Just like the million others who is living under the same sky, I'm just trying to find that significant one to write my own fairy tale stories...

Saturday, November 20, 2004

I'm a millionaire!

My friend sent me this test to take and this is what the results show.. Just for fun..

Cindy, you're a Millionaire!

Your personality is actually determined by two personality sub-types - your primary, or dominant sub-type, and your secondary sub-type. You are a Millionaire which means you are a
Success / Thinker Your primary sub-type is defined by "Success" characteristics and your secondary sub-type is defined by "Thinker" characteristics. That means you're very ambitious and personable, and you've got a great sense of humor. Chances are you care a lot about how you look. You're bursting with self-confidence, and people admire you for your achievements and determination.How do we know all this? How do we know that behind that bold exterior you sometimes worry that you're not good enough? Or that you can be so critical of your work that it verges on self-destructive? How could we have divined that you aim to succeed — and you'll quickly crush anyone who stands in your way?Because while you were taking the test, you answered four different types of questions — questions that measured confidence, apprehension, willingness to take risks, and your focus on experience versus appearance — the primary traits that determine your personality. Based on your responses, we determined your personality type, Millionaire.

Saturday, November 13, 2004

Me, Myself and My Shadow

I have a few ideas what to write in this space for the past week. But everytime i'm just too tired or lazy to log on and blog. A lot of things have happened the past week. So much so that i've comtemplated to write a blog on "Why are guys such a jerk" but thought better of it since i think i have condemed enough guys. Dun get me wrong, my male friends. I dun hate guys, well, not all of them. Just that you fellows can be so insensitive and mean sometimes.

Jessie commented that i'm hard to please while another friend of mine says that i have quite a temper. Well, not denying that. I'm really quite hard to please. As for temper wise, who doesn't have one, seriously. I can be very nice but i can bite too if one is nasty to me. In simple words, i just mirror your actions. So if you find me having a temper with you, then perhaps you should think about yourself too. Some may not like what i say but i'm only saying the facts. Nobody is perfect. Not me definitely. I'm just me, blunt. Whether you like it or not, i dun plan to change.

I have a sleep-over gathering with my Varsity gals friends few days ago. Apart from the facts that we now have more money in our purses and looked a bit older, we are pretty much the same funky gals we were when we are still schooling. Gossip is one thing that will never be absent from the menu, at least ours. We talked about guys (Yes, i know. Just like guys gathered and talk about girls) and one of them commented that i'm one gal who prefer my bf to be a little bit more wild rather than the conventional Mr Nice guy. That's pretty true. Nice guys can be pretty boring and sometimes they are too nice that you find it repulsive. It looks fake to be so nice. I wonder why my friends have such concerns over my choice of bf. Is it because of my constant ranting of "guys are idiot" comments or i'm just an interesting target?Whatever the case is, i'm just glad that i'm the one who is ultimately gonna make the call.

Wednesday, November 03, 2004

One day in Batam

8.30am. I jumped off the bed as i heard Suzie from the other side of the phone asking where am i. Damn! I've overslept. The next one hour is a blur as all i can remember is rushing, rushing and rushing. And finally, i took a cab down to Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal. It was 9.30am when i reached.

Upon meeting the rest of the gang, Egwin never failed again to mention that i should treat them to lunch, dinner, blah.. Bad news once again arrived when we were informed that we'd missed the 10am ferry. The next ferry arrives at 12.30pm! Panicked, we asked around and finally found one that leaves at 10.40am. Jimmy, Suzie, Raymond and me were happily playing Dadi while Egwin was napping away. When we reached the main land of Batam, we realised that we can't speak their language but Suzie came to the help and she became our translator for the rest of the journey. So the five of us squeeze (literally squeezed) into the car which is meant to seat four and began our Batam journey.

The first stop is shopping! The driver took us to the so called one of the largest shopping complex on that part of the island. But seriously, it seems smaller than northpoint. Anyway, we were happily spending our money on Dvds (except for Suzie). Jimmy also wished he could bring all six seasons of "Sex and The City home".

Our second stop is massage. It was originally supposed to be SPA but then the driver mistok and took us to a massage parlor instead. Jimmy wasn't too happy cos he wanted to go to SPA. But in the end, majority wins. The massage session was damn funny. I shld have record the expressions on each of their faces. Egwin was constantly complaining that he is in pain. Jimmy's face is turning red. Raymond was feeling ticklish and Suzie is screaming away. Me? Haha.. I'm smart enough not to choose the Thai massage so i'm enjoying my massage.

For our third destination, we went to a beautiful resort which has a beautiful beach. We spent the late afternoon snapping away on our camera, trying to bring back as many beautiful memories as we can.

The last stop was to have our seafood dinner! We ordered five dishes in total. Chilli crab, black pepper crab, steam fish, and two vegetables dishes. Yum yum! Egwin is a big eater. He and Raymond both loved fish head (yucks)! Of course, once again we never failed to capture our dishes before we indulged in them.

After dinner, it is mahjone time. I'm quite surprised to know that Egwin doesn't really know how to play mahjone and Dadi. Heh! Anyway, we played Dadi on our journey back to Singapore again.

Overall, it is an interesting trip. We get to know each other much better and we definitely brought back lotsa beautiful memories! =)

Monday, November 01, 2004

Who can lives without money

I watched "Hubbies4Hire" today with Yeing Yeing. It was funny and the actors and actresses though not exactly excellent in acting however, did a good job. I enjoyed it. Reminds me of the days that i was involved in drama. Kinda making me having the itch to stand on the stage and act again. I missed those days.

One of the sentences that a main lead in the movie "The Manchurian Candidate" said seems to be stuck in my head. "Money is king!" Sad to say, i agreed. Things that one can do if he is loaded with money.Who said a rich man life is meaningless? It seems to be a lie that poor guys like us is telling to console ourselves. Quoting Jessie "50 billions would add alot of meaning to my life". Well, at least it would help me fulfilled my island dream. I felt like i'm getting more and more polluted by the ugliness of mankind. I felt like i'm becoming more and more like those ppl that i despised. Help! Someone save my soul...
Before you all start pointing fingers and said that i'm degrading mankind, i just wanna say i'm not. True, there are good things about human that deserves to be preserved. I'm just been depressed by reality. Or maybe i'm just weird. Whatever is the case, i'm happy to be myself.