Friday, February 03, 2012

Why does it always have to end with 'Happily ever after????

I had this teacher who taught me Chinese in JC. All i remembered was he was a very impromptu person. He said, dun make appointment with him. He hates appointment.

He's a very impromptu person, he feels like it, he go.

I kind of like get what he means because it really feels good to do what u want. Feels good to go where you want to go. No inhibition. Life has too many rules and commitment, sometimes it's good to do what you want to do.

Sadly to agree, hate to say, marriage and children is the biggest commitment one has to make. Why do fairy tales always end with 'and they live happily ever after.'

Have you found your prince in a shining white armor on a white horse? If yes, does it guarantee a happily ever after?

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