Thursday, April 01, 2004

.:Walang Kokontra!!!:.

Those who already took this need not bother, but for the likes of Cami and so forth, here's THE TEST. Hope you like it! :)


All my troubles seemed so far away.

Not really, but I did drop by the station that day and ran into Brad Turvey boarding with Chico and Delle. Nothing big there, really. We were just talking off the air for the most part, and I intend to get my GBA on me soon enough, so I can challenge him in SFA 3…

After my dental appointment, I went off to Sacha’s house, and Eric was the only other guest there, until Ranulf showed up much later on. It was pretty interesting, truth be told. We were trying to unlock all the characters for Tekken 4, and during our versus matches, Sacha was continually playing up on the emotional blackmail when I was juggling her with my combos. Cathy, her elder sister, was doing more of the same, which essentially spelled out to me that it sure runs in the family. Amusingly enough, I was dropping my life bar to 75% of theirs so it’d be a fair fight, but I still won for the most part. They especially had a hard time dealing with King, whose chain throws were simply brutal.

Left the house soon enough, as Sach had a play she wanted to attend. Eric and I took a bus on the way back, and we had an interesting chat about a wide range of topics, such as Anito, which he was apparently responsible in part for, although certain sticky details muddle up that fact. These are details I’d rather not delve into.

.:The Chief Has Spoken:.

As she is my girlfriend, Grace has the right to ask me to quit updating the CP list… at least in public. Good timing, because I don’t think I’d be updating it in public any longer, considering how if I were to teach, I sure as Hades wouldn’t want my students stumbling upon a list that may contain names of people they know…

This was a rough number, but I guess I have to go through with it. It’s just right, and I don’t want to come off any more of an @$$hole than I suppose I already do for the most part, anyway.


by Alanis Morissette

Like anyone would be
I am flattered by your fascination with me
Like any hot blooded woman
I have simply wanted an object to crave
But you, you're not allowed
You're uninvited
An unfortunate slight

Must be strangely exciting
To watch the stoic squirm
Must be somewhat heartening
To watch shepard meet shepard
But you, you're not allowed
You're uninvited
An unfortunate slight

Like any uncharted territory
I must seem greatly intriguing
You speak of my love like
You have experienced love like mine before
But this is not allowed
You're uninvited
An unfortunate slight

I don't think you unworthy
I need a moment to deliberate

I was never too close to my block. I guess that explains why I’m virtually persona non grata for almost all of their gatherings. Not that some of my other blockmates are likewise invited, though, so I guess that’s no cause for alarm with me. Still, I don’t know if I should feel that it’s been such a waste that I didn’t establish enough of a connection with them, but I guess that can’t be helped.

With that being said, I guess I really couldn’t do much else about it. The block will always be the block, and my meager existence will not really make it any better, or elevate it one bit. I’m uninvited not because I’m not wanted, but because I chose a different path. I guess that’s the way it goes.

.:April Fool’s Day:.

I usually play a certain April Fool’s joke on a single, different person, each year. However, I guess I’d have to pass on that today, as I feel that I, more than anyone else, am the biggest April Fool at the moment. So never mind. I’m burnt out already, and I can only pray that my forced hiatus from blogging because of Holy Week will fire me up again. My tank is beginning to run on empty already.

As for the rest of you… what April Fool’s gag have you played today? I’d want to hear about it. :)

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