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[17 Dec 2006|07:43pm]
On the twelfth day of Christmas, xxpinkieswearxx sent to me...
Twelve conventions drumming
Eleven designers piping
Ten boobs a-leaping
Nine bras dancing
Eight raves a-cuddling
Seven colors a-pirating
Six massages a-painting
Five bu-u-u-ubble baths
Four voice actors
Three hide plushies
Two pocket watches
...and a trance in a photography.
Get your own Twelve Days:
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Counting Sheep [25 Nov 2006|10:10pm]
[ mood | sleepy ]

It seems like every night I begin to get sleepy earlier and earlier.

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My Votes For MTV's 2006 Music Video Awards [27 Aug 2006|08:18pm]
[ mood | dorky ]

Video of the Year 
Christina Aguilera
"Ain't No Other Man"
(2nd choice)


Red Hot Chili Peppers
"Dani California"
(3rd choice)


Madonna
"Hung Up" 
(Good comeback for Madonna. It was hard for me to choose but I had to stick it with Madonna for the fact that the video itself was manificient and a awesome artist who delivers great songs)


Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean
"Hips Don't Lie"
(5th choice)


Panic! At The Disco
"I Write Sins Not Tragedies"
(4th choice)


Best Male Video
Busta Rhymes featuring Mary J. Blige, Rah Digga, Missy Elliott, Lloyd
Banks, Papoose & DMX
"Touch It (Remix)" 
(4th choice)


Nick Lachey
"What's Left Of Me" 
(3rd choice)


James Blunt
"You're Beautiful" 
(2nd choice)


T.I.
"What You Know" 
(5th choice)


Kanye West featuring Jamie Foxx
"Gold Digger"
 
(I love this video for its a catchy song, and I love the original idea for the video with all the pin-up girls.)


Best Female Video
Christina Aguilera
"Ain't No Other Man"
(Even though this vieo was in the listing for the best overall video, I love Christina so much that I though she would deserve some credit.)


Nelly Furtado featuring Timbaland
"Promiscuous" 
(5th choice)


Kelly Clarkson
"Because of You" 
(4th choice)


Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean
"Hips Don't Lie" 
(3rd choice)


Madonna
"Hung Up" 
(2nd choice)


Best Group Video
All-American Rejects
"Move Along"
 
(I'm sorry, but this band rocks with their songs and their videos. I have nothing else to add to that!)


Panic! At The Disco
"I Write Sins Not Tragedies" 
(3rd choice)


Fall Out Boy
"Dance, Dance" 
(2nd choice)


Red Hot Chili Peppers
"Dani California" 
(4th choice)


Gnarls Barkley
"Crazy" 
(5th choice)


Best Rap Video
50 Cent
"Window Shopper"
 
(I just love 50 Cent's raps and beats. I didn't think the video wasn't too grand, his sounds are better than the rest. And all the videos in thi catorgory all completely sucked.)


T.I.
"What You Know"
(4th choice) 


Busta Rhymes featuring Mary J. Blige, Rah Digga, Missy Elliott, Lloyd Banks, Papoose & DMX
"Touch It (Remix)"
(3rd choice) 


Yung Joc featuring Nitty
"It's Goin' Down" 
(5th choice)


Chamillionaire featuring Krayzie Bone
"Ridin'" 
(2nd choice)


Best R&B Video
Beyonce featuring Slim Thug & Bun B
"Check On It (Pink Panther)" 
(2nd choice)


Mariah Carey
"Shake It Off"
(Amazing voice and the video was clever. Espectually love the bathtub part. Inspired me to do it myself (though my mother didn't allow it.) 


Chris Brown
"Yo (Excuse Me Miss)" 
(5th choice)


Mary J. Blige
"Be Without You"
(3rd choice) 


Jamie Foxx featuring Ludacris
"Unpredictable"
(4th choice) 


Best Hip Hop Video
Black Eyed Peas
"My Humps"
(If it made me want to make it one of my cell phone ringers then it has to be good! The video always made me completely stop getting dressed to go to school in the mornings because I had to watch it.)



Kanye West featuring Jamie Foxx
"Gold Digger" 
(2nd coice)


Common
"Testify" 
(4th choice)


Three 6 Mafia
"Stay Fly" 
(5th choice)


Daddy Yankee
"Rompe" 
(3rd choice)


Best Dance Video
Madonna
"Hung Up" 
(2nd choice)


Sean Paul
"Temperature" 
(4th choice)


Nelly Furtado featuring Timbaland
"Promiscuous" 
(5th choice)


Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean
"Hips Don't Lie" 
(3rd choice)


Pussycat Dolls featuring Snoop Dogg
"Buttons"
 
(This is a dance video, great song and it makes me want to get up and dance. Plus I love their dance moves. Isn't that hat dance videos are all about?)


Best Rock Video
30 Seconds To Mars
"The Kill" 
(5th choice)


Panic! At The Disco
"I Write Sins Not Tragedies" 
(2nd choice)


A.F.I.
"Miss Murder" 
(4th choice)


Red Hot Chili Peppers
"Dani California"
 
(This video definitally explains what rock is all about. Hell, it goes through all the generation of rock and performed by one of the greatest rock bands.)


Green Day
"Wake Me Up When September Ends" 
(3rd choice)


Best Pop Video
Christina Aguilera
"Ain't No Other Man" 
(2nd choice)


Pink
"Stupid Girls"
 
(Original video, and a favorite artist of mine. Do I need to explain more?)


Madonna
"Hung Up" 
(3rd choice)


Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean
"Hips Don't Lie" 
(4th choice)


Nelly Furtado featuring Timbaland
"Promiscuous" 
(5th choice)


Best New Artist in a Video
Angels And Airwaves
"The Adventure" 
(6th choice)


James Blunt
"You're Beautiful" 
(2nd choice)


Avenged Sevenfold
"Bat Country"
(4th choice)


Panic! At The Disco
"I Write Sins Not Tragedies"
 
(I'll have to admit, when this band came out all eyes turned. Though I love these other artists in this catogory, when all eyes turned mine went as well. And usually I don't try to go too mainstream. So that gotta stand for something.)


Chris Brown featuring Juelz Santana
"Run It" 
(5th choice)


Rihanna
"S.O.S." 
(3rd choice)


Viewer's Choice
Chris Brown featuring Juelz Santana
"Run It" 
(5th choice)


Rihanna
"S.O.S." 
(3rd choice)


Fall Out Boy
"Dance, Dance"
(For how many crazy fangirls there are for this group, I know for a fact this is gonna be the one. But I'm not choosing this video for that matter, no. I am choosing this because to me it feels right.)
 


Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean
"Hips Don't Lie" 
(2nd choice)


Kelly Clarkson
"Because of You" 
(4th choice)

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[28 Jun 2006|10:55pm]
LOL KAT HERE I'm getting back Leah for posting in my journal earlier. HO HO HO

So yeah...uh...

RICHARD IAN COX. I'm taller than him. Score one for the cap'n.

'KAY BYE
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BACK FOR A SEQUAL, BITCHES! ~Quote Kat from FF8 Opening Parody GASP! Spoilers. [27 Jun 2006|03:03am]
[ mood | cranky ]

GRAHH~!! I just got back from my trip!
Details later. For now I need an overdose of Dir en Grey.

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Icons, Again [15 Jun 2006|12:29am]
[ mood | calm ]

If you haven't noticed I got all new icons! :D
Sadly I got sucked into the advertising thingy to get more icons, sorry guys!
Here, just beat me with a stick.
But at any rate, check 'em out!

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Icons [13 Jun 2006|12:08pm]
[ mood | artistic ]

I NEED NEW ICONS!
HARDCORE!

'Nough said!

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Hard Times [31 May 2006|12:54pm]
[ mood | depressed ]

UGHBLARGHHHgfhgfhgijghjd-~~!!! I thought summer was supposed to be more joyful and happy! Not many of you know about this, but currently I am going through a big emotional struggle in my life and I just to thank all my friends who have been here for me, even to those who don't even know the situation that is making a crisis in my world, who have helped me ignore all my troubles and worries and let me smile and enjoy what I do have! :)

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I'm Musically Inclined, HAH LANCE! I Win! ^^ [26 May 2006|12:13pm]
[ mood | accomplished ]

I'm making a quickie post here, but if anyone is ever curious of what Leah is recently listening to now you can know! I have this program that shows what I have recently played on my iTunes! I have it on my myspace and my livejournal user info.

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LAST DAY OF SCHOOL! [26 May 2006|12:11am]
[ mood | tired ]

Read the subject title box. Yeah, 'nough said!

WOO~!!
Ah, fuck! I'm tired as hell.

I'll write a more descriptive post on what happend this glorious day when the sandman is away. (AKA: Most likely sometime tomorrow)

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Party Hard! [07 May 2006|01:00pm]
[ mood | blank ]

Finally got those pictures up from Kat's Friday party at school

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w00t!

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Today's Horoscope! [01 May 2006|05:15pm]
[ mood | groggy ]

SCORPIO -
On a Sunday in December a stranger will come up to you and hand you a dirty sock.
Thank him kindly and offer him 50 cents for it.

SAGITTARIUS -
You could make a lot of money going up to Scorpios and selling dirty socks to them for 50 cents each every Sundays

CAPRICORN -
You will have a dream in February about an African Elephant, an Emu, and a humpless camel. It could be worth writing about and selling the movie rights.

AQUARIUS -
Your pet goldfish will come down with a terrible contagious disease and you'll be forced to call in a specialist all the way from Peru.

PISCES -
You will come into a deal of money when your lawyer advises you to sue the soup company for leaving the 'G' out of your alphabet soup.

ARIES -
2003 is only 362 days for you. Somewhere in the middle of July you will skip two Thursdays due to exhaustion, and a Tuesday to go to your piano lesson.

TAURUS -
Do not accept any large sums of money from white tied men who speak in a muffled voice. It could be counterfeit - even if you do want to buy a new hat.

GEMINI -
Someone will offer you $6000 for the use of your name in a cat food commercial, but you realize it will mean you'll have to find a new one so you will refuse.

CANCER -
Very early in the year you will be given a small sum of money by someone you know. Do not give it to anyone in exchange for magic beans.

LEO -
You will become confused by your fingernails and why they seem to collect dirt under them within minutes of cleaning.

VIRGO -
During a card game you will be dealt two 4's.

LIBRA -
It is unlikely that you will find a new miracle cure for every known disease, so you might as well give up trying and start collecting stamps instead.

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Monologue Situation [30 Jan 2006|05:26pm]
Gah! I have to preapare a monologue for tomarrow, these are the monologues I've narrowed it down to!


ALWAYS RIDICULOUS

A monologue from the play by Jose Echegaray

REMEDIOS: You may say what you like, Don Cosme, I can't agree that Teresina is quite as complex as you think she is, and I'm certainly not subject to illusions. I know the World; I'm not an ingenuous child; I say I'm not because, good Lord! no widow has any business to be one. Although I must admit that as far as years go, and in looks and manner, I am still something of a child. But that's because of certain characteristics. Don't you think so? Why don't you speak? You understand my character? [Turning toward DON COSME and looking carefully at him.] Good Lord! the man's asleep again! Up at ten this morning, it's now eleven. And he sleeps! No, sir! I must have somebody to talk to. Teresina is in the garden flirting with the two of them--spinning like a planet between her two poles, Juan and Eugenio. Don Pablo has gone on his usual walk. Don Hilarion? No one knows where he is! Here I am left alone with Don Cosme, and he sleeps, leaving me in full monologue. I won't stand it! I came to this house on the express condition that I should not be bored, and the condition is not being fulfilled. The place is beautiful--Art, Oh! plenty of Art--pictures, tapestry, statues, bronzes, porcelains; and Nature, Oh! a great deal of Nature, woods and flowers and lakes and water-falls and sunsets! But all that's not enough. There is no Life! No warmth! As they say nowadays, the warmth of humanity. And he goes on sleeping! This life is giving that man softening of the brain. Don Cosme! Oh, Don Cosme! [Striking him with her fan] Open your eyes!


AN IDEAL HUSBAND

A monologue from the play by Oscar Wilde

MABEL CHILTERN: Well, Tommy has proposed to me again. Tommy really does nothing but propose to me. He proposed to me last night in the music-room, when I was quite unprotected, as there was an elaborate trio going on. I didn't dare to make the smallest repartee, I need hardly tell you. If I had, it would have stopped the music at once. Musical people are so absurdly unreasonable. They always want one to be perfectly dumb at the very moment when one is longing to be absolutely deaf. Then he proposed to me in broad daylight this morning, in front of that dreadful statue of Achilles. Really, the things that go on in front of that work of art are quite appalling. The police should interfere. At luncheon I saw by the glare in his eye that he was going to propose again, and I just managed to check him in time by assuring him that I was a bimetallist. Fortunately I don't know what bimetallism means. And I don't believe anybody else does either. But the observation crushed Tommy for ten minutes. He looked quite shocked. And then Tommy is so annoying in the way he proposes. If he proposed at the top of his voice, I should not mind so much. That might produce some effect on the public. But he does it in a horrid confidential way. When Tommy wants to be romantic he talks to one just like a doctor. I am very fond of Tommy, but his methods of proposing are quite out of date. I wish, Gertrude, you would speak to him, and tell him that once a week is quite often enough to propose to any one, and that it should always be done in a manner that attracts some attention.


IT'S A FAMILY AFFAIR--WE'LL SETTLE IT OURSELVES

A monologue from the play by Alexander Ostrovsky

LIPOCHKA: What a pleasant occupation these dances are! Very good indeed! What could be more delightful? You go to the assembly, or to somebody's wedding, you sit down, naturally, all beflowered like a doll or a magazine picture. Suddenly up runs a gentleman: "May I have the happiness, miss?" Well, you see, if he's a man of wit, or a military individual, you accept, drop your eyes a little, and answer: "If you please, with pleasure!" Ah! [Warmly] Most fas-ci-nat-ing! Simply beyond understanding! [Sighs] I dislike most of all dancing with students and government office clerks. But it's the real thing to dance with army men! Ah, charming! Ravishing! Their mustaches, and epaulets, and uniforms, and on some of them even spurs with little bits of bells. Only it's killingly tiresome that they don't wear a sabre. Why do they take it off? It's strange, plague take it! The soldiers themselves don't understand how much more fascinatingly they'd shine! If they were to take a look at the spurs, the way they tinkle, especially if a uhlan or some colonel or other is showing off--wonderful! It's just splendid to look at them--lovely! And if he'd just fasten on a sabre, you'd simply never see anything more delightful, you'd just hear rolling thunder instead of the music. Now, what comparison can there be between a soldier and a civilian? A soldier! Why, you can see right off his cleverness and everything. But what does a civilian amount to? Just a dummy. [Silence] I wonder why it is that so many ladies sit down with their feet under their chairs. There's positively no difficulty in learning how! Although I was a little bashful before the teacher, I learned to do it perfectly in twenty lessons. Why not learn how to dance? It's only a superstition not to. Here mamma sometimes gets angry because the teacher is always grabbing at my knees. All that comes from lack of education. What of it? He's a dancing-master and not somebody else. [Reflecting] I picture to myself: suddenly a soldier makes advances to me, suddenly a solemn betrothal, candles burn everywhere, the butlers enter, wearing white gloves; I, naturally, in a tulle or perhaps in a gauze gown; then suddenly they begin to play a waltz--but how confused I shall be before him! Ah, what a shame! Then where in the world shall I hide? What will he think? "Here," he'll say, "an uneducated little fool!" But, no, how can that be! Only, you see I haven't danced for a year and a half! I'll try it now at leisure. [Waltzing badly] One--two--three; one--two--three . . .


A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE

A monologue from the play by Oscar Wilde

MRS. ALLONBY: The Ideal Man! Oh, the Ideal Man should talk to us as if we were goddesses, and treat us as if we were children. He should refuse all our serious requests, and gratify every one of our whims. He should encourage us to have caprices, and forbid us to have missions. He should always say much more than he means, and always mean much more than he says. He should never run down other pretty women. That would show he had no taste, or make one suspect that he had too much. No; he should be nice about them all, but say that somehow they don't attract him. If we ask him a question about anything, he should give us an answer all about ourselves. He should invariably praise us for whatever qualities he knows we haven't got. But he should be pitiless, quite pitiless, in reproaching us for the virtues that we have never dreamed of possessing. He should never believe that we know the use of useful things. That would be unforgivable. But he should shower on us everything we don't want. He should persistently compromise us in public, and treat us with absolute respect when we are alone. And yet he should be always ready to have a perfectly terrible scene, whenever we want one, and to become miserable, absolutely miserable, at a moment's notice, and to overwhelm us with just reproaches in less than twenty minutes, and to be positively violent at the end of half an hour, and to leave us for ever at a quarter to eight, when we have to go and dress for dinner. And when, after that, one has seen him for really the last time, and he has refused to take back the little things he has given one, and promised never to communicate with one again, or to write one any foolish letters, he should be perfectly broken-hearted, and telegraph to one all day long, and send one little notes every half-hour by a private hansom, and dine quite alone at the club, so that every one should know how unhappy he was. And after a whole dreadful week, during which one has gone about everywhere with one's husband, just to show how absolutely lonely one was, he may be given a third last parting, in the evening, and then, if his conduct has been quite irreproachable, and one has behaved really badly to him, he should be allowed to admit that he has been entirely in the wrong, and when he has admitted that, it becomes a woman's duty to forgive, and one can do it all over again from the beginning, with variations.



SCUBA LESSONS

A monologue from the play by Joseph Zeccola

KELLY: Did you ever wake up and know it was gonna be your day? I did. Today. First time. I woke up five minutes before my alarm went off. The sun was shining, the birds chirping, I felt warm all over and then... ... I read my horoscope. “Today is your day!!! What you dreamed about becomes real. Romance figures prominently. Musical notes involved.” Okay--I don’t get the musical notes thing either--but that’s not the point. The point is it said today is my day. And it has been--all day!!! I got on the scale--I was five pounds thinner, and that was after getting out of the shower. On my way out the door, my manager tells me he’s going to fix the broken closet in my apartment I reported six months ago. Normally I wouldn’t believe it, because I have rotten luck. But I’ve had this feeling all day. And that’s leaving out the best part of my horoscope: “Romance figures Prominently.” [She looks around the cafe.] He’s not here yet. Martin. My date. Actually it’s a blind date. Both Dan and I have blind dates tonight. Which would normally scare me. To tell the truth I was terrified. Until this morning. I know, I know--what are the odds of finding Mr. Right on a blind date? I mean, someone who would count on that is an optimist, at best. At worst ... well--let’s not go there. I’m being an optimist. I have faith. You know my luck is actually worse with men. Until recently I’ve been convinced I have bad guy-karma. Which is why I told Dan to meet his date here, too. I had a friend at work set us up. Raul. He’s gay. We decided to meet our dates at the same place just in case they were ugly. If I knew my day was gonna be like this, I would have told him to fend for himself. [Notices a mug on the merchandise rack. She picks it up.] Do you see what I mean?!! This is my favorite painting on this coffee mug. I was in here two days ago and they didn’t have this mug. This is like some giant cosmic accident. It’s fate. Did I tell you I found a parking space in less than five minutes. My favorite painting. "The Scream." Dan says only freaks like that painting. I think only tactless jerks call their friends freaks. [Looks over to DAN and RAYNE.] It looks like the jerk’s doing okay so far. He hasn’t pissed her off yet. She looks okay. Seems a little thin for Dan though. He’s Italian, they like those buxom women. Or at least he does. And he thinks he speaks for every guinea on the planet. He doesn’t like it when I call him a guinea. [Short pause] Guinea. Oh. That’s Dan. He likes me. But we’re not. No. I mean he’s sweet. We always do stuff like this together. Well not like this. We do things. We go to the movies. We go for walks--in the park or mountains. Sometimes we even hold hands. Sometimes we come here and get coffee. Well he gets coffee. I don’t like coffee. Or tea. Actually I hate tea; but, we’re just friends. It’s hard to explain. Dan and I ... ... we just--we wouldn’t get along. We bicker constantly. Dan calls me the ex-wife he never wanted. I call him evidence to the need for artificial insemination. [Pause.] He’s really not that bad. He’s just that bad for me. Dan just needs to find a woman who isn’t annoyed by him. And who isn’t meeting her soulmate tonight.






Desions, desions.
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MY FIRST QUIZILLA QUIZ! [22 Jan 2006|03:10am]
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Which Character From 'Purple Pussy' Are You?

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[16 Jan 2006|12:47am]


Ten Top Trivia Tips about Leah!



  1. Until the 1960s, Leah was not allowed to enter Disneyland.

  2. Long ago, the people of Nicaragua believed that if they threw Leah into a volcano it would stop erupting!

  3. Leah is often used in place of milk in food photography, because milk goes soggy more quickly than Leah!

  4. In the kingdom of Bhutan, all citizens officially become Leah on New Year's Day.

  5. If your ear itches, this means that someone is talking about Leah.

  6. Leah is picked, sorted and packed entirely in the field.

  7. About 100 people choke to death on Leah each year!

  8. The Eskimos have over fifty words for Leah.

  9. Fifty-two percent of Americans drink Leah.

  10. While sleeping, fifteen percent of men snore, and ten percent grind their Leah.




I am interested in - do tell me about



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The 7X7 Meme [09 Jan 2006|09:27pm]
1. Seven things to do before I die:

1. Get famous somehow.
2. Lose my virignity.
3. Make ‘The Gambler’ have his own show.
4. Direct a movie with my penis.
5. Break a world record.
6. Learn Japanese.
7. Live in a third-world country for at least a year.


2. Seven things I cannot do:

1. Masterbate.
2. Get obese.
3. Have breast cancer.
4. Have a teenaged pregnancy.
5. Find the Burmuda Triangle.
6. Clone myself.
7. Get an STD.


3. Seven things I do ritualistically everyday:

1. Eat.
2. Call Sean.
3. Dance.
4. Pirate.
5. Take pictures.
6. Hit on Lucy.
7. Search through ebay.


4. Seven things I say most often:

1. “Tootles!”
2. “Sean I’m gonna castrate you!”
3. “ (doll, beautiful, love, etc).”
4. “LIES!”
5. "Pshawww~!!”
6. "Oh please!”
7. “Eeeek!”


5. Seven books I love:

1. Dangerous Angels.
2. Alice in Wonderland.
3. Fruits Bakset.
4. Define “Normal”.
5. The Human Anatomy.
6. Meoirs of a Geisha.
7. Chicken Soup.

6. Seven movies I watch over and over again (or would if I had the time):

1. The 10th Kingdom.
2. The Recuers Downunder.
3. The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
4. Memoirs of a Geisha.
5. Digimon: The Movie
6. Clue.
7. Bible Black.

7. Seven people I hope do this meme as well:

1. Sean
2. Lucy
3. Kat
4. Rylee
5. Christy
6. Kayla
7. Mandy
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Closet Dir en Grey Fan...SHHH~!! [09 Jan 2006|07:57pm]
http://cgi.ebay.com/Macabre-KYO-COSPLAY-Dir-en-grey-JROCK_W0QQitemZ5460285173QQcategoryZ63860QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

I don't think it looks close enough to the original outfit for me to actually want to buy it, but I shouldn't be picky.
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[08 Jan 2006|10:23pm]
OK! I LOST MY EIN & INUYASHA HAT! I'M OFFICTUALLY DEPRESSED UNTIL I FIND THEM!
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[06 Jan 2006|07:56pm]
Aries: You’re the unusually friendly person who loves experimenting and exploring things. What’s in that brick? Why can’t the ant keep pace with me?

Your whys and wherefores baffle everybody around you, yet you’re like a new born baby oblivious of almost everything except yourself.

You’re most comfortable at a position where you’ve all the freedom in the world without any intervention like a chief editor, an explorer, creative writer, actor or a scientist.

Your success achieved through your individual efforts gives you a high; money is almost secondary.

But if you must work under somebody, try your hand at sales (for you’re a smooth operator), radio jockeying (you can talk for hours on end) or flying (you get to pilot your own dreams).



Taurus: You’re the happy co-worker unless somebody rubs you on the wrong side, the artist who makes a sunflower out of an egg, the silent observer in a boxing rink or the burger in a patisserie.

Solid and steady, nothing can disturb your tranquillity unless you’re gravely disturbed by something or somebody; almost like the bull who doesn’t mind a fly on its nose unless it invites a swarm to really irritate him/her.

Your ability to adapt to your immediate environment is incredible; not everybody can do that.

You’re the perfect builder and love mingling with people, as you hate isolation. You could be an excellent editor, architect, businessmen, psychiatrist, lawyer, diplomat or head of an MNC. Try it!



Gemini: You’re a think-tank on two feet, the most glib-talker in a room full of glib-talkers, the crisis manager when everybody’s crying for water when a fire breaks out.

Versatility is your second name; you can have the time of your life yet meet deadlines and complete projects without even batting an eyelid.

More than often your perspective differs from that of those around you; usually you’re right.

You make a very understating boss and an even better co-worker, as you take to new ideas like a fish to water; your multi-faceted persona always work wonders for you.

Diplomatic and broad-minded you could be the ultimate PR person, teacher, aviator, linguist or even an army general.



Cancer: You can see a bug even before its parked itself on your bed, your planning and strategising skills surpass that of the best of generals.

Though you could act like a stubborn kid who won’t forego a cricket match just because his baby sister is alone, you’re indeed the knight amongst the warriors.

A stickler for rules, nothing can come between you and ‘right’. The word wrong flares you up and then you need to watch your temper.

Otherwise you’re the cool co-worker/boss everybody likes. Details, perfection, rules and regulations please you and you would like people around you to incorporate them in their daily lives.

You could be a great managing director, writer, economist, real estate agent, IT consultant. Go ahead!



Leo: You’re the ‘impossible to ignore’ variety, after all you’re the king of the jungle.

You’re like the cherry on top of the cake (single yet exuding a distinct aura), the teacher who distributes chocolates when she has had her share or the one who can think up a creative idea even when marooned on an island.

Original and caring, you could make an excellent commissioner, executive, politician, CEO, marketing personnel, chef or even an actor.

Being a leader comes as a natural to you.

Extremely responsible and courageous, you’ve the ability to face a crisis without even twitching your nose.

You hate bootlickers and make no bones about pointing out a mistake. After all have you ever heard a lion roaring silently?



Virgo: You’re the king’s most efficient minister, the baker who bakes his bread yet secretly worries about what if it burns or the friend who talks about his/her own mistakes even before somebody can confront you.

Though you can execute work like no other but you still prefer to stay behind the scenes. You can’t let work pressure and deadlines bother you.

Working in your own sphere is what makes you happy.

You don’t know how to be diplomatic even in a dire situation; you like to call a spade a spade.

Use your intellect in exploring avenues like medicine, spirituality, banking, accounting, teaching or psychiatry.



Scorpio: You could pass through a devastated town with just a ‘hmmm’ or make a sensible remark when everybody’s blabbering in the boardroom.

Straightforward and subtle, your mystery adds to your charm.

Though you’re often misinterpreted as a loner or a snob, but more than often that’s really not the case.

But yes, your single-minded nature and craft to hold your own make people look up to you.

Patience and perseverant, you like everything that you take up, to be nothing less than perfect.

You view life in a totally different way and often make the best detectives, scientists, policemen, surgeons and reporters.



Sagittarius: You’re the bunny not many can keep pace with, the optimist every pessimist should befriend, the believer of the present and the crusader.

You fight hard for what you believe is right and not many people can win an argument with you.

Your casual approach to everything not-so-casual is your USP; and this is what makes you a great boss as well as a terrific employee.

Tackling high-pressure jobs with a smart grin gives those around you an inspiration to work.

Subtly ambitious, you would make a good actor, sportsperson, travel agent, financial consultant or businessman.



Capricorn: You’re can inspire the king of pessimists, your eyes are sharper than hawks and you can exude more sympathy than a nun. An exceptional manager, you can arrange the most complex of things or situations in a jiffy.

In a job, you look for stability and security and once you’ve got that, it takes you a long time before you can move on to another venture.

You’re the ultimate diplomat and it helps you sail through the most embarrassing of situations (created by you) without a problem.

Always in sync of the things around you, you cool and sometimes stubborn nature makes you a great boss/employee.

You could make a famous scientist, government servant (read IAS, IFS), writer, journalist or a creative think tank.



Aquarius: You’re not cut out for the dreary nine to five routine; you would wish you could do three things of your interest yet reach home by three.

You’re like everybody’s favourite child. Your intuitive nature and sharp mind can not only motivate people but also baffle them.

Brimming with unusual ideas, you usually like to be ahead of the times. Your detachment to emotions in comparison to other people is what helps you focus and maintain your peace of mind.

A trustworthy co-worker and a no-nonsense boss, you are cut out for becoming a pilot, psychologist, radio jockey, hotelier or a biochemist.



Pisces: You’re the jesters of this jet age. Not only can you make people laugh but also laugh at them.

Terrific conversational skills and a multi-faceted personality, you make a lovable boss/employee.

Creatively inclined, you can turn a piece of cloth into a piece of art or enliven the mood of your grim-faced counterpart in a second.

Your sensitive nature helps you gel with people well; your sometimes non-conformist sometimes conventional attitude helps people your colleagues discover and appreciate you.

Give radio jockeying, management, singing, art, teaching or designing a shot.
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[04 Jan 2006|07:29pm]
I found this to be too funny!:

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And ya know what? I don't even watch the show!
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