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11 February 2010

Flaw Revelation + Audio Technica ONTO vs WeSC Oboe Headphones

In all honesty, one of my flaws that I love would be my ears.

My ears are not normal.  They are not tucked in.  They look like radars.

Never in my entire life have I felt conscious or insecure about it. Honest!
Maybe I'm really just thick-faced like that. Hahaha!

Seriously, I don't mind having it.  I actually love it. I love it that I'm different. And the fact that some people with the same ears as mine hate it.

Wanna know something weird?

I think we were on our 3rd month together as a couple, still in high school, I told Norvz something I noticed with the all girls he's had.

They/We all have the same kind of ears.  Just different in sizes.

✖ First there was that girl named *bleepa* who appears to me as someone possessive, childish, and arrogant just because she is a *bleeper*bleepf*bleepor*

✖ Then there was another girl named *bleep* who seems to be desperate. And a *bleep-bleeper*.  She was also *bleeper*. Ugh! She even had the guts to *bleep* a *bleep* to my *bleepbleep*

✖ Then there's another girl named *bleepa* who was a *bleeper* and is eternally jealous of me being friends with Norvz.  We were constant companions back then.  In showbiz logic, we were just really friends.  Honest.  But I like that girl.  But felt sorry for her, little does she know, she was just a *bleep*.

✖ And you guessed it right, there's another one named *bleepa* again.  She almost killed herself.  Really.

✖ That girl beside me in the picture is my best friend/ soul sister/ maid of honor and and ex too.
And yes, she has radar-like ears too.

And that trend Norvz never noticed until I told him.  He was amazed. Yes, amazed, that all along he's been involved with radar-eared ( is there such a word?? ☺) girls without his knowledge.
Those I've mentioned only covered sophomore year to juior year in high school.  I didn't care/know anymore the ones prior to that.

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And there goes my thought organization.
I didn't plan on blogging about that.
My over-active mind told my fingers to type those instead of my REALIZATION a couple of months ago which I remembered just now.

Nothing life-changing.  Just something that urges me to buy something.  Nothing new with that.

You see, it was in college when I started noticing that it's hard for headphones to stay in my ears.  They start by getting loose until one of them falls off.  I never really took the time to think about why it did.

Last year, I thought of something revolutionary. Hahaha!! What a term!

No wonder regular and/or in-ear headphones don't stay in my ears, it's because my ears are outward!  It pushes the headphones out!


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