Wednesday, June 30, 2010


Ahh, Eclipse comes out today.
This picture (above) is of Bella Swan and Jacob Black sharing a sleeping bag (because Bella was cold, and Jacob has an unnatural temperature higher than normal) and Edward is sitting nearby, reading Jacob's thoughts.
And Jacob and Bella are gazing into each other's eyes, waiting for the moment when they can produce some Black Swan dip with the ever-blossoming love.
(I wanted Bella to choose Jacob. He was so cute, and I felt sorry for him when the evil vampires broke his arm or something, and he was injured).

I actually want to see this movie.
Mainly for the cute cuddly dogs, and Seth and Leah. Because Seth and Leah were, by far, my favourite characters.
And yeah.

I also want to see Toy Story 3 at the movies. :D.
I loved the first two movies and really want to see the last one. Apparently, it's really good.
And yes, I'm still a kid. Seeing kiddy, cartoon movies. stfu.

So yeah.

Monday, June 28, 2010


I received this from Penguins Quack, who didn't really tag me but then again, who can be bothered tagging these days?

Using only titles from books on your bookshelf, cleverly answer these questions. Pass it on to 10 people you like and include me. Try not to repeat a title. It's a lot harder than you think!

Are you a male or female: Dairy Queen by Catherine Gilbert Murdock.

Describe yourself: Everything Beautiful by Simmone Howell. :D.

How do you feel: Undine by Penni Russon. (No idea what "undine" means. But it sounds good).

Where do you currently live: Town by James Roy.

If you could go anywhere, where would you go: Tomorrow, When the War Began by John Marsden.

Your favourite form of transportation: Apostle Bird by Gary Disher.

Your best friend is: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis. (I have great best friends, okay!).

You and your best friends are: Surf Sisters - Laurine Croasdale. (Okay, okay, me and my friends don't surf, but whatever okay!).

What's the weather like: Different Seasons by Stephen King.

Favourite time of day: Midnighters by Scott Westerfeld. (Midnight is awesome, okay? That's when I'm asleep!).

If your life was a TV show, what would it be called: Queen Kat, Carmel and St. Jude: Get A Life by Maureen McCarthy.

What is life to you: Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.

Your relationship: Looking for Alibrandi by Melina Marchetta. (Still looking for the right dude, lmao).

Your fear: The Maharajah's Ghost by Sophie Masson.

What is the best advice you have to give: To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee.

Thought for the Day: Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown.

How would you like to die: Loathing Lola by William Kostakis.

My soul's present condition: King Dork by Frank Portman.

My motto: Find Your Tribe by Rebecca Sparrow.

Yeah, I suck at this. Oh well, I tried. :D.
And here's some good news:

I reached 6,000 tweets today! Yeah, bring out the balloons and cake! All you dear readers of my blog can have a piece of the cake! Woooo~.


This is just a random picture, idk.
I just like it because I likes watermelon. :D.

Anyway, Collingwood downed the Swans on Saturday. Ha! :P.
Interesting fact: Luke Ball is cousins with the Sydney player Josh Kennedy (as opposed to the West Coast player and Socceroos player).
Is Luke Ball related to everyone? What is he, Tasmanian? (dodges tomatoes coming from Tasmania).
Apparently, some guy made this family tree or something, and it showed Luke Ball, Nathan Buckley and another player (Jonathon Brown, I think?) were all related. lol.

Oh and I watched Masterchef last night, and 11 of the eliminated contestants got to come back, and three of them would get to go back into the competition.
Anyway, I was so excited with Phillipe, Skye, Matt (the Kurt-lookalike), Sharnee (the ranga), and Jake (cement dude) got to come back. :D.

But sadly, Sharnee was the first eliminated (she failed at peeling prawns); Matt's pancakes weren't perfect enough for the fussy judges; when they made the Bruschetta Royale, Skye's hollandaise sauce split (fail whaleeeeeee!) and she was eliminated; and then, the stupid 7 contestants still in the competition didn't choose Jake or Philippe's dishes as the best. FAIL.

And the eliminated contestants that came back to the competition are just people I've forgotten/couldn't care less about. :(.
So, my favourites are still Marion, Alvin and Adam.
And the other seven contestants are boring. /masterchef fail.

It doesn't matter about any of the contestants, Marion's already won. Just give her the crown and move on.

And yeah.

Thursday, June 24, 2010


Yes, you read the title correctly.
Joanne was eliminated.
Thank God, because she was really starting to annoy me.
And when Joanne went home, only her husband and kids were waiting for her. And normally, when someone goes home after being eliminated, a whole ton of people are waiting for them. :P.

Anyway, I watched Glee last night.
BEST PART: Puck singing Good Vibrations or whatever the song was called.
And then, I liked the ending, where the New Directions sang Give Up The Funk (or something) in front of the Vocal Adrenaline. And at the end, Jesse was like, "They pulled out the one thing we couldn't do: Funk. I feel so depressed."
I hated Jesse so much, especially when he organised the egging in the carpark. Booooo.

And when Will and Terri were signing the divorce papers, Terri looked so different. wtf. Like, I knew it was Terri because there were divorce papers on the table and Will was there.
She looked different. idk.
But when she spoke, I knew it was her. Haha.

And that whole thing with Terri and Finn was just weird. At first, I thought Will had come into the shop and was planning on re-uniting with Terri. And I was like, "NOOOOOOOOO!" but then it was just Terri's imagination. :D.

Oh and I liked Quin's funky singing/dancing. She's pretty awesome, okay.
And now I know where Quin's been living for the past few weeks. Like, when Quin told her parents she was preggerz, she had to go live with Finn. But then, when Quin and Finn broke up, they never said who Quin was living with.
She was living with Puck in her post-Finn days. And because she got tired of Puck's mum's criticisms of her fatness (and everyone else's criticisms), Quin moved in to Mercedes' house (in the "Funk" episode, as Mercedes and Quin seem to have bonded over their "we're too fat for the Cheerios" connection).
I feel updated. It feels good. :D.

Anyhoo, it sucks that the last episode of Glee Season 1 won't be on for two weeks. I can't wait that long, nooooo!
And I've already had the result of Regionals spoiled for me, due to a certain person's Facebook status update. Ugh. :/.

Say hi to your mum for me, etc etc. :P.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010


What a good week.
Marion (who is my favourite on Masterchef) won BOTH challenges this week, yay!

And I know this is premature, and I shouldn't really say this seeing as nearly all my favourites have been eliminated from Masterchef, but I predict Marion will win Masterchef 2010.
I kid you not.
She's so happy ALL THE TIME. I love it. :D.
So yeah. You heard it here first. :P.

On with the good news, Julia Gillard is the new Prime Minister!
Well, because of my lack of knowledge of politics, I don't know whether she IS the Prime Minister NOW, or whether she could be the next prime minister if she wins the election.
Anyhoo, hopefully everyone votes for Labor over Liberal. Because I said so. :).
Julia Gillard's first act of PM: Payback for all the 'ranga' jokes over the years.

Now, to finish off a good week, I want to see Geelong get thrashed on Friday night, Sydney thrashed on the following night, and Adelaide thrashed on the following day. :P.
And Glee is on tonight. ^________^

Monday, June 21, 2010


(If you click on the picture, it should be bigger. idk).
I was doing the 2010 AFL Footy Fans survey and I came across the question "Which player would you love to hate?".
And I looked at the options you can choose from AND THOSE BITCHES PUT DALE THOMAS ON THE LIST! :(.
Dale Thomas works so hard every single game, tries his best, and has improved dramatically this year to be the star player that Collingwood hoped for when he was chosen as the number 2 draft pick.
I don't see why he is on this list. There are many other players that people should be hatin', rather than Dale Thomas.
And as for the other players on the list, why is Jack Anthony there? He hasn't done anything wrong. Okay, he might have got a few dodgy free kicks or something, but don't hate on Jack Anthony for THAT. A lot of forwards get given dodgy kicks, and Nick Maxwell knows all about this.
Fair enough putting Barry Hall, Fevola or Jason Akermanis on the list; three players who do stupid things and deserve to be hated.
But Alan Didak and Colin Sylvia?
Yes, I know Didak has been a naughty boy in the past, going out to nightclubs, getting drunk, being in Heath Shaw's car, etc. But now, Didak has improved his behaviour, he is a much better player nowadays and does not deserve to be hated in 2010.
And then, Colin Sylvia. Um, what has Sylvia done? I'm preeeeeeeetty sure (correct me if I'm wrong) that Melbourne players are good boys and work hard and it paid off on Queen's Birthday when they didn't let Collingwood win.
In conclusion, the Herald Sun should only put players in this list who are actually being "loved to hate". Dale Thomas is, certainly, NOT one of them.


I watched Masterchef and Good News Week yesterday. /tv geek.
Marion and Alvin won the cooking thingy/Pressure test where they had to cook one of Heston Blumenthal's signature dishes.
And Marion gets to cook against a chef to win immunity or something, idk. :D.

I like Marion, Alvin and Adam. And I hate Joanne. She's so annoying.
And Aaron is annoying too, especially with his horrible beanie and equally horrible hair.
Fail whale.

Anyway, on Good News Week, they had vuvuzelas (those awesome instruments that are played at the World Cup in South Africa) and it was funny. The end. :P.
Cal Wilson and Frank Woodley = win.

And goodbye.
P.S. Collingwood are playing Sydney on Saturday. My predictions: Dale Thomas and Jolly will kick 10 goals each, Collingwood will win by 102 points, and there will no behinds kicked by Collingwood. :).

Friday, June 18, 2010


Here are the answers to my true or false statements. I sort of cheated a bit and had a few lies, and a few truths, which wasn't what the instructions said. :/.

1. In year 10, I was innocently getting my lunch out of my locker, and out of nowhere, a mandarin hit me in the face.
Okay, this is true. I was at my locker getting my lunch and talking to a friend, and didn't notice the mandarin until it hit me. And then, it just fell on the floor (the mandarin, not me) and was all squished. And I'm like, "Ewww!" Weird, I know.

2. In primary school, this fat kid fell on me and I broke my arm.
Omg, I just threw this one in because it's funny. But it didn't happen to me, lol. :P.

3. This one time, at band camp, I pushed my sister in a lake.
If any of you thought this one was true, I should tell you a bit about me: I am not musically talented AT ALL (well, except for playing the triangle but I've been having lessons for years) and I do not have a sister.
So, basically, it's not even HALF true.

4. When I was about 11 or something, I walked into a door handle thingy, and got a cut above my eyebrow.
This actually is true. I got stitches above my eyebrow and it hurt a lot. :(.

5. In my lovely collection of cats which I constantly throw at people and act all crazy, there's one named Jimmy Bartel.
Well, this one is half true. In the present time (i.e. right now), I don't have a cat/s at all. But in the future (when I'm living in a caravan with seven cats), this will be true. So yeah.

6. When I was 8, I bumped into a wall and knocked out all my teeth, and THAT'S how I became a Collingwood supporter.
Pffft, this didn't actually happen. I just find it amusing. I didn't become a Collingwood supporter because I have no teeth. I have teeth, despite my love for lollies and chocolate and soft drink.

7. In year 8, I ate a plate of snails.
True, we went on a cruise to New Caledonia or something, and they served up snails for dinner one night. Yum.

And yeah.
That was fun to do, lol.

Thursday, June 17, 2010


Thank you to the wonderful Penguins Quack for this award:

Okay, there are some rules to go with this award.
  1. Thank the person who gave you the award
  2. Copy the logo and place it on your blog
  3. Link to the person who nominated you
  4. Tell up to six outrageous lies about yourself and at least one outrageous truth, or vice-versa
  5. Nominate seven "creative" writers
  6. Post links to the blogs you nominate
  7. Leave a comment on each blog letting them know they've won the award.
Okily dokily, here are the 7 statements that could be true or false. Enjoy!
Note to reader: I am a really bad liar. So, if you spot a statement that is ridiculously false, it probably is false. :/.

1. In year 10, I was innocently getting my lunch out of my locker, and out of nowhere, a mandarin hit me in the face.

2. In primary school, this fat kid fell on me and I broke my arm.

3. This one time, at band camp, I pushed my sister in a lake.

4. When I was about 11 or something, I walked into a door handle thingy, and got a cut above my eyebrow.

5. In my lovely collection of cats which I constantly throw at people and act all crazy, there's one named Jimmy Bartel.

6. When I was 8, I bumped into a wall and knocked out all my teeth, and THAT'S how I became a Collingwood supporter.

7. In year 8, I ate a plate of snails.

And yeah.
Have a guess as to which are true and which are false and I'll confirm them in the next post.
And tag yourselves, I'm too lazy and can't be bothered.
(Yeah, you might want to take the award away from me but whatever! /lazy).


Yo, guys! :D.
I have finished all my exams, yay.
And now, it's just sit back and do nothing for four whole weeks. ;).

I haven't done much lately (so there isn't much to blog about, sorry).
But I did watch the Melbourne vs Collingwood game on Monday.
Great game. First Collingwood was dominating, and then Melbourne dominated, but the scoreboard showed an even match.
And Collingwood kicked 22 behinds. Aww.

See, I told you all (a few blog posts ago) that Collingwood players should adopt Josh Kennedy's kicking/run-up style when going for goal. I'm smart, okay, just listen to me!
(Well, actually, the main problem wasn't the kicking goals, it was the fact that Collingwood's forward 50 was like a peak-hour train, I kid you not. Packed. Crowded. Every man and his dog was in there. lolwhut).

Anyhoo, Collingwood will be playing Sydney in two weeks, so Sydney will be copping a thrashing, haha.
And Collingwood will be back to its proper self, smashing teams with 13+ goalkickers, woooo~.
(And not many behinds, lol. They've kicked enough behinds this year to last them a lifetime, they won't bother kicking any more...).

And yeah, say hi to your mum for me, etc etc.

Friday, June 11, 2010

GLEEEEE. ^_____^

I watched Glee.
Okay. Yes, I do watch a lot of TV and blog about it constantly.
But whatever. Deal with it. :P.

Anyway, my thoughts on Glee last night:
  • Idina Menzel and Rachel singing Pokerface. Omg. They were so awesome together, and I'm not surprised that Idina is Rachel's mother. They look SO MUCH alike. lol.
  • Tina, scaring Principal Figgins. Ha! Serves him right for believing in vampires. :P.
  • Finn's shower-curtain Lady Gaga outfit. Ahhhh. And he came and stopped the bullies from bashing up Kurt. Ah, brotherly love. ;).
  • Puck, suggesting to name their daughter Jackie Daniels. Omg, lol. Puck's so clever. And Quin's outfit was awesome, all pink and stuff. :D.

And yeah. The whole episode was good (as per usual). Teehee.

Oh and I watched Masterchef too, and Skye left. ;_;

WHY. Are the judges just kicking off my favourites one-by-one? Like, they all had to make a curry, and all these people put tumeric in and there wasn't meant to be ANY tumeric. And Skye didn't put tumeric in, but she did put a whole heap of saffron in. FAIL WHALE.

And then, Skye went in a sudden death round with some other dude, and they had to name the spices. And Skye said, "Garam Masala" or whatever. And it was actually cloves. Ughhh. :/.

Stupid spices. Almost as bad as stupid white wine not being in the stupid soup when Phillipe was guessing the ingredients. :(.

And yeah. Collingwood play Melbourne on Monday~. Dale Thomas and Jack Watts will kick 10 goals each, and Collingwood will win by 40 points. And Brad Dick will kick lots of goals too. Because I said so. :P.

Say hi to your mum for me, etc etc. Goodbye.

Thursday, June 10, 2010


How many Justin Biebers could you take in a fight?

Created by Oatmeal

Oh yeah, bring it on! :P.

Saturday, June 5, 2010


Yay, it's the lovable Jack Watts! He kicked a goal yesterday (against Carlton) but that was basically all that he did. :/.
And his team lost. Booooo.
And Freo lost too.
And West Coast lost too.

And yesterday, I watched Happy Feet. Good movie, has some epically funny parts, but also very sad.
Like when I saw it in the cinema, I was all like, "Wooo~, this movie will be good and happy and omg!" and then it turned out to be about a penguin kicked out of his "family" thingy and left to survive on his own. Whyyyy. :(.

Anyhoo, during the ad breaks of Happy Feet, I'd watch West Coast vs Geelong.
West Coast actually did pretty good, they kept up with Geelong, and it was a very even match.
And Josh Kennedy, omg.
His run-up before he kicks a goal is so funny. :).
Like, his run-up is just different from other players' run-ups. And it's hard to describe it, idk.
But the main thing is, IT WORKS. He gets the goals. (Well, most of them anyway. Nobody's perfect).
So, I'm thinking, Travis Cloke should adopt his style.
No, seriously, dudes. Cloke has the marking down pat, he can mark the ball, no problem.
It's the kicking he needs to work on. Maybe another run-up style, y/n?

Anywayz, whatever.
The Celeb Singing Bee was good.
But Gyton Grantley was so funny and unfortunately, got knocked out in Round 1. Boooo!
And Frankie J Holden (who got stabbed with an ARIA in Sleuth 101, haha) was the winner.

And Sam Stosur lost the final, or whatever she was playing. :(.
Say hi to your mum for me, etc etc.