Was tagged by Kit this time...
I love foods! I like everything related to foods, the favourite are cooking and eating. I feel happy if my foods are enjoyed by others and I enjoyed other people's food too.
I like to stay at home more than going out, for this stage lar... Looks like old people rather than a teenager. By the way, I am 19 now, my teenage years almost finished lorr. I like to do anything in my home. It is comfortable, with all the familiar furnitures, and my family. Maybe I have not realise my social needs and am now trying to fulfill my safety needs. Haha. (Please refer to the Marketing textbook, Maslow Hierarchy)
I am always forgetful. For example, hand phones. I tend to forget where I put my belongings. Last Saturday, I forgot where I left my hand phone. Until next morning only I realise because I did not hear the usual alarm ringti=one of my phone. But luckily now I found it liao. My cousin hid it.
I don't like computer. It makes me feel dizzy. But whenever I started to use it, I will stay in front of the pc whole day. Like sometimes I only wanted to check my mail, but ended up writing comments in Friendster, playing Neopets, chatting non stop in messenger, and writing blog. I have been trying hard to change this bad habit but in vain. So, I dislike it but I still use it a lot.
I have confidence when I am alone. But when I walk out, I feel that I am so small and everyone is better than me. Like when I am at home, I admire myself in the mirror and take photos when I am free; at outside, sometimes I think I am too ugly... So strange. (Maybe this makes me like to stay at home more. hehe)
I only went to the cinema 3 times in my life. First time with family, watched a Hong Kong comedy by Chow Seng Chee. 2nd time with my Green Road friends, forgot the name, the movie is about a haunted forest. 3rd time with Laura them, Pirates of Carribean 2.
I am easily frightened by sudden movements. People suddenly appear of me when I was thinking of something will give me a jump. But when they purposely frighten me, I will know and will not scare.
I love Chinese! Proud to be born as a Chinese, to be Chinese-educated and to look like a Chinese. Just that I am now studing in an everything-in-English school, that I must improve on my English. I have the feeling that after I graduate, Chinese will be no longer important for me anymore. How sad it is...