As a kid, whenever you are sick and visit a doctor, the doctor always has some candy for you after the consultation. A sweet consolation (pun intended), but it doesn't always work out in reality.
Is it wrong, as a member of a sports team, not to feel upset after a loss, simply because he has scored a magnificent goal? Truth to be told, I don't think we deserved to lose.
I'm guessing it's just euphoria.
Thursday, 17 November 2011
I have had a few blogs, but so far, never a lasting one. And my last one was very awesome. Seriously. The only reason I stopped writing on it is due to personal reasons, mainly because I wish to move on from it. Well anyway, after the show "Two and a Half Men" took a twist and revealed that Charlie Harper actually kept a diary, I thought, heck, why not let's try again.
To digress a little, I think "Two and a Half Men" is arguably the best comedy show. Until they decided to remove Charlie Sheen. Look, I don't give a rat's ass about how screwed up Sheen is as a person, but "Two and a Half Men" simply blows without him. The introduction of Walden Schmidt/Ashton Kutcher in replacement of Charlie Harper is just awry. We already have the wimpy and gay-ish guy in Alan, why do we need another? Hopefully as the season goes on, Schmidt grows to become more...Charlie.
The thing is, I never understood what a blog is supposed to be. To some people, a blog is simply a diary. To others, a blog is a place to discuss and air strong opinions against certain topics of value. The latter would be more of the style I would be adopting. Of course, there are those who simply dump share videos/jokes/random stuff on their blogs; hopefully this would not happen on this blog. Scratch that, I assure readers none of the entries on this blog would be pure copy-paste.