Monday, October 23, 2006
Friday, October 20, 2006
I admire your passion towards work, family and faith.
Enjoy this day with your family and friends.
HAVE A GREAT BIRTHDAY MAN!!
Many would be taken aback by a statement such as the above. Yet, according to the perpetrator, it's always meant in jest. The victim was in shock by the leering bastard of a supervisor, and said nothing at first.
That's the modus operandi of these guys. They prey on innocent, unsuspecting women and get off making all these remarks.
They can go around telling people that it's the way they talk, but they must understand that this is not the 70's. Not all women can take their nonsense.
So what if he's gonna retire in a few months.
The faarker who said this has a daughter in the same company where he works.
Let's see how kindly she takes to it.
What goes around, comes around...
Sunday, October 15, 2006
Wednesday, October 11, 2006
Check out Arsenal's/England Under 21's Super-Sub!!
Always humble Theo, citing Henry and RvP as fine examples.
Good on ya, kid!
Not that I've done it but...
This is farrny!!
"Passengers who are unable or prefer not to swallow may use the paper receptacle bags located in the forward seat pocket. After use, give the bag to a flight attendant for disposal."
Don't just look at the pics, read the description too!!
Monday, October 09, 2006
I had, on more than one occasion, mentioned to him about a class reunion. I gamely agreed to going, and am rummaging through my closet for the school tie to go with my suit.
I don't have a clear recollection of school, the studying part that is. I was not a good student, and more often than not earned more visits to the disciplinary master than points on my report card. I suppose I didn't make any long-lasting friends there either, other than redcocoon.
Some say a class reunion such as these are only an opportunity for the alumni to go back and show off how much they have achieved since leaving school. I dare say that I am just about the only one who never furthered my education beyond 'O' levels (going to Poly for a year, and flunking, doesn't count). Past students of this SAP school usually move on to bigger things in life other than asking passengers on a plane about their choice of meals.
However, I will be holding my head up high still. I have a good career that pays well; I own the roof over my head, albeit a small one; and unlike some that I hear of, I'm still not divorced many times over!
So, 14th OCT could be my trip down memory lane, or a very big PR exercise. Failing both of which, I seriously hope they have enough alcohol to last me through the night.
Saturday, October 07, 2006
Wednesday, October 04, 2006
On one of those very eng days I went to start another blog. Should I call it a photo-blog? Cuz I only post photos that I took and find interesting, with nothing but a title.
No words, no links, no videos.
Enjoy, and post some comments lah...
Monday, October 02, 2006
Yes, this film won an award at an international film festival, mai siao siao...
"We're still reeling from the shock. To my knowledge, this is the first time Singaporeans have ever won an international screenwriting award awarded by a major institution at a tier 'A' international film festival.
So there you have it - a simple little film from a little island about regular Singaporean folks, told partly in English, in Mandarin and in Hokkien, not to mention Singlish and some Malay, CAN TRANSCEND INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL BOUNDARIES and we can stop trying to make films to please notional foreign audiences by copying films from other countries. (Sorry for this outburst - but you won't believe the kind of crap we have gotten from certain quarters for wanting to do our 100% Singaporean story.)"Colin Goh-Director, Singapore Dreaming
Go watch, else next time bo chan liao!!