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10 August 2010 @ 08:49 pm
First ever graphics post! Yay! I've been fiddling around with graphics for years, and yet I'm still a noob. I hope you can still enjoy my work, though! Compliments and critiques are welcome!

Everyone and their DOG has beaten these scans to death, but I hope you enjoy these graphics anyway! 

[10] Headers 
[26] Icons (Popolo shoot, NMP, Bandage)

Hey...tell me how to heal this wound without tears?Collapse )

Please comment if taking and credit if using. It'll make a certain [info]pogopartie  very happy. :D
i feel: pensivepensive
listening to: My Sharona - The Knack
At this time, KAT-TUN is the only thing "On My Mind." (See? I even used a bad pun like Junno would!)

Not that being obsessed with KAT-TUN is a bad thing. I'm really enjoying my summer of kicking back and watching Cartoon KAT-TUN and looping their songs over and over again, However, I have other interests, too!

well, I don't know what else I like.

Haha, kidding. I'm really into Harry Potter, electro music, and handicrafts. I have a slight penchant for many other things as well, but they have somehow been smothered by six gorgeous men and their intoxicating voices. 

The reason why I think I selected the wrong time to have this LJ is because I don't want people to think that I'm a boring person who only likes one thing. Plus, I don't really use this thing anyway, only because I really don't know what to write. If anyone has any ideas, let me know.
i feel: lazylazy
16 July 2010 @ 08:52 pm
Cross-posted to the blog that nobody reads...

Somehow, I came upon a website, called “I Write Like”, and it basically allows you to find out what famous author you write like by analyzing your word choice and writing style.

Meaningless tripe under the cutCollapse )
18 June 2010 @ 11:33 pm
I'm so happy that my review made it to KAT-TUN love. (I thought it would never get posted.)

You can read it here!

It's been two days, and I still can't stop listening to it. Is KAT-TUN just a teenage phase or will they last in my heart forever? We'll see.
i feel: ecstaticecstatic
listening to: KAT-TUN - RIGHT NOW
15 June 2010 @ 10:41 am
English is my thangg, man! (Even though that previous sentence completely contradicts the "Grammar Nazi" in me.)  English class is usually enjoyable for me, except for those days where we write creativity-stifling essays. My love for big words and creative writing are what make me so "adorkable," amongst other things (Hence, the new icon I made! My husband is such a cutie patootie). 

I have written things, even some embarrassingly terrible novels with no substance whatsoever. Even though i'm a critical person myself, I fear negative criticism, even though it can help me improve. I know I have to be more accepting of criticism, because the entire world is filled with people with opinions...myself included.

Maybe I'll write some stories...not because I want to become a bestselling author, but because I enjoy writing for fun, and I'd love it if people can see that. 
i feel: artisticartistic
14 June 2010 @ 01:59 pm
As you can tell, I don't use my LJ too much...I don't even browse the site anymore. 

I do use tumblr. My daily updates are more likely to appear on here.

I also have a blog that I also don't use as much anymore...I probably do only a post a month. I've had it for so long that I can't bear to part with it. Plus, it's almost like a diary to keep track of events in my life.

Anyway, now that I've made my journal a little more presentable, maybe I will get into this LJ thing. I don't really know how to get started, but I'll try my best.
14 January 2010 @ 08:11 pm
Are there any must-have traits, such as intelligence, humor, and integrity, that you look for in potential friends? Have you ever made exceptions? How did it work out?

I need friends who understand my rather obscure sense of humor. And even though silliness is key in having fun, they must also be able to hold their own in an intelligent conversation. I've actually found a lot of people with a similar sense of humor as me, and they're smart, too. They're also there for me all the time, and I'm grateful for that.

I've made exceptions, and of course, those relationships didn't work out so well. We were just too different, or they kept trying to stir the pot whenever something happened between us. I don't need drama. The friends I've been with the longest never gave me any pointless, drama tripe. 

I guess you could say I'm picky, but I think that having certain criteria elicits some pretty strong friendships in the long run. You have to find the friends that match you.
12 January 2010 @ 10:38 pm
Have you ever made an important life decision (such as where to work or attend school) based on purely emotional factors, even though you knew it was not the best choice for you? Would you do it again?

Surprisingly, I had the opposite problem. In choosing the middle school that I wanted to go to, I guess there were a lot more academic benefits than emotional benefits. I was pretty much a wreck in sixth grade because I hardly knew anyone. But luckily, things got a lot better and I met wonderful people in the process.

Will I ever base my choice of school solely on academic standards and not emotions again? Of course not, I learned my lesson. That's why I chose to go to the high school close to home. It was the right decision.
Do you think Web sites containing "adult content" should be legally required to post warnings? How would you personally define the rating scale? Do you fear this would place a chill on free/creative expression?

The internet is a big place, and I don't know if there's a way to post warnings about ALL "adult content." I mean, the sites could try to post warnings, but that isn't going to stop kids from looking at "adult content" if they want to.