I was bored at work at the office. And after reading through Aein‘s list, I decided to write one as well. (I found out a lot of things that Aein and I share.)

So, if you’re bored or you want to know some things about me or if you just like reading lists about people, feel free to read my 100 Things List

The last time I watched a movie was… when Andrew wanted to watch 21 and I wanted to watch Wanted (because it’s just plain cool to shoot the wings off a fly. Well, and plain mean, but whatever).

Basically, it wasn’t too long ago. But last Saturday, I watched two movies in a day. (And, I can’t find a link between the previous paragraph and this. Then again, I can be very random and say things that have totally no link. My colleagues realized this recently when I kept jumping from basketball to my mom to the weather. Really. I’m such a sad kid.)

After our shift on Friday, Charlene started persuading everyone else to catch a midnight movie. We were all going, “Is there even a showtime at four in the morning?” And it turns out that there are shows and I really wanted to catch Hellboy 2: The Golden Army but we missed it by about 15 minutes So we caught Hancock instead.

It’s not a great show to spend $10.50 on but it’s quite cool. The plot is quite… different, I think. Jianling, Allan and I fell asleep since we were so tired. But I enjoyed it because Charlize Theron is HOT

By the time I got home, it was about 7 and I slept till 6 in the evening because I was going to watch Hellboy 2 with Andrew and some of his friends

Hellboy 2 was cool! I never watched the first one and the only reason why I wanted to catch the second was because I saw the trailer and it looked pretty neat. The Red Guy is really funny. Saufi and I liked the way he handled things—giving a punch to the opponent in the middle of a sentence

It wasn’t fantastically fantastic. Still, I enjoyed the movie.

On a random note, Simpang Bedok is a recent chill out place, again.

Okay, so I owe you readers my photo-filled post. Anyway, presenting an interesting list…

“The Big Read reckons that the average adult has only read 6 of the top 100 books they’ve printed.”

  1. Look at the list and bold those you have read.
  2. Italicize those you intend to read.
  3. Underline the books you LOVE.
  4. Strike out the books you have no intention of ever reading, or were forced to read at school and hated.
  5. Reprint this list in your own LJ so we can try and track down these people who’ve read 6 and force books upon them.

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