Instructions : Remove 1 question from below, and add in your personal question, make it a total of 20 questions, then tag 8 people in your list, list them out at the end of this post. Notify them in their chat box that he/she has been tagged.

1) At what age do you wish to marry?
Probably in my thirties, once I have a lucrative income.

2) If you have the chance what would you probably say to your beloved one?
Hey honey, you know what? I think I'm falling for you.

3) If you were to be stranded on a desert island, who are the 3 blog buddies you would take with you?
A) Joel - He cracks jokes about everything that's anything. A desert island would be fun with him.
B) Dinisha - She can be the drama queen.
C) Fan Wai - She can cook up a brilliant idea to save us all, because she's like super smart.

4) Where is the place that you want to go the most?
New Zealand, Europe, Australia.

5) If you can have 1 dream to come true, what would it be?
I want to be a really sucessful doctor in the future so I can help the people in need, especially the people of Africa.

6) Do you believe you can survive without money?
Money isn't everything, but everything is money. So what do you think?

7) What are you afraid to lose the most?
Right now? My sanity. But of course, family and friends come first.

8) If you win $1million, what would you do?
I'd probably get a mansion, pay for my education, support my family and help out a favourite charity organisation.

9) If you meet someone that you love, would you confess to him/her?
Errm. Probably. I'm that kind of person actually.

10) List out 3 good points of the person who tagged you.
Dinisha (although she has none, I have to lie) - Funny, Understanding, Kind

11) What are the requirements that you wish from your other half?
Loyal a must. Sharing. Caring. Understanding. Not just a receiver, but a giver as well. Fun and bubbly. Truthful. Wild.

12) Which type of person do you hate the most?
People who can't just get a clue. People who think they're great, but they're really not. Smokers.

13) What is your ambition?
A well-paid doctor, I hope.

14) What do you think is the most important thing in your life?
Education, family, friends.

15) What do you expect most from a friend or a loved one?
I don't expect anything, just be there with me till the very end.

16) Are you a shopaholic or not?
If I have the money, hell yeah.

17) If you have a chance, which part of your character you would like to change?
I tend to say things sometimes that could be hurting when I don't really mean them. I hope I could change that.

18) Who is the person that you can share all your problems with?
Sister and my close friends.

19) Why do you think GOD created the rich and the poor?
Dinisha at last, a good answer. Karma controls this universe, and you should believe it.

20) Honestly, do you think life is fair?
Life is fair, it's just the way you look at it. I complain a lot about life, but in the end, life is, still fair. Sure, we have the ups and downs. And that makes life even richer. We learn to except things the way they are, and just live life to the fullest. Life is short, so live it while you still can. The people around you will make your life an even better one.

1) Julian
2) Galriad
3) Kui San
4) Christine
5) Jane
6) Adrian
7) Jocelyn
8) Ee Leng
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I just wasted my whole Saturday. I didn't leave the couch up till right now. I'm totally serious. I had a great night yesterday with a couple of friends from my primary school, they wanted to have a reunion and I was invited. So I went to pick up Michelle Leong from Bandar Sri Damansara, and headed to Karmen's house. I was to wait for Marie to lead the way to this place in Metro Prima called Gasoline. Since Hock Soon had not arrived yet, Karmen, Michelle and I waited for him as Marie and Dinisha headed to the restaurant first. Hock Soon came and jumped into my car. We reached Gasoline, and this place had a pretty cool theme to it. It was themed in a way that it looked like roads. The pathways were roads of course, and there were round-abouts, hazard signs, and service stations. It was pretty cool. The downstairs area had wheel barrows as seats, which was rather unique I have to say. The upstairs area had cushions and we all sat on the floor like Japanese peeps. Pretty cool place but with pretty poor service. I asked for vegetarian pineapple fried rice, but came with meat in it. They mixed our orders up which kind of sucked. But the food was alright, it made up for the poor service.

After dinner, we all went to Hide Cafe for a few games of pool and foosball. It was a fun night. After Hide, Hock Soon, Karmen, Michelle, Marie and Dinisha went back home, and the rest of us headed to the Snooker place above Al Barkath for a few more games. Met Joel as well, and he tagged along. It was fun, meeting old school mates again. We just talked and joked, and it was fun just to kick it and relax. Thanks for the great night guys.

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Cathay Rocks

Just started working on Monday, and I feel busy as ever. My first actual job, not taking into account the one-day-job that Ron Nard hooked us up with. Monday and Tuesday were my training sessions at Cathay, and the people there are quite cool. Very friendly, except the Manager, who I want to kick. Met the trainers, 3 of them I really like, Adam, Deb and As. They were really good at their stuff and they were training Michelle and I how to run the ticketing (or known as Box Office) counter. The training was cool, until I found out that I was short RM18 from the cashier I was working on with Adam. I was kind of upset, so Adam and I decided to split the cost. Today, we got our own counters, and we had to run it totally by ourselves, but of course the others were there to help as well. Thank the Gods that I wasn't short on anything today, I could have flipped. The job on whole is pretty awesome. Personally it's a great experience. We get to meet tons of people and this then enhances our communications skills. We do get the WHACKOS too sometimes. There was this guy who was really cranky (probably because he didn't get any from his wife the night before) who wanted to watch a movie that already started, but when I pointed this out to him, he just got angry and said "I said I want that movie and I want to watch it" really rudely and he just threw the money on the table. It was my first day and my mouth was so wide apart, Horton could probably have fit in it. So I just gave the man his ticket. Really wonder what on earth is on someones mind sometimes. I love my job, but I think we're getting paid for peanuts, and it's not really appealing to me just yet. Waiting for the weekend shifts, RM4.50 man! Wooo hooo! I'm working tomorrow, and I have no idea what time I have to get in, so I better turn in now, sleepy as hell. Ta.
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Sunday Night

Well, Sunday night was fun too. Giggles me pringles. Went out with a couple of friends AGAIN to the SAME McD's to watch football. Prasad, Thira, Ashwin, Joel and me. We got there about 9.40PM, and the match had already started, missed a couple of minutes of it. It was a real good match. Manchester United VS Liverpool, 3-0. First goal scored by Wes Brown with the brown hair to match, second was by Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani followed with the third. Liverpool was beaten flat out. And there were these two Liverpool fans, who were like all, what the fuck??! It was actually fun, watching football, and that's a lot coming from me. Should do it more often. Just got back and I'm damn sleepy, and my first day is tomorrow. Wish me luck.

P/S: It's nonsensical and not non-sencical. Lol, got that wrong. Well, no one is that perfect.
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Sunday Morning

Sunday morning rain is falling, well, not really. It wasn't raining, and I did have a good day out with a couple of my friends. Karmen called me the night before, asking if I wanted to go to McDonalds for breakfast, and I agreed. So, today at about 10AM, picked up Karmen, Dinisha, Kui San and Darshanaa and headed down to the McD's at Bandar Sri Damansara. It was fun, just sitting, talking and joking, reliving the non-sencical(hope I spelt that right) stuff we did in school. It was nice, just to sit and talk to friends. After breakfast, we went to the Sri Damansara club for a while, Darshanaa wanted to get some books from the library there. Then, she insisted on driving back to her house, and after a long feud, I finally gave in and let her drive. She wasn't that bad actually, we reached our destination safely at the very least. Here are a few pictures from McDonalds:So after getting Darsh out of the car, the four of us went to Jusco, because the sicko Dinisha wanted to go to the arcade and play Battle Gear, a car racing game similiar to Daytona USA, but it felt harder to me, but it was fun. So after two games, I had to go back, because my mom called, and I was supposed to be at my cousin's place. Sent Kui San back home, then went over to Karmen's place to play with her cute little doggy. A toy poodle named Teddy, and you'll see why she's named that in a minute.

So after that day, I rushed back to get going to my cousin's place, but unfortunately, my parents left without me. Argh! Well, watched F1 and went to the mamak with Joel and Ron Nard. Lol. That was my Sunday, and tomorrow I start work.

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Okay, so I know I've been not publishing anything lately. I've just been really busy sleeping and also working on my PLKN post, which I doubt will ever make the site. I've got nothing interesting to blog about, until now that is. Ever since my sister left, my life feels like it just did a stand-still. Joel started college, which pretty much means he'll be swamped with work to ever go out with me ever again, and this pretty much means the same thing to the rest of my friends, most of them at least. Dinisha, Darshanaa, Thira, Kui San, Karmen, Ron Nard, Jane and Radiance have all either started college or going to soon. I remember bugging everyone the other day just to go to the mamak, that's how bored I was. Well, at least that's going to change. I went job hunting with Michelle on Friday, so that we can keep ourselves occupied (Michelle's probably doing mass communication in KDU which is commencing in June) for the rest of the holidays. So we went through the whole of Metro Prima to look for a job vacancy from Popular to Sox World to Marybrown. All we did was fill up forms and getting the reply, "We'll call you back", which I don't think they ever will. After that, we decided to head down to The Curve, to look for more jobs. By the way, did anyone know that parking in The Curve is a nightmare? I actually scratched a car with my side view mirror. Please keep this a secret from my parents, they might never give me the car again. *GIGGLES!* So anyways, we applied at Italiannies, The Apartment and Cathay. I really hoped the restaurant applications would turn out, but the never called. Instead Cathay did, and we're got the job. We start on Monday from 9 in the morning till 5 in the evening and we get payed RM4.00 per hour, which is alright I think. What's even better is that Michelle and I get the same shifts, so we go in together and come out together, which is like so cool. I'm really glad that something did turn out well, at least I won't die of boredom. Come see us in action from Monday onwards. ROFL.
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Damn you Yaso!

It's hard to lose someone in your life, well not exactly lose la, more like staying thousands of miles away. My sister and my bestest friend on the planet just left today to Australia. Parents, cousins and I were at the airport to send her off. It was a dramatic day, begining with shouts from my mom in the morning waking us all up till the excessive baggage trauma at the check in counter at the airport. We all hugged her and she began tearing. I held my tears till she went through the boarding gates, which then ran down my face so fast, it felt like a powerful waterfall. But she's not gone from my life forever, we can still keep in touch and things like that, but I'm really lonely at home now, no one to talk to besides my nagging parents. She's my movie buddy and she's the one I always confide in at home because she's always there to listen, although she can sometimes stare blankly into space. But she's gone, and I hope she finds what she's looking for and hope that she settles down so that she can sponsor me over there to study. Take care, and good luck in all you do. Slap Ruebini for me. Goodbye my sister, my bestest friend! Bring me back some Billabong!

P/S: Ruebini, you're my bestest friend too, no doubt. But you're annoying! Ahahahah! Love you two to death!
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First of all, I would like to extend my warm welcome to the viewers of this forum, especially the first-timers as this site was created by a magician and his associates for anyone that is interested in the mysterious field of magic to further enchance or cultivate their passion in that selected field.
Basically, magicforce.org encourages anyone to participate in this forum as it is created for the people that are interested in magic. We extend our arms to welcome you as we need all the support available to keep this forum up and going!
As questions arousing matters such as the requirements to become a member of this forum may reflect in your mind, rest assured as everyone including non magicians can join us.
Frankly speaking, I've considerably a shallow knowledge in the field of magic as I only came to surface not long ago. However, lack of knowledge should not be a factor to pull down your urge to be better in any field, including magic.
All of us should believe in ourself and certainly trust ourself. Everyone can do what they believe in. And in the case of magic, we can supposedly do complicated or advanced tricks as long as we are hardworking to pursue the stepping stones with hardwork till we reach the top of the monarchy of tricks.
In conclusion, to succeed in anything, there are 3 vital things you have to obtain.
Courage, Passion and Hardwork are the key to this forum and most of all, in life.
Thank You.
Lim Pei Hau
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I'm Back!

Blogger! I'm back! After three long months in the land below the wind, where I underwent National Service training, I have finally returned to the air-polluted city of Kuala Lumpur. As much as I missed home when I was away, I learned to adapt, take things easy and most of all have as much fun as possible. This made the end of my training a bitter one. I miss each of the people I befriended and I miss everything about that place. It truly was a one in a lifetime experience. I'll speak of my experiences in the coming posts, but as for now, I need a breather. It's great to be back with the people I love!
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