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raindancenaked
06 August 2012 @ 07:50 pm
I haven't kicked the bucket, I've just been extremely busy and shit. Oh and my computer broke down so it's been kinda tricky posting, but that should all change now that my new computer has arrived.

Everything has been pretty hectic around here, with the Olympics and all. I live rather close to the Olympic park but I couldn't give two shits about the Olympics. This is the most amount of action my town has seen. There are people coming from all over the world, and I just want to leave and go to Barcelona. I did bump into the South African hockey in Westfields on the day of the opening ceremony.

I took this a couple of weeks back. This is the view of the stadium at Westfields.
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I called Ash last night and she told me her father had another stroke. She seemed really calm over the phone, but I could tell she was really hard not to cry. She was at work when he had the stroke, and she went to see him for the first time this morning in the hospital. He's at The Royal London Hospital. Sometimes I wish I knew how to be more comforting, or knew what to say in situations like this. I've been told time and time again that I come off as cold, and heartless, which I think is unfair. Just because I don't cry doesn't mean I'm heartless. But it's times like this that wish I could be more emotionally supporting. Especially to Ash, because I really do love/care for her and she really has been through a lot in the past year. I just don't know how to do that. I thought of going down to the hospital, but I wasn't sure that was the best idea.

So what's everybody been up to? I've spent most of today just walking around.

 
 
raindancenaked
07 July 2012 @ 01:19 am
I could really use like an hour or so of emotionless sexytimes that are just great and hot and sweaty and stuff with a hot dude I’ll never ever ever see again.
is that too much to ask??
 
 
raindancenaked
06 July 2012 @ 10:08 pm
Discovered that my 7 week old kitten has broken his front leg. I have no idea how it could have happened. Called up the vet and have to take him in on Monday. There's no way he can wait till then, I'm going to take him first thing tomorrow morning. It's gonna cost £300, which is alot since I'm not working, but there's not much I can do. That's the soonest the can see him, till then we have make sure he doesn't put any pressure on it and keep a close eye on him. He's been asleep most of the day, but he doesn't want me to leave him. I feel so bad for him and I'm doing everything I can to make sure he's as comfortable as possible. Just really hoping that they'll be able able fix him up. Other than that he seems ok.
 
 
raindancenaked
06 July 2012 @ 09:09 pm
Today has been a disaster. Spent most of today at the Westfield shopping centre, near the Olympic park. Helping my brother shop for a prom outfit. The amount of human traffic in that place is insane, it's always bloody packed. After hours of shopping he finally got his outfit together. He's got a really cool 1930's vibe to him.

Anyway, the whole time I was there I kept getting people coming up to me, commenting on my hair and asking if it was real (no shit). Usually I don't care and I'll nod, say thank you or whatever. But there was this one guy who managed to piss me off. I don't understand why some people think I care what they think or that they have chip in. Well, this guy came up to me and my brother and told us he didn't think we should have our hair funky (seriously wtf). And whether my parents are aware Of how I dress. I don't know if he thought I was underage but even so why would you even care? If this was any other day I would have told him to go fuck himself, but I really didn't have the energy. Instead I said "Yep, thank you" and walked away.
I always get this, especially the whole "do your parents let you dress like this?" Mainly because I look 15 and I'm 21. Even when I was, my parents wouldn't give a damn. I've always had outrageous hair and dressed the way I wanted, and my family are happy with who I am. So why do other people care? Had my parents been there they would have told him to go fuck himself, or worse.

Rant over. I haven't been commenting as much as I'd like to, but I have been reading all your posts. And I'm looking forward to getting to know all the new people on my friends list.

That's it for now. Peace.
 
 
raindancenaked
04 July 2012 @ 01:05 pm
  • Tue, 12:28: Vagina is not a bad word nor is Cunt an insult.
  • Tue, 14:07: The amount of ignorance in the world is killing me.
  • Tue, 14:19: “Without observers, things have no qualities; without observers, there are no things.” — Sophie’s world
  • Tue, 14:34: Every form of addiction is bad, no matter whether the narcotic be alcohol, morphine or idealism.
  • Tue, 19:21: RT @frankieboyle: Fuck facebook. I don't give a fuck if you baked cupcakes today you cunt. Write a witty, heartless sentence about a cur ...
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raindancenaked
02 July 2012 @ 01:21 pm
  • Sun, 21:33: Is it weird that I'm eating strawberry cheesecake haagen-dazs mixed with cheesy doritos?
  • Sun, 21:36: I don't care if it's weird, it tastes fucking nom.
  • Mon, 06:43: RT @ManufactDissent: Unless you're listening to Rage Against the Machine or a group along those lines, music generally pacifies you and ...
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raindancenaked
02 July 2012 @ 11:54 am
People don't ask themselve's this question often enough.
 
Everyone is so busy. Busy with their work and home. Always running around busy with something or the other.

That we don't stop and take a moment out of our lives to just wonder.  Wonder about life and what our purpose is in life. We need to ask ourselvs who we our and where we come from. It's like as we get older we lose the faculty of wonder. Life and the world around us becomes a habit and we learn accept it and not to ask questions.

The quotes below are from the book Sophie's World by Jostein Gaarder. I've only read that one book by him and his concept of the white rabbit has stuck with me.

"How terribly sad it was that people are made in such a way that they get used to something as extraordinary as living."
— Jostein Gaarder (The Solitaire Mystery)

"As long as we are children, we have the ability to experience things around us--but then we grow used to the world. To grow up is to get drunk on sensory experience."
— Jostein Gaarder (The Solitaire Mystery)
 
 
raindancenaked
01 July 2012 @ 09:48 pm
Anyone wanna spend time with me socially? Asking for a friend.
 
 
raindancenaked
01 July 2012 @ 07:26 pm
The down side to deleting my facebook is that I can no longer stalk certain people?
 
 
raindancenaked
28 June 2012 @ 01:10 pm
  • Wed, 23:42: I don't get how the Pride Oreo can spark a boycott.
  • Wed, 23:52: My cat keeps bringing me half dead mice.
  • Thu, 00:18: I hate it when people do or say things,� that totally change my opinion of them. Then I worry that I've been harsh and misjudged them.
  • Thu, 00:25: Que Sara Sara. I fucking hate the idea.
  • Thu, 00:25: RT @cuntfetti: in a love/hate relationship with myself
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