Been wanting to post a pic of my phone ever since I dolled it up, but never got around to doing it. Anyway, I bought my own crystals and little white roses and stuck them onto my phone using nail polish. Looks real girl right? :p
I ordered a customised hard cover for my DS Lite through play-asia, and collected the package yesterday. 🙂 Looks quite nice when you open up the DS cos it forms a complete picture of Shinryu from Dragonball Z.
No, I’m not a fan of Dragonball Z, I just like the dragon. Dan dan says I’m very lian! LOL
I got myself a Christmas present. 😡 It’s totally an impulse buy. It’s a silver Canon IXUS 860 IS. Xiujun, 我没有能耐. -_-“
The salesman was selling those mini direct print printers as well, so I got him to take a picture of MZ and me and print 2 copies for us. I chatted with him so much that he got confused and nearly gave me two sets of camera cases. Wahaha. And I like how it doesn’t capture my shit complexion. 🙂
Met sugar daddy for movie after that and took some shots at Vivocity since we ended up meeting early. I didn’t edit these photos except for the size to avoid spoiling my layout. Basically these are for XJ to see. Hahaha. :p
I have friends who are disgusted by humanness. They wish that people were always rational, consistent, and beautiful. And I have friends who are enchanted by humanness. They wish that people were more unique, inconsistent, and blemished.
It doesn’t matter whether we feel let down or relieved when we learn that our idols are, in fact, people. Because they’ve always been people. They argue, they cry, they laugh, and they stumble.
In our daily lives, we share common experiences with friends, coworkers, lovers, and random people we cross on the street. But those experiences aren’t as similar as we think or sometimes expect.
A guy and a girl may have intercourse. To her, it’s making love, but to him it’s fucking. A mother may discipline a child. To her it’s good parenting, to the child it’s tyranny. Two startup founders may work toward the same vision. To Dan, that vision is about people. To Wilford, it’s about technology.
I’ve started reading this blog ever since Evie mentioned it in one of her LJ posts, and I really like these two posts.
I like people. I know I complain about them all the time, but deep down inside, I like people. I like observing people interact with one another, how some people are more easy-going than others and how others can start shouting at each other at the drop of a hat. I am fascinated with observing and trying to understand people, but like all men, I find it tough to understand why women do the things they do… When they’re not doing rational people things like working. :p