Love The Way You Lie (by Eminem featuring Rihanna) is kind of on repeat on iTunes right now. Not sure why I like this song. When I first heard it, I thought to myself, “Hm, it’s a pretty okay song. But why does one like the way it hurts?”
Not until I heard this song again on the radio today. And I totally related to the lyrics.
You can watch the video here. (And, because it’s Eminem, there is explicit contents.)
(Oh, gosh! I just watched the video! Megan Fox and Dominic Monaghan stars in it!)
(Not like I’m a fan of either, but, still, wow!)
It is rare that I am updating my blog rather regularly these days. But since my class was so-called cancelled, I still have about 8974597834 hours (actually, just three) to kill.
Not many frequent here any more. I don’t blame them since I did not make the time nor effort to actually maintain the bond. So, if you read past archives, you will notice that I don’t really blog really deep and personal stuff. Usually it’s about my random days or something I want to share or pictures I want to post.
I guess having 8974597834 hours to kill just puts your gears in your mind to work. So, beware, it may be a long, random, (perhaps) boring and wordy post.
Shout out loud! We won!
Happiness and excitement will never be able to express how I felt yesterday the moment the buzzer went off.
Anyway, let me explain. We played another five matches in the weekend and we lost all of Saturday’s games. However, my team wasn’t too upset about it since we did not feel like we played very badly. In fact, we were laughing over the funny and amusing stuff that happened during the matches over our debriefing.
On Sunday, we were up against NUS again for the IVP category. We lost 1-3, but, we felt pretty good over that single goal
Then it was a six-hour wait till our next match in the afternoon. I spent it by sleeping, eating, watching a match or two and talking with Siao Jia. I think the afternoon sun kind of sapped up our energy because by the time we got into our boats, Jolene went, “I feel like sleeping.”
Remember that Nadine’s agenda for you girls:
- Kick Naddy’s ass and whack Naddy’s head as hard as you can when she has the sian diao face. (Stoning face counts as well.)
- Constant whackings on Naddy’s head will do her good. (Be careful of concussion.)
- Remind Naddy not to look for anyone in the viewers’ stand.
- Tell Naddy how much you love her.
But please beware:
- Push Naddy into the pool and get ready for a flare up.
- Pull her braids and she’ll throw her temper at you.
- Say “F you lah!” in Naddy’s face (whether you mean it or not) will result in serious consequences.
Naddy loves all of you. I’m serious.
Whistling a new tune
Hoping it would come soon
And the sun was wondering if it should
Stay away for a day
‘Til the feeling went away
And the sky was falling on the clouds were
Dropping and the rain
Forgot how to bring salvation
The dogs were barking at the new moon
Whistling a new tune
Hoping it would come soon
So that they could die
I can’t believe that amidst all that’s going on, Nelly Furtado is my source of relief from all these… mess.
Anyway, Moonlight is buried in Jun Wei’s garden. We both know she will be somewhere happier. Hammy Heaven, I’m sure.
One of the things I hope to achieve this year in 2007 is to blog more regularly. So far, it’s not going as planned, I’m afraid. It seems like too many things have happened between the last post and this. Too many events, too many feelings. Too confused, lost and hurt. But, gah, I wish I could do something about… everything.
I watched Death Note 2: The Last Name on Wednesday night. It was a nice movie that I’ll probably only watch it once. I think I still prefer the manga better.
I love Absolut Vodka And the SPCT chalet from Wednesday to Friday sure provided me with Raspberri and Vanilla The thing is that I kinda mixed it with ice cream soda not to mention having Chivas with jasmine tea, I got a little too tipsy :neutral: I got better in the end but not after vomiting, suffering chills and a splitting headache. Meeh. I wonder how everyone could put up with me :?
Because I got a really lousy start.
Less than 30 minutes into 2007, I lost my Motorola E398 (the 4th time I lost my main line). We (Jun Wei and I) got to Harbourfront MRT station just to find out that there are no more trains connecting to my home area.
Because of the Countdown party at VivoCity, God knows how many people were swarming the area, trying to get a cab. We had to walk a good distance away from the crowd before flagging a cab (not to mention we had to ‘snatch’ it from those who walked along) to get home.
I got home to find one of my babies very weak and barely able to stand without shaking. How my heart broke when she crawled unsteadily towards the carrot I gave her. I ended up holding her and feeding her the carrot.
I was exhausted but I did not want to sleep. I had this uncanny thought and fear that Moonlight would be gone once I wake up. It has happened to my previous hamsters before.
So I read Roswell fanfiction online to keep me up. By 7.30, I checked on Moonlight one more time before resting on the sofa near her tank.
I dozed a bit and was awakened by my sisters three hours later. The first thing they told me as I looked at them with sleepy eyes was “I think one of your hamsters is dead”.
The moment I heard that, I jumped out and looked into her tank.
She was gone. Just like that. Lying there in an odd position for a hamster beneathe the water bottle… My heart just broke.
She’s still there. I can’t bear to touch her. I can’t bear to throw her out. I just can’t bear the fact that she’s gone.
I’m sorry to all who reads a depressing entry for a new year. I can only wish everyone a half-hearted “Merry New Year”.