Alchemy and alkahestry. Sounds legit.

Today was one of those typical lazy days that I know will just melt away in my sleep-deprived brain.

So let me record what happened today.

I woke up.
At around 6.30

Then I went back to sleep.
I woke up at around 8.30.

I crawled out of bed.
I had breakfast.

Then I gravitated towards my laptop and went on a Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood marathon because I wanted to.

There are probably more important things I have to do but today, I showed them my enthusiastic middle finger (so to speak) and never looked back.

And now at the end, I can say with my tired eyes and self-satisfied smile,


I hate myself sometimes. Like really really hate for not being able to say no to anime-marathons.


1. Another reason I like short animes was revealed. No HUGE commitment. If you can finish the entire series in a day or two, WELL DONE!

2. The Elric brothers are seriously messed up but I kinda learned this a LOOOONG time ago so I don’t really know whether it counts as LEGITIMATE LESSON FOR TODAY.

3. I’ve got to read ‘One hundred years of Solitude’ and ‘Norwegian Wood’ soon if I’m to return them in timely fashion. Wait, that’s not a lesson. That’s a thingamjig for my to-do list.

Get your head straight and THEN BLOG.



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