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14 Feb 2015

1. Nine months from now we will encounter more new born babies than usual. Lovers will make out on the floor, on the bed, or on the table. It will definitely be better on a bed or a mattress than anything else. All that riding and eating will be more pleasant on a soft surface. “How do you know?” Of course I know. I’m good with riding and eating. “Will you make out with me please?” No. You’re not my type. “Please.” No. “Then you’re just bluffing.” I’m not bluffing. I’m telling the truth. “Then prove it.” I can prove it, but you’re not my type. I only make out with beautiful women who scores at least a 7/10. 10 being extremely beautiful.

2. Unilever is not replying to me. I asked them what is the difference between their Lipton Yellow Label Tea, International Blend, and their Lipton 100% Natural Tea. The differences I noticed between these two teas are shown below.

Lipton Yellow Label Tea:

  1. More than 50% of Lipton Yellow Label Tea has been grown on Rainforest Alliance Certified tea farms.
  2. Ingredients: 100% tea leaves.
  3. Not bitter.
  4. Caffeine: not stated.
  5. Tea flavonoids: not stated.
  6. Box: 50 tea bags x 2 g or 25 tea bags x 2 g.
  7. Halal: Halal certified.
  8. The tea bags are arranged carefully inside the box.

Lipton 100% Natural Tea:

  1. At least 70% of Lipton 100% Natural Tea has been grown on Rainforest Alliance Certified tea farms.
  2. Ingredients: Orange pekoe and pekoe cut black tea.
  3. Bitter.
  4. Caffeine: 55 mg of caffeine per 8 fl oz serving.
  5. Tea flavonoids: 175 mg of tea flavonoids per 8 fl oz serving.
  6. Box: 100 tea bags x 2 g.
  7. Halal: not stated.
  8. The tea bags are placed into the box as if they are rushing to meet the day’s quota.

3. Earlier today, I enjoyed the Lechon Macau over fried rice, and the century egg and jelly fish salad at North Park Noodle House. 8.5/10 for both dishes. Delicious!

4. I just got home. I went to Shangri-La Plaza again. Because the chrome grip of my Shaeffer 100 loosens itself from the glossy black barrel when I’m writing. They don’t have stock anymore for the exact same model I have. So they just gave me the one that is on display. Same model. Same color. What I noticed 5 minutes ago is that the replacement I received has a spring at the bottom of the barrel. The chrome grip still loosens itself from the glossy black barrel when I’m writing. I might need to go back to National Book Store at Shangri-La Plaza again. This time I’ll talk directly to the store manager. The two saleswomen in charge of the Shaeffer, Parker, and Cross pens were arguing with me earlier. I just want to get out of that place as soon as I can because I don’t want to see them again. I just want a high-quality roller ball pen that does not loosen itself after writing a couple of sentences.

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