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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

No thanks... I'm not interested!

Months ago, I came across a work-at-home job ad in a Chinese daily and was intrigued to find out more about it. The ad didn't state the job's nature or other important particulars, except the emphasis on the pay, which was ranging from RM 3k to RM 5k or even more. Along with these eye-catching bold words was a link which I was told to log on to. To be frank, the pay wasn't the main appeal to me, but the Work at Home phrase certainly was. Since I was jobless that time and spent quite a lot of time in my home-sweet-home, I decided to try it out.

As instructed, I logged on to their web site. Still, particulars about the job were nowhere to be seen. All I saw were things like 'Are you interested to work at home?' or 'Thinking of generating extra income without compromising your current job?', something like that. I was then told to fill in my particulars and to include my e-mail address in order to receive an e-book which I would be told what to do next. Fine then. After receiving my e-book, I opened it to read. And still, no job particulars were found. Hence, I deleted it from my inbox, thinking it was just a piece of crap.

And let's fast forward to today. While I was at my workplace, my phone suddenly rang. And oh, I'd set it to silent mode earlier in case you were curious. The phone displayed the word Withheld and thus I had absolutely no idea who was calling me. I excused myself for a while and went to answer my call at the back. To my utmost surprise, the caller was from the company where I sent my particulars to on-line that day. On the phone, he asked me whether I was really interested in the job. He took a few minutes explaining to me about the scheme and asked me to leave him my MSN account as someone was gonna voice chat with me tonight. I needed to hang up the phone as soon as possible since it was not appropriate for me to chat for so long on the phone at work. And thus I gave him all positive response.

At night, that someone really did call me, via Windows Live Messenger. My grandma was in my room that time, and we both listened attentively to what he was gonna say to me. He introduced himself as Jonathan, and he went on to ask me all sorts of questions. Still, he didn't mention his company's name. He even told me about the story of a girl who earned thousands every month through their scheme until she eventually quit her job to work full-time from home. It might be true, but it really did sound very fishy here.

Not long after that, he finally revealed himself as a direct salesperson from Herbalife. Deng! The truth was uncovered. The company is recruiting new members, it seems. But sorry lah... I'm really not interested in direct sales. My mum joined me soon after, but I was the only one speaking to this guy, without him knowing the presence of both my mum and grandma in my room.

And later, the ugly side of direct sales was wholly shown. He requested RM 450 from me as a basic investment in the company, guaranteeing lucrative rewards coming my way anytime soon. Really 狮子开大口! You think I'm filthy rich meh?!? I'm just a student okay... =.=" My mum and grandma were totally shocked at that startling amount of sum. The mischievous me then decided to play a prank on him. LOL!

I tried to prove to him I was poor, very poor:

He first asked me whether I have a mobile phone or not.
And of course, I said NO.

Then what about my own car?
And again, NO.

Motorbike? Bicycle?
NO NO NO. =.="

How do I go other places then if I don't own a car?
Easy... I tumpang my neighbour's one lah... If worse comes to worst, I'll just call my friends or relatives to fetch. So simple!

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P/S: OMG... This is getting increasingly syok!
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What's my dad's job?
书记。

Oh... Is that a secretary?
NO... It's a clerk.

What about my mum?
Housewife!

Are daily meals a family problem financially?
Quite. I have instant noodles as my lunch or dinner at times.

And bla bla bla...

Itellu, I almost burst into laughter in the middle of the conversation. I had to mute my microphone several times just to laugh my ass off. Both my womenfolk were amazed by my fibbing skills and they too burst into laughter. Hahaha...

Before ending our conversation, he left me his phone number and told me to call him back when I'm ready for it. I didn't reject his offer straightaway as it might seem impolite for me to do so. I just told him I needed some time to ponder as this was probably the best answer I could think of without having to hurt either parties' feelings. Giving someone hope is always better than destroying someone's dream, right? And he apologized for wasting my time before we ended the call. Actually, I think I'm the one who should really apologize for wasting his time on something he's not gonna get from me anyhow.

And a million thanks to him as if not for this Jonathan dude, I wouldn't have something to blog today. :P

Friday, February 23, 2007

I reign supreme...

You Were an Eagle

You are able to rise above the details of life and see the big picture.
A spiritual being, you tend to go beyond material concerns.


Got this after being introduced by Miss Ass 11 at her blog.

And boy... I was an eagle! Kekeke...

Quite true also lah... Since in my present life, I'm also the spiritual type of person, though I might be a lil bit materialistic at times. Yet, I don't drool over big names like Chanel, Louis Vuitton or Versace, as I'm not fashion-conscious. I'm more into gadgets and books. :)

P/S: Citing the advice from Miss Ass 11, do try for only ONCE. Have fun!

Thursday, February 22, 2007

Instant Fried Noodles






My dinner-cum-supper for tonight --- instant fried noodles. Initially soup-based, but since we don't have any instant fried noodles packets left in our home, my mum decided to go soupless using the soup-based noodles. And the result? It was equally delicious! Everything turns out to be appetizing when you're in desperate hunger, eh? :P


Vegetables added to turn a notoriously unhealthy snack into a nutritious meal

Flavour and texture enhancers

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Festive Feast II






Wat Nikrodharam








It's possibly the largest and most significant Buddhist shrine in Alor Star, Kedah. The wat's stunning façade reflects typical flamboyant Thai Buddhist architecture with minor Chinese elements, making it one of the city's most dazzling architectural gems. Its prime location in downtown Alor Star reminds everyone here of Kedah's past as a tributary state of Siam. The wat functions as an oasis of spirituality and tranquillity to the city's mainly Thai and Chinese Buddhist community.

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Double Couple

Left or right? Up or down? This or that? Yes or no?

It's always been tough to make a choice between the double forces:

1. Coke or Pepsi?
Chup! Coca-Cola... Pepsi ain't that strong-flavoured for me.

2. KFC or McDonald's?
It's fingers lickin' good, baby! KFC's fried chicken is among the best I've ever tasted. McDonald's fried chicken sux a lot, but its burgers, apple pies and sundaes are nice! Yet, it's too commercialized with the big stars advertising for it everywhere, just like Pepsi.

3. Häagen-Dazs or Baskin-Robbins?
I'd say Häagen-Dazs since I haven't patronized Baskin-Robbins before.

4. Coffee Bean or Starbucks?
Coffee Bean. Starbucks ain't my cuppa tea coffee.

5. Nike or Adidas?
Tough question! I like both but tend to love Adidas a lil bit more.

6. Mercedes-Benz or BMW?
BMW. Mercedes-Benz is owned by those rich old fellas most of the time. Youngsters tend to find BMW more attractive.

7. UK or U.S.?
UK this time although I'm not quite fond of it. I pick it since it's close to Continental Europe, which I love so much! As for U.S., I only adore the cosmopolitan NYC.

8. Paris or Rome?
Both are great cities with a proud history and legacy. Paris is my ultimate choice as it's my #1 dream destination. Fly me there!

9. Céline Dion or Mariah Carey?
Both have been crowned the world's best-selling female artiste of all-time. I adore both but if I were to make a pick between the 2, I'd choose Céline as her voice is simply angelic and amazingly powerful.

10. Britney Spears or Christina Aguilera?
It's always been Christina. I adore her since the day she reached international stardom. Moreover, she's proven her voice to be more spectacular than her long-time archrival.

11. Brad Pitt or David Beckham?
I loathe Beckham. Therefore, my precious vote goes to Pitt.

12. Dad or mum?
♪♪ 世上只有妈妈好... ♪♪

13. Movie or music?
I can't live without music. It's a must in my everyday life. On the other hand, I'm too lazy to watch movies --- maybe once every 1 or 2 years.

14. Windows or Mac?
I'd love to try Mac for its classy and elegant OS, but most software out there are more Windows-friendly.

15. PC or lappie?
Currently, I'm saving bucks for my 1st lappie. Donate me please!

Tag a guy and a gal:
L B
little miss may

恭喜发财! :P

P/S: DD! See... I'm not tagging you this time! Come... Give me some char siew pai guat for being so considerate! :P

Monday, February 19, 2007

Festive Feast I








Despite having sauté codfish, curry prawns, meat-filled bean curds, and black pepper chicken on our dining table, I couldn't have any of them! :(

The only 2 dishes me and my mum could savour and enjoy were the choi sum and claypot tofu. They were specially ordered for both of us.

And to compensate for that, we had mahjong at my cousin's place. :)

Happy Chinese New Year everyone!

Sunday, February 18, 2007

God's prank on Chinese New Year!






It's been an extremely unlucky Chinese New Year. In fact, it's the unluckiest Chinese New Year I've ever experienced. Do you know what happened last night on CNY's Eve? I'll let your imagination run wild for a moment...

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Can't guess it? No surprise. Itellu, even though our rooms are located upstairs, they got flooded with rain-water! Doesn't make any sense right? But things won't happen without a reason. And in this case, there is a reason.

It rained torrentially yesterday evening. As long as I can remember, it never rained during CNY. It used to be scorching hot to a rather uncomfortable level during the festive season. When I noticed the sky was gradually turning grey with cumulonimbus clouds dangling low in midair, I knew there was gonna be a downpour. And as expected, it soon started to rain.

Things were still all right at this moment. Each of us sticked to our own chores, without bothering about the rain. As usual, I was surfing the net in my room while the ladies were preparing for dinner in the kitchen. Once I heard the calls of thunder, I immediately switched off my PC and left my room. There I saw my dad watching CNY specials on TV.

After don't-know-how-long, my dad went to his room. And it was at this very moment things started to turn worse. My dad called my mum frantically from his room and shouted, "Flood!". My curiousity raised once I heard this. I walked to his room without much expectation in my mind, but was left flabbergasted once I was inside. In front of my eyes was something you wouldn't wish to see --- gushing water cascading down from the ceiling, just like a waterfall. For a moment I stood there frozen. It was a sight that I've never seen before in my life.

Suddenly, I thought of my room which was adjacent to theirs. I rushed there and was greeted by the same horrific scene. Water hit my desk, wardrobe, bookshelf and books. It was a living nightmare. I nearly fainted at the sight. I immediately rushed to get a pail to fill the dripping water. Then, I grabbed a mop and started to do the cleaning job. Since rain-water was dripping down profusely from one stretch of the ceiling, my room was soon inundated. The same happened to my parents' room. We rolled up rugs and placed them at the rooms' entrances to prevent water from pouring into our living-room.

Not long after that, my relatives arrived. They were equally aghast at the pathetic sight. Some of them volunteered to help us clean up the mess and to move things out of the affected rooms. I felt like as if we were moving house. When they left soon after they had their dinner here, we still hadn't finished our tasks. It was not until 1 something in the morning on the first day of Chinese New Year we could manage to rest. Due to hours of feet soaking in the water, they were aching like hell! And since I'd been exercising so much, my stomach started to growl again. I had my dinner supper once more to fill my midnight hunger.

This flood has caused quite a damage to our furniture, since most of them are made of wood. Even my parents' 1-year-plus King Koil mattress isn't able to escape the mishap, albeit still usable. My festive mood is completely destructed by this sudden CNY disaster! What's more, while we were busy cleaning our rooms, the family staying opposite us was having a party! What an irony! =.=" And whenever it starts to rain now, I become quite anxious. Hopefully there's no 2nd time...


Saturday, February 17, 2007

Peep a peep...






Somebody wanna see my desktop wor... And she is none other than the ever-so-lovely little miss may! may may 姐, your wish is granted! :)


I love to keep my desktop neat and icons-free (almost)

So how's it? Nice? I snapped this photo featuring Kedah's state mosque, Masjid Zahir, on my way home from my workplace yesterday. This magnificent edifice distinguishes itself from those ubiquitous local mosques with its exceptionally strong Moorish and British colonial architecture, together with an imposing archway that greets devotees at its entrance. Citing from this Wikipedia entry, the mosque has been voted one of the top 10 most beautiful mosques in the world. Wow... Very impressive indeed! And by the way, doesn't it resemble the stunning Taj Mahal and Delhi's Jama Masjid in this pic? I honestly think it's absolutely breathtaking when it's silhouetted against the evening sky.

And boy... The generous me is giving away CNY angpows! :P I'm tagging:

Ah Boy
angel
day-dreamer
Mr. Goober
Sin Ling

Happy Chinese New Year my lucky ones! :P

And for my breakfast on this Chinese New Year's Eve morning, I had a bowl of curry flavoured instant noodles! :P


Kiasuland brand... Pricier than local ones but definitely tastier! And no MSG!

Slurrrp!

Friday, February 16, 2007

They're Chinese!

Since CNY is just a few days away, here's an entry specially dedicated to some of the Western and Eastern worlds' most celebrated personalities, with all of them sharing one common thing --- they've Chinese heritage!

Disclaimer: I won't be held responsible for any heart attacks you get by reading the names that appear on the following lists. Do stop right now if you don't think you can carry on any further.

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So... You don't wanna stop? Good! I salute you for your adventurous soul. I'm impressed.

And now... Introducing the most shocking truth of the 21st century! :drums roll:


List #1: You think they are what they are? Itellu... They've Chinese roots! Kia si lang leh...


  • Hollywood actor, Keanu Reeves ~ partial Chinese
  • Supermodel, Naomi Campbell ~ ⅛ Chinese
  • Pussycat Doll, Carmit Bachar ~ partial Chinese
  • Singer, Sean Paul ~ ½ Chinese
  • Professional golfer, Tiger Woods ~ ¼ Chinese
  • Philippine national hero, José Rizal ~ ½ Chinese
  • Philippine independence leader & 1st president, Emilio Aguilnado ~ partial Chinese
  • Philippine dictator-cum-president, Ferdinand Marcos ~ partial Chinese
  • Phua Chu Kang title character, Gurmit Singh ~ ¼ Chinese
  • Puteri Gunung Ledang leading actress, Tiara Jacquelina ~ pure Chinese
  • Deposed Thai Prime Minister, Thaksin Shinawatra ~ ¼ Chinese
  • Malaysian Prime Minister, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi ~ partial Chinese

List #2: I know some of them are mixed. But the rest are too???


  • Martial arts actor, Bruce Lee 李小龙 ~ ¾ Chinese, ¼ German
  • Actor-cum-model, Takeshi Kaneshiro 金城武 ~ ½ Chinese, ½ Japanese
  • Actor-cum-singer, Edison Chen 陈冠希 ~ partial Portuguese
  • Actress-cum-singer, Cecilia Cheung 张柏芝 ~ ¾ Chinese, ¼ English
  • Actress-cum-singer, Karen Mok 莫文蔚 ~ ½ Chinese, ¼ Welsh, ⅛ German, ⅛ Persian
  • Actress-cum-singer, Josie Ho 何超仪 ~ partial English, Dutch-Jewish, Persian
  • Actress-cum-singer-cum-model, Isabella Leong 梁洛施 ~ partial English, Portuguese
  • Beauty queen-turned-Hollywood actress, Kelly Hu 胡凯丽 ~ partial English, Hawaiian
  • Beauty queen-turned-actress, Michelle Reis 李嘉欣 ~ ½ Chinese, ½ Portuguese
  • Beauty queen-turned-actress, Sonija Kwok 郭羨妮 ~ ¾ Chinese, ¼ English
  • Beauty queen-turned-actress, Christy Chung 钟丽缇 ~ ½ Chinese, ½ Vietnamese
  • Beauty queen-turned-actress, Kristy Yang 杨恭如 ~ ¾ Chinese, ¼ White
  • President of Kiribati, Anote Tong 汤安诺 ~ ½ Chinese, ½ Gilbertese

You guys better take some tranquillizers now! :P

Thursday, February 15, 2007

Diversity?

Just came back from a romantic candle-light Valentine dinner with Her Serene Highness Empress Angeliuna Joliu state government-sponsored CNY carnival in downtown. A major street was specifically closed to traffic to enable this event to be held successfully.

What kinda carnival is that?
Erm... It's more like Petaling Street with pasar malam stalls erected along the stretch of that street plus some singing and dancing performances on stage.

As expected, it was jam-packed with people, mainly Chinese (of course!). It was quite hard to squeeze through the crowd. But I'm not whining that. What's making me mad is the pathetic eyesoring sight of sooo many lalas. Gracious... There were umpteen of them till I lost my count! Every time I turned around, I was sure to spot traces of them. How could you not catch glimpse of their sipeh chio blonde streaks with ostentacious hair-styles and clad in typical cheap-looking lala clothing? Unless you're blind.

I can't believe my tranquil lil town is so densely populated by lalas! I used to think that's the privilege of bustling cities like KL and Georgetown. Never has it crossed my mind that here would also be a lalas breeding ground one day. Guess I'm so terribly wrong...

And for heaven's sake, I urge for a petition against these disgraceful bunch of yucky, inedible seafood who not only contaminate our rich social fabrics, but also taint this country's image in the world's eyes. Well... They do contribute to Malaysian diversity, don't they? But please lah... It's diversity at its worst!

What a pleasant Valentine surprise! =.=

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

heartsNhugs



Love is in the air...

Couples kissing, cuddling, fondling, flirting...

Isn't this just wonderful?

Cupids waiting in ambush...

Hunting for singles who still haven't found love...

V Day is imperfect without love...

V Day is only meant for couples...

Have you found yours?

Or are you still a bachelor... like me?

Ah...

It's gonna be an ordinary day... for me...



D O Y O U K N O W ?

Valentine's Day is banned nation-wide in Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam, due to its origin as a Christian feast day of St Valentine. All Valentine gifts, particularly red roses, teddies and chocolates, are prohibited on this day or would otherwise risk confiscation by the kingdom's fearsome religious police, known locally as the Mutaween.

Sunday, February 11, 2007

天下无免费的午餐! =.=


OMG! I see $$$!!! But wait... Is this a scam? Could be... :click:



Did you see that? It's really from Yahoo! I'm rich!!! Wakaka...


1-3 minutes??? Whee! That's super efficient! :exhilarated; filled in the blank:

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WTF?!! I... I... hate you Yahoo! Grrr... =.= :一场欢喜一场空:

Saturday, February 10, 2007

Think you know me? Think again...

Deng! Tagged by comrade of Osama for the 2nd time.

This time around, you're gonna learn more about me, particularly about things that are previously known only to myself, my parents or my close buddies. Yet these are not secrets. It's just that I don't go spreading words around for goodness sake.

And since I'm only required to state 5 things, thus there's not gonna be the 6th or 7th! So you think this is easy? Mind you, it's another mind-exhausting tag! =.="


  1. I used to be extremely racist, but things are turning significantly better now ever since I've taken the vegetarian route. Now don't you be a self-righteous hypocrite by preaching to me. I'm 100% sure that each and every one of you out there is racist to a certain degree. Let's face this harsh reality --- worldly brotherhood is impossible to achieve in today's world. It's just one of the umpteen Utopian megaprojects put forward by our forefathers.


  2. I'm very particular about English pronunciation. You might find me blogging in Manglish or Singlish (which is very rare), but you would never ever catch me conversing in these localized variants as I feel quite unnatural (note: I don't loathe) speaking them. And I love American English! It's so pleasant to the ears. British English sounds too formal to me while Aussie English (think Steve Irwin, the Crocodile Hunter) is just too weird and funny. Despite my ardent passion for the American accent, I detest its spelling system as I'm too used to the British one.


  3. I didn't have the chance to attend my kindergarten's graduation ceremony and to take graduation pics. I stopped attending kindergarten and went for an English tuition class instead at a tender age of 6. Reason? My mum said the aged 5 and 6 syllabuses were quite similar lol...


  4. I won my first ever trophy in my first ever competition when I was 6. It was a drawing competition organized by Young Malaysians Movement 青运. I successfully grabbed the 1st prize for the kindergarten category and seriously, I wasn't prepared for the surprise. I didn't expect me to win as I was merely there to enjoy the fun and to gain experience. I can still remember vividly the things I drew and the item I bought using my cash prize although it's been 13 and a half years.


  5. If I'm not mistaken, I'm probably a thalassaemia minor carrier. I inherit this blood disorder from my mum's lineage. Me, my mum and some of my maternal relatives appear to have its symptoms. I couldn't do extreme sports and activities as a result of this hereditary disease. However, this has yet to be confirmed.


Addendum: As requested by someone, name is changed due to her paranoia. However, I just wanna stress that the thing is very normal these days. In fact, it's kinda humorous! Don't cha think so? Me and my buddies used to jeer each other that way back in the old days. Don't get too political and you'll be fine. No offence meant. Peace! :)

Thursday, February 08, 2007

On the sea...






Tuesday, February 06, 2007

It's pay-day!








Ah... Finally! I've been waiting for this moment till I nearly ki siao liao. I see sunshine! I see rainbow! I see my smile! :)

Saturday, February 03, 2007

气死我也!






I was publicly humiliated today yesterday. Never in my life have I been treated like that before. When I think back about it right now, I really feel like strangling those guys to death. Damn geram now! :flaming hot peri-peri:

This Yesterday afternoon, I patronized Watson's which is just a stone's throw away from my workplace since I arrived there much earlier than the stipulated time. When I was thinking of leaving empty-handedly, I felt that I might look weird since I was in there for quite an hour. Thus, I decided to get me a box of mint and headed back to work.

When I pulled open the door and prepared to step out from the shop, the most embarrassing thing happened. The anti-shoplifting sensors that flanked me suddenly came alive and sent out deafening beeps which alerted all the staff and customers inside. I was shocked. One of the staff came up to me and asked me to follow him to the store-room while asking another staff to come along too.

Since I was sooo innocent, I didn't care to lodge any objection. After 3 of us were inside, one of them closed the door behind us. The acting-like-he's-tualiap staff started interrogating me. And to add salt to my injury, I was carrying with me my backpack during that time! Grrr... That just made me to appear more suspicious. The damn staff then ordered me to open my backpack and showed him all my pockets. Fine, as long as he was not abusing me physically.

And when he couldn't seem to get from me what he was looking for, he gave me this ridiculous excuse (not in exact wording):

"Mungkin sebab barang yang anda beli itu dah lama..."

Bla bla bla... (I didn't have the mood to listen to his so-called explanation.)

Excuse me? What kind of reason is that? Have any of you guys heard of this explanation before? This is sooo illogically absurd! They simply put the stupid, brainless sensors up and got me into all these stupid troubles for no reasons? Damn! @#!%#! I feel like smashing those useless sensors too!

Worse still, they made absolutely no apologies to me! Fine. I was not in the mood to quarrel since my class was gonna start very soon in just a few minutes. I didn't want this incident to cause me late for work. 俗语说: "大事化小, 小事化无" 嘛! OMG... I couldn't believe that I was being so magnanimous! 我撞邪啊? :shocked:

Fortunately, there were near to zero customers the moment I was being suspected of shoplifting. At least I could still salvage some of my dignity. One thing for sure, this particular outlet ain't gonna win my heart back in the future. I'm boycotting it from today onwards! And you know what, most of the displayed items there are quite dusty as if they've never been dusted before. Useless, lazy staff! =.=


就是这可恶的家伙害死人的! But it's damn yummy though... :P

Friday, February 02, 2007

Take a deeeeeeeeeep breath...






Walao eh! I've been tagged by the world's smartest doggie a fortnight ago to complete this ultra, super-duper cheong hei task! Since I'm such an animal-loving person and also a quite recent PETA activist, how am I able to reject his sincere request so hard-heartedly?

To be frank though, this task is really gonna suck up my oh-so-precious time, energy and brain juice. Glancing through the list of questions is already enough to make me pengsan. The questions being asked are acceptable, but definitely not the total amount --- not 5, not 10, but a whopping 70 of 'em waiting for me to answer one by one! Really kia si lang leh!

废话少说。Now let's get this started! :turn on the disco lights:

And oh... Please close your eyes and take a deeeeeeeeeep breath first before you proceed.

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Done? Great! Now you're ready for the challenge! :)


1. Are your parents married or divorced?
Happily married till death do them part!

2. Are you a vegetarian?
Yup, from taking more vegetarian meals to becoming a committed one since mid November'06. I used to abhor chap fan when I was still omnivorous, but vegetarian ones are so nice that they've successfully lured me back! :)



3. Do you believe in Heaven?
Without doubt. I've personally encountered quite a number of phenomena where science fails to explain. Hey... Science isn't that transcendent after all, is it?

4. Have you ever come close to dying?
That was back in September'05.

I woke up from my evening nap and felt a lil bit giddy. I headed for the loo and all of a sudden, I swooned away while inside. Greeting my ear was an instantaneous loud bang and I woke up to find myself lying on the toilet floor. I immediately rushed to wash my face in the bathroom to keep myself refreshed. Yet, I felt dizzier than ever and I quickened my pace to reach the nearest chair and rested my head on the dining table.

Suddenly, I vaguely heard my grandma shrieking at me. Seconds later, I heard my grandpa's panicky voice. I was awakened, but my vision was black! I was in total darkness! I panicked. I thought I was gonna be blind. I tried to calm myself down and asked for a glass of warm water. Deep inside my heart, I kept on praying non-stop. Minutes later, my vision was resumed. I was so relieved. My grandma later told me that I blacked out on the kitchen floor, which was just next to the dining table. I was like, huh? I fell again? Gosh! =.=

However, my dad wasn't rest assured. Hence, I was hospitalized for a night --- my first time in 18 years of life. Besides, I also had my first ever X-ray and MRI brain scanning done.

Apparently, I pengsan due to my extremely lack of slumber (can be as less as 3 hours during school days, 1 hour during exams month) and long hours of net-surfing. RM 2k for all those therapies, covered by my health insurance, except self-paid registration fees.


5. What jewellery do you wear 24/7?
None. My natural beauty is in its prime now. Why do I need those extra artificial bling-bling?

6. Favourite time of day?
Midnite --- it's blogging time, baby! :P

7. Do you eat the stems of broccoli?
Why not? I love every single part of it. It's so t to the a to the s-t-y!

8. Do you wear make-up?
Eeewww... I hate guys wearing make-up! Only fags do. =.=

9. Ever have plastic surgery?
I'm 100% natural. No chemicals. No colourings. No preservatives.

10. Do you colour your hair?
Never ever! Most Asians who dye their hair end up lookin' freakin' lala more often than not. Perfect examples are those Japanese and Taiwanese, and to a certain extent --- Mainland Chinese, Koreans, Singaporeans and yeah... Malaysians! I'm anti-clam lala!

11. What do you wear to bed?
I go commando.

12. Have you ever done anything illegal?
Hmm... Gambling? And oh... I'm infatuated with Israel. Is that an offence?

13. Can you roll your tongue?
Can gua... Grrrrrrrrrr... See?

14. Do you tweeze your eyebrows?
Ouch!

15. What kind of sneakers?
I love my pair of Nike Air Storm Beacon which was bought back in 2005 for CNY sooooo much!

16. Do you believe in abortion?
It's murder, yet it can be done if only the mum's life is under threat. So what's my stand?

17. What is your hair color?
Black, with streaks of white and even gold ones once in a blue moon.

18. Future child’s name?
Dunno leh... Paris (not that Hilton duh)?

19. Do you snore?
Fortunately, no! It's simply annoying when you're trying to get a good night's sleep.

20. If you could go anywhere in the world where would it be?
Paris, France! My all-time #1 dream destination.

21. Do you sleep with stuffed animals?
Nope, but bolsters, yes.

22. If you won the lottery, what would you do first?
Now everyone can fly! :P

23. Gold or silver?
Gold is more precious, but silver is more attractive. Help me choose then!

24. Hamburger or hot dog?
I can't eat both. Give me a bowl of salad instead!

25. If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?
This one is very tough leh... Cili padi? :P

26. City, beach or country?
I love all 3 as each of 'em is unique in its own way. I love bustling big metropolises like Paris, NYC and Hong Kong; stunning beaches on the Maldives, Bora Bora and Côte d'Azur; and last but not least, the lavender fields in Provence, Tuscany and Hokkaido.

27. What was the last thing you touched?
Keyboard lah, of course! If not, how do I type this post then?

28. Where did you eat last?
Home-sweet-home --- the best place to dine on Earth! :)

29. When’s the last time you cried?
Can't remember.

30. Do you read blogs?
You say leh? =.=

31. Would you ever go out dressed like the opposite sex?
Eeewww... I'd rather die than humiliating myself in public!

32. Ever been involved with the police?
Nah... I'm forever a law-abiding citizen.

33. What’s your favourite shampoo conditioner and soap?
Not sure... But my favourites are those gel ones instead of milk cream.

34. Do you talk in your sleep?
From what my grandma had told me before, yes! But that was a decade ago.

35. Ocean or pool?
Both are top-notch locations for people watching. Agree?

36. So, who has the original missing questions: #36, 37, 61, and 62?
Huh? I thought I have all the 70 questions here?

37. Who would you take on a ménage à trois for a dirty weekend?
The voluptuous Angelina Jolie and the bootylicious Beyoncé! Yum yum...



38. Window seat or aisle?
Window seat for the panoramic views --- more worth seeing than the air stewardesses!

39. Ever met anyone famous?
熊天平 and some whom I've forgotten their names...

40. Do you feel that you’ve had a truly successful life?
I've just learned to walk, notchet run and fly!

41. Do you twirl your spaghetti or cut it?
Twirl --- the classic way of savouring an equally classic dish.

42. Ricki Lake or Oprah Winfrey?
Siapa tu Ricki Lake? Guess I have to choose Oprah this time. The world's wealthiest African American leh! Mai siao siao...

43. Basketball or Football?
Ice-cream ball! Okok... I did sacrificed a few nights' sleep just to catch those World Cup matches featuring my beloved France even though I gotta wake up at 6 something for school the next morning. Definitely it's gonna be the world's most popular sport!

44. How long do your showers last?
Depends. If the shower head has those super advanced massaging features, then it's gonna take me hours!

45. Automatic or do you drive a stick?
Auto FTW! I suck at manual biggg time.

46.Cake or ice-cream?
Ice-cream cake then. Best of both worlds.

47. Are you self-conscious?
Can I say 50:50?

48. Have you ever drank so much you threw up?
Nah... I don't take much alcohol. Shandy is my personal limit.

49. Have you ever given money to a beggar?
Yeah... I'm compassionate, don't cha know?

50. Have you been in love?
I'm very much in love with my Sony Ericsson K800i!

51. Where do you wish you were?
Paris, France!

52. Are you wearing socks?
Who wears socks in his own room?

53. Have you ever ridden in an ambulance?
Touchwood!

54. Can you tango?
No, but I would really love to tango. Anyone wanna be my partner? :P

55. Last gift you received?
2 tees by my cousin when we went shopping in Penang.

56. Last sport you played?
Ascending and descending the stairs. Does this count?

57. Things you spend a lot of money on?
Books. I rather spend my $$$ on books than clothes.

58. Where do you live?
Somewhere in Malaysia.

59. Where were you born?
Somewhere in Malaysia.

60. Last wedding attended?
Last Friday.

61. Spit or swallow?
Swallow. By the way, I don't spit in public. That's just so disgustingly unhygienic!

62. Favorite position?
Huh? As in what?

63. Most hated food(s)?
Mushrooms, especially the Chinese 冬菇! Yucks...

64. What’s your least favourite?
Be more specific, ok?

65. Can you sing?
Of course! Even William Hung sings, don't forget.

66. Last person you instant messaged?
Couldn't remember. Pardon my lousy memory.

67. Last place you went on holiday?
Penang!

68. Favourite regular drink?
I love yoghurt drinks, but they're quite pricey.

69. Current song?
Baba Yetu composed by Christopher Tin. It's the current on air's feature tune on my blog's sidebar.

70. Tag 3 friends:
Since this tag is kinda outdated at the moment, I guess most bloggers have already done this. Yet, I know some still haven't. Time for revenge! Hehehe... :P

And the lucky malang nominees are... Deng deng deng deng... :drum rolls:

Angeline
carcar
day-dreamer

A big applause to my chosen ones! :clap clap:



Yeah... Finally I'm done! Woohoo! :laughing hysterically at those who kena my cheong hei tag:

P/S: Sorry if this post came up a tad late. It's supposed to be posted on January 31st. Yet due to some stupid damn reasons, I was not able to online for 2 whole days. Damn pek cek, ya know? =.=" So here you have it. Make sure you fully enjoy and appreciate every inch of my hard work and dedication ya! :)