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Do you know those stories that usually ends with moral lessons? I always remember one of Aesop’s Fables about the fox and the bunch of grapes. The fox was jumping and jumping to grab the grapes but after a few times, he quit and said the grapes might be sour anyway. So the moral of the story is that “expressing anger and frustration at having failed to get something is like being a sore loser”. Here are a couple of stories with moral lessons too – just a little twisted.
The Exposed Wife
Just finishing her bath, a woman quickly rushed down to answer her doorbell, wrapped only in a skimpy towel. She opened the door and saw that it was Todd, their neighbour. Seeing her in the towel, Todd says, “I’ll give you five hundred bucks to drop that towel.” So she dropped the towel and takes the money. The woman went back upstairs and said to her husband, “That was Todd.” “Oh Great!” exclaims the husband, “did he say anything about the five hundred he owes me?”
Moral of the story:
Share critical information with your stakeholders in a timely manner to prevent undue exposure.
As we all know, lingerie, bikinis and thongs are very sexy to most husbands and lesbian partners. It even makes the women feels sexy. To some, it’s a fetish. I am not ashamed to say I love women in thongs(only!) and I made sure my girlfriend knew about that. I guessed that is just natural. Then one fine day, I stumbled on some of the weirdest and funniest bikinis and thongs I’ve ever seen! They are very creative and wacky!
Would you like a bite and suck on that! Juicy and yummy! I meant the cherries! What were you thinking?
I was playing with my friend’s 4-year old daughter in her Hong Kong home one day while her mother and my other half watching and laughing at our funny antics. Then, the smart little girl pulled me by my pinky finger towards a bare wall just next to the TV set and asked me to sit down. Her mother seemed to know what she wanted to do, closed the curtains, dim the lights and shone one of the lamp towards the bare wall. Now, let me remind you, she is only 4 years old. She started some shadow puppet show and did almost 5 animal shadows with her cute little fingers. I can barely do 2! Both my girlfriend and myself were so amazed that we asked her to do it a few more times just to “wow” over and over again. And she is delighted to entertain us. Too bad I did not have my camera around.
Then when I got back home, I thought about the hand shadow illusions and started my search on the Internet. This is what I found, and 3 of the animals are similar to what the little girl has done. And I tried all myself:
This pig or wild boar is not easy to do, the top fingers have to bend a little with a bit of hump to form the forehead.
I love sushi and always think of them as more healthy because there are hardly any oil used in making it. And its tasty! Then one day while surfing the internet and craving for sushi at the same time, I stumbled upon something deliciously comfortable!
Presenting to you…. The Sushi Pillows!
Yes! Its pillows and cushions that are made like sushi. The lady is really good in enhancing how good the pillow is.
When it comes to the toilet, its the battle between the genders. Well, we knew that women needs to sit down to do their business and men, well, they do the small business standing up. They could sit down but why all the hassle in pulling the pants down when they could just whiz out the little guy and pee. Then, we know how hard for men to lift up the toilet seat and then lower it down again once the business is done. Besides, we understand that the toilet seat isn’t really that clean to be touching it. So OK, stop your whining and we will give you the solution:
I love eggs; hard boiled, scrambled, sunny-side-up, omelette and so on! So almost every morning, I could hear sizzles of egg frying in the pan, I knew I am waking up to the tasty scrambled eggs with baked beans. Either that, or something similar – as long as its eggs! Then one morning, I woke up to something different, heart shaped hard boiled egg!
Along with a kiss, I got a happy birthday wish from my sweetheart. How sweet! But wait, how in the world did she shape the egg so perfectly??
The last day of Chinese New Year (its called Chap Goh Meh in Hokkien – a Chinese dialect) is also known as the Chinese Valentine’s Day. For most Malaysian Chinese, they knew well of this certain ritual that happens every year on this day. Originated from Penang, Malaysia, this interesting ritual involves tossing tangerine/mandarin oranges or bananas by the singles into the pond or sea or river or any place with water in hope that their future partner will pick up their fruits.
And this year in Malaysia, it was the most happening event for the single men and women in more than 3 places in the state of Selangor itself.
Yes, they literally throw the tangerines and bananas into the pond. Like this:
See how happy they are when they threw the oranges.
I love cakes once awhile and my significant other has the ability to make delicious cakes. She love the whisking, the measuring and the mixing but today she told me she hated cutting the cakes sometimes. I knew why she had said so, she dropped a piece of cake on the table while transferring it to the plate.
So wanting to motivate her, I searched online and I found the solution to cutting a piece of cake. Presenting the “Piece of Cake” tool!
Cool and looked simple! Read more and you’ll want one of this!