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Thursday, December 24, 2009

O Holy Night

Been listening to this Christmas carol daily, and I'm lovin' it! Enjoy...

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Vegetarian burger

Vegetarian burger


Have you ever tried a vegetarian burger before? I had this burger during the Nine Emperor Gods Festival and it was delicious. Different from other vegetarian burgers I had before, this one was prepared right on the spot, with the patty grilled and vegetables chopped freshly just for you! The stall I bought it from was set up just like the ubiquitous Ramly burger stalls we know so well. And most importantly, it tasted like the real deal! Too bad I'll have to wait for one more year as it's only available during the festival.

Monday, December 14, 2009

Whatdahelliswrongwithme?

I keep running to the toilet for big business every few hours and it's been going on for 3 days! Could it be something wrong with my stomach or intestines? Stupid, stupid thing! Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr...

Friday, November 20, 2009

2012

So I bet most of you have watched the movie. I have a question in mind: What if... What if the world suddenly becomes the disastrous planet that we saw in the movie? You know... Based on the countless catastrophic events that plagued our planet these few years (like the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami and the 2008 Sichuan earthquake), I believe that the apocalypse will soon befall on each and everyone of us. You see, the chained events are actually a glaring warning to us earthlings. Maybe not in 2012, but I'm pretty sure the day will definitely come if we still do not care about what's happening to the very world we live in. Mother Earth, may you rest in peace!

Saturday, November 14, 2009

WebPoint VPN

What's a VPN, you may ask? Sounds incredibly techy and geeky, right?

VPN, or virtual private network, is a network that uses a public telecommunication infrastructure, such as the Internet, to provide remote offices or individual users with secure access to their organization's network. It can be contrasted with an expensive system of owned or leased lines that can only be used by one organization. The goal is to provide the organization with the same capabilities, but at a much lower cost.

WebPoint VPN is offering a user-friendly application that's both easy to use and gives you what you wish for from a reliable VPN provider. Now you can access every PC on your network securely and run your usual PC errands without any worries!

Still not convinced? Here are the top 5 reasons why you should sign up with WebPoint VPN by Vedivi:

  • You can remote access any PC using your favourite remote screen software like Remote Desktop Connection, UltraVNC, etc.
  • You can remotely open your shared drives directly from Windows Explorer or map remote shares on your local computer.
  • Open documents directly from within your applications (such as Microsoft Word or Excel), even if you’re away from the office.
  • Take your music & movies with you. Play your files directly from your remote computer.
  • You can print local documents on your remote printer.
And oh, did I tell you that it works perfectly well with Microsoft's amazing Windows 7 operating system? That's a bonus, ya know! ;)

So what are you guys still waiting for? Sign up now! I know... We all wanna try it first before making any purchase, right? Fret not, as you can definitely run the trial version absolutely FREE! Try it, then decide for yourself. Remember, your networking future is in your hands!

I'm like a bird...

"I'll only fly away..."

No, not that Nelly Furtado's song. I'm like a bird 'cos my exam's overrrrrrrrrrr! :D

Hoho... What am I supposed to do now? Sleep? Celebrate? Eat? Whatever comes to mind first, I'll dig it!

Alright, I'm off to check out other people's blogs and stories. Have a nice weekend!

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Hol's comin'!

I still have one more paper to go and I'm free! This hol is gonna get loaded with activities. There's a week-long camp waiting for me to join, followed by another week-long vacation which I've been looking forward to since last semester (guess!). I hope everything goes smooth for me, and a glitchless holiday is all I need. Can't wait!

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Happy Eid and more things to be done

Now I'm having my week-long holiday, but that doesn't mean I'm totally free. I still have a lot of assignments to complete. Sucks.

So nobody's giving a shot on the previous entry? That's sad. Anyway, here are the answers to the respective Google Earth images:

1. Mt. Fuji, Japan
2. Arc de Triomphe, Paris
3. The Maldives
4. Great Pyramids of Giza, Egypt

So there! More entries on Google Earth trips comin' up real soon.

Before signing off, I hereby wish all of you a Happy Eid and enjoy your holidays! :)

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Google Earth trips #1

Let's see whether you know what or where these places are...

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Easy peasy, right? ;)

Saturday, August 29, 2009

August this year...

Did you know that this August has got 5 Saturdays, 5 Sundays, and 5 Mondays? This happens once in 823 years! A month to remember... :)

P/S: I misssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss home-cooked food. :( Stupid studio assignment causes me to give up my Merdeka holiday!

Monday, August 24, 2009

I'm missin'...

... home-cooked food! That's the one thing I miss the most when I'm in Penang. Mum's savoury hot and spicy dishes; granny's wonderful soups that would warm one's heart on rainy days. Such is the contentment of life. Mum made me borscht soup last Tuesday night after we both fell in love with Kim Gary's version. And I must say, hers was very nice! What a burst of flavours. Sorry, no pictures of it since I left my camera in Penang.

Ah... I miss home.

Friday, August 21, 2009

How does your granny say...

... RM14.40 in Malay?

Mine goes "sepuluh ringgit, empat ringgit, empat kupang".

*ROFL*

And that was 5-6 years back. I'm sure she does it better now.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Cultural sensitivities... And reciprocity

Growing up in Malaysia, we have been taught to respect the cultural and religious sensitivities of others, especially the Muslims, who form the single largest faith group in this country. We are advised not to consume pork-related food and alcoholic drinks in their presence. During the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, we ought to avoid eating whenever they are around until they break their fast in sunset.

However, non-Muslims do expect reciprocity from them as a symbolic gesture of respect. Practising Hindus and Buddhists do not consume beef or any of its manifestations. I've seen Muslims eating beef in public in the presence of the said groups. It's a common scene in Malaysia to be frank. Malaysian Muslims at large are still pretty oblivious to the sensitivities of other religious groups, which to me is a sad phenomenon.

Now let's talk about myself. I'm a vegetarian, and that means I'm in a far smaller minority group amongst this overwhelmingly omnivorous society. Well, I'm pretty tolerant. I don't mind if you're gonna devour an elephant or a crocodile in front of me, as long as you respect my dietary choice. What really piss me off are those who keep poking fun of this issue and asking me to give up the route I've chosen because frankly, they're just being rude and insensitive.

So which one are you?

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Getting so close to H1N1

I received an SMS from my room mate this morning (I'm now back at home) telling me that a friend is infected with H1N1. What's worse is that the very friend he was talking about just came to our room 2 days ago and now my room mate is down with fever! What the... That means I'm now very vulnerable to the disease, and any slight fever would indicate that I'm the very next victim! :O

Whoever is up there, bless me please! I really, truly don't want to get sick!

Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Poor mothers...

WARNING: Content NOT suitable for children. Those of you under 12, please return again for the next blog update, okay?

Mothers, to many of us, are the world's most wonderful individuals we've ever come to know and cherish in our lives. Yet, poor mamas. Why do we ~ these bunch of ungrateful sons and daughters ~ drag them in during heated fights and arguments?

Here...

Tiu lei lou mou! 干你娘! (For the uninitiated, both bear the same meaning ~ f*** your mama)

Son of a bitch! Motherf***er!

*shake head*

Should any bastards ever dare doing that to me, I'd give a hard punch in his face without hesitation. Jerks that are disrespectful to mothers just don't deserve a warning.

Friday, July 17, 2009

22!

1 year older. 1 year wiser. 22... Double happiness. :)

Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Google Earth trips

Since I love geography and travelling, Google Earth has always been one of my favourite applications which allows me to travel the whole world and have a closer look at each country's physical and geographical features as well as top tourist sites and secret getaways without having to leave my home. Whenever I'm free, I love to search for exotic regions and zoom in to have a clearer view of that very destination.

I've wanted to launch this series for quite some time now. With each episode, I'll post up snapshots of the featured destination like you've never seen before. So stay tuned!

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

I miss cinemas

Ever since I came back to Alor Star from Penang for my semester break (and yes, my 12-week long industrial training), I've been yearning to go for a movie. It's not that there are no cinemas here, it's just that... Well, whatever.

There are so many movies that I've wanted to watch but missed. Angels and Demons, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, Drag Me to Hell... Aaahhhhh! Can anyone understand my feelings now? *sigh*

I can't wait to resume my movie-going days when I return to Penang next month, though the thought of going back to school is just.... Well, 1 word ~ SUX.

Tired... And tired

My 12-week long industrial training programme at an architecture firm is gonna end in approximately 3 weeks. One thing that keeps bugging me is that I keep feelin' tired and sleepy at work. I know I'm never a morning person. I sleep late, I wake up late. But for the sake of adapting myself to working life, I go to bed much earlier than before. And even if I have 8 hours of sleep the previous night, my eyes keep fallin' down whenever I'm at the office. Grrr... I wonder if there's a remedy for this. Anyone?

Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Halloween Express

Spirit Halloween is comin'! Yes, dressing up as ghosts, spirits, vampires, or your favourite movie characters and celebrate the day in a high and cheerful spirit!

It's never too early to get preparations ready for this annual fun-filled festival. First off, you would need a costume that brings out your best character, or something that would spook your neighbourhood friends. Then look no further than Halloween Express of Ventura County!

I'd love to experience the Halloween spirit in this sunny Californian county that borders the endless blue of the Pacific Ocean. With more than 10,000 costumes and accessories to choose from, I'm sure I'd be able to find a costume that fits me best and brings out the best in me at one of the many Halloween Express stores of Ventura County.

And nope, I'm not gonna dress up as your ordinary ghost that haunts the town at the night of Halloween, but rather as a European knight whose mighty conquests had brought so many fables and legends that still continue to live on in history books.

Now, now... Trick or treat? :D

Time machine

I used to wonder, how great it would be if there's really a time machine, where we could travel through time as our heart desires.

Done something terribly wrong and keeps blaming yourself for being so foolish? Zap.... You're going back to rescue the situation before it goes the wrong way!

Dread the lonely days without a companion by your side? Zap... You're fast-forwarding the pace of time until you arrive on the day when you have your companion beside you!

Curious about how our world becomes 100 years later? Zap... You're in 2109!

Wish that you're there to see the greatness and glory of the Roman Empire in its heydays? Zap... You're being transported 2 millennia back to meet Julius Caesar in the Eternal City!

Now my friends, if you were given a chance to experience time travel, when and where would you like to be at?

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Feelin' fantabulous!

Nuff said. :)

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Dr. Wu Lien-teh: Do you know him?

I bet you don't. Neither did I, until I saw a documentary about him on Singapore's Channel NewsAsia yesterday afternoon.

This man was and still is a legend. Dr. Wu Lien-teh 伍连德 was the 1st medical student of Chinese descent to be admitted to the prestigious University of Cambridge in England. And something that does all of us here proud is, he was born in 1879 in Penang in the then Malaya.

Educated at the famous Penang Free School in his early years, he won the coveted Queen's Scholarship held in the Lion City which helped to commence his extraordinary journey. Dr. Wu was an exceptionally brilliant student at the university, having won virtually all the available awards and prizes.

Perhaps Dr. Wu Lien-teh is best known for his pivotal role in salvaging the catastrophic scene of the pneumonic plague pandemic in Manchuria, China in 1910 which claimed tens and thousands of lives. He later chaired the historic International Plague Conference in 1911 which was attended by scientists from the leading European countries and the United States. Dr. Wu moved back to Malaya in 1937 and became a practitioner in Ipoh for another 2 decades and retired 1 year before his death in 1960.

His legacy? Dr. Wu Lien-teh is hailed as the 1st person to modernize China's medical field. Born in a humble family of 10 siblings, no one would have thought that this Penangite would eventually go that far.

Friday, April 17, 2009

Millennium... Where were you then?

I feel kinda guilty for abandoning this lil' space for so long. Maybe you guys should keep yourselves entertained at my more "proper" blog, sOleiLian. :P

While I'm at it, here's a question for you guys which I happened to stumble upon while I was googling for something:

What were you doing, and where were you at the last minute before your part of the world welcomed the new millennium?

As for me, I was probably too young to understand the significance of the event back then, but I did remember watching a telecast on Astro with my dad which showed the jubilant celebrations around the world on the next day.

What about you?

Saturday, March 07, 2009

Kiasu & Kiasi

Monday, March 02, 2009

Hmm... Where to go?

So one day, I got all excited and came up with a plan for this year end: go backpacking to somewhere exotic and beautiful. I then went to look for AirAsia flights and did a research on airfares to several interesting Southeast Asian destinations.

My initial requirement was to get away from all those touristy areas which are usually expensive and crowded. And so I narrowed down to a few destinations from a list of potential candidates. My ultimate choice: Manado. So where the hell is this place? I was quite unaware of its existence until I googled for it. It turned out to be the capital of the province of North Sulawesi, and is a peaceful seaside town overlooking the beautiful Bunaken island, one of the world's foremost diving sites.

I was so captivated by its beauty, with the extinct volcanic island of Manado Tua looming in the background. As I read on, I found out there are several volcanoes inland like the twin peaks of Mt. Lokon and Mt. Empung, which were a marvellous sight to behold. My mind was literally flown to that paradise after seeing a bunch of amazing photos of North Sulawesi. Yet things don't usually go the way we desire ~ The region is visited by the dreaded wet season from November onwards. Bummer!

Undeterred, I went to look for more reviews and I so happened to stumble upon a blog written by a native of Manado who's keen on promoting her homeland to potential travellers. Without much thought, I e-mailed her to ask for more information regarding this and boy, she was so prompt to give me a reply! As expected, she told me it was not advisable to visit it during that time unless one wants to delve into the Christmas atmosphere of the place (North Sulawesi is the only Christian-predominant province among the 6 provinces in Sulawesi).

Oh ya, I was quick to gather some friends to go along with me and we have 7 of us going thus far. Although this number exceeded the more rational 4 or 6 that we were aiming for, we're still hunting for one more since an even number will make things like accommodation and rides easier to manage. And as for the duration of the whole trip, we're thinking of making it between 8 and 10 days so that everything won't end up being so hasty.

So how now? I'm thinking of resorting to either Yogyakarta (so we can make trips to the temples of Prambanan and Borobudur then head east to the majestic Mt. Bromo, and if we're financially capable, we might even board a flight or a ferry to Bali which is just nearby) or to the coastal town of Krabi in Thailand (with Phuket just a 2-hour bus ride away). Decisions, decisions...

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Galerie d'image III

Let's juice it! Just meddling around with Photoshop. Anyone want some oranges? ;)

Buffet breakfast at Ridel Hotel, Kota Bharu, Kelantan
Chocolate Parfait, Häagen-Dazs

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Toaster Ovens Guide

They say having a great breakfast is essential for starting a new day. Usually we'll have cereals, eggs, milk, freshly squeezed orange juice, and yes, toasts! How can we not love toasts? I love my toasts with peanut butter, coconut jam, fruit jam, or honey. They make a nice combo and believe me, you'll definitely ask for more!

To make a good toast, you'll need a good toaster oven. Toaster Ovens Guide is here to help you potential buyers choose a nice and reliable toaster oven. The toaster ovens reviewed by the site are pretty affordable and they come in various designs and models. Some can even bake a pizza or roast a chicken! How great is that?

Check it out now, all you toast lovers!

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Genealogy - What's yours?

I'm always intrigued by one's ancestry and lineage. I always make it a point to cherish my own. A man who shows no appreciation for his family history is one who fails to be a descendant of his family.

Nearly all Malaysian Chinese trace their ancestral roots to the Chinese provinces of Guangdong 广东省 and Fujian 福建省. Along with Hainan 海南省, these coastal provinces are the largest contributors of Chinese emigrants, who are now collectively known as the Overseas Chinese 海外华人. With 7 million people, Malaysia has the world's 3rd largest Overseas Chinese population after Indonesia and Thailand.

My dad is a Teochew while my mum is a Hakka. Since Mandarin is my mother tongue, I rarely speak Teochew and I'm totally lost in Hakka. How I wish I were fluent in both dialects. In fact, I could understand Cantonese and Hokkien much better. But it's my lifelong dream to make a trip back to where my ancestors came from. To retrace their footsteps is something I hope to accomplish one day.

I read up somewhere that the great Mongol conqueror Genghis Khan has at least 16 million living descendants today, scattered across the huge Eurasian landmass where he once conquered. Islam's Prophet Muhammad has many living descendants today, and King Abdullah II of Jordan is reportedly the 43rd-generation direct descendant of his. China's greatest sage and teacher Confucius has over 2 million living descendants, most of them living in Mainland China and Taiwan. Have you guys ever met or known someone with the Chinese surname Kong 孔? He or she might have been one of them.

Most Americans have multiple ancestry since America is a land of immigrants and a great melting pot of cultures and traditions. Hollywood actress Brooke Shields is a descendant of distinguished European nobility, including the great 8th-century Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne, Valencia-born Pope Alexander VI, English King William the Conqueror, French King Henry IV, and many others. And do you know that Angelina Jolie, Céline Dion, Madonna, Hillary Clinton, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall are distant relatives with the common French ancestors?

Sometimes I do wonder who my great great great grandparents were during the heydays of Imperial China. Were they nobility? Artisans? Merchants? Or mere peasants? But whoever they were, I'm proud to be part of the lineage.

Do you know who were your ancestors and where were they from?

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

So you think you know about vegetarianism?

Those who have followed my blog(s) long enough would have known about my alternative dietary lifestyle. I just celebrated my 2nd anniversary as a vegetarian on November 8th last year, which you can read more about it here.

While the vegetarian lifestyle is immensely popular and strongly established in the West (it is alleged that close to 10% of the UK's population have at least adopted a form of vegetarianism, and that's some 5-6 million Brits), many people in this country are still confused about the vegetarian diet. Malaysians often see vegetarianism as something associated with the Indic religions (Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, etc). Although this is largely true, there are also those who resort to this lifestyle for health and moral reasons.

A lot of vegetarian eateries in Malaysia are either Chinese Buddhist or Indian establishments. Before I go any further into this, you ought to know the 4 general forms of vegetarianism:

  • Lacto-ovo vegetarianism: A vegetarian diet which includes animal products (honey, eggs, and dairy products)
  • Lacto vegetarianism: A vegetarian diet which includes honey and dairy products but not eggs
  • Ovo vegetarianism: A vegetarian diet which includes honey and eggs but not dairy products
  • Veganism: A strict vegetarian diet which excludes all forms of animal products
Being a Malaysian Chinese vegetarian (and a Buddhist one as well), I'm automatically perceived to be one that practises Su vegetarianism, which is basically veganism within the context of Buddhism where the 5 fetid vegetables 五荤 (onion, garlic, scallion, leek, and shallot) are not part of the diet. Hell no, I love my onions and garlics as well as milk, cheese, and eggs! I'm a lacto-ovo vegetarian, and definitely not a vegan nor a Su vegetarian. It's somewhat annoying that my vegetarian diet is often questioned by my friends or the people around me whenever they spot me having eggs, onions, cakes, or dairy products. I hope I make myself very crystal clear now.

One of the most popular myths about the vegetarian diet is that it won't be able to provide you sufficient protein. My friends, you don't need meat to cater for your active lifestyle. A balanced vegetarian diet can do that equally well or maybe better. Here is a list of famous sportsmen and athletes who are, well you guess it right, vegetarians. And you think being a vegetarian won't grow you muscles as well? Behold, professional bodybuilders like Bill Pearl (who was also the 1971 Mr. Universe) will have you swallowed your own words.

So you think you know about vegetarianism?

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Bed bugs

Yes, I'm talking about those nasty creatures. These microscopic bugs are a real pest ~ they bite you when you're asleep! Just when you're happily wandering around in some dreamland, suddenly you feel an itch on your skin that gets you scratching like crazy. Sometimes it's just not an itch, but a lot of itches! When this happens, you'll find yourself jumping into reality from your sleep and starts brushing your bedsheets with your bare hands, hoping to sweep off those invisible bloodsuckers. Sheesh, aren't they as annoying as the infamous mozzies?

I too have my fair share of bitter memories with these bugs. Whenever I wake up with rashes on my skin, I know they are either the works of the mosquitoes or these lil' vampires. One thing for sure, these tiny red spots can ruin your otherwise beautiful day. And when this happens, you'll most probably find me grumpy and moody for the rest of the day. It sucks, really.

There are a lot of guides available on the Internet on how to treat bed bug bites, and bed bug bite treatment is one of the good ones. It's very easy to follow, and I'm sure it spells effectiveness too!

My dear friends, together we say no more to itchiness from bed bug bites!

Monday, January 12, 2009

Whatchu gonna throw today?

USA Products and Services to Boycott


On the list:

Intel, AMD, Microsoft, Apple Computers, iPod, Mastercard, Visa, and many more.

So... Anyone gonna dump their computers and credit cards today? Buzz me please when you were going to do that. I'd be real glad to come and collect 'em from you, especially if they were an iMac, MacBook, iPod, or iPhone. And one thing, they must be in tip-top working condition, okay? *ROFL*

Sunday, January 11, 2009

The laundry, the PR, and the Middle East conflict

Just finished doing my laundry an hour ago, which included the damn towel that I loathe washing the most. It's the hardest thing to wash, okay? I was feeling like a dead fish after brushing to-and-fro on that damn piece of fabric. I'd rather have 10 pieces of clothes to start with than doing this stupid thing! And oh, I think I was being so exceptionally diligent this week as I've done my laundry for like 3 times already. Amazing!

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I was shocked to find the Google PageRank for this blog dropped drastically from 3 to 1 one day. I thought it must have been Google going around punishing blogs laden with PPP entries, like what happened a year or two ago (mine was not affected then, thankfully). This left me feeling kinda dejected for the rest of the day. But after 1 week, it climbed back to the gleeful 3 again. Yay! But then, my PPP database still records it as PR1. I must somehow take an action else I'd lose a great deal of opportunities that cater for blogs of higher PageRanks! As for my dear sOleiLian, it's now a PR2 blog. Whee... Double happiness!

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And regarding the recent hot political issue, posters calling for an end to the Israeli occupation in Palestine are everywhere at my university campus. While I strongly condemn the killings of innocent civilians like those defenceless womenfolk and children, it doesn't mean that Israel is to blame for all these acts. It is those cowards of Hamas who triggered this war by frequently firing rockets into Israeli zones which of course provoked the Israeli army. These rockets, although weaker in power and much smaller in scale to the big artillery used by the Israelis, do possess the canny ability to kill and inflict harm on others, in this case the innocent Israeli civilians.

I'm so tired of this one-sided national view on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It's always the fault of the demonic Israelis and Americans, while the Palestinian murderers are unanimously hailed as heroes and warriors. Bullshit! So double standard. You see, I'm not standing on either side of the war, but murderers will always remain as murderers. No matter Israeli or Palestinian (or wherever shit one is from), those who murder someone intentionally should be brought to court in the name of justice. If they want to battle, fine, do it the proper, gentleman way, i.e. not targetting the masses who are largely innocent. What's the point of killing an old lady or a young toddler when the ones behind these heinous acts are the big guys who form the Government?

Apart from McDonald's, Coca Cola, Starbucks, L'Oréal, IBM, and other familiar big names, Intel is also included on the list of products to boycott. This makes me wonder whether the dudes behind this boycott thing were using Intel-powered computers to create all their posters and stuff, which I'm 99.9% certain that they were guilty of it. Plus, those who wholeheartedly support the ban should just throw away your Intel-based computers immediately and stop being a hypocrite. You guys disgust me.

Thursday, January 01, 2009

Funky Holiday Eyeglass Frames

New Year's Day is finally here! A brand new year, a brand new me. Hmm... This kinda make sense, doesn't it? So what better way to kick off a fantastic year than going for an image change? No, I don't mean those intimidating plastic surgeries, liposuctions, botox injections, or expensive designers wear and accessories. There's no need for me to folk out thousands to undergo a transformation. All I need is a funky pair of eyewear that matches my style and personality and I'm ready to impress everyone out there! :D

I've been wanting to change my pair of glasses since God knows when. The paint on the frame has faded that I feel like dumping it somewhere. Honestly, it's a sight that's downright pathetic. Even my friends are urging me to change! And yes, I'm aware that I've been saying this too many times but heck, I can't seem to find a suitable one. *sigh*

But this time around, my saviour has finally come to save me! Zenni Optical is introducing a range of super affordable Holiday frames fit for any joyous occasion! They are all funky and stylish, so I'm sure everyone will definitely find his or her desired pair of eyewear from the range. I've found one, and here it is...


Zenni Optical Holiday Frames


How's it? Oh do say it looks nice! I wonder how it would look on me. Haha!

And I hereby wish each and everyone of you a fantabulous year in 2009! :D