cleaning fury

I hate it whenever my family does cleaning.

I hate the fact that everyone seems to disown their stuff whenever they dont want to clear it, but miraculously remembers it belongs to them when someone DOES clean up their stuff. Real shitty man i tell you.

Cleaned up my room yesterday. Was even much more difficult than tunneling through china or searching for broken pieces of dino pelvises. Workbooks, text books, revision books, magazines, comics, plastic bags use to contain purchased comics/magazines, tissue paper, toys(including spiderman, venom, my old broken scorpion, buzzlightyear and many more), letters, envelopes, lizard shit, sketch books, files, folios, even my brothers underwear! i totally lost my marbles!!
Seriously. I did loose my marbles. The old ones i bought back in primary school.

And as usual, most of the stuff belonged to my devilish irritating younger brother. When asked to do something he'll look at you as though you just threw horse poo at his face. And guess what the parents say?

Oooh.. "his just a little kid, only 12 year old la. He's not matured like you,(like that'll make me any happier. It's an insult to be called mature by them. But it's also an insult when they say you're NOT mature. So.. I dunno what's what. You get what i mean)So talk to him nicely. You're his older brother. Be nice to him ya!"

What are HIS things doing in MY room anyway?? And they can complain so much when the rooms all dirty and stuff, but when i finally want to clean, and they find out its HIS stuff, it's 'clean up his shit for him. You're his older brother. Be nice.
How 'nice'.

So kathy. You're on holiday. Just when im out of holi- days. Who came up with the word HOLIday in the first place? And what does HOLI mean? weird.

Just so for your info:
The word holiday has related but different meanings in English-speaking countries. A contraction of holy and day, holidays originally represented special religious days. This word has evolved in general usage to mean any special day of rest (as opposed to regular days of rest such as the weekend).

In the English-speaking world a holiday can mean a period spent away from home or business in travel or recreation (e.g. "I'm going on holiday to Malta next week"), the North American equivalent is "vacation". Many Canadians will use the terms vacation and holiday interchangeably when referring to a trip away from home or time off work. In Australia the term can refer to a vacation or gazetted public holiday, but not to a day of commemoration such as Mothers' Day or Halloween.

In all of the English-speaking world, a holiday can be a day set aside by a nation or culture (in some cases, multiple nations and cultures) typically for celebration but sometimes for some other kind of special culture-wide (or national) observance or activity. A holiday can also be a special day on which school and/or offices are closed, such as Labor Day.

When translated from/to other languages, the meanings of the word "holiday" may be conflated with these of "observance" and "celebration".


Back to business.
Kathy! Pick me up we go mamak. Wahahaha....

When one person is cursed,
Two graves are dug


Anonymous Anonymous said...

wtf u only come back during the weekends.
why ur room can be so messy wan?

5:16 PM  
Anonymous joel said...

didnt you read the post?? haha.. my brother messed it up la. 4 months worth of trash and mess!

5:47 PM  
Anonymous kathy said...

yaaar but wth is ur brother doing in ur room?
if i were u,i'll be careful in whatever u leave in there man hahahahahaha wtf

2:46 PM  
Anonymous joel said...

haha.. dont worry. He sleeps there sometimes only wan. And i dont have alot of "secret" items to keep you know. unlike you of course.

5:16 PM  
Anonymous kathy said...

oy i where got lots of secret things to keep?
got also all in my drawer which is locked (duh)
btw,why is ur bro sleeping in ur room?hahahahahahah dude ur brother is weird

10:16 PM  

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