Monday, March 24, 2008

º Tough Life in Singapore

Life is Tough in Singapore.... Chin Kang Kor.....!
In Singapore, the majority of us live in Highly Dangerous Buildings (HDB),
And most people have already got used to Paying And Paying (PAP).
Not only do you have to pay, you Pay Until Bankrupt (PUB).
If that's not enough, somebody still Purposely Wants to Dig (PWD) and get more from you.
So what more can you do when you are in the Money Only Environment (MOE)?
With the current Mad Accounting System(MAS) , you are forced to Pay the Sum Ahead (PSA);
Which will leave some people Permanently Owing Some Banks (POSB);
And forced to live on the Loan Techniques Always (LTA) system.
When you fall sick and happen to be admitted to a Money Operating Hospital (MOH),
You might be able to use your Cash Prior to Funeral (CPF) fund.
If you are out of luck, you may meet doctors who Never Use Heart (NUH) to treat you ;
And you will be Sure to Give up Hope (SGH).
To help ease the traffic, motorists have to pay Cash On Expressway (COE).
If that doesn't help, they can always Eternally Raise Prices (ERP) on the road.
If you don't own a car, you can always make a Mad Rush to the Train (MRT),

or get squashed in a bus Side By Side (SBS).
Lastly, under all these pressures, there are not many places we can relax,

not even the good old place we used to go because it has become
So Expensive and Nothing To See Actually (SENTOSA) !!!

Monday, March 17, 2008

º Microsoft Word Funny Hard Code

Try it, it actually works!!!!!

Bill Gates still doesn't know why it happens, it was made by a Brazilian, just test it....
Open Microsoft Word and type:

=rand (200,99)

and then hit ENTER

Funny, isn't it?

Sunday, March 16, 2008

º Who is rich & Who is poor

One day
The father of a very wealthy family took his son on a trip to the country with the express purpose of showing him how poor people live.

They spent a couple of days and nights on the farm of what would be considered a very poor family.

On their return from their trip, the father asked his son
How was the trip?
It was great, Dad.
Did you see how poor people live? the father asked.
Oh yeah, said the son.
So, tell me, what you learned from the trip? asked the father.

The son answered:
I saw that we have one dog and they had four.
We have a pool that reaches to the middle of our garden and they have a creek that has no end… …We have imported lanterns in our garden and they have the stars at night.
Our patio reaches to the front yard and they have the whole horizon.
We have a small piece of land to live on and they have fields that go beyond
…We have servants who serve us, but they serve others.
We buy our food, but they grow theirs.
We have walls around our property to protect us; they have friends to protect them.

The boy's father was speechless. Then his son added,
Thanks Dad for showing me how poor we are..

Isn't perspective a wonderful thing?
Makes you wonder what would happen if we all gave thanks for everything we have, instead of worrying about what we don't have

Appreciate every single thing you have!

Pass this on to friends and acquaintances and help them refresh their perspective and appreciation..

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

º Reason why never visit rich people

I recently paid a visit to a millionaire's house, and ended up not having anything to drink despite the offer. Below is how the offer was made to me:

Host: "What would you like to have..... Fruit juice, Soda, Tea, Chocolate, Milo, or Coffee?"

Me: "Tea please"

Host: "Ceylontea, Herbal tea, Bush tea, Honey bush tea, Ice tea or green tea?"

Me: "Ceylontea"

Host: "How would you like it? Black or white?"

Me: "White"

Host: "Milk, Whitener, or Condensed milk?"

Me : "With milk."

Host: "Goat milk, Camel milk or cow milk"

Me: "With cow milk please."

Host: "Milk from Freezeland cow or Afrikaner cow?"

Me: "Uhmm. I will take it black."

Host: "Would you like it with sweetener, sugar or honey?"

Me: "With sugar"

Host:" Beet sugar or cane sugar?"

Me: "Cane sugar"

Host:" White, brown or yellow sugar?"

Me: "Walau! Forget about tea just give me a glass of water instead."

Host: "Mineral water or still water?"

Me: "Mineral water"

Host: "Flavored or non-flavored?"

Me: "Gee! I give up just forget about everything."

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

º Effective 3 Words

There are many things that we can do to perk up and strengthen our interpersonal relationships.
Yet the most effective involves the saying of just three words.

"I'll be there."

If you have ever had to call a friend in the middle of the night, to take a sick child to hospital, or when your car has broken down some miles from home, you will know how good it feels to hear the phrase "I'll be there." Being there for another person is the greatest gift we can give. When we are truly present for other people, important things happen to them and us. We are renewed in love and friendship. We are restored emotionally and spiritually. Being there is at the very core of civility.

"I miss you."

Perhaps more marriages could be saved and strengthened if couples simply and sincerely said to each other "I miss you." This powerful affirmation tells partners they are wanted, needed, desired and loved. Consider how ecstatic you would feel, if you received an unexpected phone call from your spouse in the middle of your workday, just to say "I miss you."

“I respect you.”

Respect is another way of showing love. Respect conveys the feeling that another person is a true equal. If you talk to your children as if they were adults you will strengthen the bonds and become close friends. This applies to all interpersonal relationships.

“Maybe you’re right.”

This phrase is highly effective in diffusing an argument and restoring frayed emotions. The flip side to "maybe your right" is the humility of admitting, "Maybe I'm wrong". Let's face it. When you have a heated argument with someone, all you do is cement the other person's point of view. They, or you, will not change their stance and you run the risk of seriously damaging the relationship between you. Saying "maybe you're right" can open the door to further explore the subject, in which you may then have the opportunity to get your view across in a more rational manner.

“Please forgive me.”

Many broken relationships could be restored and healed if people would admit their mistakes and ask for forgiveness. All of us are vulnerable to faults, foibles and failures. A man should never be ashamed to own up that he has been in the wrong, which is saying, in other words, that he is wiser today than he was yesterday.

"I thank you."

Gratitude is an exquisite form of courtesy. People who enjoy the companionship of good, close friends are those who don't take daily courtesies for granted. They are quick to thank their friends for their many expressions of kindness. On the other hand, people whose circle of friends is severely constricted often do not have the attitude of gratitude.

"Count on me."

A friend is one who walks in when others walk out. Loyalty is an essential ingredient for true friendship; it is the emotional glue that bonds people. Those that are rich in their relationships tend to be steady and true friends. When troubles come, a good friend is there indicating you can "count on me."

“Let me help.”

The best of friends see a need and try to fill it. When they spot a hurt they do what they can to heal it. Without being asked, they pitch in and help.

"I understand you."

People become closer and enjoy each other more if they feel the other person accepts and understands them. Letting your spouse know in so many little ways that you understand them is one of the most powerful tools for healing your relationship. This applies to any relationship.

"I love you."

Perhaps the most important three words that you can say. Telling someone that you truly love them satisfies a person's deepest emotional needs; the need to belong, to feel appreciated and to be wanted. Your family, your friends and you, all need to hear those three little words. "I love you."

When spoken or conveyed, these statements have the power to forge new friendships, deepen old ones and restore relationships that have cooled. These three-word phrases can enrich every relationship. Wisely use them!