The Daily Post | Descent
Anyone who came across this blog might have read about my crush on a guy at office. He used to have a girl friend before. His closed friend told me the reason they broke up. It was because his ex-girlfriend had a new guy while she was with him. They then broke up. However, she eventually stopped her relationship with another guy and went back to talk to be a friend with the guy I liked. And I just heard that they might be back to be an item. I don’t know the rumour will be true or not. I know only that I almost get over him. Right now, my special feeling for him has dropped to 10-20%. I believe that I will be better in time.
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A lively group discussion, an intimate tête-à-tête, an inner monologue — in your view, when it comes to a good conversation, what’s the ideal number of people?
I don’t mind many people in a group conversation. However, I think two people will effectively get to understand each other if they are willing to open up themselves. More than two people sometimes make someone nervous so they might not speak their mind. Somebody may be more comfortable to open their heart when there are only two person in discussion. No one will come between a couple when they hold their eyes and hearts for each other. In conclusion, my ideal number of people is two.
Picture you upon my knee
Just tea for two
And two for tea
Just me for you
And you for me alone
You’ve been given the ability to build a magical tunnel that will quickly and secretly connect your home with the location of your choice — anywhere on Earth. Where’s the other end of your tunnel?
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My city is well known for its heavy traffic jams during rush hours. That’s why I truly want the other end of my tunnel to be my office. Since I don’t have to wake up so early in the morning and I don’t have to spend too much time on roads. Also, I can go back to my home to have lunch, take a nap and travel back to the office. This magical tunnel would be my most favourite invention, I’m pretty sure of it.
The Texture of Haystack.
We often capture strangers in photos we take in public. Open your photo library, and stop at the first picture that features a person you don’t know. Now tell the story of that person.
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They came to this beach to play football together as they just finished their re-union party. They decided that they would like to recall their after-class activity when they were students. The beach wasn’t far from their old school so it was good for them to be there again.