31 January 2013

I Love Anime! Persona 4 and Star Driver

Trolololololololo~ -skip like a fairy- Aww, I miss my fellow fairies. 

Anime mode... ACTIVATE! 

Have I ever mentioned I love Anime? Like I seriously fricking LOVE IT! However, I did take a hiatus for about 4 months from watching any anime. That's like 30 years in my anime-watching time. I can list loads of reasons why but it's mainly I have ran out of brilliant animes and I have just sort of gone off it. It's no worry though, because I am back! -run and give anime a big hug-

Persona 4: The Animation

Studio: AIC ASTA and Aniplex

Year: 2011 - 2012

Episodes: 25 + 1 True ending

Genre: Action, Comedy, Fantasy, Drama, Mystery, Horror

Storyline: When Yu Narumaki moves to a rural country town of Inaba with his uncle and cousin for a year, he was expecting more peace and quiet than the big city. Instead, a series of mysterious murders and kidnappings occur in the town. Things get even crazier when he discovers the "Midnight Channel" and that he has the special ability to enter into TVs. Accompanied by his disbelieving friends, Yu discovers another world inside the TVs which seemed to be connected to the murders. They also gain "Persona", whose power can be used to fight the shadows that inhabit the TV world. Yu and his friends fight to figure out how everything is connected and try to solve the case before it's too late.

If case you haven't realised, it's based off the game and according to a friend of mine, the storyline stayed very close to the plot of the game. Unfortunately, I haven't played the game. I REALLY want to. But I just can't. I don't own a PS2 or PS Vita. It's such a shame, I know.

This isn't a review or anything, it's just my thoughts after I watched the entire series. Okay, it's like a review but 76% less serious. Let's start of with a graph. Graph, GO!

Please let me to explain this graph. An anime graph is pretty much exactly the same as a rom-com graph.

Normal--Increase in happiness--PEAK--Decrease by 70%--Goes back up and TADA! Happily every after

Paint sort of limit the graph I wanted to draw, but it turned out okay. So yay!

Before I really dive in, here's some Persona 4 images that you can enjoy:

Chibis FTW! They are adorable and hilarious.

From the Game

I am pretty sure everyone like Yu.

So I spent last weekend watching this entire anime in one go. Well, split into 2 days. It's been on my to-watch list for ages but I just haven't got around to watching it. To sum up my feelings... I LOVE IT! The entire anime was amazing. It was a quality action-packed good fantasy anime. It's probably because it's based off such a good game. So I am going to try to explain things I liked and didn't liked about it without spoiling.

  • The art for the animation is brilliant. The eyes and hair are really well done.
  • It's fantasy and they use personas while wearing glasses. Enough said.
  • WATCH EP 7! It's so disturbing but hilarious at the same time. It's like the best episode in my opinion.
  • All the main characters are so loveable and you can't really hate them. Well, you can. But they all undergo developments. 
  • I am very good with predicting storylines. So it comes at no surprise that the entire plot didn't surprise me. I did predict just about all of it. That's just me. It might not be as predictable if you watch it yourself.
  • The preview of the next episode at the end of each episode is awful. It seriously makes every episode look all scary and sad. -shiver-
I liked all the Arcanas cards. They aren't that special or different but I liked it. My favourite character was probably Naoto, for reasons I can not say, or Chie. Of all the personas, I like Himiko, Rise's persona the best. But Yukiko's persona Honohana Sakuya was the prettiest.

Overall rating: ... -drumroll- ... 8.4 / 10

This comic dub for Persona 4 is so funny. Seriously, even without knowing much about the anime or the game, it's still hilarious. It's like a parody of Persona 4, even when it's already funny. Enjoy~ 

Star Driver: Kagayaki no Takuto

This was the last anime I watched in September last year before my long hiatus. It's a seriously good anime.

Studio: Bones

Year: 2010 - 2011

Episodes: 25

Genre: Mecha, Action, Sci-fi, Comedy, Drama

Storyline: It takes place on the fictional Southern Cross Isle. One night, a boy named Takuto washes up on shore from swimming from the mainland. After being rescued by Wako, he later enrolls into the Southern Cross High School as a freshman and meet different people. However, underneath the school is a group of mysterious giants called Cybodies, which are controlled by humans in a dimension known as Zero Time. The story follows Takuto as The "Galactic Pretty Boy" as he fight against a group called "Glittering Crux Brigade". 

Here's some pictures of the anime:

The thing I loved most about this anime is the 4 maiden's songs. My rankings: 
  1. Monochrome - Sakana-chan
  2. Komorebi no Contact - Wako
  3. Innocent Blue - Mizuno
  4. Akiiro no Aria - Keito

Monochrome by Sakana-chan is one of my favourite Japanese song of all time. No jokes. I love it so much that I have it on my iPod and I did listen to it non-stop on replay for days. It was a little crazy obsession. Although I don't like Wako, her song was better than the other two. I suggest you either watch the anime or Youtube the songs to find out how pretty they are.  

There are a few complains I have for the anime:
  • I hate love triangles. I absolutely loathe them. It's not much of a spoiler that Star Driver has a love triangle. I hate it. Garrr~ -shiver at how bad it is-
  • I didn't like Wako. At all. Not even at the beginning. I should, because she is the female lead. But I just can't. I really just don't like her on many levels. 
  • Some of the characters and sub-plot was just... what?! It was so random and weird that I don't really have words for it. 

The ending... my reaction was: Just... WHAT?! WHAT DID I JUST WATCH?! That was how bad the ending was. I can't even call it an ending. It was that bad. All those terrible things aside, I really enjoyed this anime. Luckily, I found out there is going to be a movie coming out! I am so exciting for it. Because it was a really good anime but the ending was terrible. I hope the movie makes up for the bad ending. It's coming out in 9 days! 9 days! Can't you wait? No, I can't either! Here are some posters for the movie: 

Overall rating: 7.5 / 10

Hope you will like the animes~ 

28 January 2013

A Random Epiphany

Narwhale, Narwhale swimming in the ocean causing a commotion...


Narwhale is secretly a jellyfish in disguise!!!

# Me and Erin's awesome crack in the middle of PE while counting fluff. (We are just that awesome.)
Was it the pun? I feel like it was the pun!

27 January 2013

Book Stack - Jan 2013

Books... have I mention how much I love books?! I L.O.V.E BOOKS SO MUCH! You get the idea. Therefore, I enjoy reading about good or new books that I would be interested in reading.

How awesome is it if my book shelves/stack look like this?
I would love it if my future apartment is like that.
Then I would be in book heaven. hehe

 Here's my first book stack! It's basically every book I have acquired this month. 

Purchased from Book Depository 

The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell 
Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

Borrowed from Library

If I Stay by Gayle Forman
Delirium by Lauren Oliver

Can you believe I have never read any book by Gayle Forman and Lauren Oliver? No, I can't either! They are such amazing author yet I haven't read anything by them. I should be ashamed. Both books are for the Wishlist Challenge.

E-book from Amazon

Sweet 16 by Kate Brian
Evie's Knight by Kimberly Krey
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas (Also for the Wishlist Challenge)

I am so excited to read all of these books. I have had so many great things and read lots of amazing reviews about them. Let's hope I get time to read while school is still super busy.

I ordered Just One Day by Gayle Forman on Friday. I can't wait for it to arrive. I am really looking forward to reading it. -squee at an awesome book-

26 January 2013

Introducing Cubicfoxy

You are all probably wondering what or who is Cubicfoxy. Well, I am not telling you! You don't get to know. HA!

Okay, I am joking. Cubicfoxy is a tumblr user. 

"Cubicfoxy's view of the sea.
A little fox lost in a big city." 

Here's something about Foxy: 

She is a 16 years old girl from South Africa but living in England. She loves kawaii (adorable) things, manga/anime, video games (especially Legend of Zelda), books, films and drawing. She is awesome and friendly. 

Now you know a bit about her... guess who she is! 

Here are your clues: 
  • I have mentioned her before.
  • I mentioned her in more than one music post.
  • She went to South Africa for Christmas
If you don't know who it is... you fail. It's Erin! My bessie Erin that I have mentioned several times before and she got a tumblr account recent. Go check her out! She is really awesome. She is a tumblr girl and I am a blog girl. But we are still awesome friends. 

waka waka waka waka waka waka mew mew! 
This is the extent of our awesome inside jokes. Nah, who am I kidding? We can be a lot weirder. 

Oh! She is a weird cat lady. I am not kidding. She love cats and just animals in general. She is probably going to give me a death stare for calling her weird cat lady. Oops. Oh well. 

Erin is very sweet. This is what she said about me:

25 January 2013

SOTD #07

I feel like having something sweet and cute today. So lalala~ 

" Love stories happen everyday. When you think you are chasing it, it might just be chasing you instead."

It's heart shaped. Therefore, it's sweet and cute. Simple Chingy logic. 

23 January 2013

Music Madness: Indie Rock

A 2 days belated music post but nevertheless MUSIC! So the spotlight today is... -drum roll-...


I have no clue why but since last week, I have been really into Indie Rock. It's such a diverse and awesome genre.


Metric is a Canadian Indie Rock band. I actually first heard about them when I watched Scott Pilgrim vs. the World with Beth and Erin a few years back. If you haven't seen the movie, you are missing out big time. Anyway, their song, Black Sheep, was featured in the movie. Although Brie Larson sang it instead. I love the song so much so that I listened to Larson's version for ages, since I didn't know Metric originally sang it, until I got the soundtrack. When I got the soundtrack, I immediately listened to Metric's version. If there is any way for me to love the song more, it's listening to Metric's version. Emily Haines sang it to perfection. I actually way prefer the original version compared to the movie version. 

Another song I absolutely adore by Metric is Gimme Sympathy. I can replay this song over and over and over again and not get bored.

I have to admit that Metric is really what got me into Indie Rock music. So a BIG thumbs up to them. Also check out some of their other songs. You won't be disappointed.


Before I even say anything about Stars... listen and prepare to fall heads over heels with this song, completely in love. I DO MEAN absolutely in love.

Now that you are in love, I shall begin. Stars is a Canadian Indie Pop band. They are amazing. I think you get my drift about their awesomeness. Their songs have featured in quite a few dramas. Sadly, I don't watch any the dramas that their songs are featured in. However, Dead Hearts was probably most popularly on Like Crazy. I haven't seen the movie either but I still love this song. I serious need to get their albums instead of going on Youtube all the time, espeically The North. Other stunning songs:

  • Fixed
  • The Theory of Relativity
  • Ageless Beauty
  • Your Ex-Love Is Dead
  • Hold On When You Get Love And Let Go When You Give It
  • Backlines

If you have heard of Stars and love their music, I love you. You are awesome.

Bon Iver

Bon Iver is an American Indie Folk band. They have an won a Grammy. That is the extent of their awesomeness. I especially adore Skinny Love but I am pretty sure everyone know this song. And this band. So, I don't need to say more about them. All their songs are quality good music.

Metric, Stars and Bon Iver produce good music. When you find and love good music, you will be as happy as I am. Hope you enjoy and love the music like I do~


It stopped snowing! -sad face- It has been snowing on and off (again) heavily since my last post. Most of the snow on the street or paths have turned into grey, slushy slush. The only way I could navigate through the slush is with wellies. I was wearing my old brown wedges before but wellies turns out to be a better option. The funny thing is I brought these wellies 2 years ago, during the last blizzard. (It totally was a blizzard. I think, anyway.) I have started saying snow like s(ch)now. Like the s pronounced as sch instead of an s. I am not sure I entirely make sense here. Oh well.

<--- You like my pink wellies?
          Yeah, I like them too. 

19 January 2013

Blizzard And Smart Thinking

Hello Snowy People! 

For the last few days, the UK has been hit with pretty bad snow. It's been snowing on and off for days now and I swear it's closer to a blizzard than not. It's snowing insane! But it's very pretty. Like depressingly pretty. Beth and I really want to go to Japan and see it snow while watching cherry blossoms. Yes, we know it's not possible because cherry blossom doesn't happen in winter. Usually anyway. But hey, a girl (or girls) can dream! 

Picture of the view in front of my house again. Actually, it's from my room on the 2nd floor. Sorry for the blueness of the picture, it's the best I could do with editing. (I am awful at editing.) But it's better than how it originally was.

This is the back yard. The mini trampoline is just hilarious! You can see how insane the snow have gotten in the past few days. I was so tempted to go outside and scoop some up but I decided otherwise. It's so fricking cold outside. I had to blast the radiator to stay warm inside, with a hot water bottle and a hot drink. 

I am probably the only person who goes to Waterstones and go to the Smart Thinking section and look through the books in it. I found some really interesting ones but decided on 2. So I ordered them on Book Depository 2 weeks ago and they arrived a few days ago. Hooray! I don't have a clue why I am suddenly randomly into thinking books now. I do like seeing how things impact each other and changes but books.... still no idea why I would be into them. But it is interesting. I do have a whole list of books I have found and written down. However, I just got the 2 I was most interested in to start with.

I got The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell and Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman. 

I am currently reading The Tipping Point. I think I saw someone's blog post about it on the internet and how the book really changes how you see things, which got me really interested. My version of the book is a tiny bit weird because it's slightly smaller in size than normal paperback books, not that it makes a difference.

P.S. Any of you play The Sims 3? I just started playing it yesterday, since Beth gave it to me. It's so good! It's like the first game I have played on the PC in ages. I spent like 4 hours on it but it was totally worth it. So much fun! 

14 January 2013

Music Madness Monday: Swedish House Mafia, The Band Perry & Alex Clare

Hello cosy dreamers! I am currently hugging a hot water bottle tightly and try to keep warm as I freeze to death. Since it started snowing again in the UK last night, it's been awfully cold. I can barely feel my toes. But I am warming up. So it's all good. 

Anyhow, I need to apologize that I will have to postpone the East Asian Music favourites of 2012 post to next week. I am sorry but I have been super busy with school so I haven't got the chance to really look through it yet. However, I still have good music favourites for you this week. It's only 3 singles but they are awesome. 

Don't You Worry Child by Swedish House Mafia (feat. John Martin) 

I have no idea why I didn't like Swedish House Mafia before. They are actually really cool. I love this song. The lyrics are really meaningful in my opinion. Check it out! 

If I Die Young by The Band Perry

The title of the song sounds a little depressing. Just a little. But the song is great. I just discovered it a few days ago, but I have been listening to it on replay again and again. 

Too Close by Alex Clare 

There was this line that was stuck in my head real bad and I just couldn't figure out which song it was from. The line: "Which way is right, which way is wrong. How do I say that I need to move on?" I just love this line. Anyway, I kept singing the same line over and over again for like 5 minutes by which point Erin noticed and was like: I know what song that is! Then she told me and I was like: OH YEAH! I really like this song. Erin actually recommended me to get Alex Clare's entire album because apparently it is brilliant. I haven't checked it out yet, but I definitely will. 

That is all. Hope you have a lovely week~ 

12 January 2013


Happy 12.01.2013! 

I know it's already January, but it is never too late for Christmas presents! My lovely Aunt Phoebe, who lives in Hong Kong sent my family adorable Christmas presents again. She send us presents for Christmas every year, with awesome stuff she usually gets from City'super. So it means that they are awesome Japanese goodies. For 2010, she sent us cozy shoulder "cardigans" (I have no idea what you call those things) and for 2011, she got us cool travel mugs which we can decorate ourselves. But what she got me this year is just AWESOME. It's legend---wait for it---dary! (Quoting Barney Stinson any day.)

-Drum roll- They are fingerless gloves! 

Original Packaging

I received the gloves a few days ago, but I haven't gotten the chance to wear them until today. And Oh My Gosh, they are incredibly warm. They keep my hands surprisingly warm and look stylish at the same time. What more could I have ask for in gloves?! They are by a Japanese brand called Stream (everyday nice socks). Not sure if they are new or not, but I think they are awesome. My little sister chose the light brown ones while my mother got the darker brown ones. I am special with blue. -cheesy grin-

Yes, that is my hand. And Yes, I did do my nails awesomely. I got sort of bored last night and decided to go crazy with crackles. I love those at the moment. I just went with a dark navy base colour and put white, gold or silver crackles on top. I think they turned out quite well. I wear the ring all the time. My mum gave it to me for Christmas 2 years back, and she had brought it ages ago (when she was way younger). I love it, it's really pretty. 

And this is me. Cheerio! I don't think I have posted a picture of myself before, but here it is. The gloves just go well with anything. I was trying out a middle parting today. I usually have my hair parted far right. I wanted to know if I would suit a middle parting so I was like: "Why not I just try it?". So that's that. My conclusion (with the help of Beth and my family) is that I do suit a middle parting. Well, I don't look bad anyway. What do you think? 

I spent most of my day today with Beth and we exchanged Christmas presents, watched a great movie which I probably will talk about at some point on my blog and we played The Sims 3 (I made a fairy!). It's a belated Christmas gift exchange but 1. It's better late than never and 2. We haven't had time earlier. 

So she got me a few things and they are all amazing. She knows me too so well. She got me candles! I love candles. I wanted to get some during winter sale but my parents were afraid I would burn the house down so they refused to let me buy any. Since Beth got me some, they have no excuse. (So HA! In parent's faces!)  

L to R: Cinnamon Sticks. Ginger Cookies.Snowcapped Pine. Vanilla Creme

They all smell delicious! I just want to eat them. Not literally. But the ginger cookies and the cinnamon sticks are gorgeous. I didn't think I would like spices smells so much. So yay! for having candles now.

Knowing that I am a bit of an art fanatic, she got me arty stuff. She got me a new A4 sketchbook and a 12" wooden manikin. The manikin is going to come in so handy, since I have a semi-realistic style of drawing. I am going to make good use of both of those as I have recently finished my last A4 sketchbook. She also got me a nice blue A5 notebook which I am not sure what I will use it for yet, but I will make good use of it. 

Last but definitely not least... -more drum roll- The Sims 3! I am not a gaming nerd, unlike most of my friends, I hardly play games because 1. My dad doesn't really let me and 2. I prefer doing other things. However, there were two games that I have really wanted for a while now. They are Portal and The Sims 3. Beth gave me her extra copy of Sims 3! (I did threw a big hug at her) So now I can play The Sims 3 when I get bored. And I will have all the expansion packs. I am actually doing my "Oh Yeah!" dance right now. I am sure I look hilarious.

Hope you guys had a lovely 2nd Saturday of January! 

10 January 2013

Spectacular Silver Screen - Top 5: Films I MUST SEE In 2013

---I just thought I should mention that I have changed the segment title slightly. Spectacular sounded better than wonderful.---

Films! Oh don't you just love movies?! Imagine living without cinema, and the beauty of movies. Yes, it's probably as awful as you have imagined. I should stop making things sound bad. But seriously, it's movie time! Sort of. 2012 had amazing movies, but 2013 ones are just as exciting. Yes, I am going to be going on and on about the 5 movies that I personally am really looking forward to seeing this year. Seeing as everyone is looking forward to 

  • Thor: The Dark World 
  • Man of Steel
  • Star Trek Into Darkness 
  • The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug 
  • Iron Man 3
I am not going to include them in my top 5 MUST SEE! Because who doesn't want to watch those?! (And everyone love Benedict Cumberbatch.) 

This long poster looks stunning! (I am sure it's 3 posters put into 1)

1. Oz: The Great and Powerful

Genre: Fantasy, Action, Adventure

Starring: James Franco, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams, Joey King

Storyline: Oscar Diggs, a small-time circus magician is hurled away from dusty Kansas to the vibrant Land of Oz. Facing three enchantresses Theodora, Evanora and Glinda, he must use his wits and magic to convince everyone that he is the great wizard they have been expecting as the three witches all have plans for him.

I simply can not express in words how much I am looking forward to this movie. IT LOOKS SO AWESOME! The graphics look stunning. I am a huge fan of James Franco. I mean, look at him. He is fit and talented. I know you are nodding in agreement. It also have 3 amazing actresses. Even if I am not a big fan of Michelle Williams, she looks really pretty as the good witch and I can't wait to see her performance. 

Here are some awesome promotional posters: 

2. Beautiful Creatures

Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Drama

Starring: Alden Ehrenreich, Alice Englert, Jeremy Irons, Viola Davis, Emmy Rossum

Storyline: Ethan longs to escape his small Southern town. He meets a mysterious new girl, Lena. Together, they uncover dark secrets about their respective families, their history and their town.

Erin and I are DYING to see this. OH MY GOSH! The trailer looked fantastic! Seriously, I actually screamed at my laptop: "I MUST GO SEE THIS!" when I finished the trailer. The plot just looks amazing. I know it's based on the book with the same title and I wish I have read it. I really want to read it but I never got around to doing so. I wish I could finish the book before I watch the movie, but the book is 500+ pages long! I don't have time to read that in a month, which is really sad. (Plus I haven't read a book longer than 400 pages in years.) This movie have brilliant actors. I haven't seen Emmy Rossum in a movie in ages. I liked her. I can't wait to see her character who looks so badass! This isn't really related to the movie, but I love Lena's dress in this poster. It looks so beautiful. Okay, this version doesn't show the entire dress. But I am telling you, it's a gorgeous dress. 

I found this poster strangely amusing.

3. Warm Bodies

Genre: Comedy, Horror, Romance

Starring: Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, Rob Corddry, John Malkovich, Dave Franco

Storyline: After a zombie becomes involved with the girlfriend of one of his victims, their romance sets in motion a sequence of events that might transform the entire lifeless world. 

Comedy Horror is such a messed up genre. It's one of the, if not the most messed up genre ever! I watched Fright Night (2011) a few weeks ago and it was a Comedy Horror. It was a hilarious movie. (My little sister got so freaked out and scared throughout the movie, it was quite amusing.) Anyway, Warm Bodies's trailer looked impressive. It looks awesome. Enough said. I am not sure why, but the story is sort of sweet in my opinion. I am sure Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer will be amazing, from what I have seen in the trailer. I found out this was based on the book and I debated whether to read it or not. I don't think I will, because apparently the book is not entirely great. I can't wait to see the movie though.

4. The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

Genre: Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Romance

Starring: Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, Robert Sheehan, Kevin Zegers, Lena Headey

Storyline: When her mother is attacked and taken from their home in New York City by a demon, a seemingly ordinary teenage girl, Clary Fray, finds out truths about her history and bloodline on her quest to get her back which changes her entire life. 

I am so glad this is coming out in the UK in the summer. I know I can't wait for this movie to come out and summer seems like a while away. However, City of Bones is on my to-read list. Given these few months, I am sure I can finish the book before the movie comes out. Hooray for that. I prefer to read the book before seeing the movie, but I never get round to it. Although I am determined this time. I am not a huge fan of Lily Collins but she looked quite good in the trailer. I know some people don't think it does the book justice, but I think as a fantasy movies, it looks excellent. 

5. Jack the Giant Slayer

Genre: Adventure, Drama, Fantasy

Starring: Nicholas Hoult, Ewan McGregor, Stanley Tucci, Bill Nighy, Eleanor Tomlinson

Storyline: A modern day fairy tale in which the long-standing peace between men and giants is threatened, as a young farmer boy leads an expedition into the giants' kingdom in hopes of rescuing a kidnapped princess.

The trailer looked hilarious. Trailers does a lot to movies. This one really did it for me. I wasn't particularly planning on going to see this, but after the trailer, I really want to see it. Nicholas Hoult looks like a cool Jack, regardless of my sister saying he is camp or not. Plus this movie has Bill Nighy. He is just pure awesomeness. 

There are also other movies that are also worth mentioning: 

  • Lincoln - This looks like a movie I will be watching with my mum. She likes movies like this. (I think...)
  • Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters - I love dark takes on any fairy tales. That includes Hansel & Gretel. Plus Witch Hunters make them sound so kick-ass! 
  • G.I. Joe: Retaliation - WHAT HAPPEN TO CHANNING TATUM?! I am actually quite angry that Channing Tatum doesn't have a main part in this. I was fine when they have   a whole new cast, no Sienna Miller and Joseph Gordn-Levitt. But taking Channing Tatum out is just too far for me. I loved G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. It's not my favourite film but I love watching all the action in it. I am just watching Retaliation for the action, I hoped for more from it though. 
  • The Host - I have never read the book. It's too long and apparently it's not all that good. But I really want to watch this because 1. Saoirse Ronan is a fantastic actress and 2. Max Irons is really cute. They look like a great couple in the movie.
Those are my MUST SEEs. What movies are you looking forward to watching in 2013?

08 January 2013

Music Madness: (Some) Best of 2012!

Hello Sleepy Dreamers!

Sorry for the late post. Yesterday was my last day of holiday and I am now officially switched off from holiday mode, which is depressing. School started today and it’s not pretty. I already have a ridiculous amount of homework. It’s slowly killing me, which I am sure would kill anyone. It’s only the first day back! Anyway, enough of my boring rant and onto music! I decided to do this eye-candy style (again) because 1. It’s pretty and 2. It’s easier than writing it. These are some of my favourites from 2012, totally check them out if you haven’t, I can guarantee you will like some of them. If you are a girl who plays a song you like 100 times, then you are exactly like me. I can put a song I like on replay forever. My favourites also mean I have listened to them countless times. I have quite a particular taste in music but still, hope you like them!  


East Asian Music favourites of 2012 are coming next week, so please look forward to it!