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Nuts - N-V-T-S Nuts

This happened yesterday but I didn't get a chance to write it down.
The question is - how do you know you're spending too much time alone in a room? Ro already knows the answer to this one because I called and told her about it.

Answer - When you're talking to your Gummy Bears before eating them.

I was reading my chemistry assignment and eating Gummy Bears while at work. I'm not allowed to chew gum (TMJ) but I can get away with the candy if I'm careful. The assignment wasn't really holding my attention - well I was at work so technically I'm supposed to be watching the tables/players/dealers but that's besides the point. So I twisted the head off of a red Gummy Bear, stuck it on my fingertip, then took the bear's body and put it on top of its head. Then I looked at it and asked, "Can you stand on your head?"

The good news is that I got the assignment done today. It puts me ahead for the week. *sigh* Now to go and get caught up on math.


Sep. 10th, 2008 04:15 pm (UTC)
That attitude always makes me mad. *grumble*
I've never been to asia or really known anyone from there, so I can only imagine what its like. I've got older parents who raised me with the so-called "older" values - like opening doors for people, saying excuse me - and the like. Things that are definately falling out of favor here. *sigh* I need a time machine.
Sep. 10th, 2008 04:56 pm (UTC)
my parents are older too and so we have different views and end up fighting like nuts.. luckily things have settled down much this year..

asians have conservative values.. like singapore, even though its modernised but the values and stuff are still very 'backwards' eg: its against the law for gays to have any kinda sex

so much for sg talks but its all crap..
Sep. 10th, 2008 05:23 pm (UTC)
That's where I'm lucky, my folks and I get along really well 99% of the time. And when there is a fight its my mum and me. My dad and I are too much alike to really fight.

That's sad, really. You'd hope that folks were moving forward with the times rather than holding onto the past so firmly that others are harmed by what's going on.
Sep. 10th, 2008 05:37 pm (UTC)
yeah singapore have much to move on...

all talks... blah blah blah

its the government that has to change - not think about $$$, fame & profits all the time..

but too bad.. mayb it wont even in another 57years..

2065 national day would still be the same

Sep. 11th, 2008 07:09 am (UTC)
I know what you mean.
And for a government to make a radical change would mean the end of the world, I think. *smirk*
Sep. 11th, 2008 07:33 am (UTC)
it'll turn their 'monopolized-democratic society upside down inside out.. we never had to elect presidents and parliament members.. its all 'fixed'

there's only 'so much freedom' in this country..
and everythin & everyone's so mainstream..
if you are not in the party, you are gonna be in hell

Sep. 11th, 2008 06:32 pm (UTC)
That's why I hate politics. I make it a point not to watch TV during our election years until the last month or so when everything is distilled down and the facts are finally available. :)
Sep. 11th, 2008 06:36 pm (UTC)
yeah all the elections for new people on board the gov here are just for show.. its fixed; people just join the hype.. in fact people here LOVE joining hypes, they dont create


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