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[Error: unknown template qotd]I'd push the fucking button already, heh.
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[Error: unknown template qotd]Hmm, in order of the cars I've had throughout the years:

~Grendal the '95 Subaru Legacy wagon- so named because he was my "little monster."
~Max (aka "The Money Pit"), the '97 Hyundai Sonata- so nicknamed because after I sunk over 2k into him, he still cracked his engine and made it virtually impossible to fix him back up after that.
~Lexi the '03 Nissan Altima
~Axle the '07 Subaru Legacy sedan.

I know a lot of people tend to choose feminine names for their cars as they tend to equate all cars as female for some reason, but as you can see, I've had both male and female cars throughout my driving history. Granted, Lexi was the only feminine car I've owned, but I loved her while I had her.

What constitutes a good car name in my book? I don't honestly have any set criteria, other than I pretty much just let the car tell me what it's name is. Sometimes it takes only a day or so (such as in Axle's case), other times it takes quite a bit of time (Lexi would be the prime example for that one) and sometimes it's in between the two.
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[Error: unknown template qotd]Personally? I see an elephant. Big floppy ears, eyes are the white spaces up on top, the tusks are the second set of white spots while the trunk kinda flops down at the bottom.

Rorschach blots for writer's block. How cool is that? Also, yay for my Rorschach icon! (Because I can)
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[Error: unknown template qotd]True love, huh? Well that's somewhat of a sticky situation, to be honest.

While the optimist in me wants to scream out, "of course!" the realist in me has to stop and consider the truth of the situation.

I believe in true love, yes. I just think that with the way people are nowadays- selfish, self-centered, arrogant, lusty, immature, self-serving, etc.- prevents it from occurring much anymore.

With so many people being from the Generation Me mentality, there's no want nor willpower to stick things out. Thus you get those who cheat on their spouses/significant others and when found out, they do the whole, "oh but it really wasn't my fault. I couldn't help it," deal.

This, of course, is bullshit. Because One's Dick doesn't simply just fall into another person's Vagina. Or etc., for those out there in homosexual relationships.

Bluntly put? Yes, I believe True Love exists. I just don't think it means anything to most people nowadays, nor that they could actually recognize it through the idiocy and haze of selfishness and lust that they live with.

Love at first sight?

I believe in Lust at First Site. I also believe in two souls being able to recognize connections from past lives, etc., or the realization that someone is special without exactly Knowing Why. I don't, however, equate that last one to Love...
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[Error: unknown template qotd] "Get busy living or get busy dying." ~Red from Shawshank Redemption.

I once used this quote in a discussion once whereupon it was taken and completely bastardized until it's original meaning was, apparently, lost in translation.

I view this quote to mean that even in the face of the toughest adversity, you can either rise above it (get busy living...) or simply lay down and admit defeat (...or get busy dying.) Either way, you can't remain in the twilit lands of indecision.

There was one point in my life that was very dark and depressing. I had been suicidal for a time and this quote helped bring clarity. Though there were times I wanted to hang up, cash in, check out... I said screw it. I'm stronger than that and stubborn as well. And when I repeated this quote like a personal mantra, it helped pull me through.

So yeah. We can get busy living, or we can get busy dying... but either way, we have to do one or the other.
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[Error: unknown template qotd] Dude, seriously. Wtf? How is this even an actual Writer's Block?

The whole purpose of Writer's Block is to get one thinking and writing, not to fucking answer a damn poll or to have some misplaced fangirl arena to play with.

::headdesks:: And even writing becomes corrupted with stupidity... amazing. ::eyetwitch::

Bad call, LJ. Bad call...
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God, wouldn't that be boring? Even though the Bad Days in my life have far outweighed the Good, I don't think I'd want to perpetually relive one of my better days. After a while, it would simply negate the good vibes from it and cheapen the memory, don't you think?

Ever seen Groundhog Day? Yeah. I think if I had to eternally live one day over and over again, I'd go as batty as Phil does and try to think of creative and ingenious ways to Kill Myself Ded. Yes. D-E-D dead. And I'm not really the suicidal type anymore to be honest...

I mean, I do understand that in the true Hollywood style, Bill Murray ends up doing good with his life in the end, but again, that's Hollywood for ya. How well would the movie have sold had he gone on a rampant killing spree and made Jeffry Dahmer look sane? Then magically, the days stopped repeating and oh-shit, jail time dude? Right?

Humm, anyway... Point is, I'd rather live a lifetime full of ups and downs than have to suffer through an eternity of days all the same.

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