The Red Packet.

So I just finished counting all my angpows. This year I managed to gain RM 250. If I included the RM150 I lost to gambling then I would have a whopping RM400 (not alot I know, but what do you expect from someone who went to less than 5 different houses during CNY haha)

Anyway, as I was opening the packets quite a few thoughts came into my head and I decided to blog about them.

Some angpows are hard to open. Especially when they glue the flaps. Seriously, why bother? It takes time to take out the precious money and time is money! Okay that was lame.

Angpows should have a picture of the giver’s faces on them– so you recognize the stingy bastards in your family (I kid, I kid, don’t learn from me and call your relatives bastards, unless of course they really are bastards, it should be alright), and who the generous relatives (people to run to in the future when you’re on the run from loan sharks).

Angpows should be transparent! So you won’t ever be surprised by what you get anymore! Like just now when I opened one angpow, it was a fancy looking AUSSINO one don’t know who gave it but I digress, I saw a rm1 note inside, and I was like ‘wow, who gave me rm1?’ then I reached in and pulled out a whole bunch of notes. There were actually two rm2 notes and an rm1 note! And I was thinking to myself, ‘rm2 notes? Can you even use them anymore?’ (of course you can haha) but imagine if they weren’t usable- it would’ve been an rm1 angpow instead! But if the packets were transparent, I would’ve been able to say ‘hey lady (I’m assuming a female gave it to me cos real men probably don’t use AUSSINO angpows)- these notes aren’t usable, why don’t you give me the other angpow with the real rm5 notes instead?’ Then she blushes and hands me over an angpow with real value.

Till the next CNY kids!


So I caught Jumper today. And it was an enjoyable flick. Like what my sister said it’s a ‘guy’s chick flick’- it has everything a guy would want in a movie- cars, girls and special effects. But besides Hayden Christensen’s emotionless acting, the rest of the film was pretty good. His sidekick Griffin stole most of the good lines from him (he deserved them anyway), and Samuel L. Jackson is bad ass as usual. Effects were top notch, and by the end of the film it made us (actually, mostly just me) ‘jump’ all over the shopping mall and car park. HAHA. I’d give it a 7/10.

The only thing that didn’t happen that would’ve made the movie a 10/10 (IMO)-


WARNING- this post contains some spoilers

So I just came back from the cinema an hour ago. I watched CJ7- Stephen Chow’s latest film. Halfway through the film when Dicky’s father dies, and they showed the scene in the hospital. Something hit me- the initials CJ stood for Christ Jesus! (okay if you are offended, you can close this page now)
By the end of the movie, it was pretty clear that CJ7 was a metaphor for JC-

He came to Earth by extraordinary means. So did the little alien.
He healed people. CJ7 fixed broken things, made rotten apples fresh.
He raised the dead. CJ7 raised the dead.
He died. CJ7 died.

You start to see the similarities? Anyways, the main thing was that they brought hope and love to people. And by the end of the movie, CJ7 was like practically worshiped by the little kid. The alien gave him so much hope. Maybe Stephen Chow is a Christian and is trying to spread the love of God through his movies.

Oh both CJ7 and Jesus had awesome facial hair. And the number 7 at the end of his name is such a give away! Why use a divine number if CJ wasn’t divine?

And Kitty Zhang is teh hawtness.