Monday, May 9, 2011


I went out with my girlfriends today  for lunch.

The last time we three was together was almost, a year ago during this 'photoshoot' :

We met up for an old fashioned stuff our faces session at an American joint in town when the subject of 'Tweeting' came up.

"You must really try. It is soooo much better than FB. You don't have to deal with apps and all. You just post whatever it is that you are doing and other people follow."

Before this I have mentioned before on my failure to understand this whole 'tweeting' phenom.

For one, I rarely, for now anyway, think, of anything significant.

I am sort of dating now, but no reason for me to tweet about that. Heck, I don't even FB about it. I don't like unnecessary attention on 'that' part of my personal life. Not when I have my Mum and my sister in my 'friends' list!

I actually created a Twitter account back in 2008. It has stayed dormant since then.

So, in the spirit of trying out something new, I reactivated my twitter account and decided to give it a test run.

I want to see what's all the hype in tweets. So.... what-lah?


I met up with The Scotsman after a week of not 'dating'. He had something going on last weekend so we took it as our time out.

I am not taking this whole thing with The Scotsman too seriously. I am still paranoid (will never stop being paranoid) and so I am just taking it a day at a time.

We kept in touch through text messages during the weekend, like school kids.

It feels kind of nice to receive text messages about what the other person is doing on a weekend spent, for once, since a long time, on our own.

Without feeling obliged to do it, of course.


6 Sigma.... Shall I?


  1. Interesting as it might seem to allot of people.
    Posting all our "thoughts" in "real time" is not as cool as they think.

    Twitter has its usage but its not for everybody.
    But it seems to be good for "busybody's" ... :)

  2. Hmm... I secretly think that all the humans in the universe are 'pat' -- as in busy body in Chinese, though I am not sure of the dialect-- so Twitter feeds that particular human need for goss.

    some people love 'following' celebs, I don't really know why... I decided to follow some understated comedian (Who is a cat) on Twitter.

    jokes are hilarious though. If you have cats then you'd know how actually hilarious they are. :)

  3. Cats are funny animals.
    So are dogs and squirrels.
    People are funny too, if you pay enough attention to their little gestures.

    Yet I blog, so I should not really comment too much about people who tweet. :P

  4. Babe, pray share what is your tweet handle!