Tag Archives: wit

Ask A Grown Man: With Jon Hamm

Just had to share as I know there are probably lots of young readers half my age. And it’s Jon Hamm. Although young readers may not watch Mad Men or know who Jon Hamm is. Ah well. It’s funny.

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Pretentiousness Police on Gwyneth Paltrow and the Smiths (& the down to earth Afflecks)

I’m addicted to the celebrity gossip blog, D-Listed. Michael K uses his snarky wit to call out pretentious stars. Goop is in Top Insufferable Form “When you go to Paris and your concierge sends you to some… restaurant because they … Continue reading

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Books: Timequake by Kurt Vonnegut

I always enjoy a Kurt Vonnegut book. I guess you would classify them as Science-fiction although I never thought of them as such. The language is deceptively simple but the ideas are always deeply profound. I just adore Vonngut’s wit … Continue reading

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Why are they wearing Jasmine Garlands at the Hawker Centres?

When you see one person with a jasmine garland around their neck, coming to shake your hand, surrounded by groups of people trailing behind, then you know you’ve visited Singapore during the elections. I am sorry, but that’s why my … Continue reading

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To Blog or To Read

Please pardon my lack of blogging. You see, I am so engrossed in the Peter Mayle novel that I’m reading that even though I have tons of photos I haven’t posted them yet. I am also overwhelmed by the tons … Continue reading

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