Random facts and cereal

Face it, I’m probably one of the most random person you’ll ever meet on the face of the planet. I tend to spew some incredibly random stuff during conversations, that some times others don’t even know what I’m talking bout. -.-” Am trying to fix that habit. 😛

Anyway, here are 5 random facts about me, just to entertain you all.


I talk in my sleep. I can sometimes have an entire conversation whilst asleep, only to not know what the hell I was talking about until some one tells me about it.


I still watch cartoons and kiddy/tween movies like High School Musical. -.-”


My second toe on my right feet is longer than my big toe! 0.0


I used to write cheesy fan-fiction stories.


I hate lizards and cockroaches with a passion. >.<!

I’ve had a very horrifying experience with a lizard when I was younger. I mean, who hasn’t? From accidentally squishing a lizard with your foot to having a lizard fall on top of your head. Although the latter did actually happen to me once. But that isn’t the event that made me shiver whenever I spy a lizard.

Anyway, let’s go back several years. I loved cereal and would usually have it while watching my Saturday morning cartoons. I never liked drinking milk and was mildly lactose intolerant so I would usually whip up my bowl of cereal with condensed milk. I happily poured a good amount of cereal (Koko Crunch!) into the bowl and watch the little crescent shaped cereal melt into the milk. Ahhh… heaven.

I remember having to do something for a bit and left it on the table. It didn’t even take 5 minutes. When I got back to my bowl, I chomped away blissfully unaware what peril lies within my bowl of goodness. I stirred the milk, looking to fish up the soggy bits of cereal, when I spotted at a glance, something unfamiliar – it resembled a nut. It took me a second to process that Koko Crunch didn’t have nuts in them.

I slowly scooped it out, and there staring back at me was something I will remember for the rest of my life! It was the eyes of a lizard. I froze, dropping the spoon back into the bowl. I could feel every inch of hair on my body stand.


I don’t know how long I sat there for, staring at the bowl, until my brother walked past and it broke the trance. I asked him to help me get rid of the contents. He looked at me; puzzled.

“Do it yourself,” he said. But I begged him.

I think the lizard probably drowned in the hot milk. *shiver*

It was so gross! Even writing this still makes me get goosebumps. >.< Now I can’t look at Koko Crunch the same way again.