A Blue Sky Tag because I’m procrastinating

I was in the middle of doing an assignment at 5 am when it came to me that someone tagged me on a Blue Sky Tag a few days ago so I took the time to scroll down my Blogger dashboard to find that particular post so hey, Farahin, thank you for tagging me! And thank you for saving me having to do assignment, you da real MVP.

The rules are to thank the person who tagged you, answer their questions, tag another 11 people and have them answer your own questions but I don’t think I’m going to tag anyone just because I don’t have much time to think of the questions as I really need to finish my assignment now — class is at 8 am! (By the time you’re seeing this I’d probably be in the class, wishing I was in my bed.)

One. What was the last song you listen to? Describe about it.

Ross Copperman – Holding On and Letting Go. I first listened to it in an episode of The Vampire Diaries during a Delena scene and I thought that it was perfect. The song title itself is pretty self-explanatory — sometimes we’re holding on, but sometimes we just have to let go.

Two. What kind of music do you prefer to listen when you’re driving?

I don’t drive but if I do, I’d probably be listening to Lite fm or the oldies playlist on my Spotify. I’m just a huge sucker of oldies and nothing is better than singing to Roxette’s It Must Have Been Love in the car.

Three. What is your favorite band?

The 1975. Somebody Else will and always be my favourite song by them.

Backstreet Boys. If I had to choose one favourite song of all-time, it would be As Long As You Love Me, hands down.

Westlife. Just because.

Four. Do you prefer cheap but delicious food at mamak/warung or expensive and delicious food at hipster/famous cafe?

I like both. I like mamak for roti canai and maggi goreng, not so much for other types of food. I remember my first Ramadhan away from home was when I got into university in 2013. I bought nasi campur mamak for iftar on the first day of puasa and it was horrible. My stomach can’t take it at all. I think mamak stalls should just steer clear of selling Malay dishes ’cause boyyyy they don’t do it good, I tell ‘ya.

Five. What is the thing that you’re good at?

I’m good at picking fights and bickering. I’m good at persuading people to do what I want them to do. I’m good at hiding what I really feel because if I’m not, someone should have noticed that there’s something wrong with me right now. No?

Six. If you have to choose between friends and lover, which one would you prefer?

For some reason I think that this is a trick question that I feel like I’m stuck in between a rock and a hard place. My lover is also my best friend and he was (and still is!) my best friend even before we started dating so there’s no way I can choose only one as both of them are my best friends.

Seven. How would you describe yourself?

I like food and money. I force everyone to call me princess. I can be really, really, funny if I’m comfortable with you but I also can be a bit*h. I have a temper. If things don’t go my way I’ll get mad or really mad depending on situation. I do things at the very last minute. I also like babies and kids. That’s about it.

Eight. Do you really love what you are doing now? (Study/job/etc)

I’m currently studying TESL. I love TESL but I don’t enjoy studying but I got a year and a couple of months left before I finished school so I gotta endure what I have to endure. For leisure time which I don’t have much right now, I really enjoy blogging but I wish I had more time to focus on my blog like I did when I took gap year last year.

Nine. When did you start blogging?

I started blogging when I was 13 years old and since then I’ve had a couple of blogs that I have deleted because they were so immature. I wish I hadn’t, though, ’cause it would be lovely to go through old posts of mine and to just kind of compare to how I am now. It would have been really funny to be taking a step down the memory lane of a 13-year-old Erin.

Ten. Why did you start blogging?

I’ve written a post talking all about it here.

Eleven. What do you love the most about your blog?

Everything. I’m very proud of my blog and the contents I put up for the last year and there’s nothing that I wanna change on my blog well except for changing fonts and a bit of the design here and there. Overall, what I really love is that my blog and my writings have inspired people to do better with their blogs or with their life if there is any and I think that’s the most important thing when it comes to blogging — it is to inspire and be inspired.

Obv this was only a filler post before an actual post which I’m in the process of editing but I’ve been busy for the past couple of days and did you know I started this tag on Tuesday and only got to publishing it only on Thursday? Soz.