Thursday, May 29, 2008

GUYS LOOK HOT IN SLEEVELESS SHIRTS

Gosh, i have a whole load of things to say, so many that ive forgotten most of them. Wait-em, i'll list them out.

1. Time

2. Cute Japanese Boy

3. Cute Japanese Boy and Cousin/Friend

4. We Saw Chicks Hatch

5. Jing yi and Sarah's brothers are hot

6. The Science Center is a Awesome place

7. Schools Out

8. My brother is gonna be hot next time (because he is a swimmer and swimmers will have nice bodies when they are older)

81/2. My brother cried when he read 'The Giving Tree'

9. Im so glad i have childhood friends.

10. Even gladder that i have normal boobs.

11. Guys look hot in sleeveless shirts

Well there you go. And they really do.
(I was reading Urban and the male model didnt look very nice in anything except for the sexy sleeveless. I love bare, manly arms.)



My randomer and random thoughts. They come and go really quick so i have to write them down or i'll forget.

Today is a utterly random day.
I read this book "You and You and You" and its like, one of the greatest books i've ever read.

Its about a girl who is sick of life and has sex everyday, and about a boy who is bullied and another guy who buries himself. Its amazing how such a strange story made me think more about life than "For One More Day" by Mitch Albom.

Not that Albom's a bad writer or anything, just that i think reading a book that you know is gonna be "deep and gonna make you cry cause like, everyone cried when they read it" kinda spoils the reflection about life part.

I cant explain my realization here. It'll sound stupid unless you feel it for yourself.




Ah, i'll tell you anyway.

"Everyone's weird. There are no NORMAL people."

Sure theres nothing deep about, but you wont understand. I was telling everyone that EVERYONES SPECIAL in Chinese class, but it just sounded cheesy and incredibly uncalled for. I shant explain my realization further or even i'll loose it.




I went to the Science Center and met an unbelievably adorable kid called. We were immaturely goofing around at the Froggie Recording Machine when he hopped onto the table and started to press the buttons.

He hit the top of my Cuteness Meter and we were absolutely enthralled by the little toddler. Who was blatantly ignoring us. We asked him to record "Daddy I Love You" into the mike, so he could call his dad over and then play it.

He nodded politely, because thats what he was! POLITE!!!

THEN .

CCCRROAKAKKK CRROAKKK.
He went, and laughed.

Laughing at his kiddy antics, we tried again.
" Say I LOVE DADDY!"

And again,

and again,

and again.

EveryTIME he croaked loudly into the mike instead of saying "Daddy i Love You". After a few hundred more tries, Weiqing had a revelation.

Perhaps he WASNT CHINESE!

Konichiwa!

YESSSS!!!
The kid started to speak in a string of JAPANESE!! (and i tell you, it was the most beautiful thing on earth to hear a small kid with huge, innocent eyes blabbering stuff that sounded exceedingly cool and sweet.)

DOUBLE STRIKE!!!!
Cute AND foreign! AND POLITE TO THE POINT TO STRANGENESS. (Because 5 year old and polite dont go together)

We were over the moon and felt like paedophiles because we kept taking pictures with him. Gosh, Jap kids are CRAZY SPONTANEOUS. And he was so amazingly sweet because he kept bowing to us.

WHATEVER WE SAID, he would smile and bow politely.

Whatever We Said.

Im going to marry one and have cute little Yukis next time. (Thats his name.)

We felt awfully stupid and incoherent when all we could say to him was KAWAII and SUGOI (which means SUPER) when he did stuff.

So i was yelling SUGOI and everything he said and KAWAII at everything he did. It was embarrassing.

Its like,

"Watashiwa Yuki. Yuki Chan! (Then he goes on for awhile saying stuff that sounded like gibberish, mesmerisingly and cutely)"

YUKI CHAN KAWAIII NEH!

"(he continues his tirade)"

KAWAIII!!

"*Holds up 5 fingers when asked his age*"

SUGOI!!

"*Does a powerranger pose*"

SUGOII!!! KAWAIII!!! YUKI KAWAII!

(Everything in red, is said somewhat hysterically)

I am PATHETIC.
I need to learn some Japanese, man.

THUS FAR,
MY NEW DREAM IS TO GO TO YALE, THEN TO JAPAN/AMERICA AFTER I GRADUATE TO FIND A MIX BLOODED HUSBAND (half japanese and half american) WHO KNOWS HOW TO SCUBADIVE AND CAN FEND FEND OFF SHARKS.

IF HE CAN PLAY THE GUITAR, I'LL BE ALL THE MORE AWESOME.

Ahh, dreams.

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