Too early to think but not too early to ramble.
Ah Beng: Are you in yet? I woke up late. On my way now.
Pam Song: I'm passing TTDI.
Ah Beng: Haha. You champion. :)
Pam Song: Thank you. Where are you?
Ah Beng: Two-thirds away with lots of red lights.
Pam Song: Brilliant. Enjoy the lights. I'll bet they're pretty.
Ah Beng: They're telling me to slow down and smell the guavas. I don't think its possible in this lifetime or maybe only once I hit 60.
Pam Song: 60? Nah. Too long. Guava's last like a fortnight max. In the fridge. How cold is your car?
Ah Beng: Maybe 24 degrees. Good for tulips though. The white ones are delicious.
Pam Song: They're not meant for eating. The white tulips, I mean. They're for weddings. Or was it funerals? Hmmm. I forget.
Ah Beng: But don't cha know? It's the secret ingredient for heaps of things. They just don't teach you that in school. Fancy a dollop?
Pam Song: My school days taught me how to master escaping work. And then I met you and realised I was amateur. Free dollop? Depends on who's doing the dolloping.
-----------And then Maxis played up. ROAR! What lousy network connection, man. If there was an emergency on hand, people die already lo. I only got the reply to that message before lunch. Haih. So potong.
Ah Beng: Why, a bodacious butler of course. I just treat myself to the nubile things life has to offer.
Who'd have known what the conversation would have led to if Maxis hadn't screwed up the connection and ruined the show. -_-