“Each time you girls buy something new, you’ve got to get rid of 2 pieces of clothing from your cupboard”
(yes, even though I am working and I use my own money to buy my things, she still makes rules like these for me)
And seriously, Mama seriously thought that that’s a difficult rule she just made. Difficult? Are you kidding me?
I’ve got a little sister at home and like a gazillion of cute, girlie cousins, all almost of the same size (apart from 2 maybe, but even then, I can give them my baju tidur), so that’s really no problem for me.
New (secondhand) clothes, girls? Anyone? Anyone? ;p
But the problem right now is that I’m not in dire need of new clothes. I’ve been spending so much time at work that no one wants to ask me out anymore. I even go out after work in work clothes (habis tu apa lagi ye tak?), even for mini dates. So, yes. I have become boring like that and the need for clothes for going out is now obsolete T_T"
Okay, okay, enough of self pity.
What I need right now is a gadget. And no, it’s not for Theodore. Since Uncle Z has so kindly agreed to lend me his Wide Angle for my honeymoon, which TChal seems to think unnecessary because she thinks we wouldn’t be taking that many photos during our honeymoon anyways. Hmmm ;).
(Na, I know you will read this somehow and you will find a smile creeping up your face because your Mummy is just as funny as mine HAHAH.)
I really, really
I’ve been using the same phone since 2006, believe it or not and there is really nothing wrong with my current phone. My phone means a lot to me for what phones were originally made for – calling and texting. So, yes, I need a phone which can serve its original function, but in a much modern shape and size. But even then, that’s not the reason why I need a new phone.
One of the major issues I have with it is its inability to receive messages with more than 160 characters or so. It’s such a challenge because most people have upgraded their gadgets and when they send messages, it’s as if they are micro blogging. And I always miss out on the last part of the message because my phone was not made for really long texts. And believe it or not, sometimes, the last part of the message is the most important.
Then, I have to go through the hassle of texting the other person, telling them that the last part of their message went missing!
Lynn messaged me sometime before Raya about some wedding stuff and finally to wish me Hari Raya. Then the last part of the message goes:
“P/S: sa….” *text missing*
It could be a million things that Lynn wanted to say to me, and in my head, it was along these lines:
“P/S: Saya pregnant, Kakak”
I almost gambled to reply, “Congratulations, Sayang”.
But luckily I had the urge to clarify.
Turns out that she only said:
“P/S: Save some raya cookies for me will you?”
See, see what I mean now?
I need a new phone!
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