Thursday, 27 March 2008

Hair Today Gone Tomorrow

I was wondering what I'd look like if I lost all my hair.


No wonder I'm drinking!

Wednesday, 26 March 2008



A Moment to Remember: Watch with tissues (for your girlfriend)

I must be doing something very wrong these past few days.

It seems that every time I see my girlfriend she ends up crying.

It's not that I try to hurt her or anything.

(Well.. maybe that one time last monday when I ACCIDENTALLY threw a water bomb at full pelt at her face.

We were playing a game okay!
It was purely accidental. Thankfully the swelling went down)

Or maybe she's going through an emotional period (no pun intended :P) .

I guess girls and crying just go hand in hand.

A week ago at the end of Miss Saigon I found myself surround by lots and lots of females with the water works on. I've never experienced synchronised mass crying before. It was very weird.

But secretly, I think I like it when a girl cries.

Not the same way Enrique likes it.
Or maybe yes to that too.

But what I mean, is when a girl cries during a sad movie or how happy they are. Its such a girly thing to do, its cute.

Now I've met 'big girls don't cry' girls before and they kinda off putting. Usually they're the sarcastic type. Don't like them.

I feel threatened by them.

Probably 'coz they have more facial hair than me.

Tuesday, 18 March 2008

An Indefinitely short period of time

Would you eat a bit of dog poo if someone dared you to?

What if they gave you $10 for your trouble?
How about $100?
Maybe $1000?

Maybe $10,000 would have you going for platefuls of doggy meaty bites.

(I think I'd eat a grape size for $699.. but it has to be fresh and I don't have to chew!)

Its funny that with a bit of cajoling, one can end up doing just about anything.
I guess everyone has a price.

I find this fascinating because it shows how flexible the human spirit is.
Its only this one time...
Words we use to convince ourselves that its okay. But deep inside we know its not.

Last Saturday I broken my 'no-fast-food-for-a-year promise' with a serving of a small Quarter pounder meal.

And now I'm kicking myself about it.

I'm not upset about calories or this awful lardy aftertaste still lingering in my mouth.

I'm upset because I let myself be fooled thinking that eating a $4 Quarter pounder was a better alternative to eating a $15 burger from Fast Eddy's.

And it was only this one time.

I let myself down and now I'm thinking I should have a Big Mac to comfort myself.

If it really was just that one time, how come I know it'll take longer to forget.

The Mega mac awaits for me in Japan

Tuesday, 11 March 2008

The Elephant monkey

1) Jelly in a cup
2) All you can eat prawn cocktails
3) Miss Philippines 2008

"How does one eat an elephant.?
One bite at a time."

That's what I always tell myself when embarking on something new and gigantamous(TM).

And today I took a big bite into that elephant I call home building.

I signed about ten million paper documents and contracts to finally complete my home construction pre-start.

Pre-start is the final meeting you have with the building company before they begin the construction of your house.

Its kinda like a really really really really long conversation with a mobile phone salesman. They explain to you the different plans and the different networks and the rates and such.

The difference is that you're buying the construction of a house rather than a phone plan.
And home construction doesn't come with a hands free kit or a leather case.

It's a pretty hairy experience.

We are talking about the second most biggest investment you'll make in your life. Biggest would be getting a girlfriend->wife. That's a lifelong contract :P

But I guess if you know what you want, then everything would be straight forward. It's very easy to get lost in the endless permutations of paint schemes, home designs, brickwork, laminates, roof colour, tiles, knob fittings and door colour.

There was a point where I nearly went nuts choosing from eight different types of white tiles. I mean geeze! How many shades of white tiles could one have?!

Anyways, that's a big monkey off my back.

I'm did my best so I'm sure it will turn into a nice little abode.

Shame no one I know like artificial grass. And it's a shame they wouldn't let me put a spa in the living room. That would've been neat.

The site

Wednesday, 5 March 2008

The bad week and the bbq pork buns


After Sydney, I think I fell into a hole of messed-up-ness.

Daaamn! Its been an awful week! Weather's been gross, my gums hurt and stupid freaking LAN games don't work!

Stress bombs are dropping left-right and centre! And to makes things worse - my bonsai is dying!! :(

Its like the lord of crapiness did a #2 then buried me in it.

Thankfully love always saves the day.

My girlfriend came back last weekend and it was really nice to see her again (after two weeks separation).

It was unfortunate that she was a bit sick. I was given a 1-meter restraining order so I couldn't catch her disease. Plus her soar throat made her sound like a man. She had a manlier voice than I did!

She was about as sexy as the gurgling sounds she makes when she blows her nose. All she did on the weekend was sleep, sneeze, cough and sleep some more. Luckily she wasn't making snot bubbles while she was snoring. :P

But I love her and it was really good to see her :)
Seeing and talking to her always turns my world for the better.

Hopefully next time I see her she won't be so pasty looking :P

Anyways, below is what I made for her for valentines.
Presenting - my special BBQ pork buns of love (TM)!!

She gave me some bbq pork buns to snack on
But rather than eat them, carved them out instead..

...and turned them to love buns!

I should've used tabasco sauce for colouring. The it would be the 'spicy hot BBQ Pork buns of love(TM)'!!!