I sincerely hope that all those parents who are not exactly giving their children the love and attention they deserve wake up soon. It pisses me off to no end. Especially when people close to me are getting affected.

Note: I'm more than thankful for my parents =).


I'm feeling so lost recently. I'm not exactly studying hard, but I'm not playing hard either! I can't really enjoy myself either, due to the fact that I know I should be studying. Sigh, the mood/kick/drive to study is simply not there. Shit. This feeling of neither being here nor there sucks.

As a result of doing nothing productive, my mind has been wandering non-stop. Anyway, I realised that in spite of my achievements over the past few years, I never did feel completely satisfied. I now know why. Maybe my personality is in constant conflict with my character, I am constantly in conflict with me.


Mr. Yamamoto Rocks =)

My dearest and I had the pleasure of getting to know a certain Mr. Yamamoto yesterday. I wish more Singaporeans would be like him, friendly and all. So here's the story...

My paternal grandma's birthday celebration was yesterday, so before going over to her place, Geri and I went to White Sands to look for her gift. Seriously, we were both quite lost as to what to get for her, and ended up getting her chocolate chip cookies with no sugar (Granny's diabetic) from NTUC. After which, we decided to get a nice paper bag for the cookies. After doing some searching, we found what we want at Japan Home. I then asked Geri if she had $1 to spare as I didn't have small change. Well, turned out she didn't have, so I paid for it instead, not before cheekily saying, "It's ok, your job is to waste my money." Of course, it was a joke =P *hugs*. Anyway, this old man near us started laughing!

He then said, "So sorry, I overheard your comment." Geri went on to reply something like I'm a bad boyfriend, to which the old man replied, "No, he dotes on you, you see." So that was it. It was quite nice of that old man, really. No barriers, no airs, just a casual and friendly conversation. We paid for the item and left the shop. About halfway through, we stopped to pack some stuffs, and that was when the old man walked past us. He looked at us, and started talking to us.

Anyway, his name is Mr. Yamamoto, and he's a 65-year-young man =)! He's really nice, telling us about his life and daughter (who apparent has big boobs and likes to wear tight-fitting clothes) and all. Anyway, he's Japanese, but lives in Hawaii. All in all, it might seem like small talk to some people, but to Geri and myself, it was a nice old fellow trying to communicate with today's generation =). He finished the conversation by saying, "Well, see you all around sometime soon. Maybe I'll see you both in heaven!" Nice old man, really ^^.

Having negative feelings towards certain people is causing me *those* nights again...


Come, Break Me Down ^_^

I'm here again, after a period of absence for no reason at all. Anyway, just an update on what's been happening over the past few weeks...

I've been having driving lessons and all, and I seriously dislike my instructor. From the moment I get into the car, he just keeps scolding or giving me sarcastic remarks till the end of the lesson. In fact, he doesn't even seem interested in teaching. As a result, I usually end up not being able to tolerate his nonsense and arguing with him. It sucks, really, to pay for a lesson and to go there and get screwed. What the hell.

Also, I had my two of my wisdom teeth removed yesterday. The procedure itself wasn't painful, although it was uncomfortable. It's scary when you can feel the dentist pulling off your teeth, and hearing it break *tiak* =P. Once the anaesthetic wears off, you can really feel the pain. I think the painkillers helped though, cause it wasn't really that painful and I'm feeling almost completely okay today =).

I actually wanted to write a lot, but as usual, feeling is one thing, but doing is another =P. On a bright note, I'm ORD-ing this Monday =). 2 years... Feels really fast and slow at the same time.