Wednesday, May 18, 2011

How do you mend a broken heart?

Chocolates? Alcohol? Beating up some unsuspecting stranger/not-stranger (literally or figuratively)?

Phhbbbttt ... so old school.

If you want to go for the most cutting edge measure, you gotta go the stem cell way.

How do you mend a broken heart? (Full version) from British Heart Foundation on Vimeo.

On the other hand, setting the property belonging to the person who broke your heart on fire may also help. However, make sure that you either have a good lawyer on your side or that you can't be caught.



Seorang Blogger said...

aku nak tengok tp cam biase loadingnye setahun... hampeh laaaaaaaaaa.. beb, rase cam nk g jalan kl jer ahahahaha

naz said...

Bak kata usop wilcha "Kita bako je".

Snuze said...

Cik Pidah: KB takde Unifi ke? Member aku kata siap leh buat tenok tv. Takyah Astro.

Naz: You sehati sejiwa dengan my mother. She is another pyro!

I adore that Usop Wilcha. In real life, the man is damn macho and his voice ... mmmm ... swoon-worthy.

Freddie Kevin said...

Hearts cannot be mended at some point in time but if you're the Queen of Hearts you're still Queen.

Sorry can't recommend any loyar. Know only constitutional loyars.

naz said...

When all else fail, "bako" is an interesting option. *grin*
Sooo..true, his voice macho sei

Snuze said...

Freddie: Constitutional loyars can mend a broken heart of a different kind *wink wink*

Cheers, mate!