Monday, April 14, 2014

1st Challenge - DAY 6

This one is a pain in the ass. So many memories to choose from!
But still, it's gotta be done.

A walk through memory lane.

1. When I was about 5 years old, I was walking our dog, Remu.
    He was usually a perfect gentleman, but that day he saw something fun
    and started to run all of a sudden, so I fell and both of my legs grinded against the ground.
    They were bleeding from my knees to my ankles and I was crying a lot
    while my mom and my dad bandaged me up. It had been raining a little that day
    and then the Sun came out and brought a very bright double rainbow with it.
    I finally stopped crying, so we all drove to the city to go get some ice cream.
    Even though I remember it being painful it's a really happy memory and I will cherish it forever.

2. At this point I was already in school, maybe in the first or second grade.
    In Finland we start school at the age of 7, so I must have been about 7-8.
    All my neighbours were boys and I was over at my best friends house,
    that was just at the end of the road. We were playing cops and robbers.
    I was tying to save one of the robbers from jail and was running towards
    him, but the police noticed me and I had to get to a safe spot, which was a tree
    in the middle of their yard. I ran and just got there in time and leaned my back against it
    to catch my breath and rest after the run. The tree was filled with ants.
    There were thousands of them on it and after just a few seconds there was
    hundreds of them crawling inside my shirt and on it! Ants bite, you know.
    So I started screaming and running around and finally when nothing helped I
    started to run home and just took my shirt off. And I had nothing under it.
    Topless and humiliated in front of my friends I ran home and cried like the little girl that I was.
    It was horrible then because I was so embarrassed, but now I find horror in the ants.
    I'm not big on bugs. I even hate butterflies.
    And while spiders are the absolute worst, I'm not a fan of ants either.

3. One of the best memories of my life is when I met my current best friend.
    She transferred to my school at 6th grade and every girl in the class was
    so critical about what she was wearing and how she didn't seem to give a fuck    
    about what they had to say about her. I liked her instantly.
    After the day was over we sat down together at the stairs of the school and
    while I waited for my mom to come pick me up we started talking.
    The conversation started with her asking me: "Do you like dogs?"
    You all should already know the answer to this one, and with it we instantly bonded.
    My mom offered her a ride home, because we found out she lived close.
    After that moment we spent almost every day together with out dogs, just running in the woods.
    Because back then kids used to actually go outside and not spend all
    their time inside playing video games. Ah, the good old days.

4. This is one of the funniest memories I have and it takes place when I was 16.
     My two cousins and me took a trip to my family's cottage.
     Obviously there was some drinking, playing cards, music and marshmallows!
     The night was epic and I still have the pictures to prove it.
     I think they will explain it better than I ever could. So here's a few of my favorite ones:

Using my cousin to keep my balance while nomming the absolute fuck out of a marshmallow.

We don't really have a clear memory of what was going on when this picture was taken.
I think I might secretly be a ninja.

I think we finally lost our balance.
She seems to be enjoying being on top.

5. The ultimate happiest memory of my life is when my dog Maxim was born.
    The litter of 9 was born 10.04.2011. And I was right there helping deliver the pups into this world.
    When I first saw Maxim I just knew that he was going to be the most important thing in my life.

So that was it for the 6th day! And I will see you all back here tomorrow for day seven.
I hope you enjoyed it and I wish you'd share some of your epic moments with me in the comments below!

© Anonymous92126

Sunday, April 13, 2014

1st Challenge - DAY 5

These are the 6 songs I love the most right now. Click the titles to listen to them on YouTube.
They're not in any particular order. They're all AMAZING songs from GREAT bands and artists.

John Legend - All of Me
His voice is just so perfect and the song is really good. He's an amazing artist.
When I first found this song I listened to it on repeat for hours.

Ed Sheeran - I See Fire from The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
This song is PURE PERFECTION. As is Sheeran's voice.
This song makes me cry, because I feel like everything that is good about
The LOTR and The Hobbit movies is just fused into this one song.
It's filled with so much emotion,  even my mom almost cried when listening to this song
and she doesn't even understand the language.

Tom Waits - Alice
I just love the picture this song paints into my mind, and that Tom colours with his voice.
This song is amazing and is sure to stay on my top 5 list for forever and ever.

Foo Fighters - I Should Have Known
Dave's voice is just so awesome. The music is amazing. And REAL.
This song is from the album Wasting Light that was recorded at Dave's house.
It sounds so good! And this song is obviously about his feelings about Kurt Cobain.

A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera - Say Something
This is such a beautiful song. And so sad.
People can relate to the lyrics in so many ways and the duetto sounds flawless.
This song always makes me sob like a little girl.

Queen - The Show Must Go On
I think me trying to explain why I love this song wouldn't do it any justice.
It doesn't require an explanation.

Comment if you love/hate any of these songs
and if you have a band or an artist in mind, that you think I would like,
link it below and I will check them out!

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Exclusivity remains

So I decided to start blogging in Tumbrl as well.
Because I really like to use it and I enjoy the way the community works.

Don't worry, I will still keep posting here, the same as always.
But from here on out both Twitter and Tumblr will have some extra content!

That's not all though, I will still keep the challenge posts right here in Blogger,
so this page too will get to keep some of it's exclusivity.

The page turned out great and it will definitely get my articles more views,
so it's only a good thing.

Go check it out  here  and tell me what you think!
If you haven't joined the community yet, it's about time you did.
Also remember that you can follow @Anonymous92126 on Twitter.

PS. We're closing in on 1000 CHERRIES POPPED!!!
Share, like, tweet and continue to send me topics and challenges.
I promise to do something extra special for the BIG THOUSAND!

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Saturday, April 12, 2014

1st Challenge - DAY 4

                                        My 7 sins are probably all the deadly sins.

Pride • I am proud every now and then, about the things that i'm good at,
              or my friends, family.. my dog. Okay so I definitely am a very proud person.

Envy • I sometimes envy people that post food-pics on Facebook etc.
              I get hungry when I look at food.

Gluttony • I can definitely reach gluttony with food and tv shows.
                       I can eat all the time and when I start watching a show there is no stopping it!

Lust • I don't really see this as a sin, but if it is then we should all just admit lusting after things.

Anger • When I see people abusing animals I go NINJA-PIRATE-BERSERKER
                on their ass, or on the nearest object that I can punch.. or cry against/yell at.

Greed • Again, food. I can't have enough of it. I think I might be addicted.. I can't live without food.

Sloth • Oh, I am just super lazy. And I love sleeping. During the winter I nap.. then nap some more..                              And when I wake up and after my dog forces me to go for a walk.. I nap some more.
               I usually use all my clean dishes ( and then something else, like baking paper as plates...)
               until I finally have no choice but to wash them.

So these are my 7 DEADLY sins.
Can you identify any of them in yourself? Comment below!
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Bro or No?

Hi guys, how's it hanging?

So lately I've been doing some research
on how to know if a guy is into you or not.

Besides the obvious stalking and  Hey  I'm  totally  into  you
how do we know?

Guys always say us females are so damn complicated,
but I think it goes both ways.

To us girls you guys are these very mysterious creatures
and there is so much that we just don't understand.

Like for an example:

I have loads of guy friends. I'm just more comfortable around them,
because I don't have to hold my tongue and pretend that I'm not a sick twisted fuck. Because I am.
And you seem to be down with that.
Guys also really love food. Like, a lot. Not more than me though.

So I hang out with my friends pretty often.
I just randomly invite people over to watch a movie and eat.
Then listen to some music and explore the fascinating world of YouTube.

BUT I have heard this following statement plenty of times and I just don't know
what to think anymore, because it would totally screw things up for me.

So, I have been told by several people, guys mostly,
that if a guy goes alone to a girls house to watch a movie and hangout, he's into her.
Like, there is NO doubt about it.

They're saying that guys will always hangout with guys, if they have to choose between friends.
Bros before hoes. And that if a guy comes over to watch  movie with me, they probably wanna fuck me.


This would mean 80% of my friends wanna get down and dirty with me.
I don't know if I'm fine with that. See, I would like to think that I'm just fun.
Good company. Entertaining. I would like to think I can be just one of the guys.

And sure, sometimes they make a move. But that's pretty rare.
Mostly we just chill and they leave and say good night.

When I'm with these people I can let my guard down and be who I am.
But what are they actually thinking? Are they just there to get some?

This has really become a problem for me.
And just to clear things up a bit, I would like to add,
that I'm only talking about my single male friends that I know to be straight.

I have a lot of guy friends that are in a relationship and for them it just must be nice
to be around a girl you can share some of your relationship stuff with and maybe
get some advise on women. Or do guys rather do that with guys too?


Can't it just be platonic?

Guys I really need you to come clean and share your point of view.
If you're single and you go to a girls house to catch a movie
and maybe eat some junk food, listen to music or whateverthefuckyoudo,
do you always think it might lead to something more than just a chillout-session?
Help a girl out and tell me what your thoughts are on this subject!
And girls, give a shout in the comment box below if you too find guys very complicated.

PS. We're finally over 800 cherries popped!!!
      Thank you everyone, this is so great!

Comment below.
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Friday, April 11, 2014

1st Challenge - DAY 3

1. Spiders
    There is nothing in this world I hate more than spiders.
    Sure it would be good to say WAR or someshit, but this is the truth.

2. Movies about spiders
    They just freak me out. I can't deal with spiders.

3. Needles
    It's something about losing control when someone sticks a FATSHARPNEEDLE in you.
    If they snap they can shove it as deep as they want. Like.. into the bone.

4. Gin
     Tastes so bad. Instant gag reflex.

5. Doing the dishes
    I hate getting gooey stuff on my fingers..
    And I hate wearing rubber gloves, because then my hands smell like puke after.

6. Commercials
    They take sooooo long. That's why I don't have a TV. I just watch everything online.

7. Snow
    It's cold and wet and it just makes me uncomfortable.

    And when it snows really heavily that shit gets all over my glasses and I can't see a fucking thing.

8. Rain
    It's cold and wet.. and it messes with my hair. Bitch.

Okay guys, comment below and tell me what things you hate the most!
This was day 3/10 so there's still more to come, stay tuned!

© Anonymous92126

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Love is in the air

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1st Challenge - DAY 2

1. Food!
    Because.. food. I'm always hungry. Seriously. I could eat all day long.

2. Sex!
    I don't think I need to give you any reasons. Orgasms.

3. Music!
    If you're in a shitty mood, just listen to a happy song! It'll all be okay.

4. Movies!
    Because it's nice into go to a whole other world and experience a romance or a world ending,
    without actually having to be there.

5. Potato chips!
    Sour Cream & (add something good) all the way. So addicting.

6. Gaming!
    With a PC of course. Finally I can be the kind of a warrior I've always wanted to be and do all this
    stuff in a fantasy world filled with dragons and shit. Fuck yeah.

7. Watching disturbing videos on YouTube!
    Classics like Salad Fingers, Happy Tree Friends, Rejected, Little Baby's Ice Cream
    and Don't Hug Me I'm Scared. Creepy but fun.

8. Junk food!
    Junk food is good any day, but you should only eat it every once in a while.
    NOT because it's not unhealthy, but because you get used to it and it won't be SO GOOD anymore.

9. Chocolate!
    I have lady parts and a lady needs chocolate.

I don't like any of these things better than the others, the order just depends on the day.
If you haven't seen some of these videos, check out the links on part 7.
Cya tomorrow with DAY 3!

© Anonymous92126

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Love letter

                                         Remember to suggest new topics and send me new challenges!
                                                   I will try to make every single one of them happen.

                                                          This blog wouldn't exist without you guys. ♥
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1st Challenge - DAY 1

My dear readers, thank you for sending me a couple of challenges over the past weeks!
I've decided to start the first one tonight.
As you can see, the challenge looks much nicer in sexclusive-colours and with some boobage.
We can finally have some sexy visuals. Hope you like 'em!

So lets see, 10 facts about myself? Oh boy.

1. I laugh VERY loudly. Some people love it and others absolutely hate it.
    It's something I can't control, no matter how hard I try.
2. English isn't my first language. Shocking, I know.
3. I use my coffee maker for tea. I can easily drink like 10-15 cups of tea per day.
4. I'm a gamer. Seriously. Go ahead, ask me what I play.
5. I love poetry! I write and read it often. I'm even thinking about getting them published.
6. I have a dog, his name is Maxim. I've had him since he was born. ♥
7. I'm a smoker.
8. My zodiac sign is Gemini. For those to whom it matters.
9. I don't have a penis.
10. I've been offered a career in porn, but I declined.

I hope you found some of these 10 facts interesting, but there is a good chance that you didn't,
so if you have any questions for me, just comment on any of these challenge posts
and I promise to answer them at the chall-ending post 9 days from now!

© Anonymous92126

Monday, April 7, 2014

Dating 101

Lets be honest, dating is messy.
It's AWKWARD and filled with false pretenses.
People trying to make themselves desirable and
others fighting to be themselves and being let down over and over again.

When you add certain different expectations and rules about dating,
how are we ever supposed to make it happen?

Don't get me wrong, people don't always want to fall in love.
Dating can be fun and casual. In the best way.
You might even make good and lasting friendships out of dates gone wrong.
But don't we all wish to find someone to share our lives with? Eventually.

I love being single. Free.
After being in a long relationship, that's all you want.
To re-invent yourself and find new things.

But there's always this little hint of loneliness
after you watch a late night movie and go to bed alone.
I don't know about you, but I can't seem to shake it off.
And I'm definitely not a relationship person.
Right now I'm not even looking around to see if there's anyone out there for me.
But I do have that itch to be noticed by someone - to really be seen.

And I have a secret to share. I've never really been on a date.
Like, what I'd count as a DATE.
Sure I've had coffee, even a bite to eat.
And randomly invited people over for a chill-sesh and watched plenty of movies.
When does it become a date though? I have no clue.

And then there's the things you expect from a date,
that might not match what the other person has in mind.
Like, should people have sex on the first date?
OR will it just screw up the whole dating aspect of the relationship?
Can a lunch count as a date OR does it have to be dinner?

How the fuck are we supposed to know what to think?
Are we just gonna have to be more clear when we ask people out?

"Hey wanna go see a movie sometime? Oh, and it would be a DATE."
As if asking people out wouldn't be uncomfortable enough already.

I decided it's time to ask the audience what they think about this.
And see if gender makes any difference.
I asked people to answer 7 profound questions about dating.
Also, I simplified the answers a bit and fused together the similar ones.

Describe the perfect first date?

• A nice dinner, but in an imaginative setting, something that makes it unique.
• Not awkward? Maybe doing something together, that either one hasn't done yet.
• The man should pick me up and take me for a surprise date. There should always be food. 
• Having dinner and going for drinks after, then maybe a nice walk before heading home.

• Just walking around the city, maybe a park, looking at things and talking without a hurry.
• Going to a quiet place where you can relax,
   maybe opening a nice bottle of wine and putting on some music.
   Then just talking and getting to know each other without distractions.
• Tandem-parachuting or something else that's not so mainstream.
• I like traditional dates, candle light dinners and such.

Who pays for the date?

• I think people should split the bill.
• The one who asks the other out, should pay the bill.

• People should discuss it before the date takes place to avoid any confusion.
• 50/50 unless the other person forgets their wallet or something,
• The man always pays. Unless it's the woman who asked the guy out,
   then you can split the bill. A man always wants to pay for their own share.

What time would you like the date to start and does the day of the week matter?

• From Thu-Sun and late afternoon or evening.
  The beginning of the week is always too stressful for a date.
• During the week dates should start earlier
   but during the weekends they can start as late as 10 pm.
• Six-ish? And preferably during the weekend.

• During the week dates should start at 3-4 pm and during the weekend at about 6 pm. 
• The timing doesn't really matter to me, but it would be good to have the next day off
   so you can enjoy the evening without thinking about the next day
   or worry where you're going to wake up.
• Day of the week doesn't matter and 5-6 pm would be optimal.

How soon after a break-up it is civil to start dating?

• Break-ups take time, so I would wait at least a couple of weeks to get back on the saddle.
• Longer relationships take more time to forget than short ones, even months.
• You should discuss it with your ex and mutual friends if you have doubts.

• I think this varies for everyone, there is no rule to follow here.
• No permission is needed after the break-up.
   I evaluate the situation based on how long the relationship was and was the breakup hard.
  You shouldn't rub their nose in it for a while after things end badly.
• After a long relationship you should learn to be alone first.
• Right away.

Would you have sex on the first date 

and would it affect the possibility of a second date?

• I wouldn't have sex on a good first date, it might screw things up.
• I wouldn't have sex on the first date, I want to get to know the person first.
• If the chemistry was there and the sex was good,
   it wouldn't affect the possibility of a second date.
   But if the sex was bad, I might not go on a second date with him.

• I wouldn't mind it. And if you want to make sure you see them again,
   you can always leave something behind.
• I don't limit myself with boundaries made from thin air
   and if I like the girl, there is always a chance for a second date, with or without sex.
   But if the sex was good, it would make me more eager to see them again.
• I might, if the sexual tension was really strong, if not, I would wait until I knew her better.
   Sex if usually a little awkward at first
   and will get better with time and when you know what the other person is like.
   It wouldn't affect the possibility of another date.
• Only if I had known her for a longer period of time already.

Can people express their lack of interest for a second date during the first one?

• There's no need to say anything.
• You can hint it, but I wouldn't want anyone to say it straight to my face,
   especially if I would have had a good time.
• Yes, you can be honest about your feelings, but I wouldn't end a date prematurely.
   You should also try be polite.

• After the date it's good to be honest about your feelings,
   but I think you should always see the date through.
• YES. Giving people false hope is cowardly.
   I'm honest about my feelings and I'd like people to extend the courtesy.
• Yes, but people should always be considerate of the other persons feelings.

What would be the worst location for a first date?

• Church.
• Any occasion that has either person's family members there.
 Sport events.
 A movie theater.

• A funeral.
 Any place that doesn't have date-potential. It should be romantic.
• An expensive and fancy restaurant filled with people competing for money and fame.
   The date just can't go well if people have to have a certain role on from the beginning. 
• A bar or a movie theater.

That was it for the Q&A part of this post.
I think it's interesting that men had more variety than women!
But there was nothing too surprising in the answers.
Here's some conclusions that I made while listening to what these people had to say
and reading their answers:

1.  People mostly expect the first date to be inventive.
     They want the other person to put time in planning the event.
     Almost everyone seems to be bored of the basic "movie and dinner" setting.

2.  Women are surprisingly willing to pay for the whole date,
     if it was them who asked the guy out.
     Men would like to either split the bill or pay for the whole thing,
     maybe it's emasculating to let the woman pay?

3.  Some people are too busy during the week,
     but during the weekend the perfect time to start a date would be 5-6 pm.
     People want their dates to take time to get to know them.

4.  People that come out of long relationships are expected to take some time off,
     but if you only dated for a couple of weeks, feel free to jump right back in there!

5.  Most women wouldn't have sex on the first date.
     But the ones, that are willing to do the deed and dirty the sheets,
     say that the performance will have an effect, bad sex can put a woman off for good.
     Men are more forgiving and also more willing to have sex on the first date.
     I can't say I'm surprised.

6.  Most women wouldn't want to say anything or know if the date was a complete bust.
     Men on the other hand are very eager to share their feelings.
     Usually it's the complete opposite,
     so maybe this has something to do with clingy-psycho-ex-girlfriends?

7.  A first date should never take place in: a sports bar, a club, a funeral
     or any other kind of church activity, your mother's house or a movie theater.

And while there is no denying that we're all individuals with different needs, we should now be able to avoid some first date mistakes, plan a perfect date that starts at approximately 5:30 pm and split the bill without a fuss.

Now go out there and have a good time!
Let me know if you found anything surprising
and share your own thoughts about dating in the comments section below.

© Anonymous92126