Feb 20, 2010
Oct 06, 2014
Ikuta Toma, Ikuta Toma, Ikuta Toma
(and lol..uhm Ranveer Singh, Arjun Kapoor, Joe Dempsie, Ian Somerhalder, Nicholas Hoult, MatsuJun, Mukai Osamu Shun, Pi, Jin, Ryo, Gong Yoo, Lee Min Ho, Choi Jin Hyuk, Kim Soo Hyun, Seo In Guk, Song Joong Ki and Jinwoon :)...but mainly Ikuta)
Also I have a shit load of female biases -> Deepika Padukone, Hannah Murray, Kaya Scodelario, Freida Pinto, Kuroki Meisa, Inoue Mao, Gakky, Ishihara Satomi, Han Hyo Joo, Jia and Bae Suzy)
Hana Yori Dango, Hana Kimi, Dream High, City Hunter, Boys Over Flowers, Nobuta Wa Produce, Dong Yi, The Moon That Embraces the Sun, Coffee Prince, Reply 1997
Biography:On Hiatus until Anniversary Updates
..and here's what to expect :)
Ashes to Ashes
Locks and Latches
Your Love Is My Drug
Time Runs Out
The Drabble-y Life of Akira and Nobuta
Upcoming (depends on whether I decide if they're ready or not they'll go up)
The 9 Times They Were Smashed And It Changed Their Lives
Instructions for Getting A Stranger to Smile
The Three Times Toma Wishes He Was in Arashi or NEWS
Chronicles of A Leader
Candles and Rooftops
As the Sun Sets
Limbo: A Thought
People say that there only 6 days that change the course of your life.
6 days. That’s it. Only 6 days are going to basically decide how you experience your life, every other day is supposed to be horribly repetitive of what I assume derives from one of the days.
So why does one of the most wonderful deciding moments of my life lead to this?
I don’t understand it. It’s basically just limbo, woolen grey pants, and smiling at people who walk by me because they don’t give a shit while I try my best to promote- well me (and whatever my boss wants me to for the day).
The only people who stop are people like me, in limbo too…I understand and pity them back so I try to treat them extra special hoping that someone will one day treat me the same way. Sometimes people who pity me do stop too…I don’t mind. Hell as long as it makes my job easier.
I just want to say, I don’t like limbo. I like knowing my life is going somewhere eventually but in limbo you’re left kind of hopeless…unless you’re a powerful strong thinker who manages to move past every obstacle with the force of a god. I’m not like that at all, I lose hope quickly because in my head it’s easier to accept life for what it’s for. I’m also not the greatest of fighters, I don’t know how to change my destiny- lessons of independence, freedom, and power these things were all not taught to me. I’m kind of passive. I take life as it comes, I nurture other’s lives and follow instructions to a faultless level.
My strengths have not made me immune to limbo’s emptiness, or the darkness that shrouds that one glimmer of light that’s waiting for me to find it.
It doesn’t really help that every day as I eat I’m bombarded with dishes of inquisition, salads of confusion and desserts made of disaster.
Ah life. I really really don't enjoy you right now. My only escape is T.V.