Saturday, 30 April 2011


Hello peeps! Its has been awhile I didn't update my blog since I was stuggling with my final exam couple of weeks. So yeah hopefully I can pass all the subjects. Well afterthis Im gonna working at Rabbit house's restaurant and I dont really care about the salary but what do I care is to get experience and learn how to handle a big restaurant. From that, I cant have enough time to write about whats happening around me and I kinda miss my blog :/. For sure my bloggers or followers kinda miss my poem and romantic advices aye? HAHAHA so I'll try to fix my time and write something news for you bloggers :D Ahh btw why did I put E.T as my title? Cause I love that song even its quite weird about the meaning. Imma weirdo but I still love it xD

Yeah! Its me. Mystical and weirdo Girl :D

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

10 Weirdest Phobias

Number 10


Fear of fear or fear of developing a phobia

How common is it? Don’t worry about it and you’ll be controlling the count…

Somehow, FDR’s first inaugural address wouldn’t have sounded as snappy if he assured us we have nothing to fear but phobophobia. The fear of fear, or the fear of developing a phobia, lands as our No. 10 phobia and one that strikes as either really avoidable or really tough to cure. It's not an "official" phobia, so when the notion first occurs, you’re best off being too lazy to spend the time and effort establishing it. That’s because once you’re in, you’re in.

Number 9


Fear of clouds

How common is it? Not very, but a strong concern among those on solar-powered life support…

At No. 9, we have what could alternately be an interruption to natural Vitamin D intake. OK, the dark and/or funnel variety can be cause for concern, but what’s wrong with the placidly floating puffy guys? Puzzling. Generally speaking, if you identify with this and you live in England, you’re jolly-well screwed. A bout of nephophobia could be all the more reason to relocate to the Caribbean. So, do you think an HMO would buy that excuse? We’re just saying…

Number 8


Fear of long words

How common is it? Well, the White House is concerned, though we’re not sure whether that reflects a national crisis or a personal interest…

Consider the typical CEO’s penchant for $20-words to explain why he got a performance bonus for driving his company further down the tubes. Think back to lecturing college professors trying to justify their tenure with syllables gone wild. Or just turn on your local public access TV channel and watch wacko activists’ rants about government conspiracies involving sunflowers. Given all that, we can easily see why you’d want to steer clear of long words, but we didn’t always know our No. 8 existed as a phobia. Now that we do, we’re intrigued by its multidimensionality.

Number 7


Fear of ugliness

How common is it? Our informal research suggests it’s especially isolated around bars, sororities and the state of California…

We suppose the PC alternative to “ugly” would be something like “minimally screwable.” Screw that. Nobody seems to bother with putting an attractive face on ugly, and though it ain’t pretty, ugly is everywhere. A weird enough phobia to double-bag its way to No. 7, but it’s everywhere. It’s been lucrative in cinema (Coyote Ugly) and television (Ugly Betty). It’s been the cornerstone of “yo' momma” jokes and high school cheers for decades. It’s more or less unavoidable with puberty. So while it may be a foregone conclusion of life, plastic surgeons will always be thankful for cacophobia.

Number 6


Fear of string

How common is it? Basically non-existent -- among cats, anyway…

Really, what could string ever do to someone to elicit such fear? Rope, that we can begin to understand. Rope can be used to tie somebody up. Rope can be used for hanging. Rope can get you dirty if you’re playing tug of war or cause a superficial burn on the skin. Come to think of it, rope doesn’t make for a very good phobia either. So what’s string? That’s mini rope. That’s rope lite. That’s diet rope. That’s rope’s bitch. And for that, our No. 6 phobia has people worried? Unless they know something about string that we don’t…

Number 5


Fear of knowledge

How common is it? We’re afraid we don’t know -- or is it that we’re happy we don’t know?

People suffering from our No. 5 phobia won’t want to investigate this or any of our top phobias very much. Learning can only make things worse. For these folks, ignorance really is bliss. We’re just a little perturbed we weren’t aware of our No. 5 phobia in high school, when it could’ve come in handy as an excuse to cut class.

Number 4


Fear of clothing

How common is it? Ever been to a European beach?

As titillating as our No. 4 phobia may sound, it’s one that doesn’t appear to single out young, athletic women. Having traveled abroad, we’re sad to report our No. 4 phobia seems more likely to afflict the dumpy, potato-shaped, middle-aged men of Europe. Unless that happens to be your fetish, this goes down as a phobia with wasted potential.

Number 3


Fear that somewhere, somehow, a duck is watching you

How common is it? I don't know.. you tell me.


This is just awesome :)))
Beware of ducks. They might quack.

Number 2


Fear of the Pope

How common is it? Exceptionally prevalent in Guam -- don’t ask us why…

We’ll resist taking a hackneyed potshot at Sinead O’Connor and celebrate our runner-up weird phobia at face value. Come on, fear of the Pope? Why does the papal reign scare the bejesus out of people? Could it be the Popemobile? That whole Latin Mass controversy? The hat? It’s the hat, isn’t it? OK, the pistachio hat is a little off-putting, we’ll grant you that. But what would you have him wear? A derby? A beret? A ski mask? A Stetson? You know, seeing His Holiness in a 10-gallon fedora would be creepy for obvious reasons and it wouldn’t accomplish anything except mass conversion to Protestant faiths.

Number 1


Fear of everything

How common is it? Tough to tell. Panophobes fear the question, fear answering the question, fear being chased by strangers for an answer -- it’s a no-win situation…

And you think you have bad days? When you have panophobia, there’s absolutely nothing you can do, by definition, that won’t make you want to perpetually fill your drawers. This would even include a fear of managing the phobia. Or the thought of the fear of managing the phobia. Or the thought of the thought of the fear of managing the phobia... and so on.

Sunday, 3 April 2011

Partially true

Your view on yourself:
You are down-to-earth and people like you because you are so straightforward. You are an efficient problem solver because you will listen to both sides of an argument before making a decision that usually appeals to both parties.

The type of girlfriend/boyfriend you are looking for:
You like serious, smart and determined people. You don't judge a book by its cover, so good-looking people aren't necessarily your style. This makes you an attractive person in many people's eyes.

Your readiness to commit to a relationship:
You prefer to get to know a person very well before deciding whether you will commit to the relationship.

The seriousness of your love:
You like to flirt and behave seductively. The opposite sex finds this very attractive, and that's why you'll always have admirers hanging off your arms. But how serious are you about choosing someone to be in a relationship with?

Your views on education
Education is less important than the real world out there, away from the classroom. Deep inside you want to start working, earning money and living on your own.

The right job for you:
You have many goals and want to achieve as much as you can. The jobs you enjoy are those that let you burn off your considerable excess energy.

How do you view success:
You are afraid of failure and scared to have a go at the career you would like to have in case you don't succeed. Don't give up when you haven't yet even started! Be courageous.

What are you most afraid of:
You are concerned about your image and the way others see you. This means that you try very hard to be accepted by other people. It's time for you to believe in who you are, not what you wear.

Who is your true self:
You are full of energy and confidence. You are unpredictable, with moods changing as quickly as an ocean. You might occasionally be calm and still, but never for long

You desire a love that will last forever. You are quite serious about finding this type of love, and that's why you think carefully about the men that you meet before deciding whether you could really love them. You don't just develop a crush on someone overnight: you look at a person's personality and other aspects of their life before deciding to form an attachment. If a guy doesn't meet your expectations, you would rather be alone. Your love has to be perfect. Be careful though, you could be missing out on some worthy relationships because your standards are so high.

Would you rather be a want or the need?

One day you're gonna want that girl.The girl that wasn't perfect but tried to be perfect for you.The girl that believed the scraps of you she was given were worth it because something was better than nothing.
That girl who wanted nothing more than to be there for you and love you the way she knows she only could.
The girl who sees your flaws but values them as much as your strengths.That girl who can't bring herself to hate you, even though sometimes you probably deserve it.
That girl who saw past your pretty face and treasured parts of you that no one else had ever appreciated.
The girl who realizes she may never have your heart but will carry the image of you in hers forever.
The girl that sees this and still loves you.

For every girl that was/is/will be at one point that girl ;)

Friday, 1 April 2011

Single ladies :)

To all the single ladies out there! Here's the reason why we're still single! hahaha!

RELATIONSHIPS ARE always a difficult terrain to navigate.
As a woman, you spend hours pondering—alone or with your girl friends—the intricacies of the human heart. You always hope and pray that the next generation will get it better than you did.

I pray that this will make every girl believe that hope does spring eternal,and even if your heart has been broken a few times, you can always put the pieces back together, and make it right the next time around.
Take your time. Don't rush and don't just "settle." If it's part of His plan, God's best awaits you out there.

Dear You,
I will admit that sometimes I really do wonder if you exist.

There is a part of every little girl's heart that envisions her prince charming. At age three, it is usually of a man who can save her from the wrath of an evil stepmother, wake her from eternal slumber or give her that true love's kiss.

In elementary school, he becomes the boy with the least cooties, the one who's willing to cross the playground to share his Oreos even if it makes him a target for the week of all the other boys.

Come high school, it's that boy you stand with at prom, who your father stared down at the door, who provided you with an experience complete with photos you will cringe ata decade later, a corsage that yellows in the refrigerator, and a faded memory of a night that seemed almost too magical to be real.

Nineteen years into this life, however, and still unwilling to give my heart away, I am still that same little girl who hopes for her prince charming. And although I wonder why it has taken you this long to sweep me off my feet and whisk me off to your palace on horseback, I know that it is probably because meeting you will be better than any fairytale I could've read as a kid.
A couple of heartbreaks and a few years wiser though, I will admit that there are times when I question your existence. Because I have yet to meet the guy who makes me hear songs like "All My Life" or "A Whole New World" in my head when I see him does not mean I don't hope that it'll ever happen.

I may already know you or may still meet you someday—something I leave completely up to God because I'm pretty sure our story will be epic.

However,I can't promise you that I'd make the world's most perfect princess. In fact I'll probably keep you on your toes and amuse you with my eccentricities—there are a lot of them. I'll probably steal a bunch of your T-shirts and turn them into shirt dresses, or drive you slightly mad with my obsessive compulsivity and my need to fix your collar constantly.

I can promise to be your best friend however—that person you can rant to after a rough day, the hand you can hold when you get sad, or the person you can text when situations get awkward.

I'll probably mess up your hair sometimes and hug you for too long, but that'll only be because I absolutely adore you. I'll bury my head in your shoulder during scary movies and make you feel like superman when you kill those flying cockroaches that really shouldn't exist. I'll cook your favorite food on your birthday and try my best to make friends with your mom.

I'll respect your nights-out with the boys and make you seem like the perfect guy to my barkada. I'll watch basketball or soccer games with you, and not complain when you cheer too loudly at the TV set.

I'll know the difference between giving you space and being constantly there for you—even if it means sitting and playing video games with you or taking hot chocolate runs when it rains.

I'll listen to your music and we'll go on epic adventures together—seeing the world, taking awesome pictures, eating awesome food, and never running out of things to tell each other along the way.

I won't be waiting for you to sweep me off my feet and take me on a magic carpet ride, because I know I won't need anything like that to fall for you—I will love you for you.

You will be that someone to make goofy faces with in pictures, to lace fingers with when I'm lonely, and to take long walks under the stars with on the beach.

You'll be the guy who takes me the way I am—and will laugh as I burst into Disney song or pick out pink wallpaper.

You'll be that someone I envision a future with—us filling out visa forms as we travel the universe, picking out our first dog together and arguing about what to name it, or being snap-happy stage parents in our pre schooler's annual mini-plays. And I keep hoping that maybe someday when we find each other, you will become that someone whose smile I wake up to in the morning and the last one I speak to every night.

So to the man I know does exist, and who will help me maybe make sense of the world someday, this man I can't wait to love. Please know that I can't wait to spend the rest of my life with you. But for now, I wait. Fingers crossed and palms held together, I hope that you're out there somewhere, waiting for me, too.

With the hope I will be yours for always,


Romeo and Juliet

From Letters to Juliet:

"What and If are two words as non-threatening as words can be. But put them together side-by-side and they have the power to haunt you for the rest of your life: What if? What if? What if? I don't know how your story ended but if what you felt then was true love, then it's never too late. If it was true then, why wouldn't it be true now? You need only the courage to follow your heart. I don't know what a love like Juliet's feels like - love to leave loved ones for, love to cross oceans for but I'd like to believe if I ever were to feel it, that I will have the courage to seize it."
Damn! I love william shakespeare!