Draw Something…that’s not a stick figure

Draw Something…that’s not a stick figure

In case you haven’t caught on, the #1 most popular game on the iTunes App Store right now is called Draw Something. In essence it’s an adaptation of the party game Pictionary, which makes it a very simple game, but it’s so damn addicting! In fact, it’s become soooo popular that the online gaming company giant Zynga acquired OMGPOP, the maker of ┬áthis app.

While my drawings don’t go anywhere as extreme as these masterpieces, I think my drawings are worth sharing to the world. So, here they are!

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Thoughts on ABC’s Once Upon A Time

Our friend told us about this TV series called Once Upon A Time, which revolved around fairy tale characters. And since I LOVE fairy tales, I couldn’t resist and began to watch it.

The premise of the story is that the Snow White‘s stepmother, the Evil Queen, cast a curse on all the fairytale characters and trapped them in modern time in Storybrooke, Maine, lost all memory of the past, unable to leave, and ultimately unable to find their Happily Ever After. The only one who can save them is Snow White and Prince Charming‘s daughter, Emma, who was sent to safety in modern time and escaped the curse. Continue reading “Thoughts on ABC’s Once Upon A Time”

Goguma Love

I wasn’t really riding on the whole Korean wave thing. That is – until I watched this drama called You’re Beautiful. It was there that I fell in love with the subtle, sensitive, mature, thoughtful, heart-aching character named Kang Shin Woo.

Actor Jung Yong Hwa as Kang Shin Woo in the Korean drama "You're Beautiful"

This has to be one of my favorite scenes in the drama. Just seeing this screencap draws out these mush of emotions out of me. *melts*

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Alan Menken does it again

Today, we watched Disney’s first CGI fairytale film, Rapunzel (or if you’re in the US, “Tangled“). This is actually the first film in a long while that I was really looking forward to seeing; if I missed this in the cinemas, I’m sure to regret it. Good thing that advanced bookings for movies is quite common in Singapore — and my sensibilities trumped my laziness. I will not let my 14++ SGD go to waste!

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