I hope Kewell plays. I know he's a bit of a poof (especially when he had the God-awful pony tail) but I have a soft spot for Harry. Just don't play him from the start. He'll break a leg or sprain an ankle or something.
On his day, and they're becoming extremely rare nowadays, Kewell could be mesmerising. He might not have the super lightning quick stepovers ala Ronaldo, but his overall movement, pass and touch just oozes class. And he has a decent left foot too.
Rafa seems to have faith in Kewell. Hope he's right.
I’m not anal or anything, but nothing annoys the fuck out of me than bad spelling in emails. Before that, let’s be clear. There’s wrong spelling and there’s atrociously BAD spelling. Wrong spelling is usually associated with unfamiliar words, and are unintentional, such as misspelling the word “churrigueresco”. I can accept that. Some words are just tricky, and are just bloody difficult to spell; you’re bound to screw up once in a while.
But what’s worse is BAD spelling. I just got an “official” work email which had so many bad spellings that I gave up reading half way. Example: Instead of could this bloke wrote cud, for = 4, thanks = thx, have to = hafta. While this may seem OK in an SMS, it’s quite preposterous to find these words in a proper, business email.
I don’t know why this annoys me so much.
I guess its because I find misspelling simple words unacceptable. I would be embarrassed if my emails were filled with SMS lingo, even more if the emails were sent to outside parties.
And how the fuck can you not spell COULD properly?
Bad grammar – I can slightly tolerate. Nobody has perfect grammar.
Bad spelling – It’s unforgivable.
ManU : Hey, can I come and play at your house?
MSian : Yeah, sure. I like you.
ManU : But you have to pay me. A lot. Like a million dollars.
MSian : No problem, I don’t mind. I’m a big fan of yours. I watch you play week in, week out. I even have your shirt. A bit overpriced, but what the heck. I love you guys.
ManU : I know you and your friends love us. That’s why we’re coming there. So we could “give” back to the community. And you can buy even more overpriced merchandise. Our American sugar daddies would love that. It’s a huge marketing promotion! Can you imagine how much money we’re getting here?
MSian : I don’t mind. I think you guys are awesome!!
ManU : Oh by the way, a few of the senior blokes can’t come. So we’ll bring our reserve lads instead. But even with the reserve team, I think we'll still be too strong for you. Hahah.
Azalina : Ohh, please please come here and play!! I have no idea about sports, but I don’t care. This’ll promote tourism!
ManU : Fuck tourism. We just want our million quid. Now.
FAM : Hey. You can't come here and play. I’ve already invited our neighbours. We can’t have too many guests here.
MSian : I don't want our less glamorous neighbours!! I want overpaid superstars. They’re much cooler. And who cares about our team anyway? It's not like they're going to win anything.
Azalina : Let MU come. Listen to me. I’m a politician.
PLah : Hmmm.... I like MU. I hope they come. I'm sleepy. Oh well, back to sleep. Zzzz.....
Designing a kitchen may seem easy to the uninitiated, however, the reality is quite far from it. Kitchen-furnishing is actually a lot of work, and can be tiring at times. There are so many things that you need to consider, particularly in terms of material, style and colour selection, which becomes even more difficult when you have a limited budget that you need to adhere to. It's a bit stressful, I must say.
But at the end of the day, after you've nearly busted your brains figuring out how to fit everything you need into your kitchen AND under do it within your budget, you'll know that all the hard work was worth it. And then you realise that despite all the arduous and taxing work you went through, you actually had a great time and it was kinda fun. You wouldn't mind doing it all over again, but with a much much bigger budget, of course.
I guess I'm an expert now.