The Daily Puppy

Wednesday, 31 August 2011

OH MY GAWD

I can't believe it. I read a spoiler. WHEN I SAID I WOULD BE CLEAN ;-; why? WHY MUST THE WORLD DO THIS TO ME????!!!!!!!


*crumples to floor*

Thursday, 25 August 2011

Collation of blogs

Hi guys! If you can join in my movement, please repost the post below on your blog, or you can write your own message under the same theme. Just post your links in the comments section below.

Dear Iris' parents....

Hello! This is Blood Butterflies here, also known by my given name, Tessa. I'm writing this letter because I don't think it's fair to take Iris away from all her friends. I have changed the glum situation for my other friend, Kallista, and I will change it for Iris.

I feel that Iris' situation is a lot less trivial than a mere banning from the internet. I feel that as parents, yes, you want what's best for your child, and yes, you want her to grow up the right way, but I have been there. I have seen for my own eyes, how the adverse effects look like. And trust me, it isn't pretty.

Don't cut off the things that Iris clings to. She needs the love and support. I will always, always be there for your daughter. I will always support her in whatever she does. And if she makes a mistake, in my moral judgement, I will do my best to correct it. This is surely the kind of daughter that you want. I'm telling you, sending her away from the things she loves, yes, it will make her mature, but she will pass into maturity painfully. Maturity is something that is integrated. It takes time to process it. And it takes people who love her and know her to groom her. To mature her. This is what I believe in and this is what I want for Iris.

I understand that you have monetary problems in Dubai. Don't blame your daughter for telling me. I forced it out of her. I understand that the Indian economy will help you to assume a higher economic status. But please, as I have understood you, please understand us. All of us. All of us on the blog. We want Iris to stay. We want Iris to be with us. Without her presence, the blog will just not be the same. We treasure each and everyone of our friends. The blog is never the same without any of us missing. No matter how long you have been on the blog, we will treasure each and everyone of us like anybody would treasure the precious seconds of their life.

I also know things that you don't think I know. I know about what happened at your marriage. I know her reluctance to go to India. I understand each and every aspect of this and I've taken my own perspective to all this. Please, let her stay. Or at least, please, don't make her go to a hostel. Not that I'm demoting hostels or anything, but I have heard that this hostel is very strict, and that there are only two days off in a year. Even if you make her go to the hostel, please, please, please let her come home during those two days. Let her have her connections with the outside world. She needs this connection to actually be successful in life. Although grades mean alot in this current world, connections matter as much. I'm sure that there are many other good schools in India that give her an all rounded education. I am sure that if you make the right decision, your daughter will grow up to be the perfect one ANY parent would want.

I hope that you take the things I have said to mind. I hope that you will change her situation. I made a promise, and I am never one to break a promise. I vowed that I will change her situation, or else die in debt. I am her supporter. Only you can change her situation. We all beg that you do.

Thank you, and yours sincerely,
Blood Butterflies

Tuesday, 23 August 2011

SCARLET SCARLET SCARLET

SCARLET! IT'S YOUR BIRTHDAY!

SCARLET! IT'S YOUR BIRTHDAY! A VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

*glomps*

Sunday, 21 August 2011

I am so sorry guys.

MY STUPID PARENTS. I KNOW I SHOULDN'T GO ON A RANT ABOUT THIS BUT STILL. ARGH. I SO HATE THEM SOMETIMES.

*calms down*

I'm not sure how long this luxury will last, but as long as it does, I'm happy. My father banned me from posting new posts until I told him I had things to do for school, which is true. So I'm enjoying this while it lasts.

Oh, and just to mention, he blocked my facebook too.

I hate him.

On a brighter note, DEREK SAID HI TO MEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 I HOPE HE'S ONLINE. OH GOD, OH GOD.

That's all for now.

Wednesday, 10 August 2011

LALALALALA

Okay this is gonna be a real weird post.

Firstly, I want to solve this problem of wanting to tell you guys this dream of mine, which is really, very weird.
Okay, last night I dreamt what every fan of the triple G would dream of: that he came to my house just to sign my books. I'm not sure if this is really probable, but heck, my younger brother and I were talking about it all day. So yeap, he came to my house, and I think the dream went something like this:

I was awakened presumably in the morning by my younger brother, "Jie! (this means big sister is chinese) Jie! Derek's downstairs right now!"

Obviously this kind of news is like WOAH, so I sat up and said, "Really?"

My parents' laughter drifted up from downstairs. "You're an interesting author, Mr Landy," I heard my dad say. As if he would say that, really.

"I got the inkling about, what, 6 years ago? I didn't know what it would mean," A deep voice with an Irish accent answered.

"OH MY GOD." I was saying.

"Why don't you go sight-seeing first? I don't think my daughter is going to get up soon."

I could smell wine, which was weird. "I don't think I would. I'm here because your daughter posts on my blog. Your son, too. I would really like to meet them. I've read your son's spin-off from mine, and I've read your daughter's poems. They are, to say the least, very original."

I couldn't move, but in the next instant I had showered and changed into my jeans. I practically flew down the stairs, which, in retrospect, is really dangerous, but heck, when the triple G comes to your house, you wouldn't care, right? So I flew down the stairs and I glomped him.

*is clearly embarrassed*

I'm not sure why I did that, but I think I was just so excited. Nevermind. Back to the dream.

I didn't know how he got my address, since I never divulge that info to anyone, but still. I think at that point I woke up, and I could remember the dream, but you don't want that kind of thing to run away. So I fell asleep again. I think after that he signed our books and things and gave us SP merchandise for free (WOW) and I asked him for his handphone number and email.

Oh god. I must have been delirious.

At that point my brain decided to be really mean to me, so it sent me to get a piece of paper and when I came back, I saw a car that wasn't there before drive away. I assumed it was Derek because my mom said it was,(typical) and I ran after it.

Oh god. I'm really crazy.

In any case I lost track of the car and my dad woke me up just then. I swear to God, my dreams never have happy endings.


*is quiet for a while*

I've been coming up with more poems and OCs and excerpts of their lives, and Yesh! I have finished Blood Butterflies OC version 2.0. I will post it on Bio-Rama (http://www.thespotforbios.blogspot.com/) after I post this.

I'm really hoping that Derek comes to Singapore, because honestly it would be the chance of a lifetime to meet him in person. Oh gosh, we're just a little red dot. And as far as I know, there will be 5 fans in Singapore by September end, three of which live in the damned same house.


Hell yeah.

Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Pizza!

Ingredients needed:
1) Bread flour
2) Plain flour
3) One bottle olive oil
4) One quater capsicum
5) Half a tomato
6) 1 quater white/yellow onion
7) Cheese. This depends on how cheesy you want the pizza to be.
8) Chicken breast
9) Fresh button mushrooms. The white-brown ones.
10) Tomato puree or pasta sauce. Whatever you call it.
11) Pineapples :)

Instructions:

1) Preheat the oven to 180 degrees celcius.
2) While the oven is heating up, make the dough.
          - Take 150 grams of bread flour and put it into a mixing bowl.
          - Take 2 pinches of salt and put it into the flour.
          - Make a hole in the bottommost point of the flour
          - Get a measuring jug and put one rounded teaspoonful of instant yeast (the powder one) into it.
          - Take a half a teaspoon full of sugar and put it into the measuring jug.
          - Get 90 millilitres of warm water (the one heated in the water heater) and pour it into the measuring jug.
          - Stir well.
          - Pour the mixture into the the hole which you had made in the flour just now.
          - Stir the flour.
          - If it is not wet enough, pour 10 millilitres of water into the flour. Repeat till wet enough.
          - Use the plain flour to flour the table and your hands.
          - Knead the dough until smooth.
          - Push the dough's edges downwards and inwards, until it looks like a roll. Bun. Thing.
          - Put the dough into the mixing bowl.
          - Wet a cloth.
          - Cover the bowl with the cloth and place it just outside the oven. The oven has to be open. Leave it there for 10 minutes.
4) While the you're waiting, you might want to cut the vegetables and other things. Cut the veggies into long, thin strips, the mushrooms into slightly bigger strips, cut the pineapples into the shape that you find them on regular pizzas and shredd the chicken breast. Use a teaspoonful of tomato puree or pasta sauce to marinate the chicken.
5) When ten minutes have passed, take the dough from the oven. It should have risen already.
6) Beat the dough back into its original shape, and cut the dough into how many pizzas you want to make. This much dough does two pizzas.
7) Grease the pizza pans with the olive oil.
8) Use the heel of your palm to flatten the dough. Pull at the edges a bit and put it into the pizza pan.
9) Flatten the dough at the thick parts.
10) Use your thumb to push the edges to the edges of the pizza pan.
11) Once the pizza pan has been covered, use a floured fork to poke holes all over the pizza.
12) Do the same with the other piece of dough. Don't forget to flour the table and your hands.
13) Pop the pizza crusts into the oven which has remained turned on. Wait for ten minutes.
14) If you haven't finished cutting your toppings, now might be a good time to finish cutting them.
15) After ten minutes, take the pizza pans out and test whether they are hard. To do this, poke them with your finger. The correctly cooked pizza crust will be only very slightly brown.
16) Take the remainder of tomato puree or pasta sauce and top the pizza crusts.
17) Put the chicken ont op of the tomato puree. Or pasta sauce. Whatever.
18) Arrange the toppings in whatever way you want.
19) To get the pizza hut stringy effect, put the cheese in between layers, but leave the bulk for the top.
20) When it is finished, pop the pizzas back into the oven for another 10 minutes.
21) When the pizzas are done, the cheese would have melted and the edges would be brown. If you want it more well cooked, leave it in the oven for another 2-3 minutes.
22) And finally, you're done! Use the pizza cutter or a cleaver to cut the pizza. When using the cleaver, don't use a sawing action. Place the sharp end of the cleaver on the pizza and use the heel of your palm to him it down.

Enjoy :)

Tuesday, 2 August 2011

New blog

Hi guys! Just so you know, I've created a blog (it's supposed to be for school) but you can trace my diet there too :) It might be dead after I'm done with the assessment, so... maybe you wouldn't want to follow it.








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