Tag Archives: laughables

STRESSING OUT THE BEST

I don’t know if anyone I know still reads this blog but I feel bad about leaving the “dragon’s nest” post at the top of my blog for so long. It must be disturbing to read for some.

Anyway, I just wanted to share an image from Facebook.

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A MOTHERFUCKING QUICHE VS. A MOTHERFUCKING STEAK

Both videos had me laughing in stitches. I like the part where they said they will “marry the crap out of your girlfriend”.

COOKING POT ALERT!

So, watching Key and Peele has been a staple for the past few nights. Providing me lots of back-aching laughs when I’ve had stressful days at work. This one never fails to make me laugh.

I’ve enjoyed it so much I have recommended the video many times and now’s your chance to watch it!

BURN BAD MEMORIES AND MORE

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Some things that happen are beyond our control. For example, the way people handle difficult situations. You have your ways, I have mine. If mine doesn’t sit well with you, it doesn’t mean that my way is wrong. There is no right or wrong here. If you cannot handle it, I suggest you grow up and stop acting like a spoilt child. Inexperience does not mean you are not held accountable for your actions.

THE NAME GAME

This video just made me laugh my socks off. I chanced upon it after reading this interesting blog entry about this girl’s experience on a blind date and how you should not go for one.

Anyway, this video made me realize the importance of names. Everyone has a name and it can be easy or difficult to pronounce. I’ve had the blessing/curse of having a name that is difficult to pronounce. I dread the first days of school when teachers mark attendance and say weird things (that is not my name). As I grew older (maybe upper Primary), I’ve learnt to NOT respond to off-sounding pronunciations and correct teachers when they realize they have not marked my name. Yes, I’m a Grammar Nazi and a Name Nazi. Nothing wrong to insist on the correct pronunciation of your own name.

Over time though, I have adopted a Chinese-sounding version of my name and it sticks better. Maybe deep in my mind, I have given up. Though a smile lights up my face whenever I hear people getting my name right on their FIRST  attempt. So, forgive me if I dedicate the essence of this post to someone in the office who has been pronouncing my name right even though he was going for the angmoh feel.

A WORLD WITHOUT WORK

MONDAY FEELS