Good day good people!

It’s lunch break now in sunny Singapore on a lovely TGTIF-day. A good timing to try out my first post here!

Anyone seen latest Glee last night? Who’s with me feeling sorry for Blaine for not being as good looking as his brother, played by  the oh-so-lovely Matt Boner (that’s how  Mary Jo called him) ? Who else thinks Quinn and Artie will be cute together, team Quartie? Anyway, what’s everybody been up to recently? I’ve been trying to catch up with Mad Men, Breaking Bad, and Game of Thrones altogether but ended up with my fifth viewing of Community‘s Remedial Chaos Theory 🙂

Enough with the TV talks. Enjoy whatever lunch you are having in whatever time-of-the-day you are in on this planet Earth. Try not to eat too much for lunch, it tends to make you sleepy. Eat more fruits, drink more water.

This is Vodka, with four olives, signing off with a smooth sound of daybreak.


everything in its right place

we’re Gen Y, you might argue…

Generation Y, also known as the Millennial Generation (or Millennials or the ME generation),[1][2]Generation Next,[3]Net Generation,[4]Echo Boomers[5], or Hipster Generation[citation needed] is the demographic cohort following Generation X. There are no precise dates for when the Millennial generation starts and ends, and commentators have used birth dates ranging somewhere from the mid-1970s[6] to the late 1980s, early or mid 1990s, or as late as the early 2000s.