Tuesday, August 09, 2011

Weekend no enough

Weekend is never enough for me. After work on Friday night right up till Sunday night, feels like just a few hours for me. Like my dear always says, it would be nice to have a 2 work day and 5 rest day policy.
Saturday started early for me, as usual. Went for a morning jog. Feels good to sweat it out.
Breakfast was at Hutong Lot 10. I live the BBQ pork and duck. And the Ice Kacang too!
We went to watch Wu Xia. The story line is a bit slow at the beginning but it's a unique storyline nonetheless. I am attracted to Takeshi's character. Yet again, Donnie Yen portrays a family man who tries to stay out of trouble but trouble wont leave him alone. I like the movie. (and I secretly fantasize of Donnie Yen as a perfect husband-though he's not that handsome, he just gives me a sense of security).
 That evening, we finally met up for a game of badminton after talking about it for ages. It's funny because as we enter the hall, there are many pro players around and we wanted the corner court so that we'll not be the laughing stock! It was an hour of fun, laughter and sweat. Love it. (I guess the girls was angry after being 'attacked', hence the angry bird photo below.)
Sunday was grocery shopping day! Things are getting more expensive nowadays. Barely a few items costs above RM100. Sigh.
Since I missed all the durians in the office, I got a treat to 'Eat all you can' (eg. stuff yourself as much as durian until you puke).
And coffee after a 'durian' session is not recommended! I can feel my tummy starting to bloat and immediately upon entering the house, I have to spend some time in the toilet.
 Sunday night ended perfectly with dinner with a view.
You see now why weekend is never enough?

Saturday, August 06, 2011


A friend sent me a personality test. There are nine pictures in the email and I need to choose the picture that is most appealing to me. And this is my result. 
You come to grips more frequently and thoroughly with yourself and your environment than do most people. You detest superficiality; you'd rather be alone than have to suffer through small talk. But your relationships with your friends are highly intensive, which gives you the inner tranquility and harmony that you need in order to feel good. However it is no problem for you to be alone for extended periods of time, without becoming bored.

I think the result is accurate.