Author Archives: Taku


This is for any body still even cares to come by anymore, or have given up on us, for our super long hiatus. Thank you for coming back if you did. I might close up Project SofD since Scasm started a new ulzzang project . (Ulzzang is some kind of modeling thing, look it up for more info). But, I wont shut down the blog, and will continue posting here. I’ll change the name and everything, but I’ll still rumble and ramble, but now I can go as off topic as I want! I still have to discuss this with Scasm, but here is her new Tumblr for her ulzzang business. (oh yeah, she goes by tsumetai-yuki now, it’s her ulzzang name).

Please stick around, I’ll try to make it worth while!


I’ve Been Tagged!

Annie ( tagged me in this, tag game thingy, so, yeah!

The rules:

  1. Post the rules.
  2. Answer the questions the tagger set for you in their post.
  3. Create 11 new questions to ask the people you’ve tagged.
  4. Tag 11 people and link them to your post.
  5. Let them know you’ve tagged them!


1. When you were little, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A Pokemon Master. Seriously. I threw countless pennies into wishing fountains, pleading for my rebirth into the Pokemon World.
I probably would have chosen a Charizard…
But since I’ve realised that probably wont happen, I grew interested in video game development. I really wanted to work for Nintendo. (I still kinda do…)

2. If you could have anything happen by the end of the day, what would it be?
Probably have my father win the lottery. That would be lovely. 😀

3. If you could wake up anywhere tomorrow, where would it be?
2000 years in the future. Woudln’t that be amazing :O

4. What do you think is the best quality a person can possess?
I really like it when people are understanding.

5. What is an important lesson life has taught you?
I’m to young to answer this question right know. So far, the most important “lessons” Iife taught me were in my classes at school and from my father and his various lectures.

6. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you choose?
Back to number 3, I would like to live far in the future. Or maybe far into the past…

7. Are you happy?
Sometimes, but even then I’m not sure if that is what happiness actually feels like. o.o I guess not…?

8. Do you have a prized possession? Why is it important to you?
Internet connection! There is no need to answer why!

9. Are you working towards a goal? What is it?
I guess so? I mean, I feel like I am, but I’m not sure exactly what it is…?

10. Have you found Wally/Waldo?
Yes, I have found him in every page in my Where’s Waldo book.

11. Have you hugged someone today? If not, you should. Hugs are awesome!
No 😥

Thanks for including me, I don’t have a lot of friends on WordPress, so I kind of have to be the buzz kill and not tag 😥 (Actually I have no friends here T_T)

Society Killed Bruno Mars

For me anyways.

(to listen to the songs noted in each picture, just click it.)
It all started when by brother gave me Bruno Mars’ debut album, Doo-Wops and Hooligans.

I started to appreciate it more and more.

And eventually liked it a lot.

I even got a bit weird with it too.

But, as Q said in the Next Generation finale, All good things must come to an end. Songs on the album got a great deal of exposure and were picked up by teenyboppers.

But once the Mini Pop Kids covered it, it was pretty much damaged beyond repair.


Thanks a lot everyone. You know, this is why we can’t have nice things.

Discontinuing Confessions of an Amateur Photographer


Getting the Hang of It: Twitter

Whew. That wasn’t so hard. I just tweeted my first tweet that wasn’t an automated one by WordPress regarding my posts.

Actually, for approximately the past 2 weeks, I’ve been trying to compile a tweet in which it fully incorporated my true and whole thoughts. And that can be hard with 140 characters. Especially with the deep and insightful stuff that goes on in my head. (Evidenced through my first tweet…).

But Twitter continues to baffle me. I first came to this hard realisation last Sunday when my technologically confused father asked me what Twitter was all about. And I sounded like a doofus trying to answer.

Yup that's exactly what I said. I even omitted some errs and umms and hmms and a lot more rambling to protect my self dignity and to save space. But mostly for dignity

A less coloured and more white version for all you racists.

C’mon me. The most internetually informed person within kilometres of this town. It’s Twenty-fucking twelve! I should know what Twitter is all about. I should know what a hash tag is, or how to retweet, or if I should follow people who follow me, or even who to follow in the first place. I should be able to make perfect tweets out of any thought or experience, from the perfection of the sunny-side-up egg I just prepared, to the perfectly shaped stool I produced afterwards.

Even about the striking resemblance it shares with a bundle of Coconut Pocky sticks

But no. I am a huge Twitter n00b. Yes, I am. I am and I’m proud. I’m not. I am going to look up a Howcast video on how to use the most complex, un-straightforward, baffly, piece of internet mania the world has to offer right now.