Never “X” on the word Christmas (noob)

25 12 2009

LoL. So greet people properly instead of Xmas

Yeap, it’s Christmas time again! During this season, most people (well if not all, Christians family, in particular) will be swarming across the city to reconnect and bond with family & friends to celebrate this great feast. In Kuching, the Christmas tradition is to cook on Christmas Eve. Grocery stores will be cluttered with potential chef, shopping for ingredients.

My most memorable Christmas was in 2005, had a rollicking celebration at my place with all the barbe, music, drinking and fun. This year round is quite dull per se due to the fact that dad & bro are away. It’s relatively saddening in a way, but time will heal.

Nevertheless, it’s nice to receive loads of thoughtful Christmas wishes from friends, what surprise me most is that most of them are from my long lost friends.Hak. (like I’d said, time for reconnection)

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Fell asleep in the cinema

8 11 2009

Recently, I find myself often falling asleep in cinema while watching movies.

I fell asleep while watching Harry Potter and Time Traveller’s Wife in the cinema. Again, fallen asleep while watching I love you, Beth Cooper @ Brandan’s.

So I wonder is this a sign of sleep apnea or because of the good air conditioning?