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I use mothwash, sometimes I floss. I've got a family and I drink cups of tea. I've got nostalgic pavements, I've got familiar faces, I've got mixed up memories and I've got favourite places. And I'm singing at home on a friday night and I hope everything's gonna be alright!

After all I'm just the girl with the camera who takes pictures of anything!

Late at night (on my way home or when I can't sleep) I like always listen to Lali Puna

Screw the money, I've got rules

Favourite quote: "Those awful things are survivable, because we are as indestructable as we believe ourselves to be. (...) that part of us greater than the sum of our parts cannot begin and cannot end and so it cannot fail" (Looking for Alaska)

Oh, and I like Rainworms!

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Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
Books: Kennedys Brain, Paper Towns, Will Grayson Will Grayson, Some Shakespeare and Dürenmatt... At the moment I am reading An Abundance Of Catherines

Music: Kent, Jamie Cullum, Dúné, Arctic Monkeys, Sigur Rós and Jónsi, Alex Day, Kasabian, VETO, Turboweekend, Mads Langer, Kaizers Orchestra, Timid Tiger, Tomte, Bonaparte, Fanfarlo, The Postal Service, CutCopy, One-Two and (believe me) A LOT more....
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At 2:55pm on March 7, 2011, Erik Hjalmar said…

I saw I've actually mentioned my idea for a book (sociopath/empath) like 10 times already, so I think I'll shut up about about it now... :p


So here's my question, it's actually a sort of turn-around of your question: What's the nicest thing you've ever said to anyone?

Also, do you remeber whe you were the happiest you've ever been? if so, when was it?


At 2:45pm on March 7, 2011, Erik Hjalmar said…

0_o I think it's getting close to being scary how similar we are... I actually had the exact same answer to my own question. I don't get that cold that often, and I hate being warm and sweaty so i actually prefer being cooled down. And like you said, it's a little easier to be cooled down than it is to be warmed up, and being from Sweden, I'm used to the cold and having to wear layers and layers of clothing. So we're pretty similar in that way, but then I realised that I also prefer drinking to eating. Or at least drinking when I'm thirsty to eating when I'm hungry. All though that is a lot tighter race...


You ask very difficult questions my dear... I'm not even sure I can answer the second one, but I think I can answer the first one. Right Now, I think it's "La Noyee" by Yann Tiersen. It's from "Amelie" and it never fails to bring me chills and make me really, really happy. And it's not even song in it, it's just music! :D But It's SOO Happy!! And you get especially happy if you know in what scene they play the song. :) But that is Right Now. I can change by tomorrow... especially since I've re-discovered Kent. (again :p) And some of the songs I never really listened to before.

The second question... I don't hink i have an answer for that actually... I can't remember EVER saying anything mean and actually meaning it. I've thought mean stuff and meant it, but I've never said them out loud. I can't think of a single moment actually... :/ Hmm that is actually a little strange... I guess I'm a little Too nice to people, maybe I should start saying what I think. But I have a really hard time being mean. Sometimes I say exactly what i think about certain things, and I've had some people become upset by my veiws, but I don't hink that counts. Especially since we usually work out our differences rather quickly. So I'm sorry but I don't have an answer.. Your answers?

At 2:29pm on March 7, 2011, Erik Hjalmar said…

I agree about piano being dificult to learnm, but honestly I think the result is ultimately worth it, (depending on the result of course.. :p) It's just that lessions are really expensive. But yeah, doing one thing with one hand and something completely differet with the other might be little over my league too. Of course, I haven't tried... and who knows maybe I'm the next Mozart? Probably not though...


I've heard that Portal might make people sea sick and that some people have suffered major headaches from it, so it's really not a game for everyone, but I really suggest you try it. There is a wonderful computer program called "Steam", that is free to get and it lets you buy games off the internet directly. It's a very efficient way of buying games. Although I guess you could just go to a local game store... Anyway Portal Is avalible on PC (And Mac :D), so you don't have to have a playstation to play it. :)

I'll get off your back about this now... Have you read Watchmen yet? :p (joking of course)


I was actually really inspired by Will Grayson's way of deviding the chapters, so inspired in fact that I'm writing a story of my own with a similar theme. Only instead of having the protagonists be two guys named will grayson, it'll have one sociopath and one empath who go to the same psychologist. I think it's a pretty cool idea (If I intend to blow my own horn) and I've gotten pretty far in my head about how the story will go. And I've always felt that you should put your ideas to paper. So i sat at a café today and wrote in a notebook. It was nice. :)

At 1:54pm on March 7, 2011, Erik Hjalmar said…

... oooookayyy. This is slightly awkward. I think I'll just go straight back and continue to be witty and answer on your messages like nothing happened. And start checking this page more often, since apparently the mail-thing doesn't work.

Anyways, thanks for saying that my videos are great! :D I try to put in at least some work into them, and I try to actually be funny and interesting. It's pretty hard though, and about the "not knowing what to talk about crap" if that's annoying to you then maybe you shouldn't watch my later videos... :p

But now that I have your permission to talk about the philosophical stuff, that shouldn't be a problem, at least not for a while. :)


heh! I didn't know there where more people than I who made up stories abouut the LEGO stuff they built. I used to go on adventures with the "men" I built with my brother. And when the Bionicle thing came, we would buy half the set each and fight eachother with the creations. I actually still have a lot of them left on a bookshelf in my room, I don't play with them (>_>) but I think they're a nice reminder of that time. :)

I actually use music in that way too. ^^ I go on walks in combination with the music, so I get a little excercise, and I've found that it's a lot easier to think of deep philosophical things and stories when I'm moving around. It's like the brain gets more blood that way or something. Maybe I should start NOT bringing trouble into bed (I know... I sounds... :p), like I mentioned before, when I sleep, I sleep very deeply, but it the falling asleep that can almost be impossible some times. 

At 3:54pm on January 12, 2011, Erik Hjalmar said…

PS: I actually put my new webcam to use and did a couple of vlogs. :)
I was wondering, is it OK if I talk about what we discuss here? Like, our extremely philosophical questions? And I was thinking that maybe I could answer old questions more thoroughly in video format. :)

Let me know.

At 3:49pm on January 12, 2011, Erik Hjalmar said…

I'm not sure whether a World Peace Machine would be possible, but I think it might be a little much to ask of Santa. ;) The only think I want is anAperture Science Handheld Portal Device, capable of creating intra-dimensional gates, and making it possible to jump from one place to another withing literally a second.

BTW if you haven't played Portal you need to remedy that Right now! It's not very expensive and as someone put it, it's the most fun you can have with your PC right now. I don't know if you've played a lof of computer games, but Portal really is as mindbending as Inception, only you're the one doing the stuff. :)


I don't really listen to music when I get Up in the morning. But I DO listen to music when I go to bed, I really amost can't sleep without music in my ears. Or I can't get to sleep, I can sleep prefectly well without music but falling asleep is pretty much impossible.


I did like Will Grayson, Will Grayson very much. ^^ I really liked the way the split up the boolk. I'm actually thinking of writing something similar, about an empath and a sociopath. What did you think? (did you read it?)


Ok so, here's a weird question: Do you prefer to be cooled down after being really hot, or being warmed up after being really cold? Which feels better? :p


Have a nice day/morning/evening/night/whatever it is where you are.


At 3:27pm on January 12, 2011, Erik Hjalmar said…

Not only do I think that escaping reality for a while is good for you, I think it's essential to your mental health. There is So much Suck in the world that experiencing it all, all the time without breaks, is really something that will eventually send you to a small room with mattresses for walls. I'm a member on a website called The Escapist, so maybe it doesn't come as much of a shock that I like to escape, by playing videogames and watching TV-series and movies.

Another way I escape is my boulding with LEGO. I mean I don't do that anymore (;) but when I did  it, it was like a Zen moment for me. I was completely relaxed and concentrated on nothing but the next piece in my awesome construction. Do you have something like that? A moment where you feel like you're in you own little private bubble and nothing can get to you? It's a pretty great feeling.

Yes, I have in fact seen Inception; I thought it was brilliant. ^^ It was like the feeling you got when you saw the Matrix for the first time. Only people had told me what happened in the Matrix, and I knew almost Nothing of Inception. So to me it was actually More impressive. :)

Both Inception and The Matrix made you question if your reality was the real one, and I lay sleepless at night trying to find and answer, which is ironic when you think about it. But I really like that about Inception.It made you see things is a slightly different way. :)


Here's some more stuff by Tim Minchin. I think both those songs are bloody brilliant, And he's amazing at playing piano! *_* I've actually serioulsy started thinking about aquiring a piano of some sort and start playing. I don't know how yet, but I'll think of something. :)

At 2:53pm on January 12, 2011, Erik Hjalmar said…

Hej, and thank you :) My christmas was just fine.

Spent it like I always do. With my dad during the afternoon and early evening and my mom the other times. I didn't get a lot of stuff that was on my list, I got alot of money though. So I've been spending them on late christmas presents to myself. I bought a pretty expensive web cam (with a mic!) for example. ^^

My New Years was actually completely different from how I normally spend it. This year I went to a party my friend was having instead of staying at home with my family. It was pretty great actually, I don't normally feel really comfortable at parties (on the count of how I don't drink) but since I knew the hosts, I actually felt right at home. :) And I made some new friends in the process, And I actually got to know some Nerdfighters! :O I never would have guessed, I thought Umeå had like maybe 5 people who new what that was, but as it turns out, At least 5 people know what it is. :p And I'm in the process of telling some of my friends that they shouldn't freak out, but their bodies might be made of awesome. They're a bit skeptical though...


I also get facinated by coincidences like that. Especially time related coincidences; like this one time, I was teaching my little sister how to count, and I was like "1, 2, 3, 4..." and then I saw that my watch was at 12:34. :D I started to laugh, no-one else got it though. :/p>


Hmm I'll have to remember to ask you about David Tennant and Matt Smith in the future. I haven't gotten that far yet. I had a sort of Doctor Who frenzy, and now I'm sort of sick of it. (for the moment :p) I watched the first 2 seasons in like a weekend, so I'm not really that into the idea of starting a new season. For a while. Have you ever had that, you "over watch" something and now you don't want to even hear about it? (for a while)




At 3:14pm on December 23, 2010, Erik Hjalmar said…

Oh and PS:
I really like this video by Australian Comedy Musician and Atheist Tim Minchin. (link)

Let me know what you think. :)

At 3:12pm on December 23, 2010, Erik Hjalmar said…

I'm glad you don't hink it's weird that I care about fictional charaters. I thought about it and, well, I say: if the characters are "real" enough to form an emotional bond with you, then it's obviously a good show/game/film/whatever. And I'm all better now, I think it affected me so much because one of the characters reminded me of someone I really care about, who I can't meet anymore.. but then again, that's just good characterisation. :)

I honestly don't know if I would take a job with HUGE responsibility, even if meant I could change a lot of things for the better. Beacuse I think It's very easy to have to make decisions that has no clear winners. I think that is a lot of the things in politics. Just trying to keep everybody happy, while fighting a war and a global recession (if we take the job as the President of the United States of America). I think that sort of work would be soul-crishing eventually, and you would just turn into a boring gray politician after like the first week on the job. 

But on the other hand I would really like to be able to make a difference in the world... you ask tough questions my dear... Do you have an answer for you own question?

And also keeping in the spirit of really deep questions: You've been a REALLY good person and Santa grants you ONE wish for christmas. It can be anything, he's got an amazing creator-machine and he can make any material possession. Any, even if it doesn't exist yet. The only thing it can't make is peace in earth or for people to realize that we're all human even if we look different.

You can have ONE material thing. What would it be? (you can narrow it down to a few options if you want... I still haven't thought of anything... :p)


Merry Christmas, and if I don't hear from you 'til then Happy New Year. And make sure you Don't Forget To Be Awesome next year too. :)


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