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Monday, January 04, 2010
I was bored, so I Googled a little something I thought about occasionally: sleeping positions and their meanings. This is taken from an article in BBC News (wah wah name dropping here)...

The Foetus:
Those who curl up in the foetus position are described as tough on the outside but sensitive at heart. They may be shy when they first meet somebody, but soon relax.
More than twice as many women as men tend to adopt this position.

The Log:
These sleepers are easy going, social people who like being part of the in-crowd, and who are trusting of strangers. However, they may be gullible.

The Yearner:
People who sleep on their side with both arms out in front are said to have an open nature, but can be suspicious, cynical. They are slow to make up their minds, but once they have taken a decision, they are unlikely ever to change it.

The Soldier:
People who sleep in this position are generally quiet and reserved. They don't like a fuss, but set themselves and others high standards.

The Freefall:
Often gregarious and brash people, but can be nervy and thin-skinned underneath, and don't like criticism, or extreme situations.

The Starfish:
These sleepers make good friends because they are always ready to listen to others, and offer help when needed. They generally don't like to be the centre of attention.

According to the article, The Starfish and The Soldier position are more likely to result in the person snoring and a bad night's sleep.

I sleep most often in The Soldier position (i.e. flat on my back with my arms by my sides). I always thought it was pretty common, but I guess only 8% of us sleep like this! As far as I know though, I DON'T SNORE (ahem).
And if this position really results in less "good" sleep, it's no wonder I have such bad eyebags! Need to change sleeping position pronto.

If I turn to my side, generally it's with my arms out, a.k.a The Yearner. Almost never sleep on my tummy (The Freefall) cause it seems extremely uncomfortable, although apparently it's supposed to be better for digestion.
P.S. Do busty girls face a problem lying on their tummies? I obviously am not blessed/plagued with such an issue.

Watched Vampire's Assistant, was quite disappointed. The beginning started out really promising, with a witty take on a somewhat morbid issue (becoming a vampire...) but wound up with a really choppy story.

Watched The Fourth Kind today! It was a little creepy, but you never actually get to see the aliens at all. Instead you just get to see their victims screaming and etc when made to recounter their memories through hypnosis.

By the way there is very little truth to the case studies. Apparently most of the "archive" and "real footage" was fabricated. Still a pretty interesting story though.

This is the supposedly "real" Dr. Abigail Tyler, who appears in the movie as "archived footage" (based on case studies remember?). She's played by Milla Jovovich.

She looks really really ugly in the film. I searched the internet like mad but couldn't find any clearer shots of her, her face was purposely pixelated in all trailers.

When she first appeared on screen, everyone was like "Omg what happened to her?!". We thought maybe it was due to some horrific experience under the aliens or whatever. Then we were like "Maybe she's just really ugly" hahaha.

Anyway, she really is just ugly (very) in the film. It's almost worth watching the movie just to see how ugly her character has been made up, because she's actually pretty in real life:

Melora Walters. Wonders of make-up!!

Anyway, bored. Been craving for McDonalds. Gonna play Sims3 bye bye.
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