ilona the pest

insecurity + narcissism = awesome!

Thursday, April 05, 2007


i have a three-day weekend so i'm up late watching tv.

now i'm watching the middle of Waiting to Exhale on "We". (have you ever heard of that channel? i haven't.)

my personal life is still a depressing roller coaster. but at least work has gotten super-stressful too, so that's a pretty effective distraction.


  • At 5:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Err, do you ever think that chicks would be happier not requiring so much drama in their lives, or would it just be too boring for them? Is it the drama that keeps you happy, even though you said "depressing" regarding your drama?

  • At 7:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I think you're about due for a different ride. A ferris wheel perhaps? A merry-go-round?

    No *Log Ride* jokes from the peanut gallery.

  • At 9:08 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Spring is on its way.
    New life begins.
    Love will be everywhere.


    Btw: take vacations and travel to Latin America.

  • At 6:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    You deserve, and will get, better than Pud.

    Pud is still, emotionally, a child. In your new career path as a lawyer you will meet TONS of eligible MEN to date and, eventually, marry.

    Keep the faith, girl. Keep strong.

    Remember, it's Pud's loss.

  • At 7:25 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    ilona said ... now i'm watching the middle of Waiting to Exhale on "We". (have you ever heard of that channel? i haven't.)

    Are you sure?

  • At 7:33 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Anyway, I really stopped by to post this:
    I have to admit English is far superior language and it's use in literature and commentary cannot be surpassed. ... There are far more words and complexities, as well as beauty to English that simply cannot be surpassed. ... English is simply the most beautiful language in the world, and the powerful use of English language can also change the world.

    I think it was written by a Chinese person. It's similar to something I'd heard long ago that inspired me a while ago to ask you if there were any way that one language could be considered to be better than another. I think you said there isn't. I dropped away for some reason, but I think you got into a protracted argument with someone else.

    Anyway, I asked the Chinese person, above, if he could elaborate. If he does, I'll let you know what he says.


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