There are holes in my brain

iTunes’ party shuffle is playing a copy of: Don’t Let Me Down – The Beatles – 1967-1970 Disc 2, of which I have the original CD and therefore didn’t steal music.

When I was out earlier, I thought of something really, really funny to blog about. I had to stifle giggles, even. It was so funny I was sure once I wrote and posted it, Mr Brown was gunna read it, laugh, and then link it from his blog. It was that funny.

But! I forget what it is! Goddammit!

Because halfway through forming the post in my head, Hossan calls me and tells me how funny House of Flying Chestnuts is going to be. He knows, because he’s having so much fun at rehearsals. There’ll be a skit where Jonathan and him will parody 2046, and he’ll play Maggie Cheung’s character.

Speaking of 2046, if you’re a DVD collector, don’t buy the DVD they’re selling at HMV or any other outlet in Singapore. It is the China-made version, meaning it’s got one language track, crappy sound, and the logo of the video company appearing at the top left hand corner of your screen every five minutes. Wait for the Criterion edition, if it ever gets made.

Dammit, I still can’t remember the funny story. Mustn’t have been that funny then.


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