Reasons to like rain:

  • No drought.
  • Plants get watered automatically.
  • Free car wash.

Reasons to hate rain:

  • Everything gets wet.
  • Mud.
  • Gloomy day.
  • Slippery roads.
  • Slow traffic.
  • More car accidents.
  • Cold.
  • Dirty splashes.
  • More easily catch a cold.
  • Flooding.
  • Enlarges potholes in the road.
  • Canceled events.
  • Leaking roofs.
  • Slippery tile flooring.
  • Extra gear to wear/carry, like umbrellas and rain boots.
  • Wet seats where rude people put their wet umbrellas to rest.
  • Trail of water wherever people go.
  • Sinkholes.
  • Watermarks all over the car when it’s over.
  • Landslides.

I hate rain. 


Movie Industry Still Lacks Asians

Really Hollywood?? Even when casting characters in the Hunger Games…so many choices of people, but barely any Asians selected? AND the only Asian people in the cast die first. Come on. We are strong fighters. If Jackie Chan or Jet Li were a tribute…they would’ve opened a can of whoop butt on everyone! *sigh* 12 districts and barely any screen time. Sad. So Sad.

Macro spelling problems.

Acess? Access?

Convieniently? Conviniently? Conveniently?

 Possy? Possi? Posse? (This one curtisey courtesy of MukTuk.) (See?! I did it again.)

Whenever I have to write something and have to be super careful or when I have to write or cut out big letters for a poster, I am always doomed to spell something wrong.

Misspelled words

I don’t get it. I can type it easily out when I’m not thinking about it too much, but the moment I start to be extra careful about spelling, I end up missing a letter or replacing an A or E randomly somewhere.

I’m sure this doesn’t just happen to me though, right?

I can’t imagine what it was like back in the day when you had to pull out a giant dictionary to check spelling. How I have SpellChecker on my MS Word and Google to check all my spelling on the internet. If you checked my web search history, you will surely find lots of misspelled words that I was trying to figure out how to spell correctly.

I don’t misspell mispell misspell words that often. (Yes, I think it’s misspelled…)

Dollar Sign Placement

When companies and people write currency in America..why do we write $10 (dollars) instead of doing like Malaysia.  In Malaysia the sign would say 10RM (Ringgit).  This type of writing, where the sign comes after the number seems to make more sense because when you say the currency…the word comes after the number. TEN DOLLARS or TEN RINGGIT.  US should change to 10$.  Actually the whole world should probably change it to this format.


Laws Should Require Pedestrians To Wear Brighter Colors

SERIOUSLY PEOPLE. Wearing all black at night and jay walking…is gonna get you killed.  Cars do not have jaywalker detection technology on their dash boards. So pedestrians stop it!  If you are a jay walker…at least wear a bright colored scarf or gloves or something!  Actually laws should require a certain type of dress after sundown for jaywalkers, or make an exception to situations where pedestrians don’t dress appropriately and get hit while crossing the street wrong. Drivers are not liable…they don’t want to hit you, but it is not their fault you decided to dress in camouflage!


You know what really breaks my break my chopsticks…

1.) when rice gets stuck on the bottom of my socks!

2.) when people do not fold their clothes correctly and just crumples it into their draws

3.) when someone stares at you and you look back and they are still staring.. wtf is their problem!?

4.) when I get .99 cents in change cause I ain’t got no penny!

5.) when I am a pedestrian and there are cars EVERYWHERE!

6.) when I am a driver and there are hella pedestrians crossing on RED!

7.) Donald Duck doesn’t wear pants, but comes out of the shower in a towel…

8.) when the gum doesn’t give up on the bottom of my shoe…

9.) being a girl, in a dirty ass restaurant and having to squat over a toilet 😦

10.) when I have a booger on my face and no one tells me D;


We usually post once a day, but these wise words sent to me by my father cant wait until tomorrow!

Six Principles Of Life On Money

1.   No point using limited life to chase after unlimited money.

2.   No point earning so much money you cannot live to spend it.

3.   Money is not yours until you spend it.

4.   When you are young, you use your health to chase your wealth; when you are old, you use your wealth to buy back your health. The difference is that it is too late.

5.   How happy a man is, is not how much he has but how little he needs.

6.   No point working so hard to provide for the people you have no time to spend with.

Remember that old Chinese saying:

First generation bring up the cattle,
Second generation ride the cattle, and
Third generation kill the cattle!