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Apr. 12th, 2006 | 04:59 pm

So, these books actually exist.


How to Date White Women: A Practical Guide for Asian Men


How to Pick Up Japanese Chicks--And Doom Your Immortal Soul


It Ain't All Good: Why Black Men Should Not Date White Women

There's actually quite a few books on dating asians, which I think would be really creepy for some guy's asian date to find in his room, and which is also pretty funny. I mean, the subtitle of one of them is "An Asian Woman Reveals It ALL". If you don't have any asian woman friends already, do you really want to date them? And then the thing for young girls by old guys is kinda weird too. And that last one is probably mostly a joke...sort of.

How To Attract Asian Women

Dating Asians

How To Date Young Women: For Men Over 35

The Complete A**hole's Guide to Handling Chicks

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Mar. 14th, 2006 | 08:28 pm
music: FFX Soundtrack - The Sight of Spira

I geeked out again.

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just some thoughts

Feb. 10th, 2006 | 12:15 am
music: f.i.r. - intro

I don't know why, but sometimes I still feel like I don't belong here at Wheaton. I don't mean that I don't like the people or the place or that I feel uncomfortable here, but sometimes I feel more like it's a big extended summer camp or something. Sometimes when I'm out with friends I find myself feeling like my friends are kind of temporary or something, and that all my real friends are the ones I knew in high school. It's like I feel that I have to ditch my HS friends in order to really make "normal" or "real" friendships here, and that I'm not ready to do that. But I never felt like that before, when I went to public school from private school, or when I graduated from my K-8 school and started HS. It's only here that I've felt like that, and I don't really get it.

Maybe it's because I've known everyone here for such a (relatively) short time? Since my other friendships extend further back...but thinking about it, some of the ones I'm thinking of only go back 3 years, and I've almost been here for two already--so what gives? Maybe it's because when moving to HS or switching HS's I still saw all my old friends while I was making new ones. Or maybe it's just the fact that I COULD go see them if I wanted to. I don't know.

I don't feel like this all the time, just every so often I'll catch myself thinking about the Me and the friends I have here and the Me that I left at home, the Me that I remember from high school and the friends that I had there, and wondering what would happen if my two groups of friends got together and talked about me. Have I changed a lot? Or am I still basically the same person? Would the two groups not even be able to tell that they were talking about the same person, or would they quickly befriend each other and laugh about stories they have of me, saying things like, "That sounds just like the Andrew I know!"

Sometimes I just don't know.

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desktop Oo

Jan. 27th, 2006 | 02:27 am
music: Do As Infinity - Good For You

Ummm so I've spent the last two days skinning my desktop.. so i'm showing it off!

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#3 is older than the other two, but I like the wallpaper.


p.s. i realize that this makes me more of a dork than i am already, so there's no real need to say anything about that..

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oooOOooo

Nov. 26th, 2005 | 10:54 pm

It's one of the best things in life: catching up with an old friend and finding out that, even though you've both changed, everything between the two of you is still the same.

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hott

Nov. 18th, 2005 | 12:57 am

I heard the saying today, "Sweat is liquified sexyness."

True or false?

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Tastes like heaven...

Nov. 5th, 2005 | 02:20 pm

Today I was walking through chinatown on the way to Pui Tak, and I saw something that caught my eye. A couple of the bigger restaurants have big pictures of their items (especially bubble tea and smoothies) that you can see from the street. Among a bunch of pictures of bubble tea flavors, I saw a drink with a little title under it that said "Durian Milk Shake." Immediately I knew I had to try it. Fellow Pui Tak tutor and friend Timothy said he'd try it too, so we decided we'd get it on the way back.

So after tutoring was over, Timothy and I bought durian bubble tea! Christine was kind of freaking out, since she had tried durian before. She would be sitting in the very back of the car, she said. Basically, the conversation with the girl taking my order went something like this:

"Hi, I'd like a durian milk shake."
"Umm.. (noticing that I'm white and with a group of white people), have you ever had durian before?"
"No, but I know what it is and I want to try it."
".... are you sure??"

Maybe here I should pause for a second and explain why these people had reactions like they did. Basically, I've heard durian described in two ways. One maxim about durian is, "tastes like heaven, smells like hell." The other is that it has the sickly sweet odor of rotting flesh.

Yeah. I had to try this stuff.

Tim and I also bought a papaya bubble tea just in case the durian was too terrible to stomach, but actually I thought the durian was pretty much OK. I'm sure it would smell worse if I had a real one (not one already made into a shake), but honestly, I thought the papaya smelled worse than the durian. The durian tasted kind of weird too, but it was so interesting that it was pretty fun to drink. Still, I'm definately trying a real one when I get to Asia.

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In case you didn't know...

Oct. 24th, 2005 | 11:46 pm
music: Do As Infinity - i dunno what

Liking girls is pretty much complete crap. You can not win, because when you like someone, it makes you do all the wrong things to get them to like you back. Ergo, you fricking lose.

I don't say this because I'm in that situation, but because it is true.

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oops..

Oct. 23rd, 2005 | 07:59 pm

yeah, well, I definately haven't been keeping up with my idea of copying all my xanga blogs to my lj. but it doesn't seem like anyone reads this anyway, so its just as well I suppose.

note: that's a lame plea to make you all comment if you're reading this. i don't feel like a loser cuz nobody reads my lj, i'd just like to know if it's true

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Heck yeah

Oct. 4th, 2005 | 05:37 pm

Mystic Theurge
33% Combativeness, 30% Sneakiness, 70% Intellect, 58% Spirituality
Brilliant and spiritual! You are a Mystic Theurge!



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them pretty terrifying on the battlefield. They have more raw
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You're both intelligent and faithful, but not violent or deceitful. I guess that makes you a pretty good person.



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