That’s the longest internet-acronym I’ve ever heard.
It does mean:
Rolling on the floor laughing biting the carpet dancing in circles and jumping through the window almost dieing by smashing into HP who’s then running horrified into the street beeing killed accidentally by a yellow bulldozer.
It feels so oh-goood to find a place where I can belong. While at least, cramming to finish all tha stuff I have to read about the Philippine Constitution and all tha dangles it married since (insert date here). WTV.
I just robbed a time out from studying ‘cause I know I’ll be staying here inside the library for hours and prolly go out shortly before my 6 p.m. class. When everybody’s tryna be their own politician, (myself included. Chchch..) let’s cheer mehself up for a while.
“It’s wonderful stuff, y’know? The little things like that. Those are the things I miss the most. The little idiosyncrasies that only I know about. That’s what made her my wife.
And she had the goods on me too. She knew all my little peccadilloes. People call these things imperfections, but they’re not. That’s the good stuff. And we get to choose who we let into out weird little worlds. You’re not perfect, sport. And let me save you the suspense, this girl you met, she isn’t perfect either. The question is, whether or not you’re perfect for each other. That’s the whole deal, that’s what intimacy is all about. You can know everything in the world, but the only way you’re finding that one out is by giving it a shot.”—
“No relationship is perfect, ever. There are always some ways you have to bend, to compromise, to give something up in order to gain something greater…The love we have for each other is bigger than these small differences. And that’s the key. It’s like a big pie chart, and the love in a relationship has to be the biggest piece. Love can make up for a lot.”—Sarah Dessen (This Lullaby) (via kari-shma) (via quote-book)
“You ever look a picture of yourself, and see a stranger in the background?. It makes you wonder how many strangers have pictures of you. How many moments of other peoples life have we been in. Were we a part of someone’s life when their dream came true or were we there when their dream died. Did we keep trying to get in? As if we were somehow destined to be there or did the shot take us by surprise. Just think, you could be a big part of someone elses life, and not even know it.”—
Lucas Scott, One tree hill
.. this is probably one of my favorite OTH quotes. ever.
“It turns out, sometimes you have to do the wrong thing. Sometimes you have to make a big mistake to figure out how to make things right. Mistakes are painful, but they’re the only way to find out who you really are. I know who I am now. I know what I want.”—
“At the end of the day, there are some things you just can’t help but talk about. Some things we just don’t want to hear, and some things we say because we can’t be silent any longer. Some things are more than what you say, they’re what you do. Some things you say cause there’s no other choice. Some things you keep to yourself. And not too often, but every now and then, some things simply speak for themselves.”—Meredith Grey, Grey’s Anatomy (via kari-shma) (via quote-book)
“Let’s just be fabulously where we are and who we are. You be you and I’ll be me, today and today and today, and let’s trust the future to tomorrow. Let the stars keep track of us. Let us ride our own orbits and trust that they will meet. May our reunion be not a finding but a sweet collision of destinies.”—Love, Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli via (runawayscene) (via quote-book)
“Never imagine yourself not to be otherwise than what it might appear to others that what you were or might have been was not otherwise than what you had been would have appeared to them to be otherwise.”—The Dutchess, Alice In Wonderland
…well not really. More about how society expects us to behave. This is a post that Paulo Coelho blogged and tweeted about.
1. Anything that makes us forget our true identity and our dreams and makes us only work to produce and reproduce.
2. Making rules for a war (the Geneva Convention).
3. Spending years at university and then not being able to find a job.
4. Working from nine in the morning to five in the afternoon at something that does not give us the least pleasure, so that we can retire after 30 years.
5. Retiring only to discover that we have no more energy to enjoy life, and then dying of boredom after a few years.
6. Using Botox.
7. Trying to be financially successful instead of seeking happiness.
8. Ridiculing those who seek happiness instead of money by calling them “people with no ambition”.
9. Comparing objects like cars, houses and clothes, and defining life according to these comparisons instead of really trying to find out the true reason for being alive.
10. Not talking to strangers. Saying nasty things about our neighbors.
11. Getting married, having children and staying together even though the love has gone, claiming that it’s for the sake of the children (who do not seem to be listening to the constant arguments).
12. Criticizing everybody who tries to be different.
13. Waking up with a hysterical alarm-clock at the bedside.
14. Believing absolutely everything that is printed.
15. Wearing a piece of colored cloth wrapped around the neck for no apparent reason and known by the pompous name “necktie”.
16. Never asking direct questions, even though the other person understands what you want to know.
17. Keeping a smile on your face when you really want to cry. And feeling sorry for those who show their own feelings.
18. Thinking that art is worth a fortune, or else that it is worth absolutely nothing.
19. Always despising what was easily gained, because the “necessary sacrifice” – and therefore also the required qualities – are missing.
20. Following fashion, even though it all looks ridiculous and uncomfortable.
21. Being convinced that all the famous people have tons of money saved up.
22. Investing a lot in exterior beauty and paying little attention to interior beauty.
23. Using all possible means to show that even though you are a normal person, you are infinitely superior to other human beings.
24. In any kind of public transport, never looking straight into the eyes of the other passengers, as this may be taken for attempting to seduce them.
25. When you enter an elevator, looking straight at the door and pretending you are the only person inside, however crowded it may be.
26. Never laughing out loud in a restaurant, no matter how funny the story is.
27. In the Northern hemisphere, always wearing the clothes that match the season of the year: short sleeves in springtime (however cold it may be) and a woolen jacket in the fall (no matter how warm it is).
28. In the Southern hemisphere, decorating the Christmas tree with cotton wool, even though winter has nothing to do with the birth of Christ.
29. As you grow older, thinking you are the wisest man in the world, even though not always do you have enough life experience to know what is wrong.
30. Going to a charity event and thinking that in this way you have collaborated enough to put an end to all the social inequalities in the world.
31. Eating three times a day, even if you’re not hungry.
32. Believing that the others are always better at everything: they are better-looking, more resourceful, richer and more intelligent. Since it’s very risky to venture beyond your own limits, it’s better to do nothing.
33. Using the car as a way to feel powerful and in control of the world.
34. Using foul language in traffic.
35. Thinking that everything your child does wrong is the fault of the company he or she is keeping.
36. Marrying the first person who offers you a position in society. Above all, love can wait anyway.
37. Always saying “I tried”, even though you haven’t tried at all.
38. Putting off doing the most interesting things in life until you no longer have the strength to do them.
39. Avoiding depression with massive daily doses of television programs.
40. Believing that it is possible to be sure of everything you have won.
41. Thinking that women don’t like football and that men don’t like interior decoration.
42. Blaming the government for everything bad that happens.
43. Being convinced that being a good, decent and respectful person means that the others will find you weak, vulnerable and easy to manipulate.
44. Being convinced that aggressiveness and discourtesy in treating others are signs of a powerful personality.
45. Being afraid of fibroscopy (men) and childbirth (women).