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Power Rangers

At first I didn't understand. There is this A person who is police force reserve, reserve la but he think he is damn big and powerful. He wants to be la, I think. But anyway, I didn't understand him at all.

When we went for the rallies, we thought and wanted and hoped that it would be peaceful. If kena also please don't let it be so bad la. Innocent thinking la, maybe. After the first rally, I wasn't very happy with the way he asked me if I LIKED the smell of tear gas. In the heat of the moment, when emotions were the highest, what kind of question is that?

So, I unfriended him on Facebook because I was a little angry and after that comment, I didn't want to get anymore insulting comments and questions from him. Furthermore, he is the kind of person who throws punches like he is the boss or something.

But anyway, he added me back on Facebook and on whatsapp, he asked me not to be angry la, he didn't mean it to be that way or something like that.

Sad to say, I added him back recently.

And now I understand his mentality. I think I do. I pondered and kept asking myself why did he add me back ah? If I am angry at him then let me be la. If I remove him, then he can go on bashing people left right center la, right or not? I don't want to be bashed lor. I want to live my life without these egoistical people around.

But I gave him a call and spoke to him. After speaking to him, I think I understand him a bit more now and maybe....maybe I can be a little bit more tolerant. You know why?

He is Power Rangers mentality. You know when you are a kid and you feel all powerful and pretend to be Ultraman or Power Rangers? Now that I understand the fact that he thinks himself to be Power Ranger, I am more at peace now.

I think I can live with a kid with Power Ranger dreams. I can live with that.
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