Because I never did know which was which.
Main Entry: fi·an·cé
Etymology: French, from Middle French, from past participle of fiancer to promise, betroth, from Old French fiancier, from fiance promise, trust, from fier to trust, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin fidare, alteration of Latin fidere — more at BIDE
Some of you would have heard about Part I, some of you might even remember being witness to it. It was at Y’s Chinese New Year open house, where there were lots of people. Last Saturday, we had the sequel. And this time, there were no witnesses.
My brother and sisters remember only two [...]
The news is spreading. The SMSes and calls are coming in. Mountains of thanks for all the congratulations, support and encouragement, textual or verbal. I truly appreciate each and every single one of you guys. And the responses? They’ve been hilarious.
Me: I want to tell you something. Think of the most shocking thing [...]
1. He talks to Best Friend about a mysterious “Part One of Lord of the Rings”, but cannot provide a good explanation as to what it really is.
2. He tells Best Friend to be sure not to miss 3rd July.
3. When asked what is happening on 3rd July, he says, “It’s a secret.”
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