Tuesday, July 24, 2012


So sorry I haven't posted in a few days, camp has been busy. And I officially hate Geometry. Not like doing five hours of it a day is bad enough, we also stay up to ungodly times to finish and study for a daily test over the chapter and do all the homework problems. And I hate proofs more than imaginable. Who cares about statements and reasons anyway? What matters is that the statement is true! Our teacher seems to love them too, because we do about five proofs as our notes for the day. And it's unimaginably confusing because we have to learn the concepts of the chapter on our own, and look over the proofs also. Our midterm is tomorrow so I had half a Full Throttle and a Mountain Dew, Diet Coke, and normal Coke. It's going to be a long night, and an early morning. At five, I need to be up to look nice and shower since I still have yesterday's make up on, tooo lazy to get wipes. And study some more.

But anyway, onto the good stuff: hot boys. I wish you would all gravitate toward my town, but that will never happen. I could wish on all the 11:11's, four leaf clovers, and eyelashes I want, nothing/no one will ever come by. So there are some okay guys at camp, ad I'm here to share the scoop.

So I'm officially one of the oldest kids in my program because they don't offer Geometry in the older program, and either way I want to see the boy situation here.
There's a really hot Asian guy in my class, he's got a hot bod according to my friend who saw his shirt rise, and he now has been deemed super gorgeous with a six pack.
Any sport makes people so toned, but this guy knocks them out of the field. He's a water polo player and has the best legs ever for a guy I mean. It's so not fair! He's like in shape beyond imagination. Before class, he goes to practice for an hour or so.
Nice guys are my favorite, and this one is no exception! He has literally the cutest smile I've ever encountered in y whole life. He's got the celebrity-loved dimples and straight teeth. Man I'm pretty jealous, no joke.
There's a few others, but not that I know to my knowledge so far. I'm going to check, I've still got a week and a half anyway.

Bye people! Have a wonderful night/day! (:

Monday, July 16, 2012

Soccer Season's Almost Here!

Yay for soccer! It's the best sport ever invented in the history of mankind; it involves teamwork, inner strength and skill, aggression but a politeness at the same time. I could go on and on about soccer. So my most viewed post is Soccer Girl Problems 2! And thanks to everyone who read it! Love you my fellow soccer people!

So as we all know, official soccer season is about to get underway and quite personally, I can't wait! I love the feeling of the grass on my once-white soccer socks after a long practice, and most of all, those attractive tan lines. (JK! Soccer players, I feel your pain.) And I heard recently, they cut women's soccer out of the London 2012 Olympics. Like WHAT? You take out the women's soccer, but not the men's? We can kick their butts any day and we can do it looking pretty. Beat that boys. But anyway, SOCCER SEASON! I am so pumped, but I know I shouldn't be because I'm so out of shape it's sad. I need to go running super soon. My running plans never work out though. I'll tell you how my running plans go.

Day 1: Oh 5:30, let's go! I'm so ready to show off these thunder thighs this fall along with my tan knees and pale shins. Alright I'm ready! (And here I'd probably run like my old cross-country self with a 7 minute mile pace. I was so proud of my mile back then.)

Day 2: 5:30, ughhhhh, sooo sore. Gimme ten more minutes. 5:45, got my gear on, let's get this going.

Day 3: 5:30, shut up. I want my sleep.

So yeah, I don't know how I survived three years of cross-country in middle school. Worse idea EVER. But I was too stupid to know how travel worked back then, so no travel soccer for me. Cross-country was so fun though. This guy that I used to like soooo much ran too, and in our sixth grade picture, we had to stand next to each other and at the time, I thought he was the dumbest kid ever. So our group picture is me staring at him with this disgusted look, and him smiling his little face off. Oh and there was about two feet in between us, which is a lot on crowded, wobbly bleachers.

So all in all, soccer season here I come! Back to freshman getting the balls, yay! Last year we had like an overpopulation of frosh so I only did it like twice. I may or may not have cheated my way out of doing it. And as usual, love you all. Ciao!

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Lady Gaga where are you?

So I'm a pretty avid Lady Gaga fan, and obviously a little monster. I love what she represents and her effect in the music industry. I know she's been touring lately(same hotel as Lana del Ray and Lindsey Lohan!) but I can't help but wonder when her next single will arrive. It's been over a year! I know she's busy, but squeeze us in too! Oh and on the subject, why are all the celebrities making awful life movies nowadays? I think it's just dumb. Katy Perry, really? I'm sorry, but she's just awful live and I don't expect this movie to be any better. Tell me how it is if you guys have seen it! ~one monster signing off. <3 ta-ta for now monsters!

The Stereotype Friends/Clique

So everyone's got their little circle of friends, and each friend falls under a category, good or bad, and I thought I would talk about my friends today.

1. The girl who eats like a man/fattie and stays skinny. I would say this girl would be me, and I'm not like naturally skinny, I used to be pretty chubby,but I work at getting toned and in shape through soccer which lets me eat as much as I want, whenever I want. Love to my soccer girls/guys. Once a soccer player, always a soccer player.

2. The friend who can turn everything dirty. So I have this friend and I've known her since second grade and she's so funny, and just unique. I know, I know, unique is so overused, but it describes her to a tee. Let's call her K shall we? So she has this knack of making everything perverted and to a whole other level, and it's so hilarious. She's great and I love her to death. She can crack the best "That's what she said" jokes, and shoot back a comeback in five seconds. And they're good too.

3. The friend that got away. So in middle school, there was a group and we were inseparable. Movie? We're all there. Mall? Group hangout. We crammed into a photobooth once, and it was crazy. There was this girl, H, and she and I were really close during the first part of freshman year, but then we started to drift apart. I found some things like soccer and studying to be more important, while she was a bit boy crazy, drifting from one to another. Later on, she tried a few things that I would never try. I don't know, I just have so little in common with her, all that's left are these memories. We always say we'll hang out soon, but both of us know it won't happen unless it's a group obligation.

4. The friend that's closer than a sibling. I've only known J for four years, but it feels like I've known her for ages. She knows all of my secrets and thoughts and I know hers. We have plans to get married at the Plaza hotel, to two hot roommates we meet in college. We share so many goo times and one look can tell the other exactly what's happening. She's been there through my tears, laughs, and in between. I love her to Pluto and back.

5. The drama starter. We used to be so close! But after time, she'd churn out rumors and do things on purpose to make someone mad, or ruin their day. I remember she was going out with one of my close guy friends, and he bought me something dumb like cheez-its one day and she started yelling at me in the hallway, saying that I better stay away from him. She's constantly mad at someone, and there's always some conflict. I'm just glad we don't talk as often now.

6. The super athlete. I love this kid, he's pretty attractive, plays basketball and works out like a bunch, in wind ensemble with me, and is in all the same classes. But anyway, he trains super hard for basketball because he's like really tall and wants to be the best.

That's all I can think of now, but I have lots of friends and I love you all. Smooches to all of you! <3

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

MTV's "Jersey Shore" Possibly Gone?

So Direct TV has apparently dropped MTV, which means no more guidos, grenades, or GTL! I'm sure Snooki is probably asking someone to hold her earrings, and ready to pounce on those Direct TV people. I personally don't care too much for the show, it's just another TV show that I watch if absolutely nothing else is on. I would rather watch any other trashy show. But I know all the Jersey people at probably a little sad, and hopefully the show will be saved by some other station. I know that quite a few shows were rejected. Pan Am was a show about the drama of a flight crew and their journeys around the world, and some other ones didn't make the cut. Some shows did avoid the chopping block, like 2 Broke Girls with two spunky girls which I really like. What do you think about Jersey Shore? What about Snooki's baby?

Monday, July 9, 2012

J.K. Rowling + New Book

So I am proudly, a part of the Harry Potter generation. I was probably one of the more obsessed ones, and I truly believed that I would attend Hogwarts (hopefully Gryffindor or Ravenclaw!) and that a little letter would be addressed to me, sent to the mailbox by owl post. I waited impatiently for the books to come out, and reread all the old ones until I knew every sentence; I even once tried to go to the midnight premiere of the Goblet of Fire to no avail. (Neither parent was vaguely interested in such things, and I was not yet thirteen at the time.) And of course, I have to thank the wonderful J.K.Rowling for these magical books that were embedded in my veins. I used to run around school pretending I was Herminone/Harry (I didn't like Ron for some reason.) and shoot spells with a random stick I most likely found in my back yard.

So now that the HP generation is all grown up, I'd say either high school or college age now, Mrs. Rowling is writing yet another book. I saw this tidbit of news through the newest edition of Entertainment Weekly, something that still comes to me thanks to the teenage boy who used to inhabit my room. I flipped through it to see nothing, but a mob attacking J.K.Rowling with pens and hardback Harry Potter books. Feeling more intrigued, I read on, and apparently she is writing one aimed at adult groups, perfect for the now grown-up kids who lived with Harry. Dubbed The Casual Vacancy, it is supposed to be a follow-up to the legendary series that we all know and love (If you don't, then be quiet Muggle. No one appreciates a hater). She appears to starting a clean slate, different publisher, different audience, different book. I can't wait to read this book! Mark your calenders for September 27th.

And now time for Harry Potter quotes! Just kidding, just one. "Lily? After all this time?" "Always." Gets me every time. And don't even start on Fred's death. I'm just a human hose at that point. But toodles!

Another haul: I just can't stop my habits!

Bonjour all, ca va? Or hola! So it is slightly a more reasonable time, 11 on the dot here. And today, I indeed did go shopping again but no clothes, just some beauty/hair things for camp in one week! Yay!

So let's get started!

1. Not Your Mother's: Beach Babe texturizing sea salt spray. First off, smell this. It is the most lovely coconut smell ever and I hate coconuts with a passion! Especially those Almond Joys. But anyway, it makes your hair wonderfully wavy and nice. I wish I could compare it to Bumble and Bumble's spray, but alas I don't have $24 to spend on a little bottle. Oh and this amazing hair spray was like $5. Nifty, and fantastic on a bad hair day. It also works on wet or dry hair; obviously better on wet, but not sopping wet. You get the jist.

2. Vaseline! ($1 or so) So I just got a little mini ad it is so cute! I don't know what it is with miniature objects, especially hair/beauty/anything girly, I love and generally gravitate towards. So Vaseline is just great, it can work as nail polish remover when the polish is still wet, it moisturizes your lips, elbows, knees, etc. I just love Vaseline.

3. Q-tips! I love these! Quick fix for makeup or nails or poking in your ears when you've got pool water in them. I'm serious! I'm not sure what else to say.

4. Glade ($3-you never know how dorms are.) So I got some limited edition kind because the packaging was pink and floral and pretty. And it smells amazing! It's a sweet floral, not old granny kind. It's got like honeysuckle, lily of the valley, and something else I forget. It smells great. Case closed.

5. Stridex pads ($4) if you want to skip those 3 step things, just swipe one of these babies on your face, rub the solution in, and breakouts be gone! I personally love the smell of these, but it works wonderfully on my oily, acne-prone face.

6. Rainbow contact cases! ($4) It's super important to replace these! People have gone blind from not changing the solution and cases. And rainbow makes it all better.

7. Contact solution ($9) Bausch and Lomb are hands-down the best. I do like opti-free, but the pure vision or whatever works wonderfully. My contact never itches or hurts in this solution.

8. Notebook & Index cards- yeah I got this for the class I'm taking. Not too fancy.

9. I almost forgot! Clean and Clear Morning Burst face wash is my holy grail morning product and I got some too!

So that's my haul, pretty short not too boring hopefully. Thanks guys! Bye, have a great day! Oh and I love Arnold Palmer so I got a gallon of it (: and some random pictures at the store. Penguin duct tape, hunger games (may the odds be ever in your favor) and Captain America!

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Guys, Channing Tatum(; & Packing

You guys are in for a goodie! It's currently almost 1 in the morning and my writing juices are flowing.

Soo I really don't understand guys, and it's really frustrating! I can't stand not knowing, am I a friend or am I something more? Let me know! My confusion makes me do dumb things and regret them after. So there's a story behind all this madness and a very complicated love hexagon thing . So there was this guy in my English class and we didn't talk too much, I'd Facebook him if I needed the assignment or needed help, something like that. Well soon the little talks turned into big long, right afterschool to 12 at night conversations. And unmistakably, I started to like him, which was dumb on my part. I saw no one else who could possibly like him ever; but yet there were a lot of girls who had this same feeling and I failed to realize this. So when The Hunger Games premiered, I invited said guy to go with me and some friends as a strictly fun, casual movie night. We had an okay time, I cried as usual during Rue's death (that scene gets me every time..) and he had to leave straight after so we didn't get to talk. Later, we went and saw Mirror, Mirror (Lily Collins, you are so pretty, I want to be you. And Armie Hammer, my love for you is undescriable. Finnick!) and we went to the mall after. I thought we had a good time, and our conversations extended further, later and later. All during this love chase that I thought I had going on, I hung out with one of my other guy friends. I love the kid to death, but his ex was not one I wanted to mingle with. She and I were best friends until she started to pick fights with me, because I was on her ex's side. But anyway, one faithful night, I was texting both guys, no biggie right? Wrong. Guy uno asked me who I liked before, and once I told him who I had liked before him. And then guy number two magically revealed that he liked me. Bam! I was caught up with all my crazy emotions and let them take rein. So I did the worst mistake of my whole life: I confronted the guy I liked. And he told me very politely that he didn't feel the same way.
So I cried for days and watched When Harry Met Sally on repeat and ate ice cream, and as time went on, both relationships fizzled down to friendship. And then boom, another curve ball. My best friend liked the guy who stomped all over me. How could I react to this? I wanted to cry even more, so I did. Now everything is okay, and all of them are good friends.
This rant was really long, sorry! But I just don't understand! I get myself into crazy situations without intending to. It's an act of nature. But on a brighter note, MAGIC MIKE! Channing Tatum is fineeeee. He actually was a stripper before so this was right up his alley. I haven't yet seen it, but I'm planning to! Have you guys seen it? Oh and two bonuses in it: Alex Pettyfer and Robert Downey Jr.

So I'm a super slow packer, and it's irritating. But that's all on that note.
Good night everyone! Comment (:

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Scary Experiences

So I'm sure everyone has been afraid at some point in their life, whether it be a lifelong, paralyzing fear, or a mini one. Today I experienced something that turned my world for a ride, and I'm currently super paranoid. Even the smallest sound makes me start to doubt the security of my room. But what led up to this crazy reaction?

Well today, my good friend and I walked from our job to a close by McDonald's to grab a bite to eat, and it was nice, except the people there were a little weird.. And the employees also called for a lock-down, which I found extremely intimidating, to which point we therefore left and started the short, fifteen minute walk back. We were talking casually, and suddenly this guy on a standard bike mumbled "Coming through." and we parted to let him through. Keep in mind that bikes are far faster than foot. And then he stopped at the stoplight, which we didn't see as odd, but then he started to leer at us and said "Don't be scared, I won't hurt you, come down to the stoplight." or something among those lines. That's when we started to worry, and we immediately crossed from where we were and were planning to call 911. I could hear several racial slurs directed towards myself (I'm an Asian-American, and proud) like "Get back on the boat!" and "Chink." that one word bothers me more than any other insult, but I was much too scared to think anything of it. So we were walking fairly quickly at this point, and then I turned around to look if he was behind us, and he gave us the dirtiest look, as he started to chase after us on his BIKE. (My friend and I were wearing ballet flats and sandals.) so we started to sprint, and I sprinted harder than ever before, and we were screaming for help the whole block down. Luckily for us, there was a cafe on the end of the block, which I ran inside and explained our situation to a lady and also across the street, there were people having lunch outside. Neither of us were hurt, just a little emotional scared.

I have never felt more fear in my whole entire life. The sinking pit in my stomach, the paranoia and anxiety is more than imaginable. I sprinted my legs out. I wanted nothing more than to escape this man. I believe it would have been quite the sight to see, but I'm so glad that many people were kind and understanding. I was near tears and I was just glad that nothing worse had happened. I just wanted to share my daily dose of fear. I'm pretty sure I can't even sleep today. I've never been more terrified. I don't even what to think about What if's right now. My heart is still pounding. Have you guys had any terrifying experiences? Let me know! Or tell me something random, that's cool too!

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Haulage: Through the Internet/Blogger!

So I'm too insecure to talk to a video camera about things without worrying about how I am in general and how I'm coming off, and all sorts of stuff. So this is my haul and review of a few things I've gotten recently.

1. Body Central- I don't really like this store, a bit too flashy and clubby for my everyday style. But I found a really nice skirt there; it's a bodycon one, and it's pink, white, and black! I like it and I'm going to wear it when we dress up for home games. It was $12.90 by the way, not too bad.

2. Hollister- home of the dark, fragrant clothes with seagulls. Anyway, I was looking for colored jeans, and I saw this bright fire engine red pair there, and got it as an impulse buy. Also my friend was there, and when girls shop together, they get everything the other recommends. Or at least in my case. They're jeggings, and quite comfy. But $50 though, yikes.

3. American Eagle- so I love this store a lot, but sometime the price makes me want to hide. So I got a crop top that says "Wild heart" ($12?) and some white short shorts ($25). Short, sweet, and to the point.

4. Some salon- Sebastian 24 shaper hold hairspray (2 for $12) and the price is the only reason I got it. I love this hairspray, but the price of one normal can at like $12-15 is outrageous, at least for me (note: I'm a broke highsc hooler.) it works amazing, and I use it everyday, just to ensure no flyaways and things like that, especially since it's so humid here. And I work in a chemistry lab all day in a basement. It's a little harsh on my hair.

4. CVS- Covergirl Lashfusion water-resistant. So I was really clueless when I picked this out, and I got it for it's nice pretty purple packaging. It's really not water-resistant at all, and I could sweat all of it off during practice. Black streaks are not preferred. It's probably the stupidest six dollars I've spent. And I also got the Yes to Carrots tinted lim butter/balm, I forget in the shade rosy bloom. It's a nice mauve color in the tube, but really it just darkens the natural color of my lips which I like for summer. It was six dollars also though, which I find a little weird, but that's okay.

Okay so that's all from me! I hope you guys liked it and have a great fourth of July! Have a good time, and be safe! Thanks!