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Welcome to Sporks are Useless! A blog of random, useless, spork-like spam spontaneously posted by 2 authors, Hikari and Dancing Toast, twin girls with no lives, cranky and sarcastic attitudes, chaotically insane minds, and occasional violent mood swings. We will be responsible for making your visit to XXYYZ-I as frightening entertaining as possible.
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See you on the dark side of the moon!
~The Sporks Team, Hikari and DancingToast

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Kingdom Hearts II

I haven't been on the Internet for awhile. It isn't only because I died went to Orlando for a couple days. I had a few days after school ended before I left, but I didn't go on then either. Why? Because of this stupid addicting game. Roxas, the guy with the white jacket, is my favorite character. ♥

This game is sparkly (dude, even the darkness is shiny) and the nonexistent plot doesn't make any sense, but it's sooo fun. Tetsuya Nomura, the guy who drew the picture up top, is such a good artist, but he really needs to learn some basic proportions. DX Square Enix (formerly known as Square Soft) have such awesome games. Final Fantasy XIII, their most recent PlayStation one, has the most delicious graphics~ But it also makes no sense. In fact, even less than the Kingdom Hearts series. Ah well.
So. Freaking. Fun. Imma go play it now. See you later, guys.


I bought Inception on blu-ray. Now that movie was bloody freakin' brilliant. Everything was so well thought-out and the seriousness was lightened by occasional humor from the colorful characters. Did you know Christopher Nolan actually built a rotating set for the hotel scene and a concrete monstrosity on a mountain for the setting of the third level of the dream? And he hired professional avalanche makers for the avalanche. The collapse of the real building on the mountain didn't work the first time because one of the explosives didn't work, so the building toppled backwards rather than an impressive face-plant, so they built a scale model in an empty parking lot and the same thing happened. They rebuilt the model and did it over again, and that one worked. Why couldn't he have done the explosion and avalanche with computer graphics? He wanted real explosions and a real avalanche. :D I loved Eames (the forger) and Cillian Murphy's eyes are the most gorgeous things ever. I really hate the combination primary red and primary blue. D: But did you know Christopher Nolan has a British accent?

Tron was amazing, too. Yeah, some of the lines were tacky, and the time settings were off (touch-screen table-computer in the 1960s? No.), but the special effects for the light cycles and fight scenes and the suits and makeup were ruddy beautiful! You have to go watch it if you haven't already. BTW, that Sam Flynn actor was awesome. You'll definitely get a massive headache from the graphics, though. I nearly had an epileptic seizure. Figuratively.
Although, if you have watched it, can you explain to me why those "manifested" people were so special? I didn't understand.

Also, the film 500 Days of Summer wasn't a great movie, but it makes a nice statement. Love isn't glamorized and simple like Hollywood and pop songs make it, it's complicated. In the film, Tom Hansen thought Summer Flinn was the only person he'd ever love, but she went and got married to someone she hadn't even dated for as long as him. There might be some rare cases like the Hollywood kind, but real people aren't scripts and perfection. I'm just saying. Not like I've had any experience like, at all. I haven't had so much as a silly crush on someone. Still, I'm just agreeing with 500 Days; don't go throwing yourself off of buildings just because your relationship isn't picture-perfect. Jeez. You'd think people would get that, but they just go ahead and despair of ever finding another partner. In a world of almost 4 billion people, that one person isn't the only person for you. Hikari out!

Thursday, December 16, 2010

5 Things I Would Like For Elephants and Other Such Pachyderms to Trample On in Multiple Stampedes If They Were Material Objects

Spam it. I was tagged by Red Sunshine from Polished With Dust. And yes, I totally want you to cover a miscellaneous object with spam and/or spam some site you don't like. Just kidding. It's my way of speaking. "Quite frankly, my dear, I don't give a spam."

So like, I have to post something about 5 Things I Hate, or to put it more gently, 5 Things I Would Like For Elephants and Other Such Pachyderms to Trample On in Multiple Stampedes If They Were Material Objects. I tag whoever is reading as well. Here goes:

1. Teachers that don't teach. You're a teacher. I'm supposed to learn from you. If you're not going to teach properly, then I won't learn, and your class in my eye is insignificant and unimportant to my future. Simple enough? Take, for example, my World Geography teacher. Let's just say that if she qualifies as a teacher, I'd have a job.
She doesn't know how to be patient or kind in the slightest, and the way she "teaches" is for her to read the chapter, make some questions out of things she thinks are important, tests us, repeat. We've covered South America. Do I remember anything other than there's a lot of coffee and bananas going around? Nope. Besides, I already knew that before I took your sporklike class. Geez.
My science teacher was described by Toastie perfectly: Splenda. Fake sugar with a bad aftertaste and nobody likes her.
If you teach, great. If you're awesome, even better. If you're patient, cool. If you're all three, then I love you. Sensible enough Thing I Would Like For Elephants and Other Such Pachyderms to Trample On in Multiple Stampedes If They Were Material Objects, right?

2. Procrastination. Actually, only when I procrastinate. Actually, wait, I don't procrastinate awfully and I can deal with stress pretty well... Never mind. #2 will belong to cigarettes. They hurt other people, second-hand and third-hand. Lung cancer, brain damage, all those nice things. They pollute the environment. They're not good for you. You're just condemning yourself to a slow and miserable and PAINFUL death. Your dying moments will not be in peace, but in agony. And you deserve it all. Enough said.

3. Awkward moments. Yes, Wolfie, I stole this from you. I don't know what to do in embarrassing situations.
I hate it when I say something to someone and they're not talking to me. But that's not the bad part. The bad part is when they get offended that I muddied the vicinity of the air around them with my inconsequential thoughts. Guess what guys? You can choose to get offended or not. I'm not offended when people call me "yellow": the people of my ethnicity call us that too. They even have a really famous song with that in it. " We're brethren of black hair, black eyes, and yellow skin..." I make fun of myself by myself. I know I have small eyes. Gee, I wish they were bigger, but it can't be helped. I can deal with my own faults. Stop getting offended for me. I'll do it myself when I feel like it. Meaning "IF I ACTUALLY GET OFFENDED". You can go shut up and cry in a corner for all I care about people of your ilk.
Also, if you think I deliberately say things that are rude or cruel, sucks for you. The truth hurts, love, and all I say are things that I believe to be true.
But I digress. In awkward moments, I need to break the silence. Tension is bad. I need to understand your allusion to cultured things. I need to stop going on the Internet, but also understand where everything's coming from. I need to be better friends with you to get in with your inside jokes. I hate it when I don't actually know what you like so that I may have a long and pleasant conversation with you, or even a good joke. I also need you to be more accepting of myself. I'm a unique person; we have the potential to be good friends. Stop being an antagonizing bouche-dag. Laugh when it's funny. Let me know that although I don't know you well, you like what I say or do anyway. I DON'T LIKE BEING AWKWARD. Nitwit! Blubber! Oddment! Tweak! Thank you!

4. Horrible people. People who go out of their way to make every single person who isn't their friend or favorite feel absolutely awful about themselves and suffer. Teachers do this, like my infamous science and world geography teachers. They both target this one kid who talks a bit too much. Grow up, and chill, dear screeching buffaloes. I thought you guys were supposed to be mature. I don't think he deserves that kind of treatment, I know the people who do and don't receive it. Myself included. If you hate me, at least do me justice and treat me fairly. If you yell at me and I don't give you the reaction you wanted, I'm so indifferent to your immature venting. I wish to tell you many unflattering things about you too, dear. But if I did, you old hags would shrivel up with age by the time I'm done with you.
And those cliques that are super anti-flexible. I know I'm weird. Making fun of me doesn't make me less weird. I like Harry Potter and ninjas and unicorns and manga and a different style of fashion than you. I used to like Twilight until everyone thought it was the best thing since a can-opener. I admit it. That guy over there liked drugs before he got rehab. He admits it. He won't pretend he didn't, and neither will I pretend I hated Twilight from the start. (BTW, Twilight isn't a good as Harry Potter, story/plot-wise, nor is it as well-written in the slightest. Harry Potter is brilliant! Descriptive, filled with action, and even obscure details are important. But just a side note.) Quit making me feel excluded just because of what I like. You don't even know if I'm a nice person or not, so just shut up or get to know me better before you judge.
Haters included. Other people are people just like you. They don't have to like what you like, do what you do. They believe in different things; don't block them out of your happy little "normal people" group. Exempli gratis: I told my fourth period I was atheist. No one seemed to take my own decision very kindly. RELIGION ISN"T HEREDITARY PEOPLE! My friend's older sister is Buddhist while her parents are Christian or Catholic or whatever. If I choose to think that science makes more sense than heaven and Hades, let me on my merry way! I support gays, lesbians, and bis even if I'm straight. Love is love. Don't make this difficult, because it's not. Just be more tolerant. Ah, screw this, I'm going to buy one of those brilliant "Coexist" bumper stickers. I'm going to buy the biggest one in the whole freaking shop.
As well as hypocrites. Don't let me get started. I'll get even more infuriated.
And thieves. Idea thieves, art thieves, recipe thieves, knitting pattern thieves. You think that because the Internet keeps you anonymous, it gives you an excuse to be an idiot who doesn't know how to create anything by yourself? Because it doesn't. You're not cool if you're incompetent but try to seem competent through taking credit for someone else's hard work. It actually makes you come off as unbelievably stupid and the target of much-deserved insults.
And really bad wannabes. You're not cool for jumping on the bandwagon. Ugg boots? I think they're ugly. I'm not spending 150 dollars on the ugliest shoes on the face of Mother Earth, how 'bout you? Cursing is just as bad. Stop trying to impress your peers. It's supremely unattractive. You can't possibly become any more unattractive if you swear-word every other word you say. Wearing fedora hats backwards without realizing? Not only does that make you and idiot and look like one too, it also goes to show you're too busy trying to do what everyone else is doing to do it right. I'M NOT IMPRESSED. I wear hand-me-downs. I'm not trying to be gorgeous, stop criticizing me. I'm saving resources and in turn, the environment. You're saying the shirt I got from Goodwill has a permanent stain? Gee, that's probably why the frivolous rich brat donated it. TOO BAD FOR YOU. I live up to my own standards; not. yours. Never yours. Jump in front of the bandwagon; try to get others to follow you doing the right thing, the cool thing.
And inhumane people to all living creatures. Kill a lizard instead of trapping it in a plastic container and slipping a paper underneath and letting it outside, stomp on earthworms desperately crawling home instead of helping them off the sidewalk, laugh in an abused lion's face, ignore the pleas of a donation collector. They disgust me to absolutely no end.

5. Bad grammar. This seems so inconsequential compared to the other important-to-me issues I addressed before. But it just ticks me off so much when I encounter it. You're a teacher. At least take the tiniest step in trying to set a good example. Don't take points off spelling mistakes if you ask us how to spell things yourself. I helped my first grade teacher spell "spaghetti". She was the nicest lady in the first and second grade building, but when she went to ask the teacher next door, who spelled it incorrectly. She then realized I was right.

So there you have it. My "5 Things I Would Like For Elephants and Other Such Pachyderms to Trample On in Multiple Stampedes If They Were Material Objects", finished! How were your holidays? :D
(PS: Sorry about the rambling. And ranting.)
BTW, I saw a trailer for the new PotC. It looks awesome, not at all like a sucky I-won't-let-it-go movie. Gore Verbinski = ♥

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

A new PotC is coming out May 20! There's some rumors and more info on this page:
Even if it might be horrible, I can't wait!

Monday, November 29, 2010


Was an awesome movie. Go see it if you haven't already! :D

Everything was so lovable, I just need to spread the love. They sing, btw. So amazing! (Flynn's hot. XD)

(MegaMind was really cliche, if you wanna know. It was still pretty okay.)

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Harreh Pottah.

I saw Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 at like, 12:00 am this morning.
The ending was like:

And then...
And then...
WHAT?? You can't be serious! IT'S OVER??

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Short Announcement! :D

We have officially made 20 stalke-- I mean, Sporkers! :DD Happyhappyjoyjoy happyhapppyjoyjoy

That will be all.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010


Today, my family found a rainbow on the floor. It hadn't rained for a while now.


Friday, October 29, 2010

Halloween is near!

Seriously, I don't even know why I'm posting 2 posts in one day. Maybe it's because I'm a loser.

Anyway, Halloween is coming, and you know what that means! Candy and costumes! Sounds fun, right?
Wrong. I don't really like Halloween. I like the free candy, I like the no-curfew, I like gallivanting around with friends, I like exchanging candy with friends (and going to their neighborhoods to trick-or-treat because my neighborhood is foreboding during Halloween), but it's just not good enough. Sorry if I've offended anyone, but I have a different opinion. If you don't want my opinion to affect you, you don't have to read this post.
First of all, I live in Florida. In Florida, it's hot all year, which may seem like paradise to snowbirds, but they soon find out it's not. Because in Florida, on top of it being hot (not warm, but HOT!), there's so much humidity, all the girls actually have to worry about their straightened hair curling in the middle of the day. And it's not comfortable to sweat in thin layers of sweat rather than in drops. Also, Florida + Fall/Autumn= Hot and Humid with a 100.1% chance of rain. Running around in heavy costumes for 2+ hours in that kind of weather... you get the idea.
Second of all, I live with Asian parents. They're cheap, and I can't sew, so I have to try to construct some sort of lame "costume." All the nice costumes are too hot to wear in the aforementioned hot weather. Maybe I should be a tombstone, like what Older Sister was last year.
Thirdly, I have to walk around in that hot weather for 2 (and most likely more) hours, so I get hungry and sweaty. I eat some cheap, gooey, non-refreshing candy to ignore my hunger for real food, and it's probably the only time I feel uncomfortable enough to feel sick eating candy. Usually, I don't feel sick eating candy at all (even when I eat a lot), and when I eat the candy to stop the hunger, it's only 1-3 pieces. And sometimes, I feel paranoid that some stranger has poisoned my candy, but there's no way of telling if it is or not. Also, after walking around for a long time for the desired amount of candy, Older Sister yells at me throughout the year that I'm weird because I hoard the candy. I'm sorry if I don't feel like eating candy often, and what if I want some, and there is none?Parents won't buy me any, so stop making me feel even weirder than I already do, Older Sister! And I don't want to stay home either, because it's boring, I feel more antisocial than I already do, my parents don't go to the door for kids because they're too lazy to open it every time a kid ding-dongs, and I want to have a variety of candy that I can't get and can only get on Halloween because my parents don't buy me candy, and no one visit our house because it's in the back of the neighborhood.
So generally, I don't like Halloween. But you don't have to share the same opinion.
Even after expressing my reasons why I don't like Halloween, I still look forward to it every year. I'm weird. Maybe I should get a therapist for my mixed feelings. I have so many, and surprisingly, blogging clears them up, so Sporkers, bear with my rantings.

I just realized that I'm a loser.

Why? Because yesterday was an early release day, so Hikari and I finally had some time to slack off by playing on the computer. Hikari was fixing up the deviantART messages, and to hide that she was doing that, she would watch BrainPOP whenever Older Sister came by. I had turned off my computer because was used to turning it off to sleep at curfew time, but I forgot that there was no school the next day, so I just sat next to Hikari, watching her do stuff on her computer. I realized that, while other kids my age were bashing their heads playing football or watching TV until their brains ooze out of their ears, I'm sitting next to my sister, watching educational videos and popping pomegranate seeds into my mouth instead of popcorn.
We watched Pride & Prejudice (Keira Knightley version) last night, too. Surprisingly, it was very good. But I wouldn't want to read it, because it was written way-back-when they wrote boringly, so just the movie is fine.

Our neighborhood used to have a stupid dog.
It used to bark at anything that passed by its fence. Hikari & I walking home, squirrels on its fence, etc. And then it would bark at the joggers at night.
it would bark for soooo long...but then one day, it stopped. I guess the old couple who owned it got sick of its barking, or got yelled at too much by other people, or moved away, or it died.
But hey, at least when the crazy teenager tried to sing his horrible rock really loudly, it didn't like it either. I was 10 years old. It was 10:39 p.m. A college teenager had his stereos' sound up to the max, he was singing horribly and so off-key, accompanied by his guitar-playing skills he managed to drege up from his memories since he was 8. The dog barked nonstop along with him to make him shut up. After repeatedly teling my dad that I couldn't sleep due to the guy and the dog, my dad agreed that the guy was annoying, and that he would give the guy a piece of his mind. When my dad came home, he said that the neighborhood police guy made him shut up.

Wow. Rereading this post make me feel even more like a loser. Not only do I do abnormal things for kids my age, I also like cheesy old movies, and I talk about my life. I'll stop now.

Sunday, September 26, 2010



My mum got repairs for the old car and it runs really smoothly now, so my parents decided to keep it for a few more years! Also: the new car has tint now! I won't get skin cancer! YAAAYYY

This is a decidedly useless post.
This post is very spork-like.


"Older Sister, how many tentacles do squid have?"



I'll let you guys figure this post out because I love you all so much. ♥

Thursday, September 23, 2010


This is soooo weird.
So apparently, my neighborhood has omnivorous ducks.
A thing about my neighborhood you should probably know about: We have a huge amount of ducks. They are fed by any residents and so, the ducks follow you around, wanting food. This is bad, as they poop on our patio (our patio has no screen). So MY family stopped feeding them, but not the other residents. The ducks still follow residents, hoping for food.

A very long time ago, perhaps one month, our family bought ham for sandwiches. Since it is one month, the ham probably went bad. So today, since I was the only one wearing pants, I went outside to throw it out. Two of the neighborhood ducks waddled over, following me. I made kicking motions toward them (I still love the ducks, because they are childhood memories, and their babies are adorable!! Once, the mother duck made a nest near our house, but unfortunately, a rodent of some sort lived under our slightly uprooted tree, ate the eggs, and had strewn all the eggshells at OUR patio. The mother duck never came back.) to ward them off, since it was pig meat. Once I threw the ham out, it didn't fly far, so I could still see the ham. It sank to the bottom very slowly. One of the ducks swam out to where it sank, dipped its head below the water, and FREAKING PICKED IT UP AND ATE THE HAM!!!!!! I mean, WTF???!!!!

Wednesday, September 22, 2010



Yeah, you read that right. My childhood car, the one I've known since FOREVAR, is going to the... (gulp) car dump and is going to be given up for a new car. WHY IS THE WORLD SO CRUEL??? DD: There were so many memories!!! QAQ (sob, wail)
Toastie took a buncha pictures of the entire car, and my older sister didn't even come downstairs to bid it good bye!! She's so heartless!

If you don't want to read about suckiness, stop reading.

I'm having a sucky week, and it's only WEDNESDAY! And I have TWO tests, on a freaking Early Release Day. DX My Language Arts teacher, although she's nice and patient, gives us the STUPIDEST projects in. the. world. AUGH. DX
And how on Earth do I have a bad grade doing a freaking Drama WARM-UP? And why is my sketchbook graded a 95?? DX AUGH!

Monday, September 13, 2010

My mum is hilarious.

My mum is so nice to her children. ♥

Today, when she picked us up from the library (from Anime Club, if I may add), she saw us standing with our friends. The first thing she said to us when we got into the car was, "HikariToast (she combines our names), you guys are really SHORT."

But I guess that's a little better than what she said to our older sister when she was born. When she held Older Sister (I just realized we don't have a name for her) and said, "Wow, this baby is really ugly."

When we come home, the front door is locked, but if we know for sure that Older Sister is home, we knock on the door for many times obnoxiously until she opens it. So today, we knocked, and her friend (who is a guy) was over, and opened the door. The first thing that came out of Hikari's mouth was, "Ohai. Who are you?"
In the background, Older Sister was sitting in front of her computer. She laughed at Hikari's comment and then proceeded to say, "Get out of here, you got the wrong house!" XD

Many things happened on September 7th. For instance, Hikari got sick, and couldn't go to school. I had to. So in 6th period, our friend, let's call her J., asked me, "Why did you kill Hikari?!" And I was caught off-guard, so I said, " Uuuuhhhh, I was hungry! So I ate her." "How could you??!!! You're so mean!!!" XD
And then, when my mum and Older Sister came home, my mum raced upstairs and canceled all of her credit cards because they weren't in her purse. Turns out, she forgot them at home. After the call to the bank, she went downstairs, and my dad said, " I found them."
And :Older Sister got a Kingdom Hearts shirt. And when I came home, I found not one, but TWO dead bugs on my forehead. I think it was because I walked through a cloud of gnats while walking home. -_-;

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Nine-Eleven and boar experts

It's the last day of National Suicide Prevention Week. You're supposed to write, paint, or draw "LOVE" on your wrist as a sign of recognition. It's also the anniversary of the calamity that occurred in 2001. I was but a naive child when it happened. No memories at all.
Nine-eleven is also the emergency call number in America. I wonder if there's any significance in that.

My dad was watching the instant streaming for "Lost: Season 1" on Netflix, and he had his earphones on and said something that sounded like "Boar experts." So then I started to imagine things, like if I were ever a flight attendant, I would be amazed at all the different sorts of people that went on the plane. "Like that guy over there... He might be a boar expert." Or other scenarios in which you might meet a boar expert. I dunno. I'm sleepy.

I've been sick the past few days, though I think I'm better. It's random, these fits of fever.
I still needa write about the Potter Park. Remind me later.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010


The title has no relevance to the content of this post.

1. Are you happier now than you were five months ago?
No. Five months ago was the starting of SUMMER VACATION. Need I say more?

2. Have you ever slept in the same bed with anyone that you shouldn't have? No. I've only ever slept in the same bed as my sister. Oh, and friends at sleepovers.

3. Can you sleep in total darkness? That's usually how I sleep. When I turn on the night light, I can't even close my eyes.

4. Your phone is ringing. It’s the person you fell hardest for, the one who got away, what do you say?
"Why are you calling?"

5. What do you think about the weather this summer?
Rainy and hot. I don't mind rain, but I hate the heat.

6. How many people do you trust with everything?
One person. Myself. Not even Toastie.

7. What was the last thing you drank?
Water. I'm sick.

8. Is there anyone you want to come see you?
When do I not want someone to come see me?

9. Name one thing you love about winter?
Snow (even though it doesn't snow here), hot chocolate. Mostly the weather. Nice and cold. :)

10. Have you ever dated a Goth?Have I ever dated anyone?

11. What are you looking forward to tomorrow?
No school! Rosh Hashana. Man, do I love Jews. Their holidays always give us days off. :D

12. Name something you dislike about the day you’re having?
Well, I'm sick. It's not very comfortable, I can assure you.

13. What's the longest that you have committed to one person and one person only?
Do you mean romantically? If so, absolutely no time at all. I've never had a romantic relationship. If not, then, my entire life. Toastie is my twin, for Pete's sake.

14. What’s the first thing you did when you opened your eyes today?
I got up and went to the bathroom to brush my teeth and wash my face. Do you expect me to like, jump up and down screaming?

15. Has anyone ever told you they never want to ever lose you?

16. Is there anybody that you wish you could fix your relationship with?
Never had a relationship.

17. Could you go out in public, looking like you do now?
No. I'm not wearing a bra. Plus, my shorts are PJ shorts; they're embarrassingly short and have flowers all over them. The person across my street goes to my school. I don't think so.

18. Do you think things will change in the next 3 months?
Probably. But your question is too vague. If by "things" you mean my own life, yes. My parents may buy a new car within the next month. If by "things" you mean technology, yes to that as well. Technology is always advancing. If by "things" you mean the environment, yes. We humans are always finding ever-imaginative ways to kill everything around us. If by "things" you mean the fact that I have to go to Kumon, no. That won't change in three months.

19. Do you believe that you never know what you got until you lose it?
I can say I appreciate things that most people overlook, but your question is yet again too vague.

20. Do you have a friend of the opposite sex you can talk to?
Yeah. Mr. Ticket Clerk.

21. What was your best/favorite subject at school?
Ew. School.

22. Describe your accent:
I have no accent. I speak normal American English. Except I pronounce "won" like it rhymes with "Ron". A lot of people say "won" like it's a homonym of "one". It's a very small thing.

23. If you could change anything about yourself, would you?
Definitely. Infinitely many things.

24. What do you wear to sleep?
An old t-shirt and underwear.

25. When was the last time you were in a very good mood? What caused it?
Uhhh....... Too lazy to try to remember.

I will post about The Wizarding World of Harry Potter later! I'm too lazy right now.

Friday, September 3, 2010

History has been made!

Four days ago, August 30th, 2010, history was indeed made.
In my life, anyway.

It started with a book. A book by Mitch Albom, (an author whose books you should really read, if I may add), named, For One More Day. It is an amazing book that was so touchiing, it actually made me CRY.
For the first time in my life, a book made me cry. Usually that never happens to me. Not even during Where the Red Fern Grows. That was the very first time a book has ever made me cry. Not a snot-sweat-and-tears cry, mind you, but enough for tears to fall from my eyes.

And that is the history that was made.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

The Lizards Are Back

And I wish they'd go home. D:

Y'know how we mentioned that there were lizards living in the potted plant in my house in an earlier post? We got rid of the ones that had freaking lizard BABIES and eventually got rid of all of them, but as soon as Toastie and I leave with our mom for China, my dad somehow gets more. He practices golf in our backyard, and he says that lizards like getting in his golf bag and in the plant he puts his bags near. He's scared as heck of lizards because his elders told him lizards would crawl on him and go into his ear and eat his brains.
When I first heard them, before I saw the lizard, I was freaking out because I thought something electronic was malfunctioning. D: Scary! I have to catch them, and it ain't easy. You have to sneak towards them, not making a single sound, trap them under plastic containers and slip some paper underneath and bring it outside. The tiny baby lizards are easy to catch, but the big one are nightmares. One jumped on me once because it was trying to get away from the plastic container. Stupid.
They rustle in the leaves, driving me crazy. GO HOME ALREADY! T^T

Monday, August 23, 2010


I think this is going to be a looong year...

I hate the people in my Art class. There are like, three guys and two girls who are absolute nincompoops and ruin the class for everyone. They only wanted to go to Art because they think Art is easy! I can tell that most people in the class will at least try to do something because they at least appreciate Art or have some sort of artistic ability (vaguely?), but those other people should just leave.

And I have lunch in the middle of my third period, and it's absolutely squished. Like, zero room. And they make us sit in the order we lined up in, so across from me are idiots and only next to me are friends. It's stupid, and I don't even think it's going to be my lunch. The first week is supposedly "different" from the rest of the year. And the teacher is really late in picking us up from lunch. Drama... may be embarassing, and I'm really self-concious. At least I have friends in all my classes, but my retarded last name seats me soo far away from them in class. *cry*

Wish me luck!

Thursday, August 19, 2010


I never knew how much I depended on school to make interesting content for you guys to read.

I went to Open House this morning and found out that my first period teacher tries not to give weekend homework, my math class will be easy, my third period teacher tries not to give homework in general, and I have Drama and Art for the entire school year. Language Arts is Language Arts. Since when does the L.A. teacher actually teach anything? What do you expect? It's a Language Arts teacher. Mr. Ticket Clerk is in all of my classes. O_o And I have absolutely no classes with Sunshine! TT^TT
Seventh grade probably won't be hard, but I think I speak too soon... We'll see.

I have friends in every class! Woot! Now I don't have to use effort and make friends! XD I'm lazy and kinda antisocial. ;DD My lovely Skyuki dyed her hair! ... again. Now it's like, Asian-colored hair. She's turning into an Asian! Like-like-like... an egg! White on the outside, yellow on the inside. XD I'm so mean.

btw, I finished watching the Fullmetal Alchemist anime. FMA is like the best manga out there; go read it!! <33
Maybe I'm only antisocial because I lack means of communication other than a house phone and email. Most people text and use Facebook. Just in case you were wondering, I'm NOT going to get a Facebook because a) I don't know how to upload pictures from my camera to my computer [otherwise I wouldn't need my friends to help me scan my DA pics], b) I don't want to become even more of a loser by getting addicted, and finally, c) I don't have any friends to talk to anyway *cough* loser *cough*. I might get one in high school?? Just to keep in touch, y'know?

I'm still alive, don't worry. We went to China for the majority of our vacation, remember? And the Chinese Internet servers didn't let us go on blogger, so we couldn't post. I may not be here as often anymore. I have a DeviantART account, so I'll mostly be active there, maybe. The upcoming school year may change my Internet frequenting, though. My Neopets are dying... (Again, I'm a loser who has no life. :D)

Also! I didn't notice until just now that our Stalker count has gone up again! Yaaayy!! Thanks guys!
P.S. : When you italicize things in Gmail, it italicizes the opposite way of Blogger's way. I thought Blogger and Gmail were both made by Google. Why are they different?

Tuesday, August 17, 2010


Not really though!

I will tell you about my not-so-productive day.

1) I woke up at about 7:31 in the morning because my eldest sister and father go jogging in the morning to lose weight. Hikari and I are supposed to, but we aren't now. They jog in the mornings 'cuz it's less hot any other time in Florida and when they wake up, they're really loud. I keep waking up every 30 minutes, reminding myself to finish my Kumon, since it's due today.

2) The half-hour before I wake (about 11:37), I had a really crazy dream about touring China again (maybe it was an excerpt of a nightmare), while being on a crappy brown Chinese tour bus designed like a toy train that's connected in the middle but somehow stayed intact inside. The doors were in the middle instead of near the front, and my Grandma (some weird one who didn't look like my real Grandmas at all) was on the seat near the middle, and I was all like, "no Grandma, don't sit there, it's bad for your health" since in the dream, the not-Grandma had heart problems or something, so she was all like, "shut up mind your own beeswax" but not before these weird little Chinese kids (because Chinese kids are horrible) were in my tour group and being hateful to me for no reason and rushed me onto the tour bus. Then the tour bus randomly turned into a crowded but better white-and-blue bus with my whole Kumon building's people inside. There were tables and chairs and a TV we were all watching to learn a lesson because apparently we turned into a school-type place ON A BUS (and I know we were still on a moving bus because I could see the scenery flash by) and then I woke up. All in Chinese of course. Maybe the dream was my subconscious telling me that I needed to do my Kumon and torturing me with China again.

3) I woke up, ate breakfast, and finished my Kumon. I tell my sisters about my dream-excerpt, and they give me funny looks. Then I go on the computer and read Hyperbole and a Half for the majority of my day. I take a break to go downstairs and eat because I'm hungry. I crave Chinese-store gelatin.The mini-fruit gelatin that I want to eat is FREAKING HARD to open, so I take 20 minutes to open the 1 1/2 inch plastic container, and by now, my craving is gone. as soon as I open it, the juice at the top explodes everywhere and all over my arm. I have to drink all of the juice (which is surprisingly a lot, since usually other brands of Chinsese-store-gelatin doesn't have too much juice), and eat the mere sliver of gelatin. I'm still hungry after all of this, and say, "screw nutrition and the jelly, I'm eating a chopstickful of Nutella" and I do so. Reading Hyperbole and a Half with lots of recently-consumed sugar is not a good idea, so while I'm typing this, I'm really hyper and explains my lack of punctuation. Anyway, the lesson is this: Never read about ADHD people's ADHD while adrenaline is rushing through your veins because it feels as though you have ADHD yourself when you weren't born with it. It works almost as well as getting high.
MAN, I want more Nutella. And maybe that's the reason I feel high. And I did this all in my trashy pajamas.

Friday, August 13, 2010

Amazing blog is amazing.

You do not believe how incredibly funny this blog is :

Usually, when I'm reading something funny, I usually smirk, smile or giggle. But I never laugh outright. This blog made that possible. I was laughing loudly, hysterically, and probably had a weird face on while I laughed like a maniac.

Or at least, it's funny for the Others. You see, the awesome people following this blog are the rare Others. What are Others, you ask? Well, most of the Others are around the ages of 12-15, or just really mature elementary school kids. Have you ever noticed that on TV, there are groups of Preps, Emos/Goths, Jocks/Man-Whores/not-brain-dead-boys-who-are-popular-but-got-so-caught-up-pretending-to-be-stupid-just-to-impress-a-prep-that-the-boy-actually-beacame-stupid, Band, etc.? Well, the others are the ones who don't fit in any of those categories and are actually mature/are academically able/ Nerds/ scorners of popular peoples. If you're a Popular Person, you obviously wouldn't be reading this blog or like it after I've just offended you, so you don't have to pay attention to the awesomest link above. But if you Others ignore that link, you'll be deprived of one of the most famous and funny blogs in the world.

So go read that blog. Now.


Meanwhile, as we finish laughing our noses off, my comment in the below post continues ranting about China. Read my first comment on that post and separate imagination and reality about China. Because China is not full of happy dragons. It's full of a land where a Health and most likely Sanitation Department doesn't exist even in the natives' imagination. But you don't have to, if you don't like me ranting. Just continue imagining that China is a wonderland of culture. But when the day comes that you do visit China, let me know what happened on your trip when you come back. After you survive the rip-off tourist attractions, of course.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Don't worry; we're alive!

Hai guys! Miss me? Well too bad, I'm back!
Guess where I was over most of summer break? In China! I will now give you an extremely long rant about the most horrible place ever...
In links!---> and !!!
Don't read them if you hate complainers. China's the most horrible place in the universe, so don't go. Seriously. Don't go.

So guys, how was your summer? Fun? Boring? Where'd you go?Pleeeeeaaasssee comment!
Also, if anyone's having problems with the Mixpod/Sporadio, please let meh know. You move down by clicking on the last song on the page and then pressing the ►► arrow. Any songs to recommend is fine. Just comment and I'll see. Sorry about not posting before and after school ended. And the whole summer. Eh heh. *awkward laugh* O_o'
Well, I have nothing more to say, except that there's a poll. So tata for now. ~Toastie.

Sunday, May 30, 2010


I added a MixPod! It's over there!-------->
LOOK AT IT!!! >3<

***WARNING!!!*** If you don't like songs that you can't understand, this Mix Pod is not for you. Put your computer on mute if you really hate it that much.

There are A LOT of songs. I mean it! If you want to listen to all of it, be my guest and waste a good 2 hours of your life.
I am considering putting more on, like all of the old Disney Songs. But there are a lot, so....I dunno if I should put it on, cuz I might break it. Helpeh meh decide??
Hope you like it as much as you love mudkips! Enjoy!
(P.S.: I changed my pic into a penguin!)

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Of all the things...

Welp, continue reading.

Hey, Sporkers! Miss me? No? Fine. I love you, too, ungrateful gits. Haha, just kidding. I heart you guys. As you may have seen on Sharkie's blog, she and I are going to a friend's b'nai mitzvah! I am terribly unprepared, unlike Sharkie, whose mother prepared like, a month early. I need a cockatil dress, knee-high socks (I have some, though they're striped and that would be too casual to wear), and a pair of ballet flats. THE B'NAI MITZVAH IS IN FIVE DAYS AND I STILL DON'T HAVE ANYTHINGGG.
Also, Geraldine's blog, Tossing Wombats, is HILARIOUS. If you don't already follow her blog, follow it.
ujaghfiurhbfjb I have a reading project due June first and my partner's an irresponsible b****. We haven't gotten a single thing done! D:

Anyway, what do you say about Toastie and I remodeling the blog, huh? *wink wink, nudge nudge*

Saturday, May 1, 2010

The Awesome Post

It's only awesome because I posted it.

So I'm back! I've been soo busy lately and haven't gotten a chance to post in FOREVER!! I'm sorry, devoted, beloved followers! > <
Anyway, I've been reading the House of Night series lately, and it made me write this:

Do people have a natural aversion to darkness, or just a natural attraction to light, like moths to a flame?
Whose idea was it that light is associated with goodness and darkness is associated with evil?
What if the angels punished and the demons rewarded?

And I was thinking about a way to make a flower symbolic if I were ever to send my regards to a funeral I couldn't attend, so I thought of this: A rose without thorns is like life without danger.
Think about it, people. What symbolizes life, and what symbolizes danger? Did you guess the rose and the thorns, respectively? Good!

NO MELLO ROOS!! What does that mean, anyway? And I thought of this last Friday:
Admiration, adoration, and infatuation are not to be mistaken for love.

Oh right! Y'know those stupid rubber bands that're in the shape of animals and such? Well, Rosa and I got a SNAIL!! You'll get it if you see our deviantART account in a little while. Andandand the World Expo in Shanghai, China is open today!! Apparently there's a violin-playing robot as part of the Japan part of the Expo, from what I saw on T.V.
I saw How to Train Your Dragon. See any good movies lately?

Wednesday, April 21, 2010


Long time no see, eh?
Well anyway, sorry I haven't been posting for quite a while.
I've been injured, you see. And the times I was on the computer, I didn't know what to post. So I didn't. But anyway, now I have some material, and I can post now.
You're injured??? Well, yes. You see, I went to Candy Mountain and fell after tripping on a giant peppermint. And so I got a little fracture. But I got a hard shoe and everything's good now!
Anyway, has anything weird happen to you all lately? Like really, really weird.
I know I have.
I was walking out the classroom door after 3rd period and I see this girl I know being bombarded by boys hugging her.
And if that isn't weird enough, I see Bouncing Wolf start skipping in the courtyard after lunch. And it's really weird to see a gangly boy start skipping. Trust me.
So comment, please, and tell me what weird things have happened to you lately!

Sunday, April 11, 2010

I'm Out!


I'm not really interested in blogging anymore. I've found stuff i really love and blogging is kinda boring now. So I am leaving.
I'll keep up PWD in case i wish to blog at random, but I'm done here. I forget to post and when i try to, i dont really like it anymore. So this it.

Yeah, im really leaving sporks. It is now Hikari's and Toasts because I am done here. It's been pretty awesome to watch this site grow, but its time for me to leave. I was going to leave in september, after two years of SAU, but I wont post, so what's the point. There will be no more schedules or rules or anything for Hikari and Toast, and I'll continue to read and comment on this blog.

Thanks everyone for an awesome year and a half of blogging, and an awesome nerdy, bloggy, tiny community. I wish everyone the best with their blogs!

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Memes and scars.

1. What is your first name?

2. Were you named after anyone?
Hikari is an alias...

3. Do you wish on stars?
I used to.

4. When did you last cry?
I cried out of frustration. My daddo was yelling at me.

5. Do you like your handwriting?
I love my handwriting! ♥

6. What is your favorite lunch meat?
Chicken, definitely, without a doubt.

7. What is your most embarrassing CD?
I have no idea. I like the Internet, not CDs.

8. If you were another person, would you be friends with you?
Of course! I'm awesome!

9. Do you have a journal?
Nope, only internet one. ( I gave up on my diary... I think I haven't written on it since last year, or new year... nope! Last year.)

10. Do you use sarcasm a lot?
Yes, of course!

11. What are your nicknames?
Panini, Macarona, Yuan... Hikari. With me and Toast, Hiki-chan.

12. Would you bungee jump?
NEVER. (Unless, of course, with the right amount of money...)

13. Do you untie your shoes before you take them off?
What kind of idiot does that? I'm too lazy.

14. Do you think that you are strong?
Kind of? Maybe? Possibly?

15. What is your favorite ice cream flavor?
Cookies and cream, mint chocolate chip, cookie dough... *goes on and on and on*

16. Shoe size?
Size five T^T

17. Red or pink?
It really depends.

18. What is your least favorite thing about yourself?
I hate a lot of things about myself.

19. What do you miss most?
Having time.

20. Do you want everyone you send this to, to send it back?
Errr.... Send? Was this in a chain mail?

21. What color pants/shoes are you wearing?
Black pants and blue striped socks. I don't wear shoes in the house.

22. What are you listening to right now?
Household sounds.

23. Last thing you ate?
String beans.

24. If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
Gray. I'm not dreary, I'm just in-between lots of things. Gray is in between black and white.

25. What is the weather like right now?

26. Last person you talked to on the phone?
My daddo.

27. The first thing you notice about the opposite sex?
Face, voice... I don't really know/notice what I notice.

28. Do you like the person who sent this to you?
Sent? Again, was this in a chain mail?

29. Favorite drink?
Diluted fruit juices.

30. Favorite sport?

31. Hair color?
Asian hair color.

32. Eye color?
Asian eye color.

33. Do you wear contacts?

34. Favorite food?
Too many, mum cooks too well.

35. Last movie you watched?
Alice in Wonderland.

36. Favorite day of the year?

37. Scary movies or happy endings?
Happy endings. I don't watch scary movies. (Unless you count Harry Potter, but those are intense, not scary.)

38. Winter or summer?
Winter, definitely.

39. Hugs or kisses?

40. What is your favorite dessert?
Whatever my house is stocked-up on. I don't really eat dessert.

41. Who is most likely to do this meme?
Someone out there, bored people.

42. Who is the least likely to do this meme and comment?
No idea.

43. What books are you reading?
Extras, by Scott Westerfeld. (By the way, I really liked Specials, too.)

44. What's on your mouse pad?
A mouse, dust, dead skin cells, part of my hand.

45. What did you watch on TV last night?
I don't watch T.V. Internet FTW! (But I guess I can say Phineas & Ferb... That show is so awesome!)

46. Favorite smells?
Everything that smells GOOD.

47. Favorite sound?
Whatever sounds good.

48. Rolling Stones or Beatles?
What kind of question is that?

49. What's the furthest you've been from your home?

50. Do you have a special talent?
Being stupid, being funny (sometimes), being crazy (always)

51. What is your ring tone?
I don't have a cell phone...

Another meme from Sunday Stealing:

1. How old do you look?
My age.

2. Where do you live?

3. Are you waiting for something?
Yep. Break.

4. What’s one pet peeve of yours that is not common?
People speaking too loudly?

5. Do you want/have kids?
I dunno if I want kids...

6. Have you ever thought about converting your religion?
What religion?

7. Last shocking news you heard?
That people thought your face was pretty. That's shocking, all right.

8. What was the last thing you drank?

9. Who do you most look like in your family?
Dad and mum mixed.

10. If you could have something right now, anything, what would it be?
Time, and an endless quota of wishes.

11. Where does most of your family live?
Again, STALKER!!

12. Where did you grow up?
Where I live today.

13. Where do you want to go on vacation?
JAPAN, what kind of a question is that?

14. Have you ever had a panic attack?
Self-inflicted to make people laugh.

15. What can’t you wait for?
Again, break. Am I supposed to wait for the love of my life or something? Geez.

16. When’s the last time you told someone you loved him or her and meant it?
Today. I love my parents.

17. Have your parents ever smoked pot?
NEVER. (Not that I know of...)

18. Want someone back in your life?
Did I ever lose someone? Maybe... My cat?

19. What do you order at the bar?
Underage drinking is baaaaadd.

20. When was the last time you cried really, really hard?
Last month. Happy April Fools' Day!

21. Ever licked someone’s cheek?
Eww, gross, no.

22. What is your favorite thing to eat with peanut butter?
Oreos, apples, bread, bread with jelly........

23. Where were you on July 4th, 2008?
I think I was watching the local fireworks...

24. What are your nicknames?
Panini, Macarona, Hikari, Hiki-chan between me and Toast. [Again...]

25. If you could go back in time, how far back would you go?
I hate time paradoxes.

26. What color is your watch?
I don't have one... I want one, though. It'd be black, I suppose.

27. What do you think of when you hear “Australia”?
Dryness, poisonous animals (mainly snakes), and kangaroos and koalas... I 'm so stereotypical.

28. Would you strip for money?

29. Do you go in a fast food place or just hit the drive thru?
Usually I go in. I think I can count the number of times I've gone through a drive-thru. In my life. I don't even eat out very often, much less eat junk food very often.

30. What is your favorite number?
7, 13, 17. Though in actual math, I like using even numbers. Maybe because they're definitely divisible by something. Somehow, odd numbers ALWAYS tend to be either big, prime, or non-divisible.

31. Who’s the last person you talked to on the phone?
My dad.

32. Any plans today?
Sleep. It's Spring break, after all.

33. In how many states have you lived?
How much time do you have to spend in a state to be considered living in it?

34. Biggest annoyance right now?

35. Last song listened to?
Some Fall Out Boy song.

36. Can you say the alphabet backwards?
Given time, yes.

37. Do you have a maid service clean your house?
Like, one lady. Every two weeks.

38. Favorite pair of shoes you wear all the time?
You mean my ONLY pair of shoes? My brown, dying sneakers I've had since fourth grade.

39. Are you jealous of anyone?
No one real fills my quota of jealously. It's usually characters in manga or books. Also, other artists that are GOOD AT ART are worthy of my jealousy. Never mind, I found some people real to be jealous of!

40. Is anyone jealous of you?
I highly, highly doubt it. Except maybe people jealous of my ability to be funny. Just kidding, no one has brains enough to see me past my hair.

41. Do you love anyone?
My friends and family. And the Internet.

42. Do any of your friends have children?
I sincerely hope not. My friend pretends she's pregnant, though.

43. What do you usually do during the day?

44. Do you hate anyone that you know right now?
Just about half the school population; they're all idiots.

45. Do you use the word hello daily?
I say hi more often. Weirdly, I say 'hi!!' when I'm freaked out suddenly.

46. What color is your car?
I don't own a car of my own...

47. What size wedding ring do you wear?
There are different sizes? Just kidding, I'm not even married, but still; there are different sizes?

48. Are you thinking about someone right now?
Er.... No?

49. Have you ever been to Six Flags?
Where is that place, anyway?

50. How did you get your worst scar?
I went to a science museum when I was little, and there was like a car engine or something that you could lift up with a pulley. I did that, but there was an effing square-seated stool that was near the pulleys, and I banged my head on the freaking corner of the seat, being little and not lifting the car engine at all because I was so weak and light. My head hurt (hurt as in, gushing out blood), so my dad was nearby, sleeping. I woke him up, crying because "my head hurt" and since I was little, I cried about something that didn't hurt much at all. God, I think that was probably the scariest thing my dad ever woke up to: a bleeding, crying child. Err, so my dad got someone from the museum, got Toastie from wherever she was, and I was rushed to the hospital. I thought the lady giving me stitches was just pulling my eyebrow hairs instead of actually sewing my skin up. I still remember my conversation with her... My scar is still there, above my right eye, making it a little smaller than my left eye.

Also, one time when I was in kindergarten or so, I was biking home with my older sister, who, at the time was in fifth grade. Being so much more physically stronger than I was, she was going too much ahead of me for my liking, so I told her to slow down many times. I suppose eventually she got angry, so she rode ahead. I was so desperate to catch up to her that when my bike ran over a bump in the sidewalk, I fell off my bike and hurt my knee, leaving a roughly medicine tablet-sized scar, which still exists today, marring my knee.

Wow, this is a really long post.

Monday, March 29, 2010


Random fact: On a recent survey, researchers found out that women worry about their bodies about 252 times a week, or 36 times a day.
Ok, so Hikari and I were traveling to Orlando, Florida on Earth to play around in the theme parks Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure during Spring Break. Strangely enough, as we were exiting our town, we saw a Hispanic-looking lady(not to be racist) flossing her teeth while driving. And on the way to a rest stop, we saw a guy shaving his face while driving, too. So I have come to the conclusion that people do random things while driving. Also on the way, I think I saw an armadillo on the side of the road, even though they aren't native to Florida. Either that, or it was a really big, shiny, bald-looking rat. On another note, Hikari and I bought Thing 1 and Thing 2 hoodies at Universal Studios when the Seussland was in Islands Of Adventure.
Speaking of Seussland, I LOVE SEUSSLAND! The guy is so amazing, he inspired a whole addition to a famous park! There were so many amazing things there for geeks like me. There was a whole bookstore of his books, there was a resturant in the shape of a giant Green Eggs and Ham, there was a whole kiddie park with cute little things from the books, a resting area with an excerpt from Horton Hatches the Egg with the nest and the egg, another addition had McGilligot's Pool, and the rides had all of his wacky characters. Sorry about all the advertising, but if you're a geek, then you'll like it too! and Dr. Seuss (Theodore Giesel) was a funny guy. His art teacher hated him, and his other teachers said he wouldn't amount to anything, etc. He died of lung cancer because he smoked pipes. He tried to stop by putting dirt and radish seeds into his pipe and every so often he would take an eyedropper out, and squeeze out a few drops of water. He did this on a bus one day, and a lady asked him, "What are you doing?" and he said, "I'm watering the radishes." He invited a friend over for dinner, and when the friend fell asleep on his chair, he couldn't resist drawing his wacky Dr.Seuss characters on the friend's starched white shirt. A friend bet him that he couldn't make a children's book out of only 50 differrent words, but he did, and Green Eggs and Ham was the result. He never got the bet money(50$), not even when he died. XP Poor him. I bet the whole world screamed "NOOOOOO!!!!!!!" when they found out he died. There's also a museum/school/some-building-or-other of one of his wives, I forget which. Probably his first wife, who died. anyhoos, the reason I know all of this was because I did a project on him in 5th grade. WowthispostisreallylongIthingI'llstopnow.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

The Spleen Queen

Random fact: In some languages, the word toast is only used for toasted sandwiches.
I'll explain the title. So one day, we all were sitting inside during P.E. because the fields were too wet. And my friend Riolu called me a scream queen, but I misheard her saying, "You're such a spleen queen, Toast!" "What?! What did you call me? A spleen queen??!!"
So yeah.
Anyhoos, I LOVE Vocaloid! They are my favorite little singers ever! Especially the twins, Rin and Len Kagamine, as you can see from my profile. I even have a whole playlist of Vocaloid! <----and that is my playlist. They have surprisingly a lot of characters that I still have yet to look up. It has its own manga, Hatsune Mix, and it is here: but it's completely and utterly random, I'm warning you, and my version of random is SUPER random.
And sadly, out of all the Sorks authors, Flossingsunshine will be leaving, because she just isn't into Sporks anymore. She has other blogs to maintain, and besides, she owes, like, 57,000 punishments. And this is a small price compared to deleting the whole blog, as she wanted to do. So now it's just me and Hikari. But we won't delete her, just in case she wants to post from time to time. And the schedule doesn't exist anymore. Hopefully you like these posts.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Alice in Wonderland, film adaption 2010

Two quotes from that movie:

"Am I going mad?"
*feels forehead* "Oh dear, you are going mad, bonkers, completely off your rocker! But I'll tell you a secret... *lowers voice* All the best people are."

"Tell me now or you'll lose your heads!"
"But we already have! Ah ha ha ha ha ha ha!"

Those quotes seem to describe me perfectly. Oh! I just finished watching Hairspray, and they have some really catchy songs in there... You can't stop the motion of the ocean or the sun in the sky! Wow, I haven't had dinner yet, but strangely, I'm not hungry. I just noticed that when I type, I use a lot of commas. Perhaps and over-excessive use of commas.

I posted without anyone reminding me to! I'm such a good person!
You can't stop the beat!

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Wa ha ha ha ee hee hee

Random fact: Humpback whales are very acrobatic.
I dunno what to post! So I think I shall sing a song!
♪X is equal to negative b, plus or minus the square root, of b squared minus four ac, all over two a!♫ It's the quadratic formula, in song! Sung to "Pop goes the Weasel". We were annoying my mum with that.
It's so weird! There's no underlining button when you post stuff, have you noticed that?
Can someone tell me the name of the Ponyo song that IS NOT "Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea"? I really wonder what the name is so that I can look it up on Youtube.
By the way, a lot of blogs that we recommend in previous posts have been neglected to be looked at, so remember to visit them, they get lonely. They consist of:,,,, Wolfie, I'm doing a favor for you, I'm advertising your new blog, and my friend's blog,
Just remember to visit them. I really don't have anything else to say.

Monday, March 15, 2010

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ, it's the most remarkable word I've ever seen...

(This is my double punishment: an acrostic poem using all the letters of the alphabet, except X, when I can use an EX word instead. So here goes:)

All must die.
But I'm not dead...yet.
Can you guess what I mean?
Duh, it means I'm back from the dead.
Except, not really. I've died before.
From a heart attack. Deathnote-related? I think not.
Gah, how do I explain this acrostically?
Hmm, well, one day
I was making a smoothie with my sisters
Joyce and Toastie.
'Kay, so we were pouring the smoothie into cups, but since the smoothie was thick, I tipped the
Lousy (but delish) stuff upside-down, but it spilled all over the table in large quantities
Making me have a heart attack and die.
Now, my conscience gave up its own existence for me, so I'm back,
Only heartless. No sense of right and wrong.
Probably why I've been away so long, I didn't think I was doing anything wrong. (Hey that rhymed!)
Quite surprisingly, I'm back.
Rali (Babulous Girl) still comes here? Oh noes! I'm
So sorry!! > <
his doesn't really seem like a poem, does it? But
U have to admit, the
Very first line was poetic.
Well, now. How many of you
Expected this to be an actual poem? Or did
You think it was going to be as I progressed?
Zero chance of that happening, being the person I am.

(Alice in Wonderland was really cool, btw.)

Friday, March 5, 2010

One Love, One Heart

^Let's get together and feel alright^
Bob Marley has some awesome songs, man.
So I am excused from all punishments.
For those of you that dont know, aka, don't read PWD,
I've lost my dad due to a tragedy I won't speak of. So things suck.
Random Fact:
Karoke means "empty orchestra" in Japanese.
So I won't be posting here alot for a little while, though next week I'll be active on neutral smiles, and that's probably it.
Did ya'll miss me?

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Am I the only one posting?!

Seriously, guys! Sporks needs more variety than me! No one's posted other than me! Have you Sorkers noticed that??!! And Hikari, you really need to post you punishment next time, otherwise, you'll owe 2 punishments.
Random fact: Scientists have found out a way to turn ordinary skin cells into stem cells, which means that they can grow a new body part for you for surgery, without your body rejecting it, like donated organs. Like this lady, she needed to get her trachea replaced, so scientists took some of her skin cells, made a trachea-shaped model and turned her skin cells into stem cells, which grew all over the model, and they put it in her, and she's living happily ever after.
I dunno what else to post...But isn't that cool??!!---^
I am friends with some forest animals. You all know our follower, Geraldine the Chipmunk, and I am friends with a unicorn. Don't ask. And I am friends with a coin, the sky, Japanese cartoons, a Wonderbread-peanut-butter-and-banana sandwich, sunshine and light, and a jack-o-lantern. Yes I'm a weirdo. I myself am Toast.
Well bye bye now, Toastie out!

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

I'm heer!

Random fact: An ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain.
Hikari didn't post on Monday, so now she is the first person in blogger history to receive 2 punishments in a row. Her punishment (was given to her by me) is to post an entire post acrostic-ly.
And so, yesterday I found this really cool
Bar that is famous for its sign, which openly
Complains about get it. This is the link:
It CAN'T be like:
Arghdiumdebleh I hate you Toast
Bahgletibleh I hate this punishment
Curse you, Toast!
So yeah. Sunshine didn't post twice in a row too, so technically she needs to have a punishment, but she's excused.
Do you know Vocaloid? And Miku's song, Black Rock Shooter? Well, there's gonna make it into an anime!!! But sadly, it's coming out in April, so far away...-_-Here's a link to Vocaloid songs: the last song is a trailer and is the person making it, I think...
I dunno what else to post, so bye bye!

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

I dunno...

^You can fill out the blank there^
Random fact: Cockroaches can adapt to all of the poisons and pesticides you throw at them. And Hikari didn't post, so that means if she misses it again, then she'll make the record of first blogger to get 2 punishments in a row. Also, Toastie has no idea what to post about, so this'll be one really lame post.
I'll ask random questions, then.
Q:What language do you think in?
Your A:_____________
Q:Have you seen Monty Python?
Your A:_____________
Q:Do you think coconuts migrate?
Your A:_____________
Q:Do you think this is a lame post?
A:Yes! That's a no-brainer!

Friday, February 12, 2010

Barbie Eat A Sandwich To Survive

^barbie eat a sandwich, barbie eat a sandwich^
There are so many things wrong with that song. It's just musically incorrect.
So, I'm confused, puzzled, and in a daze. Sort of.
So it's pre-valentines day and I got Twilight Sweethearts, they sparkle. Ahh Twilight. Good Times.
Onto real news, Percy Jackson and the Olympitards. That movie looks so bad. I was invited to see it, but I'm not wasting money based on that trailer. What about ya'll? I didn't read the books, so I feel nothing towards it.
Onto even realer news, jackets and holding them. Toast and I were throwing a tennis ball at a wall in gym today and she didn't wanna hold her jacket, so when I suggest she tie it around her waist she replied, "But it looks weird~~" What's up with everyone thinking it looks weird? Of coarse it does there's a flipping Jacket around your Waist! but it's so convenient. Furrealious.
And even realer, realer news: Let's play the book game! Imma ask a question, open to a random page in a book, point at any sentence and it will answer my question.
q: What is god? A:Crash-crash-crash. (HP&the Chamber of Secrets)
q: if Sporks are useless was a person,what would it tell its valentine? a: It was hard to believe you were so irresistible. (Twilight)
aww thats not nice.
Oh well, we're not a very nice blog. Happy Valentine's Day!

Wednesday, February 10, 2010


Random fact: Broccoli is an inside-out flower.
So it'd be nerd-tastic if someone gave another person a chunk of broccoli and say, "Here you go! Have some flowers!"
Fungi is really cool. Long before plants grew on Earth, fungi came and broke down the rock to make soil. And the mushroom is only the reproducing part, so if you wanna get rid of mushrooms, you're only chopping off the reproducing part. The actual fungi-part is underground; it's just not reproducing. But the more the mushroom moves, the more the spores get shaken out, so you're actually spreading the fungi. Fungi kinda works like the movie Avatar, with all the blue people connecting with the earth and stuff. It's a whole network underground in the really old forests, and they attach to trees. When they attach to trees, it's kinda like the crocodile and the bird. The bird gets the croc's leftover food, and the crocodile gets free dentistry, except with fungi, they exchange nurtrients and stuff. Termites have adapted to sensing fungi spores in the air, because if they eat the spores/mushroom, the spore grows inside of them until finally, they die because the fungi grew too big. So this scientist guy who knows all about fungi has a termite problem in his house. He genetically modifies a few mushrooms so that they won't give off spores. The termites ate the mushrooms, and then they exploded from the fungi growing inside of them. But the fungi that grew out of that grew spores, so no more termites in that guy's house.
Sorry about blabbing on and on about fungi. I just didn't know what to post.

Monday, February 8, 2010

La la la la la la la Zorro's back~~

(Actually, I'm back)
D'ARMGUHBLEH SUNSHINE I HATE YOUU. Not really, though. This is the first punishment of SAU. I feel honored and ashamed. A post of song lyrics... (btw, the new paragraphs mean new, random, sort of related topics) So here goes:

He was right up on the glass all yellow eyed black teeth bangin' on the windshield screaming like a demon at the top of his lungs–
I'm yo' biggest fan, I'll folla' you until you love me–
I don't love youuu, like I did... yester-er-da-ay–
I'll keep tossing rocks at 'chur window–
There was a terrible cra-ash–
Romeo take me–
Just around the riverbend–
Soaring, tumbling–
Catch me, as I fall–
Facedown in the di-irt–

I wanna be praised from a new perspective–
Ya beau-ta-faalll–
You set mah soul alive–
It's truuee–
Hey there–
Never mi-ind there's a lake–
Under the sea–
Fishy in the sea–
I feel alone–
When did your heart go missing?–
At my fu-u-ner-ralllll–

And I'd pro-mise you an-y-thing–
You swear on your li-ife–

Now it's raining mo' than eva–
Un-derneath the green~ um-brella–

Cut up all the–
Beef, pork, chicken!–
And scrubbing up the–
Blood, blood, gallons of the stuff!–
From all the hearts and the wrists you allegedly slit–

We sure are in for a show tonight–
So lo-ong, and good ni-ight~~
(Post what relations you see! Btw, none of these songs were made by me AT ALL, just strung together at the top of my head. Please don't sue me... T^T )

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

First post of February!

Random fact: There are 4 species of bears that don't hibernate in the winter. Of the four is the Giant Panda. Actually, this is 2 facts, but I don't suppose Sunshine will let me not post one in my next post.
I think I should mention this, because Sunshine just told me. Sunshine said that whoever misses posting/posting a random fact twice in a row will get punished. (She got the idea from the vlogbrothers, on Youtube, although we can't have the weird/sometimes dangerous punishments that they have because we have families and they might wonder why we need to go to the store and buy do-it-yourself waxing kits.)This includes you, Hikari! Hikari's punishment is to make a normal-sized post completely out of song lyrics that make some sense the next time she posts. And if we forget because of projects or being grounded or something, it's just too bad for us.
Sunshine is my master, and I am her sock-puppet.
^Don't ask^
And turns out, I know 3 people who were born on Groundhogs day, and 2 on Friday the 13th. Speaking of groundhogs, Punxatawney Phil is FRIKKIN' FAT. I swear! They people hold him with two hands and the fat still blorbs over the sides! And I've seen (on Animal Planet) that real ground hogs are NOT supposed to be that fat!

Friday, January 29, 2010

All I Wanna Say Is That--They Don't Really Care About Us!

^that song is so wicked!^
Ahh sunshine, you must
yes, yes I can
but i've already forced you to post that little convo with ruself up there^
So we bought This Is It on dvd today and its so amazing. it's very sad, but awesome music. IN the beginning, it has this long, scrolling passage about the This Is It tour that literally was it. It never happened because MJ died 8 days before it started. but at the beginning of the movie in the theater i was like "Haay, this is StarWars!" ahhnerdjokes
Mamasaymamasawmamacoosaw. ♫♪You're a vegetable~they hate you♫♪
Ahh, MJ music. He was the greatest performed of all time, hands down.
SO it's ultra-nerdy quote time
"Space... the Final Frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Her ongoing mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life forms and new civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before." oh oh how about
"A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away....."
Yeah this post sucks. so comment random things to make it interesting.

Friday, January 22, 2010

Apparently, a human can fit through a large whale's arteries

^that's ur USELESS FACT^
omgomgomg i has no time to post on sporks, me must post on SWII cuz that takes a while.
sososo, I asked my teacher if the short story i wanted tow rite for the project had to have a resolution and she was like "pshh, all stories have to have resolutions" it dindt even say resolution on the paper.
I'm all, hold up, ya'll. She's not an author, not ALL STORIES must have 1. So I challenge ya'll to make a hit story without a resolution, and prove her wrong.
WHy do all stories have to have a resolution? Most of you think Twilight would've been better if James killed Bella and then Edward killed himself. Then Jacob would be available<33.
So this is a post that's rly 1 question.
Resolution? Or No Resolutiion?

Monday, January 18, 2010

I think I'm in love with notepads.

And apparently I'm the Grey Lady, Helena Ravenclaw. I wonder if Helga Hufflepuff had any children...

RANDOM FACT: When you die your hair still grows for a couple of months. (Unless you're cremated, I guess...)
So I had fun with artificial intelligence: I succeeded in outsmarting it, unlike Muse. (Sorry) Here's how it went:
Cleverbot: I am! My lowest grade is ninety-five!
Me: That was random. You remind me of someone.
Cleverbot: I have that effect. I remind me of Christmas pudding.
Me: You're just reminded of it, not reminding yourself of being reminded by it.
Cleverbot: You're mean.
Me: I am, what're you going to do about it? I outsmarted artificial intelligence!
Cleverbot: Well, continue to talk, 'cause that's all I can do.
Me: No.

Anyway, thank you, Muse-y, for providing me with hours of entertainment.
I made a new friend! Her name is....Never mind, stalkers. Bye bye.

Friday, January 15, 2010

The Bunnyhood of the Moving Carrot

^I'm reading the sisterhood of the traveling pants, so yeah.^
That book is...pointless, but good. It's probably going to result in being just a book of four morals, but whatever, Except not washing the pants is so uncool. So uncool.
USELESS FACT=The only nation whose name begins with an A, but doesn't end in an A is Afghanistan.
This week, kinda sucked. Go read Neutral Smiles later, I'll post later.
Hmm, okay, here's where ya'll will be able to state your opinions in the comments.
Percy Jackson and the Olympians the Lightning Thief, (which is the longest name ever) is being made into a movie. I've never read the books, but the movie looks..iffy. It reminds me of The Seeker, which is the movie for the Dark Is Rising, which is the worst book ever written. The book had potential, and if i stretch my mind (like really stretch it) I see how people could like it, because it's one of those different world books, like Harry Potter. But the movie was horrid! They changed the time-period, Will Stanton was some dorky blond kid, and Merriman/Old lady were only like 50. Which sucks because the old lady's name is The Old Lady!If there was any hope for TDIR, it was destroyed in The Seeker.
And the Deathly Hallows looks iffy too.
So, Have ya'll read the uglies series? I'm on specials.I'll be starting it soon. Wish me luck! Have the school year is over. Ur thoughts on that? As I quote Ryan Higa "I'm a pessimist! The glass is half empty even when its full!" Only half is over. Wellp, better than nothing.
Quick Q, Which would you rather take as foreign language. The Language of the Na'vi (Avatar) or Parseltongue(parselmouth??i forget)(HP)?

Wednesday, January 13, 2010


Random fact: This post is short because I'm supposed to be banned from the computer for the rest of the week because I didn't finish my hw when I was playing on the computer for the whole day.
Ok, so not much happened in my life except realizing how funny my friend is and how sore the back of my neck is. If you're wondering how that happened, I got kidnapped. Yup, that's right. I'll leave it to you to wonder if this is true or not. I must go quickly because I don't know when my mumther is coming home! So bye bye!
P.S. Hikari and I got a deviantArt account! it's , alright? Feel free to check it out!

Friday, January 8, 2010

its Friday

^betcha didn't know^
Take it or leave it, here is my post yes, self advertisement. I already posted there and I'm not posting again.
USELESS FACT= The word "queue" is the only word in the English language that is still pronounced the same way when the last four letters are removed.
^Go follow that guy, my partner in crime, or brotha, however u wanna put it. He's not paying me to say this...not that much at least~ JKJK, but seriously -.-

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Stepping on Leprechauns!

I whonder why heeach leetle bwerd hass somehone to shing tooo---♪♫♪♫...Sorry about the Sleeping Beauty reference.
Anyhoos, my friend Sharkie made a new blog: so feel free to read it! It feels lonely.
Random fact: Apparently, it is illegal to shower naked in Florida. How else do you take a shower??!!
As I was traveling through Europe, I noticed that there are many McDonalds in Europe, but no Burger Kings. Strange, isn't it? And on the sides of the highway in France, there would be these random shapes of rainbow-ness. Weird, huh?
Don't you miss those old cartoons like Tom and Jerry, Roadrunner, The Loony Tunes, The Animaniacs, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, School House Rock, etc.? And don't you miss when movies randomly burst out into song? I mean, what's with all these cruddy TV shows nowadays? They aren't just-for-fun things, they always have to be non-violent, teaching-kids- lessons-shows-that-make-sense, otherwise you won't be aired. Am I right?
Weather report: Where I live now usually has a climte of extremely hot and humid, but currently, due to Global Warming, it's getting unnaturally cold. Argh, do anything you can to stop the flow of Global Warming!!!
Ciao for now, Spaghetti Bunny/Dancing Toast

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Happy New Year!

Me, being completely oblivious to what happened to the blog while I was gone, may change the Blogger layout with Sunshine again.

Random Fact: Sunshine and I may get the random facts from the same site:
Real Random Fact: The 57 on the Heinz ketchup bottles represents the number of varieties of pickles the company once had.

Err, my parents got 25 postcards from London...too much. Did anyone see Sherlock Holmes? My tour guide said it was good. Also, I mistook Caffe Nero to be Caffe Nerd because it was in caps and the text was kinda boxy. Oh, and I might be getting my hair cut in my friend's mom's barber shop soon! If I don't piss my mom off too much. Hmm...Well, she does get pissed off pretty easily. I also got a cuckoo clock from Germany! Although cuckoo birds are awful little parasites... Gotta go now, bye!

Friday, January 1, 2010

big holidays have to land on Fridays, huh? Well, my time is done.

Well my week with sporks is over. Tomorrow the other authors return, and tonight it will go back to its original setting, Hikari and Toast having never seen the sunshine one. I'll never show them the layout. MOOHAHAHA.
Ahnywhom, my yearlong blog proejct has been set up. My partner-in-crime aka co-poster is my brotha, BouncingWolf. i think thats his blogger name. IDK. Anywhom you can check out the basic outline of it here
the credit for the name goes to him, for I was ready to name it "never let go, jack" lolness.
I WISH EVERYONE THE BEST 2010, even if I'm considering leaving SAU because I've so many blogs, and I'm not too interested in having a partner-freewrite blog.
For more interesting blogs I'd suggest ya'll check out.
and of coarse, all blogs made by the PWD and SAU followers. Follow me at Neutralsmiles, too!
~Sunshine, wishing you a happy 2010