It’s Xmas in Sydney!
We’ve been together for 7 years. So we’ve come to a point where an...– r, talking about his relationship
New Theme: Museum!
Fell in love with Paul Giacherio’s theme Museum, and though I’ve been following him for long I just realized that he’s published the theme for download and I jumped right to it. Hurrah! Amazing, beautiful theme. Will tweak it later when I have the time.
Seriously, loving The Whitest Boy Alive. Erlend Øye rocks! Why have I just discovered it now and not earlier?
Whatever suits your belief
(Upon watching The Biggest Loser)
ca: Oh my god! You lost 12 kilos? You used to be chubby? -er?
me: Well I used to weigh around 62-63 kilos, and my lowest was 50.
me: But now I'm 56 so it's all good, I like it this way.
ca: If you lose 12 kilos now you'll be like, gone!
me: Yeah, skin and bones. I need to work out.
ca: When I was 19 - God that was a long time ago - I used to be chubby. Well, not chubby, but you can see the fat, you know? Only after that I started working out and got in shape. Only now I start to get more fat on my belly. I think it's just my age. (Note: he's super fit and you can't see any fat)
me: Your age? You're 28! That's not an excuse, it has nothing to do with your age.
ca: It's the age.
me: No it's not.
ca: Just, let me have my own belief, okay? (Continue preparing 2 steaks and 2 sausages)
Feeling like shit.
Out of the office early today, doomed with severe headache and sore throat. Thank goodness for the flat white from the Coffee Roaster
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How I hate mornings…
sc: I'm going to hell
mc: What's the sin?
mc: To who?
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Feel a lot more at home now
Gong xi fat choy!
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Officially hating the substance that is vodka. Go figure.