If there was a law persecuting blog owners of “blog negligence”, I would have been thrown into jail and/or fined.
Two weeks ago, I went to the PC Fair at KLCC to get myself some tech gadgets — RAMs, external hard disks (one for myself and another for my brother) and a mouse. The RAMs were for office use. The external hard disk is because I can no longer tolerate the lack of space of my existing drive and constantly repeating these 6 steps to increase hard disk space. Lastly, the scroll wheel on my mouse stopped functioning just days before the event.
Add that all up and I had a perfect excuse to go for the event. After my girlfriend found out that I have been to the PC Fair and back without even mentioning it to her, she asked me jokingly if I was there to check out the booth babes.
Now, this is a trap question. Whatever answer I give can and would be used against me. If I answered “No, I was not there to check out the PC Fair booth babes”, she would never believe me. If I answered “Yes”, well…
I ended up choosing to act stupid and answered, “What booth babes? I was there to get some tech gadgets and did not see any of them. Must have been the economy.” Of course, that was not a correct answer. Just do a quick image search on Google for the term PC Fair and you will see more pretty (judgmental) booth girls than tech gadgets.
What would you have answered?