Quick edit of my theme. It’s not all that great but better than the last one I suppose. I need to go to uni now to discuss with some classmates this baka paper we’re supposed to write >.>
Omg not looking forward to walking to the bus stop, same thing every morning because I dislike is how slow I can be when walking because of my bad knee and I dislike all the people passing me by. WHY ARE PEOPLE HERE ALWAYS RUNNING INSTEAD OF WALKING??
This is enough, the heartache, the painful tears I was always in pain, ever since you first came to me I know even if you don’t say it That someone like me will never live in you for a single second I know this and I know that if I love you, only I will get hurt But what do I do with these painful tears that won’t stop?
You, who I can’t have, you won’t know All day, I secretly hide my love I want to smile and comfortably look at you But because I love you, because you’re so precious I don’t dare to approach you because of my foolish heart
Do you love someone else? Can’t someone like me live in you for a single second? I know this and I know that if I love you, only I will go crazy But this good-for-nothing longing makes me look for you
You, who I can’t have, you won’t know All day, I secretly hide my love I want to smile and comfortably look at you But because I love you, because you’re so precious I don’t dare to approach you
Now I don’t even have tears, I just have a blank heart It actually hurt less when I was crying
I’m afraid that I might never see you again, that we might get separated So I can’t say anything and can only pound on my heart I love you, I loved you, these are words I never once said A foolish and good-for-nothing heart, that’s the only love I can do
Dear hentai blogs that followed me for some reason,
This is a personal blog that OCCASIONALLY posts Bleach edits. Emphasis on occasionally. Which means I don’t always post them. So you might as well unfollow right now because you’ll only be getting reblogs of things I like and posts that suit my fancy and rarely any hentai. Okay? Okay.
“People aren’t either wicked or noble. They’re like chef’s salads, with good things and bad things chopped and mixed together in a vinaigrette of confusion and conflict.”—Lemony Snicket (via likeafieldmouse)
Tumblr looks funny with the reblog, like and everything else now at the bottom. o.o And it seems some blogs have this new layout and some don’t. Why do you keep changing things though tumblr? What are you doing?
The last spring kdrama I’m checking out, simply because the rest are uninteresting. With Mandate of Heaven joining my kdrama roster, I’ve just made my April-June sageukpalooza more sageuk-filled than it already is.
Mandate of Heaven (also known less impressively as Fugitive of Joseon) is about a royal physician, Choi Won, who wants nothing to do with palace politics and is only there because he wants to find a cure for his ill daughter. He gets involved anyway once he’s framed for the murder of the Crown Prince’s personal physician. Condemned to die for a murder he didn’t commit, Choi Won breaks out of prison and attempts to clear his name while running away from the people who want to kill him (i.e., the police and the people who framed him). I’ll be the first to admit that I found Mandate of Heaven tonally jarring during its first four episodes. There’s a disconnect between the seriousness of the main plot and the sudden bursts of humor there. I suppose that the lighter moments (usually involving the bandit girl Sobaek) could have been integrated better to the plot, but the humor just seemed so out of place.
I’m happy to report that with Sobaek and co. fully integrated into the plot, the tonal shifts are less abrupt and I can now fully enjoy the show without cringing at the sudden funneh.
This minor nitpick aside, I’m impressed with this show as a whole. Sure Lee Dong-wook sometimes overacts, but he’s not as bad as Jo In-sung was in That Winter, the Wind Blows. I love Choi Won’s dynamic with the people around him, which range from pure love (his daughter Rang and his sister Woo-young, as well as the poor astrologer guy) to grudging respect (the Crown Prince and the bandits). He is the center of this show, but the other characters are no less important. I love that Mandate of Heaven acknowledges that while Choi Won is the central figure, the character itself is just a pawn in a plot to remove the Crown Prince from the throne. As a result, the world-building feels convincing and realistic, and somehow personal.
One of the best things about Mandate of Heaven is its strong female characters. All of them are brave and brilliant and flawed. I love Da-in, whose rashness in pretending to ally herself with the baddies will bite her in the ass someday. I love Woo-young, whose defiance makes her seem the boss of police chief Jung-hwan even though she’s a slave now. I even enjoy watching Queen Munjeong, who runs the show with nothing but a smile and a few platitudes. And then there’s Rang, whose illness somehow makes her stronger and more determined to live.
I have never seen a bigger group of strong women in a single kdrama, ever.
Oh, and I ship this.
The Verdict: LOVE. LOVE. LOVE. There were a few bumps early on, but these are pretty much resolved as of episode 8.
Just finished watching Iron man 3 and it was just wow. Amazing. And the best thing about it was that Trevor guy I mean omg he was just sooo funny XD Oh and the falling apart of the new suit, sheesh man. Yep, it was awesome and I enjoyed it loads.
Woke up in the worst possible way this morning and earlier than i should have considering its a day off. In pain and ugh but then I realised something and I checked online for it because something strange that never happened before happened and lol apparently there was no need to worry and I should be pleased with my great fertility.