reblog and make a wish
this is my second time reblogging and my first wish came true so
i have to
i did this a few days ago and it also came true, i was freaked out like fuck
here goes nothing
well lets see
i remember a few months ago, wishing that my crush would like me back on this post
and now he’s my bf
..WISHING AGAIN. YAY
Not going to lie, I made a wish when I reblogged this this morning, and my wish came true an hour ago.
I’M SCREAMING I FORGET WHAT I WISHED FOR WHEN I ORIGINALLY SAW THIS AWHILE AGO BUT I THINK I WISHED FOR 1/5 AND I GOT THAT??? HOLY R234RWEDFSCSDGDFSF
whATS LIFE OMG THE NOTES
i made a wish the other day and it came true no joke
wishing again <3
i’ll give it a try
The Man Who Lives Alone
My Intro to Comics final about ghosts and love.
Brian Cox dressed as a 50s BBC Sound Man for some reason. In this weeks issue of Radio Times BAFTAS insert.
He looks like our physics lab technician, except 20 years younger and with hair.
When I was younger, I used to blog a lot about my life. It was fun until I hit high school, and I’d rather blog about my opinion. But blogging about your opinion is not right either, when you have my point of view. I was young, I just hit puberty, and I was angry- just like firecrackers, and it hits me.
One of my favourite blogger was called Raditya Dika - not his real name, but I love the way he wrote about his everyday routine, especially when he was studying in Australia. He’s a comical genius (in my opinion). I knew him when I was at the edge of year 7, where a friend of mine gave me a leaving present; a book called ‘Kambing Jantan’ or Male Goat, which is a paperback version of Raditya Dika’s blog. First time I read it, I was hooked.
Couples of years later, someone made a movie about the blog, starring himself. I don’t have the guts to watch it, as I have a very very high expectation about this move, and I don’t want to be disappointed. And yes, according to my friend whom watched this movie at the premier time, said this is the worst movie they’ve ever seen.
After listening and reading about people’s comments on the movie, I kind of lost my respect to Raditya Dika. He was a genius on writing, but a failure in film. After his ‘success’ in the movie, he published some more books, not in the blog version, but more like a compilation of short stories, which, to be fair, get less funnier and funnier each time. I’ve lost my hope, and I haven’t heard about him since.
A year ago, I discovered that Indonesia is now in a new comedy era, the stand up comedy, where the comedian/ comic is considered to be funny, but smart at the same time. Raditya Dika, is one of the pioneer of stand up comedy. He is surprisingly funny on stage. I gain a bit of respect for him, until I discovered that his jokes are running around on girls, how pathetic are them, how weird, and how it was very hard to understand them. Then other people starts to watch stand up comedy on cafes, even tv channels starts airing special stand up comedy programs. They even have a competition called ‘Stand Up Comedy Indonesia’ - but I have to say, it is way better than watching a bunch of comedians mocking each other on stage, smashing their properties, and etc etc… As a woman, I don’t really like this topic. If he is really good at stand up comedy (i.e he’s a judge in that stand up comedy competition), then make another joke, which is as funny as when you were talking about how weird and pathetic we are.
Then he made a new short sitcom, called ‘Malam Minggu Miko’ or Miko’s Saturday Night, which is a story about him, the girls he’s trying to date, his housemate, and his lovely, loyal, yet a bit of an imbecile maid . It is quite funny, and entertaining, in fact, I’m starting to gain my respect back for him. He’s the comic genious I know, the guy who wrote Kambing Jantan. But, surprise- surprise, he’s going to make another movie called Cinta dalam Kardus, or Love inside a cardboard box, which is based on his Miko’s Saturday Night. Looking at its trailer, I guess it is still about girls, how hard they are to get, and how annoying they could be (according to Raditya Dika), but still you really want to be with them, this time with a touch of stand up comedy - where it spread like wild fire in Indonesia, I guess.
I hope the movie is going to be as funny, as Malam Minggu Miko, if not please, stop making and starring your own unfunny movie.