The Last and The Next

December 31, 2009 § Leave a comment

I can’t believe that I’ve been trough one of the greatest (and the hardest) years of my life. Eehhmm. It’s almost the end of my adolescence. What  can I say? Time was ticking faster than I have ever thought.

Woah! That’s all about last year.  As people come and people go, there is one memorable thing about last year. You will be surprised by how fast your feeling could change easily. It‘s as simple saying abracadabra, at  first you will adore it, but you when you spell it twice it will turn into hate. Last year you might be hoping to sit next to someone you like, so you will have chance to talk with. But everything can happen in a year. So in the very next year, you may be hoping never see that person anymore in your life.
For 2010 I have no resolution anymore, I don’t believe at new year anymore, I’ll let my life float on. I’ll do people common habit. I won’t tell what’s inside my heart as I did in 2009. Because some people were succeeded to make me feel so insecure by being sincere to them. I’ll tell people what I don’t like from them, how they raise their voice, how they use me to do some favors, how they lie to me all the time, and so on. Who the hell they think they are?
Okay I think enough about the monologue. Let’s move on to a new day and let the bad things left behind, just like wise man says, “only good things remind at photo album “.
Goodbye 2009 and Welcome 2010,  have a good day in your life, dear reader!
Today’s downloadable mood (via 4shared):

Stereotyping People by Their Favorite Indie Bands

December 26, 2009 § Leave a comment

The XX
Blog enthusiasts who thought wearing a keffiyeha was awesome.

Passion Pit
Bros vaguely interested in listening to music and very interested in having sex with their girlfriend.

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Girls who bought checkered sneakers in the 8th grade.

Fleet Foxes
Hopelessly patchy beard growers.

TV On The Radio
Politically-correct hipsters.

Grizzly Bear
People who think that world hunger could be assuaged with four part harmonies.

Micachu and the Shapes
Chicks with bad teeth.

Dudes who think low production value is “authentic” and would go down on Todd P.

Steve Aoki
Alts who don’t “get” Hipster Runoff.

Joanna Newsom
People who have considered befriending a squirrel.

Devendra Banhart
People who have considered becoming a squirrel.

Animal Collective
Guys who make “Best of the Year” lists in January based predominantly on “feeling.”

The Antlers
Boys who enjoy crying more than their girlfriend.

Vivian Girls
Girls who purchase a guitar, buy flannel from the Salvation Army, wear glasses that they don’t actually need, and still can’t get the guy.

Vampire Weekend
Bros who try to make out with girls at concerts by relating to them via old Nickelodeon shows. “Remember Pete & Pete??”

Death Cab for Cutie
Girls who quote lyrics as their Facebook status.

Neon Indian
Gorilla Vs. Bear readers.

She & Him
People who hate Ben Gibbard.

Bon Iver
People with self-esteem issues and probably hate Ben Gibbard.

Washed Out
Those who comfortably accept chillwave as a genre.

Memory Tapes
Those who comfortably accept chillwave as a lifestyle.

The Shins
Premature alts who consideredGarden Statea life-altering viewing experience.


Tegan & Sara
Lesbians and guys who firmly believe that when there are two girls on stage together, there is a 63% chance of them making out.

St. Vincent

Indie rap fans who thought Tha Carter IIIwas too mainstream.

Ra Ra Riot
Girls who got their boyfriends to watch Me and You and Everyone We Know.

Bat for Lashes
Girls who wear leggings outside of ’80s-themed parties.

Guys who only read Pitchfork for the ratings and haven’t showered in at least two days.

Kimya Dawson
Chicks who are described by their girlfriends as “sweet” and “really nice” when guys ask if their friend is hot.

Anyone who thinks The Catcher in Ryeis the greatest book of all time.

Kid Cudi
Blipsters who still wear neon shoes and smoke pot.

The Flaming Lips
Self-actualized bros who grow pot.

Antony and the Johnsons
Guys who still cry every time they watch Bambi.

Matt and Kim
Closeted Blink-182 enthusiasts.

Here We Go Magic
Guys who are ‘over’ Gizzly Bear.

People who don’t listen to enough music.

Sufjan Stevens
People who believe in two things: Jesus and Juno.

Girls who don’t understand politics.

Regina Spektor
Girls who don’t understand boys.

Bros who, at one point in their lives, have tried to grow a mustache.

Arcade Fire
Frequent transcendental experience havers.

Avid doodlers.

Guys who go to concerts to relax.

Someone who, if presented with the opportunity to join a cult, would most definitely join that cult.

Boys who think Ocarina of Timeis the greatest game ever made.

Patrick Wolf
Gay guys.

Girls who throw up at every party.

Indie dudes who wear beanies and you can see the front of their hair pulled back beneath it.

Bros who drink shitty beer without ironic intentions.

Dirty Projectors
People who like way too many toppings on their pizza.

(via letmeworryaboutblank)


I think they didn’t have any better things to do except made that list. 😛

have you watched Away We Go yet?

December 19, 2009 § 1 Comment

I watched this film about a month a go, a little bit late review actually, but it’s okay anyway. A simple movie by Sam Mendes, about maturity, love, relationship, parenthood, friendship, a journey and a quarter life review, Away We Go.

Funniest Scene:


LN to Rodderick: They gave us a stroller.
Burt: What’s wrong with strollers?
LN to Burt: I love my babies. Why would Iwant to push them away from me?

A boy on hotel:

Beckett: Babies like to breathe, but they like to keep it a secret. I put a pillow over a baby once. She was sneaky, though. She kept breathing, but Ill try again…

Favorite Quotation:

While on Train

Verona De Tessant: Burt, are we fuck-ups?
Burt Farlander: No! What do you mean?
Verona De Tessant: I mean, we’re 34…
Burt Farlander: I’m 33.
Verona De Tessant: …and we don’t even have this basic stuff figured out.
Burt Farlander: Basic, like how?
Verona De Tessant: Basic, like how to live.
Burt Farlander: We’re not fuck-ups.
Verona De Tessant: We have a cardboard window.
Burt Farlander: [Looks at window] We’re not fuck-ups.
Verona De Tessant: [Whispers] I think we might be fuck-ups.
Burt Farlander: [Whispers back] We’re not fuck-ups.

My Favorite (and also the most memorable) Scene:

If I was the script-writer, the the dialogue will be like this:

Burt Farlander: “Whenever we go I don’t mind if we won’t able to catch up all places around the world, because for me you mean a whole world, dear Verona.”

am i not enough for you?

December 11, 2009 § 3 Comments

moriyama and sagara

it was taken from a comic, Get Love. its name sounds like an adult comic, but from content validity, surely it is not. Get Love is about high school football player, Sagara and his love story with Moriyama, the football manager.

from that piece of comic came a self-talk reminder:

Gis, udahan dong curhatnya!

monologue #60: let’s play hide and seek!

December 5, 2009 § 4 Comments

let me hide and i’ll let you seek me,

while in the other hand,

you won’t find me,



if you will,

i’ll pretend I’m not me.

let’s play this game,


trust me, I’ll win the game.

in the mean time,

i’ll be here,

behind the tree.

Where Am I?

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