Name three things you and your partner appear to have in common.Posted: March 20, 2016
Name three things you and your partner appear to have in common.
1. Our love of clubbing and trance music.
although he prefers more break beats style and i prefer ah beng trashy trance. hahaha. #guiltypleasure. We bonded our love for a (at that time) not well known dj when we first met (while clubbing ha!) and the rest as they say, is history.
we went to our first zouk out in 2005 and here we are again 10 yrs later. HAHAHAH.
2. The love of traveling.
I think this stems more the need to get away from the world than the actual need to wander.
Here we are at Annapurna Base Camp in Nepal a couple of years back. It was tiring AF but the view was worth it. That and the food. I swear I put on weight during this holiday. zzzz.
All our holidays generally involve going to some where with lots of nature / off the beaten path type cause we don’t really like people. And even in urban areas like Tokyo or Hong Kong, we still try to go to the parks or take day trips out to escape. We also try to do at least one dive trip a year, it’s nice to literally submerge yourself in the escape.
Actually, now that I’m looking at our travel photos again, I’ve realised it’s either we’re on a
- Trek / Mountain
- Temple / Shrine
- In a museum / art gallery
- Eating (or drinking)
There are seriously so many photos of us eating. WELL.
3. And lastly, maos. even though he will never admit it, we love the maos very much. [OK FINE. Jet is saying this not a thing we have in common. so i guess the next thing we have in common]
3. our love for zombie related stuff.
From zombie shows like 28 days later to zombie games, and even to dressing up like zombies for zombie walks (ok fine that’s just me and he comes along to take photos). We absolutely love it. Rumour has it that the day we ROMed, the au-chews wanted to go a LAN shop to play left for dead. HAHAHHA.
Here we are on our wedding day. MUAHAHAHHA.
This is part of my on-going mini project to answer all 36 questions that would apparently accelerate intimacy between two strangers by asking a specific series of personal questions. I’m just doing this as a writing exercise and answer one each Sunday.