Okay, so I may need to expand my vocabulary beyond the word ‘random’… unsystematic, perhaps? Unmethodical? Slapdash? Anyway, here is a list I found floating around on Tumblr and I figured hey, I should answer them but not right away — I could totally have each questions head a blog post or two. And thus, the challenge of 46 Random Questions to Answer in Random Randomly(or 46 RQARR for short ) is born. I urge you, my dear readers, to participate in the fun!
01: tell me the truth, what made you start liking the person you like right now? 02: what on your body is hurting or bothering you? 03: what was your last thought before going to bed last night? 04: what are you listening to? 05: what’s something you’re not looking forward to? 06: where do you think your best friend is right now? 07: have you kissed anybody in the last five days? 08: sex on the first date? 09: kiss on the first date? 10: is there one person you want to be with right now? 11: are you seriously happy with where you are in life? 12: is there something you would like to say to someone? 13: what are three things you did today? 14: would you rather sleep at a friend’s or have them over? 15: what is your favorite kind of gum? 16: are you friends with any of your ex boyfriends/ girlfriends? 17: what is on your wrists right now? 18: ever liked someone you thought you didn’t stand a chance with? 19: does anyone have strong feelings for you? 20: are you slowly drifting away from someone? 21: have you ever wasted your time on someone? 22: can you do the alphabet in sign language? 23: how have you felt today? 24: you receive £60 without any reason, what do you spend it on? 25: what is wrong with you right now? 26: is there anyone you’re really disappointed in? 27: would you rather have starbucks or jamba juice right now? 28: why aren’t you in ‘love’ with your last ex anymore? 29: how late did you stay up last night and why? 30: when was the last time you talked to one of your best friends? 31: what were you doing an hour ago? 32: what are you looking forward to in the next month? 33: are you wearing jeans right now? 34: are you a patient person? 35: do you think you can last in a relationship for three months? 36: favorite color? 37: did you have a dream last night? 38: are you wearing jeans, shorts, sweatpants, or pajama pants? 39: if someone could be cuddling you right now, who would you want it to be? 40: do you love anyone who is not related to you? 41: if someone liked you right now, would you want them to tell you? 42: do you like meeting new people? 43: are you afraid of falling in love? 44: ever self-harmed or starved yourself? 45: has anyone ever told you that you have pretty eyes? 46: have you ever felt like you weren’t good enough?
I can see that several of these questions are quite personal, i.e. numbers 8, 21 and 44 and I do plan to answer the questions I choose as honestly as I can. However, I reserve the right to skip over certain numbers and just post a funny joke instead, like so:
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I mentioned last week that over the summer holidays, I went to the Science Museum in London. Well, the museum had a cool section dedicated to the Internet and other wireless-related technologies called the Chrome Web Lab. Clearly, it’s powered by the big men in Google. I had fun trying out all the little activities, but what stood out was when the robotic arm drew my face. You can watch the little clip below:
Apparently, what happens is that the camera takes your picture and then some computer program locates the ‘main’ lines of your face. This becomes the set of instructions that the robotic arm follows, and hey presto! your face appears in the sand.
Isn’t it awesome what we can do with technology these days? I mean, the outline of your face into the sand seems completely pointless to me, but the face recognition software is definitely cool to watch. I felt like a little kid seeing a lava lamp for the first time…
Over and out.
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Yes, it’s officially the end of summer. Let the mourning begin!
School starts in less than nine hour’s time and, once you subtract the time spent sleeping, it’s not that far away. Knowing me, I’d stick by my usual body schedule and sleep for ten hours. Yes, I know it’s physically impossible… and yes, I have timed myself over several occasions. (Ten hours is the average amount of hours I ought to sleep in order to feel happy and refreshed.)
Moving on… As school begins again (I dread to think of the workload I’m sure to have), the better half of my brain activity focuses on the summer just past. The summer of 2012 has just been absolutely, positively fantastic. The highlights have been, in chronological order:
my first job, which is epic in and of itself
a tour to see Stonehenge — yes, the Stonehenge
random museum hopping that one day in London
after five years, I finally saw my childhood best friend again, and
So apparently some little kid in East LA spent his summer vacation building an arcade from just cardboard boxes and Scotch tape. Sound interesting? You bet your bottom dollar it is! Watch the video below to find out more:
Seeing Caine impact so much people by doing what he loved — and being such a kid about it! — simply brings me to get in touch with my emotions (buried deep, deep under rubble) and just go “Awww…” :3 <— see that? That’s a cutsie face. That’s what I looked like watching this documentary.
I remember when I was a kid (well, more of a kid than I am now), I used to climb into cardboard boxes and pretend I was travelling from country to country and saying hi to various family members and friends. I can also recall, very vividly, packing a rucksack and imagining that the stairs connecting the first floor to the second floor was some sort of mountain and climbing up would mean I was scaling a dangerous forest terrain… And then I’d grab the laundry basket, plop myself inside, and slide back down the stairs.
Ahh, fun times. Fun times.
If I try sliding down the stairs now, I’d most likely get a broken bone than a thrilling experience of sledging down the Alps. To be a kid again, eh? The world was limitless. For a child, you can do anything you want without leaving the safety of your den — in Caine’s case, his father’s shop.
So good on ya, Mr Caine! You’re a genius and a mighty inspiration for those who forgot the real meaning of fun. Who needs TV when you can have a cardboard box?
This is what happens when you have too much time in your hands: you get yourself a Tumblr account, despite the fact that you already have Facebook, Twitter, WordPress, Formspring, YouTube… the list is endless (figuratively speaking, I hope).
I’ve heard of Tumblr before, but I never really got the energy to make one until recently. It took me days to figure out what Tumblr is in the first place, how to use it and what the heck does reblog mean? I finally got the hang of it, though — eventually. Now, to connect my WP to it… *strokes imaginary beard*