Sunday, April 5, 2009

About Me

So... me. PI, the elusive member of Symphonic Discord. I've always been too cool for school. And too cool for this blog, and CC's love for making rules about blogging on this blog, but I'm here anyway. Some people take the internet a little too seriously, but I'll go along with it :P. I like to lurk. I don't comment very often but that doesn't mean I don't care. It's just that I am doomed to either having nothing to say, or way too much to say. I make posts and then I leave them halfway because I don't think I make sense, or I bore myself. And when I finally do post I wish I came up with something better. I feel drained by school and no longer have hobbies. But I have high ambitions involving creating a race of bionic, well-armed third-worlders. I've gotten way too into studying physics (it makes me feel closer to God) and I think biology sucks.
I often feel invisible; I'm rather introverted and never had a best friend that felt mutual for me (at least not one my mom could approve of). Funnily enough, people say I come off as intimidating and confident. I'm not sure if its really a bad thing not to have that ONE "bff", and I'm too old to worry about other people loving me the way I love. By the way, I love everyone. I'm a little bit too laid back compared to most girls I know. Life is too short to worry about every little thing (I hate cliches). The other day my dad said I was just like one of his sons. It's true, sometimes I'm the man of the house. Unfortunately I'm cursed with the high-pitched voice of a 9 year old little girl, and people don't take me seriously.

Instead of studying today, I watched this season's South Park episodes on the internet. I find their commentary on economics and the Jonas brothers to be just brilliant.

If I was a superhero I would be Daredevil, Rorshach, or the Sandman.

I think girl scouts are pushing crack-laced 'cookies'.

I have fear of dolls, and feminism. and keira knightley.

I think anything the Wayans brothers do is just plain hilarious.

and here's what I think of barack obama:

(but i am not a communist or something; i just find this a nice display of photoshop skills.)

Here are some chuck norris jokes about me:
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is based on a true story: PI once swallowed a turtle whole, and when she crapped it out, the turtle was six feet tall and had learned karate."
"PI morphs into Mr. Myagi every tuesday, to train future karate kids"
"PI is the hidden treasure in Marcellus Wallace's briefcase"
"PI is the REAL captain planet. the original powers were supposed to be earth, wind, fire, water, RABIES.. but they changed it to 'heart' so she quit."

OK I'm done talking about me. I disgust myself :/


Lastly, a little reminder I came across about what's important, which also reflects how I feel about cultural egoism/nationalist pride:

"If God had willed, He would have made you one community but things are as they are to test you in what He has given you. So compete with each other in doing good." (Qur'an 5:48)


[Everything.. every deep conversation on religion, life, goals, it can all be summed up into doing good or not doing good.]

10 comments:

Artistic Logic said...

why did i keep thinking of the number when i was reading "PI..."

Cheryl said...

Everytime I leave for an extended period of time, there are new people on this blog. I don't know how you girls do it.

And HELLO!

Falling Up said...

Cheryl - PI isn't new. She jsut DOESNT EVER UPDATE! Hint hint.

I love you, PI. And this post. I love the randomness.

Maddy said...

Very curious. I made some 'pi dishes' a few weeks ago that I'm waiting to come out of the kiln. 'Pi' has great significance for us for reasons that I won't bore you with.

Additionally my closest friends now [from millions of years ago] were all super confident alpha people that terrified the pants off me.......until I discovered that it was just an egg shell outer camoflage.
Cheers

yours truly... said...

Thanks for the sweet comment and award!!

I think you are actually talking about me in this post. I think we are twins and we just don't know it. haha...I love this blog!

Mrs. Cullen said...

wow I really loved this post! you rock, honestly.

provoking invoking said...

i want to change my name anyway.. lol, maybe i should change it to "pi squared" or soemthing.

maddy- pi dishes sound like fun. pi is significant to me also, the number is everywhere in my line of work.

how did this get about pi? lol

mmm pie.

also i don't think i'm all THAT insecure.

yours truly- Awesome! i love to find new twins=)

mrs. c- you rock more

Constructive Attitude said...

:)

fuelMybrain said...

You really have a gift of creating a flow within randomness! I love it!

My fears parallel. LOL

Youthful Wisdom said...

I love the picture.