Damn. Year three and still present. You know what, Bazooka Rocks III can be summarised in just four words: YOU ME AT SIX. They owned the show. They deserved the Headliner title. Those guys are monsters. Hands down. Do yourself a favour and watch them live.
Anyway, I spent the Bazooka Rocks weekend with the best people! Soooo for some pics…
This week was pretty crazy. Insane, actually. Didn’t sleep for almost three days. Hopped on a plane en route to Singapore. Watched The 1975’s concert then Bombay Bicycle Club’s the next day. Tried to catch up with work. Didn’t sleep again. SLEEP. I need sleep. Yadaaa yadaa.
I was in Singapore with Sherica this week. Singapore. Again. For the fourth time this year. I think it’s the chicken rice, guys (Side story: I am obsessed with chicken rice). HAAA! I was ‘scheduled’ to be in Singapore this month so I bought a ticket for The 1975’s concert but apparently, I didn’t need to be there. I didn’t want my concert ticket to go to waste so a few days later, I found myself asking Sherica if she wants to visit Singapura with me. The rest was history. I was a proper tourist this time!!! I FINALLY got the chance to explore the country more and visit Universal Studios (after ‘living’ there for two months, thank god).
In your twenties you learn that you never really become an adult, just that people start expecting you to act like one. So you start pretending to be grown up, even though you still feel like a scared little child.
And if you’re smart, no matter how good you get at playing the adult, you won’t forget that underneath it all, at any age, you are always a scared little child, with no real idea of what you are doing. That way, you will forgive yourself easier when you screw up, become afraid, act weak, and hide from truth. For these things will also always be with you.
And that self-knowledge will remind you that everybody else are scared little children too, and that will make it easier to forgive them when they screw up. And you will not believe other people who want to pretend that they have it all and know it all, and you will not be surprised when they too fall on their ass.
And you will naturally show love and compassion to yourself and everyone, as you would naturally show love and compassion to a child. – Hugh Powell