l'isle joyeuse

a light-hearted beginning

Posted on: October 24, 2008

Well to kick off my new blog, here’s something happy ^^

Go to urbandictionary. com and type in your answer to each question in the search box, then write the FIRST definition it gives you.

1. Your name? elaine
Another term for foxy or sexy.
Veronica Vawn is sooo elaine.

2. Your age? 21
The age at which one is finally considered human.

3. One of your friends? vivian
1. A boy’s and girl’s name with Latin origin meaning “lively” or “alive”. An ancient personal name, a saint’s name.

2. a beautiful name for a beautiful girl

Vivian is a nice sounding name.

4. What should you be doing? talking (to kevin)
When two people are not exclusive with each other nor have established what they are as a couple, but have some sort of relationship.

“John and I go out a lot but we’re just talking.” or “We’ve been talking for months now but we’re not together.”

5. Favorite color? red
1) a communist
2) CCC tablet (Coricidin, OTC anti-tussive medicine)

1) “You reds!”
2) “He passed out on 48 reds (!)”

6. Hometown? shah alam
(not defined yet :D)

7. Month of your birthday? august
The eigth month of the year characterized by cookouts and swimming!

I love August, it has to be the best month of the year!

8. Last person you talked to? kevin
basically a kid with a huge dick. looks great, smells great, and all the ladies want him. great at sports also. great sense of humor.

Gee i am so jealous of Kevin, with three girls around his arm.

How is kevin good looking and smart at the same time?

9. What did you last eat? rice
An automobile that has been equipped with gawdy, unnesecary accessories, such as 3′ high spoilers, loud and/or repulsive paint job and body work. Owners of such automobiles feel that these accessories make their car the best in the world, when in fact it is not.

That Prelude over there is nice, but this here Civic ain’t nothin but a rice mobile

10. Your nickname? onigiri
japanese for “rice ball”, a commonplace food in japan made of rice and a small token of food pressed into the back such as a plum or a piece of fish.

Onigiris taste best when plain.


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slice-of-life entries of my life in japan as an exchange student :) feel free to comment... they're my daily pieces of happiness!

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