now that's ambitious. did you start creating a language yet you can build a world around later? or are you more interested in the exploration of the art/science of language?
No, not that far. I don't think I'm into creating language since I don't like linguistics that much. I suppose I just want to know everything that can be known. The best way to that path for me is literature. I like to think about all the questions about the world and humans... so through literature I learn quite a lot about philosophy and psychology. Tolkien and Lewis did a great job in posing all these kind of questions in their works.
We still had history in science class, remember? We were supposed to have a geography class, but due to the lack of teacher, we got history instead. I still remember Mr.Day's face when he taught us in 11th grade. I even remember that he taught us about the Revolution in 1998. I don't remember about the 12th grade though.
Oh, right. RIGHT! But I have no memories of those days, guess I was sleepy or it was just that boring.
Originally Posted by yukihime03
Moving on is really not that easy. It's a good thing he is a calm and collected young man. Though when his face turns dark, he really is scary....
I just watched the part where the woman was wondering about how their co-worker doesn't realize that a girl was having a crush on him, and he only answered "I'm wondering too". (Ironic, isn't it? Of course she doesn't realize that he 's actually talking about her.) And then when he accompanies her buying a cell phone, the clerks mistake them as a couple and he had to keep denying. Later, when someone asks about them again, she just has to answer they'll be friend forever! #friendzoned Even when she sleeps, she sleep talks, calling his name (a moment of heartwarming) but then... continue telling what's good about the manager. So in her dreams, she talks to him about the manager. That must be really, really hurt.
I don't know how this happens, but I pity and laugh at him at the same time.
LOL what a fate. I wish that doesn't exist in real world.