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Sunday, 20 June 2010

I Really Shouldn’t Miss You, But I Can’t Let You Go

“I went down to the demonstration to get my fair share of abuse. Singing we’re gonna vent our frustration. If we don’t we’re gonna blow a 15 amp fuse.”
You Can’t Always Get What You Want - Mick Jagger

After 2 weeks, Drive The Sensation is BACK on line.

For personal reasons, I have discontinued the Down By The Riverside travelogue. Please don’t ask why. Plus I won’t begin on the Orientale travelogue until I’m emotionally settled.

There are some things that I just seemed to realize about myself today. It never hit me before, and I’m so surprised it didn’t. I guess I’ve been living life too loosely.

1. I LIVE IN A BOX

Even though I have a license and can drive, I hardly ever go out. Most of my time is spent in a room in front of a computer. Heck, I don’t even watch TV. Just last night I almost turned down watching Ip Man 2 with my family so that I can return to my room and do work. Luckily Joel convinced me to come out and watch. Sad huh?

2. I HAVE A SOFT SPOT FOR CHEAP THINGS

Anything that has a price label of RM1 grabs my attention instantly. As Scott told me, it ruins me because I can’t resist it. I don’t shop for designer stuff, neither do I always seek the most expensive. I always buy the cheapest alternative on the shelf, even if I know that it won’t last.

3. I HAVE A BAD SENSE OF HUMOUR

Maybe it’s the people around me that influence this, but I really don’t know. I laugh at almost anything. Are my jokes offensive? Off colour? That’s why when I get the “tell a joke” dare in the iPhone Truth or Dare app, I’m doomed to the escape penalty. It’s sad when no one laughs at your jokes especially after being the one of the biggest clowns in my old school. In fact, it sucks. Worst part is, so many people today have grown to like offensive, off colour jokes.

4. I HAVE NO CLOSE FRIENDS

Don’t misunderstand this heading. What I meant is that I don’t have any one friend whom I go out with, do stuff with, spend time with and look back at good memories with. If anyone in the world was given two tickets to an awesome vacation somewhere, no one out there who would care to bring me along. Maybe it’s because I’m single, most of my best friends are of the opposite sex, or that if they’re male, they’re taken.

5. I LOOK LIKE SHIT

Looks don’t matter. That’s probably a fact only in my world. I don’t look appealing to anyone at all. My first date was with someone who used me, nothing more. I was a fool to accept. Some of you may not dare to say it to my face, but I can see it already. I’ve been reading between the lines for years already. It’s nothing new to me.

6. THE MORE I FIGHT FOR SOMETHING, THE MORE VULNERABLE I GET

The beauty about standing up for what’s right is when the subject or prejudice doesn’t apply to you, but you still fight for it. You become a hero for those you fight for. Unfortunately, the more I fight for what I believe is right, the more I’m labelled as part of the discriminated party. I become a saviour of the damned, but the laughing stock of the rest of the world.

7. DEODORANT DOESN’T WORK ON ME

Every morning for the past few weeks, I have been using excessive dosages of deodorant on my entire body but it still can’t combat my body odour that well. Don’t get me wrong. I love AXE and V3 deodorant. if only they were 100x more effective…

8. BEING A LIGHTBULB HAS MANY DISADVANTAGES

In case you’re not aware of the definition of the word light bulb, other than Edison’s orb it also means the “third party” in a relationship. Someone who’s not in the date, but still goes out with the pair that’s dating. I’ve been that idiot for a while with more than one couple. It’s not my fault. They ask me to follow and I innocently tag along, or it’s because I’m in the middle of a conversation with someone.

Now this doesn’t fall into the category of going out with close friends. I’m a good friend with one of them, but I’ve only felt it once, and even then I blew it. I hope you know who you are and if you’re reading this, understand how I felt at that time.

I just got home from Father’s Day dinner with the family. Having 2 backseat drivers is NOT fun, especially when they give conflicting instructions. At least let me drive the friggin car the way I want to. Gosh I really don’t like the way my parents look down on drivers my age. It’s so discriminatory, and they want to talk to ME about discrimination.

If you have read until this point, you have successfully covered 900 words of me venting my frustrations. I guess you know what it feels like now, and thank you for being a listening ear. I’ll repay the favour to the maximum of my extent. Honestly, if you need a friend to talk to, I’m here at +6017-2914344.

Love in it’s most sincere form,
D.A.niel

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