This is My Psychosis

30 Days of Blogging Honesty: Day 06 and 07

Obviously, you don’t see an April 06, 2012 entry on my blog, I missed a day (Oops…) I know I can come up with a pretty valid excuse but really, why lie? It’s not a crime that I slept through the whole day of Good Friday. The extreme heat in the Philippines is driving my sweat glands in a frenzy and has transformed my usual insomniac being into the Queen of Lethargic-Ness. So there, it is not as interesting as getting abducted by aliens or doing something for the peace corps…

…Anyhoo, here are two blog posts for the day. I hope you guys don’t mind (because i certainly will not if this ever happens to you…LOL)

Day 06 — My worst cooking disaster involved _____________ and this person/these people…

This is funny -or at least, I think it is.

My worst cooking disaster involved porkchops, charcoal, wooden chair and my brother. We were excited on grilling ourselves a couple of meat for lunch. We don’t have the standard grill like this one:










Instead, we have a make-shift grill like this one: [sans the legs and Gorilla SOLD SEPARATELY]






So, we have this rectangular grill with a rectangular shaped tin under it to put the coals in. We usually use a pair of rocks to balance the whole thing but for some reason, my brother forgot and used this wooden chair as a base. So we were grilling happily as if we’re on Bobby Flay’s Throwdown [Yes, our Gorilla will kick Flay’s grilling ass!] and thinking of the scrumptious meal we’re going to have.

As we were talking and joking, I noticed that the smoke was getting unusually thick that’s when we realized that the coal had burnt through the tin and the wooden chair was already starting to catch fire. Now, the normal reaction would be to hose down the flames or at least, eliminate the wood from the vicinity of the flames. Unfortunately, the tin was too hot to hold and we couldn’t very well just toss everything to the ground! I remember my brother panicking and running to get the hose. I grabbed the nearest oven mitts by the kitchen door and hefted the grill from the chair.

Oh the poor, poor chair. Let me just say that the chair can be used by our Gorilla as a toilet. We burnt a hole right through it! But we did not mind, since we were able to salvage the pork chops and still had a great lunch and an even greater laugh!

Day 07 — I went to see a psychic, and was given the opportunity to ask three questions – I would ask…

Ooh, this is a tough one. I’m a person who wants to know everything. I can’t even watch a movie without knowing how it ends firsthand! Some people might not want a play-by-play or to have their viewing pleasure pre-empted by chitchats…but not I! Tell me the plot, who dies and who hooks up and it’s going to be all good for me! So, I can’t just ask 3 questions! But of course, I’m going to adhere to the rules…

My Top 3 Psychic Questions:

1.) How Rich Will I Be 3 Years from Now?

2.) If There Will Be A Cure for AIDS/CANCER, Where Will We Find it and How Can We Create it?

3.) Will I Marry My Ideal Guy and Will I Have Children With Him?

[Technically, 1 and 2 constitutes as 2 questions asked in one breath…BUT I’ll haggle the Psychic down if I have to!!!LOL]

I’m not sure if we have to explain why we’re asking these questions but I think it’s easy to understand. I wish I had really profound and meaningful questions to ask -i don’t know, perhaps when I’m really there, on the spot, for real -I might ask something deep and highly intellectual questions [or not -like when should I get the plunger ready?]  But right now, these are what came from the top of my head.

What about yours? I can’t wait to read others’ entries on this one!



14 comments on “30 Days of Blogging Honesty: Day 06 and 07

  1. veehcirra
    April 7, 2012

    This post is the procrastinator’s guide to the challenge 😉 combining two days…I think I might borrow your habit.

    The cooking disaster with the chair is extremely hilarious.At least your meal was saved 😉

    You know,knowing the future can be comforting. Because it enhances our faith and gives us the power to go on. I like your psychic questions especially no.3. Knowing some of these things can save a lot of time,energy and even heartache 🙂

    • koisevilla
      April 7, 2012

      hahha it was pretty funny, especially if one was present during that time.. We were torn between screaming “fire” or laughing our asses off! 😀

      I don’t really ask too many questions about my future -yes, i do wonder and speculate but I mostly steer towards a goal and of course, pray to God for guidance and trust HIM 🙂 Funny, coz I had a reading done to me a long, long time ago..and some thing she said came true however, I think it was more like coincidence than actual prediction hehehe

      And… I don’t really believe that much in psychics but I guess for kicks, I would ask (PSY-KICKS!) and see if it comes true but I won’t really be holding my breath or something… and I keep a firm belief that things happen when we work at it.. 😀

  2. Cherlyn
    April 7, 2012

    Haha i like how combined two days, I may have to do that if I fall behind or something – good thinking!

    Nice story with the cooking disaster – sounds like something I’d do!

    Good questions for the psychic too – I wish my answer had some of those questions, mine were a bit more personal haha.

    • koisevilla
      April 7, 2012

      haha thanks! I totally could not blog yesterday for the life of me! :))

  3. everything L&L
    April 8, 2012

    LOL at the cooking story that was a disaster, I would have panicked and the whole neighborhood would have burned to the ground instead of actually removing the grill form the chair. I can see the headlines now.

    I understand not being able to blog everyday. When the mood catches me I blog a bunch at one time and schedule them for different days. The illusion of consistency lol.

    • koisevilla
      April 8, 2012

      ahahah yey for technology right? you can practically schedule your pee-time! :))

      Headlines: “Chair Burns Down Whole Neighborhood” See story on Page 4 beside “How to Barbecue Your Neighbor -accidentally!”

  4. Sleep and Salami
    April 8, 2012

    Haha! That cooking story is hilarious!

    • koisevilla
      April 8, 2012

      thanks! Haha we still have the chair, i think! I’ll try to hunt it down and take a photo û

  5. prysmatique
    April 8, 2012

    LOL at the cooking incident. Too funny, but I’m glad that you and your brother made it out of that disaster safely!

    I asked a similar question to yours about my future love life. I want to know if I’ll have kids, if I’ll be married, and if I’ll love Him!

    • koisevilla
      April 8, 2012

      Lol we girls really want to get those details down the earlier the better lol

      • prysmatique
        April 9, 2012

        So true. We’d all like to believe we’ll live in the fairytales of our imagination.

      • koisevilla
        April 9, 2012

        hence, the constant crying and pain of heartbreak known as unmet expectations lol

      • prysmatique
        April 9, 2012

        Girl problems, seriously 😛 We have so many!

      • koisevilla
        April 9, 2012

        I know!!! some are not even worth it lol 😀

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