The Most Annoying Things in the World

You. You annoy me.

Now that I’ve gotten that out of the way, let’s introduce this list. This is to commemorate all of the little things that annoy you everyday. We’re all familiar with the bigger things that can annoy us, but do we really stop and try to identify what small things can drive us so high up the wall that we leave footprints on the ceiling? Well, here’s my attempt to do just that.

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Rurouni Kenshin: A Review of the Live-Action Movie

This is it. The movie that anime fans have been waiting for since it was announced that Warner Bros was working with Japanese filmmakers to bring the beloved show to the big screen. The live-action Rurouni Kenshin movie is finally showing in the Philippines.

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Unusual Date Ideas Your Partner’s Gonna Love

I’ve made it my life mission (or, at the very least, something to do on the weekends) to look for things that other people can do to make their boring lives marginally less tedious. In my search, I’ve made lists of things you can do when you’re bored at home, as well as tips on how to be annoying when you have the time.

This post, however, is more for the romantically-inclined. So here’s the scenario: you’re sitting on the couch with the girl you’re interested in, watching re-runs of Doctor Who (if you may be so lucky) or FRIENDS. You don’t know what to do, and your girl is obviously bored. That’s where it starts. One day, it’s boredom, the next, your girlfriend’s gonna be saying that the ‘spark’ is gone from your relationship. We wouldn’t want that now, would we?

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Why You Should Read Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman.

If you’re a fan of anything out of this world–whether this means books, graphic novels, movies, or TV shows–I’m pretty sure you’ve heard of Neil Gaiman. He’s a very prolific artist, and I say artist because he isn’t just a writer in the strictest sense of the term. Sure, most of the things he does can be considered writing, but normally a writer would have a specific field–it could be screenwriting, writing for graphic novels, or full-length novels. Neil Gaiman has done ’em all, and then some.

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