Goodbye Blogger

Goodbye Blogger! I'm gone. Well, not entirely, just for three months. Leaving for NS tomorrow in Sabah and I hope all goes well, I didn't open a bank account which is required, so I don't know what is that all going to be about. So, don't be sad my readers, I'll be back in due time. Goodbye friends, going to miss you guys loads, have fun and take care these coming months. If a chance arises that I can use the Internet while I'm away, trust me I will, not putting my hopes up too high though. Well, till March, goodbye.

P/S: Try not to miss me too much.
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1 Utama-ing

The Warlords is a "comedy"!

Was out with Joel, Jane and her cousin, Kelly at 1 Utama yesterday. Quite fun. Jane and her cousin did not want to come along at first because they didn't want to take a cab, too expensive it seems. For someone staying in Tropicana, she needs a slap. Well, after much coaxing from Joel and I, they did decide to come, because they asked their driver to pick them up, couldn't they have done that from the start? So we met up at 5 o' clock and I got the tickets for The Warlords starring Jet Li, Andy Lau and Takeshi Take-a-dump-on-me (can't remember the his name). Before the movie, we went to the batting cages on the roof-top. That was hilarious, for RM30, we get half an hour of play. Out of the so many balls, I hit only one, they never made me forget my lame-ness at baseball. Joel and Jane were good, the double J, JJ (not Radiance's boyfriend). Then we had lunch/tea/dinner (lun-ea-ner) at Kluang Station. Food was alright. Then at the cinema, while watching The Warlords, Joel started doing shit in the cinema. The movie was good, but draggy. So during the movie, Joel laughed at all the wrong times, like when a head was chopped off and was being swung around. He laughed at a sad part and Jane whacked him with her bag because "spoilt the mood". Then he sat on the floor, he really despised the movie "I think". But overall, it was a good show, that is if you can appreciate movies like these. I'm going to miss you guys loads.

P/S: Jane, if I don't remember to give you a ring on your birthday, a very Happy Birthday to you in advance. And Kelly, you damn funny, look like Poe Mun! Bimbo Kelly.
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Eh, U-Ree! I know it's you la! I'm adding you on my links.

Hard to believe that I am going to be leaving soon. Three long months of either pure unavoidable torture or three long months of jolly good fun and I'm hoping it's the latter. Went out today with Joel, Fua, PK and Daniel to this cafe in Manjalara called Station 1 Cafe or something like that. Good food at reasonble prices is what the place promotes, and every cafe I step into these days are similiar to the Hide concept where they provide games to play (minus the pool table and foosball). Nice place, that. Sad that I won't be having lamb/chicken chops in a long long time.

Most probably getting my license tomorrow, which is going to be so cool. And I'm going to be the last among my lepak gang (excluding Daniel, he's still a kid) to get it, so I'm rather excited. Ahh, how pleasurable.

Countdown: 3 more day *TSK TSK*
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Cat Levitation

I found this on the net and I thought it was hilarious, even if there is a cat in the video (I totally and utterly hate cats). This cat seems cute though.
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X'Mas Eve

Karmen thinks I'm handsome! I love you Karmen!

It's Christmas eve. In about a couple of hours, it's going to be Christmas. To all Christians out there, Merry Christmas to you and happy holidays to the rest. Hope you get all you'll Christmas wishes. Going for lunch at my cousin's place tomorrow, a yearly ritual, so that's going to be fun. She making me a turkey! Wooo hooo! Turkey. Turkey! Gobble gobble! (Reminds me of Radiance).

My maid's gone back, and I'm sad. I teared in the car, not going to be the same without her around. She's been with us for about 5 years now and she feels like a part of the family. I tell her everything, she's a good listener. Kak Ani, I'm going to miss you loads. Try to come back yeah? Sad, sad day.

Countdown: 6 more days
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Take that bitches! I passed my driving!


The examiner was God-sent. She was such a nice person, much better than the lady I got last week. I didn't even feel nervous with her in the car. I did a couple of mistakes without realising it, and she told me what I did wrong. If I ever meet her again, I would probably say thank you to her like a ga-zillion times. Although I passed, I'll officially get my license sometime this week, before my NS, so I don't have the driving pleasure of others. Aww well, at least I don't have to go through that hell again. Thank God it's all over.

P/S: I saw Michelle Leong there. Still the same old girl I used to remember in primary school. Good luck for your test girl!
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I just used my last RM20 and I'm officially broke. Anyone know any one-day jobs that are available right now? Maybe ushers for events or something? Or anything else? I can't take full time jobs cause I'm leaving next Sunday to Sabah, so some money would really help me out right now. You can contact me at:

03-62743871 / 016-3693477
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I'm leaving for NS in about 11 days from today, so if anyone has anything to tell me, now would be good. So yeah, going to miss all of you guys loads. Dinisha, Michelle, Joel, Ron Nard, Thira, and everyone else (I'm too lazy to mention names, sorry, but you know who you guys are la), I'm going to miss the crap out of you people. Three months in Sabah is going to change me physically and probably mentally, so prepare for some changes if there are any. Try not to have too much fun without me, right?
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NFS: Pro Street?

Does anyone know where to download the virus-free-full-version of Need for Speed: Pro Street? I need games bad, life as I know it is getting really boring, and well, please tell me where I can get this game on the net?

Me is desperate!
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Well, it happened. I failed on the road test. My track test went really well, but I failed the on the road thanks to the damn lady and thanks to the stop sign. I stopped after the stop sign, and that means that I am not following the road rules which then leads me to being a wreckless driver which then leads me to failing my test. And the lady was not friendly at all, near the school area, she asked me to drive fast, I want to check my mirror, she says "biarlah". What the hell man. So I failed, boo hoo. Resitting next week. Wish me luck, again.
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Stop dissing HINDRAF people! Don't you realise that what they're doing is so good? Don't you think it's time that the non-bumis stood up to earn their share of equal rights so that we are not treated like outsiders in our own country? What HINDRAF is trying to show is that the government better stop fucking with us or we'll do shit like the HINDRAF rally. Africa had the apertheid thing and it has been abolished, and our country is so "kolot" minded that the bumiputeras get all the benefits that is supposed to be shared among us all. They have more rights to everything compared to us, you name it, they got it. Education, politics, real estate, etc. We are treated like dog's poo, and it is about time that we make our move, like the HINDRAF rally. This peaceful march, was showered with tear gases and blasted with water cannons that contained chemicals and the participants did not retalliate untill the cops started hurling tear gas towards the crowd. If our country is such a democratic one, why should demonstrations like this be stopped? Shouldn't we have our say in what our country should be really like? I hope more demonstrations like this takes place, then I can join =). With the HINDRAF rally, the whole world knows how this country is being run. We need a change, and quick, for the betterment of the country and the people. It's a matter of time before a racial war erupts in our society and brings the country to shambles.
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Driving Test

Oh God, I have never been so nervous in my life. My practical examination for driving is tomorrow and I'm dead scared. Even SPM didn't scare me as much as this is now. My heart is racing at the thought of it. And I have strong feeling that I'm not going to do well, probably fail the test. And if I do, I think I will cry. So wish me luck, and hope I don't crash into some aunty that's trying to cross the road. *Smiles weakly*
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Mid Valley

Went to Mid Valley (MV) today (13th December) with Mich, Darsh and Kugs and we had a total blast having non-stop fun. I was at the station at 11 in the morning and the girls and Kugs came half an hour late, while I sat on the plastic chair looking at four trains go by. So once they got there, we talked and headed to MV. Once we got there, it was still pretty early and the movie was not until 2.50PM. So, the girls went shopping for clothes, and the Kugs and I followed. We went into MNG and there was a sale, and there were just heaps and heaps of girls in all corners of the store picking out their favourite clothes. I have never seen so many girls in one place before, there were lines to the fitting room and three lines to the cashiers. It was like a war, but a war which only girls participated in. All competing for the best outfit in the store. It took ages for Mich and Darsh to get into the fitting room, so Kugs and I went walking around, to the bank and then to Carrefour. After the girls were done not buying anything, we went to the Indian vegetarian restaurant, Annalakshmi for lunch. The food was awesome, but Darsh wasn't a big fan. It was really good, and at the end, we can pay for what we think the whole thing was worth and the money then all goes to the Temple of Fine Arts. Good food that, good food.

So after lunch, we went for our movie, I Am Legend. All I have to say, is that it was a bore fest. I was really upset with the movie, and I was expecting something really great from it. It's a Will Smith movie for crying out loud. Don't get me wrong, but I thought the storyline was awesome, but they did in a way that it was so boring. The movie was darn slow, action limited, mostly one character and a dog. I loved that dog by the way. The sad parts were sad, the action was all right. But they could had done so many things to it, but they didn't. If you like really slow moving movies, then knock yourself out with this one.

So after the movie, we went to the arcade and had some fun with Daytona USA. Haha, I sucked at it first because it was my first time using manual, and then I got a hang of it and I started rocking! I beat some strangers. Ahahahahaha! I'm good. The four of us had loads of fun, racing against each other. Never knew Daytona could be so fun. Then before we left, we had Baskin and Robins. I had Rum and Raisin and shared mine with Mich, and Darsh had Chocolate which she shared with Kugs. And I think after that ice cream, Mich was a bit high on the rum, she started talking crap, but then again doesn't she always. Then we headed home and the train was packed as ever. And when we got back to Kepong, Kugs walked back home, and my sister dropped Darsh and Mich back home. Fun day, with the people that make my life happening. Haha, well, maybe not happening, but my friends complete me. Thanks guys for the great day.

Here are some pictures Darsh took:

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Life Lessons

Always I thought my life to be far worse than others, always comparing myself to the so called better lifestyle of the people around me. But in the course of my life, no matter how short it may be, I have learnt that the lives of others hurt more than mine. So if you think life sucks, you have to stop, take a breath and look closely around and realise the fates of others. Why, you are luckier than most people if you're reading this. Don't compare your life to others', you have no idea what their journey is all about. It is the nature of humans to be jealous, to want more to make their lives more "complete". But don't complain, life isn't fair but it's still good. Think of all the good things that have come our way and embrace them instead of thinking long upon the horrible events that scars our lives. Don't bother being envious of others and then start to hate them because life is too short to waste time hating anyone. When a crisis comes your way, don't mope, frame every so-called disaster with these words, "In five years, will this matter?". Time heals almost everything, give time time. Don't let others take over your life. Lead your life as if you were a leading character in a movie and never bother about what people think about you for what other people think about you is none of your business. Know that all these are true, and all you need for your part is to follow these simple life lessons.

Thanks to Regina Brett from Cleveland, Ohio for these life lessons.
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If you are looking for movies to watch these holidays, I have the two right picks for you. Trust me, they are good movies. Firstly, The Kingdom, starring Jamie Foxx, Jen. Garner and a few other actors (Don't know their names -.-"). The plot of the story was awesome, it just blew me away. It was mainly about an investigation on a bombing crisis in Saudi Arabia, when things begin to go amok. Bloody, gruesome, touching, and packed with really good jokes and punch lines which makes you laugh hysterically. A must watch politcal/war/thriller/drama.

Another great movie I've watched recently has got to be Stardust. An fantasy action adventure movie that no one should miss. Although it may seem to be more for the kiddies compared to the adults, believe me, adults will have a different experiance with this one. I'm a huge Harry Potter fan and I love the books, but the movies always fails to impress me, and Stardust beats the Harry Potter movies flat. The story revolves around a fallen star, which happens to be a lady, and how the different parties of kings, witches and humans are looking for her only to find that their worlds are all about to collide. With air-pirates, swift sword battling and spells hit at all directions, this movie pleases the crowd to a whole new experiance.

These two movies are a must watch. And to Hindi movie lovers, Saawariya is also playing on big screen as well. Not a big fan of the movie. For one, the set was ridiculous and didn't bring out the feel of the movie and was too much singing (for a bollywood movie, there was a lot of singing than the usual). The story however was good, but the movie should have been done in a better way. Try it out though, different people have different opinions and do share them with me.
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Sunway Pyramid

It has been a while since I've written a decent, interesting post, so an update is obviously necessary. Since it's almost a week since SPM ended for me, a bunch of us decided to go wild on Friday (30th November). Initially, I had plans with a few people to check out this vegetarian place in Mid Valley called Annalakshmi, but thanks to a certain someone at the eleventh hour, we diverted to Sunway Pyramid to meet up with another big bunch of people which turned out to be pretty fun although there were times where it was just plain exasperating. I started my morning with a visit to the nearby Cyber Cafe and then headed down to the train station. On the way to Subang, a lot of shit happened, like for instance, Michelle suddenly decided that she was not going to talk to anyone through out the journey, so we ended up making her laugh like a sicko. When we got to Subang, we got on the Mini Bus which would then take us to Sunway Pyramid. The Mini Bus, to me, brought back nostalgic memories of the pink Mini Busses in KL, with the reckless drivers and the people who I remembered would be holding on for dear life as the bus would swerve in and out of traffic. Joy, I used to love riding the Mini Bus, I did. So, for 70 cents, we got a ride from the station to Sunway Pyramid.

When we arrived, Michelle had a sudden craving for waffles, so Michelle, Joel, Deepak, Ashwin and I headed to House of Waffles (or was it Waffle World? Can't remember -.-"). I had the chicken pasta but they ran out of spaghetti and replaced it with something else which was rather good. Joel got the Mamak Style Fried Spaghetti which made roadside food look more appealing. Having noodles in a Mamak shop would be much worth the money. Ashwin had Cabonara, which was too cheesy (literally), Deepak had the Pineapple Fried Rice and Michelle had a Blueberry Belgian Waffle. Joel's food came late and while waiting he was singing, "fry my mee, fry my mee" or something along that line. Going out with this group of people always makes me real happy inside. We have different points of views, but we all get along real well. I'm real glad, I have them as my friends.

After lunch, went Ice Skating and met up with the rest of the group. RM19, friggin' expensive, but we still went for it anyways. We had loads of fun, skating in circles and falling everywhere. I fell once in this puddle of water and there was a large wet patch on my butt. Damn cold the water some more. We were there for so long, a blister started to form on my leg, Joel's leg starting bleeding, Choon Yoong's started hurting, and then we eventually left the rink. After that, Choon Yoong wanted to go shopping for bra for someone. Five guys, a girl and a ladies lingerie department store in Jusco. So you can pretty much imagine what we were doing. Choosing the right bra at the right price, with all the other lady-undergarment-shoppers glancing at us with laser stares can be painful. After a long search and consideration, we decided not to get the bra at all. What a waste. All that for nothing. So after our failure of a bra hunt, we went bowling. 10 of us played, split into 2 groups and 2 lanes. Our team won of course, since we all quite pro (Sniggers with joy). Deepak sucked, always throwing the bowling balls into the gutter, Hock Soon had a big mouth but he sucked but proved himself in the final bowl. Ashwin also was in the same boat as Deepak and the rest of us were pretty good at playing. After defeating the oh-so-easy competition, we all decided to go home.

The train back home was horrible. We left at around 7 in the evening from Subang. The train from Subang to KL Sentral was alright and wasn't that crowded. But we soon realised that we were about to step into the hot gates of Hell as we had to change trains at KL Sentral. Peak hours are not the right time to travel with public transportation. The platform was so crowded, we could hardly breathe, there were so many people waiting for the train, and people were pushing against each other a lot. As the train came to a halt at the platform, everyone rushed into the train carriage without mercy (Malaysians, understand please). I don't think I had such a bad experiance on a train as what I had that day. It was so crowded and it felt like a compact can of tuna. I could have sworn someone was fondling my booty-licious butt. I was sweating profusely and it felt worse than a sauna. The train was a hot house, and what's more, they decided to shut down the air-conditioning. Thank God for the lady next to me, God-sent. She was carrying flowers and it smelt so good, I didn't have to smell the natural odours of the other human beings cramped around me. As the train taxied to the platform at the Kepong station, and as the doors slide open, a gust of cold wind came hit my face, like a bucket of cold water, and it was the best feeling ever. I really appreciated Malaysian wheather at that particular moment. I was so relieved I got out of that hell hole. So after that, a couple of us headed to the Mamak restaurant for dinner and we went back home.

My legs hurts so bad now, I think I could amputate em'. My sister just returned from Australia a couple of hours ago, and I'm so happy that she got me the stuff I requested. I love her, =).

P/S: Never ever take public transportation in Malaysia during peak hours, unless you want a free bath.
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Class T-Shirt

My class T-Shirt has finally arrived. Visioned by me, and designed by my good friend Chan Jia Myn. I love you girl for helping me! Made her go through hell with the design, with constant changes till at last I was happy. I sent it in and it's finally here! Wooo hoo! Here are a few pictures of the T-Shirt on my favourite model and friend, Darshanaa!

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The Beginning

Well, with an end this early in life, there has to be a new beginning somewhere. I can't tell you what it is just yet, but I'm so excited, I feel like I'm having an orgasm. Haha. This is great, but there is still the answer. It could either bring a start of something new (I've had one too many High School Musical movies watched) or it could bring another bitter end.
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The End Pt 2

I'm sorry, but I just can't seem to stop blogging about my examinations. I see a bleak future ahead of me, and I doubt I can do anything to change that awful fact. What I have done not only brings my hopes and dreams further away from me, but it also upsets the people around me like family and also friends. I try not to be the person I am, but the harder I try to become a changed person, the worse I become, and I just don't understand it. I care for the things that brings less joy to my life, but I couldn't care less about things that would decide my future. And I can't help but wonder, why? Is it because of my upbringing? Have my parents not been too strict in "handling" me? But I have to say, I'm lucky that I have the two people I call my parents, better than any other, but I sometimes don't appreciate them enough, I tend to be rude, demanding, rebellious and the things I do could make them upset. I don't want to be that person, although I am. I know my SPM results are not going to be great, and I'm probably going to upset plenty of people, but I can't do anything to change that fact, not now at least. As I will be attending form 6 after this, I plan to start my life fresh, leaving the devil's whispers behind and not be tempted to do things that I shouldn't be doing. If all goes well, everything will change and I hope it will be for the better reasons and not the worse.

P/S: Emo-ed day. Biology tomorrow, and I am dubious about the results.
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It's coming to an end. One more day of examinations, and I swear I will never blog about my exams ever again. I have finished my Chemistry, Additional Mathematics, Physics and Moral and I have to say, out of the four, I could most probably fail my additional mathematics and my chemistry. For one reason, I never touched a book, and for another, these are the two worst subjects I really despise. So, you really can't blame me. And after Monday, I'm going to go mad, not that I'm not mad as it is, but I'm just going to go berserk with friends, probably watch a movie, and stuff. And I start driving on Wednesday, and I really hope that I get to finish it all by the end of this month before I leave for National Service. Monday is going to be a fun day.
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Tough Week

The week of five hells are going to begin (Four actually, Moral isn't hell) and after that it's all going to be over, no more exams, no more nothing. It will be just me, my friends and everything else that matters. It's hard to imagine, that five years of my highschool life is coming to an end in exactly a weeks time. This overwhelming feeling of joy and sorrow showers me, that I sometimes wonder, what is my life going to be like after all of this? Am I going to make it? Am I going to be the person I yearn to be? And the only answers are held with God. So, I guess, it's just about taking the oppurtunites that will come our way, may it bring good or bad. I know I have wasted these pass two years of my life, but I sometimes wonder, would it be worth it all if I studied? It might have been. I chose to lead this life by making mistakes, and when I'm blown to the ground the hard way, I learn not to do the same things better. Remember that no one is perfect, that no one has led their lives making the right decisions all the time. Even the richest person in the world wouldn't be where he/she was today if not for all the mistakes he/she had done in his past. I'm only human, and even if my mistakes may look like a sin to others, it was my decision that I wanted to do, for if I didn't would I have learnt?

P/S: My cousins and sister said that I was going to be sodomized in Sabah and that I would come home "kangkang-ing" =)
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National Service

As you all very well know, I have been the few that were chosen to join the National Service of the 2008 year, and I have finally found out which camp they're placing me in. They're placing me in Sabah! Yeah baby! It has been one of the places that I wanted to go to, and I got it. So yeah, I'm leaving on the 30th of December for 3 whole months. I hope I have a real blast! Muahhaha! Sabah! The Orang Utans! The aboriginals! I'm going to experience it all in Sabah!

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What we do During SPM Week.

So what do you do when you're having SPM, and you have so much of stress in you? Go to the park of course. Go to the park at 1 in the morning. Here's a couple of videos.

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Well, my maths exams were not as easy as it was supposed to be. Did a number of careless mistakes in first paper due to the lack of concentration and also because I was sort of rushing through the paper. For instance, I counted out 6 numbers but in my answer I wrote 5. Sometimes the things that goes through my oblivious and shallow head really make me wonder. My paper two was okay I suppose, but I messed up the description of the transformations and also the probability question. I put my hopes up too high for Maths, and it nearly almost came crashing to the ground. Awh, well...

Having a break tomorrow before Friday's paper, EST. Hope to get some good rest and some studying done for my Additional Maths paper, Moral as well as the sciences. May God be with me in the times of my dire need.

Joel: Al Barkath (ROFL)
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Gone Baby Gone

I think I just failed God-Damned Sejarah! Awh, well....
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30 Hours to Go

In about 30 hours from the time I'm writing this post, I will be sitting for my SPM examinations and as always, not prepared at all. So the subjects that I'm weak at, it's up to God to decide my faith right now, and a little luck goes a long way, so I need all the luck in world to help me get through the next 14 days of hell. To any fifth former reading this, good luck to you in your SPM, and God bless.
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Time to Part

Monday will be officially the last day of school for the fifth formers (not including the examination days), so I have a mixed feeling of extreme happiness and a little bit of sorrow. For one thing, I will not have to wake up early in the morning anymore to get to school (unless I take STPM), won't have to wear the lame ass uniform, and won't have to put up with all the crap that the teachers give us. But the sad part will definitely be not seeing my friends anymore, although we will definitely meet up after our exams, it won't be quite the same anymore. 5 years in high school is going to be over soon and it feel like I just stepped into my teen-hood. But all good things have to come to an end at some point. So in rememberence of my classmates, below is our final picture from the school yearbook.

And I think this is the best picture of me so far, in all my class pictures I mean.
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My Friendster profile. You've got to love it.

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Indian Thriller

So I was blog surfing and I found a link to a video in youtube. It was a Tamil song but they provided English subtitles to what the were singing, like what it would have sounded like in English, without changing anything. The video is below, watch it if you don't get me.

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Friendster or Facebook?

So I'm in a bit of a dilemma right now, which is better, Friendster or Facebook? Any comments about both the "friend search engines"? I've just created a Facebook account, and I think it's all right, but I'm more into Friendster, so I suppose I'll just keep both.
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Random Once More

When you care/think about something so much, you just end up not bothering about it, because thinking about it will only make it harder to handle, but without thinking about it, won't it make me unprepared to face it?

So what should a person really do?
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Different Sexual Orientation

Gays and lesbians (let's add bisexuals & transvestites in here as well). Are they born to be what they are? Or do they choose their sexual orientation? Or are they just plain influenced? I believe that all of these things are an important factor in a persons sexual orientation. And why is that half the community do not accept these kind of people? Are they really any different than any of us? Just because they like the people of the same sex, we alienate them? Me, personally, I don't judge people by their sexual orientation, instead I look for what's important on the inside. My best friend(Ron Nard) told me he was gay last year, and I never discouraged him, always supported him. I do make fun of him sometimes, but I don't discriminate. He's a hell of a character and a really good guy, although he can be a real jack at some points. Some people didn't talk to him for a while, just because he was gay, but they got over it. So, back to the main topic. Why are they the way they are?

Mainly, I think it is because they choose to be what they are. There are people who just decided to be gay, because they like the lifestyle, etc. But some, they had always known they were different from a young age, and this develops through out. There are also influences from others, trying to "convert" people into becoming gay. But being gay does not make them different at all. They are still humans, who have different likings, and which I think is not wrong. No offence, but Christianity and all religions that state that being gay is wrong sounds rather silly. God made people to be who they are, if he was against the gay community, why did he have to create them in such a way? Why not just make them straight? Do you think the transvestites choose to be that way? They were born that way? Why? In Science, yes, we can explain it through the studies of chromosomes and genetics, but in the religious context, why did God make a person to be in such a way? He loves all doesn't He? Then why make people that are different? Doesn't it sound silly? So did God make the gays for the fun of it? To all the gays reading this, be strong in your religion, but stick to who you are, God will still love you, even if you're gay/lesbian/straight/etc.

The bi people on the other hand, I think they're just confused. They love women and men at the same time, and do not no how to control their feelings. In America, research shows, that (I can't remember the statistics) some men who are married are usually bi and lead a secret life. I pity the bisexuals, because they themselves do not know who they are. They want to be cleat about themselves but they really don't know how. Some of them, are probably gay, and choose to marry a woman just to be accepted in the eyes of others.

Well, the point is, no one should discriminate anyone else who are of different sexual orientation. Try to understand them, and the things they are going through in life. I know for a fact, from my friend, that being accepted is quite difficult. Why should we alienate them? They are no different than us, they just like different things.

P/S: I'm not gay.
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I finally finished the damn 6 hours of that stupid practical thing for driving. So this pretty much means that I'm getting my L license in another 2 days or so. Unfortunately, only taking my P in december. So, yeah, so I'm studying for SPM. 14 days to go. Aih.

Well, I uploaded another roller coaster into youtube. A Stormrunner roller coaster called the Mountain Racer. Check it out below.

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Random-Ness, Stuff about Football, SPM, School, Cats, Kites and Steamboat

My posts have always been about me and my "problems". Sorry to people who think that all I care about in this world is solely about me when it really isn't. It's just that I have so many things I want to express, and really think this is the best place to do so. So bare with me till I get some topics of interest.

Well, okay, so as usual, in many posts before this, I can be seen as a person who just complains about the "imperfections" of his life, when in truth, there should be nothing he should really be complaining about. This is normal I think? Most of my friends that I know are very fortunate for what they get, etc, etc, but there is no one out there that is perfect is there? What I'm trying to say is, no matter how a person may think about his current situation, given bad or good, wants to have the extra something in his/her life? Correct me if I'm wrong here. So, basicly, I'm very fortunate for what I have been given by God, but there is always something that I want or something that I'm complaning about. So is this a good thing? I have no idea what the point of this paragraph is, so, yeah, uh, hmm. Next.

On Friday, we had PJ in class, and the guys played football. They wanted me to play and I declined. To those who don't know, I hate playing football. Is it because I can't play? Well, yeah, and also, I ain't that interested in the game. So yes, I am "the" guy that hates to play football. And this doesn't make me a sissy, etc. I just don't play football. What is there to understand. I can't play the game, and I don't want to play the game. So why force am I right? Was rather annoyed, so I sat in the corner watching the game. Here's another thing, playing and watching football are two different things altogether. I like watching football on the tele, but not often. Why is that when guys talk, somehow or another, football will be one of the topics under heated discussion? In my class for instance, all of them love football and talk about football all the time, well, except for me. Just never had the interest I guess. So don't bug me with football.

Hmm, SPM is coming soon, and as I have said numerous times before, I'm dead. I've started picking up playing the guitar at the wrong time and I've been doing more playing than ever. Studying never seems to be on my list. Well, I know I'm not going to do that well and I told my cousin this, and she told me it doesn't matter if I don't do well, as long I've tried my best. But is this the best I can do? I do agree with her and I'm going to do as much as I can. Praying for another miracle, like what happened in PMR, I might get the measles this time (last time I had the chicken pox).

So let's talk about today. Got up at 7.20AM and realised that I had school in another 5 minutes. A schooling day on a Saturday, how boring. A replacement for some Hari Raya holiday. Went to school late and saw a group of students sitting in the assembly ground and realised that was all the people that turned up that day. There was so little people. 5A to 5E shared one class, so you can imagine. 7 people from 40 turned up from my class. Such a boring day. Pn Teh gave me and Singh her laptop. I had to give her songs from High School Muscial 2 for her son. Then we used her laptop to watch American Pie 4: Band Camp. Overall my day sucked. Left school early a bit, went to the cyber cafe to see what Joel was up to, and then came home. So here's the thing, something happened at home. Like a week ago, a cat had given birth to 3 kittens in my backyard. So, the mother cat had not been around for 2 days and I think it wasn't going to return. So my sister, her friend and I, tried giving the kittens milk. But it didn't want to drink, and we decided to send it to SPCA. When we got there, we were told some terrible news. They told us that the kittens had chances of less than 10% to survive and that the best thing to do was to put the kittens to sleep instead of making it suffer before dying. I know I killed a cat a long time ago, but this was different. I'm not that person anymore I think. And these were just new born kittens and I was kind of upset. The lady at SPCA told us that what we did was a good thing, and we shouldn't regret it. She said, it would be difficult to care for the kittens, for it would need to be fed every 4 hours or so and some other things that they couldn't do without a mother. It was kind of sad, leaving that place, leaving the kittens to die. They couldn't even see yet and they would be leaving this world. Believe me, I'm tearing writing this. My sister told me it would repay the karma I did to the cat I killed. But what is the point? These small things are dead too in the end. Life can be really cruel in really unexpected ways, don't you think?

So after that, we came home, and decided to have a little fun. So we got a kite, went to Manjalara Park and tried flying it, only getting it stuck in all the trees around the park. People all were looking and laughing at us, but who the hell cares? So we went to the park in front of school, and we tried and tried and tried, but the damn kite didn't want to stay in the air. It was fun. After that went for vegetarian steamboat, which was rather delicious. And now, I'm really full and writing this blog telling you random things, stuff about football, SPM, school, cats, kites and steamboat. So wait till the next blog.
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Blargh! Things are just so complicated. 20 something more days to SPM. Saw Dinisha's blog a moment ago, and she seems in love with SPM, drawing pictures of "heart SPM". Well, I don't know if everyone is going through this or not, but I am going through the phase of being so scared of SPM that I don't really care anymore. Make sense? I want good grades for SPM, but with 20++ days, ummm, with divine intervention, that could probably happen (unlikely). I haven't done anything productful this Raya break, been pretty much sleeping, eating with friends at night, etc, etc. Did a bit of studying, a great achievement coming from me, but it wasn't great, I don't think anything went into my head. I went to Joel's house the other day and helped him out in tuning his guitar. He played You and Me by Lifehouse, and somehow after that, I just wanted to start playing the guitar again. So when I went home, I took my guitar down (2 strings have snapped), and started playing Yankee Doodle (the only song I could remember from my classes 2 years ago). Then I went online and learnt how to play Animal Instinct by The Cranberries. Could play the song, but I can't change to the D chord, it is rather annoying. So when I asked my mom yesterday, can I get the 2 strings for my guitar? She said no, because SPM too near. What the hell? Yeah it's true la, SPM is getting nearer. My mom just woke up(like 10 seconds ago) and said what are you doing? I said I was blogging, and she asked me to stop and go study. What's wrong with me la? Why can't I just sit and study? The only thing I hate about my life is the part of how DUMB I am. Couldn't I been born smart or something? SPM is damn troublesome. But it's something I have to do and can't avoid. And what's more, I think I'm headed for STPM. Some people have got scholarships and why can't I get them? It's because I'm too lazy. I know I have this lame ass quality in me, nonetheless, I don't seem to be doing anything about it. I have to face my fears at last, SPM, the final battle (not really, there's still STPM which I don't want to do). I'm starting to sound corny and I need to do some studying if I can.

P/S: The new display picture was really taken a while ago. I think it was like when I was 14/15. I got the wig for a themed event and I use it for all themed events now. It was something I just had to get, once in a lifetime kind of thing. And it's fun. LOL!
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Funny Advertisements

I was on youtube checking out some videos and I decided to look up Petronas television ads. I have to say among all the ads they make for festive seasons, the best ads are the Deepavali ones. So as I was watching all the videos, I found the two most hilarious Deepavali ads by Petronas. Salute Petronas for their creativity! And this is why I love being an Indian! Hope they continue making great ads always.

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In the words of Joel:

"i passed i passed i passed i passed i passed!"

So okay. It was just the undang exam and I tell you, I was nervous as hell in the morning. I got up around 7-ish and started doing the practice on my computer. Semangat gila. Then after like a few times of doing some of the questions, had my bath and my mom drove me to the drving school. Then they arranged trasnport to send and pick me up from the examination center somewhere along Jalan Ipoh. Got there around 10-ish, registered. Quite a number of people, since it is a Sunday morning. Some people came out sad, because they failed, and this made my head go berserk. What if I fail? Die la, mom going to kill me, and I don't think I will ever get to see my license ever again! Argh! Then I took my picture and after that they sent me into the room with all the computers and I was placed at terminal 5. And so I began doing the test. I told myself, Please dumbass, take your time when doing this. This is not like the practice at home. If wrong cannot do over! So I slowly (actually it was fast la, but slower than usual) did the questions, and made sure I checked the colour blind answers properly. Then I proceeded to the 50 questions and answered them as best as I could. I thought gone la, sure like five mistakes or something. After doing the test, had to collect the results from the counter. My results were like soooooo awesome. 50/50! Hahahahahah! I really love myself! The guy at the counter also said, "Damn good la you". Naturally talented aren't I? The fellow that took me to that place also got a shock. He said he had never seen anyone with full marks before. Damn happy man, I passed my undang, then I have to go for my bengkel amali also, maybe this week, or the week after. So yes, one step closer to my license!
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Shit la! Damn scared, my Undang-undang Jalan Raya test is later this morning! Scared like shit! Wish me luck! Pffffftttt!
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Smart Asses

In an examination, what do people do if somehow, they just can't seem to get a question right? What would desperation lead too? Would they just omitt the question and proceed to the next or in dire need of an answer, write something no matter how silly? Take me for instance, during my physics exam:

Question: What is the meaning of half-life?
Answer: It is a computer game.

Okay, so I didn't know the answer to that question, call me dumb. I was just too desperate for an answer so I wrote the first thing that came into my mind. I knew my teacher wouldn't mind, he's a dumbass. Would probably take him years to realise it was meant to be a joke. Well, at least I'm not as bad as these people, or am I?

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Beyonce! Noooo!

Beyonce is coming to town, Beyonce is coming to town! We're gonna party! NOT ANYMORE WE'RE NOT! Beyonce cancelled her concert in Malaysia because this country is just too fucked up! Here is the reason:

An up-coming Beyonce concert in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia has been cancelled amidst protests by local Muslim groups Billboard reports.

The groups are said to be upset that Beyonce has refused to obey the country's strict dress code for performers.

The promoter of the November 1st concert, Pineapple Concert, did not give a reason for the cancellation in a statement issued Friday (September 28).

Female performers are not allowed to show skin from the tops of their chests to their knees.

An August Gwen Stefani concert was preceded by protests for the same reason. Stefani reluctantly abided by the guidelines, saying in a press conference before the show that she had made a "major sacrifice."

And this is why I won't be able to see Beyonce! I really hate this country sometimes! Arghhhh!
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'L' License

So I signed up for driving in a school somewhere near Taman Sri Sinar on Monday. I don't know if I should have done it or not, since exams are soooooooooooooo awfully near. Anyways, I did. Had my 5 hour long kursus yesterday, which was totally dumb, I have to say. The guy was so long-winded and he really didn't know when to stop. He didn't even finish teaching the whole thing. I want my 5 hours back, can actually use it for sleeping. Well, now I'm deciding when to take my test. Most probably Sunday, and then after that if I pass, do the 6 hours of the bengkel amali and the I'll have my 'L' license! Yeah. Undang exam, bengkel amali, SPM, 'P'! I love my life.
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Darling Kui San!

Today is Kui San and Jeaneatte's birthday! Have a great one you guys. By the way, have a look at this conversation with Kui San and I. ROFL!

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OK la. My last post for the day. I thought of this before I went to bed, and it struck me how idiotic people are becoming in the online world. Since the birth of messaging systems like MSN and Yahoo, internet users have formed abbreviations for a lot of words to make typing easier and faster. For example:

u = you
wtf = what the fuck
lol = laugh out loud
wht/wad = what
omg = oh my god
d = already
2 = to/too/two

And so on........

There is only one that has made me go pretty much bonkers recently. The human race has come to it's ultimate low with this abbreviation.

The word, chillax. The meaning, chill + relax.

What the hell is chillax? Chill with a climax? What the fuck man? Apperently it's chill and relax. Is the fucking human race getting more idiotic as we speak? Do the people who use this word really know how to use it? Do they know that when you ask someone to chill, you're asking them to relax and vice versa? Do you people know English? You guys are worse than the Japanese, man! You guys make the aboriginals look smart. You people are an insult to the human race and an insult to the English speaking world. Those of you who use chillax should be crucified! We're fucking Malaysians, not some blady fools and "lalas". Learn English please. I can teach, for free, just to make you people shut up. Stop using chillax! It is not right, because it's utterly stupid!
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Friends that Last.

It's 4 in the morning, and I can't stop blogging now. Damn! Thanks a lot Dinisha!

So I decided to write a list of my close friends that I have, and maybe a bit of something about em' as well. Please don't judge my friends. Don't say their wierd, only I have the right to say that about them, do all you want behind my back. So here goes:

Ron Nard - He's gay, so what? He was my good friend before I found out and there is no reason for me to stop being his good friend. Till the end, Ronnie! *looks at the not-so-distant-future*

Dinisha - Haha, Dini. My poser friend. As vain as she may be, she's a good girl. Always there in times of need, my shoulder to lean on. Stop touching me though, it's getting rather disturbing. Thanks for being there for me Dini, it means a lot.

Joel - This guy, aiyo. Speechless. Funny and loves to pluck my nerves. Jovial and oh so vain. I should throw him off his apartment building sometime. Funny guy to hang around with.

Darshanaa - Another part of my life. We have our ups and downs, which only brings us closer, no matter how annoying she or I can be. She's one crazy biatch, who does a lot of crazy things! Will always be there, Darsh, I hope.

Michelle - Hmm. My first sweetheart, which I have to say I blew considerably well, what a regret I have. Now, we're just best of friends. You are also always there for me Michi and I mean always. You call to check up on me which I think is really sweet of you. You always make my day! Thanks for brightening up my life.

Wan Ying - I've spoken to you less this year, but nonetheless, you also play an important part of my life as my friend. I can always talk to her and I know she can keep secrets. My trusted friend. You need to loosen up a bit though, you're always in books.

Thira - Haha. I know I can talk to you, even if you do talk a lot of crap. You're one funny person with a really spontaneous mind. I like the way you quickly think and your jokes almost gets me all the time. One of my fellow backbenchers! You need a life though, hahaha!

Ashwin - The blur one. Had a lot of fond moments with you. You're one funny guy, but the things you say tend to sound rude. Not to me of course, to other people, I know that you're just kidding around. We should really hang out more after this, and really get mischevious.

Jia Myn - The graphic designer freak. Helps me out always when I need some graphics done. She too can be talked to. She's fun, but I feel she lacks the confidence to reach people. She's unique though, someone I might not meet ever again. Don't lose touch with me, ya?

Nirusha - She helps me out emotionally. She talks to me, always cheers me up and is one ball of fun. You're a great dancer.

Aarthi - *Refer to older sister, Nirusha* I'll slap you if you don't talk to me after I leave school.

Livishanti - She also one crazy girl. Loves to dance with Niru and the gang. Fun to talk to and very lovable.

Venga - You remember your dance promise to me, Venga? She's one big fun person, literally. Always love to irritate her because it's fun to see her angry. Hahaha. Venga, classic! Love you darling!

Fua - Sorry for all the shit things I did to you in primary school man. I was a HUGE pain. Still am I think =) Always fun hanging with you and the gang. Funny guy!

PK (Puk Kok Mun) - Haha. Mr. Blur. Always us guys in the mamak. Part of my funny crew. He thought E was enough and F was Finish for the petrol meter in the car! ROFL!

Jane - Jane, you're wonderful person. Bubbly and cheerful. You are a HOT dancer, I love the way you move.

Radiance - Radiance, always smiling, always optimistic. Fun to hang with you cause you're always happy!

Choi Mun - Choi Mun, my shorty girl! I want you to take care of your health and I think you are a wonderful person.

Samantha - Samantha, you were my form 1 friend. I always thought you were nice and fun! Don't ever change please!

Kui San - Another shorty whom I love a lot. Always bubbly and always talks crap. Really, crap. You're just fun to hang and talk to.

Karmen - Haha. Teddy bear girl. Loved you more when you said I had abs! Hahaha! You are one heck of a character.

Fan Wai - My smart wife! Love you darling. You're damn smart. You're fun and nice to chat with. Always talk crap also la you. =)

Paik Fang - My pinchy girl! I love pinching your cheeks! You also damn fun to talk to la, we always talk crap together. I'm gonna miss you Pyak!

Ravind - Your arrogance makes the real you unshine. Other than that, you're a fun person. I wonder where the standard 6 boy has gone?

So these are the people that have played a significant role in making my life a much happier one, a much more meaningful one. How long can these people be a part of my life? Till after school? College? Till death? What then? What will I have? You'll always be in my heart guys!

A little poem to my friends:

GOD knew that everyone needs
Companionship and cheer,
He knew that people need someone
Whose thoughts are always near.

He knew they need someone kind
To lend a helping hand.
Someone to gladly take the time
To care and understand.

GOD knew that we all need someone
To share each happy day,
To be a source of courage
When troubles come our way.

Someone to be true to us,
Whether near or far apart.
Someone whose love we'll always
Hold and treasure in our hearts.

That's Why GOD Gave Us Friends!
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Need Help!

Fine. I will blog again. Just once more can't really hurt can it? Trust me, I am not happy about this. The only reason I wanted to stop blogging was because I thought if I could spend so much time on a post for my blog, why can't I just use that time to actually study something. Argh. Annoying. Well, anyways, I'm blogging!

I have run out of ideas on what to write. So here goes nothing. Well, lets start of with the fact that I've been constantly falling ill for the past month. High temperature fevers, cough, blah-di-blah-di-blah. Then the other day had migrain (probably from studying a chapter of sejarah *groans with anguish*) which pretty much lasted for 12 hours and I puked in school twice. Oh, joy for the sick kid!

So, exams are going to start in a little over a month or so and I dread the day I enter the hall for my examinations. Totally not prepared, as always. I think I have less than 10 days of exams and two years of shit that I have to cram into my little hollolw head which is really filled with nothing but the air of stupidity. If there were a way to get to those examination papers, trust me I would, and I would probably burn it all up till they turn to ash. I wanted to study just now, but I ended up reading 5 issues of Galaxie magazines instead. What the hell man? I'm probably never going to get good results, so....... And I've just realised something, I have a lot of posts about SPM. Wow, this is my biggest problem. Argh.

Oh, yes. I've realised my English capabilities are not that great anymore. Many people have improved and it's kind of scary. So I think it's time to step it up a notch. I need ENGLISH!

I need professional help. =)
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So I finally cracked. Had a terrible night on Tuesday. Made my dad angry and he went berserk. Plate of fried maggi mee went flying down the stairs. A mug shattered, my computer screen nearly broke, his spectacles went whizzing in the air and he pretty much said some hurting stuff. Haven't spoken to him since. Then in school today (Wednesday), he decided to show up and complained to my class teacher, which I thought was rather pathetic. If a father can't control his own son, what can other people do? Then I think he gave Ms. Tang (my class teacher) my sister's number and she gave my sister a ring. So when my sister came back from work, she sort of gave me a pep talk and made up this ridiculous time table which starts today and which I have to follow. This is something good I suppose, since I suck in my studies. And the bad news, dear readers, I don't think there is going to be another blog post from me till after SPM, which is rather depressing. I think my sister is planning to unplug the modem tomorrow morning, so no more internet for me. I am supposed to be studying now actually, but I decided a blog post would be the appropriate thing to do. Loop holes are always nice aren't they? Oh yeah, I also decided to puasa today, just for fun, a one day thing. I "tutup" puasa at 8 o' clock, 3 hours later than the right time and "buka" puasa at 10 o' clock in the night. The feeling in school was terrible, everyone eating, and you standing there and looking at them eat. Then after school, I accidentally drank water from my tumbler without me realising, and I am being totally serious. It was an accident, so I took that as saliva. Lol.

So I guess that pretty much wraps up the last blog from me till the month of November, I might update again, you never know, if I have the chance that is, so make sure to always come back to have a peak. Toodles till November to all my sweet readers.
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Crazy Britney Fan

Was watching E! News today on Astro and I just saw the weirdest thing ever. They were talking about a Britney Spears fan. It was a guy (His name is Chris Crocker), and he was crying his eyes out on youtube shouting "LEAVE BRITNEY ALONE". So I went to check it out and I thought it was really retarded and sort of disturbing. There was also a video of him dancing and singing to Britney's new song, Give Me More. Nothing can get more bizzare than this. Below are the 2 videos of Chris Crocker:


Get a life retard!

He is just one weird person. He's probably gay and loves Britney. Who really likes Britney anyway? My mom wouldn't listen to Britney, she might disown me. Britney sucks, Chris Crocker sucks too. Someone should burn Chris Crocker at the stake for liking Britney. Britney's a bitch! Muahahahah!
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The Man in the Big Red Bird Suit

I found this video of me in my big red bird suit for Hari Sukan 2007 in my sister's camera. This was someting I wanted to do since I was in form 2 I think, and I finally had the chance to fulfill my dreams at last this year, no matter how embarassing it may seem. The marching was like crap, but I made them win for their march because of my costume! Muahahahhah! And my sister called me an idiot, T_T. Here I am in a big red bird suit.

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Music: The Inspirational Joy

In the years of my life, I have acquired different likings toward music. From rock to RnB, to funk and jazz. But the stuff I like isn't nesessary the stuff anyone else would like. I have the sudden interest for new age music, music that makes me relax and just take things easy. For instance, Laliya. They play the most awesome new age music that I've heard in a very long time. Their music is really very uplifting and touches the soul (if and only if you can appreciate these kind of music). Now I've come across Mika. I've been really addicted to one of his songs, Love Today, which they keep playing on Star World on Astro. The beat to the song, the lyrics and just about everything about it has that joyous tune to it, that just makes you happy all the time. That's what his songs are all about.

I've also discovered Jamiroquai recently, an artist from the 90's. He's songs are really nice, with the jazz and funk influence in it. Have a listen and tell me what you think.

Music: The Inspirational Joy to my life.
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Did anyone realise what date it was yesterday? September the 11th. 9/11? Ring any bells. It's been 6 years since the attack on the World Trade Centers in America. It feels like it was only just yesterday that I heard the news of two planes hitting skyscrapers in New York city. Being only 11 years old, I didn't think much of it. But as time went on, I came to realise that so many innocent people had perished in those attacks. Not only the people in the towers, but also in the airplanes. Could any possibly know what those people were feeling seconds before death? So many people lost their loved ones in the attack. Why are these religious fanatics so stupid? They are doing everything that is against what they believe in. Will anyone get closer to God by killing people? This act of terrorism is ridiculous. I would be devastated if any of my family members or even friends had died in the attack. If you are reading this, please take a moment or two to pray for those who lost their lives in those attacks. Below is a video, in rememberance of the day that America would never be the same again.

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Blah! I decided to be random for once. The other day, while I was eating KFC, a thought popped into my head. It was something like this : Damn! People eat chicken almost everyday in every part of the world. Is the chicken population higher than that of the population of humans? If so, where do all these God Damn chickens come from? I am totally serious. How many chickens are out there? Are they in hiding or something? Are there Brazilian chickens? Which came first anyways? The chicken or the egg? Can't be the chicken, it has to come from the egg right? Can't be the egg too, who laid the damn egg? Oh a dilemma!

And this is me being random.

Mood: What the?
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A friend told me that my last entry came out to be emo. But that's the truth. I thought some of the people I knew had really good lives, until they tried to take their own lives. It just comes to show how much you truly know about a person. I don't want this post to turn out emo too, so I think I'll divert to another topic.

I was over at Ron Nard's house on Saturday night with Joel and his brother, Daniel. We were so bored, we decided to play Monopoly. Not just any Monopoly. The new and improved version of it where instead of using paper money notes, you use a credit card. Yes, you heard right, a credit card. So each time you play, you get your own card with 15 Million already in it. So there is a machine thing that comes with the game where you just slide your card and key in the appropriate numbers to either subtract or add to your total. It was fun, until I was the first person to get bankrupt. Joy!

Then after Monopoly we played Taboo, the game of unspeakable fun. This is game of teams where a person has to try to make his team mate to guess as many words on little cards without saying the word out loud or certain words that could be related to it. Tough game, but hilarious. How would you explain "Mascara" to your friend without saying the actual word and words related to it like "eyes", "colour" and etc. I told Joel, my team mate for that round, The thing that makes girls look like sluts. Hahahaha, sorry girls, I just didn't know what to say. It was like the first thing that came to my head.

After that we went mamak and had a quick game of fusball and pool and Hide before returning home. Fun night, can't wait to do it more often.
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I asked a friend of mine about what she thought about my life out of curiousity the other day and she said my life seemed to her to be almost perfect. Always happy, never having any problem, etc, etc. Why? You may be my best friend, but what makes you think that my life is better than yours? Do you really now what it's like to be living my life? I may seem happy go lucky all the time, but could it have occured to anyone that that could just be a mask covering up what I really feel inside? Don't think my life is full of daisies all the time. It could be just the opposite. I know my life is way better than a lot of people out there, but yeah, I have my own problems to handle, problems I am not willing to share with people. There are many things going on in my little head that I want to fix, but I don't have a clue to know where to begin. I have problems, but I have a great life to hide them. My point: Don't you ever think for one second that I have a better life than you.

Mood: Frustrated
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Rough Week

I pretty much had a rough week going on for me this time around. I had my Moral paper on Monday which I really wasn't in the mood for. In the midst of doing my paper, I had stomach ache, head ache and a nauseating feeling. I even managed to nap for about 15 minutes or so. I'm pretty much toast for my Moral exam. That night at home I had fever and began to burn up throughout the night. Try feeling extremely cold and hot at the same time, it wasn't nice. I ended up not going to school for a 2 days, which turned out okay because my mom NEVER lets me skip school, not even once. Then on Wednesday, I was sitting in front of my computer, just surfing the net, the phone rang. I picked it up on the first ring and I heard my class teacher's voice on the other end. What would she have thought? Me, picking up the phone (on the first ring) when I'm sick. She was really concerned about me though, she thought I had dengue or something. Then today when I went back to school, people were like "what happened to you" and stuff like that. Got back a few of my results. I nearly failed my add maths and got 3A's for English, EST and Maths. It's okay I guess, but I really need to fight tooth and nail to get better results than this. It's only another 3 months, that's it, unless you put NS into consideration. T_T
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Merdeka Weekend

So, I haven't updated my blog the past couple of days. That's because I've been on vacation in Port Dickson (PD) during the Merdeka weekend. I just came back today (Sunday) and I've decided to update my blog with a couple of pictures I took. Correction, my sister took.

Day 1
I left on Thursday afternoon and was able to skip Ms Lee's tuition. Oh, joy! So we left around 3-ish and got there around 5.30PM. The hotel we stayed in, Goaman, was indeed nice. The rooms and everything else was really cool. The rest of my relatives then started pouring in through out the day. It's fun to get to hang out with family, "mengeratkan hubungan antara ahli keluarga"(I have a Moral test tomorrow okay?). We headed down to the bar(Poison Rose, it was called) in the night, to celebrate my cousin's birthday. Had loads of fun, sitting by the beach, listening to the live band playing and having drinks. Sadly, no alcohol for me. Was sick and couldn't take anything cold. So I was pretty much looking at everyone drinking. But no worries, life goes on without the booz. Here are some pics from that night.

My sister and I (the one with the big head)

Both my cousins and my aunt

Cousin(Can't see his face) and nephew

Day 2
The second day was rather dull, but we still managed to have some fun. After having Maggi in a cup for a wonderful breakfast, we pretty much did nothing for a while. We were thinking of what to do and we decided to play ping pong near the pool. One thing I found really stupid was the fact that we had to pay to use the facilities there. Shouldn't it be free or something since we're paying so much for the rooms and etc etc? Well, we payed RM5 per hour and I think we played for 5 hours altogether. It was fun playing against cousins who were pretty much noobs. We also played pool. I played like 4-5 games with my cousin and I did a lot of stupid shit mistakes. Always scratching. Then got times I accidentally hit the black ball in. Depressing. Then we had lunch at an Indian restaurant somewhere in PD. The food was good, then again, all food is good to me. I can't live without food. Glorious food. After that we came back and went for a dip in the pool. It was so cute to see the triplets (cousin's children) wobbling around the pool in their hand and body floats. I think it was their first experiance in water and I think they enjoyed it. Unfortunately, I don't think I have any pictures of them in the pool, and I will probably upload those pics later on once I get my hands on them. After the pool, went to the beach. The beautiful Port Dickson beach with all it's popular filth. But thank God, Goaman's beach was surprisingly clean. But we did feel itchy when we came out of the water though. We also hired a Kayak for 1 hour and paddled the thing as far as wee could. Damn tiring man that thing. Then in the night, went out for Chinese food and then came back and went to Poison Rose for a drink. Again, no alcohol for me. My sister and my cousins ordered a drink called "Killer Margarita" for four. Supposedly it was a good drink at that bar, but it really wasn't. Good for them who were drinking in front of me. The glass the drink was in was huge, probably why they called it killer. Here's the pic of it. Looks small, but it's really huge.

The Killer Margarita for four =)

My cousin brother hated it so much, he forced it down my sister's throat. After that, we all again headed back to our rooms for a good sleep.

Day 3
Got up in the morning, this time a bit late. It was nearly lunch so we went down to a diffrent Indian restaurant for lunch. This shop was bad. It was full of flies, buzzing here, buzzing there. It was so annoying. But we still ate there with those pesky little flies. After lunch, again to the pool for a dip and then again to the beach. This time we had planned to go for the Banana Boat ride. Those of you who don't know, the Banana Boat ride is well, a boat ride. A maximum of 7 people get to ride on an inflated boat in the shape of a banana or sometimes even a pencil(depending). And this inflated boat is then pulled by a motor boat. So the motor boat carries the riders into deep sea for a fast ride, but that's not all. They brinf you far out to sea, and drop you on purpose into the sea, with life jackets of course. So the 7 of us went, my sister, my cousin's, one of their husband and me. So we got on our life jackets and got on the boat and were brought speeding along. The drop is funny. Everyone pretty much landed on each other. Legs hit heads, people were dragged underwater, etc. The funniest part is getting back on the boat. Everyone struggled to get back up because the boat was high and slippery. My cousin sister kept falling off because she couldn't stop gigling. I helped pull my sister up. And once we were up, we were off again. In total, they dropped us off 4 times. The last time we were dropped off, my cousin's husband managed to stay on the boat only to find that everyone behind him had fallen off. After the Banana Boat, my cousin, sister and I rented a jet ski for half an hour. My sister and cousin went first. When my sister came back, she told me that my cousin purposely dropped her off. According to her, she flew about 5 meters away from the jet ski and had to swim to it to get on again. When I went, I held on tight to my cousin brother. He's one sick dude. We jumped all the waves. Our butts left our seats on the jumps. And some of the jumps were pretty high. He told me he wanted to drop me off too, but I told him "If I live to tell the tale, I will murder you". But other than that it was really cool, the jumps and the speed was pretty much awesome. After that, we took some pictures on the beach against the setting sun.

Going mad on the beach

The Egyption dance

My cousin (Sashi), my sister (Yaso) and me (looking fat, trying to be macho)

My cousin (Dinesh), Sashi, cousin sister(Vino), me and my sister peaking from below =)

So we pretty much had loads of fun. And I have to say, I've been a very important role model to the triplets. They have followed my footsteps to becoming a great poser. Here are some pics.

Aiden the Heart Breaker

Ancelina the Thug (POSER)

Abrianna the Fatty

My three Angels

So after a hard day of having fun and posing, we all went for Chinese food in the night and came back to Poison Rose again. And this time I got my drink! 1 and a half glasses of Long Island Iced Tea. Sounds like just any other Iced Tea, but it has alcohol in it. And I think I was tipsy after that. I wass feeling all happy and stuff. But I don't think I was totally drunk. Another glass would have made me drunk I suppose, but there was no time for more. Had to get back to the room for we were leaving the next day.

Day 4
So in the morning after I got up, I felt groggy and stuff, but I got better. We then headed to the mamak for breakfast and returned to pack our stuff for the check-out. I and my sister had our baths and packed our stuff and came down late. My uncle wasn't happy and he scolded us a bit. But he was okay in the end. So after 4 fast days, my vacation, our vacation came to an end. We left the hotel with many memories to share with friends and family. I have to agree, it was a great holiday and it was just what everybody needed. Now that I'm back home blogging, I feel depressed for there is a Moral exam I am sitting for in the morning. So it's time for me to end this blog entry and either hit the hay or start studying. Hope you guys had fun reading my blog.
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