Posts Tagged ‘Gossip Girl’

IMG_1095Hi people.Here’s one of my attempts at drawing! Its Sakura from the Tsubasa Chronicles in case she’s hard to recognize!

So, basically, I have nothing to say except that its damn hard to think of things to write about everyday. *sheepish face*

Here’s another picture;


So yeah, thats about it.

Oh yes, BWC and Fuzzy’s colleges have been decided and their headaches are done. I’m the only one left!! So unfair! *gets whiny*

As I leave you, here are some quite entertaining quotes from Gossip Girl;

Blair: If you cut revenge out of the Bible, there’s not even enough pages to make a pamphlet.

Georgina: I gave up my old ways when I let Jesus take the wheel.
Blair: That is a Carrie Underwood song, not a life choice!

Blair: You don’t sound like yourself.
Georgina: That’s because I’m not.
Blair: I don’t think Jesus would like that.
Georgina: You can tell Jesus the bitch is back.

Later Folks! Promise I’ll write a longer post sometime soon! iconator_81974403b92ca32b5a67efe2d6bd16ab

EDIT: This is the 150th post!

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iconator_81974403b92ca32b5a67efe2d6bd16abSo. I went looking for inspiration for a post and googled “What should I blog about”( I did. I really,really did.). I came across this article (which I loved) whose advice I decided to take.

Reading quotes is one of the ways I prefer to pass the incredibly large amounts of free time I now have. I’m going to combine two of the “Things to blog about” and make a list of a bunch of random quotes and see if they inspire me to write anything interesting at all.

Here goes;

History, real solemn history, I cannot be interested in. . . .The quarrels of popes and kings, with wars and pestilences in every page; the men all so good for nothing, and hardly any women at all.

-Jane Austen

This one made me laugh and shake my head in agreement. It doesn’t mean I hate reading anything historical. On the contrary, historical fiction is one of my favorite genres with regards to books or movies. I am, although, inclined to reading about great women in history as opposed to men. On this point I agree with her, all the men (atleast the ones I’ve read about) seem to want all the pleasures of power with none of the responsibilities! Maybe I am being unjust in my quick judgment but it is what I have percieved about them. The women, on the other hand, were amazing. Queen Elizabeth I, Juana Of Castille, Anne Boleyn, Catherine Of Aragon. All brilliant, independent and ambitious women. You might disagree with me about Anne Boleyn but I still loved her.

I know that’s probably not her point but well..Its mine!

So basically, I love this quote and it reminds me of another. Much to BWC and Fuzzy’s chagrin I am going to quote Blair Waldorf from Gossip Girl;

Anne Boleyn thought only with her heart and she got her head chopped off. So her daughter Elizabeth made a vow never to marry a man. She married her country.

-Blair Waldorf

Whatever you may say, I like her! She’s intelligent,funny and I enjoy watching her.

Moving on to our next quote:

Dreams are the eraser dust I blow off my page.
They fade into the emptiness, another dark gray day.
Dreams are only memories of the plans I had back then.
Dreams are eraser dust and now I use a pen.

-Edgar Allan Poe

I have nothing to say about this one except that its brilliant and I love it.

Anyone who says they have only one life to live must not know how to read a book.


Makes you smile doesn’t it? Its like a secret only those of us who read share. This reminds of something. When I was little, I always wondered who this Anonymous was who wrote such brilliant things. Every book or website I went to had its largest portion consisting of contributions by this man named Anonymous. It took me some time to learn what it really meant!

Always read something that will make you look good if you die in the middle of it.

~P.J. O’Rourke

XD Sorry, there no other way for me to express my reaction at this one!

So, there you go. This qualifies as some semblance to a post, right?As I leave,here are some quotes by people born on our birthdays!

Mine first;

Every normal man must be tempted at times to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats.

Henry Louis Mencken, born on September 12, 1880,
American humorous journalist and critic of American life who influenced US fiction through the 1920s, 1880-1956

BWC’s next;

All truth is parallel; All truth is untrue.

Rozz Williams,born on November 6, 1963
Singer of Goth band Christian Death, American musician, singer, poet and artist, 1963-1998

Finally, Fuzzy’s;

You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.

Naguib Mahfouz,born on December 11, 1911
Egyptian novelist and screenplay writer 1988 Nobel Prize for Literature, b.1911

Until Next Time!

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