Saturday, July 28, 2007


there was a blind girl who hated herself just because she was blind. She hated everyone, except her loving boyfriend. He was always there for her. She said that if she could only see the world, she would marry her boyfriend. One day, someone donated a pair of eyes to her. She could then see everything, including her boyfriend. Her boyfriend asked her, "Now that you can see the world, will you marry me?" The girl was shocked when she saw that her boyfriend was blind, too, and refused to marry him. Her boyfriend walked away in tears. Later, the girl received a letter from him that said, "Just take care of my eyes please."

Friday, July 27, 2007

major update!

ok here's a major update!

interhouse bball : managed to get into 3rd/4th placing match. will be played on 7th august. watch out for me! hahaha.

napfa test: on a crazy hot day i did my napfa test (finally)

sit ups: 50, A
standing broad jump: 253cm, A
sit and reach: 60cm, A
shuttle run: 9.0sec, A
pull ups: 11, A
2.4km run: 9min 40 sec, A

whew lucky to have gotten 30points once again xD

interhouse bowling: after a lolwtfbbqgotpWned australian maths competition, i cabbed down to marina south for interhouse bowling.

bowled 3 games. first game 125, second game 140, third game 162.

but bayley-waddle finished LAST. sian la. probably cause we only had 2 teams? (up to 3 teams allowed per house) if they decided based on total pinfalls then we certainly were at a disadvantage. =(

interhouse tennis: postponed to next friday.

interhouse track and field: signed up for 100m, 400m and 4x100m. hahahahaha.

oh yeah signed up for inter CCA 4x100 relay as well. under what else but RAFFLES CYBERGAMING of course. LOL. just like last year, raffles cybergaming is so gonna own ass this year again LOL ftw (how apt, the usage of ftw. hahahaha)

meet jay chou up close and personal: there was a contest on which involved uploading a video of u singing a jay chou song. the top 50 ones would receive a pair of tickets to meet jay chou up close and personal when he comes to singapore to promote his new movie. Nebo supposedly invested heavily on this and made it a really exclusive event.

i sent in a video of me singing tui hou. its still there lol. go check it out if u want.

not surprisingly, i won a pair of tickets. haha. i say not surprisingly not because i think im good (the video wasnt perfect anw) but because the competition was, frankly, poor. lol.

go check the videos out if u dun believe. some seriously sounded REALLY bad.

i received a call from the pple at Nebo this afternoon, damn funny la. "Hello, are u desperadoz?" LOL.

then they told me i won tickets, but unfortunately they realised im "not a Nebo card member". and i have to be a nebo card member in order to claim the prize.

so here's the deal. Nebo 3 year membership, for a discounted rate of $29.95. sounds cheap, but u realise the next 2 years i'll be in army. and this year i have A levels. so im really not gonna be using the card much.

the card offers LOADS of freebies btw, ranging from free entry to exclusive movie screenings and concerts and stuff. but for me to spend $30 primarily to meet jay chou up close and personal just doesnt sound right.

guess i have to forfeit my prize and pass it on to the next person. feel abit wasted la.

Friday, July 13, 2007

07s03g class outing!

hello here are some pics from our class learning journey/outing to watch Dim Sum Dollies!

before that me, shawn, kuan rui, ningrui, jeremy and jerik went bowling at hougang!
hurrhurr here are our scores lol.

first game!

second game!

all of us


REVIEW: The Dim Sum Dollies - History of Singapore
DesperadoZ's rating: 3/5 stars

i didnt think dim sum dollies was particularly good. yes it was entertaining, humourous, witty, but only at certain times. most of the time i found the jokes kinda lame.

some of the sick jokes were way too sick. they sort of induced a "OH MY GOD did they just say that!!!?" reaction rather than a "LOL SICK lmaoooo". its like you go esplanade and you think they would at least have some kinda basic standard in their jokes. but it turns out they didnt really give a thought about class.

anw the other thing that irked me was how the play was so overwhelmingly anti government. hell i think even mr brown does it milder than them; the dim sum dollies looked like they were having a field they being anti government, and especially anti Lee Kuan Yew.

like dude, give him some respect man. i personally have the greatest respect for him. after all he is the founding father of singapore. instead, the dim sum dollies suanned him excessively, even to the point of mocking his crying on national television (during singapore's separation from malaysia).

that, i felt, was way too much. im sure mm lee himself would be quite pissed if he watched the show.

ironically, after all the excessive government bashing, the dim sum dollies sang national songs like "We Are Singapore" at the end of the play and even proclaimed that they will be present at the National Day Parade this year.

now how's that for utter irony?


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