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Have you met any infp males? I find infps in general really charming people, also mysterious in a good way

Yes I have! @stabbylicious on twitter. Dean is super nice and super talented. Also a bit of a recluse. INFPs generally make me feel awkward and I'm not sure if it's because it's like meeting myself or because I feel that I might disappoint them as a human being. Laughs. Sometimes I feel so out of it that I become uncertain whether I am an INFP or INFJ. This happens only when I lose my temper. I do that once a year. Also, most writers I look up to are INFPs. What do you think of INFJs? There is a 23% chance that I might be one. I am never sure.
Are you an INFP as well?

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Cool! What stories have u published. Give here a link and ill check it out:D

I was a ghostwriter, so I write other people's projects for them. This means that books, stories and other works do not have my name or pen name on them, which is rather inconvenient. ^^" However, if you are interested, I will keep you posted when the book I am allowed to call my own comes out!
Love,
Boo

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List down english books you read, love or recommend

My first favourite YA book is How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff. The books I recommend are A Little Princess (Frances Hodgson Burnett), Beyond Good and Evil (Friedrich Nitzsche), One Hundred Years of Solitude (Gabriel Garcia Marquez), The Reason I Jump (Naoki Hagashida), Heart Of Darkness (Joseph Conrad), The Rebel (Albert Camus), The Picture of Dorian Gray (Oscar Wilde), Siddhartha (Herman Hesse).
If those are too boring for you, you can always read The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (Douglas Adams), the Discworld series (Terry Pratchett), The Alchemist (Paulo Coelho) and The Children of Dark Spaces (by me, which isn't in store yet! laughs)

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I find it delightful when I discover kind personalities on the web. I'm sure there are other words that describe you, though. This isn't much of a question, just gratitude for your being. Please thank your parents, also.

Thank you. It is rather hard to find kindness on the internet in general. I wouldn't consider myself particularly kind, but rather non-conforming. Even if society is rotten, that doesn't mean we have to be, and it doesn't make it okay for us to be. I'm sure you understand where I'm coming from. If just being humane deserves such heartwarming gratitude, then what has our society come to? Even so, this is our reality, and I appreciate this, thank you so much. You make me want to be a better human.

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อ๋าา หนูเรียนแบบอินเตอร์มาใช่มั้ยคะ ก็เลยได้ใช้ภาษาไทยค่อยข้างน้อย เข้าใจๆจ้า เพราะด้วยสังคมที่โรงเรียนน่าจะมีครูต่างชาติและเพื่อนต่างชาติเยอะเนาะ ก็ว่าภาษาอังกฤษหนูดีมากๆเลย พี่ว่าน้องน่ารักนะ ชอบตรงผมม้านี่แหละ ติดตามบล็อคของหนูอยู่น้า เห็นหนูวาดรูปสวยด้วย ส่วนงานแปลพี่เอาใจช่วยนะ สู้ๆนะคะ

ขอบคุณค่ะ!! พี่ค๊ะ หนูมีหนังสือออกเป็นภาษาอังกิดปีนี้พี่อ่านมั๊ยคะ? 555

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Hi I need your advise. Ive so many thoughts in my mind when I was alone in my room. When I switch off the light and lying on my bed there were so many thoughts and I will suddenly cried ㅜㅜㅜㅜ ineedhelp I hate reality when something not work with me as I grow older im 19 years old

Hello.
The important thing is to find out why you are feeling these emotions. Please do believe that everything can and will get better, only if you do not give up.
You may be frustrated with the world, your life or the society you are in. Remember that every circumstance changes us. It's not really good advice, but if you are feeling sad and lost, the best thing to do is cry, but after you are done crying, remember the things you were thinking about when you were crying. I believe those things are the source of your tears. After that, if I was in your position, I would figure out what I can do about it. "How can I change this?", "What is it that I hate about this thought?", "What do I really want?" I believe that if you are able to answer these questions, you will not only stop feeling lost but you will have also found your purpose, your goal, in life or for the next year. You can dream big, but start small. Remember, it's all about the journey, not the destination, and every accomplishment is to be celebrated.
(Personally, when I used to be like this, I slept with the lights on, and write my thoughts out. I tried to identify my problems by asking myself, "How do I describe this feeling?" and "Where does this feeling come from?" but most of the time, for me, it was just "I hate the world", "I hate myself and everyone in it", "I will never get better, why is this happening to me?" I spent half a decade with those words, that misery, that anger and inability to understand what is wrong with me and the world. I believe the wise option is to find out the source of your tears and then get rid of it, or if you cannot get rid of it, you get out. And if you realise there is nothing you can do about it, then know that there is no point in worrying about it in the first place since it's not gonna change! But also remember that it those thoughts are a gift in the right circumstances. There is time for everything. And the truly smart ones are those who struggle the most.)
PS. Do not give in to self-pity. You are not helpless. With a good plan, you can change the world.

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