Wednesday, December 20, 2006

I'll be Home for Xmas

I'll be home for Christmas
You can count on me

Please have snow and mistletoe
and presents on the tree

Christmas Eve will find me
Where the love light gleams
I'll be home for Christmas
If only in my dreams .........

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

2 Days and still counting..

hmm let check.. My Shopping list 2 items i'll do it tomorrow hehehe.. and 2 more days to go

Let Sing a Song.....

Jingle bells, jingle bells
Jingle all the way,
Oh what fun it is to ride
In a one-horse open sleigh, O
Jingle bells, jingle bells
Jingle all the way,
Oh what fun it is to ride
In a one-horse open sleigh.

You better watch out
You better not cry
You better not pout
I'm telling you why
Santa Claus is coming to town
Santa Claus is coming to town
Santa Claus is coming to town

tsk tsk... i'm on holiday mood.

Sunday, December 17, 2006

5 Day's Before My Holiday

alrite... enough already... i been counting days, hours and seconds.
22nd just 5 days away.. :) am realllllyyy looking forward on that day.

Yesterday.. was my off day... so i took my time to do wat ever i wanna do..

My list

1) Woke up at 7.40 am .. Xcuse me friday nite i slept around 3 am
2) Breakfast at 8.30 am
3) 9am drive to Midvalley with Benny and Juliana (Me Cousinsss)
4) Bought Movie ticket "Eragon" schedule 12.15noon
5) Shopping before Movie (what i bought)
a. 2 shirt (baju kerja bah)
b. a Beg
c. Xmas Present for x,x,x,x,x (someone la)
d. anime CD (shaman King & UFO Baby)
6) Movie timeeeeeeee....
7) Movie end around 2.30pm
8) Shopping Cont...(didn't bought anything)
9) 4pm time to pack and go home
10) But... we melencong to SUNWAY PYRAMID and shopping again..
e. Book (JD Rob - Memory In Death, Born In Death , Potter Book)
f. toys (for me cute nephew)
11) Here.. again shopping for Xmas present ... :P
12) 9pm Dinner at ASIA CAFE ...
13) Homeeeeeeeee........

hahaha there goes my list... hehehe.. penat ooo
oppss... i still in a mission of buying Xmas Presentssss...
i lupa to buy Mark and Leo Xmas present... after this i'm broke

FYI, just a few hours ago i bought a new pair of shoe (for myself) at KLCC

Sunday, December 10, 2006

When You Have A Bad Day

So what happen if you had a bad day.. well that what happen to me few days back. I was piss off with this customer
Damn.. Just wanna ask you guys..

IF you PC cant boot up, because you update your Windows.. Is that I.S.P fault ??
You update your BROWSER then cant surf the NET.. Is that I.S.P fault ??

You didn't even pay your bill for the last 4 months and I.S.P TD( Temp. Disconnect) your connection. Is that I.S.P fault ?? FYI: nothing free in this world.. pergi toilet pun you have to pay..

So if you have a bad day like me.. so let sing this song..... cheers!!!

Where is the moment we needed the most

You kick up the leaves and the magic is lost
They tell me your blue skies fade to gray
They tell me your passion's gone away
And I don't need no carryin' on

You stand in the line just to hit a new low
You're faking a smile with the coffee you go
You tell me your life's been way off line
You're falling to pieces every time
And I don't need no carryin' on

Because you had a bad day
You're taking one down
You sing a sad song just to turn it around
You say you don't know
You tell me don't lie
You work at a smile and you go for a ride
You had a bad day
The camera don't lie
You're coming back down and you really don't mind
You had a bad day
You had a bad day

Will you need a blue sky holiday?
The point is they laugh at what you say
And I don't need no carryin' on

You had a bad day
You're taking one down
You sing a sad song just to turn it around
You say you don't know
You tell me don't lie
You work at a smile and you go for a ride
You had a bad day
The camera don't lie
You're coming back down and you really don't mind
You had a bad day

(Oooh.. a holiday..)

Sometimes the system goes on the blink
And the whole thing turns out wrong
You might not make it back and you know
That you could be well oh that strong
And I'm not wrong


So where is the passion when you need it the most
Oh you and I
You kick up the leaves and the magic is lost

Cause you had a bad day
You're taking one down
You sing a sad song just to turn it around
You say you don't know
You tell me don't lie
You work at a smile and you go for a ride
You had a bad day
You've seen what you like
And how does it feel for one more time
You had a bad day
You had a bad day

Saturday, December 02, 2006

Grease (1978)

Grease (1978)Grease Directed by
Randal Kleiser

Genre: Comedy / Musical / Romance

Good girl Sandy and greaser Danny fell in love over the summer. But when they unexpectedly discover they're now in the same high school, will they be able to rekindle their romance?

Artist: Grease
Song: Summer Nights
Summer lovin' had me a blast
Summer lovin' happened so fast
I met a girl crazy for me
Met a boy cute as can be
Summer days driftin' away, to uh-oh those summer nights
Uh Well-a well-a well-a huh
Tell me more, tell me more
Did you get very far?
[Pink Ladies]
Tell me more, tell me more
Like does he have a car?
Uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh
She swam by me, she got a cramp
He ran by me, got my suit damp
I saved her life, she nearly drowned
He showed off, splashing around
Summer sun, something's begun, but uh-oh those summer nights
Uh well-a well-a well-a huh
[Pink Ladies]
Tell me more, tell me more
Was it love at first sight?
Tell me more, tell me more
Did she put up a fight?
Took her bowling in the arcade
We went strolling, drank lemonade
We made out under the dock
We stayed out 'till ten o'clock
Summer fling, don't mean a thing, but uh-oh those summer nights
Uh well-a well-a well-a huh
Tell me more, tell me more
But you don't gotta brag
[Pink Ladies]
Tell me more, tell me more
Cos he sounds like a drag
shoo-bop bop, shoo-bop bop, shoo-bop bop,shoo-bop bop, shoo-bop bop, shoo-bop bop, shoo-bop bop, YEH
He got friendly, holding my hand
While she got friendly down in the sand
He was sweet, just turned eighteen
Well she was good you know what I mean
Summer heat, boy and girl meet, but uh-oh those summer nights
woo, woo, woo
[Pink Ladies]
Tell me more, tell me more
[ Jan]
How much dough did he spend?
Tell me more, tell me more
Could she get me a friend?
It turned colder - that's where it ends
So I told her we'd still be friends
Then we made our true love vow
Wonder what she's doing now
Summer dreams ripped at the seams, bu-ut oh, those su-ummer nights....
Tell me more, tell me more!

Outing Time

From Left : Kian Sin , Bryan, Jack, Me, Kim Sin, Travis and Wai Sum

Just after lunch at Ampang Yong Tau Foo @ Hong Hong <-- that the shop . Damn sedap... dont ask me why the plate empty... hahaha habis sudah...

Friday, December 01, 2006


i'm wondering when our malaysian ISP gonna improve Broadband services. look at our jiran SINGAPORE...
sigh...bundle with SONY BRAVIA 32" LCD ... summore and $79.95 (RM159.90) wah wah wah.... and a few more services... :(

Sunday, November 26, 2006

My Fave Xmas Song

All I Want For Christmas Is You
By Mariah Carey

I don't want a lot for Christmas
There's just one thing I need
I don't care about presents
Underneath the Christmas tree
I just want you for my own
More than you could ever know
Make my wish come true...
All I want for Christmas
Is you...

I don't want a lot for Christmas
There is just one thing I need
I don't care about presents
Underneath the Christmas tree
I don't need to hang my stocking
There upon the fireplace
Santa Claus won't make me happy
With a toy on Christmas day
I just want you for my own
More than you could ever know
Make my wish come true
All I want for Christmas is you...
You baby

I won't ask for much this Christmas
I won't even wish for snow
I'm just gonna keep on waiting
Underneath the mistletoe
I won't make a list and send it
To the North Pole for Saint Nick
I won't even stay awake to
Hear those magic reindeer click
'Cause I just want you here tonight
Holding on to me so tight
What more can I do
Baby all I want for Christmas is you

All the lights are shining
So brightly everywhere
And the sound of children's
Laughter fills the air
And everyone is singing
I hear those sleigh bells ringing
Santa won't you bring me the one I really need
Won't you please bring my baby to me

Oh I don't want a lot for Christmas
This is all I'm asking for
I just want to see baby
Standing right outside my door
Oh I just want him for my own
More than you could ever know
Make my wish come true
Baby all I want for Christmas is

All I want for Christmas is you baby



Subject(s): JUVENILE FICTION: Legends, Myths, Fables - General

The Fire Thief
By Terry Deary

The Fire Thief hilariously reimagines the myth of Prometheus, the Greek demigod who stole fire from the gods and gave it to the human race. To escape the gods’ revenge, Prometheus travels through time to Eden City in 1858. There, he befriends a young orphan, actor, and petty criminal named Jim. When Jim runs into trouble with the law, Prometheus is torn—if he uses his powers to get his friend out of trouble, he will betray his hiding place to the gods. Terry Deary masterfully interweaves two plots, with action jumping at a whirlwind pace from Mount Olympus to the seedy taverns and elegant mansions of Victorian Eden City. Packed with puns, wisecracks, and sarcastic footnotes, The Fire Thief turns Greek mythology into a laughing matter.

Flight of the Fire Thief
By Terry Deary

Prometheus is again on the run, and he flees in and out of time before landing in gritty, ramshackle 1795 Eden City. Enter our narrator: Nell, a young girl and aspiring novelist—she and her crafty pa travel the city with their stage show, trying to get their audiences to open up their pockets and purses. As always, Prometheus has a soft spot for humans in need, but using his powers to get his new friends out of trouble will betray his hiding place to the gods! Terry Deary masterfully interweaves two plots, with the action jumping at a whirlwind pace from Mount Olympus to the back alleys of dingy Tudor City.

Fire Thief Fights Back III (2007)
By Terry Deary

Sam and his mother are swindling the people of Eden City with their medicine show, selling “miracle” cures to their gullible audiences. When their ruse is rumbled and the Eden City residents go after them, Prometheus steps in to help out. Meanwhile, they find an unlikely ally in Zeus—who helps get them out of their predicament, but not without a cost. In exchange, he wants Sam and Prometheus to help settle a score with the monsters of Greek mythology. The Fire Thief trilogy builds to a spectacular showdown between the Greek gods and a whole crew of mythical monsters—with plenty of action and Terry Deary’s unique humor along the way. Readers are in for an unexpected and memorable climax.

Saturday, November 18, 2006

Memory Lane

It almost end of the year. Wow! time pass by damn fast. So here i am, almost a year working with this new company. It's time to take a tour down the Memory Lane.

So i stumble upon this pIXs, wish bring great memory during my stay in Kota Kinabalu. How much i miss this time of year.. hahaha.. This Pix taken on My Birthday and Wilma at Coffe
eBean Damai.


10.58pm 18/11/2006

So i cont...

I resign from my previous company just 5 day's before CHRISTMAS 2005. Damn worry sudah, because i haven't had any replacement. But 23th Dec 2006 i was at my home town busy preparing for X'mas i receive a call from current company , Phone Interview ... i was like huh!! so i just give my best shot to answer all the Q. And hey ! they invited me for a second round interview which i bargain with her, 12th Jan 2006, attend the interview and i got accepted and report duty on the 16th Jan 2006. and i was wow!!... that was fast.. just my Luck i think.

Day in, day out.. my parent were here almost a MONTH.. make a trip to the north and south (peninsular malaysia), for the past 4 years my family "cuti-cuti malaysia" at Sabah (North Borneo).

After a few month working, feel need to refresh.. working odd hours killing me softly. i think this is the 1st time ever within a year down with fever and flu.. my sleeping pattern changes completely.. OMG!!!!!!

to be cont... again.... hahaha

Saturday, November 11, 2006

A 10 questions bout Our life!

What do you do if :-

1. You hate your job?
2. You dont love your husband/wife/boyfriend/girlfriend anymore?
3. You dont like your bestfriend anymore?
4. You hate yourself?
5. You stop giving donation to the church?
6. You stop visiting your parents?
7. You dont get the job you want the most?
8. You fall in love with someone husband/wife/boyfriend/girlfriend?
9. You kil your driving instructor during highway test?
10. You kill someone because YOU drive like mad dog?

Try to answer it.... and good luck...

Monday, November 06, 2006

Dealing With The Death

" What I am feeling right now is hard to put into words. But, I would like to say my CONDOLENCE to My Uncle and Family. We will all miss Flora; she touched so many of our lives "

R.I.Ps : Miss Flora Yabah. 3rd November 2006 (Friday) - Limbang, Sarawak

How does one cope with the death of a friend or family member?
Here are some excerpts from The Why Files that I hope will be helpful.

What is grief?

Grief is an emotion of loss. Perhaps you have felt that emotion when a parent or your spouse moved away after a divorce, when you broke up with a boy- or girlfriend, or when you moved away from your old neighborhood. Even losing a valued object (such as a class ring or some other memento) or an important ball game creates a sense of grief. There's a feeling of separation and loss.

Grief and love are two very similar emotions --if you're capable of love, you are capable of grief. Only a person who never loves never grieves. When you love someone, you feel a oneness and fulfillment with that person. But you also open yourself up to the possibility for grief--when he or she break-ups with you, moves away or dies. The relationship is over and that strong emotion of love mutates like some hideous sci-fi monster into equally strong grief.

"Grief," then, is the B-side side of love. Love expresses emotional oneness, grief expresses emotional separation. "Mourning" is the long, painful process of working through that grief. (In other words, grief is what we feel, mourning is how we react to it.) It's natural to feel up one day and down the next. The strong feelings of grief may seem frightening when we first feel the full force of this powerful emotion. But like other emotions, it's "normal," natural," and "okay."

Each person, however, responds differently to a single death. In the case of a famous person, the grief may be very short-lived since you didn't know them personally. But, on the other hand, if you had a strong emotional attachment to that famous person--who didn't know you--there may be intense grief. Here are some general patterns in how most people experience grief.

Stage One: Shock, numbness, disbelief (one to three days)

"I just can't believe it!" When you first heard the news, you probably felt immediate sense of shock and disbelief. Like "denial" in the dying process, disbelief insulates our emotions so we can deal with immediate demands. If it is a close loved one there may be the tasks of notifying friends and relatives, calling our pastor, letting the school know we'll be out for a few days, cleaning the house for visitors, and so on.

Once the initial numbness wears off, it's normal to cry--everything from watery eyes to uncontrollable sobbing. Crying is a healthy emotional expression of grief, so don't feel that you're being "weak." And ignore ignorant cliches like "smile and the whole world smiles with you, cry and you cry alone."

And it's not unusual to feel anger toward the person for dying: "How dare you leave me to suffer like this!" You may feel angry at the medical staff for not saving your loved one's life--even though the doctors and nurses did everything possible. And it's not uncommon to feel angry at God--even if you're a very devout believer. It's "okay"!

Allow these emotions to be expressed to those you can trust with your feelings--your family, your best friend, a therapist, or a clergy person.

Stage Two: Painful longing and preoccupation with memory and mental images (up to one year)

We often think that the funeral is the hardest time for the survivors, so we may bring in food, visit the family, and attend the funeral. But afterward, we assume they've started the work of putting their life back together. Actually, Stage Two becomes most intense between the second and fourth week afterward. The following experiences are strong for about the first three months and then gradually begin to diminish over the next six months to a year:

  • Painful longing to be with and talk with the dead person
  • Preoccupation with the death (you can't think of anything else)
  • Memories of dead person
  • Mental images of the dead person
  • Sensing that the dead person is in the same room
  • Sadness
  • Tearfulness
  • Inability to sleep
  • Lack of concentration
  • Loss of appetite
  • Loss of interest in things you once enjoyed
  • Irritability
  • Restlessness

You may want to post this list on the refrigerator as fair warning to friends and family members. (In 1800's those grieving bore black "mourning bands" on their arms to announce, "Take it easy on me!")

And don't be afraid to turn to professionals for help during this difficult time. Your doctor may prescribe sleeping pills or tranquillizers so you can sleep nights. School counselors, youth workers, or pastors can provide emotional support and suggestions for overcoming this time of loss. If they can't, they can refer you to those who can.

Stage Three: Resolution and resumption of ordinary life activities (within one year of death)

Starting at about six months, most of us will begin getting back into our normal activities. (Life will never be "normal" again, we can continue many previously "normal" activities.) We'll continue to be broadsided by occasional waves of grief described in Stage Two. But these will become less and less frequent, even though they may be just as intense. Stage Three is summed up with:

  • Acceptance of the death
  • Decreasing sadness
  • The ability to recall past experienced with the deceased with pleasure rather than pain
  • Resuming ordinary activities.

How should I respond to those grieving?

So how do we respond to those going through the mourning process? By saying stuff like "I understand exactly how you feel." Brrrrrooooonk! Wrong answer!

We may have both lost a grandfather, but there are a kabillion differences between my loss and yours. Things you don't understand or know. What kind of relatioship did we have? Were we close or did we see each other only at Christmas? What were the last words spoken? Were they loving, harsh--or worse--indifferent? What kinds of questions, thoughts, and feelings are churning in my mind? What is my concept of death? Or life after death?

See, you really don't "understand." And neither do I completely understand your loss. But I can help by sharing how I felt at my grandfather's death. And in that way, I'm giving you freedom to share your grief.

An older friend recently told me the advice her aunt gave her at the death of her mother twenty years ago. "Don't embarrass us and your self making a scene by crying." Fortunately, "keeping a stiff upper lip" and squelching our emotions went out of style with my grandfather's ties!

"You don't have to talk about the details of the death," is another innocent, but insensitive statement. We somehow think we'll cause them more pain by them talking about it, but it's actually a part of healing. For instance, when my wife's father died, her mother must have told the story of his death ten times--how she found him collapsed on the dining room floor, how she called 9-1-1, how she tried CPR that she had seen on TV, how she rode with him in the ambulance. But interestingly, each time she told it, she seemed to gain emotional strength and comfort. Talking about the details--even if they're cancer, suicide, drowning, murder, or AIDS--helps us past the denial stage and on to dealing realistically with the death.

So, what the best thing to say? The most helpful thing is:

Yep, you can't go wrong with nothing. A shared tear, a squeezed hand, a hug, or just being there is usally the best help. Whatever you do, don't spout off pat answers.

Where is God in this tragedy?

The book of Psalms is filled with such questions. "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? Why do you refuse to help me or even listen to my groans? Day and night I keep on weeping, crying for your help, but there is no reply" (Psalm22:1-2).

Where is God? He is right there beside us as we struggle with the many questions surrounding the death. He may not write the answers across the sky, but His Son Jesus Christ understands our questions.

Why do good people die so young? Jesus answers, I understand your question. I died at thirty-three.

Why do some people have to die such painful deaths? I understand your pain. I was beaten, whipped, and crucified.

I miss him/her so much here on earth. I understand your grief. I left heaven to come to earth.

Why can't people just live forever and not have to die? I understand the problem. I came to give you eternal life.

God does understand. He wants to hear what you're feeling .

So in review, grief is a normal--but sometimes a confusing and uncontrollable--emotion. And mourning (dealing with grief) is a long, painful process. But remember: you will once again enjoy living and loving, you will get your appetite back, the pain will diminish, you will be able to sleep soundly again and you will be able to enjoy pleasant memories of the deceased.

Copyright © 1992 James N. Watkins

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Immerse Yourself in MULU

Dense vegetation cling to every surface.
Steep slopes and vertical cliffs reach summitridges
before dropping to hidden valleys.
Jagged limestone pinnacles, bleached white,
pierce the lush green canopy.
Cave passages wind their way through
The mountains, opening into chambers
so large you are dwarfed to insignificance.


Friday, September 08, 2006


I took this out from READER'S DIGEST.

1. Buy an extra book and donate it to your child's classroom,
the local library or a refuge.

2. Next time you're craving something sweet, bake a double batch of

chocolate-chip biscuits and give some to a housebound neighbour or
overworked colleague.

3. Pick up litter on your way to the bus or the train in the morning.

4. Go the extra distance when someone goes out of her wayfor you.

Send a complimentary note to her supervisor, witha copy to the person
who helped you.

5. Next time you're in line at the supermarket with a loaded trolley,

be gracious. Let the person behind you - the one with single item - go
ahead of you.

6. Carry change to feed expired parking meters. (need to revise this -_-! )

7. Donate blood, and give the gift of life.

8. Offer to water the neighbours' plants while they're away on holiday.

9. Praise your children. Try to rise above the inevitable petty conflicts

that litter family life.

10. Be recklessly courteous and wildly polite: hold doors open. Thank

the bus driver, the coffee shop's counter person - all the service people
whose work makes life a little more livable.

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Computer Stupidities

This what We call.... A CALLS FROM HELL
Customer: "I have just received your software, but I have these plastic things, what are they?"
Tech Support: "Could you describe them please?"
Customer: "They are black plastic, thin, and square."
Tech Support: "Anything else?"
Customer: "They have a metal bit on one edge."
Tech Support: "Disks?"
Customer: "Well, I don't know, do I? I just brought your package. What do I do with them?"

I see a horrible call ahead, and the customer is quite irate already.

Tech Support: "Put the disks in the drive."
Customer: "What's a drive?"
Tech Support: "The slot in your machine that looks just the right size for the disk."
Customer: "Which machine?"
Tech Support: "Do you have a hard drive?"
Customer: "I have two boxes. One has a picture on it."
Tech Support: "Put the first disk in, metal side first."
Customer: "Ok. It's gone in."
Tech Support: "Go to the 'start' button, then run, then type 'setup'."
Customer: "My computer isn't on. How do I turn it on?"
Tech Support: "Push the button by the drive to eject the disk, and press the button that says 'power' on the machine without the pictures on it."
Customer: "Ok. Done."
Tech Support: "Now put in the disk, go to start, run, and type 'setup'."
Customer: "Oh, it's all working now. Thanks, but your software isn't very easy to use, is it?"

Customer: "Right! I demand satisfaction!"
Tech Support: "I see. Well, I'm here to try and help you. What kind of problem are you having?" Customer: "It's not my problem! The 'commuter' I bought six weeks ago just won't work! I can't do a damned thing with it!"
Tech Support: "I see. Do you mean it won't even switch on, or is it something else?"
Customer: "Don't try to sandbag me! I know my rights!"
Tech Support: "Sir, could you explain the problem you are having so I can better help you with it?" Customer: "I've called them all, AOL, Nildram, Tiscali, and none of them are any good."
Tech Support: "Ok, so are you saying that you're having problems getting on-line?"
Customer: "Look, it doesn't work! I want satisfaction!"
Tech Support: "Ok, well I need to ask you some questions to help you with the problem."
Customer: "Fine, but I doubt you're going to fix it."
Tech Support: "Is your modem installed and plugged into the phone line?"
Customer: "How would I know if it's plugged in?"
Tech Support: (describes how the back of the machine looks and where the modem is)
Customer: "Yes, that's just how mine looks, and it doesn't work, so just accept that it's broken!" Tech Support: "Which cable did you connect the modem to the phone line with, sir?"
Customer: "I have to wire the stupid thing in?"

I had this conversation recently with a lady who swore she had been using computers since forever.

Tech Support: "All right. Now click 'OK'."
Customer: "Click 'OK'?"
Tech Support: "Yes, click 'OK'."
Customer: "Click 'OK'?"
Tech Support: "That's right. Click 'OK'."
Customer: "So I click 'OK', right?"
Tech Support: "Right. Click 'OK'."

Customer: "I clicked 'Cancel'."
Tech Support: "YOU CLICKED 'CANCEL'???"
Customer: "That's what I was supposed to do, right?"
Tech Support: "No, you were supposed to click 'OK'."
Customer: "I thought you said to click 'Cancel'."
Tech Support: "NO. I said to click 'OK'."
Customer: "Oh."
Tech Support: "Now we have to start over."
Customer: "Why?"
Tech Support: "Because you clicked 'Cancel'."
Customer: "Wasn't I supposed to click 'Cancel'?"
Tech Support: "No. Forget that. Let's start from the top."
Customer: "Ok." I spent the next fifteen minutes re-constructing the carefully crafted setup for this lady's unique computer.
Tech Support: "All right. Now, are you ready to click 'OK'?"
Customer: "Yes."
Tech Support: "Great. Now click 'OK'."

Customer: "I clicked 'Cancel'."
And people wonder why my mouse pad has a target on it labeled "BANG HEAD HERE."
what do you think if you happen to deal with this people -_-!

Monday, August 28, 2006

Top 10 Mistakes Most Men Make With Women

Well my sister forward an email to me yesterday.. and LET me share it with all of YOU!


FOR single MEN some MORE !!!!

Thursday, August 10, 2006

BOYs And GIRLs - Best Friend

OK... on this topic.. there's million facts on my head. well during my 8 days vacation..i been thinking... so here we are. by the way thanks to amy..for the idea.

Physically we're not the same.(boy and girl) same goes to mentally, action, emotion and etc..(dont have to elaborate)

It is normal for boys and girls to be attracted or admire one to anothers. we cant fight it..anyway for some reason, some people against the idea of BOY n GIRL being BESTFRIEND.

For those narrow minded, let me point out 1 major fact we are now in the 21st century, wake up!!!!For those born at the year of 1900 to 1950's i dont blame you, because during that era there's limitation of frienship.

I dont see the problem for US male and female to be bestfriend. Some parents against the relationship and my mom fall under same category. i dont blame her. so i give and take. so here some fact pointed out by mom.

1. male and female, dont mix : BEST friend.
2. we some how have feeling toward each other.
3. there's a limitation / borders
4. we will have issues on FEELING ... hmmm ??? falling in love
5. society still on YELLOW light... for pete's sake..wake up

and the list goes on blah!blah!blah!

So here what i think. BESTFRIEND does not limit into same gender, we're all HUMAN am i right. if you dont think so... you must be a DOG! To be or not to be BESTFRIEND that the question! (eleh macam hamlet) Take an example AMY and I.. we been BESTFRIEND for 4 years now (correction 5 years!) of cause in some area we're totally different. i enjoy to be with her (excuse me not 24/7 be with her) we share joke, problem, work load (we work under the same roof) or you can say partner in crime. During 5 years know her, i dont have any issues with her. Her boyfriend and my girlfriend are cool about that. Amy not just bestfriend, more to little sister. And i proud to say that. We hang out till midnite, outing together, having the same hobbies, we exchange knowledge. (thats include CELINE DAYA)

For me, it's all about you as a person not because you're female or male. I dont understand what gender got to do with friendship???. Well of cause boys and girls has differences, no doubt bout that. one way or another some of us (boy & girl) having the same like and dislike.
MUTUAL : respect, interests and understanding.

For us "malaysian" when we saw a boy and a girl walking together, joking, having fun, having dinner or lunch together.. oohh must be couple or lover.. screw *#@%*^ (censor) you. Attraction between each other, that we have to analyze. Between me and my girls bestfriend (i have a few actually) no hanky panky... not that they are ugly or something you got that wrong... duh! some of them.. ehemmm drop dead gorgeous.. and good looking.. man will burn looking at them.. hehehe.. i'm blind if i dont notice this..

My special girlfriend - she never came close to a BESTFRIEND... she only casual friend, knowing her through friend..(you should know what CASUAL friend)..

end part I

Tuesday, August 08, 2006


I woke up at 6.15am this morning. and ready for work. damn early!!By 7.50am i already "lepaking" at mamak stall near KLCC.. breakfast..Good GOD... it will be a very very long day.. HAZE killing me softly..i read The STAR - read bout OUR malaysian PM and few COMPLAINT and COMPLIMENT on AIRASIA AND MALAYSIAN AIRLINE.. duhAnd i wonder WHY????

The route on the new air service provider and also the $$$ for each destination. pop a question in my head.WHY DAMN EXPENSIVE then Malaysian Airline?? what i heard before this, they said will keep the price as normal (same as previous fare provided by MAS) Bloody hell...

MIRI-LIMBANG and LIMBANG-MIRI route use to be RM45.00++ for twin-otter

and RM68++ for fokker, and now the fare SKY-HIGH. >:
Dont tell me because OIL price.. what i know about this new service provider
: sub-con from AIR ASIA..
hmmm sure services level hope the same standard as MAS.

If you read today paper THE STAR under star BIZ.. i agree with the point, pointed out by the writer. for some people this is not a big deal.. butfor me(frequent flyer).. there's an issues.. I KEEP this ISSUE OPEN and will follow up time to time :)

p/s: disagree with me... too bad this is my blog. create your own. :P

Friday, August 04, 2006

On My Deviantart Gallery

Here you can see few of my PICTURE. That wat i do during free time
LOCATION : SABAH , Land Below The Wind
I'm not that good with editing and wat ever thing u do wit pix.
It take sometime and AMY helpful enough to help me..
Some wit POSING maut... hahaha thats AMY..
like it or not
SHE soo damn GOOOOODDD 10 1/2 STAR for that.
there's more then 100 pixs i have not load onto deviantart.
hope i find sometime to do it so.. :)
FeEl FrEe to drop by at
and leave your comment too..

HAVE a Nice DAY.. To all of you.

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

The Phantom of the Opera


Think of Me
Think of me fondly
When we're said goodbye
Remember me, once in a while
Please promise you try
When you find that once again
You long to take your heart back
And be free
IF you ever find a moment,
Spare a thought for me...
We never said
Our love was evergreen
Or as unchanging as the sea-
But if you still can remember
Stop and think of me.
Think of all the things
We're shared and seen
Don't think about the way
Thing night have been.

Think of Me
Think of me waking
Silent and resigned
Imagine me trying too hard
To put you from my mind
Recall those days,
Think of the things we'll never do
There will never be a day
When i wont think of you.......

Can it be?...

Long ago, it seems so long ago
How young and innocent we were
She may not remember me,
But i remember her....
We never saidour love was evergreen,
or as unchangingas the sea -
but pleasepromise me,
that sometimes you will

Think of me

Saturday, July 29, 2006


Around 6.00am, my family and i safely arrived at TANJUNG a.k.a Terangganu, and the funny thing is we cant CHECK-IN to the HOTEL room because it wasn't 12nn. "Stupid rules made by stupid people"
I was like "huh! is this a joke or something!", come on i'm so damn sleepy and also my families. i even beg the receptionist to let us in since, we booked the hotel room. The ANSWER is NO. So my sister said here we go again.Never in my life encounter such thing, Imagine this if you happen to arrived at that particular place at 3am, are you going to wait till next day at noon to check-in.
The receptionist offer to put our luggage at the cleaner room. And we have to hang around till noon, OH MY GOD!!! i can remember i was cursing why this happen. At that moment i told my sister that we better pack and get out from this place. Being a cool sister and she manage to cool me off. So we ate breakfast next to junior school. And it still 7.30am, so i look around snaping a pictures. So we walk around the TOWN, from one end to the other.
(FYI:AMY & MASTURA & CELINE - macam "PAPAR" bah tempat dia).
My sister Geraldine, she been here before "OFFICIAL TRIPS" So she suggested for us to visit this "PASAR PAYANG" - this is HEAVAN for TERANGGANU BATIK. By 8.30am only a few stalls open, so we walk around till all the stalls OPEN for business. Within 4 hours, i think my dad and my mom spend more than RM500.00 and thats not include two of my sister And later that afternoon the spending MORE $$$$$. Meanwhile..LEO and I suffer from the dust sickness.. for those doesn't know personally, most of my family members HAVING ISSUE with DUST in other word "SENSITIVE"..
PASAR PAYANG has more than 100 stalls selling BATIK, Handmade craft from bamboo, iron, bronze etc.. for once this trip worth for what we paid for. BUT still sleppy and Exhausted from the bus ride, my soul shouting for help... so it almost noon, and the weather is killing me softly :) We took "BECA" (English : tricycle) i'm not so sure about the English version for it. hmm still clueless.. any way

And the back to the hotel, again we have to wait for the room.. after 30mins.. at last HEAVAN.. after taking my bath.. everyone in a slumber land.. around 4.30pm most of up woke up. And at this point LEO suffer from serious dust exposure at PASAR PAYANG.So after refresh and poor leo sneezing almost 30 second and my sister Cottila-marie having fever. hahahaha what a day.!!

So Next mission possible!! there's a carnival somewhere the beach area. We so busybody.. and check things out. God! carnival should be loud and busy.. but this *tsk*tsk, dun knoe what the purpose of this carnival. After a while my parent and my sisters continue their advanture of BATIK search and as for leo and i.. we just take our time at the beach area and snapping some pictures. after an hour or so we left and heading to PASAR PAYANG again. But This time both of us just LEPAK "hang around" outside and enjoy the evening view of TERANGGANU.

Around 7.30pm we heading back to the hotel and ready for DINNER.
At 8.30pm after we take shower we had out dinner at the hotel restaurant. Dinner just SO-SO.. :P then back to the room and watch TV and ZZzzzzZZZZ.

At 7.00am woke up and breakfast and FAREWELL TERANGGANU.
FYI : i slept all the way to KL :P , but this time we use different BUS... more cosy...
FYI : not all the way KL actually la.. we had our LUNCH and one of the REST area, location ????

END next trip PANGKOR ISLAND......

Sunday, July 23, 2006

BeiNG MaLaYsIaN.

What can i say about it. Now, malaysia rated as 3rd most rude country in the WORLD! Like it or not, i have to check on the POSTIVE(+) and NEGATIVE(-) over this survey.

Ok, wanna talk being MALAYSIAN. huh! :)Love this nation very much because, all people from different background able to stay under ONE ROOF,NO matter what skin colour we had. We still remember our background "feet on the ground". From KAMPUNG or BANDAR (village people or cities)during holiday seasons, all malaysian HEAD back to KAMPUNG, to celebrate the festive seasons. Most of malaysian don't send their parents to RUMAH ORANG TUA "OLDFOLK HOMES",we're not KACANG LUPAKAN KULIT (ungrateful family).Do we complaint much? Perhaps on certain issue, but most we ZIPss it. As matter a fact, I'm one of the person complaint the most. But later i found out other's who complaint 24/7, over stupid mistake created by themselves. Go Figure!

Now let me tell you something happen to me make me agree with the survey. Like it or not here I COME!

Happen to my family (does that count ME too! :P ) during our trip to WEST Malaysia. Cuti-cuti malaysia "HOLIDAY-HOLIDAY MALAYSIA" hahahaha. What for being malaysian if you never travel within your country. Shame on you if you didn't!.. Instead taking flight we decided on BUS at PUTRA BUS TERMINAL (somewhere in KL city) Here the nightmare begun. First being malaysian i greet the ticketing clerk, no reply.. Ok than i move on by asking her i would like to buy a ticket for 6's to terengganu. And i got the reply " No More ticket, go to other counter " the lady shouting as if i'm completely lacking in the sense of hearing. With respect i move on to the next counter, maybe not a good day for her. For your informationthere's no NOTICE BOARD telling us "SOLD OUT".. Duh! So i ask the next counter, asking the same question. And do you know the reply i get. "We're selling ticket here what! why asking?, if want to buy, buy la!" (note: Malaylish " The Malaysian English"). What a day! i turn away from the counter, but i gave a word to her, " Miss if you hate so much the job given to you, pls give it to someone else. Or else please show some respect". So i went up to the management counter and log a complaint. I went to other counter and bought 6 bus tickets But the story doesn't end there. Our bus scheduled at 10pm, the following day. Got confuse by the ticket "printed destination : TANJUNG". I call up the bus operator, asking why the ticket printed Kuala not Terengganu. And the Operator kindly explain TANJUNG is in TERENGGANU itself, so i take in.

Time showing 9.50pm and still waiting for the bus. And funny thing happen, clueless a Question pop up into my mind, WHERE should we wait for the bus?. So my sister and i went up to the information counter and they said just wait for it. On the tickets printed only seat number, destination, time and a number 40. A young gentleman standing next to me, and i saw a number 40 on his ticket. I think he know that i'm trying to figure out. And he explain to me, and number 40 represent the BUS number duh! Stupid me..

The trip was OK, just forget about HOW FAST the bus travel..i think must be 120KM/hour....
Spell Error ! do point out 10Q

Saturday, July 22, 2006

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"This communicating of a man's self to his friend works two contrary effects; for it redoubleth joys, and cutteth griefs in half."

"Mothers are fonder than fathers of their children because they are more certain they are their own."

"Man is by nature a political animal."

by -- Aristotle


"Those who have the command of the arms in a country are masters of the state, and have it in their power to make what revolutions they please. [Thus,] there is no end to observations on the difference between the measures likely to be pursued by a minister backed by a standing army, and those of a court awed by the fear of an armed people."

-- Aristotle