Recently, I seems to be doing nothing besides studying and watching TV. Heh actually quite okay lah. Bored but I'm still alive. Lol.
The last time I had an outing is with youth fellowship, where we got the chance to visit the border line of Indonesia and Malaysia. It was hotttt! But nice ;)
Before going I thought it'll be like, a ton of police and one huge immigration stop where you need to show your passport or surrounded with whatever high tech gadgets stuff but then I was wrong. Very very wrong. It's just a few police sitting under the sun, and a couple large rows of stall selling goods. The things they sell there were quite cheap and there's some cool antique like the old model of Nikon for sale! x) I doubt if they're real :P
I've brought a yellow colour sunglass! Hehe :)
Anyways, this is what I've been doing despite reading and studying or worrying about SPM.
Before that, remember 蓝色生死恋?
It was my first 偶像剧, watched thrice and made me cried at every ending. Lol it was really nice mah~ :/
小恩熙 from 蓝色生死恋 really's so cute I can't stop loving her even till now.
文根英 acted in Marry me, Mary and she's still so preeeeeety x))))
I can't wait to watch the ending :))
I somehow got myself to watch City Hunter which thanks to Reb, I thoroughly watched finish :) It's not that typical type of korean drama and I've heard so much compliment about it so.... I watched x) I'm not so into it but since......
This guy is the main male character *drools* . So I watched! Hehe but I only choose to watch the scene only when he's acting :P omeeee 人是现实的啦. Haiyo.
Take this for an example,
Now I'm still watching Boys Over Flowers (I know I know, I choose to watch now because I only feel like watching now mah)
So..... back to the point. 具惠善 is so ignorant and strong hearted, so I fell in love with her instead of 李民浩. x)
Did I mention 金贤重 is drop dead gorgeous too? xP
Instead of this,
I'll for sure choose this. :P
No offense, but I somehow like 李民浩 better when he's acting in Personal Taste, where he was mistaken as a gay but actually he's not. Haha.
He's much pretty here mah. And also a 典型男子 :))))
Despite being an asian, I love watching anime too!
This old drama-converted-anime is so sadly romantic :/
Everything's so sad it's heart breaking but also somehow addictive...
Then again, I need balance. I'm in love with Maid Sama! It's my second time watching but I still love it! C:
Heee this couple just can't get cutter. x)
I'm now obviously a typical 新时代宅女 right? By the way, how to say 宅女 in English? :/
then I got so curious and searched the net, here's what I get from Dark Panther.
I've heard people use 'geek/nerd' and 'indoorsy' to describe 宅男、宅女。 I've also heard people use homeboy and homegirl.
However, the strict/technical definition of homeboy/homegirl is:
1) close friend
2) gang member
So you need to be careful when using it. You need to say the proper sentence.
If you say:
He is my homeboy. (close friend)
The homeboy just did a drive by and shot 10 people at the birthday party. (Gang member)
Homeboy over here never leaves his house! (indoorsy)
Geek and nerd is possible, but many people who like to stay indoors do not necessarily have to be geeky or nerdy, so I don't like this term that much. Indoorsy is probably the most precise technical term, but this defintion is somewhat lacking in my opinion because there are a lot of characteristics that a 宅男、宅女 has that the term 'indoorsy' does not describe.
For example: 宅男、宅女 are often associated as choosing to withdraw from social life to varying degrees. They often set their own sleep schedules, typically waking in the afternoon and going to bed early in the morning.
For some (but NOT all), who are considered nerdy or geeky, their days are characterized by long spells of sleeping, while nighttime hours are spent watching TV, drawing, playing computer games, surfing the Internet, reading, listening to music, and other non-social activities. While such people favor indoor activities, most venture outdoors on occasion, though they prefer to do so at night.
Therefore, I think the best way to describe such a person is to use the term 'homeboy/homegirl'. But additional context must be given in the sentence(s) stated. Because as I mentioned before, 'homeboy/homegirl' has other meanings."
My question ain't answered yet, right?
Next challenge, SPM! *knees shaking harder, heart beating faster, hand's trembling................ but before that, my driving test's next Tuesday. Wish me luck! :) xo