Thursday, June 30, 2005


Ok I'm blogging to wash my boredome away. I'm waiting for midnight to come, I wanna watch One Tree Hill! Ok, I'm probably going to fall asleep in class tomorrow, but who cares? Yay! Tomorrow is Friday already! That is fast! The first week of school is gone!

Wednesday, June 29, 2005


WooT! The two duets, aka Suryana and Farhanah, just made S. Freakz proud!! They entered the Malay Talentime and they got 2nd place!! Farhanah wasn't satisfied, but at least they they deserved the title! Not only that, but Farhanah was made a councillor!! She's officially a councillor next week!!!

They were the first one up the stage, and they were so shocked, ,and Suryana was like so blur! Honestly, I was sooooooooooooooooooooooo damn scared when they went up the stage to perform! Suryana faltered at first, but then soon she got her courage back, and Farhanah was like made for the stage! I screamed and cheered for them as loud as I could all the time, until my throat was so hoarse!!!

My best friend from my primary school gave me a nice sleek black wallet. It's damn nice! Thanks Sha~!

Ugh. I'm already going back home late on the FIRST WEEK of school! Stuff and bother.

My family suscribed to digital cable few days ago. It's soo cool! You can play GAMES there! There are other functions too of course.. Hm... There's the Video Mosaic Button, which allows you to preview ALL channel at once, and the Info Button, which states the show's info, like the title, time and the sysnoses. The TV Guide gives you access to information such as the program schedules, sypnoses, cast and crew and available audio tracks, and the Alert Program which allows you to set up reminders to alert you when your favourite programmes are about to start. Cool huh?

My father went to laser his eyes last Tuesday. It's soooo expensive for a fast job! My family is going broke man! His going to laser another eye next week.. Haiz. Another thousand bucks gone.

Oh yea just now, during the Malay Talentime, a cute little lost sparrow came into the hall, flying everywhere. Before it found it's way out, it swooped down to this older guy sitting in front of us. He screamed and almost toppled over in his chair. Fancy a guy scared of a little bird!! Me and Mardiana had a good laugh. My stomach hurt laughing so hard! We can't stop laughing for a long time until Farhanah told us to 'chill and give him a break'!!

Sunday, June 26, 2005

Random Rants

So now I'm the HTML and Web helper. I helped one of my friends with his blog, and just yesterday I help Shell with her guestmap. She was frustrated because the code Bravenet gave her didn't seem to work.... "everything is there, but the link that says "click here to view guest map" doesn't do anything....but the other stupid one that links you to the map site works fine........sure, cuz it's free advertising" she told me.

I helped her and she was ecstatic, as seen by my tagboard and told me to "be the first one posted on the map. Bravenet people don't count." So I did, and needless to say, not counting the "bravenet people", I was the first one to post.

Mardiana told me that she lost her watch during the barbeque outing with her band friends last Thursday. She and her band friends were throwing rocks, seeing who can throw higher. He last attempt was the best, and it so happens that her watch was also flung into the sea.

AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!! School is opening officially opening in a few hours time!!! Hols end too fast! It's stupid really, when I was bored during the holidays, I longed for school, and when there's school, I wished for a holiday. How ironic.

Anyway there was choir on last Friday. I waited HALF AN HOUR for Suryana and Farhanah, only to waste my time. I wasn't exactly happy at that moment. Well, it's their lost. They missed quite a lot. We've done Let It Shine! until the end, and we're learning a new foreign song, Te Quiero, which means I Adore You. I think I'm gonna do graphics again. I missed doing them. I volunteered to do a blogskin for my sister but she doesn't know what kind of layout she wants. Oh yes, by the way, another friend of mine asked me about blogskin a few minutes ago.... ZzzZ -.-

Oh yes this morning I got ready for my religious class. I was getting dressed in my sister's room (who, as usual, is sleeping like a log). My sharp eye spotted a lizard on the wall, near my sister's head (her bed is against the wall by the way). I kept an eye the lizard, debating whether or not to wake my sister up. The sight of her screaming her head of would be fun, but I decided to let her sleep. But the lizard thought otherwise. It crept nearer to my sis, and I just had to wake her up. I shouted, "Wake up! Got lizard! Wake up!"

She immediately jumped off the bed in panic and shrieked. She wasn't wearing her glasses and she couldn't see the lizard. I took my eyes off the lizard for a while and told my sister put on her specs. Then I moved my eyes to the wall, and guess what. The lizard is no longer there!

My sister was paranoid. She shook her blanket, just to make sure the lizard wasn't there. She took a long time to settle down to sleep AGAIN.

Thursday, June 16, 2005


Found these jokes at DollieCrave..

A True Senior Moment
An elderly couple had dinner at another couple's house, and
after eating, the wives left the table and went into the
kitchen. The two elderly gentlemen were talking, and one said,
"Last night we went out to a new restaurant, and it was really
great. I would recommend it very highly."

The other man said, "What is the name of the restaurant?"

The first man thought and thought and finally said, "What is the
name of that flower you give to someone you love? You know...
the one that is red and has thorns."

"Do you mean a rose?"

"Yes," the man said and then he turned toward the kitchen and
yelled, "Rose, what's the name of that restaurant we went to
last night?"

Things a Mother would never say.
1.How on earth can you see the TV sitting so far back?
2.Yeah, I used to cut class a lot too.
3.Let me smell that shirt - don't worry, it's good for another week.
4.Go ahead and keep that stray dog, honey. I'll be glad to feed
and walk him every day.
5.That outfit isn't sexy enough, here, unbutton your blouse.
6.Why don't you hitchhike? It would totally be cheaper.
7.The curfew is just a general time to shoot for. It's not like
I'm running a prison around here.
8.Don't clean your room so often. It makes the rest of the house look bad.
9.Can I borrow your new speed metal CDs?
10.Naw, you don't have to call me, I'll eventually figure it out if you're in trouble.

Oink Quack
A big, fat lady walks into a bar with a duck under her arm.
The bartender says," Hey, where'd you get the pig." She says,
"It's not a pig it's a duck." He says, "I was talking to the

He is not stupid!
Mrs. White asked her 4th grade class if they thought they were stupid and, if so, to please stand.
Little Jimmy stood up, alone.
Mrs. White said, "Jimmy, do you really think you're stupid?"
"No," Jimmy said. "But I didn't want you standing up there alone."

Confused Child
Little Johnny came home from school with a note from his teacher saying that Johnny was having trouble telling the difference between boys and girls, and would his mother please sit down and have a talk with Johnny about this. So Johnny's mother takes him quietly by the hand upstairs to her bedroom, and closes the door.
"First, Johnny, I want you to take off my blouse",she said, so Johnny unbuttons her blouse
and takes it off. "O.K., now take off my skirt", and he takes off her skirt. "Now take off my
bra", which he does.
"And now, Johnny, please take off my panties". Johnny finishes removing these too.
His mother then says, "Johnny, PLEASE don't wear any of my clothes to school anymore!

The seal
A mother and her young son returned from the grocery store and began putting away the groceries.
The boy opened the box of animal crackers and spread them all over the table.
"What are you doing," his mother asked
"The box says you can't eat them if the seal is broken," the boy explained. "I'm looking for the seal."

The nice guy
A lady and her baby get on a bus. The bus driver looks at the lady, and then her baby, and then screams, "AHHHH! That's the ugliest child I've ever seen in my life!"
The lady then, totally disgusted, marches up to the back of the bus to sit down.
As she was sitting there absolutely furious, a man asks, "Are you ok, dear?"
The lady replies, "I'm so angry, that bus driver just insulted me."
The man says, "You go back up there and give that bus driver a piece of your mind, and I'll watch your monkey."

Wednesday, June 15, 2005


wOOt! Only Maths left!! Lalalala.. Wakakaka.. Ok I'm so bored. What to do.. Play Road Rash? Hmm.. Long time no play.. Read book? Later.. Watch tv? Can't.. My grandmother is hogging it..

Oh yes I watch Miss Universe last night.. It was Peru, I THINK, that nearly fall during the SwimSuit parade. It was so embarrassing... And funny.. But yea seriously, I felt so embarrassed for her. Lucky she didn't fall. That would be worse..

A PennY FoR YouR ThoughtS

Okay, only 15 days to school. What a boring holiday. OH SHIT I forgot to watch Buffy The Vampire Slayer yesterday!! *Mental note* Remember to watch today.

Mmm... Let's see what homework I have. Maths and Lit. I reckon I will do Lit first. I have yet to practice my Maths. Groans.

My sister managed to ask my father for a holiday with us. He told us to choose a location. As if we will have time to go, school will be opening in two weeks time!

For your information, I'm writing this is my handphone. I can't get to sleep, it's midnight now. I can hear the midnight news blasting on the radio in my grandmother's room next door.

-written at 12.02 am.

Tuesday, June 14, 2005

LoveLy MemorieS

I just came back from the airport. We went there to meet our relatives who are departing for Jeddah. We did not stay long though, as my sister had to meet a friend. So my father sent her to Parkway Parade and me home.

On the way home, we took a route that bypass my primary school best friend's house at Amber Garden. To my pleasant surprise, my father remembered. "Turn left and you will reach Scarlett's house right? Amber Garden?" he said.

Then we drove pass the old Haig Girl's School (my primary school). I looked at the creepy building and felt a pang as I remembered myself as a kid (7 and 8 years old) in that eerie building. The times when me and my friend played there, the times when our imagination ran wild on every rainy day, the times when we hung out at the bookshop buying some mumbo jumbo there, the fun we had.

I remembered once when it rained and flooded. We were having Malay lessons in the small building separating from the main building itself. Some of my friends were excited and gave excuses that they wanted to go to the toilet, so they can walk barefooted in the flood. I did nothing of the sort though.

I used to miss my school bus a couple of times because I was in the canteen, where it was located at quite a distance from the gate. Luckily though, I managed to get a ride from one of my friends or another.

Then we passed the new Haig Girl's School building, of which I studied there when I was 9 - 12 years old. I gazed at it, and felt another pang. It was so deserted, so peaceful. That was the building in which I had made real friends. The 3 of us did everything together. We were, as you can say, inseparable.

There was one period of time, in the holidays, in which we had to come back to shool. It was Primary 6. Me and Scarlett, being animal lovers, often come earlier to meet the 4 dogs that were always walking and playing in the field nearby. Raki, a lovely golden retriever, and Spot, an energetic King Charles Spaniel, belongs to one family. A black French bulldog and another little brown dog, forgot what breed, belongs to another. I forgot both of the dogs name, pity.

Spot and Raki lived in a big house behind our school, that overlooked from our classroom. We sat beside the window and often gazed out, searching for the dogs in the big garden. When we heard a sharp bark, we would immediately crane our necks to see the garden below.

If only Prim ary 6 was forever....

StupiD PhonE CallS

Okay, so what's with these phone calls?? What phone calls, you ask? Well, the phone rings and you rush to pick it up just to hear the dial tone. It's very irritating, especially when you are the one who rushes to pick up the phone. Apparently, my friend is a victim too. Is it a prank call or is there something wrong with the centre?

Michael Jackson..... Innocent?!?!?

AHHH! *hides under rock* MICHAEL JACKSON IS INNOCENT!!!!!! AHHH!!! ARE THEY CRAZY!!! HIDE THE CHILDREN!!! OMG! I can't believe it!

" "This is going to be the worst part of the trial, even though he has been concerned about being vilified and the untruths that he has had to sit here and listen to," he said.

The jurors in the Michael Jackson child abuse case have ended their first hours of deliberations, and now have a weekend break.

Earlier today, the jury heard the closing arguments in the bitter four-month trial.

Jackson, 46, has pleaded not guilty to 10 charges of molesting his teenage accuser in 2003.

He faces more than 20 years in prison if he is convicted.

Jackson's spokeswoman Ramone Bain says although the trial itself was difficult, the wait for the verdict will be worse.

"This is going to be the worst part of the trial, even though he has been concerned about being vilified and the untruths that he has had to sit here and listen to," he said.

" This is the hardest part now, the waiting game."

Earlier, Judge Rodney Melville told the eight women and four men of the panel to start their deliberations by selecting a foreperson.

"You are not partisans or advocates in this matter, you are the impartial judges of the facts," he told them.

The trial judge told jurors each one of them must strive to make up their minds, but also warned them not to hesitate to change their opinions if they felt it was right.

Judge Melville also told Jackson he could remain at his Neverland estate until a verdict is reached.

"Mr Jackson, I have no problem with you being at your residence," he said.

The jury was sent out after prosecutor Ron Zonen wrapped up his rebuttal of the defence closing arguments.

"You just witnessed the seven worst minutes of this young man's life,"

Mr Zonen said after playing a video for jurors of a police interview with Jackson's alleged victim filmed in July 2003.

Jackson's chief defence lawyer earlier urged jurors to acquit the singer, saying the case was built on "lies, innuendo and exaggeration".

After four months of court proceedings, Thomas Mesereau said the family of Jackson's teenage sex accuser were liars and scam artists and that prosecutors had failed to prove the singer's guilt.

He accused prosecutors of telling jurors of alleged previous and uncharged cases of sex abuse by Jackson only to smear the star.

Message From Michael Jackson's Parents/Family:

We wish to thank the fans, for their zealous support for our son. Without the supporting fans, we wouldn't have been able to get through these days, and final days. The parents of Michael wish for all to know, that they appreciated their voices as they leave their vehicles to enter the court. They are pleased to hear the words, "Fight Fight, Michael, Fight." They wish for all the fans -- supporters that come to the court in Santa Maria, to know that they thank you, and that they love you all.

Wow I can't believe they said he's innocent. Well, I don't know about that but I know he's a psycho.


I watched Ever After AGAIN on Star Movies last night. Must have been my 100th time wathing the show! But I love it, and I like Drew Barrymore too.. The first time I watched it was maybe.. 3 years back? I like these kind of movie, like Ella Enchanted...

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Monday, June 13, 2005

HeavY BuM?

Oh yea I forgot to post about this. Last Sunday, I went to religious class. It was sOOooOOo BORING! I didn't even pay attention! I read a book! LOL!! I only stop reading when she recite some prayers.

There was a girl sitting infront of me. She looks like the friendly type. Probably a year older than me. Anyway I was daydreaming of nothing when suddenly the girl gave out a startled cry. The seat of her chair broke down and her butt was half through the rim of the chair with no support. I really really really wanted to laugh out loud, but miraculously, I managed to bottled it in. Ok I can barely type, just remembering the incident makes me howl in laughter...

GobLet of Fire

Oh yea, I forgot to mention, you can view the GoF trailer here. You need QuickTime for it though.

The trailer looks sooo cool I can't wait to watch it! Takes a long time to buffer though. I suddenly remembered that Harry's robes are black. NOW I remembered, it's supposed to be GREEN isn't it?? "To match Harry's eyes" was the reason Mrs Weasly gave. Lucky I didn't realise it sooner, it will irk me. I know these are all small details, but I prefer if the movie stick as close as possible to the book...

Oh yea.. Hermione's wearing a DRESS when she's supposed to wear dress ROBES.

Another reason that irk me.

But hey, but just because I'm complaining doesn't mean I can't sit back and enjoy the show~! =)

While you are here, might as well view this. You'll see scenes you have never seen before and interviews of the trio.

GobLet Of FirE Movie

Arghhh I just heard that Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire movie is only 3 hours!! WHAT??!?! Only 3 HOURS?? How are they possibly going to include all the info??
i feel like thrashing something in frustration.

What's been cut:
1. The SPEW storyline
2. Opening scene with the Dursleys
3. The Hogwarts express (there are shots of it, but nothing in the train,)
4. The wand weighing

What's still in:
1. Creepy opening scene with Voldemort, Wormtail and Nagini
2. The Dark Mark scene
3. The "Potter Stinks" bit, the skrewts, the horntail challenge
4. The merpeople challenge
5. The final challenge, although the spider may NOT be in it
6. The Sphinx, Dobby, Winky, the Portkeys, Crouch freaking out, the Pensieve scene and Cedric's end

Things that are drastically cut:
1. Yule Ball
2. Quidditch World Cup
3. Rita Skeeter stuff
4. Harry stressing over the egg clue
5. Snape scenes
6. Hagrid and Maxine love story (it's there, but just reduced to a few brief moments for humor)
7. Dumbledore's humor

Arghhh i wanna see the Yule Ball and the Quidditch World Cup! and the Hogwarts express.. I dunno why but i always liked seeing them in the train..

The Guru

I watched The Guru with my mum last night, until 1 am. Very funny show, it's a comedy. But I don't wonder why it's rated 16..

Ahhh bored. Bored. BORED!! What to do? Besides blogging my boredome out. Eat? Hmmm.. I haven't eaten my lunch yet. I'll do that now.

Saturday, June 11, 2005

whaT a TimE!

Yesterday, I went to school to decorate my class. We got ready to go at 5.45 evening, but by the time we finished clearing up the class, it was 6.15! We got up to go home, but guess what! All the gates are locked! We were in deep fix. My friend, I can see, was panicking. Luckily, we saw Ms Ang and she hailed out to her. She found a teacher who had the keys and soon we were on the way home....

Friday, June 10, 2005

HapPy BirThdAy

So yesterday was my birthday. At midnight, some of my friends wished me a happy birthday. I love being 13! To think now I'm 14. Bleh.

The following morning, I went online as usual. 2 of my friends had kindly dropped me a testimonial each, wishing me happy birthday, and people were MSN Messaging me wishing me a happy birthday too.. I didn't even know some of them knew when my birthday was.

My friend from the past, Shell, sent me a greeting card. How thoughtful.. My father came in the afternoon to deliver a nice a delicious birthday cake. It was chocolate! Yum yum. I cut a slice for him too, and I'm gonna give another one to Mardiana today. He also gave a a hundred bucks for my birthday money. =]

My sister bought me a whole set of The Mediator books by Meg Cabot, except for the last one which the store did not have the stock or something, and my mum bought me a nice black OP tee. Actually I went to Parkway with her the day before my birthday and she bought for me that cuz I wanted it..

Around evening I SMSed my Malay teacher about the outing, and she postponed it to the 22nd! Bummer! Must wait long long til I get my present!

Anyway I slept around 1 plus last night. I stayed up late watching Lost and One Tree Hill. Cool movies, both of them are. Guess Thursdays are not that bad after all...

Wednesday, June 08, 2005


Wow.. Lucky I can open my Internet Explorer again. Last night I found that some shit creeped into my computer, set up a new connection in my computer(although I didn't realise that yesterday), and I as a result, even though I had my internet modem connected, I can't go to any webbies....

Just now I had a look again. I fiddled with the Internet Settings, then I found out the new connection installed in my computer.. So I quickly remove it... Duh?

Hmmm today I'm going out to Parkway to buy some stuff for my birthday treat. WEEEEEEE.. I'm sooo going to buyy some new clothes!

Just tried Mangosteen... Bleh.. Don't think I will be eating it again.

Monday, June 06, 2005

SomE RamblingS

Wow.. There are a few people out there who are on drugs. Lucky I am not a victim of the 'weird tagboard messages'. 1st was Yana, who had the message "'hmm... s. l.u.t'" from a birdbrain who calls himself 'watching'.
And now Fana, who recently had a message dropped by 'kim wakerman':

kim wakerman: B.I.T.C.H
kim wakerman: dont say that i suck u 1*beep*2

What the hell is this fella talking about?
maybe "dont say that i suck u 1*beep*2" is "don't say that i suck. you want f*** too"??

Oh well anyway... My friend told me of this funny site. Check it out!

Sunday, June 05, 2005

The InterneT is ShiT

I found this over the net. And I think it's rubbish.

The internet is shit.

It is vitally important that we all realize this and move on. People (eg Bloggers) go on and on about how wonderful it is. About how much information is out there in cyberspace. About the way that everything is within reach in just a few clicks of their

Oh? Well, if internet IS shit, which it ISN'T, why are you posting this on the net then?? Guess the net has some use after all huh??

For instance:

"If I can operate Google, I can find anything... Google, combined with Wi-Fi, is a little bit like God. God is wireless, God is everywhere and God sees and knows everything. Throughout history, people connected to God without wires. Now, for many questions in the world, you ask Google, and increasingly, you can do it without wires, too."

Alan Cohen, V.P. of Airespace, a new Wi-Fi provider, New York Times, 6/29/03

I can name 20 people from my old school class who aren't in Google. I can walk into any public library, no matter how tiny and underfunded, and find facts, stories, amazing information I would never touch in a month of webcrawling. I can go into a bar and hear stories Usenet hasn't come close to in its 22 years of waffle. "Oh but what about the stuff you CAN get on the web?" the netheads say. But they're missing the point.

Well, having your ass stuck to the computer chair is much better than living in the library isn't it? Or am I wrong? Well, just set up a camp bed and live in the library over a week, without going out of the building. See how you feel. Boring isn't it? Unless you are the blockhead who only lives on books. At least when we have the net access, we can play fun games, as well as do our whatever research we have..

Oh yes, they are not missing the point. They are just pointing out the good point.

While we ascribe every first-world miracle to the electronic age, there's something truly missing that we once had in our grasp: our sense of wonder. Back in 1995, we were surprised, agog when things appeared on the net. People starting going around saying 'wow, this could really become something'. Slowly (very slowly at 16kbps), strange websites, new information, odd diversions and discussions with people around the world appeared in this brave new world. Each time it was met with surprise and delight, even if some of it was deeply obscure and slightly dull. There was no doubting the potential of the medium.

And look what we've done with it. Food wrappers and soap operas now tell us to visit their websites. Money is pumped online by people who can't even spell HTML. All manner of pointless and irritating content is continually poured down the infinite hole of data, unfiltered and over-appreciated. In accepting freedom of speech, we can't hide from its consequences - which in this case is millions of terabytes of unreliable information, badly designed and clumsily written. We have failed our own creation and given birth something truly awful. We're just too busy cooing over the pram to notice.

We need to start again. We need to stop saying how wonderful things are. We need to openly, truthfully and respectfully admit that the internet itself, in almost all of what's been done with it, is shit.

We can just ignore these people who "made our creation into something awful" or can we not?
Internet is NOT shit. It maybe boring at times, when we see the same old thing, but that's not the net's fault isn't it? It's ours. There are more interesting sites out here. We just didn't make time to search for it. If you haven't tried, you'll never know, would you? The fact is, the net IS a wonderful creation. You just did not accept this point of view.

Anyway, 'saying how wonderful things are' is just one of the form of being optimistic.... Or, things ARE wonderful, but that's just one side of how you look at things.

Let me give you one example. Life is wonderful. Agreed? Or not? Well, life IS wonderful, yet life SUCKS. A lot of people keep saying how life sucks, and they mean it, sure. But their hearts don't. Next time when you hear someone saying life sucks, tell them to end their life by jumping of the building. I dare say that person value his or her life too much to kill him/herself on purpose.

It's funny really. All my friends who do not have the internet are DYING to have it, yet this 'internet-is-shit' person hates it. This is the first person I've come across the net, who ironically, hate the net. Weird.


Has anyone seen this site? It's inspirational. Not to mention creative. Check it out! One of the secrets I liked was

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I can totally understand this. Its sad really, how parents don't understand their children isn't it? This person must have been really depressed and frustrated towards the parents for not keeping an open mind.

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This is one of the saddest ones there. I've always pitied people who have a prick for their father. I've always wondered how can he even be a father in the first place.

Anyway, I've watched Dawn Of The Dead last night. I thought it would be scary, seeing as it is NC 16. Well, the intro was really damn scary. So naturally, I thought it would be. But guess what? The show is really really crappy. I guess it disappointed me. It didn't help that it is a lousy VCD and there is people clapping and laughing at every little thing in the background. -.-

DistanT CousiNs?

My father just told me that "I have a lot of distant cousins". Very... er... useful info.. Apparently I have over hundreds, all over the world. Okay well, specifically Australia and Malaysia. And I only have about 50 or so 'not-so-distant cousins'.

Umm... I don't even know who are my not-so-distant cousins.. Most of them anyway. I know a few who are more outgoing, but we still don't go "Hi! What's up?! Long time no see!" when we see each other, which is only once a year during Hari Raya.

And I don't expect to know my distant cousins if I don't even know my supposedly close cousins, do you? It's sad really, that we (read: me and my sis) don't mix around with them. We just sit quietly on our own minding our business.

Well, I have a few cousins whom I am close to though. And we often play computer together when visiting lol

Saturday, June 04, 2005

B O R i N G!


So it's back to the old days, when I used to read Enid Blyton's adventure and mystery books. Nowadays, I keep reading books by Meg Cabot. Ok yea, her books are damn nice, but her style of writing couldn't be more different than Enid Blyton's. I particularly like the 5 Find-Outers and Dog, and Malory Towers by Enid Blyton. Ugh, I feel a pang writing this. I guess I'm going to read the 5 Find-Outers again.


Anyway, enough about books.

I don't know what's going on in the frigging head of my friend. Ugh..

Sorry that was just my random rambles. I'm not going to say anymore on the subject. Shouldn't have wrote that. Not exactly in a good mood now.

Thursday, June 02, 2005


So just now, we had maths again. This time it was until 4. After that, me and Mardiana wanted to go to Popular to buy stuff for the class decoration. We were going down when Miss Ho called us and asked us if we minded helping Ms Ang, the Sec 2 dean, sorting out the letters for the pre-streaming. We wanted to say no, but it would be kinda rude so we just said okay~

So basically, we have to put in letters into envelopes and label the envelopes with the stickers that had the appropriate name on it. We had to do TWO classes, but with Mardiana's help, we had it done in no time.

So I thought, Yippie! Can go off finally!

Boy, was I so ever wrong.

We still had to glue to envelope sealed and paste stamps on it. It was around 6 plus when we are done. And we got a lollipop each.

But amidst the inconvenience, it was actually fun to do it.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005


I planned to go to school at 9 in the wee hours in the morning for choir. Okay, it wasn't literally the 'wee hours' but still, it's early. I was in the bus, reaching the stop when one of my friend SMSed me, telling me that the Maths remedial today was at NINE and not at TEN, which I thought it was. I asked a few people and they confirmed with me it was at 9. I called Mardiana, and guess what, she was still sleeping! Hey don't forget to thank me for waking you up!

So I went for the Maths remedial instead of choir. It was okay, and we had a quick break. Then the lesson continued, then to fast forward, end of lesson. But some of us needed to stay back until FOUR for more practice. Miss Ho gave us an hour's break, and I went with Suryana, Mardiana and Danial for lunch at McDonald's.

We ordered our food then me and Mardiana went to the ladies to wash our hand. Mardiana blew her nose there, and I saw her snot flying from her nose and landed on the edge of the sink! I told Mardiana and we were laughing our head off! I didn't want to see more of her snot so I went off first, still laughing hard.

Anyway, after finishing our food, me and Dan went back to school while Suryana and Mardiana went to Popular to buy stuff for the class decoration. Danial kept complaining of stomach ache (as USUAL) and walked like a duck throughout the long looong LOOOOONG journey back to school. Well, it wasn't that far, but it must be hard isn't it, having bad stomach ache and walking like a duck.

Oh yea, did I mentioned that he farted? I dont think so. Well, now you know.

Once we entered the school, he sat down on the drain because he caanot tahan the pain. Finally, we got into the room where we were supposed to meet.

We sat with He Wei and Zhan Shuo. He Wei kept talking to himself, and even Miss Ho noticed and told him, "He Wei, dont talk to yourself, it's a bad habit".

But still, He Wei kept talking to himself, and Miss Ho said out loud, "He Wei, why do you keep on talking to yourself? Practising your English ah??" The class broke in laughter hearing this.

But he was so noisy and distracting. No wonder Danial's grades fell. LOL. There was one part when he yawned and Danial said that he sounded like a hippopotamus. Then I realised that he really really sounded like a hippo. And my memory flashed back to last year when the guys called him "Hema" which is a river horse... Aka hippo. And he thought Hema is sea horse.. And we told him "our chinese are better than yours" LOL... HHHMMMMMMMMMMMMMmmmmmmm Maybe I'll start calling him Hema too......