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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.

Friday, October 07, 2005


Today was one of those better days, where I had a lot of interaction with variety of people. If I counted right, I probably saw around 10 - 20 close friends of various origin today, all over the place. A day like this should come once in a's always nice to have friends around, you know.

I can't believe the irony I've experiecned today in my French class. Of course, it was coincidential, but the characters we've acted out, the situation...God, you are sooo mean.

But what kind of feeling allows someone to actually chat online till 3-4 in the morning, quite often? I'm quite sure if I was in the same condition, I must have some positive feelings toward that person in order to do such thing. Well, these expectations are never correct I've written in my Japanese blog, all I want is a clear sign showing me the real you. I don't mind the result. If I make my conclusion with our conversations on MSN, I would be more positive and I would try to carry out a lot more, but...sigh, sigh, sigh.


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