2009 meme

Dec. 25th, 2009 01:17 pm
woodface: ([fma] riza hawkeye is cooler than you)
Stolen from [livejournal.com profile] meeshy.

Memeness )
woodface: ([fma] ishbal)
"It is time in the West to defend not so much human rights as human obligations."

~ Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn
woodface: ([fma] at least he's her idiot)
I am playing KotOR and suddenly this very random thing happens.

Screencap )

I just had to screencap.
woodface: ([fma] insubordination)
There's this college student at the train station every morning and he wears outfits like Chuck Bass. Only he's not pretty at all (not that I'm a Chuck Bass fangirl) and he looks downright ridiculous. I keep having this urge to go up to him and tell him his outfit is really ugly.
woodface: ([fma] bitch please)
We went out for drinks tonight after work. We usually end up in the same English pub and they have those big ass flat screen television hanging downstairs, it's always turned to BBC World. I was sitting to one side of our group, closest to the television and I don't know. I was listening to what the others were saying and without realising it, I kept looking at the screen.

It wasn't until she started talking and gesturing at me that I realised someone was sitting at the table right next to the screen. I had no idea what she was saying, I was listening to people talking in Dutch and most of the time when someone you don't know talks to you in there, it's in English. So I got confused and just went "what?" at her. She kept repeating it and making these agitated looks and my brain caught on that she was saying "Qu'est-ce qu'il y a?" Not in the "what's wrong sense", but in the "what the fuck is your problem" sense.

I just rolled my eyes and looked away, but seriously I should have better come backs. Yes, if you're sitting at the table right next to the television, people will look in that general direction. It's bound to happen. I hadn't even noticed *her* so wow, self-centered much.

Anyway, why do I keep coming up with good replied hours after stuff happens and not at the moment itself? Granted, she was alone at a bar and I'd rather not deal with drunken bitches.
woodface: ([fma] insubordination)
The advantage of being a woman at an IT conference: No lines to the bathrooms.

One of these days I'm going to pull my head out of my ass and stop avoiding lj.
woodface: ([spooks] shhh)
Can't we just recast the movie to have Keeley Hawes and Matthew Macfadyen as Tonks and Lupin?

Can we? Can we? Can we?


I have the strangest urge to RP them. *pokes brain*


Jan. 7th, 2009 06:20 pm
woodface: ([spooks] shhh)
So two days in a row I have set up camp on my bed in the evening to finish reading The Goblet of Fire. Two days in a row, I have promptly fallen asleep.


[Poll #1327002]
woodface: ([fs] refreshed)
... There were about 10000 unread lj notifications from begin December.


Jul. 6th, 2007 10:34 pm
woodface: ([fma] al shiny)
I'm bored right now and I can't seem to work up the energy to write. So people should ramble at me and I'm going to make up some questions and you can answer them here or move them to your lj whichever. Actually, I kind of feel like doing a poll but I don't know what about so you'll have to settle for this.

First of all, don't think about this too much. Answer with what you feel is right now this very moment in this current moodswing your reply.

1. Favourite fictional character
2. Ice cream flavour you'd like to ear right now
3. The song you've been playing the most these days
4. Ship you'd like to see kissing on television right now
5. Ship you'd like to see breaking up
6. Movie you badly want to watch
7. Series you want to see go on forever and ever
8. Character you'd like to shoot or at least lock away so you don't have to see them anymore
9. Place you'd like to be right now
10. Something you'd like to learn
11. Something you'd like to unlearn
12. Icon you never want to lose
13. What reminds you of summer
14. What Jara should rewatch tonight to keep herself sane

Don't have to answer them all or none. Yeah, I don't know.
woodface: ([ff] jayne)
As a kid I used to have this view of the world as a big toy city in some kid's room and people only living when the kid was playing with it. And then I'd imagine that the world that kid lived in was part of another toy world.

Anyway, I have a point here. I was much amused when I was watching this commercial of this city with people living their lives and the camera goes up and up until it moves above the city and behold, you're actually in a toy city in someone's room.


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