But where to? In this music video, Nong May, as usual, is so kawaii.
Apparently, the sometime Thai Prime Minister is going to celebrate his birthday by giving his fans an opportunity to communicate with him via Facebook and Twitter. I assume that many people, especially his cohorts who have not used social networks before, are dying to register with these social utilities. His Facebook and Twitter pages will appear in cyberspace tomorrow, that is Saturday, 25 July, Thailand time. The first issue that he wants to discuss is Swine ‘flu. He would like to present his knowledge of how to tackle this pandemic to the Thai government. And another thing, he is going to welcome anybody who wants to join his networks, particularly those who want to wish him a happy birthday. I cannot wait to join the club. Probably not.
In short, I am very lovely, according to my own opinion. 🙂 I cannot deny this fact. It must surely sound extremely narcissistic and arrogant to say this. Yet in my self adoration, I have no shame whatsoever. To me, all human beings should at least appreciate their imperfect lives to some extent and in one way or another. To value myself does not mean that I think I am far superior to other people. I just love life and try my very best to make it worth living. I will always find a way to be on cloud nine. One way to do this is to turn myself into a preener on a regular basis.
What inspired me to compose this rambling is an item of news entitled ‘How lovely are you?’. There are quizzes given on the news as a way to find out whether you are a lovely person or not. A case in point is question no 19: “You are confident of your shape when being naked”. There are only two choices for the answer, i.e. yes or no. My answer is the former. Overall, there are 23 questions. If you are up for a laugh or you want to satisfy your own curiosity, I recommend checking it out via the link.
Filed under Humour, News, Polls
This song is for you who come to visit my blog. It is a lovely song. It does not matter whether you know the Thai lyrics or not, I think you can still enjoy it. I used to occasionally sing this song while I was walking from the train station to my home, after I had finished my studies in London. For some inexplicable reason, when I sang it, it helped to alleviate my frustration.