Literary Criticism progress?0 percent.
and the rest is written-attending class-exam.
Yes. Imma pighead zzz
Despite of whining and whining, moaning about my bad fate, how unlucky I am...
Wait. What was...? What the... I've just done it! Whining a lot. Sheez... I'll just do it, and struggle hard to get the best of what I'll have done. You know, I'm thinking about the "Fast Track" thesis that my campus offered. I can start working on my skripsi in my 7th semester, which requires GPA above 3.5 and commitment.
Can I do that? I'm thinking about it, my Mum wants it, so does Dad.
But I'm kinda afraid that my 16 SKS lectures next term will be abandoned or maybe left behind because of my concentration upon the theses. Suggestion, people? sigh...
That's it for this week. I'm going to Pancious Pancake in Permata Hijau with the idiot-yet-bitty-friends - lol.
After that, attending seminar and oh... searching for Soul Plane DVD to do our Pragmatics effing Final Test paper... and The Jakarta Post office afterward.
fun fact: Over 80 elephants, 100 horses, and 55 camels were used in the movie.
One of the greatest motion pictures of our time, Jodhaa Akbar is a
sixteenth century epic romance - Muslim and Hindi - with heavy doses of electrifying drama
and wide canvas battle sequences. Possibly being the most ambitious and gutsy film to come out in the scenario of Indian cinema, creating an unchartered cinema territory, new ground in its filming and its scenes.
With so much attention focused on Islamic extremism, now seems an apt time for a movie about Akbar, the 16th-century Muslim emperor in India, whose legacy is one of enlightened rule and almost radical religious tolerance. Jodhaa Akbar begins before all that, when the young Akbar is still busy expanding the Mughal empire
Jodhaa Akbar is not a history lesson: Where are Akbar’s 199 other wives, or the painters and poets who made his court a fabled one? But in choosing to tell the tale of this emperor and a Muslim-Hindu love story, As Akbar says, “Respect for each other’s religion will enrich Hindustan.”
The 3 hours just flew away, it was so captivating. believe ME!
The actors were just Perfect! The musics were superb! The camera-technique and its clearness were awesome!
Here are some ideas to have some fun in the April 1. Remember, you need to have a ‘victim’ with a good sense of humor, otherwise you will make an enemy real fast. Dare to give it a try?
Fill a glass with water. Add food dye so it matches the color of whatever juice you have. Serve the "juice" to your family or friends. They will be expecting something sweet. So it will taste funny at first. Don't forget to watch the funny faces they make!
Stuff toilet paper or tissues or whatever into the toe part of someone's shoes, so they have trouble getting their feet in!
You are to run up to someone (that you know) and say "Someone's chasing me!!! Help me!" Turn around and run... They'll follow. Run for a little while and then stop. Turn around. Say "April Fools!"
Scrape the cream out of Oreo cookies and fill them with white toothpaste!
Get up really early and sneak into your victim’s bathroom. Fill their hair-dryer with baby powder. When they turn it on, their head will be pure white just like an old person!
When your victims asleep, sneak into their room and draw eyebrows and a moustache on their face. Make sure you are there when they look in the mirror, and say “April Fools! Gotcha!”
Put some water in a cereal bowl, and place it in the freezer so that the water freezes. Offer to make your sister/brother cereal in the morning. Make sure you use that same bowl. Put their favorite cereal over the top of the ice, and serve!
Say to your friend, "Sorry to hear about your partner, (pause) I suppose you had to find out about the affair sooner or later – the whole office knew about 2 months ago…" and of course, look at their faces!
Switch the signs for Gents and Ladies toilets ... Watch the fun!
This practical joke is old but it still works. Superglue some coins to the sidewalk or any spot that has a lot of people walking around. Make sure it's an appropriate place, and then watch people break fingernails to get the coins.
Go with a couple of friends, stand near some busy street corner. Stare and point up at the sky. Watch the reactions of people around you!