Sunday, December 30, 2007
Friday, December 28, 2007
Tuesday, December 25, 2007
Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Monday, December 17, 2007
ok, as of 17.12.2007, my page has moved to zeemi.blogspot.com. please update your bookmark or your puny lousy brain.
Saturday, December 15, 2007
Friday, December 14, 2007
First of all, drive to work waking up like a mountain gorilla.
Then, proceed to drive to work in a hurry without breakfast.
Then spot a minute looking MyVi ahbeng edition on the road. Make sure he is on the right lane which is the lane to freaking TURN.
Give the ahbeng inside the MyVi ABE a passionate stare like you just killed his whole family.
Make sure you ignore him like a fly after that.
Proceed to GO straight after the traffic turns green.
He will follow you although he is on the wrong lane.
Then overtake the trailer in front.
Be sure to look behind and rest assured, he will tailgate you with his White MyVi ABE after a while.
Proceed to piss him off by driving slower at the same time giving him ample space to overtake you. After he overtakes you...
Make sure he stops at the lane with more cars at the traffic junction. Proceed to laugh at him when you pass him into the lane with less cars at the traffic junction.
then jerk off and squirt all over the window on his side of the lane as he overtakes your car after getting the green light.
Let him overtake you at the same time you squirt off.
the GRIN on your face before proceeding.
Thursday, December 13, 2007
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
Tuesday, December 11, 2007
Here's a lowdown on my new Macbook. Nothing biggie about the Macbook except the design and awesome OS. I'm really warming up to the new OsX Panther. Total awesomeness. And with the new integrated Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo in the Macbook, it can boot up in Windows. This means I dont have to miss out on all the goodness in the Microsoft department.
Saturday, December 8, 2007
Amy Adams did the role perfectly with her curled fingers and her innocent smile. James Marsden and Patrick Dempsey also did the movie justice but their role lacks the punch and the effect portrayed by Amy Adams. The two guys just didn't need to bring as much on to the table as Amy did.
i'd give the movie a must watch, but not with a bunch of testosterone filled guys yearning for some action.
Friday, December 7, 2007
These issues and street demonstrations have brought unrest to the society and public alike. To tell you the truth, I wouldn't and didn't give a damn about it. I don't want to think about it, don't want to know about it, don't even want to shit about it.
I'm a chinese and by no means am I supporting any parties regarding this issue. This is not because I'm a cold blooded-know nothing-don't give a fuck citizen. The fact of the matter is, not much has been revealed by the media about the root of the cause. If I hadn't done an internet search on this issue, I would've never know what the ramble is on about. Other than the fact that there were thousands of scrambled signatures to be sent to the British embassy on a piece of lousy tree bark (paper).
You see, the thing that sparked this post is the headlines today. Terror links. It seems the government is suspecting terrorism by the Hindraf group. Also, previously I've read about the possible ISA act against the Hindraf rally supporters.
These media reports are all events that scare the public and caution them against the Hindraf group. We're all warned against and told to stay away from the evil entity that is Hindraf. I mean, their allegations today are debatable at best..
KUALA LUMPUR: There are signs lately that the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) is trying to garner support from terrorist groups, the police charged yesterday.
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan said Hindraf has also set up a fund by misleading the public into believing that the money is to finance its activities.
Take this from me, I am no supporter of Hindraf. I think the illegal assembly is laughable at best. If they've collected as many signatures as they've claimed they did... Why can't they just send one fucking person to send the stupid letter? Why do they have to make such a big hoohah out of it by having "PEACEFUL" street demonstrations to send one fucking letter? In show of support? Fuck it, they have the signatures to show support.
I don't want this issue to prolong as much as it has. I'm really getting sick of it in the newspaper. Hell, I would've gladly read "PARIS HILTON SHOWS OFF HER PANTIES" than this issue.
Pls bring out the root of the issue, the original letter sent to the British embassy signed by so many almighty supporters and put it on the frontpage, the public will thank you for it.
Then if it is as the ministers said.. invalid accusations, explain it, deny it with proof and let this issue REST forever or forever help us GOD cause PARIS might just do it.
Wednesday, December 5, 2007
Monday, December 3, 2007
we re-celebrated minivin's birthday in suyi's dinner party. had an awesome time but was forced.. keyword here is forced.. to leave sooner than i expected. had a friend i need to fetch in USM.
Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Had sex: $25.00
Went skinny dipping: $10.00
Kissed someone of the opposite sex:
Kis sed someone of the same sex:
Che ated on a test: $7.00
Fell asleep in class: $5.00
Been expelled: $10.00
Been in a fist fight: $10.00
Given oral: $10.00
Got oral: $10.00
Prank called the cops: $10.00
Stole something: $10.00
Done drugs: $10.00
Dyed your hair: $5.00
Done something with someone older
(like a few years): $10.00
Went out with someone OVER 18 (if
your under 18): $10.00
Ate a whole bag of oreos: $10.00
Cried yourself to sleep: $0.50
Said you love someone but didnt
mean it: $1.00
Been in love: $5.00
Played spin the bottle: $10.00
Done something you regret: $5.00
I'm actually a cheapskate cause I cost $139.50 only. What a bitch. After 24 years of life, I'm only worth so much?
Friday, November 23, 2007
I've got tons of job waiting for me at the office. I need to solve some issues. I'm soooo bored i need to go out.
Thursday, November 22, 2007
today, i look at the future beyond me. and every time i ponder upon the uncertain future, i can't help but to think how many years more i have to come.
the doctor told my mom the other day that he has never met a case like mine who has managed to survive up until 24. i wonder whether that's a good thing or bad thing. in a way, i guess it's a bit of both.
i'm reaching 25. not much left i haven't done and not much i have done. the world of possibilities are still open to people in their 20's. people in their 20's don't really have to think about their future, usually they just enjoy the moment and plan for their life ahead. i, on the other hand think about the possibilities of a future.
it really sucks being me sometimes, having to be scared of every fever that comes my way. worrying whether it will affect my liver and make it dysfunctional.
however, during this whole ordeal, i don't think i ever prayed. i'm not much of a beggar, i strive for what i want and i'm fairly optimistic. my brain always works in ways like "it'll go away.", "i'll feel better tomorrow." or "it's just temporary."
i don't really want to experience this feeling anymore.
Wednesday, November 21, 2007
Escherichia coli (pronounced /ˌɛʃ
ɪˈrɪkiə ˈkoʊlaɪ/) (E. coli), is one of many species of bacteria living in the lower intestines of mammals, known as gut flora. When located in the large intestine, it assists with waste processing, vitamin K production, and food absorption. Discovered in 1885 by Theodor Escherich, a German pediatrician and bacteriologist, E. coli are abundant: the number of individual E. coli bacteria in the faeces that a human defecates in one day averages between 100 billion and 10 trillion. However, the bacteria are not confined to the environment, and specimens have also been located, for example, on the edge of hot springs. The E. coli strain O157:H7 is one of hundreds of strains of the bacterium that causes illness in humans.
If E. coli bacteria escape the intestinal tract through a perforation (hole or tear, for example from an ulcer, a ruptured appendix, or a surgical error) and enter the abdomen, they usually cause peritonitis that can be fatal without prompt treatment. However, E. coli are extremely sensitive to such antibiotics as streptomycin or gentamycin, so treatment with antibiotics is usually effective. This could rapidly change, since, as noted below, E. coli quickly acquires drug resistance.
Certain strains of E. coli, such as Escherichia coli O157:H7, Escherichia coli O121 and Escherichia coli O104:H21, are toxigenic (some produce a toxin very similar to that seen in dysentery). They can cause food poisoning usually associated with eating unwashed vegetables and contaminated meat (contaminated during or shortly after slaughter or during storage or display). O157:H7 is further notorious for causing serious, even life threatening complications like HUS (Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome).There... my hospitalization cause. I was having high fever since Friday and it didn't subside till Tuesday evening. On Tuesday evening, my temperature was up till 40'c. It was a nightmare. Admitted into Island Hospital that same night and discharged after one week of antibiotics. Currently I'm still on medication and MC.Will post more details soon and maybe pictures. *-^
Tuesday, November 20, 2007
Anyway I was hospitalized since 12.11.07 up till yesterday. I still have some recovery to make. I won't have internet access for some time.
I will tell all about my hospitalization details soon after i've fully recuperated... if i've fully recuperated.
I miss blogging.
Wednesday, November 7, 2007
Sorry for not being there.
Sorry for not having more time.
Sorry for breaking my promises.
Sorry for not calling more often.
Sorry for breaking up.
Sorry for not leaving a message when it mattered most.
Sorry for not listening.
Sorry for being busy.
Sorry for everything.
p/s: Happy Deepavali to all.
Saturday, November 3, 2007
Wednesday, October 31, 2007
I am planning to get a new car, after long planning and deliberating on the pros and cons of each car in the market, I have narrowed it down to a few.
1. Proton Persona
2. Proton Gen 2
3. Perodua MyVi SE
4. Toyota Vios (2007 edition)
5. Honda City
Proton Persona costs around 50k and for the value of 50k, it is a pretty good bargain for such a big car with such a wide space and moderate technological advancements. It is a notch better than Gen-2. However, Malaysian made cars always made me cringe especially on the quality of the built.
Proton Gen 2, a notch down from the Persona by a bit but the name sounds better than lame ass Persona.
MyVi SE, small compact car. Looks sporty and a good bargain. However, the engine capacity is no match for the Persona and the abundance of the MyVi all over the roads in Malaysia make it a hard choice due to ... ego i guess.
Toyota Vios, The exterior is everything, I love the front look but the back is awkward and the interior build quality looks inferior.
Honda City, exterior and back looks out of proportion but the interior is well made.
At last however, I've decided to follow my heart and choose the car most suitable for me...
:) Nissan Fairlady Z. Cun ye?!
Monday, October 29, 2007
Saturday, October 27, 2007
I guess my determination to work and to move on with my career is a powerful force that drives me forward. Dont get me wrong, my meagre pay is not enough for me to lead a wonderful life, it isnt enough for me to work as much as I do but the experience is beginning to pile up on me. I've been getting chances I never knew existed. Because of the existence of a small company, I get to work more, learn more and I have more to give. I mean, the perks are less, the pay is low but the experience is priceless.
Now I just need to gather more understanding of this business I'm in. I need a better grasp of the products I'm working on, I'm selling.
Anyway, less on the boring topics and more towards what I've done so far. My car broke down twice this week. Which makes me want to give up on it. It has given me a lot but it has also taken a lot away from me. Its time I change, I think. I just need to budget wisely for this new car I'm getting, if it happens.
Also, got myself a new dark glasses last Thursday, glad to say I can pick it up later at 7.
My staff asked me out to SS today but I wasn't too keen. He says he'll pick up lots of chicks... but I'm just not into those kind of chicks, they lack the chase. I just want to be in my house, sleeping, watching a movie, you know... resting. I'll give the partying a try when I'm rejuvenated. Maybe sometime soon... *-^
Not much changed in me so far, I'm just as playful as I was, just as sarcastic as I was, just maybe the bit of change is attributed to my workload.
p/s: sorry for not updating for so long, see... work is a bitch. it gets in the way of a personal life.
Tuesday, October 23, 2007
The top 5 things I did in KL.
1. Met up with Say Yee, Siew Chian (Daphne), Lee Yin and Bib!
2. Had my 3rd Quarter General Meeting in Head Office. Met up with KL staffs.
3. Learnt how to drive from Klang to Damansara and Cheras.
4. Played DOTA and still not wanting to make it a habit. DOTAs are a bit dumb.
5. Hang out at Century, The Curve with a bunch of idiot friends.
That's it. Nothing much.
p/s: Met up with ColourfulConnie who dances sooooooo freaking similar with HappyHelen.
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
The changes in our life take many forms.
Some comes in the form of despair, the feeling of trying to do something and never getting it done. The feeling of fighting for something but losing every time.
Some comes in the form of regret, regret over the things we could have done but didn't. Regret in the things we did but shouldn't. Regret in the things we want to do but couldn't or didn't have the courage to.
Some comes in the form of love, a person we fell in love with reciprocates. A person who fell in love with us but we can't reciprocate because our feeling is just not the same. A person who we dare to love but dare not tell. A person special to us and near us who we cherish because of what they have sacrificed for us.
How many seconds in our life does it to take to make a change, an influence so prominent that it will stay. Will the five years studying in high school or university change us or would that five hours with someone we love change us or... would that five seconds where we lost a loved one change us?
Change comes in many forms but it is amazing how our existence can change so many lives... or did you just walk by life without noticing the changes you've made?
Saturday, October 13, 2007
Friday, October 12, 2007
We all struggle in life, and sometimes we look at our life and think whether all these struggles are worth the fight, whether they are worth the time. We tend to forget the future we want to forge and remember the present we are struggling so hard.
And sometimes we give up for the comfort of the present, to look into the uncertainty of the past. People are more simple than we all presume, people are more reward oriented than we all want to believe.
Alan Cohen once said "It takes a lot of courage to release the familiar and seemingly secure, to embrace the new. But there is no real security in what is no longer meaningful. There is more security in the adventurous and exciting, for in movement there is life, and in change there is power."
True, there are some who step up in this game of life and work for what they want, wait for what they dream. And in the end, its all the same, those who work for it will think back, was it worth the sacrifice? The loss of youth, the loss of time.
There are no right or wrong in this issue, just what we've become.
p/s: dad, happy birthday.
p/s/s: sometimes i worry about Malaysians... read it here by pinkpau (su ann).
Thursday, October 11, 2007
Tuesday, October 9, 2007
Obviously, Herb Caen is old... very old. We all emerge from the past and forge our future.
Sometimes the past might not be pleasing or beautiful but what we are today is a result of our bitter past, be it bitter.
I have my own past to relive, but I don't live there. We all look back sometimes and think that if we were back there, life would be much easier, we have the certainty of the past and can forgo the uncertainty of the future.
I would like to put into your attention what Lyndon B Johnson once said, "We can draw lessons from the past, but we cannot live in it."
I don't want to relive my past, I want to improve my future and live the present.
Monday, October 8, 2007
Saturday, October 6, 2007
Friday, October 5, 2007
I walked down the lane of the 1st floor, I bumped into an old guy walking slowly. He was walking as slow as a turtle. I overtook him once I had the chance... thinking to myself "People who walk slow should stay at the left lane and not HOG the escalator".
I went into the restaurant and found my friends sitting there. They were waiting for me and I was half an hour late. I sat down and told them about the experience I had on the way, the traffic congestion on the bridge, the slow cars, the old guy hogging the road.
My friends looked at me and laughed. Guess the truth really works.
Then I looked out and noticed the old man walking in. He wasn't very old. Just around 50 I think. He was seated by the waiter. They all greeted him with a long "Welcome!". He smiled and took slow short strides, looking at the decoration as he came in. I took a look at him and sniggered to my friends, "He's the old guy hogging my road just now, all the way on the escalator down".
I think it took him a full 10 minutes to reach his seat at the far end of the restaurant suitable for two persons. The waiter greeted him and walked along with him, slowly.. smiling still at his every move and answering his every whim about the decorations. Somehow, in my heart I thought he must be cursing the old man under his breath.
But his smile looks sincere.
As he isn't seated far from me, I could eavesdrop on him. But I think his partner isn't here yet.
A young teenage girl came in. My friends said she looked hot. I couldn't agree more. She walked in searching for someone and plopped her butt in front of the old man. Must've been his daughter. "Not bad for a slow old guy", I thought to myself.
She said to him "Dad, I just bought this, this and this. And I had ice-cream just now. Where were you? Couldn't find you as soon as we came in. I thought you were behind me all the time until you called me half an hour ago."
The old man replied, "My legs hurt a bit, so I took a seat somewhere. Now I figured you must be hungry so I called you here. You better eat some cause it's getting late."
I didn't continue eavesdropping on the old man after that. Somehow, as the world moves faster and faster, people tend to overlook those that can't keep up with us. People who used to take time and have patience on whatever we did no matter how long we tried.
Nothing could erase my guilt after that but the thought of him smiling after being greeted "Welcome" and the kind waiter for walking all along the way with him warmed my heart.
It's not really about the place, but the culture in the place. I smile when it's Fridays now. Even though Saturdays are still work days, cause I think of TGIF.
Wednesday, October 3, 2007
Some of my conversation excerpts with her...
Me: Wow, you look... urm... pregnant today. How long is your pregnancy?
KiChangPoh: 20 months ady. Overdue liao.
Me: Urm... I'm talking about your baby, not the shit in your tummy.
Me: It's smelly here.
Me: You burped didn't you? Cause it smells like 20 months of compressed constipation.
KiChangPoh: Today you belanja me.
Me: OK, but I'm not paying for the one in your tummy too.
BakChangPoh : I lost my HP.
KiChangPoh: Someone came over to me in the market, touched me and I gave her my HP along with my money.
Me: She just touched you?
Me: Thank god she didn't ask for your clothes or you'll be naked.
but jokes aside, KiChangPoh, I wish you all the best in your future undertakings, your life and your new baby...
p/s: just kidding about the baby. Hope you get one soon also.
p/s/s: just received your farewell mail. OMG, so sweet.
Tuesday, October 2, 2007
yes, i got this the other day. The smell is sweet but masculine at the same time, a mixture of Italian Bergamot, green Mandarin, and sparkling champagne, 'Fabulous' middle notes of Mediterranean air, Tuscan basil, and clay sage and 'Sexy' base notes of warm cashmere, Australian Sandalwood, Amber, and tonka bean.
I have forsaken forgiveness for promiscuity.
Sunday, September 30, 2007
sorry ya all, cant blame me for having a boring life.
actually.. you can... but let's not get there.
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
OMG, it's practically dumb. But I got myself a new shirt.... yeah, wearing it in the pic.
All my other pictures look dumb so I'm not posting it up.
Anyway, Hairspray is a musical about a racist community and making the world a better place. you know, the yadda yadda principle and moral shit that makes u realize what an arsehole you have been for the past few years of your available breathing life.
besides than that, the nostalgic hairs, costumes and dance moves all remind me of GREASE.
Overall, I'd give this movie a 4/10.
Never knew i could be soooo mean.
sweetSam: I'm still 18.
Me: In your heart, you're still 18 right?
Me: But not on your face.
Monday, September 24, 2007
The movies screened are Exodus and She's My Son.
Exodus tells a movie about sexuality. Of Lesbianisme and attractions. The movie was scripted without any dialogs and yet they still manage to portray the feelings displayed by the characters. The main reason I was not comfortable with this movie was because it is visually beautiful with choreographed dances and all (I don't have a knack for VERY artistic movies). Don't get me wrong, I love beautiful movies. Movies that are scripted and acted beautifully but not artsy matsy movies. However, me and my friend was giggling half way when the woman was artistically Masturbating. I mean, WTF?
She's My Son is a malaysian movie about transexuals. How a person who has undergone a sex change feels and how parents play an exceptionally important role to these people. The story revolves around Suganiah, a transexual who has become an accepted individual in the society because of her mother's support. The director, a video journalist from MalaysiaKini has decided that she doesn't want to portray transexuals as prostitutes, degraded individuals or even outcasts of society. She wants to portray a story where if the family accepts them, the society will too.
Saturday, September 22, 2007
Booked for tonight. Will talk about it tomorrow.
Sometimes I feel like I'm whoring for money and I feel like giving up. I want to experience life. I want to enjoy what I do. I want freedom. *sigh*
Friday, September 21, 2007
this is even more disturbing...
this is totally gross but funny...
i can't even begin to describe how fucked up i feel after watching these videos. there you go guys.. some people should generally disappear from the gene evolution. they just shouldn't PROCREATE.
Thursday, September 20, 2007
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
where art thou?
where are my comments...?
to Jeslyn, I miss you.
to YeeHui, I miss you too.
to all other anonymous, if you're free, leave a comment saying who you are. I'd love to get to know you all!
to all other not so anonymous, i miss you all too.
now bugger off.
Monday, September 17, 2007
Friday, September 14, 2007
I look up at its fiery red body and admire the low oil consumption it gave me. Also, the freedom to move around freely is another aspect I love it.
However, the pitter-pattering of raindrops against the land are getting more and more frequent.
"It's the rainy season" I thought to myself. One of hand with its fingers crossing, hoping that it'll stay pitter-pattering till I reach home. I checked the bike and voila, no raincoat.
I hop up my bike and start the engine. The roars it made are muffled by my protection helmet.
I scooted out of the parking lot and revved myself back home.
Soon, the pitter-pattering of raindrops turned into torrents of slashes. Water is fluid, but it can penetrate even the hardest of substance. My windshield is the only protection for my eye.
Its getting even colder as I zoomed left and right, avoiding other bikers with raincoats and butt ugly cars.
My vision is getting blurry and I try to wipe it with my left hand.
Soon, I was shivering.
I took a turn and almost fell down braking for a stray dog. I moved left and let the dog cross the road. It's wet. I look down at it and watch it slowly pass the road. The stray dog must've had a worse day than mine.
I turned my head and continued driving. I know soon, I'll be in my car again. But I feel for those without a car, whose whole life had been dependent on a motorbike. I feel for the dog, it might be a dog, but it's cold too.
I reached my home and opened the door, my dog reached out and jumped at me.
"hey bugger, you're one lucky bitch u know that?" I scrubbed her and said those things at the same time.
I went up and took a hot shower. Then I lied on my bed and cranked the volume for "Hey There Delilah by Plain White Tees"
I realize that no matter how hard I feel for them, I never did anything for them. Never tried, only thought. Sometimes thoughts are not all, its the actions that counts.
I continued to lie on my bed anyway till dinner time.
Sometimes, I think my heart is an idealist but my brain is a realist.
I made a conscious decision there and then.
"A good deed a day never drowns away" - jimmy
Thursday, September 13, 2007
I party a lot, I use my feelings more than my sense, I feel more than I think and I judge more than I perceive.
About the ENFJ
|"ENFJs are the benevolent 'pedagogues' of humanity. They have tremendous charisma by which many are drawn into their nurturant tutelage and/or grand schemes. Many ENFJs have tremendous power to manipulate others with their phenomenal interpersonal skills and unique salesmanship."|
- ENFJ Profile (TypeLogic)
"altruistic, easily hurt, religious, neat, content, positive, affectionate, image conscious..."
- ENFJ Jung Type Descriptions (similarminds.com)
"Success for an ENFJ comes through involvement in the process of making things happen for people; through the accomplishments and satisfactions of those they have helped to enrich the human world with greater value, and through finding that their efforts on behalf of others have fulfilled their own life as well."
- ENFJ Personal Growth (The Personality Page)
"Teachers expect the very best of those around them, and this expectation, usually expressed as enthusiastic encouragement, motivates action in others and the desire to live up to their expectations."
- The Portrait of the Teacher Idealist (Keirsey)
|"ENFJs are people-focused individuals. They live in the world of people possibilities. More so than any other type, they have excellent people skills. They understand and care about people, and have a special talent for bringing out the best in others. ENFJ's main interest in life is giving love, support, and a good time to other people. They are focused on understanding, supporting, and encouraging others. They make things happen for people, and get their best personal satisfaction from this."|
- Portrait of an ENFJ (The Personality Page)
"ENFJs focused on the organization's ideals and operate within those ideals. They focus on how organizations should treat people and communicate these values to others. They enjoy leading and facilitating teams, and like to bring matters to mutually beneficial conclusions. ENFJs prefer a work setting that contains individuals focused on changing things for the betterment of others."
- ENFJ - The Safe (Lifexplore)
"Rated by psychologists among 2 types least likely to have trouble in school. "
- ENFJ Facts (discoveryourpersonality.com)
Sunday, September 9, 2007
This sweet voice eminating from my handphone woke me up. I sat up and grubbed around in search of my handphone.
Yesterday was tiring having spent it all over the dancefloor in Slippery Senoritas. Really, the live band there is hot. Never fails to party it up.
The hot chick on stage was wearing a bareback, sleeves dangling, almost slipping out of her arms. I took her into my eyes and it was fixated. The rest of the band were good too. Nothing like the ones I saw in JB.
Anyway, back to the message, I finally found my handphone beside my bed. Took it up only to realize that my first greeting on this beautiful Sunday is...
"Do you have an extra condom?"
I texted "No"
and I realized its gonna be a long day...
Friday, September 7, 2007
Wednesday, September 5, 2007
Often, accidents are investigated so that we can learn how to avoid them in the future. This is sometimes called root cause analysis, but does not generally apply to accidents that cannot be predicted with any certainty. For example, a root cause of a purely random incident may never be identified, and thus future similar accidents remain "accidental."
Yeah, i never seem t0 learn. Let us learn that today in history, I fucked up my Nissan Sentra.
I'm gonna sell the bastard. I'm adamant this time.
Going for something cheap and nice. Like a Kancil. Bless you!
Tuesday, September 4, 2007
Sunday, September 2, 2007
it didn't started the way i planned it to be. a bunch of us hanging out somewhere, someplace.
it started rather dull but it ended on a high note. when i say high.. i mean HIGH.
as i sat there in my car waiting for my friend to come in, i took a deep breath and wondered what we were doing. the three of us.. guys going out to a club on a saturday night. it was awfully boring right?
i couldn't be more wrong.
the journey didn't indicate anything better. if the "plip plops" of heavy rain splattering on my windscreen was an indication of things to come, i'd think it would be... rather boring later.
but the rain stopped as i pulled in to park. on a saturday night, i parked right in front of the club, well, not exactly right in front but you get my drift.
the entrance wasn't easy too, the usher was porking us up with a 350 liquor which the manager agreed for 250. RAJ from SS, your fucking face looks like its been sucked by a donkey. AMEN.
but the day turned out good, we had fun despite several irritating moments.. like the fact that there was a bunch of malay softies jumping up and down and flipping their happy hugging hands all over me and my friends. and also the biotches beside us were freaking lipid with faces like tornadoes just swiped their pubic area.
but i came back drunk and MiniVin had to drive me back. that's how wasted i got.
i'm still feeling the after effect. given the space, i think i would've just flopped down on the floor in SS.
SS was good. true to the dot, its not the place, its the company. go with low ass dumb life ass holes, play with assholes. go with high strung hoes, play with hoes.
Saturday, September 1, 2007
CLuB and PaRtY Events! *-^
QE II in Penang. The songs are a bit boring and the place is more like a lounge/bar more than a club. There's no dancing podiums/ stage.. you just dance at the place you sit. But like it says, 360' waterfront venue. My first experience there was HOT. i mean it was literally making me sweat. Maybe it was the location of our seat or the overcrowded arena.. but it was really hot.
however, a great place to be just to chill out.
my previous party at the World Music Festival. Raining and still the best festival / party event there ever was!
one place that i've really enjoyed is Chili's and TGI. unfortunately, Chili's is always packed. but i can tell you all one thing. TGI is to die for.
also. Food Loft is a nice place for a relaxing lunch/dinner. Although the food are a bit pricey but the interior design is wonderful. Also, it overlooks the sea. Here are some pictures.
some lewd sculpture which makes a good impersonation as art.
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