Friday, January 30, 2009


I feel like a pair of distressed jeans. Torn and tattered, pre-washed/used. The abuse makes you tougher, prepared for what's ahead cuz you've already endured the path to get to where you are now. Throw me in the wash and wring out the excess tears. Douse some bleach on these frayed jeans while you're at it, and wash clean these memories...

Monday, January 19, 2009

"stupid bitch, are you kidding me?" ---anonymous male asshole

*Warning!! Warning!!! Bitch on the loose*

BITCH, are you kidding me?! Can you please grow a pair and keep my name out of your filthy little mouth?!  

UGH, people are so irritating. It boggles my mind how some honestly think the world revolves around them. Sorry to burst your giant bubble and ego, but I couldn't care less about what you think of me. Contrary to what you think, I do not spend my day pining over you. So please, do the world a favor, get off your high horse, and take all this energy you're expending on childish things to get your life together...If you're even capable of that. 

Saturday, January 17, 2009

"Your Wedding Better Sleep With One Eye Open!"

I just finished watching "Bride Wars" and that has to be the best chick flick I've seen in a long time. As I watched Anne Hathaway's character, Emma Allen, on screen, I felt as if I were watching myself and what would've happened 10 years later had I stayed with a certain person. Trapped in a relationship out of convenience and comfort, and thinking the person you're with is the same person you fell in love with. Hell, even the guy who played her fiancee sent me whipping through painful flashbacks. It was an all too vivid reminder of things that need to be forgotten. The only silver lining was that through all the mess, Emma had the support and love of her best friend. Who needs guys ;)

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Why Your Brain Can't Always Make Good Decisions

As I was browsing the health articles on CNN today, I came across an interesting one.

It basically talks about how humans have two thought processes when making a decision, those being, intuition and reasoning. We're good at making minor decisions using our intuition, but it can only take us so far."The intuitive system is emotional, fast, automatic but slow-learning, while the reasoning system is emotionally-neutral, slow, controlled, and rule-governed." I'd like to think that I reason and rationalize outcomes with myself, but when it comes to relationships with the opposite sex, all of that flies out the window, and I'm making decisions left and right based on how I feel. I plead temporary insanity to those horrible and irrational decisions of the past. I can definitely relate to the "slow-learning" part of intuitive thinking.  3 years of mindless decisions and my reasoning system is finally kicking in! Better late than never, right?