I don't know if the three words above are enough to describe me.
Let's start with the last one: "honestly blur"
I have been "accused" a few times by my friends of walking past them without noticing them. Ok, I agree that I walk fast and that tends to make me focus mostly on zipping my way past crowds.
I can take the slow stroll though, but then within minutes I will be at my fast pace again. Old habits die hard, don't they?
A joke among my guy friends is that I don't have an "efficient radar system" when it comes to girls.
A common scenario is that one of them will spot one beautiful lady walking by (usually I end up as the one with my back to her). And when I turn around like a blur sotong, the subject of discussion will be out of sight, or around the corner. You see?
For foreigners, "blur" is a local word for "confused". "Sotong" is a Malay word for octopus or squid.
Onto the second word: Faithful...
Big word and that is a tad hard to really explain. One meaning could be that I don't tend to abandon ship easily. It does not mean that I will do those "fight to the last man" kind of scenes as in the movies 300 or Shaolin...although these look cool.
If one is to fight to the end, then that cause has to be worth fighting for.
Sorry to be putting out all the serious talk here, but that leads me to the next point..."Serious"
What to do when the majority of my time is spent on work? Yeah, and based on my personal statistics gathered over the past 8 years of my working life, I have been in jobs that fall into either one of the following
1) companies struggling to survive.
2) frontline or customer service jobs that attract lots of grumbling customers who delight in making life a living hell.
You may see from my profile that I am almost a history or military strategy student...almost.
My brother once said that with my interest in history, mythology and military strategy, I should work in either a library or musuem.
Great, so he is saying that I am either a library book or fossil relic!!!