A good friend from work has had a run of bad luck all in this year. She’s one of the most hard working and genuine people I know. I know times are hard, but even $5 dollars would help this cause. If possible please share this also. I want her for once not to worry or stress about at least one thing this year, and I know this would be a huge help achieving that goal .

3 06.03.14

Awe, I’m having crazy withdrawals.

I really am craving another tattoo. I would get this art style, size, and location. I just would use my recently deceased grandfathers calligraphy art pieces. He actually won awards for his scrolls and art pieces. It was his side hobby while he was a doctor, you know back in the day in Korea where only like a handful of men had PhD’s and actual hospital practices. He brought family medicine to Korea and would never deny anyone who couldn’t afford the healthcare. My dad would laugh around how they were kind of tight on money, but his peers from my grandpas colleagues thought they were so noble and loaded like them and would always treat him out, so he would just go with the flow and enjoy that life. 

Anywho, ahaha off subject, I would get this in a way to tribute/honor him. Also its the only tattoo so far my father can stomach, since he holds most of my grandpas scrolls, and I want an accurate reference. I currently possess his red stamps, one is his pen name he would use for his calligraphy pieces, its translated to bamboo creek, that would go with the big side one. And he has an red official name stamp, that I would want alone on my shoulder blade. My younger sister is down to get a matching one of this. That one would just be a way to show where I came from in a sense, and our family line will always remain important to me. 

I don’t want a koi fish, thats way too stereotypical asian, but I would want to touch up my other tattoo with this type of art style. I love abstract and ink splatters. And since my tattoo is supposed to be interdimensional portals that have cosmic energy and shit, I feel this is kind a beautiful way to portray that even more. 

All tattoos are from Tattoo Temple, located in Hong kong. From Joey Pang and another artist named Wang. I wish I could get the art done by them, but I have no desire to travel to Hong Kong at the time ahaha.

Credit: http://tattootemple.hk/

4 05.29.14









Welcome to Tumblr.

Holy shit this is the most accurate post I have ever seen in my life

wait…this is a completely different gif set on my blog…

Reblog this and then check it on your Tumblr. Go on, do it.


What? How? O_O


holy shit I’m trying this

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Oh hey. It’s Tom Hiddleston in a vampire movie. I have very mixed feelings.

9 03.19.14


do you ever just realise you’re almost an adult and you have no money 

Do you ever just realize you are an adult and you still have no money.

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This is an accurate representation of a real relationship.

8 02.03.14

Box - The Creators Project

This is mind blowing, all taken with one shot and only using projectors on a blank canvas. Saw this on Paul Dateh’s youtube nation playlist.

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2 01.30.14
@Anonymous "I really need some advice. I'm 21 years old in a ldr and very much in love. I want to go and see my ldr, but I know my parents would never approve of our relationship and think I'm crazy. I love him and he loves me so much. Things at home aren't so good but I'm close to my mom and would never want to hurt her. I know that I'm an adult that goes to school and has a job but I let my parents control my life alot. What should I do just leave or not go? Also, telling my parents isn't an option."

I feel that since you are 21 years old, you have the right to pursue who and what you want. But if you’re really fearing of even alerting your parents, maybe you should have him come visit you? It seems as if you’re current situation is more complex, and it seems harder for you to leave what you have: School, job, and your parents. Just try to have a friend that will let him crash at their place.

I never personally dealt with Long distance, but my younger sister did. She had a guy in alaska, while she was in vegas. He flew down to see her and spend a week or so with her. Our parents would never had allowed her to even be in a relationship, so much as with him. She had to sneak out a lot and say she was staying with a friend, but she always says she never regretted it, and that it was one of the most happiest times in her life.

On the part of not letting your parents know, I get it. I’m Korean and have really strict parents when it comes to dating. My dad has this obsessive complex, its like reverse Oedipus, and he doesn’t even want me to get married, he just wants me to grow old with him and take care of him. My mother is just racist when it comes down to it, and she admits it. Most of my boyfriends were hispanic or filipino, I mean I dated Korean guys and white guys, but I just never really told my parents and hid it from them. I mean as I got older though I realized my mom was a bit more open, and knew my position when she was my age, and that dating was something I would go through either way. My dad is still the same, but he told me I can get married only if the guy is Korean. Oh and if you’re scared of getting disowned, its not a big deal, I’ve been disowned a few times already, but your parents are your parents and they’ll always love you. Trust me.

To be honest you have a few options:

1. Have him visit you, while you sneak out or go out and say you have another shift at work or hanging out with friends.

2. Tell your parents and hope they would understand. And go for it.

3. Or stay home.

I don’t really give good love advice, sorry, and I don’t know your personal story or what you’re going through, but I hope you can eventually find a solution for your problem.

2 01.30.14

I’ve thought about you. A letter to my first love.

Note: I wrote this after doing an over nighter, I have no idea why. And I’m too lazy to proofread and edit at the moment. This is not a “I miss you, come back”, this is a “I’m happy for that time we had and thank you”. 

I remember the times we had. When we created the first experiences together that triggered our connection to being truly human. The first sensation of being so curious. Of being vulnerable. Going beyond than what we initially perceived. You opened my eyes. I was able to learn on how to begin. Only after that did I learn on how to learn.

Through you, I experienced joy so incredible, that it would overwhelm me day and night. I felt myself truly anxious of seeing you, seeing what the next moment was to come. Through you, I felt the ability to confide, to trust. We learned together. We developed together. You helped me build the foundation of who I am today. 

It was naive, it was quite ambitious, it was clumsy, it was beautiful, it was natural, it was us feeling the world. You were my first in this existence, the one I allowed myself to completely devout myself to. My mind, my spirit, my time, my dreams, my hopes, my ideas, my sleep, my thoughts, every matter in my being that made up me.

Though as lovely as it was, I learned more than the joys of life. I felt pain, a type I never experienced at the time, but it was necessary for me in order to grow. I felt deep anger and hatred that was misguided. I felt cold. I felt as if I was nothing. I drifted from myself. I felt what it was like to be cut off from that love, that embodiment of what appeared to be two souls together. Although at the time, that was what I thought. For I never can be completely cut off from you, and you never left.

I was eventually able to rise from all of that. I took what was me, that I wanted to keep, and parts of you. I needed to leave room for me to continue changing and growing. It was a requisite in order for me evolve, not as a better me, but the person who I am today and meant to become. I was able to look back and feel slight embarrassment and light heartedly laugh at myself of who I was. To discover why I did things, and why I no longer do. To understand that the appearance of maturity was a facade of a child playing adult, and that the total acceptance of my nature was all I needed to desire and acquire. You gave me those tools, and I overlooked them as a mere side effects of being in love. But from that I learned, if you were able to love me entirely, then surely I can too. 

If i can recover from that, I have changed from a simple and basic form of a human being, but to a complex creature. I can truly appreciate and understand what I have, Yes I can love fully but do it correctly and not carelessly. Know when to be foolish and what not to be foolish with. Love more, knowing I don’t have a limit. Because I was able to go beyond the original limit I thought I had before you. And I thank you for that. 

You said to me, “I choose to remember the positive. we were a good team, while we had it." And we were. We complemented each other quite nicely. At the time. When we were young and learning. I mean I still am to this day. I was 14 when us began. But our time was done, we had crossed each others lives meant to meet but not for long. You gave me the support, the shove, the next step to move on to what life intended for me to see. 

We are now different people from who were 6 years ago. Though I can see the parts of you from back then, that have become you entirely today. It was the you, you always wanted to be, but couldn’t see or was blocked from. The same with me. I am still learning and changing. I know that the current us, the people we were to become would no longer work together. We have to many differences, and we would compare us to who we were and our relationship was. We would grow apart, because we changed and evolved from that. We would feel contained and restrained and furious at each other, because we didn’t allow us to venture out farther then what we had. Because we thought all we had was the high point of our lives. 

I’m glad that we parted ways, I have no resentment. I am glad because of how much we were able to change each other lives through it and able to continue even more today. We helped each other to become who we are as an individual in this vast universe, and also lead us to the one we were meant for in this life. And I think he thanks you for that.

Though as far as we go, you will always be a part of me. You will always be the guy who messed up my mile run in PE, because you surprised me with a guitar and bouquet asking me to be your valentine with a song you wrote. You will always be the one who told me the word ban in spanish is like the word bbang in korean. You will always be the only one to ever call me Chonda Eep. You will always be the one who showed me more music and took me to my first concert, and a screamo one. You will be the reason I know about Salvadorian food. You are the cause of why I always feel slightly self conscious of my writing. You are the origin of my natural reaction to people is to say “Stupid!”  You will be my first true best friend. You will always be my first love. 

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