Books I Hope Santa Brings | Hardcover Version

“The collector is an artist in their own way, by the way they put things together. You can read a person’s soul from their collection.”
— Ayers Tarantino.

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What is a blog for if not for my random fangirl thoughts …

I have been absent from my blog these days but not on purpose. I have been travelling and now ended up back home with a few pounds gained and less stress. But even before I got my gears back up for blogging, I was hit by two news from the K-pop scene: a beginning and an end. Both about an idol, the first one will begin a new life with the person he loves, while the other allegedly ended his life because of his one great love. Continue reading “What is a blog for if not for my random fangirl thoughts …”

Mahoutsukai no Yome: But Loving Him Was… Red?

Hello aniworld! Before you ask, yes that title was a reference to a Taylor Swift song.

It seems that almost everyone is currently preoccupied with the 12 Days of Anime while here I am leisurely enjoying some episodes of Mahoutsukai no Yome and contemplating on whether I should post this today or not. I should have waited for the next episode but Silky is checking up on my progress so here it is! Continue reading “Mahoutsukai no Yome: But Loving Him Was… Red?”

Minutiae: I am now aware that I am Uniquely Lovely…

Every time I do a post similar to this, it seems that I am discovering something about myself (cat maniac, night owl, coffee lover, professional fangirl). Apparently this time, I’m the queen of procrastination!

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BTS truly going Beyond The Scene: “Respect must be earned.”

People has a lot of preconceived notions about K-pop. But such generalizations only lead to one being blissfully ignorant of the gem under all that fluff.

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Mahoutsukai no Yome: An Escapist’s Dream and Nightmare

“At times he lends a hand, and at times, he shows his fangs.” (Guess who)

I finally got around to watching another four episodes of the anime. Since I already offered my thoughts on the first batch of episodes, I figured I might as well do another. Not that I am being forced or becoming an unwilling participant, because I assure you I am not. Silky got her eyes on me for skipping breakfast because I am staying to watch this. Continue reading “Mahoutsukai no Yome: An Escapist’s Dream and Nightmare”