First of all, I don’t really read fanfics. I tried to read one in Dramione fic years ago and though it was well-written, I got too confused that I didn’t continue it. I read some WooU one-shots and that’s about it.
The idea of 2pm as vampires caught my attention especially when the author posted a photo of how she visualized Junho in the fic.
So I got intrigued and read the first chapter and instantly got hooked. The characters were so vivid, I can really each scene unfolding, and the story is so well-written. I seriously read it line by line because it explains a lot about blood and I’m really clueless about that stuff so even when I’m not sure what is really happening with their blood – I just focus more on the story. It keeps me looking forward to what will happen next.
I won’t recap it. Just read it guys here. I highly recommend it. Now for my comments.
The performance was about to end, and it was obvious that the hell was over, but they were still going to keep an eye on all of us for a while, just to make sure that everything was alright. He was sitting one row ahead of me and I had to lean in, to hear his account on the latest interview which included the last week of hell. He inclined that they would be waiting for his account on the recuperation the next week as well. I don’t know what tugged me to speak, but I blurted out without any second thought:
“And when they ask you what you did this week, what are you going to say?”
This time he turned his head right and looked up at me, and in the shadows of the concert hall through the annoying droning of the congratulatory song, he said:
“That I was having sex. Fiercely.”
And I woke up.
The moral of this dream is – stop watching Shinhwa and Game of Thrones interchangeably. It messes with your brain. *pokes head* >_<
Funny thing though, the dream was entirely in a good, legitimate English.
Refan is torturing me with this. YOU EVIL YOU KNOW THERE’S NO SUCH THING IN KOREA OMG!!! T___T
H K N
oh but they’re so hard to answer -_-;;
H: Favourite book. I have read so many books, I don’t know… The 1st book come to mind is “Bambi, A life in the Woods” by Felix Salten. I read it in 3rd grade and it probably was the most important book in my elementary school days *gets nostalgic* It looked exactly like this:
;~; It’s still there in my younger brother’s shelf. *sobs*
*cough* Anyways, apart from that, sure I’ve read Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and even Twilight (oh, the horror D:), but rather than Lord of the Rings, I prefer Silmarillion, and I can’t really come up with any other book that would’ve made an impact as big as Bambi. ^^;;
Oh wait!! I know:
Nikolai Kun “Ancient Greek Myths & Legends”
I read it in 4th grade and this book is responsible for me acing all my classes on Ancient literature ^0^b My peers at uni were reading this book while I have read it in elementary mwahahahaha~ (I read it at nights as a fairy tale book while guarding my baby brother while parents were away).
K: Favourite TV show.…….. I don’t know ;A; Does it have to be like TV series or a TV variety show, cuz I didn’t really watch that much TV when I was a kid, and even now orz. There are some old Soviet Russian shows that come to mind, and Lithuanian ones, that no one really knows… I’ll just go with this one:
Nu Pogodi (Ну, погоди!) You Just Wait!
It’s an old Soviet Russian TV cartoon for kids, about anthropomorphic wolf and hare. I guess it’s like an opposition to Tom & Jerry? The Wolf is a hooligan and always resorts to acts of vandalism trying to catch and eat the hare, while the hare is very straight-laced and kind, and even waters his flowers and wears a white turtle-neck under his shirt, that kinda makes you doubt his sexual orientation. LMAO. It finally hit me just now XD.
N: Favourite day of the year.
Christmas Eve! It’s not what it used to be, but I still love remembering how the whole family would gather together behind a big table, and we would have this traditional Lithuanian Christmas Eve dinner with 12 dishes, eating till you explode and then pull out straws from behind the table cloth, the longer straw you pull out, the longer you live lol. And as I would fall asleep I would always imagine hearing animals in grandma’s farm speak, because they say that animals speak on Christmas Eve ^^;; I kinda miss that ;~; In Korea Christmas is all about getting yourself a boyfriend/girlfriend, WTF? lol
ESSAY~ (as you can see, I’m trying to stay away from term paper writing for as long as possible orz)