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. Thanks again dude for the tix!
Wednesday, September 6, 2006.
Guo Heng had this small BBQ gathering at his place for final meet up before he leaves for UK again to resume college. You should check out his new house, it's HUGE!
^Group picture of the few of us that stayed till 12am.
(Photo courtesy of Guo Heng)
Haha, I just can't wait till the next time he's back in Malaysia again; I just miss chatting with him about life, career, and love. LOL~
Thursday, September 7, 2006.
I was sort of dragged by Natalia to attend the Sharity (Sharing + Charity?) event thing in Sunway College; although I've already planned of going alone earlier. =P While waiting for her to finish her class, I met up with a few of my ex-highschoolmates, namely Eu Jean, Amanullah, and Shao Min. It has been quite awhile since I last met up with this bunch of people for some catching-up and gossips session. Hehe~
Oh and guess what? Nat forced me to do some manicure!!! OMG, I still can't believe how I actually gave in to her psycho persuasion!
^Can you guess which thumb is whose? =P
(Photo courtesy of Nat)
Can you tell the difference between mine and Vincent's? If you can't, it either means Vincent's hands are gay... OR mine are manly?! Nono, Vin's hands are gay, definitely. Hehe. And fatter too. Fatty bom.Grrrr~ >:( Nat, you wait!
Oh, and I bumped into Cheryl and a few other bloggers! Now the "ketakhadiran jodoh" curse has been broken, no? =P
Friday, September 8, 2006.
Had breakfast with Nat at Asia Cafe (yes, of all places) before I sent her to college and back.
At night, the "emo-pies" (the group of people I hung-out alot with after SPM) celebrated Adrian's birthday with dinner at Marche, The Curve, and then clubbing at Qbar.
Here comes another shout-out:
Hope you enjoyed yourself that night, and remember, hengtai forever! LOL~
Saturday, September 9, 2006.
Thousand apologies again to Yee Leng for being an hour late for our lunch appointment. *Shows puppy-dog eyes*
Saturday night was a blast! Hehe~ As some of you should know, Speedzone Tour was raving in Sepang. I hitched Samuel's ride there, and met up with Slinky and the rest. It was awesome considering that it was the first rave I attended (yes, I am a party-noob!). Hahaha~
After the rave, William brought the whole bunch of us that were still there to a mamak called Hassan in Cyberjaya. According to him, it's the "Asia Cafe" of Cyberjaya. Quite a not-so-happening place to me, although they do serve good nasi campur. Reached home at about 5 and slept at 6:30am waiting for poor Samuel's 1989 Honda Prelude to cool down from an unknown reason of over-heating.
Sunday, September 10, 2006.
Met up with Vee and Penny at McDonald's Drive-thru, SS15 in the evening to chill and pass time. Then it was dinner with Keng Heng and Ronny at William's, before coming back to a field nearby in USJ for an emo chatting session.
Yes, lately I've been spending lots of time just chilling at quiet and peaceful places chatting about life and love with really close friends. Sometimes we can just relate our problems to others and extract solutions based on their experiences; because in my very own opinion, we're not very good advisors to our own problems. Basically everyone needs someone to listen to their problems to get things off their chests. In highschool, I used to be a person whom keep things all to himself; and that projected the image of me being a carefree and happy-go-lucky person. I guess that's history and I'm not that kind of person anymore.
Oh do you all know that I appeared in The Star's R.age 17th August 2006 issue? Not sure if you noticed, but a screenshot of Asyraf's blog with my face in it was featured in the newspaper. By the time I found out about it, I couldn't get hold of the newspaper anymore. Luckily Guo Heng, whom was previously working in The Star, managed to get me a softcopy of it. Thanks alot dude, I really appreciate it! =)
Here's the exact smaller version of the page, can you see my face there? =P
Although my picture was unintentionally/indirectly/co-incidentally featured, at least I appeared in the papers right!? =P
I guess that's all for now. Kinda experiencing a writer's block since the start of the post. Happy reading people.