Sunday, April 24, 2011

I just saw a video posted on Facebook titled "Strangers, again". The whole video is sort of true in a way. For me, stage 3 is the best part of a relationship. And yeah, when things go wrong, what happens in the video is a generally what will happen in a failing relationship. It's kind of sad, though, that quite a lot of relationships do end that way - being strangers, again. But if that happens, you just gotta move on with life. It's difficult but in the long run, it will be worth it. There's no point looking back and regretting what is already in the past. Who knows? You just might meet someone just as special, if not more than that, in the future and your stage 4 will be a whole lot different.

p.s I'm still waiting for the right person to even initiate stage 1. And that's always the hardest part.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Food Pics

I'm just so bored right now so I've decided to put up some photos of food which I took with my camera.

Something really expensive which included mushrooms, abalones, sea cucumbers, and vegetables
Sambal kupang (mussels)

Broccoli with mushrooms and pork ribs

Asam pedas ikan pari

Lamb with tomatoes, cauliflower, and carrots cooked by my sis

Spaghetti inspired by Gordon Ramsey, cooked by my sis

Laksa at dad's friend's house during Chinese New Year 2011

The awesome Mega Mac by McDonald's

Liverpool Will Be Better Next Season

Yeah, yeah I know every season Liverpool fans will say the same thing but this time I have every reason to believe it's going to happen. I don't think they'll win the league but they will definitely be back in the top 4. Why? 2 reasons, Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll.

Suarez in action

Carroll reels away after scoring a rocket

The signs have been encouraging. Suarez scored on his debut and terrorized Manchester United. 2 goals and 3 assists in less than 10 league games? That's pretty good. Carroll, on the other hand, scored 2 against Manchester City and has really proved his prowess in the air in every match he's played bar the game against WBA. So, if they along with Gerrard can stay fit throughout next season, Liverpool will be back where they belong, I'm sure. And with youngsters like Martin Kelly, John Flanagan, Jack Robinson and Jay Spearing coming through the youth academy and putting in solid performances recently, I believe Liverpool will go far next season - with or without European football, as long as King Kenny is in charge of the team.