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This Post Got Nothing To do With My Life In Madison

- If you only think about yourself, then get lost to a world where only you exist
- If you want attention that badly, then find* someone who you can always meet
- If you think you are always right with your ludicrous assumptions, then forget about having a friend
- Expecting too much from the others? Don't forget to expect higher from yourself
- Give more, take less
- Thinking that you are always better and higher than everyone around you? Then stay your ass off the society
- Don't believe in yourself if you can't put even a teeny weeny faith on others
- You think your friends running away from you? Maybe you are the one who drove them away
- You want someone to coorporate and give full support to something? Maybe you should take how-to-be-polite-when-asking classes first or at least smile-when-you-want-something classes
- Life isn't all about playgrounds; you might wanna start to act serious
- Maybe you should try to express the word 'sorry'. Don't know what it is? It is when you feel bad about something that you did to others and you want them to forgive you, and it is spelled s-o-r-r-y


I have my own feelings eventhough you might say I never think about others' feeling
We are different; our way of explaining our actions is totally not the same
We might see the same thing, but we looking at it differently

I am still the same person, and I know you are the same
I am still holding to my promise, and I know you too
I am still believing in you, and I know you'll keep your faith in me

(This post is not for specific person, don't worry)

*corrected at 1730 08/31 Madison time (0630 Malaysia time)


  1. aku tatau nape aku rase gembira lps bace blog kau ni. mungkin sbb i'm not alone yg terpikir mende2 ni. nice one ;-)

    p/s: typo 2nd bullet, fine = find


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