@sixthseal

I am finally on Twitter! Yes, I know I jumped on the bandwagon late but I’m not a big fan of bandwagons in general. :p

 

Follow me on http://www.twitter.com/sixthseal

 

I’m off to Penang for 3D/2N for the Labor Day weekend! =D

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12 thoughts on “@sixthseal

  1. Your take on the rule of three in the *fictitious* post prior to this one is new to me – I’ve always understood this to be a principle of composition, but a search took me the movie quote that explained it all… Interesting, these formulas… Have you heard of “half your age plus 7″ ?
    Have fun in Penang!

  2. joy: Awesome! :)
    anonymous: Okayz.
    John: Nope, haven’t heard of that rule before. Hmm…I don’t think I’ve slept with 31 people. 28/2+7 = 31.
    Thanks! I’m having fun already, need to catch up on some sleep though.
    Naoko: How was AMBP?
    Faith: In the sprit of this post I have sent you an RT with my cell phone number. :)
    ShaolinTiger: I wanted to see what the fuss is all about. ;)
    Cheers for that. I’m following.

  3. no, no, no – “half your age plus seven” is a formula for determining how age-appropriate your partner is. As long as you clear the formula, you’re ok. For you, that would be 21 (you must have been doing the math in a sleep-deprived state to come up with 31). So you could be with a girl who is 21 but 20 would be creepy.

  4. John: My math powress is legandary. ;)
    Math has always been my weakest subject, I tend to excel in more creative subjects…like language.
    Anyway, interesting formula. I like!
    Yes, the person mentioned in FINE: Bedtime Stories is 26 so she cleared the formula. Heh!

  5. Hey No problem HB. Whenever you hear ” we all are in this together” or some such, you have heard a lie. Chuck Norissis is probably home in bed. That being said, I and some friends are still gonna go see the new starteck movie. Do not get me wrong,those that died valaliantly deserve their due. all over the world. On many sides. I do not want to be a sheep. but rather a sheepared. ( but I used your sheeple pic as a background). Thomas

  6. tom robinson: Yeah, I’ve heard a lot of good things about the Star Trek movie as well. I will catch it, along with Wolverine.
    Sheephard. I love that. You coined an awesome new term. :)

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