Wednesday is my confuse day. I have prepared some of my posting beforehand; it was difficult to determine which one was going to be my choice.
For instant, this posting is meant to be for last Wednesday. But I'm posting it today. Besides being confuse on which posting should go before the other, I am also facing dilemma between CSI:Miami and Iron Chef. CSI:Miami is currently going a new season and I have watched Iron Chef several times. However, most of the time the battle between two of my favourite tv shows will end with a victory to...Iron Chef.
Last Wednesday, I watched the battle between a female chef specialised in French cuisine. Her name is Kumiko Kobayashi. She was challenging the French Iron Chef Sakai. Before the battle started, it was mentioned that Kumiko Kobayashi was a wife of a baseball pitcher in Japan. She got married to him, then she went to France to study French cuisine.
I was impressed as hell. She got married and went to France alone just to study?
They must trust each other very well.
Somehow, Mr.Kobayashi's features distracted me. He looked familiar and I knew the person who looked exactly like him. When I looked at him, it suddenly reminded me of Jack Bass in Gossip Girl. When I looked at Jack Bass, I was drawn to the familiar looking guy in my life. Well, both Kobayashi and Jack Bass were really distracting - my head was imagining this particular person. I think I'm going insane with this familiar looking males in tv:P (let it be the secret on who this man is, okay?)
My brother told me that Blair Waldorf ended up with Jack Bass. What?! I don't know how far this is true. A stuck up high school student with a president of global corporation. Blair is young and Jack is old. Though I have to admit that I was so attracted to Jack Bass, I can't imagine Jack and Blair together. Why can't it be Jack and Sha...you jump, I jump!
This makes me think about the times when....
I watched Ibu Mertuaku - Kasim Selamat is a musician and Sabariah is a daughter of a rich woman.
I met a woman who has a phD and the husband is a clerk.
I 've seen an example of a jobless man and a teacher.
I read about a mamat kilang and a lecturer.
I am thinking about a combination of occupations.
Someone used to tell me that his mother is allowing him to marry either a nurse, a teacher or a government clerk. If he is marrying someone other than that, his mother will take her time to approve. I guess the characteristic of choosing a daughter in-law these days is getting really intresting.
Some couples meet each other at work:
The engineers are marrying the engineers.
The bankers are marrying the bankers.
The doctors are marrying the doctors.
The bus drivers are marrying the lorry drivers (we rarely see this, right?)
Kobayashi said, as much as he is a professional baseball player, his wife is a professional chef. And their tasks are not easy - as professionals. Kobayashi sat silently while watching his wife cooking and when the wife cut her finger - the frown on his forehead was telling the audience on how worried he was. He was a baseball pitcher. It was not his field, yet he was concerned. How romantic. (I am drawn to this romance gesture. Hehehe. Something is happening to me)
What do you think, should we celebrate the similarities?
Do you have to be too choosy when it comes to your partner's occupation?
Green capsicum to green capsicum?
Yellow to yellow?
Red to red?
Can we mix them?
* Inspiration: Chairman Kaga choking face after he ate the raw yellow capsicum!
* I can't tell lies. I'm missing someone. Adoiii... I hate this! Telling that someone "I miss you too" is like digging my own grave. No way! Say yes to ego:)