georgina666 36F
421 posts
10/14/2005 7:11 am

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it's friday and when i could have left the office at 5.15pm sharp and hop over to the nearby mall to grab some cheap stuff from the bins, i ended up leaving the office at 6.45pm but still not managed to be the last person to leave the office...

there was an e-mail which was a follow up on a messy case of receivables/payables by Xiamen, China that came in late in the afternoon. somehow or rather, i wanted to fix the problem once and for all to consider case closed for good instead of leaving it hanging in the accounts closet, only to come haunt me when i least expect it to do so. talk about skeletons in the closet...i forwarded the solution provided by a colleague to my boss and another colleague, seeking their advise if the idea was feasible. it looked like i was trying to get an easy way out passing on the parcel to another person, but that was not my intention really.

but boss had better ideas since he knew the matter right from the beginning. i was given 5 minutes to read and think it through, then he'll come back to me to discuss the matter. he went off, either to get a breather or to mentally prepare himself for another round of discussion possibly filled with garbage input from my end. i read through and felt that i understood the solution that was being proposed...i jot down the key figures to make the datas easier to read and understood. moments later, he came back and dragged a chair to sit next to me while listening to me babble. i was nervous, it was just like another session of poetry or multiply table recital in front of the examiner.

i do have an inquisitive mind, but being a good problem solver lies on another plane...but in the end, after much moan and whine from me, the matter was solved. i replied to the e-mail, seeking confirmation from my colleague that the payables and receivables were in good order. boss said that it was good to have such odd cases, just to keep our brains working while trying to figure out what went wrong. he had a point there i guess, another lesson learnt today. i think i should learn to handle such situations which called for problem solving skills in a more objective and calm manner...a good lesson nonetheless.

after that, it was almost 5.45pm. i ditched my initial after-work shopping plan and proceeded to clear some outstanding KIV work instead. at least, come monday, blue or black or blue black, i can finalize my september bank reconcilation to be submitted to my bosses for approval. once that is done, i can proceed to do other things. well, so far, i dread bank reconcilation the most simply because it's hard to find out what went wrong when the numbers won't talk and play dead.

come next week, it'll be the 42nd week of the year, and in about another 10 weeks' time we will bid farewell to 2005 and welcome 2006 amidst parties and fireworks. age is flying by...

rm_TopsyTurvy69 52M
47 posts
10/14/2005 9:44 pm

Isn't this rare? I get to be the 1st to comment on ur blog.
But Alas! This blog of yours is a work wonder nobody comments. Hmm, what was it that i wanted to say? Oh yeah, nearby mall she says, so hickory dickory dock, my mind goes to work, which one? Which one?

georgina666 36F

10/15/2005 1:04 am

right, i shall write about some sexylicious entry the next time
malls? one million and one...happy guessing, get a map if you need one

eternal1969 47M
1634 posts
10/15/2005 11:57 am

At least your work week ended Friday... mine just did 4 hrs ago... and its actually Sunday 3am now

batmanner 44M
435 posts
10/16/2005 1:03 am


hey! it's fine by me on whatever you want to write & say in your blog. like I told you before (that must be in the chat room sometime ago), it is kinda fun, perverse and something which is discreet to be able to read other people's blogs. it's like reading other people's diary. it basically is, isn't it? only thing is you don't know that person outside there on the real world & that he/she actually allows you to read pieces of his/her mind.

so keep it coming. work, social life, sex life, relationships, view on the world. it don't matter. i'll read it. but that is another story...

rm_hotrod5699 31M
23 posts
10/26/2005 2:29 am

Yeah. Age is flying by. So we should measure the value of life with the number of orgasm that we can get over the years, shouldn't we?

And how many have our lovely lady had this year?

georgina666 36F

10/27/2005 7:20 am

hiya hotrod,

orgasm is an unexplored territory...
orgasm as life benchmark, well you sure got me there :d

rm_hotrod5699 31M
23 posts
11/2/2005 7:23 am

It's true. Many women never enjoy orgasm.

But it's all the fault of MEN!

As we know, most men reach orgasm before women do!

Here's my tips for you to get orgasm:

1) Find a really "adventurous" "explorative" partner (man or woman, if you happen to be lesbian.)

2) Masturbate more frequently until you find your own sensitive spots and can reach orgasm easily.

3) Make your partner perform oral sex on you, so that it will be easier to reach orgasm when you have the penetration intercourse.

4) Be more adventurous with oral sex -- it helps you to be aroused more easily -- and you will love doing it -- the smell, the feel of that hard rod in your mouth ....

If all else fail, .... call me ...

georgina666 36F

11/2/2005 8:18 pm


i owe you a big kiss on your forehead (forehead? i sounding suggestive?) for being such a darling. orgasm or not, it's genrally a pleasure but not necessity YET...

if all else fails, be sure to have your phone on for sweet poison will trickle down your line...

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