Wednesday, June 30, 2010

I'm no Superwoman after all

I'm sick! Ugh. I hate getting sick. I hate drinking meds. Life's too short to spend my days in bed, being sick.

I'm a closet masochist. I sometimes like to see how far I could push my body to the limit. I went to work 8PM Friday night.

I eat alot of junk at work to keep me awake all night long!

And then I got off work 5AM, Saturday. I went home, took a shower and rested for a bit then went to school for my 7:30AM class.

Cute ng hardbound notebook ko no? I had it customized to show my inital! LOL! National Bookstore ran out of Juday/Piolo notebooks that's why I just settled for this. Hehe!

I went about my business but I was already feeling sick that time. I was only trying to dismiss  it because I was having fun in school... It was nice to be with friends and classmates again after the 2 months-summer break. My class was until 4pm. Whew!

I got home around 6pm with a slight headache. I decided to sleep it off because I needed to wake up early for our beach outing the following day.

I woke up 5am, Sunday with a stuffy nose and a terrible headache. :( Took meds and hoped that I will turn out okay during the rest of the day.

My friends and I trooped to Subic for one last summer hoorah. It was a 2-hour drive and I just slept the whole time, hoping that it will help alleviate my condition.

Ayan, pa-beach beach pa kase.. LOL!

I forgot for a while that I was feeling sick because I was in the company of good friends. Plus the weather was good. Everything seemed purrfect!

Ang lakas ng alon, grabe! :)

May sakit na nga nakuha pang mag-pose. Tsk tsk tsk!

I took this shot, nice right?

I had a very busy weekend, with barely enough sleep, that's why I feel like shit Monday morning. Sigh. Now I'm taking antibiotics and meds for my cough and colds. I'm no superwoman after all.

Hope everyone's having a better week than I am! Stay dry, ok?



Monday, June 28, 2010

4 Classic Jerk Types

The Player

The Player is the quintessential noncommittal jerk. Ever the conquistador, he is attractive and knows it. The rub is that he does a good job of making you feel like you’re the only one in his life. Look for clues that he’s not being sincere. Ask him about his dating history if you want to know what he’s really about. Most people are not good at lying, so don’t be afraid to ask the hard questions. Once you’ve dated enough, you will never want to put up with the player. He’s bad news, and his game gets boring real fast.

The Bad Boy

Cast in the mold of James Dean, the Bad Boy is an aloof rebel with an appealing sense of machismo about him. He’s unconventional, a sexy rule-breaker… and something about his sly persona appeals to good girls everywhere. But ladies, be warned. Think about why this guy’s edginess is so appealing to you. Maybe you’re drawn to him because you need an escape. If that’s the case, it’s important to think about making more constructive changes in your life. The bad boy is bound to self-destruct, and you don’t want to be anywhere near him when it happens.

The Flake

Is there anyone more annoying than the Flake? He’s the guy who makes plans with you, and promises to call, then falls off the map and leaves you hanging. It’s either a power trip or a mark of extreme selfishness, but face it: It’s never going to get any better. The Flake lacks fundamental respect for your time, so the only solution is to not let him have any of it!

Mr. Self-Absorbed

Blah blah blah. Mr. Self Absorbed is the guy who only talks about himself, never asks questions, and takes you to an Indian restaurant even though you mentioned that Indian is not your favorite. You finish dinner with him knowing everything about his high school football career, but he hasn’t asked you a single question. At the end of the day, this guy isn’t looking for a true partner. It’s all about his ego.

So what type of jerk are you? :)

The Unpure Jerky,


[Source: here]

Friday, June 25, 2010

Let's talk about SEX errrr SIX!

Today marks the 6th month of my blog! 

Yay! I was never the 'monthsary' type of girl even when I was still in a relationship. I believe that milestones should be measured in years, not months. But hey, this ain't a relationship, this is BLOGGING - pure, unadulterated blogging!!!! And it's not easy to think of ideas every now and then, mind you.

I started this blog because I was bored one fine evening six months ago and I just wanted to have a venue where I can write my thoughts - sometimes perverse, sometimes emotional, most of the time blah but nevertheless 100% real.

I am no writer. I don't make sense sometimes (okay, correction: most of the time). My English is comprehensible but flawed. I sometimes get confused about my subject-verb agreements and my tenses. Haha! But regardless of these things, it is my passion to write and to share my thoughts that has made me rise above it all.

I have met people because of this blog. I have forged friendships with some and have been social acquiantances (see I cant even spell it right! Haha) with the rest. I love that I learn new things from these people, new words (soliloquy and superfluous are at the top of the list! LOL), new catch phrases. And I can only hope that my unpure thoughts have also made their lives, your lives, happier, hotter and sleazier. Haha! Can't help it.

Please keep the emails and the comments coming because I learn a lot from you as much as you learn a lot from me and my twisted, unpure life. From the bottom of my unpure heart, thank you! :)

Cheers to more unpure articles! Happy 6th month-sary to me!

 Six fcuks, errr pack pala,  for my 6th month! Kampay! *hahahaha*

The Unpure One,


Monday, June 21, 2010

Let's talk about me...

Of course this is my personal blog so whether you like it or not, most of the posts here are about :

a) me
b) me
c) and me

Get it? Okay good.

Now, let's move on and talk about me. LOL!

I took singing lessons when I was a kid. It was the summer of 1995 and my parents were thinking of ways to keep me busy during that schoolbreak. They enrolled me in a summer singing workshop but unfortunately, it didn't do me any good. I still sound like a dying moose everytime I sing. Hehehe!

But this doesn't deter me from singing. I love videokes and karaokes! (And no, I don't like singing to the tune of "My Way", sorry to disappoint you). My all time favorite videoke song is CRAZY FOR YOU. I don't know what magic that song does to my voice, but when I sing it, I sound like an angel from heaven! BWAHAHAHAHA!

Next fave, TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE HEARTTTTTT! Look at the below image. Cute noh?

What's your favorite videoke song? 

Videoke tayo!!!!! :)

The Unpure Singer Wanna Be,


Sunday, June 20, 2010

What a weekend!

I know I haven't been posting much the past few days. Blame my work and my alcohol-loving friends for taking so much of my time. LOL!

How did my weekend go?


I met up with new friends last Friday in Watering Hole and I had a lot of fun. I have always thought that men and women are wired differently when it comes to the idea of 'friendship'. Men can bond easily if they have common interests (you know, like womanizing and drinking and all those sporty stuff, hahaha) while women generally bond if they have a common history (a two-timer ex boyfriend, daddy issues, etc). So it was actually a bit of a suprise that I had fun with them eventhough we barely had a thing in common.  I like making friends with men because they are not catty and competitive and nosy (no, i take it back. Men are nosy too. LOL!). And they don't give a damn if I go barbaric and drink beer straight from the bottle. Hehe.


Saturday was spent with my favorite niece. =) We went on a movie date and watched Toystory 3 in 3D. I can't believe that there's already a 3D cinema in SM Fairview! Yeheyyyyyy! Malapit na syang maging 1st world country (country?!)  LOL!

I got surprised that the 3D tickets cost Php 251 each. WTF? I was thinking we should've just headed to Trinoma because the mall's better and the movie ticket's cheaper. The ticket rep explained to me that the movie ticket is inclusive of snacks (choice between popcorn and hotdog sandwich). Oh okay, so that's why it's more expensive.

After the film, we went straight home and made cute little cakes for Father's day. Look at the cakes that my niece designed. It's soooo pretty! :)

She calls her daddy "Dada"

 This one's for my daddy - her lolo. I told her to write "I love you Grandpa!" but she's too lazy to write the whole thing, she just wrote "I love you POL!". That's her lolo's name. Hehe, crazy kid. She calls her lolo on a first name basis. LOL!

I love being around my nieces and nephews because they keep me sane. I love that they think of me as a cool aunt! Hehe. When I'm with them I feel like their youthful vibe rubs off on me. 

Saturday Night

I went out with my girl friends last night. I was not in the mood to party but since one of my friends wanted to be distracted from her love problems (LOL), I eventually gave in. We went to Eivissa Superclub.

(From L-R: my sexy friend#1, me, my sexy friend#2, Yilmaz) LOL!

We drank and danced her problems away. When retail therapy doesn't cut it for a woman, there's no better way to have fun than to dance the night away! We were there until around 4am and when we were about to go home, my friend realized that her cellphone was missing! TSK! She said that she felt that there was a hand inside her purse but because there were alot of people, she can't pinpoint who got it. What a way to end the night!

So, how did your weekend go?  

The Unpure Dance Diva (lol),


Thursday, June 17, 2010

Thank you BPI

I love online banking because it gives me the flexibility to access my account, transfer funds and pay my bills no matter where I am. I have always been a loyal BPI customer ever since I started working. I got introduced to BPI's online banking system a couple of years back and I can say that everything has been a breeze.

Two days ago, I was transferring funds online and right in the middle of the transaction,  I received a "Page Cannot Be Displayed" message. Hmmmmm. It hasn't happened to me before but knowing how reliable BPI's service is, I didn't worry about it. When I checked the source account, the amount has already been debited but when I checked the recipient account, the money's not there. WTF? Where'd it go?

I immediately called BPI's 89-100 line and advised them of what just happened. The representative was apologetic and she said that she's going to make a report of the matter and told me to wait for a response within 2 days. A day after I called them, I received a call from a BPI representative saying that they have already fixed the problem and I was told to check my account to make sure that the money's there. And it was.

I just want to spread word out about their efficient customer service. Thank you BPI! =)

The Unpure One,


P.S. I am getting hits from, so thank you to everyone at BPI for reading my blog! Hehehe!

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Dear Daddy

Dear Dad,
You were always busy with work during my growing up years. You’re always out of the house very early and would always come home late at night. I don’t get to see you as often as I wanted. Maybe that’s why I am attracted to older men - because the attention and the validation that I didn’t get from you while I was growing up, I’m seeking from someone else. It has always been my grandmother who looked after me while you and mom were busy at work. And it didn’t help that you and my grandmother fought a lot. Because you see Dad, during the times when I needed you the most, it has always been ‘lola’ who was there for me.
As I grew older, that’s when I realized that I shouldn’t be feeling this way towards you. I realize now that it wasn’t easy for you too. We’re not rich so you and mom had to work full time to make sure that we would always have food on the table. Not to mention, everything else that comes with raising 4 children. I now understand why you had to miss my recognition ceremonies when I was little. And why it has always been 'kuya' who would bring me to and from school.
I didn’t understand these things back then, Dad.
But you know what? If there’s anything that I find amusing about you is your knack for being a jerk-detector. Remember my (ex) boyfriend that you didn’t like? Well, you were right all along, he did turn out to be a jerk. Haha! Oh and by the way I’d like to thank you for not being too hard to the others. :-)
Dad, I am sorry for having been a rebellious daughter during my teen-age years... for always breaking my  curfew… for not finishing my studies… for the headaches and heartaches I’ve caused you and mom.  Thank you for still loving me despite everything that I have done. It is your unconditional love that’s helped me get my life back on track.
I’m living responsibly on my own two feet now, I’m back in school and I don’t go out with jerks anymore (hahaha).. You see Dad, I didn’t turn out to be so bad.  Thanks for believing that it’s not yet too late to turn my life around.
I love you so much. Happy Father’s Day!

Your Daughter,

Please don't forget to greet your dad a Happy Father's Day this coming Sunday. =)

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Drunkety , Drunk, Drunk

I'm drunk so I am pretty sure this post will be full of non-sense shit. Hahaha!

I went out with one of my gal pals last night. We had dinner in Napa. The steak I ordered was so-so. I didn't even finish half of it. Half-way through dinner, another friend joined us. It was actually a spur of the moment thing. It was supposed to be a Girls Night Out but you know how quick plans can change, right? Especially with girls who are fickle like pickles. Hehe! And so we had beer, lots and lots of it *hik* and we had a very fun and interesting conversation about life and love.

After that we met up with some of our other friends in Dolce. (I'm too old to party, I know. But what can I do? My friends want to dance and drink. Peer pressure? Hahaha!) And then we had beer again. I chugged them beers down like there's no tomorrow. Fcuk! I haven't had that much beer in a long while. But I loved it! I missed drinking beer straight from the bottle!

I love the randomness and the spontaneity of last night's events. I had fun meeting new friends and bonding with old ones! I probably need to drink alot of liver-healing capsules in the next few days to compensate for the drinking I had last night. Hehehe!
Life should be beautiful, cheerful, colourful, and random,CHEERS! =)

The Unpure Lasinggera,


P.S.: Stop looking at my ass, you sick perv! =P

Saturday, June 12, 2010

My Unpure Pick of the Week: Peppermint Spa

I really don't like getting home-service massages because I live alone and I don't want strangers getting inside my unit. I don't watch the news everyday but in the few occasions that I do, all I see are robberies, and murders and rapes. (I don't mind the rape, but the first two, wow. Hahaha, kidding.) So I'm wary about having strangers around.

Good thing my friend opened Peppermint (Home-Service) Spa just a couple of months ago. I had a very busy week at work so I decided to get a massage last Friday. I was too lazy to go out so I called my friend and scheduled for a 9AM appointment. They normally don't service that early, but hey, I'm chummies with the owner remember. LOL.

I initially wanted a good-looking, nice-smelling male therapist (Just Kidding! But jokes are half-meant right?) but my friend told me all they have are females. Phew. Such a let-down! Hahahaha!

The masseuse did a good job in soothing my aching muscles. I don't like getting a hard massage because my frail body can't take all that pressure. I just want a good and light rubdown. I told that to the masseuse and that was exactly what I got! Heaven! (Masarap yung papindot, pindot lang eh! *laugh* )

Since it was a 'pamper-myself' day, I also had a mani-pedi after the massage. Yay! It was a good way to start my weekend.

Peppermint Spa caters to people in the QC, Ortigas, Greenhills and Makati area. Just call them a few hours or a day in advance. The rate's super cheap so I suggest you try them out. Now na! And may I suggest you ask for Angie. That woman's good. Don't ask for extra-service though if you don't want to end up with a broken nose. LOL.

Hope everyone's having a blast this longggg weekend! :)

The Unpure One,


Friday, June 11, 2010

Top 10 Lies Men Tell

A new survey by OnePole, shows how much lying both men and women do. Women tell an average of 728 lies per year, while men ride the line of over 1,090! If you think all these lies weigh heavily on his guilty conscience, 30 percent deliver them ease and comfort. Here are the top 10 lies he could be dishing out, and what you can do about them:

1. "I didn't have much to drink"

The number one lie told by men is how much they have had to drink. This is more of a lie to themselves than anyone else. An inebriated man is not good at fibbing. It can become a potentially serious problem if he lies about it too often. Wait until he regains sobriety to discuss any concerns about his behavior.

2. "Nothing's wrong, I'm Fine"

Men are taught to not be emotional beings. If he's sad, he's fine, if depressed, he's still fine. It can get awfully lonely for a man going through a difficult time. He feels as if there is nobody he can turn to. This is why it's important he knows someone is there for him. Keep in mind, it's easier for him to express anger when he's vulnerable, so give him space and let him come to you once he's ready.

3. "My battery died," "I didn't know you called"

It is entirely possible for these events to take place, but if these types of circumstances happen too often, they are probably more than just circumstance. Generally these lies are designed to cover up the fact that he's screening his calls, and you're no longer on his priority list. This can be a sign that a man is losing interest or falling out of love. Back off, and give him some space to realize he misses you.

4. "I don't care"

Yes, he does. Men desperately seek the approval of their partner. When faced with the prospects of criticism, blame, and the disappointment of a partner, a man may wall himself off by denying the importance of the relationship. This is the cue to pull back and express negative feelings with sensitivity. Men can handle "I feel" or "I need," much better than they can, "you are" or "you always."

5. "It wasn't expensive"

Women have expensive tastes, but men are just as guilty when it comes to their toys and vanity. Men pride themselves in being responsible with money, so when they buy something reckless, they lie to avoid the guilt of irresponsibility. Based on studies, men are much more susceptible to purchase expensive items for the purpose of deceiving others into thinking they are something they're not.

6. "I'm on my way," "I was stuck in traffic"

When a man is less than excited to be somewhere, these lies can add 20 to 40 minutes of free time to his schedule. This form of passive aggression spites his partner since he's showing up late, while hiding his contempt behind what he considers a plausible excuse. Instead of complaining that he's always late, try letting him know when (and why) it's really important for him to be on time.

7. "I didn't forget"

Men know the punitive damages of forgetting a birthday or anniversary. When faced with this transgression he will deny it, excuse himself quietly, drive to the nearest grocery store, and buy the biggest bouquet of flowers he can. Men don't understand the importance of remembering key relationship moments, so ambush his lies by communicating expectations openly and clearly.

8. "I'd never get plastic surgery"

Men are actually just as vain as women. In a 2007 survey, it was found that 17 percent of men had performed some sort of cosmetic surgery, whether hair transplant or botox injections. It's an increase of 5 and 21 percent, respectively, compared to just a few decades ago.

9. "I understand"

Men want to understand, but often their communication style differs so much they form a wedge between their partner. If he says he understands, make sure your needs have been explained with action-type words, rather than symbolic inference. For example, men will understand the phrase, "I want you to grab and kiss me more often," much more than, "I need more romance."

10. "I'm not married," "My wife and I are separated"

Cheating among married men is a tricky proposition. His real trick is to capture his pursued sex object's confidence, making her think she's about to get a good man -- when in fact she's only getting a cheating husband. Never believe a married man who makes these types of statements or promises. If he's a cheater, he's also a liar!


To the four or five women who read my blog (LOL), mind sharing which of these lies have been used on you? I'm curious.
The Unpure One,

Tuesday, June 8, 2010


The Great Wall of China

This post will not be filled with information about the history of The Great Wall of China. If you want to know how and why it was built, go here. Hehe. What I only know is that this loooongggg fortress was built to protect Northern China from those hulabaloos, whoever they maybe. LOL.

The Preparation

Well, we really didn't have any preparations at all. We were all busy with work the week before we went to China that we weren't able to read enough about the place. So anyway, we just asked our friends who went there before us and they advised that it's better to go to the South East wall - which is Mutianyu, instead of the Northern side (popularly known to tourists as "Badaling").  They said that Mutianyu is a little bit farther than Badaling but there are less tourists there so it's a much better place to enjoy the view and of course to take lots and lots of pictures! :)

The Great Wall of China: How to get there?

We left our hotel at 8am and then we took the subway and got off at Guloudajie station. The subway system's interconnected so getting around was really a breeze. We were told by the hotel staff that there is a bus in Guloudajie that will take us directly to Mutianyu. We asked around but we were getting confusing information from the locals so we opted to hire a private car instead.

Luckily, there were alot of cars for hire around the area.  A guy approached us and told us that he can take us to The Great Wall and back for 400 CNY (approx. Php 2,700). He said that he will wait for us while we tour the Great Wall and he would drive us back to the subway station. We asked for a discount and he lowered the price down to 300 CNY (Php 2,000). It sounds like a good deal since three of us will be splitting the fare.

The driver told us that it will take around 2 to 2 1/2 hours to get to Mutianyu. Yes, it's that long! It wasn't a boring drive though because the view on the way to Mutianyu was great. We ate inside the car, joked around and slept and before we knew it, we were already there.

The Great Wall of China: Entrance Fee


 The ticket came with a VCD. I haven't watched the VCD yet so I don't know what's inside. :) We took the cable car going up - we only availed of the singleway cable ride and decided to just walk going down. (BIG MISTAKE!) I'm sorry but I forgot how much the cable ride costs. Hee. I got so excited that I forgot to take note of the rates. 
                                                                                                The weather was excellent that day - the sun was up and the wind was very cool. No kidding, but it felt like the whole place has centralized airconditioning. Hehe!  The view's awesome! I can't imagine how they built this fortress.  True enough, there weren't alot of tourists when we got there so we were able to enjoy our walk.  We brought snacks just in case we get hungry from the hike. Nothing healthy - just chips, cookies, bottled water and soda. :)  My friends were wearing shorts and rubber shoes that day. They were super ready for the long hike! While me, of course, I'm a dress kind of girl. So there I was in my pink dress and flipflops! Hehehehe! Yes,  perfect attire for the longgggg walk! LOL! Very smart of me, I know. Hahahaha! 
Camwhoring in The Great Wall (warning: Picture overload! LOL)

Hiding from the sun. LOL.

Goofing around inside the cable car

Strike a pose! Sorry for being My Unpure Self, Great Wall. LOL. I just got carried away.

We climbed....

We walked... (I can't walk anymore so I asked my friend to push me)

We jumped... (I told you we love jumpshots! *happy*)

And we walked some more... (No kidding, we were soooo tired! As in!)

Good thing we saw these half-naked guys. I forgot for a second that my feet were aching. LOL!

Poor woman, nabaliw sa haba ng Great Wall. Hahahaha! I don't know why she has leaves on her head.

I Climbed The Great Wall! 

I had a marvelous time walking along the Great Wall. It was made even better because I was in the company of good friends. I wouldn't mind doing it again - but next time, I'd wear my rubber shoes. Hahahaha! That will be a life lesson that I'm going to pass on to my kids and my grandkids - DON'T WEAR FLIPFLOPS IN THE GREAT WALL. *evil laugh*

The Unpure Jumpshot Extraordinaire,


The driver we hired was really awesome. If you want to go to the Great Wall, you might want to give him a call:

Mr. Zhang - 13718280640
Car No. - KS5306

Monday, June 7, 2010

When One Tongue Just Isn't Enough!

I have been love-less for a couple of months now and as much as I would like to be more frisky and adventurous and do random bed-hoppings, I find that my unpure soul is not so un-pure after all. LOL. I am the modern-day prudish whore. (You know, the all-bark-no-bite type.) Hehehehe! So, what to do in times when you need to scratch your itch?

Hold on to your seats, all you single ladies out there. The best is yet to cum errrrr come! =P

Let me introduce you to the......

*Drumrolls please*

Squeal with the SQWEEL

Sqweel Wheel. Yes, you read it right! It sounds very Cirque de Soleil I know but it's not as complicated and circus-y as you think it is. This is a rotating toy made up of soft silicone flappers that is reminiscent to that of a human tongue! Just when you thought one tongue is enough, this lovely toy is composed of 10 (yes, you read that right! T-e-n) rotating tongues! Hitmewithyourbestshot! Hehehe!

The Design : Looks like a fan (for your fanny)

"It feels so human, it's almost eerie."

 How to Use the SQWEEL

 You just need three AAA batteries to get this thing going. It comes in three speed modes: slow, mid and hhhhhiiigggghhhh! Hehehe! This is cunnilingus at its finest. LOL! (Of course nothing beats the real thing, I know I know. But when the real thing is not available, then this can be considered as the next best thing.)

Is there a kind soul out there who can give me a SQWEEL this Christmas? 


I can't stop laughing.

The Unpure Squealer,


P.S. - The Sqweel is meant to be use on a woman's vajayjay and all other erogenous zones like the nips, the neck, etc. PLEASE DO NOT USE IT INSIDE THE ANUS! Just a friendly reminder. L.O.L!

[Source: here]

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Sexy Tummy in the City

I watched Sex and The City 2 last Friday with a good friend of mine. It was this same friend who I watched the Part 1 of the movie with. He was the one who introduced me to SATC, and I got hooked since then. We watched the movie around 3pm in Trinoma and was done by 5pm. Luckily, there was no traffic in Commonwealth so I was able to reach home slightly before 6.

 Look at his car trinket. Looks weird, right?

So what did I do on a Friday night? Hmmmm... well, I was awed by the sight of Sarah Jessica Parker's abs in the movie that it inspired me to work-out. I don't know how old she is but she's still fit as a horse. Damn that woman!  I have always fitted into a size 24 jeans but sitting my ass all day at work has taken its toll on my tummy. Yes, that's the modern occupational hazard. Hehe!

Operation: Big Tummy No More

Because I have thoraco-lumbar scoliosis, doing sit-ups can do more harm than good to my posture. So the next best thing is to do a reverse sit-ups or reverse crunch. Since it was my first time to work out after a very long time, I didn't want to scare my would-be muscles off, so I only did 75 reps. Hahaha!

The Promise

I promised myself that I would be doing this every night for the rest of my life. Yeah sure! LOL. I am not aiming for abs but I would just like to flatten my tummy - as in super flat like the SCTEX. Hehehe! I don't want to let myself go. At least not till I'm married. Hahahahaha!

How about you, got any tummy exercises you want to share?

The Unpure Big-Tummy-No-More,


Saturday, June 5, 2010

Two For The Road

I miss having the feel of arms and limbs entwined in mine.
I miss having someone to kiss after a long day at work.
I miss having someone appreciate me even if I'm having a bad-hair day.
I miss dressing up for dinner dates.
I miss ordering take out for two.

I miss the smell of after-shave.
I miss being driven to and from work.
I miss taking care of someone.
I miss having someone take care of me.
I miss ordering take out for two.

I miss having someone to be goofy with.
I miss having a partner in crime.
I miss doing everything and nothing.
I miss getting random letters and gifts.
I miss ordering take out for two.

This weather has been making me crazy.
The sound of raindrops on my rooftop.
The cold windy nights.
I sound crazy I know but I can't help it,
I miss ordering take out for two.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Knowledge is Power

Summer break's over. So that only means one thing - it's schooltime once again! Yay!  How I wish enrolment's a breeze tomorrow. No long lines I hope!

You know what else I am 'Yay'-ing about?

I love that my days off from work has been moved to Friday and Saturday! Yay! Last semester was really a nightmare. Imagine getting off work at 7am and then rushing off to school (with no sleep at all) because you need to be on time for your 7:30AM class! Horrendous!  At least now I can get enough sleep before attending my Saturday classes. I love it. No more sleepy episodes in school. Double backflip! :)

This is a good start of the month.

Hope you guys are starting June with good vibes too! And to all the kids reading my blog, remember "School is Cool". Hehe. As if I have barely-legals reading my unpure shit. LOL.

The Unpure Teacher's Pet,