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Awkward is the new sexy.

Day 3, May 3rd, Friday: Things that make you uncomfortable.

I got inspired by Jackie’s use of gifs last night! Hahaha so let’s see what I’ve found.

  • Being in the same public vehicle with someone you haven’t seen in a while and then they try to start a conversation.


  • Speaking with someone I’m not currently in good terms with.Image
  • Reviewing using the computer or any other device like tablets or e-readers. They hurt my eyes and being the librocubicularist human being that I am (I just love the word, okay?), I love reading my own handwriting while in bed.


  • PDA. Enough said.


  • When someone I’m not close with suddenly talks to me and asks how everything is going.Image
  • When people ask questions that are too personal.


  • When my crush talks to me hehehehe (more like twitterpated; not uncomfy)


  • When I meet people for the first time.


  • When I’m eating and someone starts talking about poop and other disgusting things.


  • When the teacher calls my name and I’m not prepared then everyone’s staring at me like I murdered someone.


  • When my older sister lectures me in public places about things I don’t really do (e.g. having a boyfriend)


  • When someone secretly stares at your phone while you’re reading a message. ugh this isn’t a group message!!

12These are just a few things. I’ve got a lot but I guess these are enough. Hahaha! 🙂

Sometimes, you can not click with somebody, and it can feel awkward. — Jeff Bridges


Someone once asked me, “Jane, why are you always like that?”. “Like what?”, I said. “Always ecstatic.I just offered her a smile. That was the moment I became fully aware of how I look through other people’s eyes. From the exterior they see me as a jolly person. I badly wanted to tell her how I think — that people are only scratching from the surface. If only people would know what has mold someone to become who she is now.

I wanted to tell her that I’ve already developed this fuck it attitude towards everything. Gradually I’m getting better at it. As much as possible I separate myself from all the things that might inflict pain. I’m afraid to over-think things because at the end of the day, I realize that I’m just wasting my energy.

I always try my hardest not to care, but no matter how easy that might sound, I’m not that type who can’t just ignore what’s happening around me. As the overly cliche phrase says, “Life is too short.“. It kinda bugs me that I can’t do whatever I want. I’ve got tons in my bucket list and knowing that I won’t be able to accomplish everything that’s written there, I still somehow can take advantage of my time to do things that will make me happy at the end of the day. By that I mean choosing to stay carefree despite everything that’s going on, whether it’s good, bad, or anything in between in this pretty messed-up life of mine.

It’s never easy telling someone to be contented if you haven’t felt being in that person’s skin. You’ll never make them feel better unless you get to know them in a much deeper way and discover what tickles their fancy,

Next time I’ll be asked by someone, I’ll offer her with a smile while saying “Because I choose to.

Bye, stranger! Until next time. DFTBA!! 🙂

“People are just as happy as they make up their minds to be.”
― Abraham Lincoln