Sudah lama saya tidak main-main ke blog-nya Marianne. Kemarin, ketika mampir ke sana, saya menemukan posting-an yang menurut saya lucu, sekaligus romantis.

Kemudian, komentar mengenai posting itu membuat saya senyum-senyum sendiri; yang sebenarnya sering sekali saya lakukan (senyum-senyum sendiri, maksudnya) πŸ˜€

Hmm. Jadi ingat. Sepertinya SMS macam ‘tiba-tiba kangen kamu’ belakangan ini memang sudah basi. Overused. Tapi, mungkin tergantung juga pada siapa yang diharapkan mengirimkan SMS tersebut πŸ˜€

hanny

7 Responses

  1. @mahendra: iya, sms-mu nggak masuk-masuk πŸ˜€

    @gage: maaf, ge. overused πŸ˜‰ tapi kalo ada tahu yun yi-nya boleh juga hihihi.

    @hedi: recycle… hwahahaha :)) global messaging dong, bukan global warming πŸ˜€

    @mbilung: cerdas!

    @dana: hihihi πŸ˜€

    @dimas: *masih berusaha menimpuk dimas walau orangnya sudah kabur*

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