Monthly Archives: August 2009

rachel is happy because __________!

a) she is back home before sunset for the first time in three weeks

b) she likes girltime with Caits, Sharms and Jolin

c) Mr S will be back soon

d) all of the above

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1. There was NO CARPARK today.
All the freaking way down the hill.
There was a record number of people parking on double yellow lines.
I risked it and parked in a red lot. If I’d gotten clamped I would have definitely given the clamper an earful about bad season parking management!

2. I HATE 9.30pm DAYS!!!

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I love this song. The song of farewell. Sadly the only violin versions I can find are from some anime. How annoying! I refuse to post those up!

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tonight, tonight.

there is nothing
about Unrequited

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the wee hours of morning.

For a precious few seconds, my car was the only one cruising along the ECP. Jordan Hill’s Remember Me This Way played on the radio, and the dusty streetlight filtered through the trees lining the expressway. It was a strange sort of serenity, a dynamic serenity, with time and scenery flashing past, a fragile serenity you knew could not last, a moving sort of serenity that was so sweet precisely because it could be broken at the very next second. I slowed down, just to savour the moment.

If you lose your way
Think back on yesterday
Remember me this way

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horny = bad!

My dog is sick. He has a fever and intestinal trouble and shitting problems.

Why? Because he got all horny chasing my cousin’s schnauzer at my family gathering a week or so ago. As a result, his prostate swelled so much that it blocked his intestines, and his dick swelled to five times it’s normal size. The intestinal blockage in turn led to the defecation problems, which in turn led to infection, which led to fever.

Now, boys and girls, let me remind you that all this started because he was: HORNY.
You know now what NOT to do yes?


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i want to complain.


Watched A Frozen Flower with Caitlin and Jolin after LGDA last Friday and it was a WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY!

Ok, maybe not a total waste. The good points about the show were that the costumes, screenplay, and actors generally were excellent. Basically everything was excellent (and Jolin agrees with me) but the PLOT. And for me, if the PLOT fails, the MOVIE fails. Spoilers ahead, so if you intend to watch the movie please don’t read beyond this sentence.

I could not understand one simple thing in the movie.¬†How can you fall in love with someone simply by having sex and NOT communicating with that person?That was (as I read it) how the King’s lover fell in love with the Queen. The implication seems to be that love can only be between a man and a woman and not between men. If I were gay (and I am not), I would find that extremely insulting. The King’s lover was his partner for 10 years and suddenly upon having sex with ONE woman – the one whom he slept with because of his love for the King no less – the King is suddenly ousted?! Surely that cannot be.

The movie, I found, is insulting also to women – the Queen had every reason to hate the King’s lover, as she herself said. Why would she, simply because the King’s lover was good in bed, fall in love with him? The whole movie turns love and lust on their heads, and I agreed wholeheartedly with the King when he told his lover, “You’ve gone mad with lust!”. Perhaps that was the whole point of the movie, to show how lust could be stronger than love. But at the same time remains the question of whether it was lust on the part of the King or love. It’s an interesting movie because it challenges the notions of love and lust, but it’s an irritating movie because I don’t like it when people masquerade lust as love, or love as lust. I quote Janine from He’s Not That Into You – “Why pretend to be wood when you’re not wood?” :p

Not to mention that all three of us felt damn DEPRESSED after the movie. Hahahaha. We should have watched Bruno or Up instead. Grins.

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