Last-minute search for boss’s birthday present and I’m glad to have found something! Actually it wasn’t really a last-minute search because I had been trying to find, just that I really don’t know what to get =/
That’s why I really dislike present-hunt for the males; you just don’t know what to get! They consider cologne and accessories as “extra“, they complain about fashionable clothes being too warm, they don’t see a need for a new bag/wallet/anything else as long as the current one is still okay.
As for girls, it’s the opposite (which makes things so much easier)! Cologne and accessories are considered in the “package” of the outfit, fashionable clothes is about the beauty and not the weather, bags, shoes and everything else is never enough…LOL.
Okay anyhow, got the present and made a card as well like last year because I know boss appreciates such stuff! He displayed them on a shelf at home! 😀
Back to office and later in the afternoon, we had our cake celebration! 😀
I wanted to get him sake but since I had already gotten him that last last Christmas, I got him sake set and sake manju instead! (:
Despite of all the critics about Jack Neo’s films, I have actually always liked the emotional aspect of them and the way I can relate to those social problems touched on in the films. But this one wasn’t as touching~
I find that the show keeps cutting, or rather, fading from one scene to another, and each scene is of a relatively different social problem, resulting in a loss of focus in the whole story.
Nonetheless, at the end of the film, I still question myself once again (like I always do) that why do people even wanna get married and start a family, then make it into a messy one?
Yea things may not turn out as you expected but I believe it’s also about the effort to keep the family intact and reminding yourself the reason you started a family. If one was to give up halfway, then why bother in the first place? Because it’s a social norm to get married and have a family???