A guy wrote this

16 02 2009

to girls

We don’t care if you’re friends with other guys.

But when you’re sitting next to us, and some random guy walks into the room and you jump up and tackle him, without even introducing us, yeah, it pisses us off.

It doesn’t help if you sit there and talk to him for ten minutes without even acknowledging the fact that we’re still there
We don’t care if a guy calls or texts you
but at 2 in the morning we do get a little concerned.

Nothing is that important at 2 am
That it can’t wait till the morning.

Also,when we tell you you’re pretty/beautiful/gorgeous/
cute/stunning,we freaking mean it.

So don’t tell us we’re wrong.

We’ll stop trying to convince you
The sexiest thing about a girl is confidence.

Yeah,you can quote me.

Don’t be mad when we hold the door open
Take Advantage of the mood im in.

Let us pay for you!
dont “feel bad”
We enjoy doing it.

It’s expected.

Smile and say “thank you.

Kiss us when no one’s watching.

If you kiss us when you know somebody’s
looking, we’ll be more impressed.

you don’t have to get dressed up for us.

If we’re going out with you in the first place, you don’t have to feel the need to
wear the shortest skirt you have or put on every kind of makeup you own. We like you for who you are and not what you are.

Honestly,i think a girl looks more beautiful when she’s just in her pj’s

or my tshirt and boxers,not all dolled up

Don’t take everything we say seriously.

Sarcasm is a beautiful thing. See the beauty in it.

Don’t get angry easily.

Stop using magazines/media as your bible

Don’t talk about how hott Chris Brown,
Brad Pitt,or Jesse McCartney is in front of us
It’s boring, and we don’t care.You have girlfriends for that.

Whatever happened to the word “handsome”/”beaut​iful”
i’d be utterly stunned by a girl who greeted me
with “Hey handsome!”instead of “Hey baby/stud/cutie/sexy”or whatever else you can think of.

On the other hand im not sayin i wouldn’t like it ether ; )

Girls, I cannot stress this enough:if you aren’t being treated right by a guy, dont wait for him to change!!!!!
Ditch his sorry ass, disgrace to the male population
and find someone who will treat you with utter respect
Someone who will honor your morals.

Someone who will make you smile when you’re at your lowest.

Someone who will care for you even when you make mistakes.

Someone who will love you, no matter how bad you make them feel.

Someone who will stop what they’re doing just to look you in the eyes…. and say “i love you”, and actually mean it.

Give the nice guys a chance.

Guys repost this if you agree
Girls repost this if you think it’s cute.

Every Guy who isn’t a jerk will agree with this. so we hope that all the girls that read this will repost this.

ADVICE;
*Holdin Hands*
Girls :If you want to hold his hand,gently bump into it a couple of
times.

*Movies*
Girls:During a movie if he puts his arm around you, tilt your head on his shoulder
Guys : Lift her chin up and kiss her

*Loving each othe*
Guys : When she tells you she loves you, look deep into her eyes,give her a peck on the lips,and tell her you love her
too and mean it

*Laying below the stars
Girls; When you’re both laying under the stars put your head
on his chest and close your eyes as you listen to his steady heart beat
Guys : Whisper in her ear and link your hands with hers.
By 12 am tonight your one true love will realize how much they want you.

Girls repost as: written by a guy.
Guys post as: girls need to realize





final post in Australia

29 12 2008

(NOTE: this post was done offline.)

I’m going home today and boy was this a great experience. If you have the time to come to Australia, you should. Go state hoping. Be a state hopper. It is really really fun.

There is a point to this final post and that would be the overal culture of th Australians. This is not another personal post like what I did at Paddy’s markets or at darling harbour. This is an actuall learning post.

The Australian culture I must say is very different from what I am used to and if you are Australian, this post is not meant to insult you but just to record my observations. Techincally the Australian culture isn’t very different. The only differences I’ve noticed is when there is a party. On Chirstmas evening ( Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year by the way), my aunt and uncle took my family to a friend’s dinner party and I expected to be staying up til 2 in the morning and have everyone getting drunk and starting sing songs out of key and out of tune. I did not get this. What I saw was both strange and unusual. On Christmas I usually have a party at my place with all my family members and some friends and the party will go on through the night. My friends will leave early, lastest will be 11pm and all my friends would be gone. My family and family friends will still be there, audlts drinking beer after beer after beer, kids drinking coke after coke after coke. We would have to chase out people who stay behind. We do. That is my Christmas evening every year. It’s called an open house.

Here in Australia, I was at the party and it was a quiet party. I ate my part, drank a bit of coke and sat quietly being told stories of Singapore by old guys who were in the military and disscussing the different education systems with a high school teacher. I watched a little baby play and played with walle that a little boy owned. People wanted me to snig and play the guitar too ( which I didn’t). No one got seriously drunk. No one. I didn’t see anyone slumping around or getting all dizzy. No one. NO ONE. No one was letting loose. The culture here is relax but at parties….where is all the relax? No one is chilling out.

My Aunt was telling us that you go to a party and you bring the wine. As long as you don’t drink the wine and you let people have some, you can take back your wine. When my aunt and uncle had their home welcoming party the first tmie the moved here, my uncle’s mum saw people taking back drinks and she told my aunt ‘why is that man taking your wine?’

My dad told me that when he was back packing Australia, he stayed in a back packers inn and bought a six pack and put it in the main frigde. An Aussie asked him if he could have beer. My dad let him and every time my dad bought a six pack, he would take as and when he pleases. The thing is that you give an Austalian permission once, you gave them permission for as long as …. I don’t know. They just take from you. There is like no shame.

My Aunt was having a party and had left overs so someone asked if she could give him her left overs. She said ok. Then he explained he had to fed so and so and like… if you do that in Singapore, I don’t know about the rest of the world, but if you do that in Singapore that is consisdered rude. Here in Australia its ok and no one shows any shame. It’s considered shameful in Singapore but not here.

I can’t get the party culture of Australia, really. I just can’t





It is Christmas time again

24 12 2008

Still in Canberra but I gave up with putting Australia trip 08 every time I posted a new entry. I lost count of all the entries I’ve done in Australia. So still in Canberra. A couple of hours pasted Christmas and it will be Christmas in Singapore in a couple of hours.

I love how Christmas brings many people together. That is the beauty of Christmas. Seeing loads of people into the festivities, that is Christmas Magic right there. I love that the suburbs in Australia always have a few houses with lights up. They have houses with big lights that you can see from afar. To run that is a lot of electricity but I am sure every one who sees these houses are very grateful and astounded.

I wonder what everyone back home is doing for Chirstmas.

Drop me a line. What are you doing for Christmas?





Australia Trip 08: Entry 15

23 12 2008

this one doesn’t really have a title because there so much to mention.

My uncle is coming back from Singapore today and my aunt is really happy. She told me they have spent 42 christmases together ever since they started dating. They have a very admirable relationship if you ask me.

Also, I’ve spent much time with my older cousin recently. He has been attempting to influence my taste of much. Many people tried and many people have failed but since he’s family, I’ll give him a try. Music is what brought me and my cousin together and I like that. I know a lot about everyone of my cousins back home in Singapore. The oldest of the lot is currently mountain climbing in Nepal while the youngest is the cutest, most responsible little girl you will ever meet. This cousin here in Canberra I know very little off except the fact that he is about 16 years older than me.

It is good to know about family. Family is important. Extended family is as important as immediate family.It is good to know the little things about people. That is how you know what to get them for christmas!

Merry Christmas in advance everyone and a Happy new year to you.





Australia Trip 08: Entry 14-Arival in Canberra

21 12 2008

Greetings from Canberra everyone. I have great stories to tell you about and all of it happened today. We left Cairns at about 1 and this was after a delayed flight. So we got on the flight and made our way to Sydney. Sydney we had to give our original gate to an emergency landing then we had to run to our next flight (connecting flight from Cairns to Sydney then Sydney to Canberra) which left in about 15 minutes of our departure and luckily we got on it on time(PHEW). So we flew what was supposed to be 30 minutes which was a short flight. We landed and then they had trouble connecting the plane to the arrow bridge and while they took 10 minutes to get that connected the NICE cabin crew announced that 12 bags where still in Sydney. Now, guess who is waiting for her luggage to come in about 30 minutes now. They are bringing the bags to my Aunt’s. My sister mentioned that this way we don’t have to load the bags into the taxi.

Oh speaking about the taxi, the driver didn’t know where he was going and we ended up using his GPS thing to find the house.

Ok that is the personal part of my trip now. So far there isn’t much lessons. Not that I’ve spotted any.

Maybe expect today, at dinner my dad was going on to my aunt about all our previous places and when she asked about walking distances he was like ‘ getting these two to walk 15 minutes is very difficult’ WHAT THE HELL??? I can walk 15 minutes. Heck I can walk over 30.

Not the point. The points are ( yes points as in pural) don’t judge people. One can but one may not. You don’t know. You will never know because you never ask! And prove people wrong. Even in the smallest of incidents. Prove people wrong.





Australia Trip 08:Entry 13-Karanda Trip

20 12 2008

So we woke up REALLY early again to catch the bus to Karanda. We went for the tours at RAINFORESTATION and yes, it is spelt that way. RAINFORESTATION.  It is really clever how they matched the two words, ‘forest’  and ‘station’  together. There was a animal tour first. They basically show you Kangas, Koalas, Wallabies, Crocs, Fish, Wombats… you know the usual plus many more amasing creatures too. Go. They tell you lots of infomation about the animals too. There is this 60-70 year old croc which in previous croc farms ate up all 12 of his girlfirends and is destined to live another lonely 30-40 years all but his lonesome self.  He is huge. I can’t remember his measurements but boy, was he huge!

Next they had the demostration for spear throwing, digarido playing and boomarang throwing. We all got to throw a boomalong ( not the spear for obvious reasons) and I think I did okay for my first time. They guide told my dad that if he wanted to buy a boomarang, buy a helmet! Good thing the waiting area to throw was fenced up.

Then there were the MIGHTY DUCK TOURS. Doesn’t every where have a MIGHTY DUCK TOUR? I think so. There is one in Singapore and now in Australia. Yeah. I think all over the world. FUN FACT: Did you know that the Duck boats were actually made by women? Yeah, its true. They had to since the men where fighting in the war. It was a fun tour. Learnt a lot of interesting and survival facts about the rain forest. ( I think I know how to survive in the Rain forest now).

After that we had the whole afternoon to explore the village. We ate lunch at a quint little restaurant and explored the shops. (I could have sworn I saw a lot of the clothings and other items hanging at bugis street for a much cheaper price.) We met two Auszzie guys who asked us where we were from and told us their stories of Singapore. One even said he was coing down next year while the other assumed me and my dad were Chinese but posing the question ‘ Ni Hou Ma?’ ( I think that is how you spell it). It baiscally means How are you. Why is it when upon telling people you are Singaporean, they all assume you’re Chinese! I am rojak ( a Singapore and I think Malaysian delicacy, which I am not fond of, that consists of a mixture of cut up fruits and vegetables covered in sause). I don’t know wheere my bloodline comes from or how to track it down.

Off topic.

Oh I want to add that when at the RAINFORESTAION, DON’T WEAR BLUE.  and make sure you take a picture with a cute koala or a baby croc (never said the croc was cute). I took with the koala because the moment I saw the croc, I freaked out.

Anyways, that’s about it for now. Oh, I am just wondering if I should put up a blog on my personal life but I doubt I will. I remember about 2 years ago, I had a blog on opendiary.com and I did it in such away that it was this fairy tale. It was about my…dull love life back then. About a prince ( one of my previous love interest) and about me, the peasent girl he’ll never love. Sad, right. I’ve learnt to move on though. Yeah…I have learnt to move on. Therefore I will not have some silly fake fairy tale, a very sad fairy tale too, running around the internet. It is just a waste of cyber space!

Lots of love,
Cheyenne Phillips

P.S. I am leaving for Cairns tomorrow morning (awwwwww…..tear in eye). But I will be visiting my aunt and (grown up) cousin in Canberra….which means better internet access ( YAY! Everybody do the wave!!!)

p.p.s. anyone got any ideas to give a 30 year old guy….I don’t really know what to get my cousin for chirstmas and I don’t know if my parents got him anything or not.

p.p.p.s. i am serious! help me out!





Australia Trip 08: Entry 12-Cairns so far

19 12 2008

I have about two in half days left here in lovely sunny Cairns ( including today). I leave on Sunday and we are going to the Kuranda Forestation i think. I think that is the name. Not too sure. I will check and tell you again.

Alright, Ms Cheyenne is checking in on friends and has about 13 minutes left to blog. Oh no, my dad just walked out of the room….where did he go?

I don’t know. I hope he didn’t forget me.

Anyways, Cairns is lovely. Sydney is urban and a great city. Cairns is where the beach is. The sand, the surf…the really cute boys…

Oh off  topic. Actually, this is the most random post I am doing in the longest while. LA LA LA LA LA.

Sigh. Come to Cairns and enjoy the beach. It is aq lovely beach.

Ok. There is no point to this post. There will be a point in tomorrow’s post…hopefully. I’m leaving on Sunday for Canberra and spending christmas wil family.

That’s the best way to spend Christmas.

With Family