I was tempted to stay at home to try to study today, but I'm going to miss the next two weeks of church, and I don't want to miss even more, so I decided to screw it and just go.
During praise and worship, my ever-omniscient (hoho) ears picked up a sound haven't heard in a while, certainly not in public places in Singapore. It took awhile to register and confirm that I was hearing a soprano somewhere behind me.
I took a quick glance back and saw this rather old lady who as far as my quick glance could take in looked Indian. And boy was she fervent! At the end of one song she released and held a note that rang throughout our entire section of the overflow room. Like I said, it's been awhile since I heard any hint of a voice that could pierce through a chorus of say 50 others in my audible range. Faint yet distinct. It was only a little disruptive to me, but I'm sure there were some who were... more than a little disturbed.
So later we went to Raffles City, and I went to the toilet there. They had a sign in the toilet that said...
And so I thought... why would they put an ad in the toilet to persuade you to shop? And in any case, who the hell surfs the Net while shopping?
... *gasp* OH MY GOD LOOK this XX is such a biatch! Look at the things she writes ugh I hope SPCA locks her up in a oooooo look at that dress... here, you there! How much is this thing...
So I thought, hey. You put this ad in a toilet. And when you're in a toilet, sometimes when larger things need to be taken care of, you sit down for abit right? And when you sit down you have time to surf the Net for abit right? So why not...
Isn't that so much more appropriate for an advertisement in a toilet mirror? Man I should totally become an ad consultant next time.
orchestrated by Renhao at 3:37:00 pm
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