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Kuvatud on kuupäeva august, 2010 postitused

Don't read if you've just eaten

A movie I just watched made me think about something I've always wondered about: why do people need someone to hold their hair while they're throwing up? It has never made sense. Why can't I hold my own hair? I'm perfectly capable of it, it's not like I need my hands to throw up. Or...why do hair even need to be held (by anybody) during that process? Do they really get on the way that much? Well, maybe I'm just viewing the whole thing too much based on myself, maybe people with big curly hair have a bigger problem with that. But still, why would you even want somebody with you while you're doing that ? I, personally, am very happy when I have the privilege to puke in the solitude of a bathroom, because, well, that's not always the case (read: motion sickness). Now, about the movie. "Remember me" with the famous mr Pattinson. He was bearable, his character was too dramatic though. Not having seen spoilers before the movie, the end was pretty une

Just some notes

I have now seen the first Harry Potter movie. Can't say it changed my life but I think it's a good movie in it's own genre and for it's target audience. I liked the music. And I'm not opposed to the idea of watching the second movie if it's on tv this week. There's a huge amount of ugly clothes out there in the world. They really make you think who would design such a thing, who would buy it and who would actually wear it. Well, it seems that all of those people exist. (That's totally only my opinion of course, I'm sure there's stuff in my closet that some people would say the same about.) The neighbours are still doing the remont (the word is just too good not to use it). All the noisy things they do are so annoying that the whole situation just makes me laugh. Specially in the mornings. In spite of the drilling (I think?) this morning I still slept so well today. Maybe it's because of the slightly lower temperature. There's some kind o

Urban Dictionary meme

Urban Dictionary is a very useful page as I've found out. For each question, enter your answer into urbandictionary and write down the first answer you get. 1. Your Name: Kaisa A strong person hailing from Finland who often stirs resentment in weak people because Kaisa is inherently self-determined and highly resistant to manipulation by small minds. Kaisa stands as a bright light in a difficult, dark world. Kaisa takes no crap from others and pursues her goals with quiet determination and never-wavering resilience. Um...thank you? 2. Your Age: 24 24, The Jack Bauer Power Hour. The most entertainment you can stuff into a single day. Full of twists, turns, violence, and Elisha Cuthbert. 3. One Of Your Friends: Mari one of the prettiest, smartest, cutest, evil, caring, creative, talented, true punk, psycho, rioting, magic-weilding, sick acting, cute fat cheeks, puts-a-smile-on-my-face, amazing and most beautiful girls ever. actually.. the only one of her kind. You're welc

Still no movie buff

Two movies yesterday. An Education . I liked it so much it made me want to squee and clap my hands and stomp my feet and tell the person next to me just how much I like it (which I did, several times, fortunately she was not a stranger). I think being a caffeine squirrel was a factor in causing those reactions too but still...it was screenplay by Nick Hornby and the story was so good and the actors were great and it was funny and cute and a little bit didactical maybe. And Rosamund Pike was there. If I liked women in that way, I think I'd be into her. Sarah Paulson as well. (That's your off-topic of the day.) The second movie...the infamous Emmanuelle. Strange, strange thing. And I thought Twilight was funny.


The on going film festival led me back to this song and I thought I'd count how many of those statements I actually agree to. In the end it wasn't as easy as one would think it is. I believe the sun should never set upon an argument I believe we place our happiness in other people's hands (it happens, it happens) I believe that junk food tastes so good because it's bad for you I believe your parents did the best job they knew how to do I believe that beauty magazines promote low self esteem I believe I'm loved when I'm completely by myself alone (not the only time I'm loved though) I believe in Karma what you give is what you get returned I believe you can't appreciate real love 'til you've been burned I believe the grass is no more greener on the other side I believe you don't know what you've got until you say goodbye I believe you can't control or choose your sexuality I believe that trust is more important than monogamy I bel

The topic continues

Started reading a new book today and already on page 17 there's some gold: "Kohtasin eile oma endist kooliõde pr. Kriisat. Ta kurtis, et elu olevat mõttetu, kuna pole lapsi. Kuid on siis mõtet omaette? On ajud - on mõte, pole ajusid - pole ka mõtet . Kuidas saaksid lapsed aju aset täita? Ma ei mõista neid naisi. Oleksin rõõmus, kui saaksin lapsi, sest armastan neid. Kuid ma ei usu, et mu elul siis rohkem "mõtet" oleks. See tähendaks vaid mu egoismi suuremat rahuldamist ega mitte midagi muud." Elo Tuglas. Tartu päevik 1928-1941. Page 17 is one of the those pages they put a seal on in libraries. Who knows what page 51 will bring.