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Assault on Precinct 13..

Feeling : Physically Bored, Mentally Pissed, Emotionally Missing

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Had Roti Canai for lunch today. Couldn't really taste the food arigato to my flu's common side-effect.

Then I watched "Assault on Precinct 13" with my brother. I downloaded the movie a couple of weeks ago. Despite the long and boring dialogue, it wasn't such a bad movie afterall.

Went for Add Maths tuition at 7pm. Gosh, I seriously think I'm going to flunk my Add Maths for SPM. *sob*

Borrowed "Ong Bak" on DVD from Michael just now. Was about to watch it until my youngest sis interrupted. She wanted to watch "The Sisters" on TV3. Just because the movie on that programme won't be repeated, I let her took over the remote control.

Is Multiply's server down today? It's so hard to log into the site. Even tried a few minutes ago but it loaded very slow. It's really annoying. *argh*

Will sleep after watching "Ong Bak."
I'm on a movie-spree! =p


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