Where will you be my darling? Where will you be when the dark is rising?
Thursday, April 17, 2008
I find it extremely ironic that I made a post about pricking and blood a day prior to "pricking" my toe and having it bleed. Talk about prophecy!
Actually, that post was inspired by a girl I got to know recently. No details here... in KL, there's things I don't need people to know =D.
Anyhoo, I finally got to speed earlier, the roads are empty at midnight! My mom's friend asked my mom to attend some talk about a health product, and my sister and I followed. Eh, its an MLM business, so I'm not interested, but the product itself is really interesting. And since the topic was health, it perfectly suited my sister -.-. Oh, and to add some more tidbits, my sister says that drinking one cup of Milo a day is unhealthy but 5 cups of coffee a day is alright. Plus, she said steaming vegetables makes them healthier than eating them raw. Aye, for those who don't know, any form of cooking to vegetables destroys vitamins and nutrients, although it varies with each style and duration. Plus, if having overloaded caffeine was healthier than one cup of moderated cocoa, I think the coffee industry would BOOM! And I finally asked where she got this information. She said "some people". Right -.-. Oh yeah, an interesting fact (FACT! From MSN.com), its been reported that having high levels of testosterone (the male hormone) has been linked to higher profits on sales and businesses. So if you feel manly, you'll probably earn a bit more. Its found in females too, although they mostly have estrogen. So ladies, the next time you feel like a man (uh, so long you don't get a gender-confusion), try something that will make you money! You'll earn more!
Oh, I forgot one thing. Having regular high doses of testosterone is extremely unhealthy. So have a balance =p, when you're manly, make money. When you're not, chill out. Or go act like Joel =x.
Aye, and just a little bit of info about my education. ITE SMSed me a few weeks ago asking me to enter course feedback by April 14, and I just remembered that. Whoops? Well, who told them to give me such a low GPA after I improved so much more in Year 2! Meh... maybe I slacked too much in Year 1. If I could just pick Year 2's GPA, it'd be much better =D.
And I still haven't made up my mind on my future yet. I hate making major headaching decisions. Zzz.