Archive for December 31st, 2009
Mood - Kickass!

Mood - Kickass!

2009 is about to end.

And now, we all prepare to greet 2010 in hopes that it will be a better and a much more prosperous year for everyone~

Also, it’s time for sheep to close the voting poll and reveal the results~

Chang~~~! ↓

Ah~ <^ε^> So there are more female readers flooding this blog. (Laughs)

Well, thank you ladies for your support and corporation~

Guys, it’s ok. I still adore you all just as much~ (Laughs)

Baa~ <u_u>

I shall not keep you here too long. You probably can’t wait to jack off for the countdown, ne?

Please be careful out there and don’t drink alcoholic beverages if you are going to drive!

Stay safe, that’s an order~!

Sheep is going to spend time searching for this song, “Something Missing” by Michi. It’s a really awesome song. What’s even awesome is the video beneath! ↓

Bayonetta — directed by Hideki Kamiya who is responsible for giving birth to Devil May Cry~

Suppose you are not into guns and kickass babes, then please just listen to the song~

Sore ja — baa-bai~

Mood - Unknown

Mood - Unknown

This question has been stuck to my head for some time now. ↓

“What happens when we stop needing? Do we still desire?”

As in, when all needs are fulfilled, is there anything else we want?

In relationship wise, there will be needs and wants. I have no idea how many people think that needs are most important of all in a relationship or desire tops it all. Some may say they both come equally.

I’m sure you’ve heard of lyrics that goes along the lines of “I need you like water —” and whatever there is to synthesize with. Then there are those who sing, “I want you, I want you tonight~~~~~♥!”

Though I’ve never been delivered of such loving words but through observation, I managed to fathom out which word is more emotionally driven or shall I say, the word that turns a person on. Is it “I need you” or “I want you”?

Well I’d say — desire wins a person’s heart, not needs.

My reason is — Needs can be fulfilled in many ways. If you are lonely, you can have friends to accompany you. If you are bored, you can play video games. Or you’re upset, perhaps a good movie is enough to crack you up. Either way, you can bounce back to happiness on your own if you are independent.

What I’m trying to say is — needs can be replaced.

“No, I really need my boyfriend. He is the only one who can make me happy!” I hear you retorting. True. He is of importance. You totally pivot on him like an oxygen tank. Even if you both argued and on the verge to break up, you still go back to him because you need him. No one else can take you out of the darkness. Some people are in constant need of a companion that it doesn’t matter who the person is as long as they don’t feel alone.

Do you really want to live like this? Always in need? How about always being needed but not wanted?

I can’t possibly answer for others. Personally, I dislike it when people say they need me. I’d always feel that once I’m done doing them a favor, they’d leave me. And all I can do is hope that they will want to stay with me a little longer, not by force of a need.

Many a times I feel like a valuable asset to others. But that’s just about it; an asset, a tool. And once they figure out other means to fill that need without me, I don’t exist and they stop coming to me because I’m not wanted to begin with.

With that, I look in disgust whenever a person claims he/she needs me. It’s as if they have nobody else and they are forced to seek me instead. I’m pretty much the last person to ever resort to because I’m very selfish and cold. I don’t like to take care and be responsible for other people’s feelings.

Anyway, let’s take the rich people as an example. They have everything, don’t they? Wealth, good looks, splendid life, fame, friends — everything YET they still feel somewhat lonesome.

What do you think they need?

They can have top notch buddies to play around with but is that what they want? Another day with people to just get by with? No, this is the point whereby their desires hunger.

There’s a saying for the rich people, “I can have anything in the world, but I only want you” or something like that.

This pretty much breaks the boundaries of needs. From something so ordinary to extremely precious.

It’s like, “I already have everything I need. Now the question is — Do I still want you?” kind of thing.

Just ask yourself how many times you need something/someone although you don’t want to and —  how many times you want something/someone despite that you don’t actually need?

For instance, you need to be nice to your ex-boyfriend because he is in the same circle of friends. You don’t want to but you don’t want to impose others, therefore you just force yourself to be good.

Love is ruled emotionally, when we fall in love — we ignore logic and warnings. We don’t care, we just want him/her.

I’m not trying to teach people how love works. Like I’ve said, it’s just my thoughts and I want to express it openly.

All I know is — Let me first make a confession: I’m a cruel user. I do make use of people and when I’m done, I’d ditch them. I don’t fancy being needed nor in need of others. However, I always hope that people can win my heart so that we can continue being friends and not just tools for one another.

I don’t want to pivot on a person. I don’t want to hold hands because I need to in order to keep the love going. I want to be able to desire being with that special person. I want him to know that I can go through tough times on my own and that I can seek comfort else where or from others –but– I don’t want them. I choose you. And please feel honored and not take this as a responsibility, my love. Because I’m with you based on my own will — not by strings attached.


The Distorted Sheep

Additional notes: Uh — but when it comes to marketing, ‘needs’ are more important than ‘wants’. When a person is in a buying mode, the mindset focuses on how practical and useful the item is. Unless you can somehow persuade the buyer to purchase your items. Otherwise, just attack their needs in that department! (Laughs)