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Tuesday, March 31, 2009 Y 12:38 PM


I'm very impressed by a comment made by Mike (Xiaxue's bf), during one of the recent entries. It was regarding flirting with others while being in a relationship. He said that if the other party found out and they are upset about it, then that is considered cheating, and if you have to hide it, you shouldn't do it.

I'm really impressed by what he said, because honestly it's true. If you have something that you can hide from your gf (being in my circumstance, I'm a girl so I say gf), and it is something that if she finds out about it and she gets real pissed or sad, then yes, that is really cheating.

An open relationship is really important and I really think communication is really the essence. If a couple don't even communicate much, how do you know what is happening? Open communication is the best for all.

This is for all my friends to read and gain some knowlegde on it. Haha, of course, Zhu, it's also for you to read, so you can learn to buck on your communication skills. Not that I'm saying you are hiding something from me and that you are cheating. But hey, guys and girls, if you are doing something behind your partner's back and they dunno about it, and you don't want them to find out about it, you are seriously already cheating on them. Be careful on what you do and whether you are sure you want to do that.


Y 12:38 PM


I'm very impressed by a comment made by Mike (Xiaxue's bf), during one of the recent entries. It was regarding flirting with others while being in a relationship. He said that if the other party found out and they are upset about it, then that is considered cheating, and if you have to hide it, you shouldn't do it.

I'm really impressed by what he said, because honestly it's true. If you have something that you can hide from your gf (being in my circumstance, I'm a girl so I say gf), and it is something that if she finds out about it and she gets real pissed or sad, then yes, that is really cheating.

An open relationship is really important and I really think communication is really the essence. If a couple don't even communicate much, how do you know what is happening? Open communication is the best for all.

This is for all my friends to read and gain some knowlegde on it. Haha, of course, Zhu, it's also for you to read, so you can learn to buck on your communication skills. Not that I'm saying you are hiding something from me and that you are cheating. But hey, guys and girls, if you are doing something behind your partner's back and they dunno about it, and you don't want them to find out about it, you are seriously already cheating on them. Be careful on what you do and whether you are sure you want to do that.


Monday, March 30, 2009 Y 9:37 PM


A rather good week last week except that I fell sick twice, probably owing to fact that I refused to see doctor when I'm sick.

Had a sumptous Thai meal at Jalan Besar with Zhu, Shawnie, Ken and Min. My delicious Tom Yum Soup and Thai Chilli Fish!!! After that, we went to Bugis Arcade where I just sit and look and then we went to Lan Shop at Bukit Timah where I had a chance to play CS and Left 4 Dead haha. I suck at CS honestly, no tactics at all and kept getting shot.

Went out for dinner with cousins on Friday at Westmall. Totally gushing over gunbound cause we were doing well and we just set up a guild. Guess we are totally addicted to it. Even our lingo has GB lingo now. Stella also gotten hooked when she saw us playing it on Sunday at Shawn's house haha.

Caught a movie, Detroit Metal City, with Zhu on Sat. I wasn't expecting it to be nice when Zhu suggested watching it. In my mind, I thought it was some crap show. When I knew that the main actor is the guy who acted as L in Death Note, my opinion kinda changed. That guy is a great actor and I'm sure whatever he portrayed in has rather good effects. True enough, the show was really funny. I didn't like the metal music but the rest of the show was funny. It's about searching for your dream. In the show, Soichi wants to be a jazz singer but no one cares about his talent on the streets. He was then roped into a metal music band where he had to sing songs about raping women and put on cultic make up. He totally hated this job when he just want to be some cool jazz singer. As he is a musician, his favourite quote is "no music, no dream". He felt that he wasn't achieving his dream because he was in DMC and so he left. However, he fail to realise that when he was in DMC, he was also pursuing another dream and he was also giving other people's hopes. He had the power to give dreams and hopes to others and he had actually helped his band mates too.

There is also an anime on this show and you can catch it online. Zhu watched until ep 10 already, that crazy dude. Thanks to him, I got to have my favourite duck rice on Saturday too hee hee.

Sunday, we went to pay our respects to grandma. It has been 3 years since she passed away. I didn't really enjoy this trip because the smoke was burning my eyes badly and I was itching all over due to the smoke and heat. After that, we went to Shawn's house where we showed Gerald and STella how to play GB. By then I was already feeling sick. To make it worse, it was raining. In the end, I went to bed real early and I fell sick. At least, I got to have my favourite seafood, crab, hahaha, cause Ken's mommy bought it.

On a side note, Mousehunt is a great game. It is really fun and not boring like those Mafia Wars or what. I really enjoyed using my brain juice on this game.


Y 9:37 PM


A rather good week last week except that I fell sick twice, probably owing to fact that I refused to see doctor when I'm sick.

Had a sumptous Thai meal at Jalan Besar with Zhu, Shawnie, Ken and Min. My delicious Tom Yum Soup and Thai Chilli Fish!!! After that, we went to Bugis Arcade where I just sit and look and then we went to Lan Shop at Bukit Timah where I had a chance to play CS and Left 4 Dead haha. I suck at CS honestly, no tactics at all and kept getting shot.

Went out for dinner with cousins on Friday at Westmall. Totally gushing over gunbound cause we were doing well and we just set up a guild. Guess we are totally addicted to it. Even our lingo has GB lingo now. Stella also gotten hooked when she saw us playing it on Sunday at Shawn's house haha.

Caught a movie, Detroit Metal City, with Zhu on Sat. I wasn't expecting it to be nice when Zhu suggested watching it. In my mind, I thought it was some crap show. When I knew that the main actor is the guy who acted as L in Death Note, my opinion kinda changed. That guy is a great actor and I'm sure whatever he portrayed in has rather good effects. True enough, the show was really funny. I didn't like the metal music but the rest of the show was funny. It's about searching for your dream. In the show, Soichi wants to be a jazz singer but no one cares about his talent on the streets. He was then roped into a metal music band where he had to sing songs about raping women and put on cultic make up. He totally hated this job when he just want to be some cool jazz singer. As he is a musician, his favourite quote is "no music, no dream". He felt that he wasn't achieving his dream because he was in DMC and so he left. However, he fail to realise that when he was in DMC, he was also pursuing another dream and he was also giving other people's hopes. He had the power to give dreams and hopes to others and he had actually helped his band mates too.

There is also an anime on this show and you can catch it online. Zhu watched until ep 10 already, that crazy dude. Thanks to him, I got to have my favourite duck rice on Saturday too hee hee.

Sunday, we went to pay our respects to grandma. It has been 3 years since she passed away. I didn't really enjoy this trip because the smoke was burning my eyes badly and I was itching all over due to the smoke and heat. After that, we went to Shawn's house where we showed Gerald and STella how to play GB. By then I was already feeling sick. To make it worse, it was raining. In the end, I went to bed real early and I fell sick. At least, I got to have my favourite seafood, crab, hahaha, cause Ken's mommy bought it.

On a side note, Mousehunt is a great game. It is really fun and not boring like those Mafia Wars or what. I really enjoyed using my brain juice on this game.


Monday, March 16, 2009 Y 1:32 PM


Happy 2nd year anniversary! It doesn't seemed too short but it doesn't seemed very long either. It's like yesterday we just met at Coffee Bean, nah, not true, it actually seemed very long ago we met at Coffee Bean.

We don't go Coffee Bean anymore, I just realised haha but there are other wonderful memories spent together, with you. Thanks Zhu Zhu and hopefully more years together will come.


Y 1:32 PM


Happy 2nd year anniversary! It doesn't seemed too short but it doesn't seemed very long either. It's like yesterday we just met at Coffee Bean, nah, not true, it actually seemed very long ago we met at Coffee Bean.

We don't go Coffee Bean anymore, I just realised haha but there are other wonderful memories spent together, with you. Thanks Zhu Zhu and hopefully more years together will come.


Tuesday, March 3, 2009 Y 7:54 AM


I caught a few movies recently and honestly some were good. 2 movies that really made an impression on me was "Rule No. 1" and "He's just not that into you".

Let's talk about "Rule No. 1". I heard it wasn't really a big hit in the theatres. It was a scary movie so I never bother to watch it in the big screen. It was indeed scary but I think probably owing to the medication and company of my cousin who slept in my room that night, I didn't have nightmares. What was deeply imprinted in my mind was that the deception of lies is that great. If someone is really out to deceive you with all his or her might, you will just be deceive if you not sharp enough or if you trusted this person alot. It was a sad ending, to know that the evil spirit rule in the end and all the good people either died or become zombies without souls. It meant that the bad triumphed in the end, which wasn't a very happy ending for me.

Onto "He's Just Not That Into You". A few things that were quite interesting and I think I'm keen to read the book now. Previously in my entry where I pen down that if guys give you shit, they just generally treat you like shit was from this movie. Honestly, it's true. If a guy doesn't calls you, he is just not interested in you. If a girl doesn't sleeps with you, she is not interested in you (I don't know about this owing to our culture of conservativeness). A part where one of the female characters narrated "Sometimes life is about being together, a happy ending but sometimes it's just moving on, starting all over again might be the happy ending" (something like that). That strucks me alot....yeah a new start could be a happy ending.

Back to reminiscing old games again, dug out the old gunbound and started playing with my cousins. Picked up the old habit of watching anime, all sorts of anime heh heh. Obsessed about losing weight by doing skipping, midstepper and walking every day now. I disliked running and I will never run so I just brisk walk. My legs are really very sore now but it's all for good! Gam pa te Caiwei!


Y 7:54 AM


I caught a few movies recently and honestly some were good. 2 movies that really made an impression on me was "Rule No. 1" and "He's just not that into you".

Let's talk about "Rule No. 1". I heard it wasn't really a big hit in the theatres. It was a scary movie so I never bother to watch it in the big screen. It was indeed scary but I think probably owing to the medication and company of my cousin who slept in my room that night, I didn't have nightmares. What was deeply imprinted in my mind was that the deception of lies is that great. If someone is really out to deceive you with all his or her might, you will just be deceive if you not sharp enough or if you trusted this person alot. It was a sad ending, to know that the evil spirit rule in the end and all the good people either died or become zombies without souls. It meant that the bad triumphed in the end, which wasn't a very happy ending for me.

Onto "He's Just Not That Into You". A few things that were quite interesting and I think I'm keen to read the book now. Previously in my entry where I pen down that if guys give you shit, they just generally treat you like shit was from this movie. Honestly, it's true. If a guy doesn't calls you, he is just not interested in you. If a girl doesn't sleeps with you, she is not interested in you (I don't know about this owing to our culture of conservativeness). A part where one of the female characters narrated "Sometimes life is about being together, a happy ending but sometimes it's just moving on, starting all over again might be the happy ending" (something like that). That strucks me alot....yeah a new start could be a happy ending.

Back to reminiscing old games again, dug out the old gunbound and started playing with my cousins. Picked up the old habit of watching anime, all sorts of anime heh heh. Obsessed about losing weight by doing skipping, midstepper and walking every day now. I disliked running and I will never run so I just brisk walk. My legs are really very sore now but it's all for good! Gam pa te Caiwei!





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