Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Observations About Men

Signing on to MSN, this was one of the articles highlighted today - "10 signs your date's a keeper". I read the article where there are 10 questions about your date. I answered them, no, I've no dates like that but as it turns out, it seems that I'm one of those dates who's for keeps! Well, I guess for the fact that I'm single, it's "their" (whoever???unknown!) loss, and my gain (freedom, that is! Muah ha ha). Wah! Seems that I'm capable of giving a lifetime of rock-solid love!

I'm sure not looking at Malaysian men and the feeling must be mutual. Guess Malaysian men aren't looking for "cute packages" like me . Whenever us girls gather and we have some time to kill, we always end up looking at the Malaysian men around us. No, not the ones like Cleo's 2006 "50 Most Eligible Bachelors". Even some of the ones on that list are questionable, meaning "not worthy" of being on the list in the first place, while some are not eligible bachelors to us girls as they are probably gay. Us girls usually end up being very amused just by looking at the lack of quality men around us. I remember one of those times when we had just finished our lunch and observation of the men and was driving back on the road. Lo and behold, there was this man in his 40's, normal looking, just standing by the road side (presumably, waiting to cross the road). My car was approaching him and we could all see that he was vigorously digging his nose from about 30 feet away and he was still at it after the car passed him by. We all said an unanimous "Eeeeeewwwwwwww" and then laughed our heads off for the next 5 minutes! This started us on the topic about men who keep long fingernails on their pinkies for that purpose! Eeeeewwwww!
Back to cute - when I was in Japan, I got to experience an E-com ride in Toyota City Showcase in Odaiba. For 200 yen, I was taken around the vicinity of the HQ, indoor and outdoor in a cute computer guided electric E-com car. All one had to do, was just sit back and relax. We were told not to touch any buttons except for "Start", even unbuckling the seat belt would cause the car to come to a stop! It steers, accelerates and brakes on its own! The E-com car comes in many colours and is a work of art, each one being different and unique. The simplest one was this one above on display. If they sold the car here, I would probably be driving around in one!
The cute package - car not included!

Marrying a man is like buying something you've been admiring for a long time in a shop window. You may love it when you get it home, but it doesn't always go with everything in the house. - Jean Kerr

1 comment:

mrs. pitt said...

better be single loh .. life more simple .... hmmmm ... if Brad and Jen did not make it, there is no hope for the common folks :)