Infatuations Return to Me

So the first two words in the title was tweeted on my Twitter and now I made a Blog out of it. :)

I know how it Feels. XD

Oh Golly. I don’t know what to say but recently this week I’ve went on recalling some persons whom I felt such sweetness with before. Yes, my past crushes kept appearing unto me. I’d say many have changed. I’d never thought I would be liking them again. As I have theorized! They are like a Cold! Haha. And now I have it. I think it’s a very sweet reminder of how innocent I am when it comes to Love. :))

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100 Random Questions.. (Bored)

Questions tend to repeat. I’m bored and sleepy while answering this!

  1. Grab the book nearest to you, turn to page 18, and find line 4. – holding a Thesaurus. line 4 says: “allege, v. state, assert, affirm; imply; accuse.”
  2. Stretch your left arm out as far as you can, What can you touch? – a drawing i made that is posted at the back of our cabinet.
  3. Before you started this survey, what were you doing? – just previously answered another questionnaire.
  4. What is the last thing you watched on TV? – the status of our National Election.
  5. Without looking, guess what time it is – 8: 50PM
  6. Now look at the clock. What is the actual time? – 8:53 PM so close!
  7. With the exception of the computer, what can you hear? – sound of our wall fan behind.
  8. When did you last step outside? What were you doing? – earlier, just checking out the neighbors.
  9. Did you dream last night? – yes, it was super weird.
  10. Do you remember your dreams? – it’s 50/50. I remember them the moment i wake up but at the rest of the day, they just fade away.
  11. When did you last laugh? – just an hour ago.
  12. Do you remember why / at what? – i was watching Michelle O’bombshell and Ate Glow.
  13. What is on the walls of the room you are in? – frames that contain mine and my brother’s medals and certificate.
  14. Seen anything weird lately? – not really.
  15. What do you think of this quiz? – it takes time. Continue reading