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Drink up baby, stay up all night
With the things you could do, you won’t but you might.  (Elliott Smith)

Having beautiful memories doesn’t always bring salvation. The more beautiful memory it is, the more painful it can become. It can even become terrifying. It’s very hard to forget someone who gave you so much to remember. The feelings are still fresh, as if it just happened yesterday. Well, perhaps, it takes some sort of sadness for a person to grow, or even to know what happiness is… and it doesn’t matter who hurt you or broke you down, what matters is who makes you smile again….

Well, positive thinking: disappointment should be finite; and hope should be infinite. Maybe, just maybe the light can reach even the bottom of the dark ocean. Maybe there’s just one dark road ahead. But, I still need to believe and keep going. I have to believe that the stars will light up the path, even just a little bit.

Winter, the season I met you, is coming.
A winter without you, is coming…

Cry  for the Moon Cover: https://www.facebook.com/JuvenilesCorner/videos/217531245801301/

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10 Downing Street in Hayesland

‘Alcohol makes me sober,
for it makes me super-super!’
says King Hayes with his Budweiser treat,
at the biggest pub of Hayesland, 10 Downing Street.

‘Down it! Down it! Down it!’
says the drunk who never quits.
He thus named the pub, with the liquor wheat,
Down it, Down it, 10 Downing Street!

’24 hours in a day,
24 beers in a case’
Roses are red, violets are blue,
Keep me well-fed, stock up the brew!

Hayesland is the ‘La La Land’,
with the most premier liquor in hand.
A glass of nice wine a day,
Keeps your discomfort away!

Freshers’ Week Nightout

Haven’t updated my blog for quite a while now, partly because I was pretty busy during the Freshers’ Week and some sort of things.

Freshers’ Week has been fun, and I pretty much went out for quite many days (probably like…. 5 night-outs and 1 party), they were all fun!

After Freshers’ Week, I knew a lot about the pubs/ clubs in Aberdeen, as I went to somewhere I hadn’t been before, like Prohibition. Prohibition was good, as it provided non-expensive drinks, so it is easier if you wanna offer someone drinks.

Now I found out that…. going out with a group of friends and going out with a group of guys are completely different: friends’ nightouts are for fun; guys nightouts are for ‘fishing’. Realized this since I went out a couple of times in the Freshers’ Week.

I like both, while the ‘fishing’ ones are usually more hilarious. Well, here is the usual procedures: Pre-drink (get a bit tipsy and that is how you get confidence), dance and fool around a bit, find the fish, and start your fishing. There are many ways to ‘fish’, you can work your charm with some pick-up lines, offer her a drink, or just start a conversation. I particularly like the pick-up lines one, because it is free to talk, and it is usually fun to see their reactions! I remember once I tried ‘If you are a triangle, you will be acute one!’, it worked pretty well!

Well, so here the university term starts now, it’s time for some hard work. Can still do night-outs at some point, but I’ll put Uni and Table-tennis above this kind of entertainments. 🙂