Assalamualaikum and happy Saturday, peepz!
Urgh. It doesn't sound like Saturday. Instead, it's so Monday. I woke up early this morning to continue my revision. But I'm not feeling really well today. There are two things.
One, I got this freaking ulcer in my mouth, it lies between my tongue and left jaw's gum. It hurts okay. It feels more hurt when I eat, drink, brush teeth or even swallow my saliva. But it won't stop me from eating more food. :p
And two, my nose sucks. A little dust will cause me to sneeze horribly. I started sneezing since yesterday when I got home and settled in my bedroom. I left the room for many days and I didn't have time to clean it. So the dust is everywhere and when I turned on the fan, it maybe flied around and out of my conscious, I inhaled it. That's the only possible theory I've made. :p
Thank God, I still can study and do my revision.
The freak uncle is still staying in our house. My family think he's cool because he shares some unique recipes from his town with us. One of them is stuffed squid with rice. I'd like to call it stuffed calamari. Stuffed squid is so last year. We had it for lunch today, and it tasted not so bad. I think it would be more delicious if grilled or fried, instead of cooked with coconut milk which was not good for health. Though he's quite good in cooking, I'm not impressed and I won't be. Duhhh.
Oh by the way, I forgot to include in previous entry that I've watched Just Go With It on last Thursday with Ifo. The movie's starring my favorite starlets, the crazy Adam Sandler and the beautiful Jennifer Aniston, which was so hilarious. It's good that there's only few people in the cinema that day, so we can guiltlessly laugh out loud. I know we're so last week. Everyone is moving to newer movie huh. So what. We just had the chance.
I got the feeling of deja vu while watching it you know. It's a love story. While watching the movie, I was like, oh, been there, done that. Especially the one scene where Danny (Adam Sandler) and Katherine (Jennifer Aniston) were pretending to be as husband and wife, and their friend, Devlin (Nicole Kidman) asked them to look into each other's eyes and say what they love about each other. They did it and they weren't pretending, I mean, what they said about each other was coming straight from their heart.
It's so romantic and pure. That's true love. You gotta be honest to your partner. Of all the good and bad things about him/her, accept him/her for who he/she is. Nothing between both of you is fake.
Oh my, how wonderful it is.
It reminds me of the love story of Prince William and Kate Middleton. I'd like to write about it but not now. Maybe in the next coming post. Stay tune.