Listening to : Rika Muranaka & Carla White "Can't Say Goodbye To Yesterday" (Ending theme for Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty)
At noon, watched a Thai movie called The Bodyguard, starring Thailand's most famous comedian Petchthai Wongkamlao. The whole movie was just popcorn cheesy and mou-lei-tao fun, with no coherence in plot. I think he was better in the supporting part in Ong-Bak. But it was nice to see Tony Jaa in a cameo role.
Around 6PM, went to have steamboat dinner with Jo Wen and Cia Lit at Kwongsi Food Court (the alternative KFC :P) opposite the Kelana Jaya LRT station. Bumped into Victor, my senior from Silverlake while waiting for Cia Lit, said he's currently working in Siemens. Actually it was London-boy who ajak us out, haha, haven't seen those two since '98 coz 1) Cia Lit moved to SMK Taman SEA, and 2) I moved to Nilai/Sepang......damn miss them......upon meeting, Jo Wen actually gave me the impression that he shrinked in size (sorry dude, i just have to brag about it, no offence :p), while Cia Lit was usual, taller than me...
Anyway, as usual, we chat all things men chat about: women, booze, sex, relationships, football, (and would you believe it) economy......to be frank, I was damn impressed with Cia Lit's wide array of knowledge on the issues that we talked about......he's like a grown-up, a know-it-all...I feel like a budak mentah in front of him......
Also got some tips from him about surviving in the UK, like: Telegraphic Transfer (transfer money), cell phone coverage and services, working rates, etc. Thanks dude!
Kok Leng's links sure are weird and creepy. Report has it that this song made more than 50 people commit suicide in span of a few years since the 1930s'. Enjoy this song at your own risk.
And this is another wacky conversation in Singapore found by Kok Leng.