Monday, February 21, 2005

Getting Monday fixed


Here's a little recipe I want to share with youse all, which works well when you're in a sorta deep blue funk about things. When you're in a sorta deep blue funk, focus on other things you normally don't pay attention to. Some people call it escapism, but that's too big a word for me. I call it focussing on things you don't normally pay attention to. And so, I made sure I had my camera handy (as opposed to having it in my bag, because I'd still be too lazy to actually take it out of the bag), and when I had a break in work, I looked around me and took pictures of the most striking things among the mundane things around me. Here are the things I saw on Monday: Use the correct tense The importance of using the correct tense: Hook on Steamboat, you can attach it to your pants so you can walk around the beach on East Coast Park with dinner for the family following you. When you grow taller you can reach for a mug When you grow taller, you can reach for the mug Flame of the forest Flame of the forest HDB estate: You can see the red 10 football fields away. Half the tiger in my tank Elixir of the gods: Iced coffee shop coffee in a Tiger mug I heart rubbish I heart rubbish Fat cat Why the coffee shop cat is fat, and what happens to the chicken from the chicken rice stall when they can't sell enough: Two pressing questions answered. Beer lights up my day Beer lights up my day (and night)
iTunes' party shuffle is playing a copy of: Fallen - k.d. lang - Hymns Of The 49th Parallel, of which I have the original CD and therefore didn't steal music.


4 Comments:

Blogger Ed, Edd & Eddy !!! said...

Wow, a nice post you have here Mr Miyagi.

Striking things among mundane things. Sometimes we just got to slow down and enjoy the surroundings.

2/21/2005 11:20:00 PM  
Blogger Ah 9 said...

Thanx for dropping by again, im humbly honoured. =D

2/22/2005 12:22:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"... you can attach it to your pants so you can walk around the beach on East Coast Park with dinner for the family following you."

That would be "hook-on steamboat".

2/22/2005 04:23:00 PM  
Blogger Mr Miyagi said...

Yes it would, wouldn't it? Good thing I don't make signage for restaurants. Or leave anonymous comments.

2/23/2005 01:46:00 AM  

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