Sunday, September 19, 2010
Yeah the last one in the franchise is going to come and after trailers and so much information i am positive that it will be a great way to end the series. Like Rotti Largo this series will go out in a bang. More deaths, more traps. They really should have gave it a similar length to Saw III though. And i hope in all this massacre when it's going down that it still stays true to the story and doesnt overrate its traps and has not much more to it. I still need to find the best way to get to London for the opening weekend so i can see it for premiere for the first time, since its the last one in the series.
Saturday, September 18, 2010
It was my first relationship over a long time aka over 3.5 months and with a real intimate life. I don't regret what i did, i dont even regret having a long range relationship, actually it is awesome aslong you can trust the other one and you dont have the feeling to visit the other one every day. a bit of distance isnt bad at all. But when you feel like the other person is using the space they have to betray you then the fun is over. i never had a proof and i never can be asured what exactly happened, but trust cant be just wished back out of nowhere so i will cope with what i think, what happened. I'm not even angry at her or myself, like it happened it just happened. i don't even regret paying the money for this long trip, because in the end everything happened gave me experiences in relationships and in trust, although i fall for this false trust again. Every journey needs to have an end and it's time to let go, so i can just cope with it and surely will find someone else where maybe this new experience will help at the end.
Its already a few weeks ago and i think its time to not only try to forget about some things but to face them. I was over 5 weeks in asia and i experienced so much i did never experience before in that amount of time. i learnd that a lot of things she does, she did because of her culture and not because she was unfriendly which i thought in germany when she did it. On another note i was considered to be unfriendly there because I was not used to there habits, like she wasnt to germany's. One thing i experienced was that "everyone in asia smileys always" is a lie, also it is a lie that its unfriendly to eat everything from your plate, but people always put things on your plate. things are cheap in singapore and for litte things you may get a huge punishment (ex. 1000 dollars for driving bicycle on some walkways), but i felt its more words then actually things done by the police. its a tourist magnet, shirts with such stuff but nothing more. In singapore you have a high reputation as a european, especially as a german, often you are looked at when you are the only caucasian, specially children look at you because its something new for them but otherwise you are really welcome. Also people try to be friendly and try to speak english with you, not like in germany where every shop is angry when you dont speak german. People in singapore seem to be more direct, whether they want to help you in translation things or are angry at you and tell you that. Its kind of strange in the beginning when people tell you thatthey feel like you are unfriendly, but you get used to it and apprechiate critism, thats mostly because of cultural differences anyway. the weather is overkill though. most of the people never saw snow before and have only one season. 25 degrees may seems ok, but with 90 percent humidity its really nervwrecking. i still have the feeling that when i was sweating that much was one of the reasons she left me from the beginning, but i may be wrong. One day at the waterpark i was completally white because of sunlotion twice and still got my second sunburn there. i am just not made for the tropical climate i think. Maybe Agbar wasnt either, which is why he committed suicide in my coke. its really sad that my chinese has no improvement here and noone has interest in me learning it anymore, because there i learnd alot and i really wish i could improve it for my future.