I spent an hour writing about my band performance on Sunday but my writing was so dry and boring that my toes started to itch and I ended up deleting the entry in a fit of rage.
Actually, my toes are itching because I think there’s something wrong with the pair of sneakers I was wearing on Sunday. This isn’t the first time those shoes have made my toes itch.
I think it’s time to donate them to my enemies.
Okay. I just gave my toes a calamine lotion bath. That’ll teach whatever parasites are feeding on my toes.
I suppose you don’t want to see a picture of that, so here’s a happy one, instead.
By the way, Unker Kell has a question to ask everyone.
He wants to know how the following picture illustrates that the black pig in question is free from stress:
This photo was spotted on a menu at Tampopo, a Japanese restaurant in Liang Court.
Tampopo is famous for its black pig dishes. But, honestly, if I am going to be eating your pigs, I don’t want to know about them being happy and stress-free, or that they can juggle oranges, just before they get slaughtered to feed me.
I’ve always had problems with happy animal mascots.
I mean, seriously. Can you trust a chicken who is enthusiastically persuading you to eat its comrades?
What, do they expect people to be, like, “Ooh, you cute widdle chicken, how I would love to eat you”?
Not that cute animal mascots will stop me from eating fried chicken if the fried chicken were really good. But it’s still sick, and I don’t like being reminded that we all have a bit of sick in us.
Gim Goh Yunkai, comedian, who describes himself as “frenly ass around the neighbourhood”, which is a little bit sick, in a way.
Speaking of sick, everybody, and I mean everybody, is falling sick.
Anyone that doesn’t has H1N1 has regular flu.
If you’re having a sore throat, I’d like to recommend traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).
I used to get sore throats A LOT in the past, like a few times a year, and they would last weeks, no matter how religiously I drank warm lemon honey or gargled with salt water or took antibiotics.
With Chinese medicine, my sore throats heal in 1-3 days, depending on the severity.
Just go to any TCM shop and ask for sore throat powders or pills. Different shops offer different types, but most of them work. Just be sure to get the homemade types and not the commercially packaged types, which don’t work as well.
Note, though, that the powder, which you have to mix with water, is very bitter, so bitter that you will wish you’d never been born when taking it. But it’s really worth it if you want to get rid of your sore throat quickly.
And buy this:
It’s called Golden Throat Lozenge and it will soothe your throat and help in healing, in between your powder/pill medication. Available at almost all TCM shops.
I took these cute little pills yesterday because I started feeling a minor sore throat.
After two dosages, my sore throat was gone!
Um… I don’t know about cures for other flu symptoms, cos they don’t bother me as much as sore throats do. I hate sore throats with a vengeance, which was why I made it my life’s purpose to find the most effective cure possible.
Okay, I don’t want to leave you with a buffoon-faced image of me (first pic on top), so here’s a proper pic to displace the buffoonness.
And another for good measure!
On the subject of camwhoring, guess whose photo I just found in my camera?
The surprises you get when you leave your camera unattended for a while!