Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Is it consider positive if you share your clearly suffering, but happy life?

Check out this stressful sitting mat my wife got from a un-name shopping mall. I cannot tell you where it is made or risk being call racist, spreading negative thought. 2 pouches stuff with bean at the side, and a hole at the bottom for unspoken intent. Very thoughtful design.

Btw, you can safely talk about your misery as long as it doesn't sound depressing.

How to stay relevant in any organization, during any time.

Our economic is recovering. This is the truth. Even if it is not, you can still survive. That's how Mum and Dad did it, and that's how you do it. I have a few humble points that can help you see through even the worst time. Tell me if I am right.

Draw Lines - If you already drew some lines in your work, start to extend them. Like you can start being the first in your office and make everyone a coffee. Volunteer yourself to wash the toilet, give the cleaner a break.

Take Sides - Nothing can goes wrong if you are in good term with your boss. You don't have to like him, but make sure he loves you. Unless, he is clay buddha crossing the river, which makes it clear that you should take another side.

Don't Do Anything Extra - What you should do if you are ask to dig shit? Put on a mask, glove and start to learn. Off course. Please let others see your smiling, positive attitude so they can praise your greatness.

TalkCock - Learn to speak well. I think you notice how some woman always get thing done pretty much her way. That's what the mouth is for. Use it wisely.

Pretend - There is nothing you can do to change the situation. You can tell yourself you are happy.

Buy Toto - This is a must in Singapore, and is the only hope if you carry a certain historical surname.

Remember, blame no one but yourself. Take it like a man.

Sunday, September 20, 2009

50 cents of pre-lantern festival fun

I never understand the different between a six dollar seventy cent lantern and a fifty cent one. I never got to own such a flowery, short time span toy.

In my childhood, our childhood, we usually end up having Indian dance ritual around several blazing lanterns. The mixture smell of rubber, plastic and paper fills the air of our living corridor. Gray smoke dances like devils under the big glistening moon, every kid's face is flickering with orange color's joy. Our MoonCake festival has always been inexpensive.

I swear, I never eat a moon cake whole too.

Happy Mooncake festival! Although it is 15 days to come. I hope your moon is still the same size, and your children can enjoy better lantern for many years to come.