Just discovered something lately.

If a car collide into your car and causes your car to collide into the car infront, the insurance company of the car behind you will only pay you 80% of the repair charges for the front damage. They will pay 100% for the back. But just 80% for the back.

What the hell.

If that SBS bus didn’t collide into me, I wouldn’t hit the car infront. Why is it the stupid insurance only pay 80% for the front damage? What kind of stupid law is that? Why should I be paying 20% of the front repair when the fault lies with that SBS bus? You mean I’m suppose to step on the brake hard so that my car won’t move when someone hit me behind? Try stopping your car from moving when a double deck bus hit you from behind.

Idiot. If I knew this, I would had scolded that stupid bus driver by the road side.

And I have to go thru all the hassle for this. Going to make police report. Fill in the long and complicated insurance claim form. And no car to use for this few weeks.

And the stupid number didn’t win 4D!

Today is Maria’s Wedding.

During the wedding, she handed the washing machine, ironing board and mop to me. Just like in office when someone resign, the task is always handed over to another person. And most of the time, I will have a share of it.

Me Maria.
“Mum, very good”

Just got another dog tag from HSBC.

Why do all these banks want us to carry their dog tag all over the place? Why can’t they follow UOB and OCBC where they give customer the option to use their handphone as the 2FA?

You are about to experience greater peace-of-mind hassle.

You will only see this once a year.

My super neat computer table.

No, I’m not doing spring cleaning for Chinese New Year. I’m doing the cleaning because Maria is getting married tomorrow and my house will be full of relatives and friends. Oh well… If I maintain the neatness for 1 month, I can skip this year’s spring cleaning. 😀

I’ve discovered that the wet tissue from resturant and KTV are very useful for cleaning keyboard.

Look at the amount of dirt that I’ve picked up.