So I was looking through a notebook which I started earlier this year and realized that there were some stuff I jotted down which I haven’t had the opportunity to blog about yet. And here is one of them- and interview with my little sister. This happened some time around Chinese New Year, in a car, if I can recall correctly.
How did you come up with the name ‘Rollerbuzz’? (that’s the handle my sister uses online)
I don’t know
Do you enjoy being my sister? Why?
No. Cos you bully me all the time. See what you did to my teeth!*
What do you plan to study after high school?
Do you plan to be a professional badminton player?
How do you intend to turn professional?
Train lah. Train harder. Train till I can beat George Wong
How much angpau do you expect to receive this year?
How will you spend your angpau money?
Travel to Europe
Why do you want to go there?
So I can enjoy myself. So I can see snow, real snow. Go and find Ballack. Go and find (illegible text :P)
Any last words before I end this? Anything to say to my readers?
To your readers? Who are they? Who actually reads this?
After typing this interview out, I realized its pretty bad. I should just get some internet quiz and question her next time. But if you noticed the asterisk (*), which means there’s a footnote, and another story for me to tell!
* My sister’s teeth
If you ever get a chance to meet my little sister, you might notice the little chip in one of her front teeth. It looks something like this-
Anyway, the story took place at the same place where I performed my Mary Poppins stunt for the Dumbass movie! The same exact pool!
A few years ago…
1) I was inside the pool while my sister was standing next to it.
2) I grabbed her–
3) –and pulled her into the pool
4) She smacked her tooth onto the side of the pool. I’ll never forget that moment. The was this loud ‘THUD’ sound and in my mind I was going ‘OHMYGODOHFUCKOHSHITWHATTHEFUCKHAVEIDONE?!!?!’ I still experience that feeling every time I think about it (I am not kidding here!) I seriously thought I almost killed her!
She turned around, looked at me, shocked, horrified, speechless. She didn’t even cry! Now she has a trophy to carry around while I have a guilty conscience. That was probably one of the worst things I have ever done in my life and I still regret it today. Though I do find time to laugh about it once in awhile.
I have not done a thing like that since then.
I think I have successfully destroyed the image in your head of me being a nice elder brother.