Friday, March 21, 2008

Boys will always be boys

Well, if its not one of those days that I want to get into my boy mode and try my hands on what seem to be my brother's Lego Technic, suitable for kids aged 8-14. It was to build a tractor and I did it within an hour...


Yes, then there was the determination thing "I will wake up to study!" Pah!!! I ended up building a tractor and sat around waiting for the electricity to come back... I was just telling a friend of mine that I have reached a level that I could lie to myself and convince myself that I could procrastinate another day...

As the electricity came back, I had two beatiful ladies in my house for a threesome of sheer musical fun. We are performing tomorrow on stage!!! Exciting isn't it? And if you are having funny ideas and comments...

Before long, calls came for my Spiderwick movie date with "Macy" and her bf...
I have to say, out of all the trilogies, I find this one of the very best!!! the creatures look very intruiging and it kept me on the edge of the seat watching those chasing parts... Yes, a boy will always be a boy! And dinner after that was a rather amusing chat with "Macy" about sexuality and what it is being gay while I still admit finger crossed that I am staright! How do you tell your best friend who seemed still sceptical about Queer land? It was tougher when I had to check out cute boys at where else but the Queer Shrine, Pavilion...


When I returned to college and they had the library locked but my bag is still in it!!! Crap!!! My keys, my books, my umbrella, ella ella, eh eh eh... The guard refused to open it. Fret not, thank God for lectures, gave him a piece of her mind to get those silver keys klink-klank all the way to the 5th floor to get it opened... Yes, a boy indeed!!!

Finally, its already 10pm and I thought about getting a cab home. But on a rather busy road, no cabs seem to want to stop unil a lady dressed in a black chifon(spelling correct ar?) dress (whom I have seen standing all the time behind the "hooker alley" near college) told me its impossible to get a cab there... I finnaly jumped into the same train as she did...

Yes, my adventurous day... Catch me again next week on the life and times of ...
Pah!!! crappyness... Just thought of letting out some gas after a day of exhaustion

6 comments:

Queer Ranter said...

Oooo I love Lego! I used to have tonnes of them. They're somewhere in the house. :P

makingofmarvis said...

there are times when i do love wallowing in my own little kid world, playing with Super Mario and what not and pretend that I'm an innocent 5 year old kid again.

Jason said...

Adventurous eh? :)

Ah-Bong said...

i looooooooooooove lego too!!!!

Ben said...

Its been ages since I touched a Lego set. I have three Lego men sitting on my shelf. I miss my childhood.

William said...

OMG, lama tak main Lego. Never bought the Technic range. Way beyond my means back then.