Sunday, May 27, 2007

Closet masochist?

Action : Ate nasi lemak 2 hours before jogging 4km.
Conclusion : I might be a closet masochist.

Action : Jogged for 4km while enduring pain in abdomen and stomach.
Conclusion : No more shitting-in-pants incidents in the future should there be diarrhea since I can endure the pain while running for a good whole 25 minutes(closet masochist comes into mind again) and it's quite impossible to not find a toilet within 4km radius in a country that's as small as Singapore.

Action : Sat outside from 5.30am till 7am reading a book.
Conclusion : Squinting eyes for a good one and a half hours in exchange of mosquito bites in the breeze.(I seriously think that I subconsciously enjoy pain... and no, you can't inflict extreme pain on me without my consent)

Action : Slept only for 2 hours before I woke up at 9am for breakfast.
Conclusion : Huge sacrifice for my first intersemester breakfast.

Action : Typing all these while obviously lacking sleep.
Conclusion : I'm a superman cum masochist... must be the coffee I took this morning.

Monday, May 14, 2007

Caught redhanded!

It was a fine day. Everything was nice and peaceful in Fort Canning Park... until

2 naughty boys came to terrorize nature itself! They were joined by another boy who stayed around the corner!

They climbed into the forbidden zone...

and started to wreak havoc by...

peeing into the holy fountain!

And crapping in the third naughty boy's house everywhere!!

They had so much fun but they were tired, and so they rested while posing for narcissistic pictures. But little did they know...

That the security had sent a spy, who slowly approached them while posing with them, to apprehend all of them. The spy, after many pictures and many poses, finally managed to force them into submission.

Their punishment was...

getting thrown into the sea by using catapult...

and so they've disappeared, never to be heard again... Fort Canning Park was once again peaceful.
PS : Reverse Bungee is FUN!!!
PPS : I love Grand Cathay!!!
PPPS: Elaine still owes us tang yuen and drinks!

Sunday, May 06, 2007

Naive, but not prejudice

At 10pm, one of the employees informed us that the train would be delayed and we would depart at 11.30pm. Everyone was annoyed. Many impatiently paced around, looking at their watches every 10 seconds or so. Some sat on their luggages, whipped out their novels and began to indulge in their own fantasies.

I was glad that I had my Ipod as I landed my buttock on a chair. As I slowly submerged into my own world, I noticed a Malay girl, no more than 5 years old, approached an equally small Indian girl. It's probably the first time they've met but soon they're off running around, hopping and dancing with each other. Their parents just smiled looking at them, probably appreciating the scene while it lasted. Who knows, 10 years down the road and they might just scorn at each other's race.

It didn't last long though. They were soon tired and went to sleep. But what they did, insignificant as they would think it was, and the looks on their parents' faces, told me that there's indeed hope, fleeting hope it might be, but hope nonetheless.

Only when we throw away all the prejudice and pride will we truly shine as a nation.

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