Tuesday, 18 May 2010


infaction's a horrible, terrible thing. there's a reason why i'm starting to hate facebook too. in fact, technology in general is starting to drive me a little insane.

my earphones keep popping and giving me electric shocks, i went over my contract by about 80 quid last month so i'm poor for the next month and a half paying it back and my internet on here's being utterly ridiculous.
it took me at least 5 attempts to upload the photos from friday onto facebook. i was not impressed!

purdy blossom (:
my hand looks almost purple though.. the lighting was a tad off but what can y'do really?

sadly last night i came to a half depressing conclusion of my life. i realised it was fairly close to the one in bridget jones, only mine might become a reality which is a little sad really.
- soon, they'll all be cheery with their boyfriends and girlfriends, in jobs that they want or at least pay well. then i'll be sitting there, fat, ugly, single and alone, working in asda with a cake for company.

the saddest thing about that is the fact that i don't even like cake. 
how ironic :/ boooooo.

"take my hand, we'll hide 'till it's over"
- hurumph :/ i love that song toooooooooooo. urgh i need to cheer up.

and revise actually. considering i have an exam on thursday and my biology retake a week today. YAY!



  1. What is infaction? :S Lol, sorry, i just don't know!

  2. being completely obsessed.. it's bad. verrryyy bad in this case!

  3. Limerence is an involuntary cognitive and emotional state of intense romantic desire for another person. The term was coined by psychologist Dorothy Tennov to describe the ultimate, near-obsessive form of romantic love. Limerence is sometimes also referred to as infatuation. In common speech, infatuation includes aspects of immaturity and extrapolating from insufficient information, and is usually short-lived.

    The concept is an attempt at a scientific study into the nature of romantic love. Limerence can often be what is meant when one expresses having intense feelings of attachment and preoccupations with the love object. It can be experienced as intense joy or as extreme despair, depending on whether the feelings are reciprocated.

    According to Tennov, there are at least two types of love: limerence, what she calls "loving attachment", and "loving affection," the bond that exists between an individual and his or her parents and children.

    Limerence is characterized by intrusive thinking and pronounced sensitivity to external events that reflect the disposition of the limerent object towards the individual. Basically, it is the state of being completely carried away by unreasoned passion or love; addictive love. Usually, one is inspired with an intense passion or admiration for someone.

    Limerence is a common emotion characterized by unrealistic expectations of blissful passion without positive relationship growth or development. It is distinguished by a lack of trust, loyalty, commitment, and reciprocity. In the case of limerence, there is more often than not an obsessor and an object of desire, who may or may not be attainable.

  4. i wasn't aiming for a whole definition.. but i guess there's one there if you felt the desire to know various theories?


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