The week that was


March 16, 2008 6:14 PM

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  1. My friend Blinkymummy returned to Singapore at the start of the week. Trying to catch up on my sleep ever since. Failed. Lacklustre blogging ensued.
  2. A colleague was stressed out by a problem customer. Everyone walked on egg shells the rest of the day. There are times when one should speak up at work, and there are times to just shut up when one does not know the full story. This was one of those times.
  3. Still can’t get over the multitude of hotness that is inner city office women. Going “woah” many many times over in my head when on the bus, on the train, and when walking around and out buying lunch. Highly distracting. Good thing that my office consists of mostly males. Or is it?
  4. Walking halfway across town on a boozy night to meet up with friends at another club even though I was quite content where I was, just because I said I would. The shoes I had on weren’t made for walking. Also lost a $50 note in the process. Was worth it in the end. Seeing friendly faces that are happy to see you is priceless.
  5. Discovered VegasMode at Capitol – electro house with a smattering of trance. Orgasmatron.
  6. Knowing it is a long weekend coming up – bliss.

12 thoughts on “The week that was

  1. ckl

    yah! long weekend! can’t wait! We’re going camping, one thing we like about living in Australia – just a few hours (or less) drive you are in the outback – far away from cars, people, noise; surrounded by nature’s beauties…

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  2. mooiness Post author

    blur ting: hahah err … depend on their socio-economical background. 😉

    herman: it’s true man. talk a walk during office hours one day, or even better – weekday lunch time.

    ckl: yeah it’s kinda like that isn’t it? it’s within reach if you like that sort of thing.

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  3. sophia

    Hey Marcus… I think I saw you at Northbridge last Friday night! I was at rise looking down and I saw you walking towards Bankwest that direction! Hmmm… I think it was you!

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