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How Nuffnang has changed my life. My Nuffnang Story.

I kinda bumped into the website and decided to sign up as a blogger, for fun. I've been roaming the internet spaces alone for far too long! Perhaps there would be more people who share my passion, I thought.

Feb 2011.
A while later, I received an invitation to join Glitterati Plus! They were having a launch event and I was so thrilled that I could make it on that day!

I expected bloggers to be 20-28 years old but I was pleasantly surprised!! They all looked SO YOUNG!! Went with Kevin and we felt really old.

The first people we spoke to were, Mirai, Angie and Joey! AND the most awesome thing about this is that we are still keeping in contact!

Remember this picture? :) Joey isn't in this though! I think she left or went to talk to her friend or something! (I look so young... compared to now hahaha)

Oh! Just found a photo from Nuffnang's album!

Then we had to be split into groups and that's when I first spoke to...

Valerie, Cheryl, Genevieve and Qiuting!! And we WON the game!! :D

I must say that Qiuting has a really bubbly and friendly personality that made me feel less awkward and made me open up a bit more! (Yes I DO get shy around strangers haha) and we won a $10 Starbucks voucher which I have not used til this day. I know where it is though!!

After the event I was introduced to Hong Peng, our president!! WHO IS REALLY NICE and popular. I really didn't expect this warmth. I already felt like part of the family! 


After a while, invites for events started coming in but due to school and work commitments, I couldn't attend quite a number of them!! EMO! >_<

Just imagine, MOVIE SCREENINGS, product launches etc and I couldn't go!! URGH.


Puma Social Club!! Free flow drinks, table tennis, what's not to love?? I have like zero make up so please pardon the shitty face. Look at the people I'm taking the pictures with k? k.

I was already so grateful to Nuffnang I would do anything for them! *pledges loyalty*


July 2011.

I was selected to join Estee Lauder's make up workshop. Was this a dream or reality?!

Met Peishi for the first time!

Was so glad to see Qiuting, a familiar face there. (I can be less shy heehee)

Products and make up I got to fiddle around with! :) (Which I am still using now!)

Through this workshop, I met Beatrice, Velda and Cher, and bumped into Gen and Qiuting, how awesome is that??

Pictures of chiobus for you.


Went for a Notikum application publicity event at Chijmes!

More new friends!! Christina and Miyo!

I think all this eating has made me... a little wider around the hips. Woops.


And most recently, I have...

Singtel's MioTV American Drama screening

Huiwen, HP, Peishi and I!

Was introduced to new dramas that I am now addicted to. Thanks Nuffnang for finding me new entertainment now I have more reasons to be a couch potato!! Hahah. But it was a great first time at Naumi Hotel for me and, who doesn't love to eat!?


Delcie's dessert and cakes media opening

Met pretty Jayne! It's great to put a face to the other end of the email! Plus I learnt about the possibility of egg free, dairy free, gluton free DESSERTS. Did not think it was possible but it's genius!! Will definitely be patronizing soon! Plus they taste delicious!! Do not feel guilty when I am eating them too. :D

Nuffnang has made me want to meet and talk to more people! :) And realise that I love attending events.


Elizabeth Arden's cosy get together

If you asked me in Jan this year that I'd be attending an Elizabeth Arden event with Miss Singapore Universe 2011 and famous bloggers I'd have laughed and said HA-HA. (sarcastically) but it's true!!

All this would not be possible without Nuffnang. I really believe in their vision and support them all the way. Here's to many more years of success! :D Thank you for everything Nuffnang!!

Will definitely attend more events whenever I can make it!


Come 16 December 2011, 500 bloggers from around the Asia-Pacific region will flock to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for the Nuffnang Asia-Pacific Blog Awards 2011 in Putrajaya Marriott. The Awards aims to not only honour the region's best bloggers, but also to bring together blogger communities from across Asia-Pacific. The Nuffnang Asia-Pacific Blog Awards is brought to you by Volkswagen Malaysia and Putrajaya Marriott.

For more details check out

Did you know that the proper way to pronounce Volkswagen is Folksvagen? I asked my relatives in Germany heehee. But that's beside the point. I want to go for the Nuffnang awards! It would be so fun and exciting and KL is the cool place to be! :D

If you don't know what Nuffnang is, google it! Their ads run on my blog on the right sidebar!


It's not always about the money.


Your wealth can be stolen, but the precious riches buried deep in your soul cannot.

- Minnie Riperton

Do you like money? Wouldn't you like to have some? Or even better, wouldn't you like to have a lot of money? Do you find yourself chasing it? Doing things to get money or wondering how much money you will get for doing things? Do you see things you want and remember you don't have money? Do you think about the places you would go if you had money? The longer you think about money, the more you chase money, the longer you will do without it. Money is very much like a hard-to-get lover. It eludes you. It teases and tempts you. It gets your blood flowing and then it runs away. Money will drive you crazy. The more you want it, the less you will have of it. It will fight your advances. It will turn on you. It will leave you high and dry. The best thing you can do to money is ignore it. Don't chase it. Don't lust after it. Don't let it invade your mind. Do what you do without giving any thoughts to money and when you least expect it, money will fall right into your lap.

Unexpected doors are open. Unexpected channels are free.

From Acts of Faith

by Iyanla Vanzant

The Mayonnaise Jar

Christine sent me this email today! :) So sweet. Decided to share it with all of you.

The Mayonnaise Jar

When things in your life seem,  almost too much to handle,
When 24 Hours in a day is not enough,
Remember the mayonnaise jar and 2 cups of coffee.

A professor stood before his philosophy class
 And had some  items in  front of him.
When the class began, wordlessly,
He picked up a very large and empty mayonnaise jar
and proceeded to fill it with golf balls.

He then asked the students, if the jar was full.
They agreed that it was.

The professor then picked up a box of pebbles and poured
them into the jar.   He shook the jar lightly.
The pebbles rolled into the open Areas between the golf balls.

He then asked the students again if the jar was full.  They agreed it was.

The professor next picked up a box of sand and poured it into the jar.
 Of course, the sand filled up everything else.
He asked once more if the jar was full. The students responded with a unanimous 'yes.'

(no nice picture of sand)

The professor then produced  two cups of coffee from under the table and poured the entire contents  into the jar, effectively
filling the empty space between the sand.  The students laughed.

'Now,' said the professor,   as the laughter subsided,
'I want you to recognize that this jar represents your life.
The golf balls are the important things - family,
children, health, Friends, and Favorite passions -
Things that if everything else was lost and only they remained, Your life would still be full.

The pebbles are the other things that matter like your job, house, and  car.

The sand is everything else --The small stuff.

'If you put the sand into the jar first,'  He continued,
'there is no room for  the pebbles or the golf balls.
The same goes for life.

If you spend all your time and energy on the small stuff,
You will never have room for the things that are important to you.

So... Pay attention to the things that are critical to your happiness.
Play With your children.
Take time to get medical checkups.
Take your partner out to dinner.

There will always be time to clean the house and fix the disposal.

'Take care of the golf balls first --
The things that really matter.
Set your priorities. The rest is just sand.'

One of the students raised her hand and inquired what the coffee represented.

The professor smiled. 'I'm glad you asked'.

It just goes to show you that no matter how full your life  may seem,
there's always room for a couple of cups of coffee with  a friend.'


I'd prefer tea as my friend has coffee, but you get the drift :)

In my memories - Won Keun.

Yesterday, as I was surfing around Facebook, I noticed that my friend, Won-keun's wall had a lot of people posting things like "Rest in Peace Bro"and "I will miss you"etc etc. 

I freaked out and asked all my friends who knew him. Most of them were exchange students so they were in America or Europe so the time difference was killing my curiousity.

Another friend from Korea replied soonish later and told me the news. He lives on the 6th floor and constantly likes to climb to the rooftop to look at the sky and the view. And while climbing, he fell.

"We buried him under the most beautiful and strongest pine tree just like him.
You can come see him anytime, and we'r willing to give all hands if u want to visit korea for Won-keun. "

My friend Kelv just posted this up on his facebook wall:

"‎'my life keeps taking random turn as always ever since i came to korea. just recently i worked in the fashion industry helping a brand/store launch but it was project-based. now i plan on taking my time to do some stuffs in music and perhaps video work. until i fully switch to making my money with creative work/art work i will keep having random income streams. i already knew i was not going to do any business and after working for some companies i know i want to be more of a freelancer. so day in day out, i try to survive on my savings and self-study. but i still party quite a bit and enjoy life.'' Won-Keun Cho - 30 August 2011"

He had no intention of ending his life at all. It's so tragic. I am really glad I could meet him during my last trip to Korea. 

(this was taken in SG tho, I can't find my korea pictures right now)

It's really saddening, you never know when God decides to take it away from you;

Treasure everyone okay?

As for me, I'm going to create more happy memories with the people I love.

why claires flair?

am back in singapore! Happy national day!

Wanted to share with you guys about why I decided to choose this name!

I started blogging since primary five, which is almost 10 years ago! I learnt basic HTML by myself and designed a super simple layout using frames.

Back then I used every free website possible. Geocities, freewebz etc! Even hosted by other people and running an awards site at some point!

Kept changing usernames because I couldn't decide on one I really liked.

Decided to have one main one at diaryland because I was tired of making my own layouts and so it's at

all the past entries are still there btw, so that I can refer to it and look back on my secondary school life.

Made another private diaryland diary for my closest friends to read and of course, that is now dormant.

In junior college I switched to livejournal to see what all the hype was about, and I still blog private entries there! Will not reveal that address! Haha.

So I also decided to try blogger and had to think of a name that would stick. Some of my friends call me claire bear and so I wanted to find something that rhymed with claire! Would be easier for people to remember too!

And thus after some brainstorming, I officially opened under claires-flair. (Claire rhymes with flair!) Sort of. Haha.

Will be sticking with this name for quite a long time , I love the ring of it :D

Will blog about my japan experience soon, before I continue about europe!

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Hello everyone! If anyone still reads this. I am back from Europe and will blog about my adventures! I really miss chicken rice and bak kut teh.

We were still on the plane. The speaker announcement said, "The weather in Singapore now is, 31 degrees." And the 3 of us let out an audible groan. From a climate of 6-18 degrees to DOUBLE that amount. Bleh.

But I am glad to be back! One month is just perfect to travel to these places. If I could recommend an itinerary I would say, don't cram too many countries in a trip. Of course it'll be wonderful to see everything but you don't experience the essence of each place. Rushing around just to see the major sights is not the same as chillin at a cafe watching buskers and children playing.

Friends said I lost weight though. Not sure if I did but my friends always seem to say that I look like I've lost weight. Oh well. Excuse to eat more chocolate.

Wow there's so much I would like to write about but I don't know where to start! Perhaps chronologically. Will start from Rome then.

In the meantime, will have to upload those 2,800 pictures I took on my digital cam. And I barely took pictures of London because I was lazy! Haha.



Read this here.

Just wanted to share it with you guys.

"Shyness is an excuse, maybe, but it’s also a kind of narcissism. In my experience, the really humble people are often the most outgoing. They are more interested in other people than themselves. Like the believers who walk out into the road without looking, they know that if they die (out there, on that stage) they’re going to heaven anyway. In bed at night when I feel lonely, I think of someone being there with me, not of me being there with someone.
I want to perform (and frequently imagine) romantic gestures of great scope and artistry. For someone? But mainly to make myself look good and to justify myself. I only want to put one point up on the score-board. But it has to be the greatest, most magnificent, most virtuosic, timeless point that anyone has ever scored, because it’s all about me."


Is it possible to find someone that..

- accepts you for who you are? values, ideas, culture, likes, dislikes, character, personality, charm?

- is attracted to you, now and forever in the future?

- doesn't try to force you to become his ideal, but wants the best for you, always.

- can carry on a conversation with you, such that you never want to leave his side.

to sum it up, fulfills physical, emotional and mental needs.

I believe there's someone out there, for each and every one of us. But we must seize the opportunity, and grab it before it slips away.

Achieving your dream.

I am a firm believer of seizing opportunities.
You want something, work for it, and feel the accomplishment as you achieve it.

Of course, you have to want something bad enough to act upon it.
Be it in jobs, relationships or whatever, give it your all, if it's something you have decided you want.

It's okay to be impulsive once in a while, too.

My mum worries over a lot of things and I always tell her to take life easy and not to be so paranoid. I mean I care for her but when you think too much you shorten your own life and grow more white hair too.

The world is not as complicated as you think it is. It's the people who make it seem complicated.

Japan's Disaster.

I'm sure most of you would have heard about the earthquakes and tsunami in various parts of northern and north-eastern Japan.

When I heard about it, I went oh crap, then after a few more minutes of realization, freaked out because my brother works IN Japan.

Tried g-talking him and msning him (he was online but busy) and he didn't reply but I decided to keep calm. Thankfully, 10 mins later he replied and said he was cleaning his room. -.- Anti-climatic.

Luckily Hiroshima isn't affected by it.

Next I contacted my friends in Nagoya who replied hours later that they felt the tremors but they were fine, but they told me that Tokyo and Akita was more affected areas (I have friends there too). Tried to contact them but they haven't replied. Think they lost signal or something. Gosh.

Another thing is that my mother wanted to head up to Japan in MARCH. She kept bugging me to skip school and head there with her. So school was a blessing in disguise.

The purpose of this is just to remind everyone that, no matter what little thing annoys you or angers you, take it with a pinch of salt.

Family and friends are more important. Treasure time with them. You don't know when they will leave this world.

I know it's been repeated many times but there is a certain seriousness in this. My mum nags at me all the time and I get annoyed but let's all tolerate that okay? It's her way of showing concern.

In times of disaster, it doesn't matter if you have a first class honours or nothing, you fight to survive anyway. I think we should all take up some survival classes or something. I think I seriously won't survive in a jungle -.-

Great I ended my blog post with some randomness. AGAIN.

Take care everyone :)

Inner Turmoil.

Some people cut themselves, take drugs, exercise, smoke etc when they are upset or stressed.

I do none of these things.

Drinking only works with the right company and even so, I don't drink until I lose my subconscious. Even in a high state the truth can just tidal wave over me and I'm thrown back onto the shore, no longer able to sail the seas.

Clubbing is a great way for me though. Unfortunately, it screws up my sleeping pattern and wastes a day. And expensive. Plus I don't really have many friends who club.

I need to find some outlet. Will think of one soon before I explode again.

2010 in Review too.

 I think I sort of had some reflections on 2010 but I couldn't really do it in depth because my memory is so bad but I've decided to summarize the more important priorities in my life to three categories. 


This can be split into two sub-categories. Friendship type of love and of course, romantic love.

Let's talk about friendship love!

I had an awesome 21st birthday !! No matter how shitty my memory is, I will remember this night because it was so wonderful and my closest pals were all there with me <3.

 Went to SG Entertainment Awards with my best pal, Crystal. I didn't understand half of everything but I was there to see Shinee. IT WAS GREAT!

Got a new camera.

I don't have a picture of it but that helped me take many many pictures you can see on my page :) It's not a DSLR it's just a digi-cam but it's great! Canon ftw!

Went to Malacca in June with parents and family friends!

My brother also went to work in Japan but I don't have pictures of that. So technically I have all the attention from my parents right now. Not used to it.

Went for most of NBS Orientation Camp! It was quite bad the year before because I had a throat infection and fever halfway so I missed most of it.

Was the emcee for the first time, at Taa's 21st birthday party!

 Also was a facilitator for JAC camp!

Went for TWO Oktoberfests (awesomezz)
at Brozeit (yes that's me on stage)

and Paulaners!

Weekend trip to KL with churchies!
Ok that's just some of the events in my 2010 friendship life. Other bits are like, more birthday parties, surprise party for crystal etc :)

As for romantic love, well, I broke up in July. I moped around for a long time and couldn't hear his name without feeling sad. Best pals Cherlyn, Crystal and Rachel were friends with him too which was even worse because they were in some classes together. So I had to hear his name or bump into him in the corridor. I even hid behind a pillar once but got sort of caught because I turned around too fast. He hadn't walked past yet -.-

Or another time when I decided to surprise Cherlyn outside her class but didn't know he was in the class too. So when class ended... yeah.

I guess my horoscope or fortune probably said something like 2010 wouldn't be a good year in love for you or something. Haha!! Hope that will change in 2011.


I didn't fall sick often because I lived at home instead of hall! It was all good.

The worst was the suspected-but-never-confirmed H1N1 flu that I kind of had. Was sick for 7 days with fever. Horrible. I was alone at home most of the time which made it worse. *shudders* I was so sick of porridge and bread after that.


 I continued to give tuition, was proud of my kids when they did well. I didn't go to many other countries like Taiwan and Thailand because I wanted to save up for my Grad trip so I guess in a way my bank account grew a little. So little though. I spent a lot on online shopping..

Had a great internship and got a job offer which is why I'm not too worried about doing well this semester haha!

Alright I should head off already. Hope you enjoyed reading bits of my life, summarized!

Inspired by Kevin's entry.

As the year draws to a close.

Thank you, God for everything that happened this year. The good, the bad and the ugly. Everything.

The beginning of the year had its bittersweet memories, being with K and coping with news that my friend Qianxiang who was studying in UK, had a heart attack and passed away, my first official internship, falling hopelessly sick in the middle of it, having bitchy colleagues and some really nice ones, breaking up, natsumatsuri wearing a yukata (DREAM COME TRUE), meeting old friends from long ago, cutting my hair, being thrown like a rag doll, kl with churchies and christmas with love hope and joy.

roller coaster ups and downs man!

but everything happens for a reason and helps you grow as a person. so whatever happened to you this year, think about how it changed you, and if it changed you negatively, well perhaps you can think of it a positive way. instead of thinking 'i am more susceptible to hurt' think about being more cautious before letting yourself get hurt!


Literature from the past.

I remember once, only once, I've gotten a 21/2five for my literature essay. And I was SUPER SUPER shocked. It was the highest I'd ever gotten and previously I'd only been scoring like 14 and fifteen's.

After the teacher went through the paper, I realized that I didn't cover all the 'model answer' stuff and also there was one part that was badly elaborated (in my essay). I quietly walked up to her and said,

"Uhm.. Mrs Low, uhm.."
"Congratulations Claire!"
"Thank you.. but uhhh. I.. don't really understand why I got a 21? Considering I didn't *blahblah*"

"Claire, we felt that your script was well written and even though you didn't cover all the points, you covered the major points. Plus, are you saying that we should give you a lower grade? Because the papers are all moderated, so if we give you a lower grade then everyone else will get their marks moderated down too."

With that, I was shocked and thanked her again and walked back to my seat.

And that was when I started having hope for lit, and hoping that I had some sort of flair in it.

The purpose of this blog entry is to tell everyone that, you might think you're not doing your best in something, or that your expectations of yourself are too high, but you're actually doing really well comparatively, so don't give yourself unnecessary stress.

Look at the people around you and be grateful (:

(This entry is not meant for me to bhb ok, I have failed chinese many many many times and failed lit many many many times too. But just random k?)

let me think about something out loud.

You know how on tv,
Guy wants to have sex with girl, girl says nooo (due to religion, way she's brought up etc) and the guy finds all ways to charm her or convince her to do it..

for his own pleasure?

he will say things like

"i will be gentle
it doesn't hurt
what if i wear something
you won't get pregnant
it feels good"

And if the girl doesn't give in, the emotional blackmail kicks in

"if you love me you will do it
i thought you cared about me"


even worse, there could be accusations like

"you did it with other people right?"

Then the guy will ignore her and push her away, she will try to talk to him, he is indifferent. she hurts.

then the girl most probably gets guilt-tripped because she doesn't want to lose him so she obliges.

a really sad but plausible story. you know how you used to watch tv and say "HUH WHY SHE SO WEAK WHY GIVE IN SO EASILY"

as you get older you actually see these things for yourself, and you feel the same emotions except in different scenarios and you realize how hard it is to tear yourself from someone you love. you're willing to do so much.

this earlier scenario did not happen to me please don't start assuming, but the feelings behind it, sure did.

i made myself look pathetic, pitiful, useless

actually begging, at one point, and of course, crying, but nothing changed.

and so the people around me told me to stop hurting myself, but then you can't because you're already in too deep. you keep getting stabbed but your hand is still holding on.

hours pass and your hand is tired, a finger slips. you freak out because you don't want to let go

you wonder why that person thinks in such a narrow manner. is the relationship worth so little to him that it jeopardizes everything else?

is there no way to solve things together?

you make up your mind to go over, then you get pushed away repeatedly, the person you want to hold on to is actually helping to step on your fingers.

one last finger holding on.

it can only last until midnight.

Things to look forward to..

I normally post this in the midst of my exams but I am feeling really stressed today.

Things to look forward to once exams are over:-

1) Playing Professor Layton on DS. I wonder if I can borrow the game AND the DS from a friend.

2) Playing all the games on my friend's online account. There's Sam and Max etc (I never completed the entire game because my brother just rebooted the com one fine day and I was too annoyed to start from the beginning. I WAS FINISHING LOH! I was at the cinema level I think? Can't really remember.

3) L4D2. I don't want to be the sacrificial one AGAIN.

4) Overseas!

FIVE) my five button is not working. fml. Uh, final semester in uni.

6) Meet-ups with friends flying back from their respective countries

7) Christmas!! Ok this should be higher up on the list.

8) 2011.

Of birthday parties.

You know the situation.
X has invited you + someone you're uncomfortable with, due to a past feud or enemy or whatever. What should you do?

Should you decline politely, even though you wish you could be there?
Or should you accept, and not turn up on that day?
Or accept and turn up and face the awkwardness, knowing that you two were once in the same clique of friends?

This is assuming you were, once upon a time, close to X of course. Or why else would he/she invite you??

For me, I had that test quite recently.

X's birthday party and knowing A and B will be there. I thought about it long and hard, weighed the pros and cons, even asked some of my friends for advice. I'm not friends with A and B anymore, so you can kinda guess the extent of awkwardness it would become. (eg, not friends on facebook either!)

I decided to go with another friend, C.


Because when you attend someone's birthday party, it is about that person, about the friend X. You put everything in the past or present aside and attend. That's what friendship is about. So what if it'll be awkward? Find your own space and be comfortable there. Mingle around and make new friends or something.

I went, had to greet the clique of friends (of course) and found another seat with C. We had two drinks, talked about stuff, while X was trying to get us to sit together with the clique. But I told her, "X, I'm here for you. Seriously." Then we continued sitting at our table.

I'm not going to be fake and pretend everything is alright and sit at the table. Nor can I just let bygones be bygones because they will not exactly welcome me with open arms either. It's a two-way thing. I tried to patch things up with one of them before, many times, but I gave up. It just cannot be patched.

A came to talk to C (everyone knows each other) and she said something that 'included' me. "Yall want to come over and do shots with us?"


So I instantly relaxed, and went over to chat with the other clique members, and wished A a happy belated birthday. I also asked B at some point what she said to the DJ.

They left a little past midnight, the tension was fully gone. Met a few other random friends, and had an awesome night.

That's all!


Finally, a half of the day to catch my breath from the craziness that surrounds me.
I haven't been doing any of my tutorials or seminars the past week. That really says a lot. There's just so much to do and so little time, especially when I insist I need to have 8hours of sleep and I have to attend my clique's birthday parties. Not even including the number of tuitions I have.


Well recently I've been seeing quite a few break-ups and I must say that they are definitely painful to a certain extent, for everyone. It's like an investment you put in effort to, that reaped sub-par returns.

There are some people who insist that once it's over, it's over forever. Meaning, they will never get back together. Which I think is reasonable. It must've taken you a lot of thought to decide that you'd want to break up. The problems must've been escalating to such a point that you can't take it anymore. So whenever you think of it that way, you mustn't be swayed by the short term benefits, and remember your decision and stick to it.

There are some who refuse to talk to their ex-es forever. This I don't understand. Why? You two know each other so well and yet you want to end this friendship? I think that just says that he/she is a coward, afraid that he/she will have feelings for the other person again. The only way to know that you've truly gotten over someone is if you can look at the person in the eye and be truly happy that he/she has found someone new. That you don't feel that pain/longing when you hear his/her name or when you look at him/her.

No point getting into another serious relationship almost immediately after breaking up because that will just make you confused.

No point spiting the other party just to show that "you've moved on". That's RIDICULOUS. It just harms yourself and the other person even more. Grow up, be more mature and don't ever play the spite game.


Recently, I've begun to take a fresh perspective on relationships. And that is on "fairness". Whatever you do, the other person should be allowed to do it as well. Call me WOLS or whatever la, but I'm trying to adapt to that mindset. I think it's really good. That means changing and barricading more emotions but I think it's for the better.


Freaking starving right now. Going to get food.

Hope everyone reading this doesn't get emo, but rather provoked to make your relationship better.

Wake up your idea.

Talking to an acquaintance and he is buying a car in about a month's time, paying everything by himself. Last I saw him he was in SAJC, then he's earned enough to buy his own car in that short period of time (about 2-3 years).

What have I been doing with my life....


Ever have friends that talk about their bf/gf all the time, bring their other halves into conversations as examples (eg: oh yea you know my boyfriend did..) I mean if it's a few times then ok fine, but after a while it gets gag-worthy. If they're your close friends it's fine, but if they're just friends...

No, I am not jealous of the relationship that they have. It's just that, things between the two of you are supposed to be special, like private. Would you want the whole world to know?

I think that, when I'm in a relationship, I prefer to keep many things hidden and private. If there's a problem, the only people who know about it is us. Only people who can solve it, is also us.

When other people know, it complicates things. Then the gossips start, and people can twist stories ever so easily.....
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