the day when i became a shopaholic…

dearest blog,

my workloads seem to have taken its toll on me. sometimes i feel bored with it but sometimes i look forward to it. the fluctuations of the career where i have to juggle between professionalism and individualism. duh, what a crap. blogging once in a blue moon (is blue moon to you? i don’t think so!) makes me mentally retarded (some ppl say i am retarted – due to lack of sensibilities). i lost count of all the recollections that i had earlier on. i should blog even more, in a well-timed and planned manner but who am i to babble? i love my job, so blogging can kiss my ass goodbye…heh!

the intellectual takes as a starting point his self and relates the world to his own sensibilities; the scientist accepts an existing field of knowledge and seeks to map out the unexplored terrain. as a necessary prerequisite to the creation of new forms of expression one might, i suppose, argue that current sensibilities respond uniquely to the notion of exhaustion as exhaustion, although that does de facto seem rather limiting.what the heck…by the way, do you think my ramblings got nothing to do with the title of the entry? well, here goes…i went to isetan yesterday, bought a nice (i can say nice..) suit from ‘Ji-Too’. browse through my wallet and i got jaya jusco j-card in there…i even got sogo s-card, egenting worldcard, isetan member’s card, metrojaya priviledge card and bonuslink. owh ya, i even got a hinode shop friendly card.

i love the hinode shop tagline….”welcome, five ringgit per item!”

go figure!

2 thoughts on “the day when i became a shopaholic…

  1. i kinda lost touch, need to rebuff my skill (if there is any)…btw, rambling on nothing is worth writing something 😉

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