The amazing awesomeness that is me.
I have a slight, probably correct feeling, that this blog will be very ambiguous, mostly because I only have this sentence to start with:
Today should finally make me free.
Moving on, I started reading Harry Potter about a month or so ago, and I am halfway through the fourth book. I've also been planning to translate this song, but then I realised that it would be exceedingly cheesy, as opposed to the ones I already did.
In 4 days, I'll be back in Bahrain. So naturally, I've been listening to national songs, and making frequent visits to Google Maps. Sometimes even combining the two!
Above is one of many national songs. If you don't speak Arabic, or can't understand the Khaliji or the Bahraini accent/dialect, then it will sound like a happy-go-lucky song to you, which it is.
I doubt anyone else does this, but I sometimes go to my hometown and drop the Yellow Street View Guy anywhere on the map, and see what I get.
Well, I just got the graveyard.
And now I'm depressed.
My first name, Yusuf, is the Arabic version of Joseph, which means 'The lord increases' or 'God increases'. I was named after my grandfather.
My family name, Alaseeri, comes from the Arabic word 'Asir', which means 'Difficulties' or 'Hardships in life'. The family name comes from Asir Mountains, where my ancestors came from.
That means that my name is essentially 'God increases the difficulties in life'.
And that is why
I got one of those things, and the first thing I did was trade Pokémon with myself.
And then, I put my Dying DS Lite, whose screen bleeding is worse, next to my 3DS, because I want them to be friends.
And then I put the PS Vita next to them.
What is wrong with me?