Trey and Matt Fan Tag

1. What was the first Matt and Trey thing you saw?
2. Favorite Matt and Trey movie?
3. Favorite South Park episode?
4. Favorite South Park song?
5. Favorite Cannibal the Musical song?
6. Favorite Book of Mormon song?
7. When did you first come across Matt and Trey?
8. Favorite line from South Park?
8. Favorite character from South Park?
9. Favorite character from the Book of Mormon?
10. Favorite song from South Park: Bigger Longer and Uncut?
11. Favorite DVDA song?
12. Style or Kyman?
13. Creek or Crenny?
14. Have you read any fanfiction from any Trey and Matt related thing? If so, what ones?
15. Favorite South Park season?
16. Stick of Truth or Fractured but Whole?
17. Favorite South Park trilogy?
18. Favorite Team America song?
19. What character of any Matt and Trey thing d you relate to most?

~tag as many people as you want~

You gotta find something that moves you, each and every day. It could be a song, a quote, a book, a tv show, a painting, a person, a landscape… anything that speaks to your core, anything that shakes the dust off your soul. You gotta remember what a miracle this life is. You gotta keep reminding yourself. 

hamilton: my musical starts with a badass opening number talking about my life as an American hero! 

phantom of the opera: my musical starts with auctioning off my precious items which then leads into a badass musical overture! 

dear evan hansen: my musical starts with a kid obsessing over a girl he likes, which then slides into a song about the struggles of parenting! 

be more chill: my musical starts with a creepy theme, and then we open on a relatable anthem of people saying “na na na” over and over again, but it’s still a really catchy song! 

book of mormon: my musical starts with people explaining the religion they follow, backed by really bouncy, jazzy music! 

falsettos: bitch 

Bullet Journal Spread Ideas

New Year

New Year’s Resolutions
How to actually achieve those resolutions
Highlights of 2016
Things to look forward to in 2017
Reflection of 2016
How you can make 2017 better
Things you did in 2016 that you shouldn’t in 2017
Favorite pictures of 2016
Memorable quotes from 2016
Achievements in 2016
Favorites of 2016 (e.g. music, movies, books, art, food, new activities)
New things to try in 2017 (e.g. hobbies, food, places to travel)
Upcoming releases in 2017 (e.g. music, movies, books)
How you want the world to change in 2017
Important dates in 2016
People you met in 2016


Stress-relieving activities
Curiosity page (questions you want the answers to)
What if? Page
Happiness page
Things to do when sad (or any negative emotion)
Sleep tracker
Mood log
Dream log
Gratitude list
Self care activities
Un-do list (stop doing)
Unexplainable emotions page (e.g. that feeling when…)


Grade tracker
Achievements list
Plan for the school year
Revision schedule and progress
Things to self study


Long term goals
Short term goals (e.g. this week/month)
Travel log
Bucket list
Reflections (daily/monthly/yearly)
Places you wish to visit
Friend lists + about them


Spendings tracker
Savings tracker
Financial goals

Inspirational Stuff

Brain dump
Favorite quotes
Pieces of writing (e.g. news articles, poetry, etc.)
Favorite words
Story ideas
OC ideas


DIY and project ideas
Handwriting experiments
Color swatches/palettes
Bullet journal page ideas
Doodle page
Testing stationery/washi tapes
Six word stories
A sentence a day
Blog post ideas


Playlists (e.g. playlist of the week, song of the day)
To read
To watch
Already read
Hobbies to try
Favorites list (e.g. movies, albums, songs, books)


General observations (e.g. people, places, things)
Overheard conversations
Music/melodies you heard
Things you see
Different textures/things you touched
Things you tasted (could be food, drinks, or inedible things)
Interesting/foreign smells

bother me with these please

1: What’s the most annoying thing about your best friend/s?
2: Least favorite TV shows?
3: Favorite moment with your best friend/s?
4: What’s one quality you would like to have?
5: Name three people of your same sex you would: marry,kiss and fuck
6: Do you like your full name?
7: Tell me your most embarrasing memory
8: Favorite color to wear?
9: Favorite restaurant?
10: What would be a good first date for you?
11: Are you a good wrestler?
12: Are you allergic to something?
13: Would you be a good singer?
14: Who’s the last person you told “I love you” to?
15: What car would you buy if you had enough money?
16: Favorite cover of a song?
17: What was your last conversation about?
18: Where were you born?
19: Least favorite app?
20: Tell me two facts about your country of birth
21: Do you like wearing sunglasses?
22: When it’s a good moment for a first kiss?
23: What are your nationalities?
24: What would make you drop college/university?
25: A crossover between two shows (any shows) you would like to see?
26: Long or short hair?
27:A character from a book/TV show/movie that shouldn’t have died?
28: Favorite movie scene?
29:Do you ship more fiction people or more real people?
30: Favorite country song?
31: Favorite John Green book?
32: Least favorite Ed Sheeran song?
33: Favorite ship?
34: How do you deal with sexual tension?
35: Name a celebrity who died that you miss
36: Favorite Harry Potter spell?
37: Something you are scared of losing?
38: Someone you regret meeting?
39: Have you ever been hurt by someone you thought he/she was your friend?
40: Do you easily open up to people?
41: What is a gift you love receiving?
42: What is something you could leave easily?
43: Rant about that’s eating you up
44: If you could make one phone call to anyone right now, who would it be and what would you say?
45:Are you easy to love?

Learn a new language!
  • Write! You need to learn how to apply the grammar rules in longer texts. Write about a page or so. You can write longer profiles, translate songs, poems, paragraphs in books and much more.
  • Read! Go to your local library, a pdf on a book, or anything  and see if you find some books with easy short texts like children's books or poems and practice reading them out loud, understanding and translate them.
  • Watch movies or series in that language. This will be good in understanding people talking that language, also it can help on pronunciation and maybe you find some vocabulary you want to write down.
  • Listen to music in that language. As with movies and series, this can help your auditory understanding, give you some pronunciation and give you ideas to more vocabulary. And this is also possible to do on the go.
  • Use apps! I have heard the app Duolingo is good and I used Memrise and it was ok but didn’t work for me. To find apps can be hard, the apps suit people differently. What works for me might not work for you.
  • Get a language buddy, a native or someone else learning the language! If you find a native who are willing to spend some of their time to help you that’s great. They might help you having conversations, understand auditory and even tell you what you wrote wrong in your longer texts. If you find someone else learning the language this can be both good and bad. You might help each other by talking, comparing notes, looking at each others writing, BUT there is a risk of you teaching each other wrongly too, so beware.
Maladaptive Daydreaming

What is maladaptive daydreaming (Madd) ?

Maladaptive daydreaming (madd) is a mental disorder/condition that describes excessive daydreaming, most times hours at a time, that interferes with one’s life. The key factor here is not what you daydream about. It’s for how long you daydream and how much it prevents you from living reality.

How do I identify Maladaptive Daydreaming?

Spending more than half your day with your mind wandering to the point that it disrupts your life is the biggest indicator that your excessive daydreaming has become maladaptive.

Maladaptive daydreamers:

  • do facial expressions, move around, talk, sing or dance while daydreaming
  • have multiple universes, characters and stories 
  • use music, books, movies or day to day situations to help them daydream about specific situations
  • feel safe inside their daydreams
  • daydream hours at a time, sometimes even an entire day
  • daydream while supposed to be asleep at night
  • find it hard to stop daydreaming
  • find it hard to focus on a movie, song or book because they automatically feel the need to daydream

What Maladaptive Daydreaming is NOT

Do not confuse Maladaptive Daydreaming with having halucinations, psychosis, or other similar mental disorders or just normal daydreaming. Maladaptive daydreams are aware of the fact that they’re daydreaming and are able to distinguish daydreaming from reality.