Saturday, October 29, 2005

# Art of Procrastination

Just trying out a few more patterns... Still too lazy to start the piling homework.
Low, Pandabonium n Moody, I will just take you guys as guinea pigs then... *^_^*

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(P/S: Low, your second character looks uncannily like the 'shan' 善 in Chinese words.)


@ロウ 。LOW@ said...

You really make us all turn our monitor - - or in my case, head!!!

But then, oh, that's not something new, i am such a 'shan' 善 person, hehe!!!

Thanks for giving me a new 'look'! But don't blame us if you can't finish your homework, my dear :)

YD said...

haha.. just noticed another thing, Low, your first character looks like Korean character.

Pandabonium said...

Thanks yd. I like it. You have invented a new hobby. As I looked at it, I realized that Pandabonium backwards spells muinobadnap.

I also recalled that Leonardo Da Vinci could write his notes backwards with one hand, while painting with the other.

Procrastination is something I learned all too well in in my youth and have since perfected. Be careful, it tends to come back to bite you later on. :0

The Moody Minstrel said...

My "character" looks scary for some reason...

Maybe I need to dig around in my huge dictionary of (Japonified)Chinese characters to make sure it doesn't resemble something with an evil meaning... :O

Maybe your subconscious doesn't want you to do your homework for some reason...!!!

YD said...

haha panda, and notice
moody invert = ydoom.
:-) Procrastination is one of master art of many youths, I just happen to be one of the master, :) ooops..

moody, when i wrote your name, i DO feel a different aura around invisible force swirling around me... (LOL). maybe i have written it a little bit too large which made it scary, hehe.

My subconscious, somehow, always tells me to go to sleep. =_=||

The Moody Minstrel said...


It looks kind of like the character 尋, which means "ask" or "seek" in Japanese. I guess that does describe me...always asking questions (often that aren't supposed to be asked) and seeking something that probably doesn't exist in this world. You might also say it looks a little like 書 "write", which makes sense since I spend so much time writing (for no real reason).

Or is it 昼 "daytime"? (The old way of writing that character, which isn't in this computer, looks a lot closer.) Hmm...

The invert of my name definitely scares me, I doomed?!?

Doomed to spend my days writing and asking questions?

lnzpucnp - The Aztec god of facial hair

YD said...

Doomed to writing and asking questions - sounds like an intellectual life during the Rennaisance period. cool... da vinci reborn.

Moody, you have really explored your name in and out. :D I like your interpretation of your name in resemblance of 尋, this word is special in its way of posting a question mark in itself.

Apparently there is some very serious study in Feng Shui about the underlying meanings of our names. But on the other hand, the impermanence nature of the universe and our lifes show having a name is just a mundane practice for people to identify and be identified.

'What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other word would smell as sweet.'

The Moody Minstrel said...

I think Shakespeare and Jung would have had quite a heated argument over that one. Shakespeare makes no allowances for preconceived notions. ;-)

Still, one would have to wonder. If a rose were referred to as a "dung flower", and everyone was told that it really did smell like dung, would people think it smelled sweet? Why do placebos work, after all?

That's an inherent problem with names. They give people an image or prejudice before they come to learn the truth about something.

Pandabonium said...

Take the name "Moody Minstrel" for instance?

ypfzxhci - A town of illiterates in Mississippi.