Thursday, November 26, 2009

Something someone once said.

If you haven't watched it already, watch (500) Days Of Summer. It's a romantic dramedy film said in a style like no other. And to make it more honest than others, you won't know what to expect, you wont know who to actually like. You'd be rooting for that guy to punch that other guy smack in the face. You'd be happy for that guy who's finally getting things done for himself. You're be rooting for that other guy who says something that beats the ultimate compliment. And there's also something in the way that joy is portrayed in it. Its like when you visualize things around you as ultimately and unbelievably happy when that happiness is only in you and you're merely, as said, visualizing things. Or like how you'd like things to actually be as opposed to how things actually turn out. Its harsh, its cruel, but its also true.
So, for a change to anyone who says that they like to go to the movies to see something that's not real, try it. You'd be surprised. And as an afterthought, something that someone once said..

'There's enough assholes in the world, Dr. Squires. Don't be another one.'
- Luke Shapiro/The Wackness.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Hi, hello. it's getting cold.

Hello. So. I have recently updated my computer. Finally. After months and months of pain and nagging in the form of unresponsive programs and slow operation- this software cannot be opened because the swap-file space is low/an error occured while opening this software. please restart you computer/blabla. Screw you. I now have the coolest looking pc in the world and I haven't had to change anything but the ram. Just simple upgrade to 1Gb and I have gone on a spree of downloading a hundred thousand softwares, awesome ones (yeah baby!), and using them at full beautiful speed. Oh yes, thank the Lord for technology. Plus, other things owing to my joy, no thanks to my upcoming exams, include the installation of the beautiful WindowsVista theme on my XP Service Pack2 (upgrading as we speak to Service Pack3). Read my lips, WindowsVista SUCKS. But the theme on XP is so beautiful. The Windows 7 theme can't work on mine because I need Aero, and I don't have Aero, because one needs a 64bit for Aero and I have only a 332bit (cause of much sadness. sigh).

Ok so then. I spend my days watching F.R.I.E.N.D.S. on my pc (yeah, baby). When that's not working i just sit and stare at it (because its so beautiful). Other causes of much joy do not include the onset of winter since I do not have appropriate winter clothes and my recent discovery of the fact that I am allergic to the material my pajamas are made of. I get rashes on my legs that look like giant mosquito bites which take the shape of continents after scratching. I swear, one looked like Australia yesterday. Plus, the cold leaves no room for me to practice my 'Must take a shower everytime I come back home from somewhere' routine. Seriously, doesn't anyone else have that? Thank God to geysers. I have not heard a single Katy Perry song but the photo below showed up on my Zune after I installed Microsoft Silverlight and I liked it. Apparently she has a song named I Kissed A Girl and I Liked it. I'm sure.

I can finally play FIFA10 without stoppages. Oh, happy days. The above technical terms are nothing but boasting of new terms I have learnt recently, so be happy for me. Forgive the lame expressions of joy in the brackets. I don't usually do that. The photos above are for your entertainment. The first one was made my myself. Is it not beautiful? The 2nd one made me laugh for 5minutes straight and I re-watched Pulp Fiction for the umpteenth time. I watched 2012 too. Lot of fun, but yes, The Day After Tomorrow was better, not that they're groundbreaking cinema anyways. Ooh check out trailer for Nine (watch here) by Rob Marshall. Daniel Day Lewis is one lucky talented bastard. Also, I was going through old songs and I discovered a Remix of Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gee's. Its the Teddy Bears Mix (watch here). So much fun!