Monday, December 22, 2008

Matt's Napping

1)Are you really ready for 125 questions?
Well supper's stewing and Matt's napping, so bring it on!

2) Was your last relationship a mistake?

3) Do you believe in God?
I believe in Science.

4) Who did you last say "I love you" to?

5) Do you regret it?
Not in the slightest

6) Have you ever been depressed?
Momentarily once, but I bounced back.

7) Have a best friend?
In no particular order: Ryan and D-dub

8) Are you a boy or girl?

9) What is your relationship status?
Off the market

10) How do you want to die?
Anything but hanging, or burning to death. Preferably something sudden that I don't see coming once I've lived the better part of my years.

11) What did you last eat?
Hershey's Christmas Kisses

12) Played any sports?
Not since I left Saskatoon unless Duck Duck Goose counts.

13) Do you bite your nails ?
No, ma'am

14) When was your last physical fight?
In a bar a few years ago

15) Do you have an attitude?
Definitely, some might say I *am* an attitude

16) Do you like someone?
I hate most people and love a few. It's all or nothing with me.

17) What is your real name?
Sindee Cinnamon

19) Are you gonna get high later?

20) Do you hate anyone at the moment?
Almost everyone, even people I haven't met yet.

21) Do you miss someone?
Everyone that I don't hate that I left back home

22) Twirl or cut your spaghetti?
I eat rice every day now

23) Do you tan a lot?
I live in a tropical country

24) Have any pets?
We have a stray cat friend, Short-tail or Bojangles are the names we have assigned him.

25) How exactly are you feeling?
Relieved the Christmas pageant is over successfully and looking forward to a relaxing holiday in Laos!

26) Ever eaten food in a car while someone or yourself is driving?

27) Ever made out in the bathroom?
haha... yes.

28) Would you take any of your exes back?

29) Are you scared of spiders?
Only the ones in Thailand

30) Would you go back in time if you were given the chance?
Yes, but only to catch some of my favorite memories on video

31) Do you regret anything from your past?
Who doesn't? I try not to let it plague me, regrets are wasted time.

32) What are your plans for this weekend?
Maxin and relaxing in Laos.

33) Do you want to have kids?

34) Did you ever kiss someone whose name starts with an M?
On occasion.

35) Do you type fast?

36) Do you have piercings? How many?

37) Want any more?
No thanks, I don't like jewelry really.

38) Can you spell well?

39) Do you miss anyone from your past?
Old friends.

40) What are you craving right now?
Mexican food

41) Ever been to a bonfire party?

43) Have you ever been on a horse?
Only once.

44) Kissed someone in a pick up truck?

45) Have you ever broken someone's heart?
Hmm... maybe

46) Have you ever been cheated on?

47) Have you made a boyfriend/girlfriend cry?

49) Would you live with someone without marrying them?
I currently "live in sin"

50) What should you be doing?
Reading my new fabulous books and spending less time on my computer

51) What's irritating you right now?
Stupid work drama caused by stupid coworkers.

52) Have you ever liked someone so much that it hurts?
Yes, ABBA.

53) Does somebody love you?
At least one!

54) What is your favorite color?
Blue or pink

55) Have you ever changed clothes in a vehicle?

57) Do you have trust issues?
Definitely. I start out completely distrusting people, it's similar to how I start out disliking people. You have to earn my neutrality and then trust or affection. I think it's a sign of being a sociopath.

59) Have you ever shaved in the kitchen sink?

60) Do you have a good relationship with your parents?
Very good

62) Do you believe your most recent ex thinks about you?
Probably not more than he should

63) Who was the last person you cried in front of?

64) Do you give out second chances too easily?
No, I don't give them out easily enough.

65) Is it easier to forgive or forget?
It's easier to cut people out of your life.

66) Is this year the best year of your life?
This past year has had a harsh learning curve, but the one coming up should be better.

67) What was your childhood nickname?

68) Have you ever walked outside completely naked?

69) Do you think you're a good person?
Probably not in the conventional sense, but I don't think evil people can be Kindergarten teachers, so it's tough to say.

70) Do you believe everything happens for a reason?
Sounds like Jesus talk

71) What is the last thing you did before you went to bed last night?

73) What is bothering you?
Work drama and stupid First World rejects making their homes in Thailand.

74) Have you ever been out of Province?

75) Do you play the Wii?
When I'm with Ryan

76) Are you listening to music right now?

77) Do you like Chinese food?

78) Do you know your fathers b-day?
June 20

79) Are you afraid of the dark?

80) Is cheating ever okay?
Only if you were going to break up with your bf anyway but you couldn't find him to do it because he was a deadbeat loser.

81) Are you mean?
Apparently my words are. (I guess people at work said "Jacquie's words are mean") I not care.

82) Can you keep white shoes clean?

83) Have you noticed this survey stopped getting personal?
I noticed it's super lame and pointless and no one will have read this far.

84) Do you believe in true love?
I believe in compatibility

85) Are you proud of the person you've become?
For the most part. I still have some work to do.

88) Do you like the outside?
When the weather's fine, yes.

89) Are you currently bored?
Extremely, despite this stimulating survey.

90) Do you wanna get married?
It turns out I think I might. I know I was the first to slag marriage off a while ago, but I think that opinion is starting to change.

91) Is it cute when a boy/girl calls you baby?
Depends on their relation to me. Strangers calling me baby usually results in confrontation and profanity.

92) Are you hungry?
Yes, I'm cooking up some curry.

93) Do you have a bank account?
No, I keep all my money in Ziploc bags under my mattress because I don't trust the banks.
Yes I have a bank account.

94) What makes you happy?
My students, good food, good friends, our neighbourhood and good entertainment. Also clothes and cheap shoes.

95) Would you change your name?
Maybe my last name...

96) Ever been to Alaska?
No, but I think I'd like to go and try to rough it up there by myself and then eat a poisonous plant and die alone.

98) Do you watch the news?

99) What' s your zodiac sign?

100) Do you like Subway?
Oh fuck yeah. Too bad I only get to eat it once every 2 months here.

101) Would it be hard to kiss the last person you kissed?
Not really.

102) Your best friend of the opposite sex likes you, what do you do?
We're best friends, of course he likes me.  I'd make him buy me things.  

103) Do you talk like your friends?
Some words and phrases tend to rub off.

105) Have you ever seen someone you knew & purposely avoided them?
Oh... many times.

106) Do you have a friend of the opposite sex you can act yourself around?

107) Who is the last guy you talked to?

108) Does it matter if your boyfriend/girlfriend smokes?
Even though I currently date a smoker, it still matters. I really don't like it.

109) Do you go to church?

110) What's going on between you and your best friend?
I currently miss my best friends

111) Who's the last person you had a deep conversation with?

112) Have you ever regretted letting someone go?

113) Do you enjoy piercings & tattoos?
Nice tattoos, yes.

114) What do you wear more: jeans, sweats, pants, or shorts?
Skirts and jeans.

115) You're a Sharpie marker, what color are you?

116) Where do you go if you are butt naked and locked out of your house?
Why would that ever happen?

117) Do you prefer to shower at night or in the morning?
Evening before bed

118) Have you ever said you'd never love again?

119) Do you want to please everyone?
I don't give a fuck about other people

120) Have you heard a song that reminds you of someone today?
Rockin around the Christmas Tree reminded me of Macaulay Culkin.

121) Has someone ever made you a promise & broken it?

122) Are you alone?
Currently, yes.

123) Do you have any older siblings?

124) Did you speak to your father today?

125) How many months until your birthday?

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Open Letter

Dear Firefox users,

Just because you use a web browser that was not packaged with Windows, does not mean you are some sort of super-original computer underground elite member. In addition, it does not suddenly validate your opinion on any thing technology related. Firefox is only marginally better than Internet Explorer. Stop writing user reviews on CNET; you don't know anything.


Wednesday, December 3, 2008

He ain't playin'

Just reach out!

Believe it - cuz every word is true!

I believe it, please don't pity me. Thanks, Mr. T!

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Open Letter to the Current Fashion Trend

Dear Vests,

I'm so glad you're back.



P.S. - Now, where can I find you?

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Doraemon - Cat Robot

A cat *and* a robot??  Could this cartoon character *be* anymore perfect for me?
I plan on purchasing Doraemon-related merchandise from the 7-11 on the corner.  I also plan on filling a suitcase with Doraemon products before moving back to civilization.  This cartoon is all my future children will know.


Out of solidarity for brilliant women completing stupid surveys, I have completed this survey.

5 things I was doing 10 years ago:

1. Being 12.
2. Practicing Christmas Carols for yet another piano recital.
3. Moving to my new room in the basement (my first taste of freedom).  Little did I know it would be 4 more years before my freedom would get a real door on it.
4. Dealing with the aftermath of a very public breakup after agreeing to "date" Cory Richards when I didn't even want to and subsequently breaking up days later... Why did you date him if you didn't want to??  I received a phone call where he cried and asked me out.  Please note: at this time I was not completely heartless, and he cried.
5. Going to a counselor with my best friend's boyfriend to discuss my best friend's most recent self-inflicted 'cuts' on her arm.  Drama.

5 things on my to do list today:

1. Try not to piss off a very sick and thus very grumpy Matt.
2. 40 minutes of yoga.
3. One load of laundry.
4. Possibly watch some banana leaf boat things float down the canal in the festival tonight.
5. Eat something tasty.

5 snacks I love:

1. Long green beans (raw--seriously)
2. Dark Chocolate
3. Pistachio nuts
4. Popcorn
5. Oreos!

5 things I would do if I was a millionaire :

1. Go to school until I had completed every class offered for all topics of even a vague interest to me.
2. Visit every country not currently in a state of civil war.
3. Invest in the education of others,
4. Build my dream house complete with secret passages.
5. Hire a personal driver.

5 places I have lived:

1. Saskatoon East
2. Ardath
3. Bangkok, Thailand
4. Rangsit, Thailand
5. Saskatoon West

5 jobs I have had:

1. Co-op Food Distribution Warehouse
2. Kindergarten Teacher - Thailand
3. Banquet Server - Centennial Auditorium
4. Receptionist--Car dealership
5. Housekeeping/Receptionist -- Motel

5 people I tag:

No one :( Quiz Result

What Kind of Drink Are You?

You are a Whiskey on the Rocks. You are tough and you know it. It takes a long time for people to get to know you but you wouldn't have it any other way. You don't care what people think, but sometimes that turns people off of you.

Find Your Character @

Saturday, October 18, 2008



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Wednesday, September 24, 2008

A Few More Reasons To Love Chuck (get on the bandwagon, I'm driving and have been for the last 10 years)

I've been enjoying yet another of Chuck Palahniuk's genius literary works. This novel, Rant, is fantastic, as I've come to expect from this author. Here are some of my favorite, and I think, epic quotes.


Everybody wanting the same mass-marketed crap. Saying it's for their kid, but really it's not. All these fat, middle-aged dumbshits just want something to kill time. Nothing dark and edgy or challenging. Nothing artsy.
Just so long as it's got a happy ending.
A love story strained through somebody's rose-coloured brain.


A drunk driver doesn't care that you've been painting for years and your first gallery show opens next week. How bogus is that? The fifteen-hundred-pound elk, the one standing in the shadows at the edge of the road, ready to jump, it has no idea that our baby is due next week.
The greasy brake lining or the cell phone talker...
The loose lug nuts or drowsy truck driver...
It doesn't matter for crap that you've got three years of sobriety or that you finally look good in a two-piece bathing suit or you've met that perfect someone and you've fallen deeply, wildly, passionately in love. Today, as you pick up your dry cleaning, fax those reports, fold your laundry or wash the dinner dishes, something you'd never expect is already stalking you.


Everyone wants to feel special--attain a special status among their peers--but not too special. Most kids only want to be special the same way their friends are special.


Uplifting? Not really. Intelligent? Extremely.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Engrish at last!

The 8th grade students at the school were given a questionnaire with the question:
"Where do you see yourself in 10 years?"

One child decided to use their obviously stunning knowledge of definite articles and answered:

"In 10 years, I will live in the Big house."
Subtleties impossible to teach.

This kid also was going to "the university" in "the London" and traveling to "the New York".

When in doubt, add articles.

Saturday, June 7, 2008

On Buddhism

I'd be Buddhist if it were more bare bones Philosophy and you didn't have to do as much stuff, but I really like this quote:

Believe nothing,
no matter where you read it
or who has said it;
not even if I have said it,
unless it agrees with your own reason
and your own common sense. --Buddha

So I'm completely on board with this, except that they're always giving his statue like water and Fanta (the red one, not even orange), and lighting up incense and shit, plus they always have to buy fresh flower necklaces for him and go to like 9 temples every Sunday.
The statues are way too high maintenance and that's a lot of time spent on Sundays.
But if I could be Buddhist and only be required to recite that quote, I totally would.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Engrish to the max

At the tattoo shop in Hanoi, Matt was given this after-care instruction set:
To make a perfect tattoo:
1. After tattood, this skin are very vulerable so that you absoluted touch with water at least 24 hour, don't used soap at least a week, don't let it under direct sunshine at least a month.
2. You should to rub a thin cream Vaseline or Tetracyclin 1% after each bath and before sleeping.
3. A void in eating.
- Seafood: prawn, crab, fish... (About earlier 5 days)
- Chicken, food made from rice... (About earlier 7 days)
- Alcaho (4 days)
- Eggs (7 days)
After a month, you should comeback to check and edit in case if tattoo wasn't pell off good, maybe loses tattoo line by scratch or friction. Skined tattoo like an infury. It need to keep clear and take care.
Status like diabble, remove dable, recreare a new skin. They are fine. It really come back a usual after one to two months depend on each ones physiolgica. So don't worry about it.
Alarming when the skined tattoo was blister and burruing pain or beak out. If you have got a sensitive skin, it's very easy allergic with tattoo ink. Please call us to get a helpful.
Finaly, consider carefully before decid. Tattoo will follow you all life. It maybe make you pain or wasting your time, your money to deleting, even make allergic by tattoo ink with sensitive skin.

To love your body.

omgAsia, haha

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Who does Fall Out Boy think they are?

The only thing I will give this to its credit is John Mayer's guitar solo. And that's only because I love him, and even find it hard to believe he would allow his name to be tied to this piece of garbage.

Now, onto the issues I have with this abomination.
I would like to know who let this happen, first of all. And even if they were allowed to, how could Fall Out Boy ever think that they were even close enough to being musicians to remake a song by Michael fucking Jackson? They have some fucking nerve.

Maybe they thought if they include enough cameos and "tributes" to Michael, it somehow legitimizes this situation. But it does not. There is nothing okay about being a shitty pop-punk band and covering the music of the greatest pop artist in history. I just know that there are going to be a million scene emo kids running around "That new Fall Out Boy song is sooooo good" or "The Fall Out Boy one is even better than the original" if they know it's a remake.

Now I know how my parents feel.

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Living In Thailand

Lesson Number One:

Just because someone has long nails, long hair, eye makeup, wears a skirt and lots of jewelry, does not make that person a female.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Another Open Letter

Oh, what was I trying to do? Probably something unreasonable, by the looks of it.

WRONG. I was trying to open my HOTMAIL account using INTERNET EXPLORER. Compatibility problems, Microsoft? Really??

Mistake #1: Using Internet Explorer

Dear Microsoft:

Die in a fire.


Monday, March 17, 2008

You shrunk my Honda you BITCH

I just love the way these guys react. Take 15 minutes and enjoy these 3 videos.

Thursday, March 13, 2008


I just got home from taking in my payable recycling and no matter how many times I wash my hands, I fear I will never truly be clean.

I'd just like to ask one thing:

Do clean/decent people recycle?

The sampling of most Sarcan customers would dictate that no, they do not. Only society's under-acheivers and least hygienic individuals go to the recycling depot.

I'm going for a shower.

Monday, February 4, 2008

I'm hating on a lot of people lately, so I'd like to also talk about something I love.

The Lonely Island. They're totally Ka-blamo.

I know I'm not the only one...

I'm starting to really hate Microsoft.

This Yahoo situation has really been the cherry on top of an already pretty substantial-sized sundae of scorn.

"Could the acquisition of Yahoo! allow Microsoft -- despite its legacy of
serious legal and regulatory offenses -- to extend unfair practices from
browsers and operating systems to the Internet?"

Think about it...
I know a few people who would be a little upset if they tried to access a webpage, "What do you mean this webpage does not support Mozilla Firefox/Avant Browser?"
This could potentially lead to internet users REQUIRING the most recent version of Internet Explorer or some other of Microsoft's overpriced and sub-par software to access many websites.

Well on top of that, I recently bought a laptop that came pre-loaded with Windows Vista. Being that I don't want to run Vista, I figured I'd just get it pulled off and put my current Service Pack for XP on instead, no big deal, right?

Wrong. My lovely assistant Dewy and I found that Vista had some sort of facist strangle-hold on the computer's components and now, though Vista had been pseudo-successfully removed (after some harsh words) my sound doesn't work properly. Doing a bit of reading on the HP website, it turns out Toshiba is no longer allowed to "officially support" XP and is not going to release Windows XP drivers for its newer computer components. All systems sold with Vista should use Vista as their operating system and no other, no matter what you want or think. You're not even to attempt a dual boot system with Vista and the operating system of your choice. That's right, the company interested in keeping "competition on the internet" by taking Yahoo over doesn't want to allow you the use of anything except Vista.

Something about this seems a bit like a dictatorship. I bought a COMPUTER with an operating system, not an operating system with a computer. Seems to me the components of the computer should all belong to me now and it's up to me what software I want to install and what I do with the computer after I've made the purchase. You'd think that would be the case, but as it happens, Microsoft insists that you use their most recent and least useful operating system. They insist so strongly that they make it painful and almost impossible to install anything else.

What's stopping Microsoft from also programming into every HP computer that you can only use Microsoft software and Microsoft accessories. Then you can only use the computer to communicate with other people who also have Microsoft-drenched computers and can only visit Microsoft-approved websites. *disdain*

I think I actually hate them more than I hate Apple, now.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

An Open Letter to that Always Controversial Guy in PHIL 231

Dear Always Controversial guy in PHIL 231,

It's obvious you are a Philosophy major with no understanding of reason or logic, but I have one question for you: did you just learn the terms 'subjugation of women' in your 'Women and Gender Studies' class immediately before we had the pleasure of hearing your propaganda today? I'm quite certain you did, being how many times you used it today in class.

While I would not consider myself 'a slave to the capitalist society the media and subjugation of women has created' I would consider you an idiot and I wish you would stop talking. I paid good money for this class and I am trying to learn.

You wasted a solid 35 minutes of my life today and I would like them back. Anytime you get around to doing that would be great.



PS - Get a haircut and choose a real major. You're perpetuating the problem that is ignorance and ill-education. Making controversial statements does not make classes more interesting, it makes spending time there useless.

PPS - Thank you for reminding me why I stopped attending any and all classes. You have made legitimate my skipping for the last 4 years.

PPPS - Talking about women as if they are currently, perpetually and forever oppressed and how that is 'soooo unfair' will not get you laid. It will most likely get you beaten up

An Open Letter to that Carter kid in my History Tutorial

Dear that Carter kid in my History tutorial,

Stop talking. Just stop. We are all aware that you have memorized every detail of 18th Century Europe's history, but when someone says "And they took away Louis XVI's power" you don't have to interrupt and say "He still had some power." We all know he was granted ultra-weak veto power, but we're generalizing for the purpose of discussion. Please unbutton your top button and pull the first-year-know-it-all stick out of your ass. It's just a tutorial; relax.



An Open Letter to U of S Students

Dear Female Students,

If you have a pair of shoes that look really super awesome but you can't walk in them, please do not wear them to school and then walk in front of me.

That is all.


PS - You are probably too fat for skinny jeans and dresses do not double as shirts.

Friday, January 11, 2008

I need to stop reading YouTube video comments

This is also not related to Asia or English, but it will be written in English so it qualifies. Also I hate people who write million-word notes on Facebook and I need to say this.

I think most of my rage problems would be readily solved if I simply stopped reading both the descriptions of and comments posted on YouTube videos. Today, after watching a series of old school rap videos (Kris Kross - Jump inclusive), I accidentally clicked on a video of Hilary Clinton's most recent emotional break-down.

I've been hearing a lot about the stupid American politics on the news lately and frankly, I'm sick of it. But it was the description of this video that really made me cross, it's dripping with ignorance and anyone who knows me knows that is something I cannot stand:

"Tears do not buy votes. Your message, your vision for the country
and hard work do. Socialism doesn't work. It was tried in the 1600's when
the pilgrims landed in America. It failed then and will continue to
fail. Conservatism and Capitalism works every time it is tried."

Aside from the fact that Marx' Communist Manifesto was published sometime around 1848, I'm not looking to argue too much about the historical relevance of Socialism in the 1600's. My history classes are few and far between, but from what I recall the majority of government was some permutation of the feudal system. Anyway, that's only the tip of the iceberg in what annoys me about this passage.

Isn't the US currently both a conservative and capitalist country? How would the average person say that's been working for them so far? Running a nice deficit budget in the trillions of dollars? That's what I thought.
But wait! The USA is the best country in the world; if it ain't broke, don't fix it, right?

More and more I weep for what will happen in this upcoming election. Another mindless twit will be elected, nothing will change and everything will get worse for the rest of the world while the US continues to sit on its pedestal and appoint itself reigning power over all the earth.

Adding fuel to my fire is a NewScientist article from a couple of weeks ago detailing how upset the US defence secretary was when China launched a ballistic missile to destroy one of their OWN defunct satellites in orbit. Interestingly, China and Russia are backing a new convention banning space weapons to follow up the 1966 Outer Space Treaty. The best part is that the US refuses to sign up, saying that agreeing to such a convention 'ties its hands in dealing with a future threat', much like the threat of dwindling oil reserves they're currently dealing with. Good thing the UN wasn't tying their hands with anything about the WMD's in Iraq...

Even as I'm writing this, I've received a number of replies to my youtube comments.
"When we want the unsolicted[sic] opinions of the queen's subjects we'll yank your chain. Otherwise shut up eh? "

Unsolicited? I believe the individual that posted this video included "Feel free to comment on this video below..." in their "About This Video" section. That aside, one could argue all comments on any video are unsolicited, including yours. Turn down the hypocrisy and try adding some intelligence to your unnecessarily hostile outbursts.

"Keep your unsolicited comments about our political system to yourself. Opinions from the quuen's[sic] subjects aren't relevant. "

You must be American, so busy appointing yourself censor and arbitrator of all other nationalities. Lessons from the fools you elect into government, no doubt.

"At least I can vote for my President. Who elected the queen? "

I'm quite certain no one elected her, but I'm not too concerned about it being that I live in CANADA and she has absolutely no power. Read a book.

I hate humans. Anyway, this is way better and less likely to enrage me in any way:

Monday, January 7, 2008

This isn't "Engrish" necessarily...

However, it does have to do with butchering the English language, which is pretty closely related.
I'm going to say it right out: I HATE KANYE WEST AND HIS SONG 'STRONGER'.
That's right, people. Hate. I hate it. And maybe it's just I've had enough.

I think what I hate the most is how "artists" are stealing. And it's not so much the getting away with it that bothers me. What bothers me is that they're receiving praise for plagiarism. Last time I checked, something like that would get me kicked out of University. Remember the "Ice Ice Baby" incident? Pretty sure that ruined careers. Now, a few years later, people are doing exactly the same thing and people are LOVING it.

I first started to notice this when Madonna used the ABBA's "Gimme gimme gimme" melody in the background of her song "Hung up".
Then Gwen Stefani used some samples from The Sound of Music soundtrack in "Wind it Up" and Rhianna used "Tainted Love". It's been getting steadily worse and I have heard people (on more than one occasion, mind you) talk about how original and awesome it is for these "artists" to be adding these samples to their "music" and making them "way better". The latest of these culprits I've noticed to be Kanye "Jesus Christ" West.

In this "music" video, he actually uses the word wronger. I'm not an English teacher [yet] but I'm quite certain this is not a word.

'emerican667' had this to say about the video:
"kanye west is a good musician. his ego and arogance [sic] kills it though."

I fail to see the musicianship involved in sampling Daft Punk and using words that don't exist. [See above: wronger]
Kanye West, and countless other popular artists seem to be single-handedly fooling an entire generation of people into thinking they're "musicians".

Not to mention; how did Daft Punk let this happen? Luckily for them, I know two REAL words and I'm about to use them -- sell and out. As if the GAP commercial wasn't bad enough... really guys. Give your heads a shake.

And so,

I ask, because I'm not sure; does anybody make real music anymore?