Thursday, July 7, 2011
Thursday, June 10, 2010
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, LOVE !
Sweet sixteen, eyy ?
Forget it lah, you're sweet all the time . Not only when you're sixteen .
Enjoy your sixteenth year on the planet .
Hope Allah blesses you with all the good things you wish to have in life .
Let's keep in touch till our butts get wrinkly, okay ?
And don't forget our traffic light plan, okay ?
I LOVE YOU SHOOOO MUCH <3
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
“I was in love with her, so deeply in love that I didn’t care if she was sick. I didn’t care that we wouldn’t have long together. None of those things mattered to me. All I cared about was doing something that my heart told me was the right thing to do. In my mind it was the first time God had spoken directly to me, and I knew with certainty that I wasn’t going to disobey.
I know that some of you may wonder if I was doing it out of pity. Some of the more cynical may even wonder if I did it because she’d be gone soon anyway and I wasn’t committing much. The answer to both questions is no. I would have married Jamie Sullivan no matter what happened in the future. I would have married Jamie Sullivan if the miracle I was praying for had suddenly come true. I knew it at the moment I asked her, and I still know it today.
Jamie was more than just the woman I loved. In that year Jamie helped me become the man I am today. With her steady hand she showed me how important it was to help others; with her patience and kindness she showed me what life is really all about. Her cheerfulness and optimism, even in times of sickness, was the most amazing thing I have ever witnessed.”
-Novel 'A Walk To Remember' <3
Came across this when I was on Tumblr .
THE SCHOOL LIBRARY, A TABLE STACKED HIGH WITH BOOKS. A GIRL (Jamie) SITS AT THE TABLE, PAPERS SPREAD OUT IN FRONT OF HER AS SHE STUDIES.
KENNETH: So, they broke up.
JAMIE: I know, aren’t you just shocked?
KENNETH: Ha, I know, right? Another one bites the dust; that was what, a week?
JAMIE: Six days.
KENNETH: Hey, for Kay that’s practically a record.
KENNETH: (sits down beside her) Okay, so how long has her longest relationship been?
JAMIE: (thinks) Um, two months? And that’s only because Fender was doing that exchange program for a month.
KENNETH: Dude, me and you could last longer than that together.
JAMIE: I know, right? It’s ridiculous. And you know Matthew already asked her out?
KENNETH: (taps his pencil against the side of the table) What, seriously?
JAMIE: Yep. She texted me earlier today. Wanna bet on how long that one’s gonna last?
KENNETH: Her and Matty-boy? (laughs) Wouldn’t surprise me if they lasted two hours.
JAMIE: We could last longer than them easy.
KENNETH: (looks up) You want to?
JAMIE: What, date you?
KENNETH: Well, yeah, not seriously, but like…
JAMIE: Like to see if we last longer than Kay and Matty? Um, yeah.
KENNETH: For real?
JAMIE: For real. Dating you is probably the only way I’ll be able to live through that relationship.
WEEK ONE. JAMIE AND KENNETH STAND IN A KITCHEN. KENNETH SITS AT THE TABLE, DRINKING A GLASS OF MILK, WHILE JAMIE PULLS OUT A BAG OF CHIPS AHOY!
JAMIE: So how does this work?
KENNETH: How does what work?
JAMIE: This dating thing with us.
KENNETH: Oh. I guess… I’m your boyfriend now.
JAMIE: Right, but like, are we kissing and stuff?
KENNETH: Oh. That would probably be awkward, wouldn’t it?
JAMIE: Yeah, probably.
KENNETH: So then we just, you know, don’t.
JAMIE: Okay, cool. (sits at the table next to him)
KENNETH & JAMIE: Wait—
JAMIE: Yeah… how is that different from us usually?
KENNETH: (shakes head) I have no idea.
WEEK TWO. A NICE RESTAURANT, DRESSED-UP COUPLES SIT AT DIMLY-LIT TABLES WHILE KENNETH AND JAMIE, BOTH DRESSED WELL, SIT AT A TABLE NEAR THE DOOR.
KENNETH: First date.
JAMIE: (grins) First date.
KENNETH: This is weird.
JAMIE: Exceptionally weird. And this place is…
KENNETH: Creepy beyond words?
JAMIE: It’s like we’re in The Stepford Wives. I mean, do you see these people? They’re ridiculous. I think they might actually be robots.
KENNETH: I was working with the theory of wax mannequins come to live, but I guess robots would work too.
JAMIE: Oooh, mannequins. I like that idea.
KENNETH: Right? I thought it was pretty swank, myself.
KENNETH: Yeah… that’s a word, right?
JAMIE: (laughs for too long)
KENNETH: Okay, it’s not that funny. Seriously, seriously…
JAMIE: (gaining composure) Right. Sorry. Of course.
KENNETH: (smiles) I think this is going alright, don’t you?
JAMIE: The date?
KENNETH: Yeah. As far as first dates go, I mean…
JAMIE: Yeah, I’ve actually not had a first date before.
KENNETH: (eyes go wide) You’re kidding.
JAMIE: (shakes head)
KENNETH: Jamie! Your first date is with me? That’s ridiculous.
WEEK THREE. A LIVING ROOM. KENNETH IS SITTING ON THE COUCH AND JAMIE WALKS THROUGH THE FRONT DOOR, DROPPING HER PURSE ON THE FLOOR.
JAMIE: So Kay’s pissed at me.
KENNETH: You just said “pissed.”
KENNETH: You don’t cuss.
JAMIE: Yeah. Well, she’s provoked me. (sits down beside him)
KENNETH: Okay, why is she mad at you?
JAMIE: (points at him)
KENNETH: (points at self) Me?
KENNETH: Okay, the boyfriend is now confused.
JAMIE: (fake grin) She’s mad because I’m dating you. Apparently she has, “like, a totally huge crush on you.”
KENNETH: Wow, that Kay-voice was creepy. Have you practiced that?
JAMIE: (shrugs) It’s a gift.
KENNETH: A scary one. And she’s dating Matthew, right?
JAMIE: Oh, yeah, like that matters to her.
KENNETH: Good point.
KENNETH: Does she know we’re not really into each other?
JAMIE: (stares) No, what was I supposed to say? That we’re dating to annoy her?
KENNETH: And for a fun social experiment, sure.
JAMIE: (hits head against wall) Maybe you should just go out with her.
KENNETH: I don’t like her.
JAMIE: So? You don’t like me and we’re dating.
KENNETH: Yeah, but you know I don’t like you.
WEEK FOUR. JAMIE AND KENNETH SIT AT A KITCHEN TABLE, EATING SANDWICHES.
JAMIE: Are you keeping track of the Great Kay Freeze Out?
KENNETH: Oh, you know it. Seven days so far.
JAMIE: So this is about as long as most of her relationships.
KENNETH: Yeah, and speaking of that, who ever though Matty-boy would be a keeper?
A SCHOOL HALLWAY. JAMIE STANDS AT HER OPEN LOCKER WHILE KENNETH APPROACHES HER.
KENNETH: hey, you want to hang out later?
JAMIE: (closes locker) I wish, but you know… Kay’s talking to me now, so I have, you know, best friend obligations.
KENNETH: Ah, more important than your boyfriend, I see.
JAMIE: It is when the boyfriend is fake and the best friend has just been angry at me because of him. You follow?
KENNETH: Oh yeah, perfectly. Hey! When did she forgive you?
JAMIE: Last night. Why?
KENNETH: Because. (grins) This means her and Matty-boy are over.
JAMIE: (leans against lockers) Okay, that’s a little depressing to think of, but you’re probably right.
KENNETH: I’m definitely right.
JAMIE: Hm. Has anyone ever told you that you’re arrogant?
KENNETH: Arrogant? Me? No way, Jamie, I just know what I know. (turns to leave)
JAMIE: (grabs his shirt sleeve)
KENNETH: (turns around)
JAMIE: Did Matthew call you?
KENNETH: (grins) Maybe.
JAMIE: Yeah, your face has “inside knowledge” written all over it.
KENNETH: Hey, have a good time with your so-called best friend.
THE SAME KITCHEN AS BEFORE, JAMIE AND KENNETH SITTING AT THE TABLE.
JAMIE: So, you were right.
KENNETH: Well, that lasted a month.
JAMIE: And we beat them.
KENNETH: Also we survived their obnoxiousness. Celebratory high five?
JAMIE: (high fives him) You know it. So what happens with us now?
KENNETH: I mean, obviously this was just us being jerks to Kay and Matty-boy by being better at relationships than them.
JAMIE: Yeah, obviously.
KENNETH: And we don’t honestly like each other.
JAMIE: Not like that, no.
KENNETH: Of course not.
JAMIE: (shrugs) So we break up.
KENNETH: Right, yeah.
JAMIE: So, cool. Yeah.
WEEK SIX. THE SCHOOL LIBRARY, KENNETH SITS AT A TABLE, STUDYING INDEX CARDS AND HISTORY BOOKS.
JAMIE: Okay, I have to talk t you.
KENNETH: Oh, hello ex-girlfriend. You could quiz me for my history exam.
JAMIE: Wow, as super-fun as that sounds, I’d really rather not. Can I sit?
KENNETH: Of course.
JAMIE: (sits across from him) Okay, don’t make me feel stupid when I say this, please.
KENNETH: (serious face) Nobody can make you feel stupid without your consent.
JAMIE: (laughs) Yeah, whatever, Dr. Phil.
KENNETH: Only YOU can control your feelings.
JAMIE: Yeah, see, that’s the thing.
KENNETH: The thing’s the thing!
JAMIE: (rolls eyes) Kenneth?
KENNETH: Yes? I’m totally paying attention to you.
KENNETH: (points at her) Alright, go. Talk.
JAMIE: I like you.
KENNETH: You… like me?
KENNETH: And you’re being serious?
JAMIE: (laughs nervously) Wow, you’re really making me drag this out, aren’t you?
KENNETH: I like you too. I didn’t say anything before because, you know, you were so gung-ho about breaking up with me and we weren’t a real couple. You know, it was just…
JAMIE: Really weird?
JAMIE: Awesome, so, we’re back together?
KENNETH: (smiles) Crazier things have happened.
JAMIE: Reconciliatory high five?
KENNETH & JAMIE: (high five)
SWEET GILA K ! Hmm .