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Of 3 Fat Virgins Unassembled and Adrian's Birthday

I just came home from a quirky play titled 3 Fat Virgins Unassembled in Sunway University College with Victoria, Vee Lyn, and Adrian. It was awesomely entertaining (considering that it's free admission and I have great interest in performing arts) and it worth every bit of my time and effort. The 4 multi-talented actresses were portraying women from all stages of life in the intention to render a message on confidence and self-esteem to the audience. I personally think they succeeded in accomplishing the objective.

^A scene from the play.
Photo courtesy of Adrian Kong.

I've so many things to blog about, especially about Kel Li's 21st birthday party two nights ago. I think I'll put it on pending till I get (or steal =P) a few decent pictures from the party.

On the other hand, I've just received a few photos from Adrian taken on his birthday celebration in Marche, The Curve on 8th September. I know that's like one freaking month ago, but what the heck, I'll just …


Didn't you want to hear
the sound of all the places we could go
Do you fear
the expressions on the faces we don't know
It's a cold hard road when you wake up
and I don't think that I
have the strength to let you go

Maybe it's just me, Couldn't you believe
that everything I said and did, wasn't just deceiving
And the tear in your eye, and your calm hard face
makes me wish that I was never brought into this place

There goes my ring
It might as well have been shattered
and I'm here to sing
about the things that mattered
about the things that made us feel alive for oh so long
about the things that kept you on my side when I was wrong

Maybe it's just me, Couldn't you believe
that everything I said and did, wasn't just deceiving
And the tear in your eye, and your calm hard face
makes me wish that I was never brought into this place

And someday, I promise I'll be gone
And someday, I might even sing this song
To you, I might even sing this song, to you
and I was crying…


I'm free and bored, so I think I should spend this rare opportunity doing nothing else but updating my uber outdated blog. LOL.

Once again, due to bad financial management, I'm broke for the month. Looks like its economy rice, no clubbing, no ciggies, and no (insert any appropriate unnecessary money-burning subject here) till I get my allowance again in November. Till then, it's sure gonna be hell for me since there are so many events I wanna attend and so many things I wanna do this month! Probably I should just sell my backside at Chow Kit Road. =

I just caught Jackie Chan's latest movie, Rob-B-Hood, with my sister at Sunway Pyramid in the afternoon. Just like most of Jackie's movies (especially A New Police Story), Rob-B-Hood was excellent! I admit I teared up a little in that movie - and you better don't call me a pussy, it's just that I'm a very heartful person. =)

^My sister forced me to pose my "puppy-dog eyes" while waiting at the traffic…

The only way is FORWARD

Sorry for the lack of updates (yes, again.. ><). I so wanted to blog on Thursday, but I couldn't because my internet was down over the past 4 days for some unknown reasons. Streamyx has been a little unreliable lately (or is it all the time?) and I bet I won't be the only one saying it.

(Hearing people shouting from a distance, "How about those days before Thursday itself!?")

OK fine, apart from the internet down thingy, reasons why I didn't feel like blogging over the past one week is probably because of the lack of motivation, or there's nothing to blog about. Life doesn't seem to be as interesting or happening lately. That's what I get for spending 90% of my allowance on the first 10 days of the month. Don't ask me how it happened, it just did. =

Anyway, for something different, instead of updating about the past, let's announce what's coming up!

For the hardcore party people:

Recharge: Revel4tion (ZoukFest)

Source :
Was …

It's not easy, to be, ME..

It seems like I've already abandoned my blog, but I haven't okay? I was a little too busy over the past 10 days that I couldn't even find time to blog. Looks like I'm currently updating my blog on weekly basis, which is not good; for I think I'm losing all my blogders! :(

The holidays have ended just a few days ago, and as usual, it's back to dragging myself back to college. College couldn't get any worse than having your assignments, homework, exams, and presentations all due in the week right after the holidays! I'm going a little more than crazy already. =S

Anyway, just like the usual blogging style of mine, it's time for updates! =)

Oh my, it has been quite some time already and I'm now scratching my head trying to recall what have happened then.
Oh, now I remember! Let's start with what happened after 12am on Monday!

Monday, September 11, 2006.

Vee Lyn and Penny sorta made me sneaked out of my house at 2am. Yes, those two crazy peeps were try…

Moving on..

"I was born... to tell you I love you..."
Haha, I'm going all emo listening to Your Call by Secondhand Serenade. It's like playing on repeat in my Winamp for the past few days and I'm still not sick of it yet. ;)

Alright, enough of emo-ness from the previous post. It's time for updates! Weee~

Tuesday, September 5, 2006.

It was another Merdeka for the A Level students of Taylor's College, because it's the final day before the start of a 12 days mid-semester break.

To celebrate it, my classmates and I had it on at the futsal pitch. Amazingly, I was on form that I actually scored 6 goals(which I don't when I normally play with my ex-highschoolmates)! Call me lucky or whatsoever, but I still scored 6 bloody goals! =P

At night, Shaz generously got us (a bunch of about 29 people consisted of mostly bloggers) complimentary tickets to Nacho Libre in Midvalley. If you're a super duper huge fan of Jack Black and nothing else, that's a movie worth catching…


I was looking through the collection of some of my old photos dated way back into 2003 which was when I first got my digital camera - when I found this:

This photo of a part of my room was taken at the end of 2004. Almost a couple of years has gone by and yet my room still hasn't change; only that it's much messier now.

I kinda like this particular amateur piece of mine, probably because it depicts all kind of feelings just by looking at it.

The atmosphere of this picture is quite serene, yet you can still feel a tinge of gloom inside. The unattended chair and computer portray emptiness. The subdued sunlight through the curtains captures the feeling of the bright and cheerful outdoors, yet darkness still roam inside the room.

I feel just the same.

Merdeka! Merdeka!! Merdeka!!!

Shit, I'm still suffering from my sorethroat and somehow it got even worst after I woke up this morning. Spending the past few days drinking and smoking in intolerable amount surely got my throat felt like it has been forcefully (and successfully) blocked with a bloody huge rock. The medicine the doctor prescribed me during my last visit on Tuesday just ran out this morning. I think I'll need to make another trip to the clinic soon.


Merdeka's eve night was spent in an uber patriotic mood. Proof?

(Photo courtesy of William Ng)
Hahahahahahahahahahaha! Hey! I meant it seriously okay? Mun Hoe, his other half, and his other half's friend were there as witnesses too!
We spent the countdown to our country's 49th Independence Day at Ambang Kemerdekaan which was held in Sunway Lagoon. Definitely not an event to look out for or even stay till the ending for the cool and happening youth, but in my opinion, the event went pretty good. In fact, I bet they still managed to i…

An MIA Update

First of all, I would like to thank all those whom comforted me about the loss of my phone. I really (yes, really) appreciate it.

I somehow managed to pester and bargain with my brother to lend me his Samsung X680 until the end of year - which I have about 4 months to save enough money to buy a new phone. I wonder if Sony Ericsson will release a brand new K850i by then.

Secondly, I would like to apologise for the short hiatus - which is about a week already? Dang! How time flies. Oh well, who cares anyway if I update or don't. I just don't feel motivated to blog without pictures, and almost all the images in my previous entries were actually taken on my beloved (and departed) camera-phone, which I lost exactly a week ago. I'm so sorry if I bore the hell out of you with an almost imageless post because photos are scarce without my K750i. =(

Tuesday, August 22, 2006.

At about 7pm, this was the day my phone got out of my sight once and for all. I met up with a few others later th…


My 8 months old Sony Ericsson K750i phone just got stolen last evening.

It was my first time experience of having a phone stolen, worst of all, happened on the first time I brought my phone with me to the basketball court on the first time in months I actually motivated myself to play basketball again. How fucked up can that be?

I wasn't much worried or bothered about the loss in terms of material, but instead the sentimental and emotional value stored in it.

Oh well, I'll just have to make myself learn the lesson, and think positively towards the loss just like how a friend of mine told me at the basketball court after the incident, "It might be a blessing in disguise."

Of Qbar and Petaling Street

Nicholas Lai's belated birthday celebration at Qbar was a little wild. 2 bottles of Black Label all majored to only 6 guys. I didn't get drunk, although I puked like mad. Probably because I forgot I haven't had my dinner and I drank a little too much that night.

^Our drinks. Sorry the place was too dark and my flash sucked.

Slept at 5am tipsy with neck and headaches but woke up at 11:55am in the morning feeling all fresh. Most of all, no hang-over! It's so weird, like WTF right?

Sent my sister to the airport at 2pm. She's going to Bangkok to meet up with my mom and bro who are already there since Friday. So it's only left to my other sister and me home-2lone(two people home-alone?) for the rest of the week.

At night, I met up with Penny at Baywatch. Then we headed down to KL to find a place to sit, chat, drink and eat. We ended up at the freaking filthy Petaling Street for some delicious Hokkien Mee. Can you believe that it was my first time there at night? By the …

Of ONE YEAR and Leo Installation

Today is a very special day for my blog and I.

Because the 19th of August 2006 marks the

1 Year Old Birthday

Can't believe how fast time flies, and it has already been a year since the creation of this blog. It wouldn't have made it this far if it wasn't for YOU, my loyal blogders (blog readers)! Terima kasih banyak-banyak! =)

I was surprised to have myself wakened up before noon today, because I slept around 4am this morning. At 2pm, I attended the Region 5 South and North Leo Club Joint Installation in Sri Sedaya. My sister Victoria was the new incoming President for her club, whilst the other sister Vanessa held the incoming Funding Director. Now, I guess there is no need to use the word "incoming" anymore.

Since I'm in a rush to head on to QBar for a friend's belated birthday celebration, I'll just post a few pictures from the event.

^This is not a camwhore picture, because this was taken just to make sure whether I look proper bef…

Updated! :)

LOL, my blogging-spree ended just after I mentioned it.

Let's see what happened over the past few days.

I was in college just for one class on Thursday. After the first class early in the morning, I went to a clinic nearby to have a check-up on my usual morning sinus. I basically had that problem for almost every morning over the past 4 years. Only yesterday did I realised that it has taken its toll on me because my concentration in class was affected so badly - and that every time it leaked, I felt like pulling my whole nose out from my face! So, then was when I decided to bring my first sinus problem to the clinic.

My visit to the clinic that morning brought me home with an MC letter and bad news - I was diagnosed with Allergic Rhinitis. If I didn't go through treatment now, I would have to suffer from the chronic life-long Sinusitis later on.

Thus, I will have to spray this into both my nostrils twice a day, continuously for the next THREE MONTHS! :

^The thirty-bucks shit-green-…

Joel's Birthday

It looks like I'm on blogging-spree. This normally happen when I'm all stressed up or being pressured over something, which in this case, college.

I met Nizam this afternoon after college. OMG he looked so different already!
^This was taken a year ago.

And this was shot today:
I almost couldn't recognise him when he came by Asia Cafe with Haravinth. This is to conclude that people do mature physically but it depends on time.

Today's Joel's birthday and we went to "celebrate" it at Sunway Pyramid after college. We watched the movie "Click" and had dinner at Hartz Chicken Buffet.

Seriously, I think you should try catching the movie Click featuring Adam Sandler, because the movie's TEH RAWKS.

^The birthday boy at Hartz Chicken Buffet.

**Please proceed with caution. Image contains mild nudity**

^Hooray to Joel for being a good sport in showing us the after-effect from his birthday 'BASH' we gave him after class this evening. I sort of pity him, I…

OMG Earthquake!

Not the real earthquake lah; but Swensen's Giant Earthquake!

I believe in the need to pamper oneself with fattening and mouth-watering treats/desserts at least once a week. =D

^At Swensen's Subang Parade, the lovebirds at background are Michael and Jin Li.

^I think this picture's kinda weird. From the picture it seems that I was acting distortively cute, but honestly I wasn't at all! =P

^Michael working on his gestures that never fails to entertain everyone around him on this adorable little cherry.

I'm feeling a little lazy to write what's on my mind now so I guess this is where it ends. Time for bed. Good night.

Image-less post?

Have you come across the tag/meme/survey shit that goes something like this:

If you comment on this post:

     1. I’ll respond with something random about you.

     2. I’ll challenge you to try something.

     3. I’ll pick a color that I associate with you.

     4. I’ll tell you something I like about you.

     5. I’ll tell you my first/clearest memory of you.

     6. I’ll tell you what animal you remind me of.

     7. I’ll ask you something I’ve always wanted to ask you.

8. If I do this for you, you must re-post this on your blog.

I bumped into it in Penny's blog, and I left a comment.

And this was her reply:
1. You’re such a nice guy.. maybe sometimes too nice? winkwink :P PPP
2. Try to stop smoking and stop dotaing and stop cs-ing and not skip class.. wuahahhaha
3. Black.. cuz u look stylo
4. You’re always so willing to help your friends in need without question.. and you were there for me when i was emoing.. but still.. BASTARD (inside ‘joke’)
5. Shit.. that was like.. 14 years ago.. HAHAHHA …

The END of WeekENDs

How's the new template? I changed the background colour and header picture to resolve the lag in my page load. Kind of plain, but sometimes simple is beauty. I'm still halfway constructing my template though. I might also end up using the old skin again.

Please do comment on the new template alright? Thanks a bunch.


Kel Li and I went to Cathay Cineleisure last night to catch "The Break Up". Just like the how obvious the storyline could be just by simply reading the title of the movie, its typical comedy romance plot has a slow advancement for the first three quarter of the film. I'll give the movie a rating of 6.5 out of 10. Not your looking-forward-to-watch-it-with-your-other-half but more of a watch-it-with-your-other-half-and-knock-them-into-their-senses kind of movie. Go catch it and you'll get what I mean.

After the movies we headed to Jazz Fest in Plaza Mont Kiara to meet up with the others (bloggers).
It was my first time to a Jazz Fest, but honestly Ja…

Of Wing's and Moonshine

At last I managed to get my ass out of the house last night after a week long of being "kwai chai" at home. Natalia accompanied me through-out the night around KL and Damansara.

First stop was Wing's Cafe in Jalan Sultan Ismail, KL. A dear friend of mine, Reuben Kang, was emo-fying a live acoustic performance that night.

I picked Nat at 8 and off we headed to the City of Confusing Roads. Being the noobs of KL roads, we lost our way for about 20 minutes. We somehow managed to find the aforementioned place with both our senses of directions and driving instincts combined.

We arrived just in time for Reuben's performance.

Reubs on the "stage"(?).Awful talented boy. He's got a really nice voice and he writes his own songs! Good stuff :)

^*Nat and I.

After his performance, we headed down to Laundry in The Curve for Moonshine to meet up with Penny and a few other bloggers. Moonshine is sort of a monthly event in Laundry where various local homemade bands jam an…