Thursday, November 02, 2006

Jem and Joy did this, and since i never really do memes i'll try one for fun.

1) How old do you wish you were?
40 and being a great mom.

2) Where were you when 9/11 happened?
At my computer doing goodness knows what.

3) What do you do when vending machines steal your money?
Prod endlessly at the coin return till something happens. If not, put in another coin if i'm feeling rich and adventurous or do nothing and walk away muttering.

4) Do you count yourself kind?
Not always.

5) If you had to get a tattoo, where would it be?
on my right upper arm, and work those muscles yo!

6) If you could be fluent in any other language, what would it be?
Spanish, Mandarin, some dialect and some other non-word i.e sound based ones. Oh, it didn't say "languageS". ok, fine. i think Japanese will be it.

7) Do you know your neighbors?
Sort of. More of the granny than anyone else. She never fails to ask if i've eaten dinner yet. :-)

8) What do you consider a vacation?
When i get undisturbed stretches of time to do whatever i please at my own time and pace.

9) Do you follow your horoscope?
I read for fun then forget it a second later.

10) Would you move for the person you loved?
*drums fingers* Move my stuff from the chair so he can sit?

11) Are you touchy feely?
Not really, but i try when i know that it may convey comfort or friendliness to someone.

12) Do you believe that opposites attract?
Bleah these general questions that put my simple brain into overdrive! I'm attracted to both nice perfume and gross century eggs. How?

13) Dream job?
Observe people, think and comment, and drink cool drinks and eat steak at a roadside cafe. Hey, you never said i couldn't get paid to do that.

14) Favorite channel(s)?
Animal Planet. But i don't usually watch tv anyways unless there's something on that i like.

15) Favorite place to go on weekends?
The dog run, have my cell mates come over to my home, or somewhere where i can go sky gazing.

16) Showers or Baths?
Both leh.

17) Do you paint your nails?
When i feel like it, which is rare.

18) Do you trust people easily?
No.

19) What are your phobias?
Having a policeman call to say that there's been an identified body...

20) Do you want kids?
Oh yes. But i'll need to look at a catalogue first.

21) Do you keep a handwritten journal?
Essential stuff!

22) Where would you rather be right now?
At home eating oyster omelette with chilli. Dang, i'm salivating now.

23) Who makes you feel warm and fuzzy?
That welsh corgi puppy i saw on cuteoverload. After feeling warm and fuzzy, i wanted to just squeeze the little chap to death.

24) Heavy or light sleeper?
Heavy. Very. Heavy.

25) Are you paranoid?
Yes.

26) Are you impatient?
Yuh man!

27) Who can you relate to?
Sister, Gem. And other folks who think nothing about times when i need pee, excrete, fart or burp.

28) How do you feel about interracial couples?
Perfectly fine and dandy.

29) Have you been burned by love?
Think it wasn't really love.

30) What's your favorite pick-up line?
...

31) What's your main ring tone on your mobile?
"Ding, dong, ding! You have a call!"

32) What were you doing at midnight last night?
Essaying. Hum dee hum.

33) What did the last text on your cellphone say?
Something rather pious sounding leh.

34) Whose bed did you sleep in last night?
My beanie bag!

35) What color shirt are you wearing?
White with the text "EA Play" on it. I like it for some weird reason.

36) Most recent movie you watched?
The Da Vinci Code on DVD, and i fell asleep. B-(

37) Name three things you have on you at all times?
Bacteria, facial oil and glasses.

38) What color are your bed sheets?
while with flowers. EW. I would like to hop down to IKEA for some funkier ones.

39) How much cash do you have on you right now?
I not rich lah... 10 buckeroos and spare change.

40) What is your favorite part of the chicken?
Wing and chest!

41) What's your favorite town/city?
Haven't travelled enough to have a favourite. If you must know, it's gotta be somewhere with open skies and beaches.

42) I can't wait till...
Er, i might scare you all off with this one...

43) What did you have for dinner last night?
Rice boiled by me that went ALL wrong (think "kuey-like" chewy rice), steamed egg, broccoli and chicken.

44) How tall are you barefoot?
1.59cm. But people say i look taller than that le, does that count? *hopeful*

45) Do you own a gun?
Nope, but i do have a compound bow. I miss shooting outdoors.

46) What do you prefer to drink in the morning?
I is Milo person.

47) Where do you think you'll be in 10 yrs?
Er, Singapore. Yuh.

48) Last thing you ate?
Salad.

49) What songs do you sing in the shower?
Prolly some worship song or whatever's playing on the media player, usually Corrinne May.

50) Last thing that made you laugh?
"The archers are winning" (the thing i think gem was describing that was causing the sharp pain in my chest)

51) Worst injury you've ever had?
Can't think of any but there's a funny one:
The time when an almost full glass bottle of ribena syrup fell onto my toe, and a guy friend thought that my toe turned purple because of the syrup colouring and not because of the impact. D'oh!

52) Does someone have a crush on you?
Keanu Reeves? Is it Keanu Reeves?! If so, then I'LL MOVE FOR YOU!!!! (question 10)
Just kidding my gem...

53) What's your favorite candy?
Eh, don't eat much of that stuff. Kinder Bueno rocks though. ;-)

54) What song do you want played at your funeral?
Actually, i want a party to be held when i die. So, anything that's not sad.

55) Five random people to do this! and why?
I too lazy to think le, anyone who thinks they've got time on their hands. And tell me once it's done!!!

10 comments:

Eliss said...

wow this post is pretty enlightening. hmmmmm. i m flying to japan 21 days later. so exciting!! my mum and dad are not going with us (me and younger sis). We are going 2 days earlier than them....so worried that get lost at airport cant find my elder sis.....hmmmmm. better learn some japanese...Gambatte!!

Konichiwa, watashi weizhen san desk. the best is" ikura desk ka?" (how much does this cost)heh heh hey hey i know some japanese one hor!!

Eliss said...

tue i went to hpb for briefing, this forensic dentist(yes there is such thing) gave a talk. he went to ground zero(kao lak---dunno how to spell, but is near phuket and is worst hit by the tsunami) for 3 weeks. So interesting, the sea retreated far out until the ships touched sand just a few minutes before the disaster hit.then the locals converted a temple to become a mortuary. then the volunteers from all over the world came and helped out.swedes, koreans, japan, india, UK, US, Finland the list goes on....

Eliss said...

am i getting boring? heres the interesting part. the victims were first checked for whether fingerprints can be obtained. 2nd stn is body autopsy. 3rd stn is the the slowest dental team. teeth(fillings, crowns) were charted, with one being a dirty dentist and one clean dentist. the dirty dentist does all the dirty work lah....xrays were taken. neck was cut with scalpel untilt the whole jaws were exposed. jaws were dislocated until later put back put back the face flap(like face lift like that) so that the relatives can claim back. Interesting things were this pic showing 2 cupboards one" Staionary" another posted there was"stationery" god those ang moh are so damn funny

Eliss said...

and 4 of my frends volunteered to go to the next disaster. wah lau i really kow tow to them. the place is very shocking though interesting...one pic shows a "coffin" (wood container used to bury the victims) being used as a table to put snacks. And the funny thing was it wrote" Happy Coffin Cafe'...god this pple are seriously gre8 pple

GeRmAiNe said...

wow..ur friend eliss sure knows how to make herself comfortable in a comment box..

oh ya, Qn49,"I miss shooting outdoors". that sounds really scary if i had missed the rest of ur answers. kek.

gee, i love these questions..shall recycle them. haha. i esp love ur answer for Qn10. haha. thanx for sharing stuff abt urself..u share lots abt urself for someone that doesn't trust easily?

joline said...

Eliss:

AH! REALLY! So fun... ;-) Hope you get to shop for really cool girly stuff. Teehee. Eh, i guess your handphones may not work because Japan only allows certain brands of phones?

Think of it as an adventure, independency! Worse comes to worse, just stay at the airport lor. Hahah, no lah, i'm very sure that your sister will find you, just make a joint decision to meet at the service station or something like that.

Yeah, i've heard of such lengths to which people have to be identified... by their dental records. Amazing how dentists have a place in forensics too ya? ;-) Actually i wasn't bored, would've loved to watch the video too. And yeah, don't you just marvel at how the human spirit is able to conjure stuff like that so as to keep them going... psychologically and all, or for whatever other reason.

If you found it fascinating, why not give it a shot too? May really change your life. :-)

germaine:

Heh, i velcum oll who weeshes to speek. :-D Fun to hear all sorts of stuff!

*snigger* Shooting *what* outdoors eh, right? i'm morbid, but i couldn't... wait, i can hurt a fly, but i wouldn't be able to take a human life, unless it was accidental. (which almost could've happened if someone was walking behind the shooting range when i fired a shot outside the range accidentally while training with a new triggering device. >.<)

Heh, so are ya gonna do the meme too? 0.0 C'mon!

Ah well, as for trust, i don't mind sharing these harmless things about myself. :-)

Eliss said...

no leh i dun plan to buy much in japan. so expensive....probably some things i really need, haiz time flies i have to go back to my sch agn...i hate to go primary sch lor. not fun at all. at least the gers sch pple thanked me evrytime. not like pri sch talk to them also no use.

joline said...

eliss:

what are some things from Japan that you'll really need?

oh well, i guess it's just not fun talking to a bunch of kids who don't really understand or take things seriously but think of it as a good deed you're doing on their behalf. :-)

Until this day, i still remember the dentist stationed at my primary school, and can't say i liked her very much cos she didn't understand what i was going through when she was poking and proding and scratching and my throat was so dry by then! Plus, she was kinda fierce, so didn't dare to speak my mind.

Eliss said...

i think alot of pple had bad memories abt dental therapists, dentists, dental nurses. quite common. i can understand that sometimes we are so busy we kinda neglect the feelings of children. and the common fear that it is going to be very painful what not.fighting a losing battle when even teachers influenced them to think it is surely going to be painful and that sure pluck teeth at dentist

joline said...

Eliss:

Well said, girl.

But hey, you have the potential to become the dental therapist everyone loves! :-)