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take my hand under the moonlight as i rant about every passing day, & taking shade under the green scenery of a better everyday.

zann .

Saturday, November 13, 2010 @2:13 AM

You will always have your friends who would fall out on you.
The one that distant away slowly and drifted apart without you being ready for it.
The one that decides to be closer to another circle of friends.
The one that stopped inviting you to parties.
Somehow you wont be able to accept the fact.
And probably you will start bitching about it.

It took me a while to understand where they are coming from.
I am one of those who fell out of my close ones.
Its just not the same anymore.
No, they're the same. I'm not.
I changed and I dont wanna be at the same spot all the time.
I cant keep pretending to be able to fit in.
I dont wanna shine a smile and not mean it.

I decided to stick to those who i can be myself with.
And they are the ones I can call FRIENDS.

Thursday, September 16, 2010 @3:16 AM

how do you exactly prepare for the unthinkable or the most unexpected thing?
Have you thought what would it be like after?
what are we supposed to do?
Things definately wont be the same anymore even how hard you try.
whatever the unthinkable, the real question is

are you prepared for judgement day?

Wednesday, August 18, 2010 @1:23 AM

why would you wanna go about cheating your bf/gf with your ex?
arent you guys already broken up? ended the love story? hated each other? or found another?
Are your gf/bf just a rebound? even if it is, a rebound supposed to last lesser than a year. You dont date each other for 3 years or more and then decides to sleep with your ex again after all the commitments and promises. It makes you look even more stupid than you already are. what happens to the main reason of why you guys broke up in the very begining? you might even curse your ex or tell the other how much you hate your ex and then Bam Bam Boom, you guys are seeing each other again. Whats that all about? or maybe you get into a relationship just to make them see how happy you are while you keep yourself updated on their life and when theirs go bad, you play the Hero that saves them from tumbling down. Memories comes running back, and tadah! you guys are back again. so what happens to your current one who were there saving you when things went wrong in the first place? I mean, you just have to make up your mind to wait for the one without commiting or commit then simply forget about the one totally.

Sunday, August 08, 2010 @1:53 AM

What if GOD were one of us?

Just a stranger on a bus.

Thursday, July 29, 2010 @3:00 AM


how long are you supposed to be angry with someone?
Is there a time limit for it?
what if you decides to approach them first to apologise even though you know you did nothin wrong and the whole thing was due to their huge EGO. And then the worst thing happened,
they ignored that apology but instead gave you an attitude?
Wont that pissed you off further? Then you wonder when it will ever end cos you've decided not to even talk to the person anymore till they lower down their EGO and make you feel good which is kinda imposible.

There's also that case of the ex. That particular one who broke your heart and walks away just like that without feeling any guilt. Or that one who broke up with you through the phone/sms without havin the brains to even meet you and do it the proper way. Then you find out they're dating another one who's not even just like you in a teeny weeny bit. Will you stay pissed at them till the end of your life or will you just get over it? will you try to get back at them or just leave it as it is? will you forgive them when they eventually apologise and tell you that they are gonna get married soon or will you curse them out?

But then again when things around you starts to be right or you found that special one, your thinking are straight and your heart softenes. The question comes yet again, will you still be angry at that very same old thing or just let it go?

One thing for sure, you cant have ANGER get the best out of you for it will bring you down further than you already are.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010 @1:43 AM

How in the world can you hate that particular person without even knowing them?
Isn't that judging them unfairly. They didnt even do anything to offend anyone.
You didnt even spend a single minute to make the effort of knowing them but yet you concluded so many things in your own little head to make them look bad. And when you cant make other people see that same hatred you have, you cross them out as well.
I wonder how are your friends like. Did you make them sit for a test that they have to score to be in your life? Are you a perfect person?
At the end of the day, you are left feeling miserable looking at how messed up your life is.
And most probably, the one you wrongly judged are the ones thats gonna amused you with beautiful things you wont expect. Thats when you look stupid.

Friday, July 16, 2010 @1:13 AM


Go to bed at the same time every night and get up at the same time every morning. Set and maintain a sleep schedule. Try to stick to it even on weekends and when life gets crazy. Failure to do so can lead to insomnia. “Sleeping in” on the weekends will make it harder to wake up on Monday morning because it resets your sleep cycle.

Avoid drinking alcohol close to bedtime. While it may initially sedate you, alcohol keeps your brain in light sleep – you have trouble getting to the deep sleep and REM sleep phases and your sleep is less efficient. Arousals due to alcohol can cause sweating, headaches and intense dreaming.

In the late afternoon and evening, avoid caffeinated drinks because they act as stimulants. Caffeine sources include some soft drinks, coffee, chocolate, non-herbal teas, some pain relievers and diet drugs. Caffeine can stay in your system up to 14 hours. It increases the number of nighttime awakenings and decreases total sleep time.

Avoid nicotine in the evening. This includes both smoking and smoking withdrawal systems such as nicotine patches. Nicotine is a stimulant, like caffeine, so it pumps your heart up. Smokers often have trouble sleeping because the length of a good night’s sleep is more than their bodies want to go without a cigarette. They wake up early due to nicotine withdrawal.

Wake up with the sun, or use very bright lights in the morning. Sunlight helps the body’s internal biological clock reset itself each day. Sleep experts recommend exposure to an hour of morning sunlight for people having problems falling asleep. This is also a great treatment for jet lag.

Keep the bedroom quiet and dark and at a comfortable temperature. Extreme temperatures may disrupt sleep or prevent you from falling asleep. Make sure you have a good mattress and pillow.

Try to exercise 20 to 30 minutes a day but not right before bedtime. For maximum benefit, exercise at least three hours before going to bed, especially if you are the type of person who becomes more alert with exercise.

Develop a relaxing routine before bed. This may include a warm bath, light stretching, listening to soothing music, reading or other relaxing activities.

Don’t go to bed feeling hungry, but don’t eat a big, heavy meal right before bedtime. For a light snack before bedtime, carbohydrates or dairy products (e.g. non-chocolate cookies or crackers and milk) are best

Don’t lie in bed awake. If you can’t fall asleep within 30 minutes, go to another room and do something restful until you feel tired. Don’t read in bed. If you want to read, get out of bed and sit in a chair.

Don’t have a visible bedroom clock because “clock watching” will only help intensify the misery of insomnia. You can always turn the face of the clock away from you or put it in a drawer.

Reserve your bed for sleeping and sex. Keep the television, laptop, cell phone, food, etc. out of the bedroom.

Don’t make bedtime the time to solve your problems. Make a to do list for the next day then try to clear your mind.

Think about your napping policy. Naps can be great in helping some people improve performance. But for others, napping is an invitation to night-time insomnia. Figure out which category you are in. Don’t nap during the day if you have trouble sleeping at night. If you must, take a brief nap 10 to 15 minutes about eight hours after waking.

Try not to drink fluids at least two hours before bedtime as a full bladder can interfere with sleep.

If you need to get up during the night, do not expose yourself to bright light. Intense light can reset your internal clock and make it harder to get back to sleep. See circadian rhythm section.

Avoid sleeping with your pet because their movements or your allergies can decrease the quality of your sleep.

Know the side effects of your medications. Certain medications can either compound sleepiness or make falling asleep more difficult. Let your doctor know if you have sleep problems so they can do their best not to prescribe medications that worsen your sleep difficulties.

If sleep problems persist, see your doctor. If you have trouble falling asleep night after night or if you always wake up feeling unrefreshed, you may have a sleep disorder that needs treatment.

Wednesday, July 07, 2010 @1:58 AM

4 year old girl, Alisa Maier missing July 5th 8pm.
she was kidnapped while playing with her brother in the front yard.
A car pulled up and a man grabbed her in before driving off.

she isnt the only girl. There are still dozens out there who hasnt even been found even after
so many years. Not even a body. But parents to those children aint giving up the hope to search till this very day.

@1:17 AM


Tuesday, July 06, 2010 @2:07 AM

im feeling extremely frustrated. It's coming to a point that i wanna sit and just cry.
No, wait. I dont think i wanna do that. I wanna like put a freaking shotgun in those arseholes
mouth that ruin everything for me and of course, pull the trigger.
yes, that is more like it.
A few things are up bothering me in my head. It's all the basic stuffs that drives everybody mad once in a while.
Im limiting my trust to certain friends now after some huge disappontment and a shot through the head. I do still gonna talk to them but not as much anymore. i cannot be bothered. they're not makin my life any easier and certainly dont deserve my attention. so fuck you.

I am still praying hard that my HDB flat will be approve. I need to have my own house and people to mind their own freaking life. even though its gonna take a few more years if its approved, i'll be happy enough. i can so wait for it. so yea, fuck you too.



@1:42 AM

225 posts and i have deleted each and every single one of them.
some were awesome memories but mostly werent.
Its a new start.
I have a new life now.