Sunday, April 29, 2012

I'm here again

Not feeling sleepy at all - can't stop thinking about xiaogui <3 <3 <3 AHHHH

Okay he may have taken half of the space in my heart that used to belong only to xiaozhu. 

爱你们 :D

The TV screen doesn't do people justice


He's so adorable :D So so so so so adorable. Awwww. MUACKS. <3 

I stood there for 1 and a half hours, just staring at his face and those irresistible dimples :) 

Monday, April 23, 2012

I dont really do these type of posts anymore

Physics paper ended at 9am. And I had 6 hours till CCA started.

Spent the first hour hanging out in class. Watching Shiu Jern film her secretive music thinggum (hurhur)
2nd hour in the library. Wanted to do work, but it the really crowded, with no avail tables, and I had a hard time getting a beanbag in a nice and secluded corner (so secluded that Min Yi couldnt find me :P). Watched 1 Show Luo concert documentary (downloaded 5 yesterday :) heh) and started on some work on my mac.
3rd hour drilling holes in boards and putting them up and getting heatstroke.
4th hour eating lunch. With Zek, TMY, Zhang Xun. Monday= Curry noodles day
5th hour back in class with Zek, Bern, Jen. Watched a couple more videos.
6th with Zek. Talked abt random stuff. Listened to radio. Did a bit of Chinese. Then went down for CCA.

Glad that it wasnt company training. Finally starting to appreciate my NCOs after last week :)

Crap talk session just now:
SSG Geyu: I like the second topic. Its called sexual reproduction.
SSG Shan Shan: You will find out a lot more about your body
SSG Geyu: Yeah, and of the other 'species'. You have to get used to seeing the anatomies on your test paper.
SSG Shan Shan: If you are not sick, you will turn sick
Steph: SSG, permission to ask why you like the topic so much.

Friday, April 20, 2012


Show Luo mentioned this drama series which is based on a true story and I went to search it up.

1 litre of tears.

Started watching it, and a lot of feelings and emotions are coming in. I really think everyone should go watch it (the english-subbed version can be found on Youtube). Its only 11 episodes long, but the messages conveyed are so meaningful yet saddening at the same time.

This beautifully moving drama is based on the real-life struggles of a 15-year-old girl named Aya who suffered from an incurable disease, but lived life to the fullest until her death at 25. The script is based on the diary Aya kept writing until she could no longer hold a pen. The book that later followed entitled “One Litre of Tears" has sold over 1.1 million copies in Japan alone. Fifteen year old Ikeuchi Aya was just a normal girl, soon to be high school student and daughter of a family who works at a shop that makes tofu. As time passed, unusual things started happening to Aya lately. She started falling down often and walking in a strange way. Her mother Shioka, takes Aya to see the doctor, and he informs Shioka that Aya has spinocerebellar degeneration - a terrible disease where the cerebellum of the brain gradually deteriorates to the point where the victim cannot walk, speak, write, or eat. A cruel disease, as it does not affect the mind in the least. How will Aya react when told about her disease? And how will Aya live from now on?

Yeah, how?

How is it that I set up my SS blog last night and it already has close to a 100 views. 20 of which are from countries like us and germany.

Monday, April 9, 2012

When connections to the outside world are lost...

At 10.18pm last night:
Oho great. Now I have no internet. Not even google. How great is this.

And I was in the middle of chatting to my ex-classmate about *ahem* keys in locks *ahem*. I was about to clear my name in a very inappropriate and very disturbing accusation made by him. How much greater can this get.

But I managed to open a link on our class group. Newspaper article: Ms Lim spent 20thousand dollars on her cat Fifi. And she was 28 in 2006.

I cant stand Bio. And no, I am not saying this just because its exam is on thursday. I just cannot stand Bio. I wonder if it has to do with the teacher. Or teachers. Or maybe I should just go and take tuition.

Like, last year, I took 4 Chem tuition lessons, and everything became so clear.

Or maybe I can pretend I am taking Bio tuition, and devote like 2 hours every weekend to sitting in front of a small little table reading textbooks and doing assessments.

Hohohoho then maybe I can pretend I take tuition for every subject (mind you, that is a total of 11 examinable subjects). And there is piano lesson everyday. And ballet lesson everyday. And CCA everyday.

Okay okay. This is getting too farfetched. Cant even stand CCA once/twice a week, and I am talking about EVERYDAY?

But seriously though, I really am going to take pretend tuition for at least the sciences. One and a half hours each. Every saturday. After this term's papers.

Hmph why does my dad still get to game.

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Its not my fault kay. He is just too cool.

Life in the 4-days long weekend:

Show Luo.
Show Luo.
Show Luo.
Show Luo.

But guess what. Youtube, Tudou, Youku, Xinmsn got blocked by my dad. And this time round there really are no loopholes. Well, except for two.
1. I have this youtube downloader, so I managed to persuade him to open youtube for an hour, and I downloaded a ton of videos :)
2. I will use his phone's 3G to go on youtube :p

But still, in the past, he either only blocked youtube (and I still have all the other websites to go on) or didnt set password to change the settings.

Don't know how long it will take me to persuade him to open everything back up. This ban can last from until after Thursday's papers till godknowswhen.