Monday, February 21, 2005

The X-Factor


Beach

It is a known fact that the world is indeed small. Even Walt Disney knew this and created a whole boat ride with this theme: I was 12 and was scared dung, looking at cultured robots screeching "Its-a-small-world-after-all, its-a-small-world-after-all...", on top of their mechanical lungs. Shiver.

Anyway, like all mathematical reasoning and logical deductions, if the world is small, than KL is indeed microscopic. Because, everywhere you go, there will always be a familiar face, or a strange face that know someone you know. To me, that makes KL quite comfy, but it is different matter when it comes with with your ex.

Yes, a particular ex. And yes, its SOOOOOO over, but why does the ex-factor have to be a constant? Why can't it be divided and subtracted and be reduced to a complete zero? Because, look here, I don't want to get back to you! I don't care who is after you! And I am not going to steal you away!

Get over it!!!

2 Comments:

Blogger P. Kay said...

heheh, i suppose that's what happens when you date half of the female population of kl!!! just kidding. :P

6:59 PM  
Blogger kobis said...

Well, if you are in KLCC, you are practically one foot in the rest of the world. There, you are not only bound to meet your X, you could even meet your X's X...at least someone's which your X has something to do...;-)...and the only time that you can get a complete zero is when you times everything with zero...see what I meant!

7:36 PM  

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