The only kind of Newt I like


Photo credits: Google, lol.

I had one of the best mornings yesterday! After a long torturous wait of 4-5 month-ish, I finally caught “The Maze Runner” in cinemas!

You have no idea how much I want to bottle up the first-time-watching-TMR feelings into a bottle so that I can relive those moments all over again. If you haven’t watch it, you had better! Hands down one of the bestest movies I’ve watched this year. I knew it was gonna be awesome! The movie set was hella amazing and I had no idea how they made the Maze, but it was even better than what I had expected. Somehow, they always managed to choose such a perfect cast too. Newt is definitely my favourite character in both the book and film, with Thomas close behind. However, in the movie, they made Teresa seemed a bit useless. And Gally seemed less of an a-hole in the movie, which makes me like him!

You have no idea how long I waited for this movie lol. My entire to-do list for 2014 only had one thing: 1) Watch The Maze Runner. Which reminds me that the September that I thought was never gonna come, is finally here. Actually, it’s almost over -__- Is time passing by faster as we grow up? Now that the only thing on my todo list has been cancelled off, my 2014 is officially over. Haha!

Can’t wait for The Scorch Trials to come out next year!!!!!! Another 365 days worth of anticipation…… I think I’m already looking forward to 2015. 🙂

PLEASE GO WATCH IT!!! The only regret you’ll have is not watching it. Read the book too!


Life on a tiny planet with big problems

If you are following the news daily but still unable to comprehend the whole situation going on in the Middle East (which is understandable because the cause of a war is and will always be messy), give this post a read! No not my post. This:

It’s a tad long but I finally understood the situation more clearly, and by “understood” I mean “I-get-why-you-guys-might-be-continuously-starting-a-war-against-one-another-but-I-still-don’t-see-how-wars-can-ever-be-a-good-idea”.

We should never forget that religion is always an extremely sensitive issue. But sometimes I wish humanity can learn to ignore their cultural/religious/gender differences for once and focus on what we all have in common instead. One thing for sure, I don’t think I will ever figure out how the world works. I can never figure out why religion is such a beautiful thing, yet people are using it as a reason to kill one another. Or why anti-gay laws are implemented even though common sense tells us that one feeling we cannot have control over is Love.

Here’s one of my favourite quotes from an Irish writer and poet, Oscar Wilde: “We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” Well? Isn’t that meaningful?

Okay now I shall tell you this: Oscar Wilde was a homosexual. And here you go, read the quote again. “We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” Does it sound less beautiful? No, right? I think you know what my point is. Who we choose to love, who we choose to see as our God, why does it even matter? Does it make us any less different from who we truly are? Too bad there are lots of people in the world whom are going to have “Yes” as their answer. Love and Faith. Who knew they would ever become reasons to fight?

Well, I guess I should at least mention 2 good things that happened in this month’s news. 1) There are some progress with the Ebola vaccine and I really hope it’ll work out. 2) Our ozone layer is showing very small (but still there!) signs of….*cues drum rolls*…IMPROVEMENTS! Continue to go green, everybody. Don’t stop just because you’re “this teeny weeny human being that won’t matter even if I used too much toilet paper even though I don’t have a big a-hole” The world is actually made up of all these teeny weeny human beings, in case you haven’t realise.

If you are bored or really bored, remember to read

“Things that don’t concern you today, may concern you tomorrow.” -ME 🙂 I even googled to make sure no one else said it before, mwahahaha. Well, have a good night to whoever that’s nice enough to even visit this site! 🙂

P.S Did you know that having 5 fingers on one hand is a recessive trait? Recessive aka “inferior” trait in Layman’s terms. Having 6 fingers is actually the dominant trait! So, what may seem normal to you might not even be the norm. I mean, who started deciding that liking the opposite gender is a norm, and liking the same is not? 😉