Monday, August 29, 2011

Google Plus and their long urls.

For the small amount of you who have Google Plus, you know how annoying it is to try to share your profile with friends. You haven't notice? You really haven't notice the long as **** url that you have to highlight whenever you are trying to share your url. Ahhh, now you are getting it Of course you can always use tinyurl and similar websites but your friends can be skeptical of where the tinyurl actually takes you. I once heard one of my friends say this "Oh, I don't click on tinyurl links they might actually be a link to porn." Surpringly enough 1 out of 10 times I use tinyurl and similar link shorteners I get redirected to a porn site and I get so pissed off. Like FML and eff tinyurl to the maximum!!!
So I was introduced to . Simple and easy way to share your profile without the excessive panic from websites like and whatever. Plusg makes it simple by giving you a nickname. So you nickname  would go in the "name" part and no one would be scared of  the url I'm giving them. For example if I was to hand out to http://plusg.moonangelko/ everyone would know it was me. Too bad I don't have a google plus account at the moment lol.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

A giveway I'm joining

I decided to enter this giveaway to get a clean fresh slate to start over and become the gyaru I want to be. I hope I win.
You can join to at

Like my new layout?

Lately I've been moving back and forth between a emo feel but I finally found a nice banner (even though I didn't create it myself) and I didn't quite have a background to match for the longest. But finally I feel like a completed the first step of my creation of my blog. Yes I had this blog for 9 months now but finally I feel like I'm actually getting somewhere and I love all the readers who stuck it out with me all this time.
I know I have been fickle and I have been resented by like most of the gyaru community (and the lolita community matter of fact) but it's whatever as long as I am true to myself, I feel like I can cross every bump in the road.  You the readers must think wow, her blog is a bunch a crap but w.e it's more of a diary then anything. Judge me all you want.
And I know everyone must think "Wow, who does she think she is writing advertorials on her blog". Dude, I don't have a job and it's not like we have companies like nuffnang to work with in the U.S. Now you guys are going to really going hate that my blog will probably have more ads then ever because I need to cover my living fees this September. But with they way I'll do things you might even like the ads.

Anyway THANK YOU everyone who has really stuck it out with me.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Being a little creative with the dorm room decorations

Guest Post by Heather Anderson

When we first started thinking about what we needed to buy for my daughter to take for her dorm room, we decided that we didn't want hers to look like a typical dorm room. When we imagined a typical dorm room we just imagined something covered with the school colors. Even though my daughter is excited to go to her dream school, she wants her dorm room to reflect her personality and I couldn't agree with her more. Besides, you want to come back to your dorm room and feel like it's your room instead of just one that belongs to any other given student at your school.
But we went online to come up with some interesting ways to decorate her room before we actually went shopping. While we were online getting some decorating ideas, we came across the website and after I showed it to my husband, we decided to change over our home internet service to it.
For her dorm room, we found some old picture frames at a flea market and are working on putting art prints and things like that into them. I think that will be really neat in comparison to standard art posters.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

London Riots? Dang London you go hard!

Unless you have been living under a rock you should know about the London Riots. In a way I am impressed. It's been going for 4 days with only 500 arrests (and yeah I said only) and they stole a lot of shit. I feel very sorry for everyone stuck in the cross-fire but you can't say that you aren't impressed.
Why this can't work in the U.S
  1. Not everyone uses Blackberries. Blackberries are spread too thin around the schools. Lot more people use Iphones and androids and non-os phones. But it is possible that all the blackberry users could ignite a riot, but too many would chicken. 
  2. The army would been called on the first day, I remember a time when sometype of army unit got called in on a a large scale between cheerleading teams and football players. 
  3. There are lots of cops in the U.S that don't care, They shoot first, ask questions later
This reminds me of the time when I was a freshmen in high school. The freshmens had their own building at the time. We were very upset over the corruption in the Hasidic community who were using illegal methods on the polls to get things in the favor of their Rabbi. So I tried to cause a riot and a walkout. We were almost successful until they called security from main campus and we all ran to class.  We had the news channel waiting for us and everything. Crazy right?

Anyway back to the London Riots. FIrst I'll applaud the cops for managing to make the arrests. Then I applaud the people who stole 40 iphones and clothes on the first day, got away with it and didn't ensue in anymore riots. You guys are the smart ones. But I don't condone what you did.  Then I applaud the people who didn't get caught period. You guys are still smart. Then I laugh at the people who did get caught. You dumbasses! Then I laugh the people who are still out there trying to steal. You dumbasses should got out on the first day. Then I stick my middle finger to those lighting up cars and stores. That's o.d and fucked up. Your hurting people and their buisnesses. What if you burned a buisness who just got started? That person was saving up all their lives and put everything on the line to start a business and you just destroyed it? I hope you get arrested.  Then all of you guys doing this with no purpose because your parents who spoiled you beyond extent didn't want to buy you a plasma tv, go kiss an ass.

By the way londoners, I hope you know all you guys go hard cuz you did this and there wasn't even a blackout. You guys have lots of guts.

Saturday, August 6, 2011

Blogger step your game up

I really don't understand why blogs in the west are so buisnessy. I'm not talking in the sense that someone would  have an occasional advertorial on their blog (and I'll rant bout that a little later) but that in the top 100 blogs in the U.S aren't personal. They all are about things like celebrity stalking, technology, and news. Come on, everyone can pick up a newspaper, no need to have a 100 blogs about the same things.
I feel blogs should be more versatile. Maybe one  day you'll talk about your life. Maybe another day you'll review or talk about a product (I mean we are all in a financial upheaval, small change goes places). Probably tomorrow you go on express your opinion on the headlines. That's what a blog should be about. Everyone in the west tries to have a niche. Things you only blog about. If you are a gyaru you only blog about gyaru. If you are into makeup, you only blog about makeup.  Why do that? Why not blog about everything that is going through your brain? Isn't that what blogs are for.
Don't get me wrong. Sometimes have a niche is great. But only blogging about your niche is very limiting yourself and your freedom to expression. This is why I like bloggers like Janice of Her niche seems to gyaru fashion and makeup but she doesn't limit herself to it. She talks about other things How about Cheesie of Her original niche was traveling and now her niche is more of gyaru fashion and makeup but that isn't only thing she talks about. Oh wait you may of notice they all live in the east? Wow doesn't that make us in the west feel bad. They might be whispering behind our backs "Oh yea, those Americans. They have no taste when it comes to reading good stuff online. They only care what Beyonce's doing and whats next hot gadget. They are probably are stalking celebrities and stuffing their face with hamburgers right now"  
And it's the truth. I barely get american readers anymore. My readers are now mostly European and Asian. Americans only care about celebrities and stalking their every move.
I guess not much of a judge. My blog isn't so great that it would bring people away from celebrity stalking and come over here and read it. I have a redundant layout, my banner was made in 5 seconds with photoshop, my grammar sucks like a left cheek and my stories are boring. But oh well, c'est la vie.