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All of the pages for TCM Vol I have been remastered! YAY!!
They are being sent off for editorial now to catch any embarrassing typos or mistakes (certainly spotted some in this...er...7th round of independent edits).

Hopefully there will be another update soon.
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IT'S 102% FUNDED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
AAAAAAAAAAA
(has forgotten how to insert emojis and doesn't even know if emoji accounts still exist but just imagine a pacman ricocheting excitedly in a box)

I AM SO HAPPY ;__;
Thanks everyone in here who has backed a book (and read it when it was ongoing). Now I get to put all those pretty pages in between a pretty cover -- the comic's ideal medium tbh. I can't wait to make the most beautiful GN to exist on this planet.

There won't be any work done until the beginning of 2019, due to the holiday season (also, I'm drowning in freelance and other stuff lmao). What's planned ahead is book design, copyediting, and merch production!! YEAH.

Also now that Vol I is funded, it's opened the door for Vol II (OMG). Will let you know when that comes out, and will keep yall updated on the production of Everything.

;______; < 3
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Hey gang!! It's been awhile -- so I thought to give yall an update about things happening in this land.

1. The Carpet Merchant Vol I is 94% FUNDED!!! It's so close now, and I'm hoping real hard it hits 100% before the end of the year. Thanks to everyone who has been so supportive and patient as we gathered up the $$ to print this book. If you haven't yet, support it here: unbound.com/books/the-carpet-m…

2. On that note, the ebook edition of The Carpet Merchant Vol II is finally available. If you wanna reread the story in a nice, convenient PDF (and not on this site with its terrible reading experience), download the ebook here: reimenayee.itch.io/the-carpet-…
Vol I is up on the same shop too, but for a limited time.

3a. 2019 is gonna be one heck of a busy year for me! I've 3 graphic novels to develop: the print edition of TCM, Seance Tea Party and (a series I'm writing for). I am in the midst of remastering the artwork for TCM, as well as writing a transcript! Basically a prose version of the comic for the visually impaired. I finished the writing of the other two books, and am going to thumbnail both of them. @____@ It's crazy wild. But hopefully that means we'll get real stuff happening soon!

3b. Then I've two webcomics ??? I'm cooking up.
The first is the next story in The World in Deeper Inspection. Zeynel and Alfie will return! More worldbuilding! More sad feels! It's kinda like a sequel but also not! Anyway, I'm enjoying writing more about Alfie and fleshing out his personality/life story, and am excited to see how he'll bridge us to the main cast of TWIDI.
Some of you who have been watching me on DA forever may know I've had this particular character for a long time now, since the first ever entry of my webcomic, a short story caled Mr. Alcott B. Grimsley.
(Alfie appears here as a tombstone, HAHAHA, previously sharing the name Alcott with my Jersey Devil detective boy)
It's really nice to see him transform into a richer, more colourful character as my writing matured. I hope I do his story justice, even though it's shorter than TCM.


tumblr piwpaje0tG1qd1evd 540 by reimena

The other webcomic is something I can't reveal much right now, since I don't want to jinx it (it's getting overwhelmed by the 4 other comics I've already talked about).

4. Life stuff? Not much. Tumblr's tumbling down as you may have heard. I'm still staying cos I like my dashboard. I did my taxes (wow adult life). I'm cutting down on freelance to focus on the crazy amount of comics I'm making, and also... to focus on other projects, some art-related, some not. I've chosen to cut back on hustling for 2019 because it eats up so much time. Now that I'm somewhat more stable with my book advances and my day job as an editor for Hiveworks Comics, I can afford to...do less. (Do Less is a laughable phrase considering the comics workload) BUT I REALLY MEAN IT.

That's all I have for now! I'll probs come back again when The Carpet Merchant Vol I hits 100% so I can cry (tears of joy) with all of you. But until then, peace.
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  • Reading: about fairy tales
  • Watching: lines appear
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  • Drinking: for the next 4 years
Hey YALL, just a quick update about The Carpet Merchant Vol I!

It's 67%! The deadline is REMOVED, so the campaign is running indefinitely.

There's a Halloween Special on Unbound. Get 10% off all new pledges by using the code UNBOO. This is great if you've been waiting for a discount!! Offer code expires Halloween midnight.

BECOME A BACKER TODAY --> unbound.com/books/the-carpet-m…

ANYWAY,
Thanks so much yall!!

I'm really busy lately. Got quite a lot of freelance on my own hands, in addition to doing the remastering of TCM Vol I, and the transcript for it. PLUS the new graphic novel I'm making with Random House. @______@

It's exciting though! And it really shows how far I've come since my Neopets days (this DA account has my Neopets nonsense in it haha).
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  • Drinking: for the next 4 years
Hey everyone!! It's been more than a month since my last update, and I've a lot to talk about!

- THE CARPET MERCHANT VOL I CROWDFUND IS STILL HAPPENING!! But there's officially less than a month left until the campaign is over! If you love The Carpet Merchant and want to make this book a REAL THING, hardcover and all, please become a backer (or share the comic!). unbound.com/books/the-carpet-m…

£10,000 left to raise!

DEADLINE: September 15th 2018

TCMVIBookmockup by reimena

- The Carpet Merchant Vol I has a Goodreads page! If you enjoy the comic, I'd really appreciate it if you could write up a review, or rate it. Letting people what you think about the comic, especially in a curated public space like Goodreads, helps to increase the comic's visibility, and get it more new readers! www.goodreads.com/book/show/39…

- Where did I disappear to for one month? I went to America! Started in LA, and ended in NYC!
I flew all the way there to attend the Eisner Award ceremony at SDCC. The Carpet Merchant didn't win! But that's ok, because I already know how much this comic meant to so many people, spiritually and emotionally, and that's no better reward for a writer (though admittedly, I'm competitive enough to WANT TO WIN).

Here are some pictures from the ceremony itself:
Screen Shot 2018-08-23 at 11.22.59 AM by reimena

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And here's a thread on Twitter that I used as a log for my American adventures. Lots of food, lots of sights seen! twitter.com/reimenayee/status/…

- Next steps: for now I'm just chilling. I do miss just drawing and being experimental with art, so that's what I've been doing.
There are more comics in the future - some of them exciting but I can't announce yet. I'll let you know when the announcement is out!

Anyway, thank you all so much for the support! I really do appreciate it and I regret not being able to convey it better through the online. ;o;

AGAIN, THERE'S ONLY LESS THAN A MONTH LEFT TO SUPPORT THE CARPET MERCHANT BOOK!!
unbound.com/books/the-carpet-m…

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Hey yall, a quick update:
TCM's already approaching its finale. So for the next week everyday I'm going to flood your notifications with updates - it's a lot of pages! The best thing is that you all will be among the FIRST people who would have read all of TCM until the end (everyone else has to wait a week later).

Gosh I can't believe we are all here already....thanks so much everyone for being there with me from its beginning all the way till its end. I'm not going to have Emotions yet until I actually finish the very last page but man.

;________________;
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  • Reading: about fairy tales
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  • Drinking: for the next 4 years
unbound.com/books/the-carpet-m…

IT'S FINALLY HAPPENING!!

I'm working together with Unbound, a crowdfunding publisher from the UK and an imprint of Penguin Random House, to bring this comic to print! I absolutely trust the people in Unbound to deliver the book in the shape/form it's meant to be presented in (plus my in-house editor Lizzie worked on my favourite European comics which influenced the style of TCM).

Anyway, let's get to the hard details: the book, and the backer rewards a.k.a exclusive TCM merch.

THE BOOK
A full colour, 336+ pages hardback, containing all the pages in Vol I. Plus some things. And the new cover.

TCMVIBookmockup by reimena


THE REWARDS/MERCH
Hoho, the fun bit! I've prepared some exclusive TCM merch for anyone who wants them.

Reward01a by reimena

Reward02 by reimena


Bookplate

Bookmarks (unlockable + stretch goal designs). Currently one by me, and one awesome exclusive by choodraws. More to come. ;O

Letterpress postcard. Cos I am extra. Printed by The Alphabet Press.

Nightingale enamel pin. 1.25", hard enamel.

Exclusive print by Katie O'Neill/strangelykatie. Look at how cute my kids are, I cry. ;_;

Signed Copy

Commission Tiers (ask me to draw yourself, your pet or TCM-related things)

ANYWAY, YALL, PLEASE GO BACK THE BOOK! THANK YOU!!
unbound.com/books/the-carpet-m…

Thanks to everyone on DA who has been reading the comic for the past few years, right until its finale (SOON, SOON).

 


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THE BOOK

GET READY

(I finally know how much a basic book tier is and it's $57 INCLUDING shipping)
(YEAH OMG SORRY ABOUT THE SHIPPING COST, but I did warn yall with a pretty good estimate haha)
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IT'S HAPPENING SOON!!!

TCM anim 06 by reimena

I'm working with a UK publisher to launch a KS campaign very soon! In addition to the hardcover copy of the book (which can be signed if you so choose), I will also have exclusive TCM merch. Bookmarks, prints, and enamel pin. *O*
 
The Carpet Merchant Vol I Book by reimena

Get your money ready! I'd recommend around $50 to cover for shipping of the book.
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YALL!! www.comic-con.org/awards/2018-…



[internally screaming] I still haven’t completely processed how big of a deal this is yet, as I’m mostly just glad that TCM is getting recognised, but!! It’s BIG.

1) I’m the first Malaysian ever to be nominated.
2) This comic??! A genre story with a mostly-POC cast, 2 Muslim protagonists in a healthy loving relationship, in a non-Western setting, made by a Southeast Asian/Malaysian WOC?? Getting seen like this?!?

I made this comic primarily to fill up the void in comics for positive (or at least, mundane) representation of the people I’ve lived with all my life. It’s great to see that it’s appreciated! But I hope TCM isn’t the first, or shouldn’t be anyone’s last or only when it comes to Muslim/diverse historical fantasy. There are so many others, ownvoices or not, who have made media in this genre (here’s some I collected in a Twitter thread).

Anyway this nomination is for everyone. For Muslims, for Turks, for Southeast Asian and Malaysian creatives, and for anyone from outside the West who wants to write stories that exist outside of the Western tradition of storytelling. And thanks to everyone who has read and supported TCM since 2016! < 33

AND IF YOU'VE DONE COMICS, please vote for The Carpet Merchant on the Eisner Voting website. Voting for it will only increase its chances of winning the ACTUAL AWARD. ---> www.eisnervote.com/
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HEY YALL!! I've turned The Carpet Merchant into an ebook bundle: PDFs each of the two chapters, and a guidebook with all the research and historical background behind the story. It's pay-what-you-want, and you can get it here: reimenayee.itch.io/the-carpet-…


I've just finished university and I'm just waiting for my graduation. In the meantime, been busy with Christmas freelance, and finding the time to work on TCM while doing all the things I've been wanting to do (learning code, a new language, reading books, etc).
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  • Watching: lines appear
  • Playing: with fate
  • Eating: all the good food
  • Drinking: for the next 4 years
I'm thinking about doing some tutorials (it'll be course-structured in a PDF, and with some blog versions); what would you like me to do?

1. Character design
2. Unique/ambitious comic layouts
3. How to make/start a webcomic
4. Colours
5. Etc

You can suggest more than one!! Or anything that isn't mentioned.

ABOUT The Carpet Merchant:
I'm still working on Volume II! I have been busy with school lately

The Kickstarter/Indiegogo is ready - the book, the cover, the rewards, the suppliers, the costs etc - but the release date is pushed back to late 2017/early 2018. There are actually two reasons for this: the big one being that I'm in my last year of uni and thought it would be best if I focus on the campaign after graduation. The second is....I can't say. But I am exploring my options, that's for sure. I apologise for the delay in getting the physical book to you!! But at least this year you will get to read Vol II!
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  • Watching: lines appear
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I can't create polls because I don't have Core, so I'm making a journal. I wanna ask your opinion about the cover of the book and the enamel pin that I'm creating for the Kickstarter publication of the comic.

COVER:
I've four sketches! They will be lineart on top of a solid background (the goal is to get it as foil stamping on top of a clothbound cover). Which do you like?
The best cover gets to be on the book and as a letterpress print.



ENAMEL PIN
These are going to be limited edition rewards. Pick one which you like the best!



Subscribe to the newsletter ->> tinyletter.com/reimenayee to get some email updates and a direct announcement of the Kickstarter launch when it happens.
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Hey guys (and robots)! If you're not already aware, I recently finished Vol I of my webcomic (which you can read here), and I'm in the midst of planning a Kickstarter for a printed book! I'm just writing this journal to let you know I've set up a project landing page AND a newsletter for you to follow the development of the book directly.

Project landing page: reimenayee.com/the-carpet-merc…
Newsletter: tinyletter.com/reimenayee

I'm currently doing the cover art, the artwork for the enamel pin, editing the pages for silly mistakes, and waiting on the quotes for the book specs + fulfillment service. I'll send my very first newsletter once I get some art done!

Please subscribe! It'll make it easier for me to contact you < 3
Thanks!! Have a lovely day
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YO!!! I just finished updating the first chapter of the comic thing I was doing! If you haven't read it yet, it's 126 pages of beautiful, delicious content - chocked full of patterns (which I liked doing but BOY was it hard work), feels and lots of detail (both visually and narrative-ly). You can read it here on DA, or ideally, please go to the main website: alcottgrimsley.com/twidi/cvico…

The Carpet Merchant of Konstantiniyya is about an ordinary (if socially nervous) guy from 17th century Ottoman Istanbul who wanted nothing more than to remain ordinary and honest, be a supportive husband for his ambitious wife, and continue living his days till he dies a good person. All these he did very well. Especially the last part, which he didn't expect to come so soon - one clear night on his way to the Balkans, when he was helping a lost soul. A big mistake...
Forced into an unfortunate and extraordinary circumstance, he must reconcile his identity with his curse, and adapt himself to the strange new world that has opened up. To add salt to the wound, when an old enemy finds him a century later, he must also learn to come to terms with the vampire who turned him.

I have never been so excited and passionate about making a comic in so long (ok well The World in Deeper Inspection as a whole is my passion project, so it's not unusual). It's been amazing to see how Zeynel has developed within these few months, despite being my OC son for 6 years now, and I am eager to tell his story. Once my exams are done I will get right on to Chapter 2!!
  • Listening to: The Sound of Computer Fan
  • Reading: about silly things
  • Watching: some Satoshi Kon movie
  • Playing: with my life
  • Eating: life
  • Drinking: happiness
Now, approximately 3 years of silence from the DA blogosphere should send the alarm bells ringing, but fortunately when I took my leave DA was already experiencing a mass exodus to Tumblr. Now I came back under my own accord, having enjoyed some years of pilgrimage in that terrible blue site. It is not without its good and bad times, and my following there is rather nice. Still I long for the days when things were more quiet, but simultaneously involved. All I want to do now is to post art for the enjoyment of fans without having to be scrutinised under an all-seeing eye, constantly watching for any misstep, yet only sees what it likes to see. What is this feeling? Is this age? Is this experience? Is this a backwards progression? Do celebrities feel this way?

TL;DR I am back on DA cos I want a quieter place to post art. I don't miss the grayish green layout however.

If you aren't aware I am much more involved and prominent on places like Twitter, Tumblr and my official webcomic site. Mostly the first two. It's easier to update and words take lil to no energy.

Things sure have changed plenty. I used to have many friends here but they have moved on now with their real lives.
  • Listening to: The Sound of Computer Fan
  • Reading: about silly things
  • Watching: some Satoshi Kon movie
  • Playing: with my life
  • Eating: life
  • Drinking: happiness
GREETINGS SOME-WHO-MAY-BE-ROBOT-SPIES:

Just dropping by to say I have a Society6 shop, where my more graphical-looking kinds of art are on sale in a variety of things such as bags, phone covers, mugs, pillows and more!





I also have an important announcement:
Two months ago I worked on an artbook for The World in Deeper Inspection - my first ever self-published thing!
It's 16 pages of full illustrations (something like the last three pictures, as you can see in my main gallery). They are FULL-COLOURED, and A5 sized, with glossy pages like in magazines and stuff. And they cost about $15 not including a small shipping fee (because I live in Malaysia).

So, since I've very LIMITED copies, of only 15, you can get them online OVER HERE.

It comes with a free postcard, as well as an autograph with a sketch request or random doodles if unspecified.




  • Listening to: The Sound of Computer Fan
  • Reading: about silly things
  • Watching: some Satoshi Kon movie
  • Playing: with my life
  • Eating: life
  • Drinking: happiness

I've Come Here to Inspect Deeply

Journal Entry: Sun Apr 7, 2013, 10:33 PM
GREETINGS FELLOW ROBOTS
I've returned from my very unexciting, very uninteresting journey to the realm of A Normal Life. It was, normal at best. Normal sleeping hours, normal meal times, normal activities, only peppered by the most extraordinary of plans and future things.

Do you remember the Big Important Exam that tortured me for the whole of last year? I survived that. I had to stand among fellow tortured inmates as my Maths teacher stood at the podium announcing the names of those who got Straight As. All four of them are not me. And then she went on to mention those who got All As and 1 B, and of course, as it always must be for about 80% of my life (recently people I've met are now pronouncing my name correctly from the first go WHICH IS AWESOME), she pronounced my name wrongly.

I THINK THAT IS GOOD. Well, at least, good enough to get me into good colleges, which is very very very VERY few if you live in this city in this country. So little options. I'm heading straight to A-Levels, a pre-university program that's international but originated in the UK, and I'm taking a tough subject combination - Literature, Maths, Biology and Chemistry - which is self-imposed torture but THE THINGS YOU DO TO BECOME ACADEMICALLY AWESOME AND TORTURED.

Also happy happy days, if you paid attention lately I have started The World in Deeper Inspection. Finally! I am actually doing something with this 3 Year Old Project. A good way to round up the end of my secondary education. I'm very happy of what I've done for it so far and I hope you check it out and share it with the world because I also need the exposure and the views hehehehehehehehe.

WHERE ARE ALL MY HOMIES
DA is dead for me now. :p


Original Journal Coding By *blob-kitty. Edited by Reimena Ashel Yee.
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  • Reading: about silly things
  • Watching: some Satoshi Kon movie
  • Playing: with my life
  • Eating: life
  • Drinking: happiness
It's been a long time coming, but unobviously I finished my Big Important Life-Killing Exams two months ago (has it been two months? All that build-up for nothing), and am now waiting tentatively for Results Day, which would be another story to be posted on DA when it comes.

See, people, there is one bad thing about having a hiatus and that it's weaning yourself off the thing you are hiatus-ing. Checking DA is starting to fall out of habit; mainly because right now, personally, my art life is flourishing in Tumblr, and in the most unexpected of places, Facebook (SORRY, but getting to be friends with tons of local industry professionals (some renowned) and having an equal relationship with them?? That's too good!). My friends, who I spent 6 years of DA-ting together, have fallen out of this place as well, so much less reason if there's no stimulating conversation to be held.

But anyway, I make it a point to upload stuff whenever I can, so today is one of those days. I hovered my cursor over the 'Submit Art' button expecting at least the same old, still functional image uploader, but then not expecting the really surprising, unfitting, troublesome uploader that greeted me.

OK, I was like: this page looks uglier now. Only because the rest of DA doesn't look like it, and there's too many buttons that clutters up the page. I have no problem with that. I don't frequent DA much anymore. So I upload my recent deviation - Heritage. Ok, no sweat. Casually adding my description and ticking the required boxes with the relevant options. Which is when I found out how un-functional and troublesome it is afterwards. Uploading the art isn't instant and straightforward anymore, mainly - I click to 'Submit' and it keeps telling me there's a fatal error. I have to save it to st.ash first, and then go back to the Submit Art page, upload the deviation from st.Ash and press 'Submit' again. Which is stupid and not user-friendly as well as bothersome and glitchy.

So far, life is fine! The only thing that's horrid is that I'm not going out of the house much, thereby affecting me with its consequences such as slight muscle lethargy and typical laziness. I'm not starting college until July by the very least, though if things work out, I might go earlier. Driving is going to add to my repertoire of skills next month. I'm working on projects, and I'm working on learning, so yep, all fine.
  • Listening to: the rain
  • Reading: about the local political system
  • Watching: words coming out of my hands!!!
  • Playing: with my life
  • Eating: life
  • Drinking: happiness
Gosh gracious, how long has it been since I wrote a journal? Such blasphemy! Though I do have a good excuse for it, and the good excuse is happening in, erm, 9 days.

9
days
LEFT
:iconcryforeverplz:

I just graduated from high school. Actually, the proper phrase would be 'released from prison on probation'. Because that's what it is: technically, I have graduated. They even organised a grand (in their words) graduation ceremony which turned out to not be nor look so grand (because I think their definition of grand is just more flowers and fabric strewn across the room), to emphasise the fact that everyone in my form is finally glad to be out after 5 years of administrative torture.

As usual, my class had to do this dumb performance for the ceremony (it's 'tradition' for the first/honours class to entertain the public in the same manner of slaves in the Colosseum). And as usual, they only gave us 5 days to practice. 5 days, including the weekend when we were not in school and definitely not bothering to memorise the script given that Friday. Luckily it didn't even up being another trainwreck.

I got hounded for my fashion sense. The Not-So-Grand Graduation Ceremony is only great because for our 5 years of torture, we managed to earn a day of being able to dress in anything that is not the uniform. Well, anything that is within their strict code of dress, that is. I only wore a cute, jersey dress with bird prints (I am a sucker for animal prints) that is only 3 cm above my knee, black stockings, black wedges (because the day before, they asked us to wear covered shoes, and all my shoes are peep-toed because apparently my feet look better that way, so I cheated by pairing the stockings and wedges together to make it look covered! OPTICAL ILLUSION GOOOO!), and my best friends' jewellery gifts.

It didn't seem a problem, but an hour after I dragged myself to school, the teacher-harpies gathered around me like I'm Calvin Klein sailors modelling underwear on a ship, cawing that they told us no tight clothing (they meant the stockings, but eh?). Well, their problem was that I was wearing stockings. No, no! They tell me, colleges will let me wear anything I want - even hotpants! - but that doesn't mean my professors will let me graduate if I dressed like I did, although wearing hotpants and wearing stockings underneath a dress are two different things! They didn't want me to graduate! Luckily there were 'worst' people who kept their legs bare in their 'slightly-above-kneelength' dresses and skirts, so they had no choice but to accept stockings as a solution.

There was no point for all that hoo-hah anyway because we were covered up in our graduation robes most of the time. :thumbsup:

Anyway the whole point of this journal is to tell you I will be back soon. Can you believe it? My hiatus is almost over! Though in an almost anti-climatic manner because I'm not sure if the people I used to talk to frequently are here on DA anymore. Everyone is so busy nowadays. I used to find friends and enjoyed long wordy conversations here, but it seems that DA is not as active as it used to be. I'm also more active on Tumblr.

9 more days till the exams
A month till I end it.
Wish me luck, robots!
  • Listening to: THE SOUND OF MY SOUL CRYING
  • Reading: Life of Pi, Yann Martel
  • Watching: my life flash before my eyes
  • Playing: with my life
  • Eating: good grades
  • Drinking: intelligence