Posts Tagged ‘Self-referentialism’


This is another self-referential post. It is just a non-sense and it is because I am curious to know what the wordpress will give me when I publish it. In the last 10 posts, WordPress was pushing me to overpass the barrier of 100 posts: “remaining 7 posts to the 100th post Goal”, “remaining 6 posts to the 100th post Goal”, etc…

Well let’s see if it was worth it: (more…)


This is a self-referential post. What does this mean?

Self-referentialism is something that refers to itself. And because this post is going to talk about this subject, so it is going to talk about itself, thus it is a ‘self-referential post’ and it is by itself a first example of self-referentialism.  (more…)


It’s funny how someone promise forever without realizing that nothing in the world is certain…

It’s funny how we find many friends during parties, but no one during our down moment…

It’s funny how people get too possessive of something or someone they don’t even own…

It’s funny how people still can manage to laugh, after a painful heartbreak…

It’s funny how someone could be good on taking care of others, while that person also needs someone to take care of him… (more…)