Thursday, May 19, 2011

Day 6: 3 times humbleMAN Finisher

the double face of civilians and military.
V for Vendetta versus Chan Jun Shen in camouflage

when u are in parade u fuck your smile.
both feet get blisters and start bleeding but u mustn't stop running as long as u are still breathing.
dislike the vulgar words instructors use on u, swallow it and keep it to yourself.
hate seniors for humiliating u, wait for your time to become senior, patiently...

i have no intention to hide my feelings,neither do i feel like being straightforward.
i'm so used to hide my feelings when i'm hurt. yesterday's incident shows emotional maturity between 2 friends trying to bridge the gap between military and civilian in handling crisis.

awaken by text msg at 2.30am.
sms-ed for a while, was supposed to sleep but i sensed something not right from her voice.
at first somebody was trying to hide something from me. u are no different from V for Vendetta, and I'm Chan Jun Shen in camo=p we met up and decided to remain who we are rather than trying to fit into each other. this is the very first time i get to solve problem between both of us face to face. it was interesting though. both side give way, zero intense argument rather than launching world war3.

renamed my pendrive from IRONMAN to humbleMAN=p
to any military man who reads my blog, i will not lose my military officer's quality despite trying to be slightly more gentle towards the civilians.

A teenager, or teen, is a young person whose age is between thirteen and nineteen. They are called teenagers because their age number ends in "teen". Someone aged 18 or 19 is also considered a young adult - wikipedia

i'm pursuing something that i missed out in life.
trying hard to complete the cycle of a young adult, while i still have tiny bit of time.
better late than never. live life to the fullest with no regrets.

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