Conversation Between Yue Han and Homeskulled Kid
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  1. Homeskulled Kid
    March 11th, 2019 1:54 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    Yeah, I mainly avoid it because I don't want to put on weight. 'Cause I've got terrible joints and a bad back, so there's not a whole lot of exercise going on at the moment.

    Ahh, hot weather! It does make getting up a lot easier, doesn't it? And it's generally so much more fun. Winter-time is cramps, chilblains and a perpetually damp pillow. It's horrible. Best part about it is the freedom to have as many showers as you want...! Just so as long as the drain isn't clogged up from all the rain. But this year I'm going to go do exercise in the drizzle, no fear. Friggin' weather! Friggin' spine! Don't even get me started on my knees.

    Normal lives are bollocks. If you don't start a band, kiss a dog, get thrown out of rehab, accidentally marry your enemy, become a martial arts master and then go live in the Northern Circle after touring Africa and doing philanthropy, it isn't even worth dealing with. Offices should never come into it, nor lawns.

    ... and I'm trying to write a monologue for an upcoming competition but they are not my strong suit. 'Cause they shouldn't be too fancy, right? Or should they? Well, I wouldn't want to overwhelm the poor actor if I do win, with flowery yards of wordy, profound garbage.
  2. Yue Han
    March 11th, 2019 1:17 AM
    Yue Han
    I'm quite fond of junk food but I have the metabolism to handle it.

    If I'm travelling I'm actually really good at getting up early and going to bed at a handy time. But when I'm in my normal routine getting up early is not fun. Although part of the reason why I love living in a hotter climate is that getting up in the mornings just becomes so much easier.

    There are loopholes around the 'going-through-the-motions-of-a-normal-life' you just described there and I'm working hard to exploit every single one I am able to find!
  3. Homeskulled Kid
    March 10th, 2019 11:47 PM
    Homeskulled Kid
    Once had a pretty naughty stint with junk food, which is completely over. Rice and tea, am I right? And the occasional wad of chocolate cake because no one is perfect. But yeah, alcohol is best reserved for medicinal purposes. It's great for a sore throat when the flu rolls 'round, or clogged sinuses or whatever. Beyond that, just take Methyl​enedioxy​methamphetamine! Perfect.

    Ehh, it's half fixed. But thanks. And I'm usually pretty active at night, too, which is unfortunate because the night time sucks and is limiting, whereas the morning is bright and free...! And horrible. Has anyone ever got up at 9 AM and not been out-of-their-mind tired? It'd ridiculous. Plus the natural expectation is to do work, as opposed to sit around and write about Star Wars. Life is psyducked up that way. We're supposed to burn up our youth on labour just so that we can have a lawn and a dog when we're old. Can't we just be happy hobos and cut out the gruelling fifty years of screwing around in offices, trying to make a living?
  4. Yue Han
    March 10th, 2019 1:57 AM
    Yue Han
    Yes and that is why those days are mostly long behind me.

    My own sleeping schedule is highly erratic because I am naturally a night owl so I have to force my body to do something it isn't programmed to do. 5 days though is a long time to not have had at least one good sleep so hopefully you fixed that.
  5. Homeskulled Kid
    March 9th, 2019 10:19 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    Never had a hangover. I mean, I've tried, but milk and Bailey's just don't do it like vodka and Red Bull. Still, its probably horrible. Nausea and headaches and dizziness. It sounds like Nature's way of telling you what not to do.

    Ha, I've also had pure pink puke on a ferry. The guy behind me was giving me vomiting advice. There's also been cars, buses, beds, baths, buckets, salad bowls, lawns... it sounds like I regularly stick a finger down my throat, huh. And I stepped in someone else's gritty vomit, too. This conversation is disgusting but I'm enjoying it.

    Same - I haven't brushed my teeth yet and the clock is pushing insanity. And I'm a bit of a privacy bear so there'll be no confirming nor denying on the GMT front, but yeah, good little boys and girls should definitely be in bed right about now. I've been sleep deprived for about five days now. It's hysterical. (There are so many i's in this post, it feels self-centred as heck lmao)

    Still, have a good sleep! I'm going to crawl into my dream rectangle soon, too, before these eye bags become permanent. Goodnight!
  6. Yue Han
    March 9th, 2019 10:09 AM
    Yue Han
    Less lunch and more of a cocktail of stomach acid and whatever I drank the night before. In my top 3 worst hangover experiences easily.

    I've not done it in a supermarket actually I don't think so well done to you!

    Well I'm about to go to bed since it's 2:00AM here in the far east! Should have went before but I left all my chores until the last minute. I assume you're a fellow Brit from your posting style so enjoy your evening if you are indeed on GMT.
  7. Homeskulled Kid
    March 9th, 2019 9:42 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    Lmao, I can just picture this guy hacking up lunch near an incomprehensibly huge golden Buddha, while monks roll their eyes in the foreground. It'd make a great album cover, if nothing else.

    But yeah, I feel you. I once threw up in the middle of the supermarket. Splat. Everywhere. Not quite sacrilege but hey, I bet lots of religious persons have thrown up in places they shouldn't have.

    Anyhoo, hallo! What's up?
  8. Yue Han
    March 9th, 2019 9:32 AM
    Yue Han
    It was the grounds not the temple itself! I felt revolting that day so not exactly 'hardcore' haha.