Choice quotes from my 1st (and probably last) speed dating event:
“Wah, you’re a teacher so you must earn a lot of money!”
“Admit it, teachers have longer holidays than anybody else!”
“My hobbies include erotic dancing.”
“Ladies should subscribe to Starhub because it has more female shows than Mio TV.”
Upon learning I support Arsenal:
“Girls don’t really watch football. Which guy in your family is the real supporter?”
Thanks to archaeologist_d for her lovely photos. Am putting this up so I can look at my blog and be happy.
Here’s why you shouldn’t holiday in Area 51:
You can read more reviews of Area 51 here. :D
Also, if you love jRPGs, here’s a nice little flow chart (click to enlarge)! Now you can go through a jRPG story without actually buying a game!
Oh and guess who is going for STGCC? I’m planning to get Gail Simone and Leinil Yu to sign my trades. *is excited*
I am representing my school at the Teachers’ Day reception at the Istana this year and I’m quite excited since I’ve never been to the Istana before. My squee is a little tempered by the fact that photography is not allowed inside! :sad face:
Still, I am hoping the food is good at the very least.
I have to say, with everything they have done, including real time twitter responses, the Old Spice ad campaign is the most memorable and fun one I have seen in a while (maybe ever). I love the fact that it is more than just one or two ad clips and that there is actual interaction with their audience.
Heck, I’m even tempted to go out and buy Old Spice just so they can make more commercials!
I discovered this website of 1000 awesome things which is basically a list of awesome things in life. I think it’s brilliant because a lot of the time, we fail to remember and appreciate the little things in life that are awesome.
Right … apparently 400 over people visited this blog today, which makes me feel (perhaps somewhat illogically) nervous. So I shall go back to posting some silly, fandom stuff.
Here’s something I found while wandering around tumblr looking for Merlin pictures. :D
Disclaimer: I don’t watch Doctor Who.
JK and I went to watch Fantasy Comes Alive yesterday evening and it was a fairly entertaining way to spend an evening. Although I knew only the Final Fantasy songs in the setlist, I still quite enjoyed listening to a live performance. The choice of songs was quite interesting as I don’t think they chose to play the major theme songs that everyone would know (with the exception of the Neon Genesis dunno-what theme song).
I’ve been lucky enough to have attended both Video Games Live and Play! when I was in Australia and it really was quite awesome to hear a full orchestra and choir play songs from games and I enjoyed both concerts greatly. Fantasy Comes Alive was clearly a much smaller scale concert but it was still a good experience.
Especially with the tetris game. I never knew you could do all those in tetris! Perhaps that is why I sucked so badly at it.