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CONGRATULATIONS ALL BLOGATHONNERS
Personally speaking, this has been one of the most tiring blogathon he has came upon. For on the Saturday he was out since the afternoon and came home about one hour till the event begun. Therefore if we counted from 12 pm… plus 9 hours, Serge has been awake for 33hours when it reaches 9pm.
Tallest twin tower in the world so far. Unless some other building has beaten it. But it is impressive.
Throats dry from too much Pringles. The saliva of his mouth has evaporated. With that pic, oh how he wish there was some shop like that in Kelana Jaya.
Number 14 is considered to be one of the unluckiest numbers in Chinese culture. In Mandarin, to avoid confusion with other characters, the number 1 is often pronounced as “yao” in a numeric sequence; therefore, 14 when read as a numeric sequence is “yao si”. “Yao si” is also the pronunciation of “going to die” (?? pinyin yào s?). In Cantonese, the normal pronunciation of fourteen is “sap6 sei3″, which sounds like “sat6 sei2″ meaning “certainly die” (??). –source
This year just like the years before Serge is collecting donations for Unicef through the means of Blogathon. Visitors and friends of Serge is encourage to make a pledge through Serge’s donation link. Pledges of $10 and above will have the next post dedicated to said pledger in the form of a poem. Remember folks, make a difference for the children. Pledge and Donate
Contemplating on life, the universe and everything inbetween, A sweet contemplations with only one simple answer, Yet that answer given was not what the traveller wanted, But thruthfully speaking, no one knows the ultimate question for the ultimate answer, Thus it is true that forty two is the answer, we all seek,
In chinese culture the number 4 is considered lucky in some regions of China where it is homonymous in the local dialect to the word “?” (job, business, or task). When the number 4 is encountered during a celebration, people would often remark “????”, which would also refer to “????” (Everything done as wished); however, it is more commonly seen as bad luck in modern times, especially in dialects where its pronunciation is homonymic to the word “death” (?).