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goth, cup noodles, and a sucky day...

i got home early to research for this report i have about the gothic period (or people) and the music, architecture, paintings and sculptures associated to it.

after a while with search engines, and a few useful sites, i came over a link which pointed me to a community site for goths - or thats what they call themselves. it is a community site which shows the somewhat gloomy and dark insights and outlook of the members of the site.

nonetheless, it made me think - how would it be like to be a goth in the philippines? would other people think or look at me differently than if i wasn't? sure im a nerd, and people look at me differently, but then how would they look at me if i were a gothic nerd? hmmm...

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now i can officially say that i can live on cup noodles all day - but not everyday. especially the beef flavored, exact to the taste goodness of instant noodles - yummy.

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it isn't really a sucky day - actually it is a good one. but i just want to say that it is, just for the heck of it. hehehe. =)

'till next tyme, chill ya'll...

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