Spilled Water On Keyboard!

I’ve spilled water on my laptop and the keys work in an impractical way, but everything else is alright.

I’m getting a cheap USB keyboard tomorrow and then resume writing!


I’m such a clutz!!



A short message from your friendly neighbourhood Spider Man

If you like it, comment on it!

And if you don’t like it, comment on it anyways!

Comments keep my posts flowing and man are they scarce!

I don’t mean to say that everyone should read my posts but I would like it if those who did actually left their mark.

Please take your time to comment so that I can get something back for what I’ve given you, whether it’s sadness, joy, anger or anything in between or out of the ordinary.

“A writer without feedback isn’t much of a writer after all.” – The Martian Oddity

Cream cheese weirdos

One morning I was eating my cream cheese, on a slice of bread, as usual. Then I decided to look at the package which it came in and what I saw really surprised me.

The person who had put the cream cheese on the slice had done it in a very beautiful way. First it was the slice, then a leaf of lettuce, then cream cheese, some herbal greenie thingy and a slice of a radish…


Wait, what the hell?!


Who puts the cream cheese on the lettuce instead of directly on the bread?

What kind of freaks are there who walk round among us and who are capable of doing such a strange and far out despicable thing like this?


This is an abomination!

Listening and hearing

“Hearing is a physical ability while listening is a skill. Listening skills allow one to make sense of and understand what another person is saying. In other words, listening skills allow you to understand what someone is “talking about”. – About.com

Recently I’ve noticed a trend of people thinking that they’re listening (or reading) when they’re just hearing (or seeing) what you’ve said (or written).

Since the Internet launched people have started to communicate socially even more but in exchange they’ve lost their listening and reading skills.

Next time you speak to a person or read a text, ask yourself whether or not you’re actually processing what’s being said or written.