Fighting and Writing

17 Sep
Fighting and Writing

Guys… I haven’t written in ages! Do you know why? Because my room’s just been turned into a 1980s living quarter. :/ basically, my parents trying to make me into something I’m not.
Oh well! I found Internet (cos I’m great and finding the things they hide), so I’m here to post!
This is something I wrote before I had the chance to finish it off:

So I’m back in London! And the Paralympics have started (did anyone see the massive eye they formed with the umbrellas — and do you know what it secretly means?)!

Ahh, I haven’t posted in ages! But — I’ve been reunited with my trusty computer (and fast internet broadband) again, so it’s all good! Seriously, the one I had to use in Bulgaria was slow as my teacher — wait, what?

So I would have talked about a bazillian interesting things had they not killed my computer.

Anyway, I’ve nearly finished my book (just a few thousand words to go). Problem is, I don’t have a computer, and my iPad sucks for books.

Who cares. Moving on. I want to learn to fight. Reason being, I walked down the street in Bulgaria one night and a pedophile looking guy walked past me. Do you know how scary that felt? I mean, in daylight, the man probably looks normal and enjoys baking cakes for poor orphans, but man. That was was scary.

I don’t have much time to say anything else, apart from: I’m learning at home, I’m now reading a book a day (wth, me?), and in a few minutes I’m going out into the creepy world with no weapon to defend myself with.

Bye 🙂

PS. I promise I’ll try to write more xD


Posted by on September 17, 2012 in Daily Life, Everything


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7 responses to “Fighting and Writing

  1. Dean Gregory

    September 17, 2012 at 10:40 am

    I’ve been wondering where you went. Oppressive parents are the bane of a lot of people these days.

    Fighting lessons sound like a good idea. I always wanted to do MMA, that looks like the most fun.

    And please don’t tell be you believe in the illuminati (regarding the umbrella-eye thing).

    • lascarletcat

      September 25, 2012 at 5:45 pm

      Well, I have access to a reasonably reliable computer now, so I think I’ll be starting to post more! And I’ve decided to join Krav Maga — looks badass and useful xD

      About the illuminati…I wish I didn’t believe in it. After a whole summer of investigations and all that crap, I’m pretty certain they (maybe they’re not called the illuminati) exist. I really don’t want to label myself as a conspiracy theorist, lol :/

      • Dean Gregory

        September 25, 2012 at 10:51 pm

        Personally, I’d say the Illuminati are an idea born of the fact that all governments are corrupt in some way. This doesn’t automatically mean that there’s some sort of global conspiracy involved, however; governments are corrupt because most people are susceptible to going mad with the power. That, and no-one can please everyone, so someone is in some way going to believe that a government is flawed, even if they’re doing an excellent job. Also, the media can twist everything, and often they like to cause a stir. It makes for a hard-hitting story when people are talking about events happening behind the scenes.

        My main issue with the idea of the Illuminati, however, is that people seem to think that if such an organization existed, they would drop massive hints about every action they’re about to play a hand in that anyone could pick up on. This is totally unrealistic. Think about it; if you were about to sabotage a major event on the scale of the Olympics, and you had at your disposal every major world power on the planet to help make it a successful covert operation, including those hosting the event, would you make it a sudden, silent inside job, or would you leave clues about your presence there lying around for everyone to see?

        That’s why I don’t believe in the Illuminati. It wouldn’t even make a very good fictional story, as far as I can see.

      • lascarletcat

        September 26, 2012 at 12:50 pm

        I understand.
        They show us hints of things to happen to mock us. They hide things in plain sight to show us we’re blind.
        I realise I sound damn crazy…but the investigations I did were pretty thorough. Again, I really wish I didn’t believe in them. I wish they didn’t exist. They don’t just control us…it goes way deeper than that.

  2. Dean Gregory

    September 26, 2012 at 2:02 pm

    Well if the evidence is there then you’re welcome to believe what you want. Personally, I’m not convinced.

    • lascarletcat

      September 26, 2012 at 2:05 pm

      Well, I’m not gonna force it upon you 🙂 Just know that not everything you see on the news and etc is true (but everyone knows this anyway).

      • Dean Gregory

        September 26, 2012 at 2:45 pm

        Oh don’t worry about that, I’m not one to buy into everything I’m told. The media like to keep everyone in the dark about a lot of things, as we learned from Wikileaks.


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