|Your Inner Blood Type is Type B|
You follow your own rules in life, even if you change the rules every day.
Sure, you tend to be off the wall and unpredictable, but that's what makes you lovable.
And even though you're a wild child, you have the tools to be a great success.
You are able to concentrate intently - and make the impossible possible.
You are most compatible with: B and AB
Famous Type B's: Leonardo Di Caprio
|You Should Drive a Ford Explorer SportTrac|
Tough and supercharged, you have some rather extreme driving practices.
You've been known to intimidate a few drivers. You rule the road.
|You Should Be A Leo|
What's good about you: you always speak your mind and aren't scared of anything
What's bad about you: you have to be the boss, and you love to control others
In love: you enjoy being admired and pampered, but don't always reciprocate
In friendship, you're: easy to get along with and the center of attention
Your ideal job: member of royalty, TV anchor, or investment banker
Your sense of fashion: classic well fitting clothes that last forever
You like to pig out on: Greek or Italian food
|Your Love Element Is Fire|
In love, you are a true listener and totally present.
For you, love is all about feeling more alive than you've ever felt.
You attract others with your joy and passion.
Your flirting style is defined by your strong ability to communicate.
Fun and play are the cornerstones of your love life.
And while your flame may burn too brightly, it's part of your appeal.
You connect best with: Wood
You and another Fire element: will likely burn out quickly
Boil it down to sheer narcissism/laziness/whatever, but before this I can frankly admit that I know less than 10 bloggers from my hometown.
Anyway, I was just randomly clicking links from one blog to another (hey, it pays to have a catchy blog name) and I stumbled upon two local blogs worth mentioning.
1. Joel Sia :: this so called life
Thanks to kennysia, I think it has been firmly embedded in my subconscious mind that any blog written by a person with the surname Sia must be read-worthy. Thankfully, I have not been proven wrong (yet). Joel is absolutely hilarious. Check two of his tongue-in-cheek entries: feng shui wallet and ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥.
How can you not love works of art like these?
Characterized by a narrow, often ostentatious concern for book learning and formal rules: a pedantic attention to details.
It's not the hair. It's not the eyes. It's definitely the smile. I'm a sucker for cheeky grins.
I think sometimes when you're going through a dry patch in your life, suddenly almost every guy looks alot better than they actually are.
Great... now not only am I anal, but I'm mean as well. Heh.
I should like to get high. Pass the helium balloons, please.
Sorry PETA fans... but this girl here loves animal fur, especially silver fox fur... And I think bryanboy's Willam (the name of the fox stole) is absolutely, fantastically gorgeous.
Yeah so I heard they torture those poor animals to death with rectal and vaginal probes so that the fur won't get damaged in the process or they just skin the animals alive... but that's beside the point.
Read my lips: You're not against people who wear fur. You're against the cruel methods used to obtain the fur.
"But if you don't buy fur, those cutesy wootsy animals wouldn't have to die!!!" you wail.
What's the difference between an Eskimo clubbing a baby seal to death for its meat or a fur hunter clubbing a baby seal to death for its fur? It's the methods, people.. read: methods. Not the purpose. If we were to champion for the purpose, then each and everyone of you should just become a vegetarian. An animal is an animal is a living creature with feelings. Animals bred for consumption also feel pain when they are being slaughtered. So there.
If KFC can breed their naked chickens for consumption and get away with it, why can't we do the same for the fur industry? If I could, I'd gladly breed foxes, lynxes, minks etc purely for commercial purposes. No need to hire illegal poachers to gun them down in the wild. And just to please PETA fans, I'll put them to sleep before stripping them of their fur. See... painless death. And so humane as well.
Actually, come to think of it... it's all a matter of perspective. In Yvy's eyes, farm animals are bred for consumption, meaning that it's totally okay to slaughter chickens, cows, etc for meat. Fair enough. But in the eyes of a VEGETARIAN, meat is murder. So who is right and who is wrong?
All I know is that wearing synthetic fur is psychologically icky, but that's just my inner snob speaking. Heh.