Friday, November 19

Enter now and win

Competitions! Prizes up for grabs! Win glory, fame and most of all prizes! The Cathay Pacific Airline website is running a competition asking entrants to describe what little things matter most to them in their travel experience. The first prize is 2 round trip Economy class tickets but it doesn't say where to. I'll take my chances, what's the worst they could do, Bahrain? Oh. Well here's my entry anyway:

There are usually 2, sometimes even 4 little things that matter most to me. They're called engines. I like to be able to look out the window and not see any sparks or a ball of flame. Yes it's the little things that count, not the flamboyant gestures in the way of airshow pyrotechnics.

Over at the Star Movies website, they are holding a search for an Asian James Bond. You guys better pray that Cantopop hasbeen Aaron Kwok isn't entering the Hong Kong category because he will wipe the floor with these 3 photos alone:

Suave & sophisticated

Cool, calm & relaxed

Dressed to kill

And for good measure, he might even throw in this one which is titled Laughing in the face of danger and good taste.


At 7:30 AM, Blogger Jon said... His stylist must be blind and permanantly high on LSD.

At 8:44 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is this man a homosexual (not that there's anything wrong with that)? He looks like an Asian Ricky Martin. Ball of flame, indeed.

At 10:30 AM, Blogger Henry said...

the two things that matter to me whilst flying: pilots!'s always comforting to know that there is actually someone flying the pane when you're cruising along at 500mph up at 38,000 feet, they are especially useful when it comes to landing the plane, it's always nice to hit the ground with a gentle bump, rather than a bone crunching 500mph slam into solid tarmac.

wings are 2 more things which make your air travel especially comfortable!

At 11:18 PM, Blogger Joyce said...

I really don't like him...and his image is so gay :P

At 11:48 PM, Blogger Spirit Fingers said...

No truer words have been spoken, Joyce.


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