Friday, 27 February 2009

you want to catch something, running after it isn't always the best way.

#1 : read somewhere..about wrapping up ur head like a banggali. bad for hair ...break some bonds or some sort

#2 : were u alone? it is because u close the door. did u feel alone? look around and u will see people waiting for your smile, getting close to you

#3: i hate AMERICA. what is with their tax-system? i got effingly taxed! an effing ~ 20pounds. * i will explain further after uploading the photos*

#4: i hate people who give up easily. what more those who give up on me

#5: i reminisced ..on WHAT IFs... which is totally wrong...because everyone knows there is no what IF... hence, the wrong choice of word used, reminisce

#6: i hate people who doesnt give others a chance to change...

bear in mind that it is not easy to change. hence if one succeeds...please have the decency to pay full respect.

oh well, cmon, be realistic. u just cant squeeze out 'decency' from a person. what more respect

#7: i hate lazy thinkers. when facing issues, a simple " I DONT KNOW" is the world's LOUSIEST answer that one can give. with a HUGE NEON L on the forehead.
any dumbass would know that IT is not the *best* solution. it is a very obvious EASY WAY OUT

#8: ive learned : to think before i REact

#9: ive also learned : not to react with words

#10: i am learning to : care less about less important things. ie: matters which could KILL you. in this case, me. matters which could make me go insane.

#11 : i need to learn to keep myself sane

#12: i am also learning to : sieve through things and only allow pleasant things to flow in. filter out the nasty ones

#13: also learn to: not judge , impetuously.

#14: ive learned to remain calm, in a great deal comparing to the me-before-2009. *cmon! ?? where's my pat-behind my back?*

lastly, i need to learn to have SELF CONTROL! which is to pull myself back to SERIOUS WORK. poor thing. crying out for me. 

effing more than 3000 words and i havent conclude yet...

Thursday, 26 February 2009

friendster days...tsk tsk .. :p

f you're Asian you GOTTA take this quiz
If you're not, just do it anyways :)

So, how 'asian' are you?????

[x] Both of your parents are from Asia
[x] You were born in Asia
[ ] You use the term "Azn"
[ ] You think DDR is cool
[ ] You've watched lots of anime
[ ] You like Korean drama
[ ] You have stuff hanging on your phone
[ ] Your parents want you to marry within your own race
[ ] You eat rice almost everyday
[x] You drink lemon tea

X's so far: 3

[ ] You style your hair
[x] You have a bebo/myspace/friendster
[x] You speak languages other than English
[ ] Your parents are strict compared to other REALLY asian parents
[x] Your parents have high expectations of you. im not sure if it is just me or they are just being subtle ;)
[x] You always get A's/B's on your report
[x] You do/did Chemistry/Biology/Physics/Accounting
[x] You know your multiplication table
[x] You play badminton or table tennis
[ ] You've seen the asian version The ring/The grudge

X's so far: 10

[x] You go/want to go to a university and would NEVER consider an apprenticeship. this is C ---> first part correct. second part wrong.
[x] You own an asian car (Honda, Toyota, etc)
[x] You're not the only child
[x] You've gotten little red envelopes around February
[x] You know the difference between kung fu, karate and tae kwon do
[ ] (If you're a girl)You prefer white guys over asian guys (If you're a guy)You prefer asian girls (Only physically ;P)
[x] Your mother tries to bargain even though the product is already discounted
[ ] You can do the rubiks cube
[x] You have a box of noodles somewhere in your house
[x] You play video games

X's so far: 18

[ ] Everytime you're going out your parents ask you where you're going and what time you'll be home
[x] You have karaoke at home
[x] You know BOA/Gazette/Ayumi Hamasaki/Gackt
[x] You've been to a LAN more than 3 times
[ ] You have incense sticks/moth balls in your house
[ ] You own a gaming console
[x] You play a musical instrument
[x] You don't wear shoes in your house
[x] You can use chopsticks
[ ] You get nothing if you do well in school. it is independent. wether or not i do well in school, there is no correlation to wether or not i get something or nothing

X's so far: 24

[ ] Your parents won't let you go out if you have school the next day
[x] You have asian songs on your computer/iPod
[ ] You don't like football
[ ] You have a curfew
[ ] You know what ulzzang/tb means
[ ] You know what purikura is
[x] You like bubble tea
[x] Your parents bought you shoes many sizes too big so you can "grow into it" and wear it for years to come
[ ] You've played final fantasy
[ ] You believe in fortune cookies

X's so far: 27

[x] You know what bok choy is
[ ] You've heard the song "Got rice?"
[x] You have a tutor
[x] You've had pockys/yan yan before
[x] When you seek for your mother's permission she replies "Ask your dad"

X's so far: 31

Total X's: 31
Your total x 2
Result: 62%

Wednesday, 25 February 2009


sometimes my confidence can put off some people. that's what i feel, or worry.
 i AM not being snobbish.

who says self-reflection is healthy?
i mean, it makes u confuse at times. complicate things further.

i love Alex Mullen

his sense of humour!

did anyone not tell u that u need to love a person as a whole? the entire package?
hence i love his sarcasm too! ;)

i feel guilty. she can just do a random meme on facebook and thought of.... 'us'.
im sorry.

dream of visiting a place? let me share with you a trick ----> steal someone else's photos and put them in your blog.hummmmhummmmmdeeeedeeeeedummmmmyummmmm.before you know it!  you will be going to THAT place! yay!!
i'll be going to amsterdam! and belgium! hiphiphooray!
mission accomplish!

did u know, yesterday was PANCAKE DAY? 

Shrove Tuesday

Shrove Tuesday


Pancakes ©

Shrove Tuesday is the day before Lent starts: the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. It's a day of penitence, to clean the soul, and a day of celebration as the last chance to feast before Lent begins.

Shrove Tuesday is sometimes called Pancake Day after the fried batter recipe traditionally eaten on this day.

But there's more to Shrove Tuesday than pigging out on pancakes or taking part in a public pancake race. The pancakes themselves are part of an ancient custom with deeply religious roots.


Shrove Tuesday gets its name from the ritual of shriving that Christians used to undergo in the past. In shriving, a person confesses their sins and receives absolution for them.

When a person receives absolution for their sins, they are forgiven for them and released from the guilt and pain that they have caused them.

In the Catholic or Orthodox context, the absolution is pronounced by a priest.

This tradition is very old. Over 1000 years ago a monk wrote in the Anglo-Saxon Ecclesiastical Institutes:

In the week immediately before Lent everyone shall go to his confessor and confess his deeds and the confessor shall so shrive him.Anglo-Saxon Ecclesiastical Institutes

Shrove Tuesday celebrations

Shrove Tuesday is a day of celebration as well as penitence, because it's the last day before Lent.

Lent is a time of abstinence, of giving things up. So Shrove Tuesday is the last chance to indulge yourself, and to use up the foods that aren't allowed in Lent.

Giving up foods: but not wasting them

During Lent there are many foods that some Christians - historically and today - would not eat: foods such as meat and fish, fats, eggs, and milky foods.

So that no food was wasted, families would have a feast on the shriving Tuesday, and eat up all the foods that wouldn't last the forty days of Lent without going off.

The need to eat up the fats gave rise to the French name Mardi Gras ('fat Tuesday'). Pancakes became associated with Shrove Tuesday as they were a dish that could use up all the eggs, fats and milk in the house with just the addition of flour.

The origin of pancake racing

Pancake races are thought to have begun in 1445. A woman had lost track of the time on Shrove Tuesday, and was busy cooking pancakes in her kitchen.

Suddenly she heard the church bell ringing to call the faithful to church for confession. The woman raced out of her house and ran all the way to church; still holding her frying pan and wearing her apron.

Going for gold in the pancake Olympics

One of the most famous pancake races is held at Olney in Buckinghamshire over a 415 yard course. The rules are strict; contestants have to toss their pancake at both the start and the finish, as well as wearing an apron and a scarf. The race is followed by a church service.

Since 1950 Olney has competed with Liberal in Kansas, which holds an identical race, to see which town can produce the fastest competitor. After the 2000 race, Liberal was leading with 26 wins to Olney's 24.

In France they call it Mardi Gras, which means Grease or Fat Tuesday.

although i did not have any pancake yesterday,
i had pancake made by Ms Tam few weeks ago
this is MALAYSIAN style PANCAKE!



Baked cinnamon apple

cereal bar
donated by housemate, Ms lee SH
thank u! :)
this was when i first came.
the price has now increased to more than a pound.
inflation baby...inflation

Maryland Chocolate Chip 'n' Hazelnut cookies

& Reduced Fat Chocolate Chip cookies

i dont like them. taste rather bland. there are simply better ones out there

i will only use this as a cheesecake base

McVities Fruit Cake and Lemon Cake

they are palatable!

Fox's Whipped Creams buttery shortcake biscuit

Sinfully Strawberry

Lustfully Lemon

they are good.

i would recommend these.

can forget about other Foxs' products. they are a let down

cereals + yogurt

Warburton Seeded Bread with Custard Cream

Baked Fresh Mushroom with capsicum, onions and garlic

add a few dash of wine before baking

it taste as good with or without the wine

just bake them PLAIN

they are really awesome

or maybe it is me, cause i LOVELOVE mushrooms!



treated by Sr Suann.

u remember the sultanas biscuit back at home?

i usually eat them when i was a kid

it is rectangular in shape. has a thin brown layer in the middle and has sugar sprinkled on top

well, this McVities Fruit Shortcake is somewhat similar to that!


it says 'Deliciously crumbly shortcake biscuit packed full of currants!'

this rocks!!

plus it is cheap as well! less than a pound!

McVities Boasters range:

Belgian Chocolate Chunk

Buttery crumbly cookies baked with Belgian chocolate chunks

Dark Chocolate & ginger

with crystallised ginger stems

Cranberry & almond

with cranberries and crunchy almonds

i love the belgian choc and the cranberry almond

not that i dislike ginger, i do!

preserved ginger is a good snack!

Marks & spencers. Lightly salted tortilla chips

judging by the amount that i buy,

you snould know its taste.

totally addicted to it.

i did try a few of its other flavours but ive ruled them out!

heh heh

Tuesday, 24 February 2009

heat stroke in glasgow?

Note 1 : 

im not showing off...but honestly, yesterday was very hot in glasgow.
Avi commented that there was a surge in temperature---> from approx 8 to 13degress, mmmmm, that explains.
but GASP! 13 degress? and im having heat flush? -____-

and i slept with the window opened at night

Note 2:

why is he so smart? 

staple food in tropical country is rice...why? because it helps to decrease body temperate

whereas people in colder climate takes wheat..because it helps to retain body heat...

wow...:) i didnt know these facts :)

i never doubt him at all. why is that? whenever he imparts his knowledge...i would be in awe...

im come when some people tell u something, u would doubt, and to some others, u will not. HOW COME? 

Born leaders

PEOPLE born in the Year of the Ox are patient, speak little, and inspire confidence in others. They are practically born leaders, who tend to be eccentric and chauvinistic, with fierce tempers and although they speak little, when they do they are quite eloquent.

Ox people are mentally and physically alert, conservative, methodical, and good with their hands. Generally easy-going, they can be remarkably stubborn, and they hate to fail or be opposed. Here are some famous Ox people:

- New York-based Malaysian fashion designer, Zang Toi, June 11, 1961

- Former Prime Minister of Malaysia and Father of Modernisation, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Dec 20, 1925

- Malaysian historian Tan Sri Dr Khoo Kay Kim,

March 28, 1937

- Napoleon Bonaparte, Aug 1769

- Margaret Thatcher, Oct 1925

- Adolph Hitler, April 1889

- English footballer Wayne Rooney, Oct 1985

- Diana, Princess of Wales, July 1961

- Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh, March 1853

- Walt Disney, Dec 1901

- German model Heidi Klum, June 1973

- Magician David Blaine, April 1973

- Aishwarya Rai, Nov 1973

- George Clooney, May 1961 

Saturday, 21 February 2009

brief stop

anyone knows where to watch this in cantonese version?

2 become 1

not bad..

btw, richie ren's cantonese sucks!

Wild Child

OooO!!! love this movie!
im always 'in' for a chick flick

free your mind...
it relaxes your mind i mean

fyi! for your information!
*just trying to imitate Emma Roberts*

and u'll learn that the americans use SEMESTER while the british use TERM
;) thing like that..was what i gleaned


now this, vicky chrisitina barcelona
am watching right now.
never figured out why do people label scarlet johansson beautiful.
sluty? i agree

i think Vicky is prettier...way more attractive than her! :S

Friday, 13 February 2009


split ends?

vista B2
Ginger Ale
me love
IMU again
cant blame me. just got rid of the braces, hence admiring the new retainer
cant imagine i had that colour!
my mane!
and my white jacket.
should have brought it here

thank u
my almond flakes.
made with love, especially for me

love one self
love yourself

hence the above photos..are of me!

happy valentine's day people

he loves me..he loves me not..
he loves me...he loves me not..

i dont have flowers..maybe i should use beans?

should i go on a date tomorrow?
decisions! decisions!
make ur mind!!


happy happy valentine's day!

here's my LOVE..
*send flying hearts*
to all my loved ones!

13-year-old father

BOY dad Alfie Patten yesterday admitted he does not know how much nappies cost — but said: “I think it’s a lot.”

Baby-faced Alfie, who is 13 but looks more like eight, became a father four days ago when his girlfriend Chantelle Steadman gave birth to 7lb 3oz Maisie Roxanne.

He told how he and Chantelle, 15, decided against an abortion after discovering she was pregnant.


The shy lad, whose voice has not yet broken, said: “I thought it would be good to have a baby.

“I didn’t think about how we would afford it. I don’t really get pocket money. My dad sometimes gives me £10.”

Little family ... Alfie, Chantelle and baby Maisie

Little family ... Alfie, Chantelle and baby Maisie

Lee Thompson

Alfie, who is just 4ft tall, added: “When my mum found out, I thought I was going to get in trouble. We wanted to have the baby but were worried how people would react.

“I didn’t know what it would be like to be a dad. I will be good, though, and care for it.”

Alfie’s dad Dennis told how the lad does not really understand the enormity of his situation — but seemed desperate to be a devoted and responsible father.


He wanted to be the first to hold Maisie after the hospital birth. He tenderly kisses the baby and gives her a bottle.

And Dennis, 45, said: “He could have shrugged his shoulders and sat at home on his Playstation. But he has been at the hospital every day.”

Maisie was conceived after Chantelle and Alfie — just 12 at the time — had a single night of unprotected sex.

They found out about the baby when Chantelle was 12 weeks pregnant.

But they kept it a secret until six weeks later when Chantelle’s mum Penny, 38, became suspicious about her weight gain and confronted her.

Devoted ... Alfie holds and cuddles Maisie

Devoted ... Alfie holds and cuddles Maisie

Lee Thompson

After that Alfie’s family told only those closest to them for fear he would be “demonised” at school.

Chantelle gave birth to Maisie on Monday night after a five-hour labour at Eastbourne Hospital, East Sussex.

Last night she told The Sun: “I’m tired after the birth. I was nervous after going into labour but otherwise I was quite excited.”


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Chantelle told how she discovered she was expecting after going to her GP with “really bad” stomach pains. She said: “Me and Alfie went. The doctor asked me whether we had sex. I said yes and he said I should do a pregnancy test. He did the test and said I was pregnant. I started crying and didn’t know what to do.

“He said I should tell my mum but I was too scared.

“We didn’t think we would need help from our parents. You don’t really think about that when you find out you are pregnant. You just think your parents will kill you.”

But Penny figured out what was going on after buying Chantelle a T-shirt which revealed her swelling tum.

Chantelle admitted she and Alfie — who are both being supported by their parents — would be accused of being grossly irresponsible. She said: “We know we made a mistake but I wouldn’t change it now. We will be good loving parents.

“I have started a church course and I am going to do work experience helping other young mums.

“I’ll be a great mum and Alfie will be a great dad.”

Caring ... Alfie bottle feeds his little daughter

Caring ... Alfie bottle feeds his little daughter

Lee Thompson

Chantelle and Maisie were released from hospital yesterday. They are living with Penny, Chantelle’s jobless dad Steve, 43, and her five brothers in a rented council house in Eastbourne. The family live on benefits. Alfie, who lives on an estate across town with mum Nicola, 43, spends most of his time at the Steadmans’ house.

He is allowed to stay overnight and even has a school uniform there so he can go straight to his classes in the morning.

Alfie’s dad, who is separated from Nicola, believes the lad is scared deep down.

He said: “Everyone is telling him things and it’s going round in his head. It hasn’t really dawned on him. He hasn’t got a clue of what the baby means and can’t explain how he feels. All he knows is mum and dad will help.

“When you mention money his eyes look away. And she is reliant on her mum and dad. It’s crazy. They have no idea what lies ahead.”

Dennis, who works for a vehicle recovery firm, described Alfie as “a typical 13-year-old boy”.

He said: “He loves computer games, boxing and Manchester United.” Dennis, who has fathered nine kids, told how he was “gobsmacked” when he discovered Alfie was to be a dad, too.

He said: “When I spoke to him he started crying. He said it was the first time he’d had sex, that he didn’t know what he was doing and of the complications that could come.

“I will talk to him again and it will be the birds and the bees talk. Some may say it’s too late but he needs to understand so there is not another baby.”


Chantelle’s mum said: “I told her it was lovely to have the baby but I wish it was in different circumstances. We have five children already so it’s a big financial responsibility. But we are a family and will pull together and get through.

“She’s my daughter. I love her and she will want for nothing.”

Last night Michaela Aston, of the anti-abortion Christian charity LIFE, said: “We commend these teenagers for their courage in bringing their child into the world.

“At the same time this is symptomatic of the over-sexualisation of our youngsters and shows the policy of value-free sex education just isn’t working.”

Britain’s youngest known father is Sean Stewart. He became a dad at 12 when the girl next door, 15-year-old Emma Webster, gave birth in Sharnbrook, Bedford, in 1998. They split six months later.