1. I don't dig my nose in my car but I shave in it (my car, not my nose that is, LOL).
No, not with shaving foam and razor. (What, you think I am Mr Bean ah?) I am a very busy executive, you know? Besides, with all the time I spent blogging, especially mindless memes like this one, I always wake up too late to shave in the toilet so I end up shaving in the car. But if shaving in the car is weird, why did they come up with a product like that in the first place?
2. According to my friends
who've since become my enemies, I have weird hands.
But frankly, I don't know what so weird about my hands. They also have 5 fingers each what. Oh you mean you see one hand much smaller than the other, is it? Aiyah, then you obviously don't know what is the meaning of perspective in art.
3. According to my
enemies friends, I also have weird feet.
Again, what's so weird about my feet? They look different from each other? Of course what, abaden? They are left foot and right foot, for goodness sake. Don't you know that a man's left side of the face is also a little different from his right? Don't believe me? Just photoshop half of your face, say left (i.e. mask out the right side), make a mirror copy of the left, then paste the mirror copy as your right face. I bet you can't even recognise yourself, okay? Jisuz, even coconuts come in different sizes.
Still stubbornly refuse to get my point? (This phrase is also by courtesy of Chun See, just like his newly-coined OAMSN = on a more serious note.) Let me show you what I am trying to say by doing a little experiment.
(The subject of my earlier experiment had voiced dissatisfaction that I had defaced his photo. I am very sorry for any embarassment caused to the subject and I apologise unreservedly for the mistake. Subject's name has been withheld so that he cannot be identified. For those who had saved a copy of the doctored photo, you are advised to destroy it immediately.)
For the same experiment, I have replaced the earlier photo with a more deserving subject:
I think a lot of people would like to see the new subject cut up into a hundred pieces, not just halved. So there shouldn't be any problem with this one, I hope. Although for some unknown reason, the effect is not as great or as funny as the earlier one, you still can see the differences here:
The left photo was reconstructed using 2 right halves of subject's face while the right photo was reconstructed using 2 left halves of his face. Notice that the eyes, nose, mouth, ears and even the face shape are different between the two photos. A point proven beyond all reasonable doubt.
4. I am comfortable with any footwear, even if they don't come in a pair. So long as I have shoes, I don't complain.
I normally don't do that. However, on this occasion, I did it for a very good reason. You see, my family was at the bowling alley at NSRCC in Changi Coast Rd. After each of us had exchanged our left shoe for a pair of bowling shoes, I realised that my socks were in the car. So I borrowed my son's right sandal and wore it on my left foot. I had my own shoe on my right foot. Then I walked to my car to get my socks.
5. I have a pair of dimples (not to mention red luscious lips).
Don't they make me look like a cute Cabbage Patch doll?
Hmm... I must ask my wife if she married me because of my dimples, haha.
6. Yes, I still love Mr Bean shows. (Stop sniggering, Chris.) It's no shame if I'm capable of appreciating Mr Bean's humour. I know it's slapstick comedy but Mr Bean makes me feel so good when he seems to have stranger hands than my own. And no cute dimples too. LOL.
Oh is that 7 people? I can't help it if I got so many blogger friends mah, hehe. One of you is the reserve tag. (Did I hear all of you wanting to be the reserve? Too bad, only one of you can drop out, haha.)