Jun
10
2010

Where’s your husband now?

It’s that time of the year again where all the ladies will be hogging the shopping mall ALONE! Why? Because the dudes will have their butts glued to the idiot box until the 11th July 2010. Thank goodness for ME, my Darling is no football kaki. But come to think of it.. ^_^
Back in 1998 when Darling and I were colleagues, we both pretended that we were some kind of a football fan. We would join other colleagues in placing bets and talk football, eat football and sleep football (like as if I know anything about it!). But then again, the bets done were all in the form of meals – so win or lose, we  actually all WIN in the end as it only spells out one thing – MEAL DATES :P *I wondered how many people actually still use that tactic these days* :D 
Cut long story short, after numerous MEAL DATES with numerous colleagues and lots more of pretending on being a football fan, Darling and I finally hook up :D
Every four years when World Cup takes place, Darling and I will be reminded of the time spent in mamak stalls and all the journey that lead us to be where we are today :)
Yet, this year World Cup South Africa 2010 will have our very own SUKMA in Melaka as a rival! OK, so that is such a lame joke. I just asked my students an hour ago if they know what SUKMA means and they gave me that horrifying blank look! @_@

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    Haha…some husbands will stay glued to the tv for the next few weeks!

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    yup hubby is already looking forward! hahahahah

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    this is the first time i've heard of such tactic.. useful tho.. hehe

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    mine is not around..definitely.. hahhaa…

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    How romantical to watch world cup together while enjoying a cup of hot steaming mamak teh tarik!!! I miss that part, coz my husband is not a football fan either… but I used to be someone who stay back at 3am for UEFA, kiahahaha!Have a pleasant day ahead!

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    My husband is not a die-hard football fan but World Cup sure cannot miss lah. He will be watching it in Jakarta..haha. Gwen and I will be in KL till 11 July..LOL.

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    Yeah…world cup is Up soon…my hubby is a football fan too.

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    Pretended? :p I love to watch football too. Hopefully I will not get addicted.

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    merryn, mamak stall, cafes & pubs have good big business on it.. lolz My parents used to say what is so good about football? it's only 22 stupid fellows running after a ball @.@sorry, no offense.. just a joke =D

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    hehehe… tipu tipu mamak session sampai paktor for real lah. ok ape. hahahaha… those god-sis, god-bro kind thingy… also most end up together. haha! excuses!

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    Hahahaha!!! Kesian all the football widows. Can all sing, "I don't like to sleep alone…" LOL!!!

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    If Jackie Chan said Kung Fu is everything. Same goes to soccer. Everything is about Soccer!!

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    I only watch fifa world cup,, so my wife too,, no other leagues lah,, world cup is a must you know, so much excitement and happiness but betting a little is more fun..so my outing tonight is at home

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    hahaha so cham. guys in the family were all mad about world cup too. siens~~

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    stick to tv.. ha!

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    Teacher teacher *raising hand* I know, Sukma is short form for Sukumaran like Kate is short for Katherine betul tak? hehe..lol..bola fever is approaching fast..tQ.

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    oh..sound so sweet. I also looking forward, not the football matches but their opening ceremony. I always like to catch all those major events opening ceremony. btw, my hubby is also not a football fan.

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    Wah so sweet your 'courting stories'! Watching and betting world cup as an excuse for dates eh! Interesting method :P

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    Bananaz – Sukumaran! lol.. omg.. hahahahahaha… :P

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    heheheeh most of husband now sitting in front of TV la.. hehhehe possible at mamak store lo…. not time to blog hehhehe

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    wow..at least there is something for you all to remember every 4 years. So lomantik…

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    Mine is football kaki, watch it till very early in the morning…For me every World Cup reminds me on Terry's birth. Four year ago, he not even fullmoon yet.

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