There was an error in this gadget

Friday, 3 April 2015

Slice of Life 31 - The end?

Today, I'll be writing my last Slice of Life!
To finish off this amazingly fun month, I'll write about something close to my heart;
blood. Get it? Close to my heart, blood. Because blood is in my heart. Ok, I won't write about blood. I'll write about my weekend morning routine.

06:40 am: Wake up.
06:41 am: Move around in bed, stretching. (Probably looking like an idiot)
07:00 am: Do stuff on whatever device is available with reasonable charge.
08:30 am: Go play FIFA.
09:00 am: Back to devices.
10:00 am: Breakfast.
10:20 am: Football for 30 minutes.
After that I do whatever my family decides to do for the rest of the day!

PS: I would like to say thank you to all the people who read my Slice of Life blog! It's been a lot of fun and I wonder what it's going to be like not writing anymore.

Thursday, 2 April 2015

Slice of Life 30 - MORE questions

This is a follow-up from last slice.(Read that one first.)

16. Why can't humans lay eggs.
17. Why can't humans have wings?
18. Why is there different countries?
19. Why isn't a potato called a tomato.
20. Why is there two ways of saying potato and tomato?
21. Why is there unanswerable questions?
22. Why is volcanoes filled with lava and not soda?
23. Why is Dr. Pepper called Dr. Pepper?
24. Why are platypuses a mammal when they lay eggs?
25. Why can't I be a platypus?
26. Why does the "!" symbolise yelling and not question like the question mark?
27. Why isn't Japan called Norway and Norway called Japan?
28. Why do we create habits?
29. Why is it difficult to stop a habit?
30. Why isn't English French and French English?


Slice of Life #29 - Questions

Today, I will list some questions that are impossible to answer.(In my opinion)

  1. Why is earth exactly this big?
  2. Why isn't the world speaking one language?
  3. Why was earth placed exactly were it is right now and not 5 million light years away?
  4. Why isn't there more letters?
  5. Why isn't there less letters?
  6. Why does China, Japan, etc. have different symbols used for writing?
  7. Why was the MacBook called the MacBook?
  8. Who ate the apple in the apple logo?
  9. Why didn't anyone bite android's logo?
  10. Why does humans have four limbs and not seven?
  11. Why do people have lucky numbers?
  12. Why do we celebrate holidays?
  13. Why aren't babies born educated?
  14. Why does all of these questions start with "why"?
  15. Why is there 15 questions and not 16?

Slice of Life #28 - Thian

Today, I would like to say a few words about one of my best friends; Thian.

I feel happy around you.
You make me smile.
You make me laugh.
You're never mad.
You're good at sports.
You're easy to talk to.
When we mess up, we just laugh our way out of it.
You're a great friend

(PS: We have the greatest celebration!)

Slice of Life #27 - Gratitude

Today, I'll write a gratitude to someone I'm grateful for. A person who has impacted my life in a positive way. Who will I write about? The person who changed my life in ten seconds. TTmouz.


You changed my life, that one time in 5th grade when you came up to me and asked me for my name.
I had no friends. I had just moved. I was stuck inside a box, and you opened it.
You might just think that you got a friend, but for me it was huge. I got way more comfortable and for that I want to thank you. You changed my life. I can't imagine what would have happened if you didn't talk to me. You did something so simple, yet changed so much! You are a great friend and I am so thankful! I can't thank you enough, TTmouz, so I'll just do it one last time: THANK YOU!

Thursday, 26 March 2015

Slice of Life #26 - Ben Underwood

Today, I'll write about a remarkable boy called Ben Underwood. Ben had his eyes removed at age of two, thanks to cancer. However, he could still see! How? He used echolocation, known as used by bats and dolphins, to sense the objects around him. He does this by making small 'click' noises with his mouth. Ben knew how to skate, play basketball and even ride a bike. However, Ben's cancer spread to his spine and brain, which resulted in his death.


Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Slice of Life #25 - Bro Code

Today, I'll be writing about a code my closest friends and I have. We did this to ensure we'll continue to stay close to each other and not getting into fights.

The Shark, Llama, Salmon and Oskar Bro Code!

  • If a bro needs money, you give them money.
  • Don't get mad at a bro if they fail, unless they break the bro code.
  • Don't judge a bro.
  • If a bro needs help, you help.
  • Don't get a bro in trouble.
  • Help bros to get out of trouble.
  • Bros needs to keep secrets from other bros.
  • Don't lie to a bro.
  • Stay fresh.