The Luckiest Girls in The World

*untuk Mateel, hihihihi, kok jadi terharu sih … ;p Dimulai dengan ‘oleh-oleh’ berupa sebatang pensil biru dengan hiasan bunga di atasnya. Nila memberikannya pada saya sepulangnya dari TheBodyShop. Dia bilang pensil itu dibagi-bagikan secara gratis. Saya langsung melonjak-lonjak kegirangan, meraut si pensil sampai runcing, dan tersenyum simpul tiap kali menggunakannya untuk menulis. Kemudian, pada suatu…

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+16178779897

Jam 9 pagi. Berlari pulang. Ada sesuatu yang membuat saya sedikit terburu-buru. Tangan kanan: satu pot lavender dan tanaman sirih-sirihan; tangan kiri: sebungkus soto mie dan berbagai macam gorengan. Ada sesuatu yang membuat saya sedikit tergesa meletakkan bungkusan-bungkusan tanpa dibereskan. Mengguyur telapak kaki yang panas dengan air dingin, kemudian berlari-lari ke kamar. Meraih telepon genggam–dan…

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Scrapblog, Scattered – Broken

I started to think that though I have been trying so damn hard to deny it, the fact remains the same: I love him as much as I hate him; the fact that these follies drive me mad and eat up my sanity bit by bit. And I wonder if I could ever call it…

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Naraism

So here we are again. In our one and only ‘cursing-session’: discussing about the same old crap over and over again. Laughing at those vivid images in our mind about how sweet revenge would be. Crossed my mind, that these stupid conversation will make us feel better. That is so wrong. We always ends up…

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Drat!

I’m just being cynical, but … there will come a day when you just have to face it all—whether you like it or not. Those past mistakes of yours, those sins awaiting to be redeemed, those regrets that had been haunting you for years… One day, the hottest club can no longer be your asylum;…

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A Reunion

The small world phenomenon (also known as the small world effect) is the hypothesis that everyone in the world can be reached through a short chain of social acquaintances. The concept gave rise to the famous phrase six degrees of separation* after a 1967 small world experiment by social psychologist Stanley Milgram; which suggested that…

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Question Everything

Those vivid images struck me. I was pinned into my seat; trembled, as I watched the fundamentalists destroyed an ethnic group as well as their precious historical site, in a country suffered from what seemed like never-ending crusades. The question popped out immediately in my mind: “Are we praying to the same God?” I don’t…

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An Endless Life-Traffic

A while back, everybody saw you as if you were a rock star of some sort. It seemed like you have everything a guy could ever wanted: popularity, fancy car, wealthy parents, handsome face, so-damn-cool attitude, the guts to rebel all kinds of rules, an amazing collection of hot chicks … the list was just…

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