My Dad’s a Child


Dad's shoe stacked on mine

See that picture. My dad’s work shoe is stacked on top of my white and blue flip-flops. Well, because my dad is super lazy.

My dad is so lazy that he cannot type in the address bar and has to close and reopen the internet explorer to go to Yahoo!.

My dad also likes to hold grudges with me. Just this one time, I chose to walk the long way to a food shop to buy lunch. Another day, he forced me to take his short cut and scolded me to when I said that there is nothing wrong with the long way.

My dad’s also very very fussy. When I found a table in a crowded hawkers centre, he refuse to sit there and had to find another table because it’s too dirty, too cold, too hot… Bla.

Ok, let’s stop talking about this. Today I had my Chinese ‘O’ level Listening Comprehension exam. Luckily, it was easy. Just one question that killed a lot of my brain cells.

One more thing. I’ve finished Chapter 2 of The Evabond Chronicles, Apocalypse. Yup, finally and successfully uploaded it. You can read it here.





Mum and dad had a fight today, honestly for very nonsensical reasons.

My mum decided that we, as a family should go to a shopping centre to have brunch.

When we reached there, I left my tuition bag in the car. As we were walking to the lift, my mum told me to grab my bag so that later I could just take a bus to tuition. It’s nearby. My dad for some reason had a strong objection. He wanted to send me there himself. But he listened to my mum and walked me to his car.

Halfway, my dad just told me to turn back and he said nevermind.

When we met mum again, dad Saud that he would send me there. Then suddenly my mum got angry. She said that we can’t come back because there won’t be a parking space. Then my dad was also angry because he said that it was his business if he wants to send me to tuition.

That’s when they started the fight. Dad said he didn’t want to go the the mall in the first place and my mum said that he was the one who didn’t tell her that he wanted to go somewhere else.

This carried on the the rest of the day. It’s now night time and I think it’s much better now.