Lately i’ve become more paranoid than ever. For some ridiculous reason i sort of developed this thinking that everything that i do now contributes to my own imminent death. And everybody else’s.
If i use a plastic bag i’ll think that a cute leatherback turtle just died because of me. Then when i buy a magazine, i realize i’ve just killed a jungle in Pahang, and there’s now less oxygen in the air, and i will live a short, sickly life in poor health. And during dinner time a bloated African child kicks the bucket and perishes into dry soil because i refuse to eat bad sushi in a local restaurant. And now that i think of it, i vaguely remember not switching off my lights during Earth Hour, and i’m panicking now because that means an earthquake is soon to hit the shores of Malaysia (Rosmah say one).
I think the tsunami has really screwed me in the head and now all the disaster movies somehow seem more believable than ever. They are all a warning to mankind. Instead of wasting time dealing with rude waitresses and queuing up to pay road tax, i think my new resolution is to get my arse worked up building an anti-zombie fortress and run multiple zombie safety drills in preparation for zombie apocalypse. Also make more friends who are too heavy to move so zombies will attack them first.
Brb i need to go check if my door is zombie-proof, then write a “Obese Housemate Wanted” ad.
Ok back. All of you can apply. You are welcome.
Until 2012 arrives, i think i’d still be fussing over trivial things like, keeping my Ruffle’s chips crisp. (You know, in case i’m stuck at home during a zombie attack).
Which is why i have all these in my home now:
I’d appreciate if you don’t ask me why i have baby milk bottles among my collection. Everyone has some peculiar habits they don’t want other people to know of.
But seriously, this is awesome. I’m so glad that i’m contributing a small part to saving the environment, however trivial it sounds. At least my conscience is clear and even if everyone die of zombie apocalypse and go to hell, at least i will go to a hell with cleaner longkang and uncontaminated water because i made effort to preserve it when i was alive wtf.
After my previous two blog posts about Tupperware, i’m so so glad that it got super positive feedback from all of you (which means i will have more friends when i go to Clean-Longkang-Hell). And you have no idea how touched i am that you guys are influenced by my blog posts and want to start saving the environment (a little)!
Now a lot of you asked where you can get your awesome Tupperware since you can’t find it in supermarkets, please go to Tupperware Brands’ website to find out more.
And to reward all of you who have been making effort to stay environmentally conscious, Tupperware Brands has a super creative and exciting challenge!
On the 1st April i went to their “One Touch Airtight Challenge”, where we witness Tupperware going underwater!! (No it is not an April Fool joke.)
Guess where the event is at!!!
KLCC Aquaria! What an unusual place for a launch!
Karen, Brand and Category Manager braved herself and dived into the aquarium holding something…
That even turtles are interested in…
The prize for the challenge—a Samsung Galaxy Tab!!
Well, this is how it works:
You need to go to KLCC Aquaria, and spot this particular One Touch Airtight Tupperware with a Samsung Galaxy inside, once you see it, you can send an SMS to the phone number displayed there, and watch the tab light up!
That’s me doing a live call to the tab. And it went through!!!
So, every 100th person who sends a text message to the phone that’s in the the OT Canister will receive a Tupperware Hamper, and be in the running to win one of 3 Samsung Galaxies.
Well, if you’re too lazy to move your butt to KLCC, here’s the phone number.
But why not take a day off, go see some fishes, get educated with some new marine fun facts, and also try your luck to see if you can be a proud new owner of a Samsung Galaxy Tab?
Nao i need to go Zombie-proof my Tupperware bai.