No More Dancing


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Once upon a time, there was a serial killer who found immense pleasure in murdering little kids.

How come fairy tales never start this way?

That was part of a long inanimate thinking session. Anyway, I’ve made it pretty clear that I don’t like fairy tales (unless they’re Hans Christian Andersen’s) in previous posts. So, no more will be said about that.

However, I was talking to our housemate yesterday while making a very easy soup (yes, I cook now.. Bite me), and she was saying that she didn’t like fairy tales as a kid as well. That makes me less weird. It does. Really. Well, at least I have the comforting thought that Do0da will always be there to beat my strange ways.

I can tell that I’m rambling, but I don’t care. I’ll just keep going.

Who doesn’t have a thing for karshas? Not your own karsha, of course, but other people’s karshas. I have a belly-poking fetish. I like to rest my head on my brother/mother/father’s belly after a long day. I think they’re cute.. and useful.

My next post might be about religion. There’s only a handful of people that I’m comfortable with talking about religion with, and it seems like I’m losing two. So, yeah.. I have to let it out somewhere. And since I still don’t care if you judge me, why not Poshlust?

I’m being very sentimental these days. I’m usually not okay with it, but I like it this time. I think it’s because it makes me feel better knowing that letting things out is safe.

I shortened my bangs the other day. My hair frames my face more. And surprisingly, I’m brushing it. Don’t ask why. I guess it’s part of being in bed for twelve hours: you wake up, and you feel like doing something productive. Isn’t brushing your hair productive? It looks.. cleaner? Hey, at least my mom’s happy.

Blasphemy. I don’t feel like typing anymore.


30 Responses to “No More Dancing”

  1. looool πŸ˜› Aham shay the karsha-poking fetish. πŸ˜‰

    Talking about religion.. interesting.. this is a big step..

    Yup, letting things out is safe. But only when it is done around the right people.

    Na3eeman πŸ˜‰ lol.. how’s sleeping with those bangs? :p~

  2. Oh and, I’m FIRST! πŸ˜€ and second! Nyahahaha :p

  3. Archer
    Hehe, yeah. I’ll be after you soon πŸ˜›

    It is.

    That’s why it’s safe. I’ve found the right people. πŸ™‚

    Allah yen3am eb7alek. It’s good, hehe. They don’t annoy my eyes;p

    Second, to me, is better than first πŸ˜‰

  4. 4 Purgatory

    Why do you call her housemate?

  5. gairytails don’t start like that coz well dear coz it should be happy and for kids
    and i don’t like fairytails i thik its a bunch of crap something F’ed up dude did
    m3leh no one is THATS happy

    i’m starting to like my own karshah , well u know since i’m fat now so i have to like it
    wanna check it out y3jbk πŸ˜›

    i love not brushing my hair it geet all wavey and yaay
    and yes brushing ur hair is somhting productive its takes effort and time

  6. ma a7eb karshas:p

  7. ur talking about brushing as in seshwar?

    i love bangs but they’re require high maintenance!

  8. ThePurg
    What else would I call her?

    So, we should tell kids that the world is all pretty with happy endings only?

    Hehe, I’m sure I’d love it;p

    Yeah, I don’t brush my hair much;\

    big pearls
    I do, but not on my hubby if I get one;p

    Ruby Woo
    No, brushing as in comb/brush;p

    Mine don’t. I don’t think I’ve ever not had bangs!

  9. resting ur head on a karsha and hearing whats going on inside can sometimes be fun!
    but i don’t like them!

  10. Journal Entry
    It’s always fun! πŸ˜›

  11. fairy tales are alright because they serve a very specific purpose.. because, realistically if all cartoons started like the one you started your post with, we would have a whole generation of Hitlers walking among us telling us to kill everyone..

    and yes karshas are awesome on dad’s… a dad without a karsh just doesn’t work…

    and the religion talking step is a very hard one.. and one that you have to maintain to keep going.. it takes a lot of confidence.. and i applaud you for taking it..

    and yeah.. na3eeman

  12. Frogman
    I’m not saying that they should start this way. Why have them to start with? And we wouldn’t have a generation of Hitlers, because the serial killer would be the wicked witch or whatever.

    Hehe, my dad’s karsha isn’t as fun as my mom’s or bro’s though πŸ˜›

    Thanks. Let’s see how it goes. It’ll probably be a one time thing if I decide to go ahead and do it. πŸ™‚

    Allah yen3am b7alek

  13. I could never finish those huge colorful lollipops on my own, but I liked how it made my chin sticky. Yes, I was a messy eater (licker?) . Looking forward to your post on religion, shock us please.

  14. brokesaudi
    I never ate any of those. They didn’t appeal to me.

    I may fail to do so..

  15. 16 plastic

    I like you when you’re rambling and semi pissed off .

  16. plastic
    I’m sure there’ll be more of that.

  17. I didn’t like fairy tales either πŸ™‚

    and LOL 3la el.karsha thing, it’s so true

  18. Aurous
    Good for you, sara7a!

    Hehe, I know πŸ˜›

  19. I love karshas on men! I really don’t fancy flat stomachs πŸ˜€

    what kind of easy soup? made from scratch or soup in a cup

    talk about religion. We will judge you , that’s what we’re here for : P

  20. Vixen
    I do, but not if he’s my man πŸ˜›

    Not in a cup, and not from scratch. It’s a mushroom soup. You want the recipe?

    Hehe, I won’t care;p

  21. Oh the fairy tale post was a lovely post =P

    I think this is the first time some1 considers my strange ways a comfort ! But rest assured they wont be gone any time soon.

  22. I think people who don’t like fairytale are mantels, sorry but yeah. i’m fucking 20 and i still think Neverland is out there..i think that would make mental too? anyway, I’m pro fairytales, we need to give hope to our kids and then when they face reality they’ll get fucked and that would toughen them up, no?

    Karsha makes wanna throw up ;s when ever i see a huge belly i think of Oprah’s show where that turkish Dr. showed how fat looks like. ee3

    you’ve never expressed any religious views in here, right? well, i can’t wait πŸ™‚

  23. 24 cooookies

    i guess that just makes u more realistic

    post on relegion u say?! hmm cookiez hands u the mic. on the double :p

  24. I like to rest my head on a karsha and hear whats going on inside…

  25. Do0da
    Lol, I recall;p

    They won’t. I won’t go with you to get our heads checked until I’m thoroughly bored of them πŸ˜›

    You don’t have to apologize. That’s your point of view. I do go through the Neverland syndrome. It’s not foreign to me. But I don’t think we should give our kids a hope that isn’t realistic. Can’t we just tell them stories about change and what have you? Something as fascinating as fairytales but without the unbelievable happy endings and stereotypes.

    Yeah, I remember that show. But they serve a lot of purposes;p

    No, I haven’t, but I think it’s time I let out the bottled up anger.

    Possibly πŸ™‚


    It calms me down.

  26. That comic is so sad 😦

  27. N.
    Hehe, really? The boy is just stupid πŸ˜›

  28. I don’t like karshas…
    It’s great that you comb your hair now πŸ™‚ I’m trying to get my sister to do the same…to no avail yet. But we’ll see!!!

  29. F.
    I love them;p

    Hehe, ee my mom is just so proud! πŸ˜›

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