And in writing this, I forgot what paragraphs were.

Continue reading ‘Secret Garden: Thoughts’


Okay, come on people!
I absolutely hate it when people complain about others comparing dramas.

It’s inevitable!

Honestly, how could you not compare? There are based off the exact same story. It’s impossible not to. And further more, how can people dislike comparisons? All versions have different strengths and weaknesses, and what is wrong with noting it? Or discussing it? Or debating it? No one takes Dramas that personally (to the point of butthurt). You prove me wrong, I judge you. LOLJK, not really but still.

The most recent episode of this is Playful Kiss, and excuse my eyes for rolling all over the place.

It’s like going to two different restaurants and ordering the same dish of pasta.  There is nothing wrong with saying that the pasta and Cafe de Pasta is better than the one at Pastaritzia. Or that the noodles and one place are cooked nicer, but the sauce at the other place taste better. It’s called an opinion. And using past experiences to reason it.

I just can’t wrap my mind around those who are able to avoid comparing. Have you ever sat and watched TV and was successful in blocking out a character you hate? (In a character-does-not-exist-on-my-screen kind of way. Unable to acknowledge the existence of said character?) Or how about blocking out a conversation between two people who happen to sit right in front of you (Without trying!)? I mean, if you can, props to you. I just can’t. I don’t have that skill, nor will I ever.

Wanna complain over comparisons? I say: Whine moar!

And yes, those who complain over those who complain over comparisons are loser. Though, I would argue that those who complain about people who complain over those who complain over comparison are the bigger loser. LOL.

L. O. L.

Stupid, stupid, stupid.

I don’t watch many hk drams, but I started watching this one. It wasn’t… it was… oh boy. It wasn’t horrible, I liked the characters, hated the plot -but regardless, it just didn’t work. It didn’t. Not the slightest.  I don’t know why I even bother.

Capital Scandal leaves me with no wannabe-witty phrases or awkward metaphors to describe it. Is that a good thing? Depends.

  Continue reading ‘Capital Scandal: A Rantview’

This is delayed, so let’s just get right into this.

…what are we getting into again?
Should I provide a summary of the episode? Or just random -IDK WHAT IM DOING. ILL JUST GO WITH THE FLOW.

Okaaaaaaaaaaaaay, lights, camera, ACTION!

cue: fading lights and mozart music.

Continue reading ‘Pasta Day 1: Goldfish and Second-hand Embarassment’

[references to my rant in every corner. sorry.]

… and it was, in fact, a trick of the eye.

Continue reading ‘My Sister-in-Law is 19: Review’

No, this aint a recap, and I dont think I’ll write enough to call it a rant either. It’s more my feelings of Autumn’s Concerto, with the finale that aired yesterday. Before anything, I want to throw it out there that I have yet to touch Autumn’s Concerto since my last rant. So I still have episode 19 to complete as well. That being said, I am not excited for the finale. At last, we get to see the carrot scene that most have been awaiting since the series played it between commercial break, but I just get this feeling that it won’t be all that it is hyped up to be. Autumn’s Concerto was such a promising series, that I can’t express my aggravation towards the way the series has been progressing.  I do not like Ren Guang Xi, Xiao Le is such an adorable kid, Hua Tuo Ye is an admirable fool and Mu Cheng is too caring for her own good. Anyway, I’ve watched some of the previews and it seems like the way they are going to finally stay together is ridicules. Her kid is kidnapped? Tuo Ye encourages Mu Cheng to go with Guang Xi? Hellooooo? My eyes are going to fall out from all the eye-rolling. Anyway, I’ll watch it soon.  After I get my Pasta-fix.  PASTA DAYS! OOOOF.