Name's Darren. 18. Vietnamese and Cambodian (Not Chinese!). Studying hard in Melbourne, Victoria so I one day be a Doctor and help those in need.
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So sorry to my admirers and stalkers, but I have a nice Asian friend who is currently single and is really cool and stuff! I'll send you a facebook link if interested so you can stalk him mwuwahahah XD
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So I recently watched the DLC for Assassin’s Creed revelations and discovered something shocking. I’m going to warn whoever is reading right now that intends to play the DLC to not read this. But here it goes…
Lucy was part of the Templar order! She was apparently recruited by the Assassin’s and left alone so that they wouldn’t not trace her ties to the Assassins. But of course, they did and ended up convincing her to join them. She apparently was tasked to let Subject 16 aka Clay Kaczmarek infiltrate Abstergo and collect information on them. Also apparently Lucy was trying to convince Clay to join the templars but failed. Juno apparently showed Clay the truth and how Lucy was a traitor and so Lucy found out and trapped Clay inside the program. The reason Juno showed Clay the truth was because she wanted him to guide Desmond through and to obviously eventually save Juno. This all suddenly makes sense. Why Juno made Desmond stab Lucy, why Clay was so happy that Lucy was stabbed, all these things are suddenly clear.
I’m really glad I saw that DLC. I wish someone would make videos of all the secrets in Assassin’s Creed. Love the franchise.
I don’t know why some people get so up in arms about things that don’t even affect them in the slightest way. What I’m talking about here is my diet. It seems that every fucking person seems to have a fucking opinion. I have these anorexic guys who’ve never had to worry about being fat trying to tell me what to do or how to lose weight, I have people who have are telling me what I’m doing is stupid without having any proof or evidence to back up their claims, I have people getting mad at me because I don’t want to eat the carbohydrate loaded food that they are having. Seriously, all these things do not affect you. Everyone makes it seem like it’s such a burden on them that I can’t eat carbs or that it makes their life so hard that I can’t eat what they are eating. It pisses me off because I already know how hard it is. I already know how tough it is to have a diet that has no carbs. I can imagine that if anyone tried to last a week that they would break down and start trying to find excuses to eat carbs again. I bet you they would get mad at me for pointing out that it is a carb too.
Sometimes, there are people who support what I am doing. I once went to a dinner and specified no carbs and they provided that. Though I did have to tell them that I was allergic to carbohydrates. Yeah, perhaps I should do that more often. Also once when all these people were telling me what an absolutely shitty idea it was and how crazy I was and what not, one of the people told me that they didn’t think I was crazy and that they wished me the best. It almost took away the pain that I was feeling that night.
People are absolutely ridiculous though. One of the worst things that I have to deal with is specifying on dietary requirements that I cannot have carbs and they just take it as a joke or see it as too much of a burden. Like I don’t know it is a burden. But if it is all I can eat, then do not take my money and then say you used it to buy everyone food but me. Honestly, this is something I am really concerned about. I don’t want to go to Sydney and then have to eat carbs and then face weigh in only to find out that I’ve been disqualified because I ate carbs and then put on all this weight. Last time I went somewhere with the Taekwondo people I wrote no carbs and they all just thought I was trolling. Instead of asking me, they waited until the night before camp to ask me and then told me that it was too late and that they had already purchased everything.
Recently though, I was invited to a college dinner. They sent an email saying that if you had any dietary requirements at all, we just had to specify and they would be happy to accommodate it. I wrote in that I couldn’t have carbs. The reply I got was less than accommodating.
"Cool, don’t eat the steamed rice. We’re doing Korean theme food. I should also say dietary requirements and preferences are two different things."
Maybe they are two different things to you, but to me, they are one in the same. If someone was religious and believed in not eating beef, would you consider that a preference? I mean, they believe in not eating beef and I believe in not eating carbs. What is the real difference there? I mean, religion is a choice too is it not? You choose what religion to follow and how to practice it? What about halal? If someone requested halal meat, would you tell them to just eat the rice? If someone was Muslim and couldn’t eat pork. Then what? Would you tell them to bring their own food? Would you tell them to break their religion for the night?
Of course not!
Then why would you do it to me. Why would you have me go to the effort of specifying a requirement and then tell me that my belief is not valid and that you would not at least try to accommodate.
To be fair, this is a free thing. I do not have to pay. But I am paying with my time. Every single dinner is Asian themed. Asian food is like the epitome of carbs. Perhaps Italian food is the only one that is more carb filled. I don’t know., The hardest part about dieting for me is not the fact that I am so restricted in meals. Quite the contrary. My mum is an excellent cook who is about to vary things quite well. The hard part is not being able to eat with friends, not being able to share food, not being able to do all these things that friends do. I know my friends won’t stop being friends with me because of my beliefs, but I know it annoys them. I’m sure it annoys everyone.
But yeah. I just wish people would respect my decision more you know? Life is already hard for me, I don’t need you guys making it harder.
So I just went to see Guardians of the Galaxy with Orion and I must say, it was amazing. I went in with no knowledge of who they were or anything. Honestly, I only knew that it was funny from some youtubers who saw it and man, it had me laughing throughout the movie. There was action, there was comedy and there was even small doses of the feels. Overall it was definitely a good movie. A lot of people have told me that it is their new favourite movie and to be honest, I feel like it is my favourite movie too. Honestly it had a formula to it that would be amazing for any movie. Marvel studios did well. Even the credits were hilarious and I highly recommend that you read some of them. Here’s an example: Xanthian ladies man - Stan Lee. Now that I think about it, he did appear in this movie as he usually does. Thought they did those credits as a joke.
To be honest, I don’t know the back story of any of these characters and I feel like it didn’t matter. It was a good movie, though granted they did introduce an unfamiliar concept to me but I had heard of them before. Luckily I had seen the video referencing it. It was a video of speculation and for the record guys, it does tie in with the other marvel movies. It is amazing. One day when they’re all made I will marathon them. One day.