Sadly.

Sadly.

See you.

So, my mom’s flying to UK in 5 hours.

The airport’s a couple of hours away so my parents will leave earlier. As for me, I’ll just stay at our house, lie on my bed and stare at the ceiling. Sometimes, I cry.

This is not the first time my mom’s going overseas. For six months, I’ll miss her scrumptious cooking, her never-ending nag, her loud snores, her comforting warmth, the motherly advice, our debates on religion beliefs. Just, everything.

Sure. My father’s still with me. But the two of them are the complements of each other. What the other lacks, the other has it.

I hope these 6 months will end up soon.

Limitations

Wanna know one of the most ironic things in life?

It’s when a fine line of financial incapability stops you from continuing what you were working so hard.

Hey Smart Communications

Greetings.

To whom it may concern, I would like to use this this chance to deliver this message…

FUCK YOU.

Our internet connection has been slower than before these past few days. First, you were out telling people lies of how your service is more reliable and faster than any other internet service provider and now this?

I wish you would serve your customers better and make us believe that every penny we pay or your “fast” service is worth it.

“What's up with your URL? For real.”

—Anonymous

My friends call me a bully as a joke when I make fun of them sometimes. And, I use my blog as a tool to write my opinions and thoughts that I feel uneasy to tell to other people. That’s all there is to it.

Secrets of a Bully.

Weird But Funny Dream

I had a dream this morning. In my dream, I was taking a test on the school’s stage with my teacher watching me. Then, this small girl, who was a apparently a beggar, walk towards to me then grabbed the right shoe I was still wearing. Fortunately, the teacher came to my aid and intimidated the girl to give back my shoe - which she did and ran away.

This is not your ordinary mindfucking game.
Don’t get me wrong. I’ve played mind-boggling games before. But this game is far better than them.
Meet Junpei. Your main character who wakes up inside an unknown room. Alone, Junpei finds himself wearing a strange bracelet with a number 5 flashing on it. Enough of that, where is he? He hears metal creaking… Is he on a ship? But before finishing scanning his environment, a window bursts open with water flowing inside the room. Junpei rushes to the door but only finds it locked. After searching clues around him, he eventually opens the door and ran outside.
Few seconds later, Junpei meets eight other people – all also wearing strange bracelets but with different numbers. Suddenly, Junpei and the other eight people hear a voice coming from a speaker placed on the ceiling. The voice introduces itself as “Zero”, the captain of the ship. Zero informed them that Junpei and the other eight people are chosen to participate a game. The Nonary Game. The 9 of them need to cooperate to solve each puzzle in every room until they find the door with the number 9 painted on it to escape.
And if they don’t escape in 9 hours, the ship will sink.
Stop riiiiight there. This isn’t mindfucking because of the puzzles. (The puzzles aren’t even kind of hard. LOL.) The game is complex because the story is complex. Through the course of the game, you’ll unlock theories and events from before that are somehow connected to the Nonary Game. And it doesn’t end there. The big shocker is the reason why Junpei and the others are playing the Nonary Game.
I’ll stop right here before I spoil juicy info. But I promise you, this game is one of the best games that I’ve played.

This is not your ordinary mindfucking game.

Don’t get me wrong. I’ve played mind-boggling games before. But this game is far better than them.

Meet Junpei. Your main character who wakes up inside an unknown room. Alone, Junpei finds himself wearing a strange bracelet with a number 5 flashing on it. Enough of that, where is he? He hears metal creaking… Is he on a ship? But before finishing scanning his environment, a window bursts open with water flowing inside the room. Junpei rushes to the door but only finds it locked. After searching clues around him, he eventually opens the door and ran outside.

Few seconds later, Junpei meets eight other people – all also wearing strange bracelets but with different numbers. Suddenly, Junpei and the other eight people hear a voice coming from a speaker placed on the ceiling. The voice introduces itself as “Zero”, the captain of the ship. Zero informed them that Junpei and the other eight people are chosen to participate a game. The Nonary Game. The 9 of them need to cooperate to solve each puzzle in every room until they find the door with the number 9 painted on it to escape.

And if they don’t escape in 9 hours, the ship will sink.

Stop riiiiight there. This isn’t mindfucking because of the puzzles. (The puzzles aren’t even kind of hard. LOL.) The game is complex because the story is complex. Through the course of the game, you’ll unlock theories and events from before that are somehow connected to the Nonary Game. And it doesn’t end there. The big shocker is the reason why Junpei and the others are playing the Nonary Game.

I’ll stop right here before I spoil juicy info. But I promise you, this game is one of the best games that I’ve played.

“where did you get your theme? btw you're so cute!”

—Anonymous

Thanks, Anon!
I got it from the playstore. Just search “Good Night Theme”. But make sure you’ve installed Go Launcher so you can to change your theme. :)

“I like the picture you made of people in commercials in the morning and me in the morning. Funny.”

—Anonymous

Glad you liked it, Anon.