Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Rubbish Post

Once, I told Mee Mee that I write a lot of nonsense on my blog, and Mee Mee said the way I write makes nonsense don't seem like nonsense. How flattered I felt... so let's see if I can prove myself in this post. It is going to be full of rubbish, no head or tail, nor direction or objective. Just rubbish. Enjoy!

Once upon a time, neil and sen sen drew a fish. The fish has big eyes, so big that there was no space in its head for brains, hence it was called brainless fish, with cacat fins.

Soon after the debut of a sot brainless fish side-view masterpiece, neil decided to give it a full-face front-view perspective. It took quite a while to visualize how it would be, but in the end, it materialized.

One day, brainless fish stood right up for a full-body front-view portrait, wearing lots of make-up and an itsy bitsy teeny weeny yellow polka-dot bikini, carrying a durian-on-a-stick for keeping monkeys under control.

neil said "oi! look like chinese opera make up la!" and sen sen was delighted, and so taken by the idea that all subsequent drawing of brainless fish had such make up. Sometimes, brainless fish felt very sien, like the time when it graduated with a fishy degree...

One day, poor brainless fish ended up being steamed on a plate, with the usual ingredients - mushroom, ginger and tomatoes.

Thereafter, brainless fish had been spotted numerous times with its trademark durian-on-a-stick, mushroom and / or ginger. With the ever-increasing popularity of brainless fish, neil and sen sen decided to make it the mascot of workday moods, representing the 5 working days of the week.

When Bee Ree came to know of the brainless fish, she asked to be allowed to post them on her blog. Well, no problem my dear... here's the whole lot. You're posting one per day? Cool. You actually wrote on your blog that Nee Lee and friend drew those fish pics?! Well, probably your readers don't know who Nee Lee is anyway. They can guess, Bee Ree said, since they knew Nee Lee was a roomie, and she didn't have that many before - just Mee Mee, Nee Lee, roomie#3, roomie#4. So few? In all my years in tertiery education, I've had close to 10 roomies! Nearly 30 apartment- and house-mates! Wow, Bee Ree said, I must be very adaptable. No, not that - it's the way life is in college - people come and go, fish swims here and there...

... even if it's damn ugly.

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