Sunday, February 20, 2005

Pain Management

First, it was Vioxx by Merck. Now, it's also the wonderdrug which has allowed me to play in IMU Cup 2004's Futsal matches... Celebrex by Pfizer. Sigh. Apparently these painkillers increase the risk of stroke and heart disease and have been banned (sort of). Heart disease or not, at least they help take away the pain...

Valentine's Day came and went. It was good with a twist at the end of the day which could rival M Night Shyamalan's Sixth Sense.

Love hurts. But love heals too. Pain exists for a reason. Because it is proof that we are able to feel. Unlike those unfortunate people suffering from leprosy. And it is from pain that we are able to learn to not touch hot kettles and avoid other painful stuff. But the pain must first be experienced.

It has been an educational week. But not without any fun!

Anybody wanna have a ride on a 'tramp'? It's pretty cheap. Only RM2, and anyone can ride on 'her'. Males, females, young and old, all can have a go and simultaneously too! Just go to Bukit Melawati in Kuala Selangor... and look out for the red 'tramp'. What a 'whore'! :P

That's what happens when a tram is written as a 'tramp.' You get cheesy jokes from bloggers like myself. Sigh. I wonder what those ang moh tourists think when they read the sign.

"Life is a rollercoaster, you just gotta ride it." - Ronan Keating, Life Is A Rollercoaster

You know, those dips in a rollercoaster ride? If you are terrified and you grip your seat very tightly, those dips are complete hell. But if you let go and allow yourself to feel the thrill, the rush is incredible.

It's time for me to let go.

At 10:32 PM, Blogger Rajinder said...

Ooooh, A Twist!!! I smell an interesting tale here. :D

At 10:57 PM, Blogger raKoon said...

there was a twist... but not necessarily a happy one. ;) +yk+

At 10:23 AM, Blogger Rajinder said...

I never said it was a happy or sad twist. ;)
All the same, I'm sad to hear it wasn't a happy one.


Post a Comment

<< Home