Monday, October 18, 2010

Uh oh, what will we borrow now, and pay back somehow?

"How is like different from love?"

Like - 1 to be fond of ; 2 to enjoy

Love - 1 strong feeling of affection ; 2 a great interest and pleasure in something

[Cited from Oxford Student's dictionary Of Current English for KBSM]

Macam tak membantu je explanation tu...

Often in movies when things don't work out between a couple, either the guy or the girl would deliver these lines which are in the top 5 of cliche lines:

"I love you but I'm not in love with you"

A classic favourite :

"It's not you, it's me"


I think I want to change my cliche line. Don't worry, it will not involve any poor dude in the receiving end.

"I like love chocolate, but I love am in love with dark chocolate."


Just like ending a relationship, finishing a chocolate is also messy. But the pros of "ending" it with a chocolate, especially Toblerone's dark chocolate, is you get to lick the mess off your fingers. Can't say the same about the former one now can we?

2 Comment(s):

cekkeya said...

izzy, still tak boleh lupa izzy dgn dark coklat. still jugak tak boleh terima rasa coklat tu. ahahha prefer yg biasa2 yg mggemukkan. ahhaha

Her.Jaded.Playlist said...

Yesza...igt dark coklat, igtla saya ok. ;)
Xmau turun shah alam lg ke?? =(