I'm a little disappointed that this blog has grown to be only images
and there’s barely any texts post in which I talk about my life, so I think I’ll make a promise to myself right now to start posting more personal texts blogs.
I just don’t know what to talk about. If you want to hear my view on topics and issues, put a message in my ask box! If you want, I could start a weekly song segment, where I post my current favorite song (it’ll probably be indie) and do a little review on it.
Also, chick-fil-a needs to go burn in hell, and people need to buy more oreos. Sorry, but the anti-same sex marriage views of the CEO of Chick-fil-a pisses me off so much. He called it arrogant and prideful to support same sex marriage. That’s just a really closed-minded and ignorant thing to say. BLAH
On other news, my admissions rep at FIDM asked me to write a blog post for the Official FIDM Blog! ♥ There’s an event next month at the LA campus that I’ll be going to and writing about! How exciting! :)
Also, I’m currently working for my aunt, doing the tedious task of copying each code from boxes of phone card onto an excel document. I’m hoping she pays well. I need back to school clothes soon. >.<
is it weird that I liked the first FMA anime better than Brotherhood?
I mean both sides have their positives, and I do like the ending of Brotherhood a lot better than the ending to the first FMA anime, but that’s only because its a very generic “everybody gets what they wished for in the end” ending. The first 13 episodes of FMAB are simply repeating things what happened in FMA, except it was very condensed too. Brotherhood was also a lot toony-er and less dark than in the first series. It was more comedic, which did make me laugh more, however it took away from the dark feeling of the first. I felt the darkness of the first series was probably its most appealing quality to me, so when it was not there, I was left disappointed. The second series was a lot more like a typical anime series, while the first felt so much more original and different.
*SPOILERS* Also, I didn’t really like how Lust wasn’t much of a developed character in the second series. She was one of my favorite characters in the first, but she dies pretty early on in Brotherhood. Same goes for Hughes. In the first series, he was introduced on a train in a really badass sorta way, but that whole portion was skipped over in the 2nd series and they met him in central, simply inviting Ed and Al to stay at his house. I feel like that first introduction of him, on the train, really showed his character, which is why I could feel so sad for his death, but when taken away, there’s less of an attachment to him as a character.
its just my opinion. anyone is entitled to disagree, but its how I feel.
decorating my house like insane for my cousin's Gaye Holud
basically a bangladeshi pre-wedding party where people feed the bride and groom and put yellow powder on them. sooooooooo much work and decorating.
so tired… but it looks so cool~
What I like about gaye holuds is that its a tradition that has no religious affiliation at all. you can be christian, muslin, hindu, atheist, whatever. it’s simply a tradition of bangali people. and the groom is mexican anyways, so its not limited to any specific beliefs or backgrounds c: