Showing posts from September, 2014


We all know how shit Apple's chargers are. At least, my 13 chargers have known. That's right, folks. 13. iPads, iPhones, and Mac chargers have been withered to the short circuiting, finger electrifying wire. How can we improve this, and get our money in a pockets?

I have found a solution! Or at least, an experiment. But it sounds amazing (for me, and my 13 renewed chargers).

For the next few weeks, I will test my new theory. What is this theory?

You will need:

A pack of pencil grips (preferably rubber or more sturdy)A gentle touchGet a pencil gripSlide onto the neck of the charger.To be extra pre-cautious, put one on the base where the USB input is found.Do not bend this charger, ever. If you didn't know that already. I successfully kept my Mac charger for 4 years before it finally lost all layers and sparked me. I didn't ever ignorantly bend it. I cry thinking of somebody doing that. You must treat them so delicately; one crease and you're dead. Voolah! I hope this…

My wishes

Where have I been for the past week? Am I dead? On an adventure? Socializing? *gasp* it hasn't gotten to that stage yet, my loves.
What I have been doing is enjoying my holidays like I know best: rewatching every romcom on the planet; including a few disney classics, of course.
What brings us to prefer a certain genre more than another? Do we want to be in that world? To have that lifestyle, adrenaline (or lack of) and a wonderful story? I can't stand a full on romance movie, for I am too cynical. But not cynile enough for the loathe of dinsey classics. I need the humour of mocking sense, usually by some obnoxiously, handsome man in the movie. I find myself analyzing every piece of any source of entertainment. I resent my English teacher's for that. 
Do you ever hate finding the one. That one perfect movie that you just want more of; every expectation of it's nonexistent sequels to be marvelous? But it's been 5 years, the actors are old and it's too late for the c…

the negativity overload

Talking regularly on twitter and other social media sites, I've come across many of my internet friends feeling worries, down and overall depressed. I, too, can sympathise on all the thoughts that come to them, and I've found a very strong method to help to lessen the negativity (usually I try to stop thinking about my peers and others' views on me; things I can't control). My councillor is the one to credit, but he taught me that whenever I don't feel good enough; when I don't feel worthy, to clear my mind and picture the biggest STOP sign in my head.

I know a lot of you may not want to think happier (because you're the one causing the thoughts; not your surroundings), but take it from me, over the past few weeks I've changed from all of this. I've recognised my goals (some my not have any... think of all the people you wish you were right now; celebrities, youtubers, authors, ect, and ask yourself if you had the choice of being them; would you wan…

Have A Headache/Stressed?

A friend the other day had a bad headache, and I decided to give her my top tips how I relax since I get stress headaches all the time. Now I feel like telling them to you guys... because who doesn't want to read about tips about headaches?

Make sure you have a fresh glass of cold water, and plenty of it.If you're inside, get some fresh air into the place.Close all blinds/curtains to make it dark.Lessen noise volume.Get a hot or cold flannel (depending on temperature) and rest it on your forehead, and lie down. Eat an orange or apple. The vitamins clears your nose in case you have any snot or blocked nose.Get into comfy clothes if you're not already.Light some relaxing candles. Lavender is a scent that especially relaxes you. If you have any oils/lotion that is lavender, apply some at your feet and ankles, and your wrists. This will spread around your body, un-tensing it.Give yourself a facial/cleanse yourself.Have a bubble bath. These hopefully helped you, they always help…

Mini Adventure

I'm always inspired by other bloggers/vloggers that go around there amazing neighbourhoods and taking beautiful pictures. I rarely venture outside, because who needs fresh air when there's wifi and delivery pizza? Enjoy these amateur (hey I spelled that correctly without autocorrect!), automatic setting pictures of my town. Click the pictures for a wider view.

Recipe for...

A Perfect Friday Afternoon

1. Get into some comfy PJ's. This is crucial.
2. Load up the Netflix. This calls for some hardcore tv/movie binging. Watch any of your fave shows from start to finish. My favourites are: TVD, Glee, AHS, TW, Friends, Will & Grace, and many others.
3. Get your favourite stash of lollies!

4. Pizza. Always. Have. Pizza.

5. Comfy blankets is a must. For optimum results; make a fort.
6. Last but not least... Don't forget tea!

I hope you enjoyed my list of my usual Friday night. What are some of your favourite things? Leave a comment below.
the other one

the 21 unspoken rules of joining a fandom

Don't criticise other's ships.Don't spam. In anyway.Don't scam. In anyway. You will be killed.Hashtags are annoying.Everybody and anybody is allowed to like the thing. No matter who. Except maybe Hilter. He's not cool.It's okay to like your fandom because of your favourite character.It's okay to hate the character everybody adores.It's not okay to hate on other users because their follower account has less than you, or treat them any differently.Bad quality pics/poorly filtered/disgusting fonts[COMIC SANS MS] will get you shunned. If you want a really clean, chic fandom acc, I suggest HQ pics, a nice theme (something matching, a system you use when you post stuff, I don't mean your layout).Photoshop is your best friend.Wattpad and are your life.Merch will buy you everybody. Want a friend? Give them some merch.Just accept the crack ships. They're there. They're most likely the reason 60% of the fans are in the fandom. Just.. do…

the wise words of a high school teacher

Hello everybody, I found this off tumblr a while ago, and it's still one of my favourite lists/quotes I've ever read. 
1. There are plenty of ways to enter a pool. The stairs is not one of them. 2. Never cancel dinner plans by text message. 3. Don’t knock it ‘til you try it. 4. If a street performer makes you stop walking, you owe him a buck. 5. Always use ‘we’ when referring to your home team or your government. 6. When entrusted with a secret, keep it. 7. Don’t underestimate free throws in a game of ‘horse’. 8. Just because you can doesn’t mean you should. 9. Don’t dumb it down. 10. You only get one chance to notice a new haircut. 11. If you’re staying more than one night, unpack. 12. Never park in front of a bar. 13. Expect the seat in front of you to recline. Prepare accordingly. 14. Keep a picture of your first fish, first car, and first boy/girlfriend. 15. Hold your heroes to a high standard. 16. A suntan is earned, not bought. 17. Never lie to your doctor. 18. All guns a…

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The Fault In Our Stars by John Green

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My top 3 recommended are (warning! may have spoilers):

Paper Towns by John GreenMystery/Romcom Soon to be a movie adaption. If you enjoyed Green's TFIOS, you will adore Paper Towns. Paper Town's is about a boy, Q, saving the cliche love of his life. Kidnapped, murdered.. assassinated?No. She ran away. How? Why? Nobody knows. But Q wants to know, before the clock strikes 12. Or else he may be discovering the mourning of her existence, not the answers to his compulsive desire to find her. Among the helpless crush, there is adventure and plenty of comedy, particularly by the peculiar best friends. I rate this higher than TFIOS, this constantly had be on my toes, I never put it down! I read it in one sitting; I couldn't dare to close on a cliff hanger.