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so・lil・o・quy/- n. [C,U] a speech in a play in which a character talks to himself or herself, so that the audience know the character's thoughts.

Wednesday, May 05, 2004 it just me???

I don't know why, but I've decided to write and post this "profound" entry. I can't resist this anymore. Besides, no one is actually visiting this blog anyway...well, here's the story.

This has happened before...and I think it's happening again.
Let's say there's this individual that you were...well "interested" in. That personnel always resided within your mind for some particular "reason". Now with the conditions necessary for the phenomenon set, you go and have your everyday life, with or without any consciousness toward that specific someone and guess what happens? You start noticing things you normally wouldn't that resembles that person directly or indirectly, retracing that individual in your mind. How's really funny isn't it?

1st case; You suddenly notice that the name of this geographical location you see from the train you take everyday matches the name. I mean you actually take this train almost everyday! But you notice it for the first time after you have this "interest".
2nd case; You are standing on the train, staring at the lines' guide for no particular reason, maybe as a resource...and there. You notice that there's a station name that resembles the person. Come on! There are like hundreds of stations operated by JR! Why would you just suddenly notice that one particular station?
3rd case; You go eat at this restaurant and you skim through the menu, as everyone would do at a restaurant. As your eyes go up and down on the menu, you find the name of the chef in charge of the specials written on the menu. Bingo. The name matched. This case, made me smile damn bitterly, along with the strongest chills I've had in years. What if we went into a different restaurant that day instead of that one? What if the chef in charge of that day's course was different? I mean how many chef are there at a restaurant that large? Coincidence after coincidence? Too coincidnetial to think like that.

I mean how ironic can things get??? What's common in all of these three cases is that the name is not an common, ordinary name, like "Smith" or "Suzuki" that you see or encounter everyday. I believe it's more like one in a million...I'm not going to specify which one was which, but these three cases include both the first and last name. Am I being teased by an almighy power of somekind or is it just me seeing illusions? Is it just a plain coincidence? I guess I'll never know...oh, one last thing. Please forbear any questions related to this entry if anyone, by any chance, sees this post...thanx.