Random Gentle Sex Dreamer (RGSD)
Friendly and eager. You are The Pool Boy.
A teen at heart, you anxiously move about your daily tasks, hoping, praying for a good, instant lay. You're carefree, enthusiastic, and rarely discouraged. Love is cool, but it's not for you right now. You know what is? Crotches.
You're a fun person in both big and small groups, and your friends trust and love you. Inside you, meanwhile, your lust is only growing. Imagine your beating heart sprouting pubic hair. Exactly. Try shaving that.
If you're not scoring enough--which you aren't--you should adopt new strategies. Lower your standards. Be aggressive. Pool Boys are often submissive and hope (desperately) sex will find them. Realize that passiveness will not hook the horny girls you desire. A bolder approach and sheer repetition will.
Saturday, November 24, 2007
Think they were closing the stall and wanted to clear out the rice pot, so he gave everything to me, smiliing cheekily, finish, help me finish K? I was too dumbfounded to answer...The packet of rice was the size of a mini pillow, those travel headrest kind..The rice coulda fed my whole family!
My mum didnt prepare dinner tonight, so I went out to buy dinner for myself n grandma only. Sick of the usual chinese food and got Nasi Briyani instead. Asked for some curry, some stalls dun give curry by default.
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Had lunch at Biz Fac today. Went to this South Vietnamese food stall. Had stewed pork, veggies(not tasty) and rice for my meal. Bought this Saigon Net Spring Roll as well (hope I got the name right). It costs $1.50. Tasted great so much that I finished each in 2 mouthfuls only. Tink it has yam and meat fillings.
It was raining as I set off from my house with this umbrella that I got from camp before. After I reached the shelter of the SBW MRT, I started twirling the umbrella to shake off the rainwater from the umbrella. Most unfortunately (sigh...) I broke the handle, n I couldnt find a dustbin in time(was getting late for lecture),so I brought it along with me till i disposed of it in school...
Found the signboard and did my "Proof of Gotten there with my Bike" pic. Maybe PUB would tink im dinky dau to keep thinking pics of their reservoirs....
Some kind of rig out in the water. Maybe to measure something or wat not....
My precious 6 yr old bike.......Though it had a great down time during my army time. Getting rusty....have to dig out the cream for shining metal. Bought a tube of lubricate from the bike shop near the ex-SBW shopping centre..
Finally got the chance to cycle today. Initially it was just cycling around Yishun Park, but it expanded to a trip to Seletar Dam/Reservior after Angie's brother showed up and we started following him. But it turned out not to be quite far.
This is the 'Nui Nan Mee' from Sun Plaza Kopitiam. The beef is tender and the noodles adequately cooked. This 'take away' doesnt look as good(my kitchen table). If you eat there, you get a big bowl of it, n lots of the sauce to go with it and a bowl of soup, which taste like Pak Gut Teh. The sauce might be too salty/sweet for some.
"Your Healthier Choice!" Something that we never get tired of, our Milo truck. It just makes your day better. Oh the Indian uncle on the right is the driver of the truck. I wonder how he feels carting all the milo in the truck to school.......
Hanging out, drinking Milo. The Milo truck reminds me of the sch runs we had last time, where the Milo truck is always there. Even army runs sometimes have the Milo truck. It seems the Milo truck is on the par on the level of the Ninja Van.
A good crowd of students hanging ard the truck. Milo is almost always associated with the region, eg Singapore, Malaysia. I wonder if Milo is popular elsewhere like Europe or America. I tink other brands over there are more prominent. I tink most of us grew up drinking Milo. A cheap chocolate drink for SEA!
The appearance of the Milo truck always draws a crowd. Its free, its on the way, why not? A cool cup of Milo (not diluted but quite concentrated), refreshes any1.
This is the mini outdoor theatre sitting at the central forum as well. events are usually organised,like stages are set up in front, on the left of the picture. There are study/discussion tables on the right, at the top of the seats
We always have these bazaars every other week at the Central Forum in school.Sell all kinds of things, but mostly girls'stuff, clothes and accessories. The only other things are books n computer/laptop stuff. But there is always the chance of the yogurt stall, kebab stall , remy burger and otak stall showing up.