Monday, February 19, 2007

Women are Busy

Women are busy. Women have careers, families, friends, volunteer activities, and hobbies. Women have always been busy and always will be. Once, we got advice from our elders – mothers, grandmothers, aunts. Today, we don’t always have the wisdom of our family at our fingertips. Sometimes it is because of location and other time it is because families just aren’t as close as they used to be. So where do we find advice for women now?

One of the most common types of advice women search for is relationship advice. Women also frequently search for advice on jobs and careers.

But where do mostly women tend to get advices? Some may go and chat all day long with friends or with their sisters. Some may go online advicing and ask questions to experience wome and professionals which is very common nowadays. Some may carry the poblem on their own and enjoy life with friends as if nothing is happening. Some women also keep theirselves busy to get tired easily and may fall asleep quickly and nothing to think about before going to bed. A lot of women needs advices whether it is painful to hear so to learn a lessons and men needs these to. Women needs to be outspoken with their feelings and needs to know everything even it hurts because facing reality is a fact in everyones' lives.

So despite of how women are so busy, they still tend to find ways and insert to their busy schedule to find advice, give advice, comfort friends and families around them. And not only on saddest moments but on happy times too..even tired they still have fun times to go shopping, watching movies, strolling around and talking with friends and a lot more. These are womens way of life that needs to be understandable because no man is an island. Every single being needs people around.

Thursday, February 15, 2007

Prince Charming

Hi, I got this again from, nice write up!

Knights in shining armour report back to him, women swoon over him, and he's Mr Right's most valued friend, but who is he, really?

1. Prince Charming: A man who fulfills their suitor's vision of a dream man. He's perfect, handsome, and does everything. He also happens to be pretty much non-existent. Because there's no female equivalent of the phrase, it is possible to suggest a Princess Charming, if that's the gender you prefer.

2. A man who persistently seeks out the company of women. This is usually meant as a sort of sarcastic reference to the first definition, but could also allude to the womanizing Prince Charming theory (more on that later).

3. Someone, or something, that fixes/removes a flaw in someone (as Prince Charming saved Snow White from death).
4. A stock character. He appears in fairy tales at the last moment to sweep the girl off her feet and they all live happily ever after. He can be found in Cinderella, Snow White, Rapunzel and Sleeping Beauty. He is usually an undeveloped character, and is frequently off on quests to save the damsel in distress. A break in this pattern can be found in The Frog Prince, where the damsel in distress must rescue Prince Charming before he can bring her back to his castle far, far away.

Although we are generally raised on visions of the perfect Prince Charming, more recently he has been re-invented as a rather undesirable character. Because many fairy tales use the name Prince Charming (although there are some plays on the name, such as Prince Char in Ella Enchanted), it is not a huge leap to assume they are all the same guy. This casts him in a different light; he appears as a womanizing jerk, one who strings women along before dropping her for the next girl. Fables effectively uses this theory. To quote PC in Into the Woods, "I was raised to be charming, not sincere."

Some fairy tales have eliminated the Prince Charming factor all together, such as Shrek and Shrek 2 (where PC is cast as vain, metrosexual, bitter ex-fiancé) as well as the classic Beauty and the Beast. Both stories send the message that the "monster" can get the girl, and that it takes more than charm and a white horse to win her.

Cannizzaro1 provides another strike against him in a run-down of the Disney Prince Charmings (even if that is not their technical name). Sleeping Beauty/Briar Rose is awakened by a make-out session she never consented to, The Little Mermaid's PC never seems to notice she's mute, and to top it off, Snow White is dead when she gets her first kiss from her prince. Necrophilia is generally not thought of as a charming quality.

Although the Prince Charming's reputation may be a little tarnished, there are still many women (and men) waiting for their very own.......

Tuesday, February 13, 2007


The world is divided into two. People who have experienced this traumatising phenomenon, and people who haven't.

There is nothing that distinguishes these two classes... both princes and paupers have experienced heartbreak. Both the most learned, as well as the very most plebian, may experience this.

Essentially heartbreak occurs when something stops the flow of sweet lovin' from a person's significant other. It could be death of the afore mentioned S.O. or perhaps betrayal, or simply the lingering demise of a relationship that wouldn't work out, but was dragging alot of pain and suffering along with it as it got spent.

Hearts are fragile. Nobody's heart is too strong, too hard, too taut to be broken. You can feel perfectly O.K. one minute and then something, in a mere second, can cause your heart to break and things come crashing down around you and you are left in a heap of shatterred dreams.

And the shocking thing about this is that it actually feels like there is something wrong in your chest... one experiences a heaviness, or a sharp twinge of pain ever present in the region. It is not something over-zealous poets have sat and though about... it is something really there, actual documented pain.

As yet there is no cure for heartbreak. Time, they say, is the best healer... but one might add that Time more than heals, makes you forget, and with forgetfulness comes some peace.

However no one fully recovers.

See write up on

Someday Lyrics by Nina

Someday you'll gonna realize
One day you'll see through my eyes
But then i won't even be there
I'll be happy somewhere
Even if i can't

I know
You dont really see my worth
You think your the last guy on earth
Well i've got news for you
I know i'm not that strong
But it won't take long
Won't take long


Coz someday, someone's gonna love me
The way, i want you to need me
Someday, someone's gonna take your place
One day i'll forget about you
You'll see, i won't even miss you
Someday, someday

But now
I know you can't tell
I'm down,and i'm not down anyway
But one day these tears
They will all run dry
I won't have to cry
Sweet goodbye


Coz someday, someone's gonna love me
The way, i want you to need me
Someday, someone's gonna take your place
One day i'll forget about you
You'll see, i won't even miss you
Someday, someday

Define Pretending..

Saying ur ok but ur not,
Dat u understand but u dont,
Acting luk ur busy but in reality ur lonely,
Convincing dat u juz wana b friends but wat u rily want is mor dan friends,
We u know dat she/he has sombody new, u act lyk it doesnt hurt wen it rily hurts so bad insyd,
Wen u say uv moved on, but d truth is ur stil waiting,
Wen u say its over but u know u stil luv her/him.
And u say u cant relate w/ dis message but den u really do.

Monday, February 12, 2007



as a form of deception or dismissal of prior presumptions, is the breaking or violation of a presumptive social contract (trust, or confidence) that produces moral and psychological conflict within a relationship amongst individuals, between organizations or between individuals and organizations. Often betrayal is the act of supporting a rival group, or it is a complete break from previously decided upon or presumed norms by one party from the others.

Saturday, February 03, 2007

N e v e r ....

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Men always want to be a woman's first love - women like to be a man's last romance. - Oscar Wilde