Ok, I admit, I’m bored…. Damn bored….
Making Pleasure out of Bitter times. (Pls excuse me if my translation is not that good)
Knew that I have to work OT till very late today. So happen that my dad was nearby my office at 6pm. I took his car home with him and drive the car back to office so that I can drive home after my OT.
While at my home, saw that the Pasar Malam is still ongoing. Went to buy Ramly Value Meal again and bring it back to office to eat.
I don’t know if it is the stall make really good ramly burger or because it’s simply Ku Zhong Zhuo Le. The burger taste very good today.
Which reminds me of life…. This is what life is suppose to be. Making pleasure during hard times. It is all these little pleasures along the way that keeps you going during hard times.
And I know I will go on….. 🙂
(Oh btw…. this blog was written in office. Time now, 12:30AM. I should go home now.)
Got this from a friend’s blog.
Find it very true for me.
Esp the last one “You are his (secret) reason for living”
Five surprising reasons men are happy in a relationship
by Bonnie Yuill
Don’t be fooled by the male ego. Men look for more in a relationship than an attractive women who will cook him a good meal and wash his clothes every once in a while. What he really needs is your admiration.
He needs to communicate with you
A lot of men need to be in a relationship more than women do. Surprising? Not really, when you think about it. Women usually have close relationships with their friends. They talk about health problems until they feel better. But men don’t. As Helen Fielding’s character, Bridget Jones, says, ‘Women have emotions and men have football.’ Men are competitive and so, in general, they rarely share their emotions or problems with each other, as they think it makes them look too weak. When he needs to open up and talk about his feelings, guess who he eventually shows his vulnerable side to? You!
He wants to be your hero
Knowing that he can make someone else happy makes him feel good inside, because he has the power to change things. And what bloke doesn’t secretly want power of some sort? At least if he can’t always be top dog at work, he can be a star at home. Instinctively, he aspires to be Spider-Man or Superman – to be your hero, to be able to make things right: to be appreciated, to be someone’s knight in shining armour. So when you are disappointed or unhappy, he feels responsible. What matters is that you are happy and then he’s got one less thing to worry about. Strange but true.
He strives to make you happy
The number one reason men leave relationships is because they feel as though they can’t meet their partner’s needs. This makes them feel inadequate, and it makes them feel as though there’s no way their partner can feel respect for them. For women, communication seems to be the top priority in keeping the relationship going – but, quite honestly, men don’t understand this constant need to talk about things over and over.
For men, the relationship is a success if they feel respected and if they make their partner happy. This is why a new conquest is exactly that – he feels as though he is in charge – he is once again someone’s knight in shining armour.
If you resent him because you feel overworked and under-appreciated, stop doing so much – you are probably destroying your relationship! He doesn’t want to feel responsible for you rushing around, worn into the carpet, and most men really don’t notice whether the housework has been done or not. What they want is respect and appreciation. ‘All we really want from women,’ a (male) friend recently told me, ‘is for you to smile at us.’ (And probably one other thing, if he thought about it for longer than a millisecond.)
Sex makes him feel loved
Sex has the same effect on men as romance does on women. So the reverse is also true: no sex = no love, no approval, no acknowledgement. They get that same sad, unloved feeling that you get when you don’t get flowers, your partner looks at other women or ignores you.
You are his (secret) reason for living
He needs you because you inspire him to do better – he has someone to do things for, goals to reach, a reason to go out and conquer the world. What’s the point of being disgustingly rich and powerful if there’s no one to share it with? What he needs is the gift of you.
**Ah beng mode on**
Limpeh ka li kong hor, todae hor, limpeh ki greenapple eh blog hor, see this lanjiao link. Wah lan wei! Jin Jia si funny leh. Jit eh kennysia sibei gi-lat hor. Ah ni kuan ma eh sia. This thing hor, sibei shoik leh.
limpeh next time hor, eng this tool, then hor, don need type all these lanjiao bengish blog myself. even better. eh bai hor, eng ji eh link lai kua wa eh blog lah. Mai long wa ma huan type kao lampah drop….
**Ah beng mode off**
Took this photo while waiting for a friend. Actually it is quite a common sight. Every Aug, surely got some fellow who hang the flag wrongly.
I still don’t understand how something so simple can cock up. Can’t you guys just mentally visualise which side the flag is when you are hanging it?
The crescent moon and 5 stars are on the left side of the flag, meaning when you are hanging it, the crescent moon and 5 stars should be on your right side.
Simple mah…. okie, even if you hang wrongly, don’t you bother to take a look at your flag when you walk pass your block? Aiyo… National day over liao lah, hope u take it down soon. Don’t throw our face. Wait other country people laugh at us say we don’t even know how to hang our own nation’s flag. What a disgrace.
Next national day, remind me to do a special edition to teach people how to hang flag.
National education should include a module to teach singaporeans how to hang flag. After 40yr of flag hanging, still got people manage to do it wrongly. *Shake head*
I’m not refering to the presidental election. Oh, btw: We might not have a president election. Judging from the way the newspaper blast the Mr Kuan recently, I doubt we will get a public holiday.
Seriously, I don’t mind seeing any tom dick or harry coming out for the president election. Why the need to filter away the clowns and jokers? We are matured already right? Surely we can tell the different between clowns and contender.
Just throw Kuan and Nathan in the pit and fight it out.
Anyway, I wasn’t going to talk about presidental election. I wanted to talk about General Election. You know, the time when you finally gets to see your MPs walking around your GRC, shaking hands and saying hello to you machim they are good old friends of you. Come come, how many people can name all the MPs in your GRC? Even I cannot do that. All I know is Mr Lim Boon Heng is 1 of them. The education minister (whom I cannot recall his name) is also 1 of my MP. As for the other 3 tag-a-long MPs, I seriously cannot remember their name, look and even GENDER!! yeap. I don’t even remember if they are male or female. it is THAT BAD.
But at least the elections are coming. When the election comes, they will show up and I’ll try my face to remember who they actually are.
You may ask, How do you know elections are coming? Simple…. Read the State controlled Newspaper. Hahahaha…. Suddenly, out of no where, they start talking about the GRC boundries and Pontong Pasir….. Something fishy…. it should be coming soon….