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My sister’s final wedding dinner is happening next week and there’s still a lot to do. She ultimately decided that we will be literally getting our hands-on everything from picking flowers to arranging them into centerpieces, again.
I know it’s super last minute given the rather long period of time we had to prepare (i wonder how we ended up like this lol) but to tell you the truth, i don’t think it’s all that bad. I don’t mind working under time constraints some times. It gives me the chance to show how well i can perform under pressure. Today’s my rest day so it begins tomorrow. I also googled a bunch of pictures for inspiration so i’ll know what to get tomorrow.
Hoongmao updated his Xbox recently and we got a bunch of new games to play. One of them was this one, which is a third-person shooter game that also has a splitscreen co-op gameplay option. I had a bad experience playing my first Army of Two (Army of Two: 40th Day) game and i didn’t even make it pass the first chapter cause i was that bad.
But since there’s not many co-op games around, i had to give this a go and play it with the panda. I think it’s a lot better than the previous Army of Two, maybe because we have a bigger and wider tv now so it makes it easier to see.
Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel trailer
The game focuses on two characters named Alpha (black mask) and Bravo (yellow). In co-op mode, the first player plays Alpha while the second player (which is me) plays Bravo. Although the game is a lot more fun compared to my first experience with Army of Two, it’s obvious that i’m still not very good at it judging from the number of times my character died. And the amount of swearing and grunting coming out from me – unbelievable.
Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel co-op gameplay
This is me playing Army of Two, or any shooter game for that matter:
“Omg.. omg omg omg. ARGHHH WHERE IS THE SHOOTING COMING FROM?! I KEEP GETTING HITTT. GOD DAMMIT- ok i got that bastard! Hahaha! ARGH GRENADE!! Omg p, i’m down! I’M DOWN! SAVE MEEEE! Thanks, p!”
‘Bravo was killed’
There was one chapter where Hoong had to come save me six times and we still had to restart the scene anyway because i died. TWICE.
On our second day in Amsterdam, we all woke up pretty early in the morning because we had some touristy stuff planned.
Usually i’ll be the one who wakes up and uses the bathroom first because i take longer time to get ready, but this time i just slept in and let Hoongmao take the bathroom first. It was one of those times when you’re feeling a little tired and lazy and you just want some extra rolling time, so you decide to be “generous and kind” by letting your partner use the bathroom first.
And it turned out to be a good call because when i came out from the bathroom, Hoong was already making breakfast along with some hot tea (❁´◡`❁)
We bought salad, some bread and a couple slices of ham from the supermarket the night before. The beauty of being in a cold weathered country is that you don’t have to refrigerate everything. Hoong made us a ham sandwich and used the remaining ham in the salad. Choice of teas – English Breakfast for me and Green Tea for him.
The funny part is that we didn’t have any utensils in the room and for some reasons, we couldn’t be bothered to call room service, so we ended up using the plastic tea stirrers as miserable replacements for chopsticks.
But nonetheless, breakfast was delicious.
Dressed up and went down to the lobby to meet up with the rest and proceeded to take the tram down to Dam Square once again. The tram ride takes about 15 minutes or more to get to the square from the hotel. A journey like that might seem long at times, but there’s lots to see when you’re a foreign place so you tend to just zone out the window and enjoy the view.
I was initially supposed to do a continuation of my trip to Amsterdam, but something happened last night that totally inspired me to write this particular blog post. Last night, a friend sent me a link to a picture of someone and said, “Help me see if she did anything to her face.”
I know you all must be wondering, “WHO DAT GIRL?!” Now now, settle down. Honestly, i don’t even know her and i didn’t even question my friend on who she is. I simply assumed that it was like one of those old friends who you’ve never seen for a long time, and all a sudden that friend looks really different now and it really makes you wonder.
Ever since the Korean wave hit our country, plastic surgery is becoming more acceptable in our society. You can even call it a trend, if you like. While it’s common for both men and women to go for plastic surgery in Korea, men in Malaysia have yet to catch up on that trend. As far as i know, only the girls are doing it.
So back to my story. Did the girl do anything to her face?
Time for Inspector Chin to get to work!
I scanned through her other pictures and compared them with her older pictures, and confirmed that she indeed looks different. Her makeup skills has definitely leveled up. Besides that, her chin and jawline became sharper from a rather rectangular/square jawline to a V-line shape, which is a shape that’s much coveted recently.
SO DID SHE DO IT?
The answer is…
Slowed down on updates last week because i had quite a couple of things going on. “You sure are busy for someone who’s just bumming around.” I know, right?
Anyway, a close friend’s dad passed away last week. Although i managed to attend two out of three days of the funeral, i didn’t get to spend as much time as i hoped to there cause other things got in the way. I’m just saying it out of respect since it’s a close friend of mine and i practically knew his dad since my childhood.
You were loved by many, Uncle Khoo. And you will be missed dearly. Rest in peace.