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Month: August 2012 (page 1 of 2)

Hexcycle Fun!

Every time when I see people cycling this “family bike” at East Coast Park, I’m like, “MEH. So lame..” until I hopped onto one randomly with my poly clique one weekend and I laughed till stomach pain.

Look at all these laughters man.

What is Jarryd looking at hur hur hur just kidding.

Bunch of jokers since 2005.

Love this group shot!

We had so much crazy fun going off-road and straight into grass; making sudden and sharp turns; then barging into Road Safety Park LIKE A BOSS.

LOL look!

Man, the petrol kiosk, traffic lights, roundabouts and all. If these don’t look nostalgic to you, you’re too young.

After 45 minutes on the “hexcycle” plus a fall (don’t ask who), we switched to single bicycles and took the opposite of the usual Changi Beach direction. Turned out that the path was blocked off but Loti led us to an alternate route and we ended up cycling beside the expressway!

Exciting stuff, but mothereffing tiring.

What an evening!

Roadhouse Lunch Escapade

Things I Do with My Bike

This was a few months ago when my mum 活得不耐烦 and made me transport her and her newly bought 24-inch luggage all the way home from Suntec.

This is recently when I use my bike as a clothes swimming costume hanger after morning swims, and by the time I finish work, the costume gets dried! Wahahah super multifunction siol.

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A Quick Post Amidst My “Busyness”

The “busyness” hysteria is not a necessary or inevitable condition of life; it’s something we’ve chosen. Almost everyone I know is busy because they feel anxious and guilty when they aren’t either working or doing something to earn their salary, promote their work, and justify their existence. We’re busy because of our own ambition or drive or anxiety. We’re addicted to busyness, and dread what we might have to face in its absence.

Quote from Richard Sauerman’s blog post, Busy bodies – Why is it so important to be busy?

Yah, WHY? After reading the full post, I think I need to reshuffle my priorities – like how I should, instead of planting myself in front of the computer to earn that extra buck, spend more time with my loved ones; plan more family outings; go on more dates; have more coffee chats; eat more ice-cream; enjoy more slow mornings; explore more; dive more; shoot more. I love myself, so I aim to treat myself better. And with that, I shall end with the exact last line from the post. Life is too short to be busy.

Umbrella Spin

My 鬼主意 wahahaha!

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Words of wisdom from Celeste’s friend.

The real test of loyalty for a woman is when her man has nothing. The real test of loyalty for a man is when he has everything.

I think this especially true for couples of similar age who start young. (Sounds like the past and present me hahaha.) Loyal guys with cheating girlfriends, NO PROBLO! You can always ditch that bitch and find someone better when you get older wiser and wealthier.

But girls who swear loyalty are always on the losing end. Imagine you wait for your BOY to go through NS (two years), study uni (three years), find job climb corporate ladder be stable be a man (three years), get married have 二人世界 (two years), have kids and raise them (for say another two years), then poof! He goes out to get a mistress. Congratulations, you just wasted over a decade of youth waiting for a guy who just wants to fuck someone more youthful. You are now old with kids and an expanded waistline – you no longer have market value. While the guy on the other hand, even if he has a tummy and no hair, the moment he fishes out the money, materialistic young sluts will still flock their way over.

Unfair society. That’s why to overcome this, you can:

  1. Pick someone older and more established right from the start (so you feel less wasteful even if he cheats and you might still have the youth to find someone else).
  2. Eat 长生不老药.
  3. Don’t have kids, have great sex.
  4. Have kids but be a hot mum, and have great sex.
  5. Be financially capable.
  6. Lock up his salary and give him pocket money.
  7. Hire a chauffeur to fetch him to work and bring him home everyday.
  8. Hire a PI to stalk him / stalk him yourself / plant tracking device.
  9. Use his money to find a hot young thing too.
  10. Just marry a dog. Ever loyal.
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Animated St John’s People

Left, front, right, top, cleavage! HAHAHAH.

THE hat.


And finally, Kallang wave!

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In Motion

Why Everyone’s Mouth Brack Brack?

Read about my #CookForFamily experience!

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A Trip to Tekong Chalet

Two years of yet another young blood burnt to serve the nation, but nevertheless, I do look forward to (hopefully) see a more responsible and independent man emerging at the end of it. All the best bro! Eat well, build more muscles, don’t stray, and don’t lose yourself.

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