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my web porn

what i love finding on websites are things that may make my day.
not only have i found Mylifeisaverage.com now, but i've also discovered MysteryGoogle
it's quite fun if you'd like to gain a little knowledge and pass the time.
how it works is you type in a keyword to search, though don't dwell too much on it, because it's for someone else you see.
what YOU get directed to however, is the websearch that someone ELSE has typed in to search.
quite clever i say.

so don't leave the search empty or MysteryGoogle will display a message saying "Please don't type gibberish", prompting you to search something else.

Fascinated,
kerplouski

p.s i typed 'gibberish' and i'm still trying to figure out how to pass onto the next message they leave.
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why so nosey?

just a short entry today folks.

i've got to say, i love reading about people's lives and when someone had mentioned FML (Fuck My Life) to me, i got pretty excited.
but i found something even better!
mylifeisaverage.com

it's quite nice. rather than hearing about the depressing days and the inhumane ways of society in this day and age, people post about how their lives had become unexpected and the most awesome thing has happened instead.
here's one that i found recently:

"Today, I was shopping at the mall when I had to use the elevator. There was also a young boy and his mom in there. The little boy looked his mom in the eye and said in a serious voice, "If you don't buy me ice cream, I'm never gonna give you grandchildren.""

and reading a couple of these entries, it gets me wondering, how many of these entries are real?
because i've read that many submissions have been cussed because it's so obvious that it's fake, and you wonder why they needed to submit something that was fake just to gain respect.
WHY in the world would anyone need acceptance by readers of one's own entries-when they don't even know who you are! if your life wasn't that interesting that particular day, why submit anything at all? They've just ruined a great new relationship : (

that's why i still stay a fan of postsecret.blogspot.com; even though it gives off the sad vibe of life most of the time, i stay because they all seem genuine. there is no reason (without seeming like a dickwad) to abuse such a project.

disappointed,
kerplouski

p.s Apparently, if you shove headphones up your nose while turning on your music player really loudly, you can project the sound from your mouth and mute it when your mouth is closed.
fun fact.
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the evolution of "is not"

(--- to '92) *bawls*
('92 to '95) nah-uh!
('95 to '96) izzen!
('96 to '97) is NOT
('96 to '98) is not
('98 to '05) isn't
('05 to '08) =/=
('08 to '09) !=

it's quite sad really...

programming,
kerplouski
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i can coin terms too!

how awesome is it for someone to have a word they created turn into terminology that professors teach, students vocabulate and the world wiki's to understand?
have you ever wanted to make up a word? i never really thought about it, but to me lately, it sounds so ... sexy.

which comes back to the reference to the last blog on what i call *clears throat*
autoagnōsis

autoagnōsis:
(would be) derived from the Greek words, auto (self) and agnōsis (not knowing). The term highlights the common condition in which a subject is unable to judge one's own condition due to the ignorance of their own existence.

say for example, "i'm sick of Hershews whining! can't she see that he left her because she's such a cry-baby? damn, that girl has a bad case of autoagnosis!"

hahahaha ok, bad example, but still, it's weird how most people just don't look at themselves the way that others do. I think it's just because they know what goes on behind the curtain, and don't realise that no one else sees what they see. people think they're just simple, fun loving person, and yet, they're really a more voluminous person with history, reason, fear...
that's got nothing to do with my terminology though.
ahhahaha i love being side-tracked.

back to my terminology! i remember this one thing i saw on Oprah one time for handling problems; that is, to write letters to yourself.
it was so simple.
it's so easy giving our own friends advice (you know, because we know them so well) but when it comes to ourselves, we have no friggin' clue whatsoever on what to do, so the super-genius plan was to write a letter to yourself!
call yourself whatever you'd like and whatsoever, slip your letter under your door and write back to your 'friend'. Be your own super best friend!-who, by the way, gives GREAT advice.

the upside to all of this is, well, you get answers, you're more likely to become zyrtec-fast relaxed when you concentrate on writing more than whining...and...well...the only downside i can see is that it might make you look like a loony. depends on the angle you look at it, really.
smiley face.

anyway, i should probably sleep now. i've lost all train of thought on this.
that's all folks, thanks for listening,
kerplouski

p.s thanks oprah, for the advice!...or was it my own friend herself who said it... |: ( or both
oh! the CONTROVERSY