tuesday's thoughtsChastity - Treasured or Tool?

A recent conversation with a friend got me wondering.. when a guy cheats on a girl, he's probably condemned by all. Right? But what happens when the table is turned and a girl cheats on the guy? Will she be condemed or consolated? Afterall.. the common misconception argues that somehow, somewhere, someone must have been wrong.. and the poor little girl must be the victim.

Well, if you think that way too... I should really kick you back into the 1970s!

Anyway, it brings me to asking... WHY? Why would a girl cheats on the guy? I mean, come on.. when a guy goes fooling around, he really doesn't have much to loose (mayb financially), but a girl?! I guess she has everything to loose.

That friend of mine commented, if such a girl is so cheap as to take herself lightly when certain 'things' should be her most treasured and protected possesion, she really would not be worth your time.

Could this get worse? You bet!
When this girl lies to you in the face.

just a thought...

monday's thoughtsNot in times like this...

Hoping to get laid off? This might just do the trick...

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tuesday's thoughtsThe ticking stops... 2012

Apocalypse, is it really such a bad thing? A time when humanity ceased to exist, a time when all knowledge, consciousness and presence grinds to a startling halt. Life on Earth as we know it simply disappears in an instant.

What am I talking about? In case you're not aware of the global attention being paid to Decemeber 21, 2012. A date that conincides with relgions so diverse as chinese to egyptians to the ancient mayans. A date that simply stops when these ancient cultures had calenders dating from the birth of civilisation to our present day.. thousands of years after their cultures ended! In addition, its pretty rare to find sceintisits, astromers, geologists nodding in tandem with such believers.

To explain fully why this date is so believable is akin to writing an encyclopedia, so I'll let the pros answer that.. check there:

Scary? Sad? Horrifying? Well, it's perfectly natural for some if not most to feel that way. However, I beg to differ.

On the contrary, I'll be somewhat disappointed if that that proves to be a global hoax. Before you start pelting me with stones and rotten eggs, let me put forth why I feel it's actually not such a bad thing afterall.

Birth & Death... it's a cycle. All beings, all lifeforms adhere to it. There's no escaping the day when the 'fuel' runs out and bade farewell to the world unless of course scientists had perfected some never-failing-organ-regenerating drugs that keeps our internal organs from expiring.

As I've said, it's a cycle. Death comes to us all but worst part of it is actually when Death comes beside us all. That's when the pain and hurt rears its ugly head. It's kinda alright when we die but to the loved ones and families and friends, to put it simply, the sorrow will not end in that instant.

Hence, should the End of Days be fulfilled... I gather its actually a relief. No one will mourn you, nor will you mourn others. It's gonna be one BIG trip for the global human family into another existence.

Of course, some might argue that they won't have a chance to grow old, have kids, grandkids and play chess while wearing 2 cardigans, a wig and a walking stick.. but the most bitter part of life, sorrow... easiy shadows such experiences.

Would I trade the 'stardard process' of growing old and living a 'full-life' for an instant of transition where all you know (yes, including your pooch) are halted in their journey of life.

Whether is this a tranisition to another space (think Heaven & Hell) or simply the 'fullstop' is another matter.. the crux of this all is how much less suffering most will expereince.

wednesday's thoughtsTrust in Transit

Is a relationship bound for destruction once the issue of 'trust' surfaces? Being the very conerstone of the bond between 2 people, honesty is an acquired value, not a given one. It's not something that will be given when asked, its earned.

Much opposed to the feeling of 'love' where it's easy to acquire but painstakingly hard to let go. Trust, on the other hand is painstakingly hard to acquire but it'll be gone in a flash and re-acquiring it will be an even more challenging process.

Open communications, a simple term yet it's an entirely different ball game when putting this theory into practise.

What is termed 'Open'? Can there truly be no skeletons in the closet between 2 people? Can they really discussed anything and everything with no animosity, jealousy or even anger? Probably... but those are the truly blessed, to find not only a love mate, but a soul mate.

When Trust has been uprooted and its in transit, their fate ultimately lies in the direction of its journey, whether its north or south.

wednesday's thoughtsThe Ass at work

It really amuses me how a certain PM (Product Manager) in my office NEVER fails to piss me off with his emails.

Ever had this kind of guy people in your office that licks the ceo's balls like a drumstick at the expense of others? I must give it to him, he really seems to know alot. The key word here is 'SEEMS'. Lotsa air but no substance.


I really feel like giving him the finger and ask him to get F out of my office! I would definitly send him packing... if I'm the ceo.

monday's thoughtsResurrected

A BIG 'Hi' to all! Wow, it's been almost 17 months since my last post and it's really heartening to know there are still constant visitors and readers to my humble little blog.

Thus, I feel compelled to pen this post... effectively establishing a hiatus to my 17 months of 'post-abstinence'.

To all my readers, visitors and friends; Thank you.... for keeping this blog from falling into oblivion!

So, what has been going on the past 519 days or 12,240 hours or 734,400 minutes or 44,064,000 seconds?

I'm still in the same job, surprise surprise for an 'ex-job hopper'. I'm past my 3 years mark! I've taken on a part-time BA in communications... there's 7 more months to go (I'll be quite busy till then). So far, results have been very encouraging and I've made some really great friends in class.

Well, of course work and school is definetly not the best of partners. It's tough when both are stuggling for your time and attention. Also, as it costs a bomb for that bloody paper, I've set pretty high standards for myself. I don't just want to pass but I'm determined to absorb everything being thrown at me and effectively put theories into practicality. I'm proud to say I've accomplished all (the grades) thus far... (not bad for a student who used to skip school and collect red-colored grades in secondary school. For overseas friend, that's between age 13-16, do you call that 'high-school'?)

Ok, so that's that.

Hmm... it sure feels good to back here again, guess I might be dropping in more often. heheh..!

If anyone is reading this, care to drop a comment or just say hi?! So I'll know those statistics are not just my illusions. =D

The wonderful 80s

Been 20years.. and the song is still singing in my head.

wednesday's thoughtsOver the shoulder

Sad isn’t it? A place that used to be bustling with laughter and activities is now a barren land.. a ghost town. With some occasional passer-bys, a hi & a bye, a little nod of acknowledgement if both glances ever met and that’s about all.

Is it time to demolish this rundown old place and open it up to a better future and most probably much better usage? Or would it be worthwhile to hang on to it just a little while longer… hoping that maybe some life will return?

Faithfully serving as my little yet significant time-capsule, re-tracing back the steps, the stories, the past… is not just any ‘Sunday morning-read’. It brings back fresh emotions of anguish, joy and heartaches. While treasuring the past might
be a positive value, reliving it is certainly no walk in the park…

Indeed when your focus is no longer fixed, the realization that boundless opportunities seems to pounce on you at every nook and crank. With such endless and fresh opportunities and a chance to finally set things right in the beginning, it would indeed be foolish to do otherwise.

But a fool’s foolishness is not foolish to the fool….. right?

Think about it...

monday's thoughtsSongs that speaks...


[ Goodbye ]
再见 - 张震岳


It's beautiful

monday's thoughtsFate, Destiny & Pain Pte Ltd

Somebody should buy Fate a watch. Don't you ever feel that Fate tends to come at the wrong time? Either too early... or too late, but hardly at the right time. I'm pretty sure too that Destiny is in cahoots with Fate, ganging up ever so often to catch you at the wrong time and playing some really cruel pranks on you.

They must be really young too. Not realising that at times the pranks they play can have a far more hurting consequences. So much that silence is the only scream that I can muster enough to emit.

Pain must be one of the biggest shareholder in the Fate/Destiny partnership, as evident in the ever-increasing value it gains whenever Fate/Destiny goes into action and returns triumphant.

It's a cruel world, isn't it?

thurday's thoughtsPSP Killer!!

Imagine a world when PSP doesn't exist.. we would all be a whole lot more muscular!

tuesday's thoughtsA clip for deeper thoughts...

For those who are familiar with our northern neighbour's Negarakuku's saga.. this is a well-thought out clip by Petronas with some hidden agenda about a particular race.
(Pay attention to its process & the ending... it has a message.)

Go figure.

friday's thoughtsEvolution...

This is what happens when you stay in one company for too long.

tuesday's thoughtsBudding Poets...

Excellent poems by not so famous poets... found on toilet doors and walls..........

A budding poet trying his best...

Here I lie in stinky vapor,
Because some bastard stole the toilet paper,
Shall I lie, or shall I linger,
Or shall I be forced to use my finger.

Before he graduated to be a poet, he wrote this...

Here I sit
Broken hearted
Tried to shit
But only farted

Someone who had a different experience wrote,

You're lucky
You had your chance
I tried to fart,
And shit my pants!

Perhaps it's true that people find inspiration in toilets.

I came here
To shit and stink,
But all I do
Is sit and think.

There are also people who come in for a different purpose...

Some come here to sit and think,
Some come here to shit and stink,
But I come here to scratch my balls,
And read the bullshit on the walls...

Toilets walls also double as job advertisement space.......
(written high upon the wall)

If you can piss above this line, the Singapore Fire Department wants you.

Ministry of Environment advertisement.

We aim to please!
You aim too! Please

On the inside of a toilet door:

Patrons are requested to remain seated throughout the entire performance.

And finally, this should teach some a lesson... (Sign seen at a restaurant:)

The hands that clean these toilets also make your food...please aim properly.

thurday's thoughtsOur Northern Neighbours.

Something worth sharing...

1. One hand on wheel, one hand on horn: IPOH driver

2. One hand on wheel, one hand out the window with
cigarette: KEPONG driver.

3. One hand on wheel, one finger out window, cutting across
all lanes of traffic: DOWNTOWN KUALA LUMPUR driver.

4. One hand on wheel, one hand on parang, foot solidly on
accelerator: JOHOR driver.

5. One hand on wheel, one hand on non-fat double decaf
cappuccino, cradling cell phone, brick on accelerator, hands-free on the
lap: BANGSAR driver.

6. Both hands on wheel, eyes shut, both feet on brake,
quivering in terror: FOREIGNER, driving in MALAYSIA .

7. One hand on 12 oz. double shot latte, one knee on wheel,
talking on cell phone, foot on brake, mind on radio game, banging head on
steering wheel while stuck in traffic: SUBANG JAYA DRIVER.....on the
Federal Highway !!!

8. One hand on wheel, one hand on passengers head rest,
alternating between both feet being on the accelerator and both feet on
brake, throwing rambutans or durian shells out the window:

9. Four-wheel drive pick-up truck, READY-TO-KILL attitude,
rear window stickers read "Make my day", beer cans on floor, wedding
ribbon still attached to antenna: CONSTRUCTION SITE....PUCHONG driver!

10.One hand on the handphone, another hand picking nose, One
leg on the dash board, another leg crossed on the seat with a beer can
in the middle ~~ turning anywhere he likes, parking anywhere he likes, in
fact, driving anywhere he likes. aaahhh..... this is a heaven for
drivers...... welcome to PENANG !

11. Two hands gripping tightly to the wheel, eyes glued on
the windscreen, alternately stepping on the accelerator and brakes every 5

thurday's thoughtsWhatever Girl

What an adorable little girl!!! Cute!

thurday's thoughtsTime-talking

Maybe it's time or mayb it's just the lack of it... time seems to hint it needs to be out for a while... It's been a long time... too long. Time for a time-out, maybe?

( Scratching your head. . . ? I'm not telling. . . go figure. =P )

tuesday's thoughtsNothing is Impossible

ow time flies... it's been a month since I've been actively blogging. Being busy isn't the whole story... neither is the lack of topics. On the contrary... many thoughts and grouses has been on my mind, and due to the public nature of this avenue... sad to say, I'm unable to share further.

For those who has been faithful readers through the years might realise there's a certain topic I've been circling in. Topic that pretty much involves going rounds in circles.

To set the record straight.. I'm someone who likes to push ahead, regardless of work, family, friends, love or other matters. I hate procrastinators. To much dismay, at times I'm guilty as charged. However, in my mitigation.. much of my procrastinating often involves external factor that were beyond the boundaries of my control... kinda like a car waiting for the traffic lights to go green.. nothing the driver could do except to wait.

Ok, back to the topic... I really hate when things or situations starts going around in circles. To me, either you stop or move ahead. In my opinion, roundabouts are justifiable only for 1st usage, anymore than that.. its for the indecisive and the unprepared. (For those who are still scratching their scalps, think of how this analogy applies to matters other than driving.)

Probably due to my upbringing, social and work environment, being result-orientated has enabled me to achieved things a little more and a little faster than my peers. As such, seeing much work, time and effort has been spent but returns are often circling in the doldrums.. with no clear indications or improvements in sight, it really got me irritated.

Patience is indeed a virtue, a trait I've painstakingly harnessed and still harnessing thoughout the years. But like a saying goes.. "nothing last forever". Not life, not $$, not even water or air and certainly not Patience.

I've always been a keen believer and practitioner of a faith called: "Chances". Probably a preset feature in my programming during my inception... I strongly believe in the power of the human mind... the ability to affect and induce change. Nothing is permanent. Yes... not even your character nor your habits. It all boils down to HOW important and HOW determined you are in wanting the changes.

Nothing is impossible, just a matter of Wants. (correct me if I'm wrong...)

friday's thoughtsWhen they are not busy saving the world...

A glimpse into life after 'hero/villianhood'