About Me

So, basically this blog was started by envy. Kulam Ikan Tetangga (the neighbor's fish pond) is a variation to the saying that goes "the neighbor's Grass is always greener". The Neighbor's Fish Pond will always have fatter and more fish (than your own fishpond). And so it is.

Stagnant Stagnant

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For the past week

I had stopped smoking,

hadn't stop drinking coffe,

hadn't stop having kinky thoughts whenever certain objects triggered obscene ideas (which is virtually any object there is around me),

had tried to stop complaining about this dan that for a nit while,

had been chewing happydent gum which supposed to make my teeth brighter (cheeeseee!),

had been falling asleep occasionally and wondered why my energy level drained so fast and didn't think it might be from my lack of excercise (bad Mirna, bad bad Mirna),

had briefly learned the breathing technique the Pranayama to cool off myself (hey, neat) ,

had been sucking tons of vitamin C tablets,

had attempted to pick up Vikram Seth I abandoned after a mere 20 pages (owrait! about 640 pages left now!),

had maintained low temper quite succesfully through the so called ordeals of daily chores (I told you, we should clean up this first before we did that and that...bleh),

had succesfully dealt with a sudden family fiasco (oh hi darling, havn't seen you a year now, wow, you look a rather plumpy now, so you got a boyfriend? planning to get married soon? any jobs?) with a big awe smile,

had kept the prickly heat rash on the bay (away! away with yer itches!),

had endured Keira Knightley on the telly,

had endured the heat so far (and the humidity),

had not sent the inapropriate-off-season gift to Chris yet (and as a matter of fact had thought about cancelling it),

had thought about calling in the Hammonds just to say "Happy Christmas!" (and perhaps, asked about their eldest son while am at it),

had thought about how pathetic I am regarding the two points before this one (just a few times, not all the times),

had ran out of credit on my phone (feeed the biiirrd, feeed the biiirrd, tuppence, tuppence, tuppence a baaag...),

and finally, had been feeling quite redundant.

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