Hey sparkly powder puffs!
Today, we’ll be talking bad about other people.
Hahaha. Kidding. ;D
Recently, being the inquisitive person I am (LOL), a few things have been bugging me. And they’re fairly recent things that people have done, not the top 5, because I feel that I’ll be unable to rank the top few weirdest things. But being weird is great. It’s like being Limited Edition. Hi.
Anywayyyyyy don’t be offended if you do the stuff mentioned below. Because I do too. Because I’m human. And here is a little quote:
To err is human; to forgive, divine.
LOL. That is not even entirely related to the post but whatever.
Speaking of quotes, check out the right section’s top box ——>
If you haven’t already noticed, I have put up a new section, which I decided I will change each time I update my post. Which is supposedly a Saturday but uh-huh, we should expect the unexpected and not make empty promises.
And the quotes have no over-arching theme at all. And they can range from utterly pointless to beyond sophisticated.
Reminds me of all those “daily/weekly quotes” people try to put on notice boards hahaha. And fail miserably.
I find the need to disclaim again I DID (or am still doing) ALL THE THINGS I MENTION BELOW AT SOME POINT OF MY LIFE (now).
I am an enigma… wrapped up in bacon. LOL.
#1 Eye Rolling
Why do people roll their eyes? WHY?
I googled that (lol btw google is my second best friend) and here came the search results from ask.com:
“They may feel exasperated with a situation or are otherwise unable to express their true feelings verbally.”
Uh huh and it just gives off the “I’m too good for you” or “You’re not worth my time” vibes BUT…
how did the action even come about? Like according to another website they said it started from 15th century (I’m learning new things every day).
WHAT DID THE FIRST EYE-ROLLER THINK WHEN HE/SHE DID IT?
Like “oh my god you’re so disgusting Im going to rotate my eyeball like from one end of my eye to the other because you’re a waste of my time shut up”?
(*Mental note to self: Revise Biology’s Eye Topic ASAP)
It’s a pretty awkward action to do actually and I just tried to roll my eyes and I think it’s the norm to blink REALLY HARD before hand and then you move your pupil from the left then the right?
So the whole process goes like:
1. Im going to close my eyes in front of you because you disgust me.
2. Im going to open my eyes again and stare at you.
3. You look too disgusting, hence I’m going to look at something else at the other side of the room.
4. Along the way I look at every single object that’s along the path.
Then you fast-forward this process by 178628732191238279 times – there you have it, the eye-rolling system!
This is yet another mystery wrapped in bacon.
#2 Third Person’s POV
I think we all know someone who refers to himself/herself in a third person’s POV all the time.
I personally feel that it’s a form of superiority.
The commonly known cases are as follows.
A) Mummy’s going to feed you your milk baby, say aaahhhhhhhhh.
Analysis: Mum > Baby/Kid in terms of everything, from height to age to hair length to teeth development to weight to nose size blablabla and most importantly, status. (<- although this can be quite confusing in society nowadays)
B) Ms Tan (<- most common surname in SG????) is going to give you back your books.
Analysis: Ms Tan > Students. ‘Nuff said.
C) Hazel is going to move on to #3.
I just feel that a 3rd person’s POV is entirely awkward sometimes and it’s pretty weird to be saying it, don’t cha think? ;)
This is really a mind boggler.
#3 Take Photos and Cover It Up
Just take a trip down Facebook and you’ll see some photos with people sticking cute little stickers over their faces, covering it up. It’s less common these days but I still see some around!
I mean if you’re privately gonna send them to other people then okay……..
but why do you post a photo on a public platform and THEN cover your face up?????? WHY??????
WE WANNA SEE A FACEEEEEEEE!
Okay kidding that just made me sound super creepy but yes.
Sometimes you see people using “stickers” covering other stuff and thats equally bad but I will not go into details lol. I feel like Im not ready to talk about such stuff on my blog.
ANYWAY heres an example in case you completely do not understand what Im talking about:
Like “HEY I WANNA POST A PHOTO OF ME UP BUT IM TOO UGLY SO HERE’S AN APPLE ON MY FACE!!!!!!”
(this is my second time posting a camwhore shot on a public platform. the first is of me wearing a wig from musical. I don’t know why I said that.)
I mean whats the point right -____-
SRZLY WHATS THE POINT OF COVERING YOUR FACE?
If you want to do it, at least add a face back.
Then it’ll be great.
(lol this was a photo from my birthday weeks back)
This phenomenon is a conundrum.
In case you can’t notice Im trying very hard to paraphrase the word mystery for my LA exam. HAhAHAHAhasghaha.sds
Anyway moving onnnn!
#4 Why People Throw The Word “Love” Around So Carelessly
LOL Im guilty of this so many times because it feels like a moral obligation to say “love you too” back whenever someone says “love you”.
According to dictionary.com, love is:
1. a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person.
2. a feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection, as a parent, child, or friend.
Ah there we have it.
There are more meanings below it… and feel free to check them out. Seek parental guidance though LOL.
I don’t always say “I love you” to people because it just feels so… creepy. I try to type it such that it’s like “love you” or “luv u” or “ily” or “go away” or “shut up” you see.
Because adding the “i” in front just makes it sound so… final.
… And mummy told me not to lie.
LOLOLOL no Im kidding, and there are so many more times I say “ILY” and truly mean it than when I don’t. You can probably feel the love radiating from me/my text/me/my text/me if its true love. HAHAHAHAHA.
But when people say they love me and I know they don’t and I know I don’t, it just gets awkward. Okay maybe only on my part but its just half creepy when people are like “HELP ME hsdakdjnkweh2iuqhe428193u2wodmwnu PLEASE OKAY I LOVE YOU”.
I be like, I don’t even know whats your favourite fruit.
(okay fine I don’t know a lot of people’s favourite fruits but WHATEVER HAHAHA)
But if you think about it it sounds even worse when the same person says “HELP ME hsdakdjnkweh2iuqhe428193u2wodmwnu PLEASE OKAY I LIKE YOU”
Then I still be like, okay you’re honest but you don’t like me strong enough so bye.
You get the whole situation? DO YOU?
Im not sure if it’s only just me over-reading things (I guess I am) but whenever people throw the word “love” around so carelessly I just get creeped out. To the maximum. LOL.
Lots of love for you baby.
Anyway moving onnnn!
#5 People Who Don’t “Screw Up”
Is this something mean to talk about?
Okay heck it.
We all know people (and you could very well be that one person) who be like “OMGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!!!1111 IM SO GONNA FAIL I MADE 2 CARELESS MISTAKES MY LIFE IS OVER” and the next moment you’re clapping for him/her in class because he/she got highest in class.
We all have that moment where we think we screw up really badly but we don’t hahahha.
Like “shit i ate a box of pizza, a 20-litre bottle (or like lorry/truck/van) of coke and 500 nuggets Im going to be 100000 kg tomorrow” and then you be like 1.5kg the next morning.
That’s an example.
One possible explanation is that you’re most probably a garbage bin. Like a real garbage bin. I’m serious. The one that looks like this:
Empty pizza box, empty coke bottle, 500 nuggets… sounds legit.
ANYWAYYY thats not what I meant.
We all know (that) 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10/11 person/people who consistently think(s) he/she/they screw(s) up.
That was really troublesome to type (and read I infer) so I’m just going make them singular rather than singular/plural.
The “OMG I SCREWED UP SO BAD” person.
And the only possibly reason why they’re even “screwed up” per se might be because they think they screw up when they don’t. You get me?????? LIKE DUDE IF YOU KEEP THINKING YOU SCREW UP WHEN YOU DONT THERE’S OBVIOUSLY SOMETHING WRONG WITH YOU.
a) You’re just a mean liar who’s trying very hard to be humble.
b) Your definition of “screwed up” is very different from an average person’s.
c) You’re schizophrenic. And you need help. But I’m willing to help you. Call 9*******9 now. :’)
KIDDINGGGG but if by your books, 9/10 = screwed up or 99/100 = screwed up, you = screwed up.
Okay Im kidding that was a really mean thing to say but considering Im KINDA KINDA KINDA not directing this at anyone per se makes it better. HAHAHA I try to comfort myself sometimes.
By the way, is screwed up vulgar? I hope it’s not. I used it a lot.
That was a really long segment.
If you read through it, KUDOS TO YOU because you just read 1523 words. LOL.
Anyway this week we started to get back BT2 results and BT2 might honestly be a horror movie for me and it’s good in a sense I do not need to go to the cinemas to catch The Conjuring for that.
Im not being the person I just mentioned at #5 honestly and arghhhhhhhhh I really gotta pull my sh*t together :’(
Happy news of the week:
I got myself a new cam!!
Samsung NX 2000 as you can see, in pink.
(Stop saying pink is a bimbo colour its not. Right? Yup it’s not.)
I bought it with my own savings at a deal (thanks to marytanhuanyu for letting me know about the Courts deal) and I got myself a free tripod lol and some other goodies.
Now I can take creepy videos/photos of myself at home.
LOL KIDDING but yes after I saw it in the U-Zhou-Kan mag it was like love at first sight. Genuine, true love like a red red rose.
It boasts really cool features like the following:
The Samsung NX2000 features a 20.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, and Samsung NX lens mount, with a number of lenses available, including the 20-50mm kit lens provided with the camera. The rear features a large high resolution 3.7inch touch screen. Full HD video is recorded with stereo sound, and the camera can shoot up to 8fps at full resolution. The camera has a command dial on the top to allow quick changes to settings, as well as a unique i-function button on the lens that lets you use the front lens ring to change common settings. Wi-Fi features are shared with Samsung’s compact Wi-Fi cameras, and includes mobile link, remote viewfinder, social sharing (Facebook, YouTube etc), email, skydrive, auto backup, and TV link.
Basically it’s cool. Im quite sure you won’t be interested in the shutter speed yadayadayada.
I love it :)
Thank you for reading this post!
I like you guys.
I MAY GO ON A TEMPORARY HIATUS BUT MY HEART WILL GO ONNNNNN~~~~~~
HAHAHA see you all soon!