The strangers in the world are just friends we're yet to meet.

Unless they're deranged psychopaths of course =)

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The 3 Musketeers

I was out today, with two of my good friends since the age of 14. It's surreal how time passes us by and suddenly, we go our different ways. Yes, we keep in constant contact, and one of them has ended up in the same school as I am in now. But we never did what we used to do before, talk together, laugh, joke, sing. We were the three musketeers you could say.

Wan Ying, Dinisha & I

Me, Wan Ying & Dinisha

We finally did have the chance to meet up, and we ended up having a couple of drinks at the nearest Starbucks which pretty much costs a bomb. It was like the old times again, except we were a bit more matured than we used to be (uh, probably not). We went for a drive up to Bukit Tunku to check out the might large houses which we all dream to someday probably own, but maybe in a not-so-secluded-area. We spoke of horror stories that we had encountered, just to scare us all off our seats. We even talked about things beyond I could even imagine, more personal things, which obviously I ain't going to state in this post without the respective party's consent.
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Kenny Sia!

No, really, I love his stuff!

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I have got 2 invites for Summer Splash on the 7th of June at Sunway Lagoon.

If anyone is interested in attending, please contact me or leave me a comment here on my blog


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The Five People you Meet in Heaven

The Five People you Meet in Heaven is a book by Mitch Albom. The book is about a man who dies after saving a child and is hurled into heaven only to meet the five people from his prior life. Each of these people he meets have changed his life in ways he never knew and they are awaiting his arrival to explain what his life really was about, for a man needs to fully understand his life on earth to truly be in heaven.

It really brings into perspective what life is truly about. Love, sacrifice, loyalty, and the desicions we make when we are alive. Was an awesome read and would recommend it to anyone for a heart touching read.
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Summer Splash 08

Summer Splash anyone? If interested, get your heavy butts to the nearest bookstore and grab the May issue of Seventeen magazine for 2 invites to Summer Splash 2008 happening at Sunway Lagoon theme park on the 7th of June. I've got my Billabong out of the closet and I'm waiting to jump in! Are you?
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Sempurna / Perfect

This is the Original Sound Track to the Indonesian move, Love, by Gita Gutawa. This song is almost perfect, very soothing, relaxing, touching. Here is the video below.

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What Could Go Wrong?

Everything! Everything could go wrong! Grr. Sorry for ranting like this, but it was disastrous. Let me break it down for you. We celebrated Teacher's Day (yes, one of those) at school's level today at SMK Raja Abdullah (current school). And unfortunately today, me and some lucky others were going to present a "pantun" (sort of like a poem). We had barely 3 days to prepare and we were spending the whole day practising this stupid thing, addding the Rasa Sayang tunes for more of a "flavour". It was going okay, until we stepped on the stage. I suppose the fear of humiliating ourselves was eminent, but we still stood there and presented the best we could. The luck I had had run out. It began with the mike which I thought was on which I also didn't bother to check. So I sang anyways. *Laughter from the crowd* I was flushed with embarassment, I didn't know what they were laughing at. The next proceded, not realising the mike was turned off. She sang anyways. *Add crowd laughter here* We realised what had happened and fixed it immediately. Hope it was smooth sailing from there? No! Some forgot the lines. *More laughter* What's more, some, including me, forgot the phrase in the languages we were supposed to speak with. What a shame. It was humiliation. They are not going to make us forget our performance, this I can bet you. Well, what's done is done. We finished it thinking we were socially dead. But who really cares when you're in a school such as mine?

After that, Venga, Niru & MJ, Renu and I went to this vegetarian restaurant in Metro Prima. Dirt cheap, excellent quality food. The restaurant or what Renu called it, "The Buttis (Buddhist) Shop", was alright. I kept teasing her about it after that. Then we went to Mr D.I.Y, for what reasons, I have no idea. I ended up getting a hang-able Patrick for my car. Cute thing that Patrick. Sent them to the station soon after and headed home. My day wasn't that bad after all.
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Cookie Wookie!

Another amazing season of American Idol has come to a close, and a new Idol has been announced. The winner of American Idol Season 7 is, the one and the only David Cook! *Applauds* *Cheers* *Screams*

David Cook and David Archuletta really fought it out to the end, and well, the best David did win. It was really nerve-racking, awaiting the results to the end and a new beginning. My heart was thumping throughout. Archuletta is still a star no doubt. I can imagine the both of them doing really well in the music industry. Kudos to American Idol and see you guys again soon in Season 8!
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It's funny how people are inter-connected with one another. This is truly a world without boundaries.
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Pictures from Saturday

Darshanaa & I.

Me looking stupid & Darshanaa too.

The coolies.

Idiotic faces.

Thira, Ashwin & Prasad.

Thira, Me, Darshanaa, Ashwin & Prasad.

Thira, Me, Darshanaa, Ashwin & Prasad.

Thira, Me, Darshanaa, Ashwin & Prasad again in the cinema.

Darshanaa playing pool.

Darshanaa crawling under a pool table.

Ashwin & Darshanaa.
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David VS David

(Picture courtesy of Dinisha's Blog)

The latest season of American Idol is coming to a close and only two competitors remain to claim the title, American Idol. David Cook and David Archuletta, a guy versus guy showdown. Who will win? My money is on Cook. He has the entire package and I don't mean that Archuletta doesn't, but Cook is way better. (I'll try to say this in the most un-gayish way ever) He's good looking and did I mention that he has a great vocal? His rendition on I Don't Want to Miss a Thing by Aerosmith, just rocked my socks off. If awesome was the only word to describe it, then it would just be an understatement. Archuletta is a very good singer, I have to admit, but he just chooses the wrong songs for him. I mean come on, he sang With You by Chris Brown for crying out loud. He's just not that person. It was just horrendous. For the first time, this will be the best showdown of American Idol ever. Hope Cook wins, but Archuletta has all the girls on his side. It's down to a popularity contest.
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I just received an e-mail from my cousin about a joke, which I just have to share. It was pretty funny. Here it is:

A husband leans over and asks his wife, "Do you remember the first time we had sex together over fifty years ago? We went behind this very tavern where you leaned against the back fence and I made love to you."

"Yes," she says. "I remember it well"

"OK," he says. "How about taking a stroll around there again and we can do it for old time's sake?"

"Oh Charlie, you old devil, that sounds like a crazy, but a good idea!"

A police officer sitting in the next bench heard their conversation and having a chuckle to himself, he thinks to himself, I've got to see these two old-timers having sex against a fence. I'll just keep an eye on them so there's no trouble. So he follows them.

The elderly couple walk haltingly along, leaning on each other for support aided by walking sticks.

Finally, they get to the back of the tavern and make their way to the fence.

The old lady lifts her skirt and the old man drops his trousers.

As she leans against the fence, the old man moves in.

Suddenly, they erupt into the most furious sex the policeman has ever seen.

This goes on for about ten minutes while both are making loud noises and moaning and screaming. Finally, they both collapse, panting on the ground.

The policeman is amazed. He thinks he has learned something about life and old age that he didn't know about.

After about half an hour of lying on the ground recovering, the old couple struggle to their feet and put their clothes back on.

The policeman is still watching and thinks to himself, "I've got to ask them what their secret is. So as the couple passes, he says to them, "Excuse me, but that was something else. You must've had a fantastic sex live together. Is there some sort of secret to this?"

Shaking, the old man is barely able to reply, "Fiftty years ago, there wasn't an electric fence."
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Was out at Mid Valley today with a couple of friends. Ashwin, Darshanaa, Prasad, Thira and me. The only reason for the outing was that Darsh wanted to treat Ashwin for his birthday which was on the 28th of April by the way. So we were there at around 2-ish. We decided to watch a movie too, since we were there anyways. We got tickets for What Happens in Vegas. Before the movie, we went to have our lunch. Deciding on which food outlet to go to with a couple of friends seems to be the hardest decision I think I've had to make in a while now. We argued over where to eat. Whether at Madam Kwans, Kenny Rogers, Nandos, Sushi King and whatever else. We finally decided on Kenny Rogers, which turned out to be alright. Sitting there at the table, with all my former classmates just brought back fond memories of my class in the year of 2007. It was fun, to talk, to gossip, to joke with them. And they were the best of the best with jokes. Many a times, food spluttered from my mouth due to the fact of uncontrolled laughter. I wish I could turn the back, just once, to be back to that year. We went to the arcade after lunch. Played Daytona, which I rocked at. Also went to see Prasad, Thira and Ash bowl.

After bowling we watched our movie. The movie was drop dead hilarious. Ashton Kutcher (if I spelt his name right) and Cameron Diaz, made me shed tears of laughter. The two, played their roles very well, and their chemistry on screen was like a match made in heaven. The story revolves around them both, meeting in Las Vegas, only to get so drunk, and ending up getting married. As they reliased their unconsious mistake the following day, they bicker, and as they are about to go their seperate ways, Ashton wins the jackpot with Diaz's quarter, the jackpot being at 3,000,000USD. As they fight over the money, they are sentenced to live married for 6 months, to make their marriage work so that they can have their share at the money. With Laugh-Out-Loud twists and humour as well as a predictable ending, the movie was good overall, jokes aside.

After that, we went pooling. We played three rounds. One of it, 3 Vs 2 (Thira-Prasad-Ash Vs Darsh-Vinod), 1 Vs 1 (Thira Vs Vinod) and 2 on 2 (Thira-Ash Vs Darsh-Vinod). Darsh and I lost the third round, we crawled under the table, people looking at us, embarassing. Then we headed home.

Came back home, Joel called. He wanted to hang, so he came to get me and we bugged Thira to leave his house, which he eventually did after much coaxing from the both of us. Went to Hide, played two games of Foosball, which Joel thrashed us at by the way, and also a game of pool. We then headed to another pool place and continued playing. Didn't feel so good at playing pool for a long time now, because we beat Joel a number of times today. Maybe the "beast" wasn't on form to face me just yet. Overall, had a pretty good day, and I smell like sweat and smoke, a combination that ain't pretty. I just love going out and be carefree.
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Luck and Movies

I've been going on a movie Spree. It was Narnia on Thursday, and Speed Racer on Friday. What's more, I was on a good luck spree on Thursday as well. It all began at the ticket collecting counter at Cineleisure. We were supposed to collect our tickets, but then, our reservations were cancelled, just about five minutes before we reached the counter. I thought we were doomed. People would have already filled up the cinema, and our seats wouldn't be available anymore. But guess what? We got better seats.

Then we headed down to Tesco before our movie. I wanted to get Test Pads and Jeaneatte wanted to get pasta (she's a brilliant cook now apparently). So when we were paying at the cashier counter, this lady, charged me for only one of the five Test Pads that I had chosen. It had come in a bulk, and she only scanned one of the books. I knew she had done so, and I decided to be hush hush on the situation. I later explained to Jeaneatte. I felt really bad for cheating the lady and I knew if I didn't set things right, karma would be chasing me around the corner and bite a huge chunk of my ass off, but it was a real bargain. After discussing with the others, I did the right thing (believe it or not) and I went back to the cashier and told her about the books. She then took the books, checked the bar code on it, then put it back in the plastic and handed it back to me again, assuring me there was no mistake. Huh? I told her it was five books, and she insisted there was no mistake. So I gleefully took the books. You can't blame a guy for trying can't you? Karma can't bite my ass. YES! Technically, I tried to do the right thing, but that lady kepy insisting. So, uh, yes, I got a real bargain for Test Pads that day. Five for the price of one.

The good luck doesn't end there. Back at the cineplex, the girls decided to get some snacks from the Consession stand. So while they were getting their stuff, I met one of the managers. A really good guy and a really good friend. So we talked for a bit, and I told him that I had come to watch a movie with my friends, and I pointed over to them. He thought I had brought kids with me to watch the movie, apparently I looked more matured to him then how the rest did. So anyways, he talked to my friends, and he then gave us a large popcorn, for FREE! The girls were overjoyed, telling me that I had such a good manager. Thanks Thomas!

Then during the movie, more luck. Well, not exactly luck, more of a coincidence. We were walking down the stairs of the cinema, looking for the row of our seats. It was really dark and I needed light to actually see where I was going and I said out "Shit, I think I need a light". And as soon as I said those magical words, a bright white light illuminated from the screed leading the way to our seats. The rest of the viewers then looked towards me at awe, as if I had done something magical. Lol. It was a funny funny day.

About Narnia. All I can say is, "Two-thumbs Up" and probably my "Two-toes Up" as well, if I could carry them. The movie was really awesome. From the story, to the characters to the lush backdrop, to all the cuddly and cute Narnian creatures to the crude and evil Telmarines. CGI was top notch. What would you expect from Walden Media? The movie is must watch for people of all ages. I have too much of words to impress you about this movie, so you have to watch it to find out if what I said is right. The second installment of the Narnia series beat the first of the shelf by a mile.

Speed Racer on the other hand, can't even compete. While the CGI for the car sequences were "jaw- dropping-amazing", they didn't have to CGI the whole damn movie. It just made the entire thing a little too silly. It was too colourful, and I mean it. It's like watching thousands of rainbows from start to end. Story line was good. Character developement not bad either. Not much humour, but good for action. I wouldn't say it was a total flop, I actually enjoyed this more than The Forbidden Kingdom, believe it or not.
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That's how I feel.

Need an aspirin.

Need a break.

Need a Kit Kat!

Need friends by my side.

Need tutors.

Need entertainment!

Need Narnia!

Need to study!

Need to pee.

Need a life!

I'm needy for for my needs!
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School Sucks

My first day of school, well, didn't go much as planned. It just pained me to get up in the wee hours of the morning, to groom myself and get my sleepy buttocks to school. I was really dreading school this time around because mainly I was about to be doing Form 6, which isn't exactly a stroll down the park. But God doens't seem to be wanting to be at my side these days. Why? Well, firstly, I got the ARTS stream instead of the SCIENCE, which is bad because I need it to be in the science stream to pursue my dream which is to be a doctor. The dream I once had, has been crushed to pieces. Secondly, the school I got placed in is HORRIBLE! I got placed in Sekolah Menengah Raja Abdullah. The environment is so kampung, and the people there, except the ones I know, are socially dead. It's a bad place for a person who posseses social status as I do (I'm not bragging or anything, it's just the way I am) or I'm probably being a little too judgemental right now. I've barely spoken to anyone there, and I'm judging the book by its cover a little too soon. The teachers there are kind of annoying too, trying their best in NOT helping me get what I need. Sort of irritating actually. To make things worse, my dad was at school for my first day, and he shouted at a couple of the teachers for not placing me in the science stream. His actions, were pretty embarassing I have to admitt, but I couldn't care less at that point of time, I was pretty much on his side. I needed to be in the Science class in anyway possible. I was just being rude the teachers yesterday, bringing the points straight to their faces. I just can't take it when people just don't give a damn, and that when everyone classifies me as an idiot. Pretty good start for the first day of school wasn't it?

By the way, today, my second day, I came late to school. Looks like I'm putting myself in a bit of a predicament.

P/S: Narnia here I come!!
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Thank You for the Opportunity!

Who knew I could ever feel this way about a job? Today was the last day working as a cashier at Cathay Cineplexes, and I have to say, I'm feeling really depressed about leaving the job. I had the best work partners, the coolest managers, and I met the most unique of customers. It's hard to say goodbye to a job like that, but the pay was kicking me in the back of my head. I just want to say thank you to all that made my working hours there memorable.

As, Mira, Deby, Fahim, Rody, Dainus, Vickna, Akasha, Vimala, Ziera, Kak Lela, Ziera, Abang Akid, Abang Larn, Encik Bakri, Yati, Lyn, Zul, Judy, Thomas, Adam, Henry, Kathy, Mariam, the guards and everyone else that welcomed me with open arms.

I really do appreciate all of you're kindness.
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Okay, maybe I went a tad bit overboard with the last post.
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Solution, Not?

I don't know what to do anymore. I'm going crazy. An image of a blade keeps playing itself in my mind, cutting my veins, and I, staring into a dirty mirror, am bleeding to death. Is it that simple? Is it fast? Is it a short cut to my solutions? Should I even be thinking of such things? I feel like a failure in life, but as God as my witness, I hope for a change in my life, a drastic change, or I fear I could even take my own life. Many people are going through worse things than I am, but what I'm going through right now is the worst thing that can happen to me. It's making my mind go berserk, but I've got to pull through, somehow.
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What are results really? Are they they the things that rank a person? That makes them smart? Or even rather stupid? Or totally hopeless? Why is that people judge others based solely on their results? It's pretty hard to comprehend. My results were pretty bad, I have to admit. But does that make me a stupid hopeless person? Does that mean I am not smart? Does that mean I have not to be accepted in the society? It's just results, on a damn piece of paper. A teacher told me today, "If I had the decision to place you in the science stream, I would say no because you got a D7 for Chemistry and that I don't want you in my class". She told me that I wouldn't be able to cope. She said I would probably do better in the arts stream, and that I shouldn't even try the science. Is that even right? Should a teacher be condemning students? Shouldn't a teacher be there to help the students that are in need? To teach? To nurture? To bring to sucess. Instead this "female dog" is there telling me straight in my face that I'm hopeless. Are all the teachers in Raja Abdullah retards? This just makes things even worse for me when someone tells me I'm going to be a ridicule to their class when they don't even know me. Never ever judge a book by its cover my friend. People change, not overnight, but they do. And I truly hope I become one of those people, to prove something to the rest that look down at me. I am going to crush you, and I'm going to make you weep. What doens't kill me is only going to make me stronger. Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names and words can't hurt me. Get the picture?
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Life is a total mess. I don't know what I want in life. I got into a crappy school. And the worst part? I got the arts stream instead of the science. Life loves screwing me, one step at a time, one painful step at a time. I've got this mind numbing headache as I keep pondering about my future of obsolete blurness. This isn't how I pictured things to be. NOTHING is going as planned.
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