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Desktop Confessional

Daddy dearest.

Saturday, May 21, 2005

The eternal battle between Overprotective Dad and Growing-Up Daughter rages on. Lately, my dad has been making very annoying comments on the way I look and dress. His argument is that the way I dress will attract a lot of attention. Mind you, I don't really dress in ANY way that'll garner that kind of reaction. I can't see where he's coming from, honest to God.

He makes a big deal about my earrings. They're very big, he says, adding to the more-attention-factor. I'm trying very hard to figure out how big earrings will turn men on. I've come to dead ends so far. He hates the fact that I'm losing weight. I tell him that I don't know what's wrong with my body, it's doing this losing-weight thing on its own (not that I mind lah :p). I eat like a horse, I bloody love my food. So really, I don't know what's up. But still, he thinks I'm starving myself purposely. I am noooooottttttttt. I kinda don't have the will to. One will only have to shove food in my face and I will succumb.

He dislikes my job as well. He thinks Vincent Tan fixes my schedule so that I do closing shifts. It's actually pretty funny when I think about that argument.

"They're exploiting you lah girl! That's how Vincent Tan operates! Etc etc. Bla bla."

I'm not mad. I know what's this about. It's classic ain't it? His only daughter, his little girl- growing up way too fast for him. It'll scare anyone who's ever been around since I was a kid. I just hope I have enough patience to take all the irrational arguments in.

I wonder what'll happen when August comes around and I blow out 20 candles on the cake.

On a happier note, I am working tomorrow and it's freaking triple pay because it's a public holiday! Also, I fixed my favouritest necklace. For fiddy cent 50 cents! Kingdom of Heaven was .. okay. The day I see Orlando Bloom wearing jeans in a movie will be a unique moment in movie history.

Have a brilliant Sunday everyone. Even if it sucks, you still have Monday to make up for it!

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  1. Blogger Regina said:

    Wow. You ARE getting skinny. Now I can snap you like a chicken!

    Anyway, protective fathers are like that. They're irrational and emotional, but they only want what's best for you, like how my dad thinks that my skirts are too short (and I don't even wear short skirts). Don't worry about it.

    And you know what's gonna happen when you blow out those 20 candles. Wink wink nudge nudge. ;)

  1. Anonymous Anonymous said:

    hey hey woman!...u sure u not doin anything to get skinny???..hahha..if there is a secret recipe, LET ME KNOW!..u have my number rite?!
    n vincent tan is exploiting u??! hahah..ur dad's so cute!

    hope to see u soon,im so bored without me laptop...sigh..

  1. Blogger simonsta said:

    thats what happens when you try to elope with band lead singers who are doped up and unworthy compared to a wholesome hubby

  1. Anonymous Ogbanje said:

    Nothing wrong with wearing earring hoops :) I wear my earring at home and to work as well, no problems here ;)

  1. Blogger graceshu said:

    all the best in dealing with that "overprotective parent" thing! it hasn't worked out for me...

  1. Blogger Kenneth Chiew said:

    to deal with over-protective parents... you just got to do this.

    Let them talk/nag/rant... and just answer "Yes, dad... yes" and finally end with this "Yes, dad I love you too" and then give him a kiss/hug :D

    Well, honestly they are just concerned which also means that they love you.

  1. Blogger xman said:

    gotta agree with kenneth there - no use fighting them, just play along with them :)

  1. Anonymous Bellez said:

    hi there.
    i m ur blog reader.
    sucha lovely necklace,
    where did u gt it gal?

  1. Blogger meesh said:


    Take it easy chick, at least you still have a dad to whinge even if its irrational. Miss you dear! And you better post pics of ur new haircut! :P

  1. Anonymous sarah said:

    hello my namesake! i too have a 'sarah' necklace but not as nice as yours. where'd you get it?? and the good thing about being overseas is that your parents have no idea what you're up to ;)

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