Thursday, June 25, 2009

100 days...

625... this date marks a day of many occasions for me. Be it happy or sad.

1. It's my third month into work. The date which my three months probation ends. The date that I'm supposed to be confirmed. God knows if I'll be or not.

2. It's the first anniversary of the place I'm working in. Congrats and Happy Birthday! Make a wish? *increase salary namo namo namo*

3. To many, 100 is the number of perfection. Getting 100 in exam is excellence. When you're rated 100 on others' impression on you, you're perfect. I wonder, what is the reason of 'celebrating' the 100th day passed away? Why is 100 such a significant number? 100 days have passed by, and i'm regretting each day for not being able to see you before that day. 100 days have passed by, but i'm still missing you very very deeply. Looking through those notes that you wrote down for how much ang pow money you gave me, how much you gave for my trips, it makes things worse! I regret for not doing anything for you. For not treating you for a good dinner. And you just left... all of the sudden...

I'm so sorry, yeh yeh. So sorry. I miss you. And I will continue to miss you, for the next hundred years of 100 days...

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Food Travel 揾食唔艰难 on Astro Jia Yu 家娱 Channel

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Sunday, June 14, 2009


Just as I thought it will be a good Sunday, my only off day of the week, my only day to accompany my family...

Like usual, went for breakfast at OUG with family. And yesterday, out of the blue, I asked my dad if we could go Pudu market to take a look cuz it's been like more than 10 years I have not been there. Imagine, it's just 10 minutes drive away yet I never go for 10 years. The only thing I can remember about Pudu market is - gold fish. Yeah, there's a stall selling fishes there. When I was still a kid, I remember going there every weekend to see gold fish. Haha.

Ok, continue the story. So yeah, after breakfast we head to Pudu market. Hell it was croooooooooowded and the market is looooooooong. Freaking 50 stalls selling seafood, 50 selling pork, 50 selling chicken, 50 selling vege. And I only walked like half of it, and hell I didn't get to see gold fish :( Bought some seafood and meat for experiment and off we went home.

Didn't realize anything until like late evening when my phone in my bag rang (I carry a shoulder bag to the market). Was looking for my phone and 'ei? How come there's a hole at the side of my bag?'

First thought was, wah seh, lousy material, tear until like that... Think think think, something wrong... It doesn't look like a teared cut. Second thought - mtfk, blardy thief!!!

Well, thank goodness, nothing was stolen. Phew. Double check and I found this.

Wah lao eh! So sharp hor your knife! This was a RM10 note I just place in my bag without keeping it in my purse. The knife just slice through it. I'm impressed. So sharp. If it was a normal knife and you sharpen it so sharp, I wish you blardy thief could sharpen my knife for me, so that I can kill you with it you IDIOT! But dad said it might be a razor blade.

Nevermind, a blessing in disguise. Thank goodness nothing was taken away from me. I don't know when did it happen anyway. It could be in either market, only I never realize it.

Oh, my new toy! Woo hoo! One of the items in my wishlist this year. I thought I can only get it at a three digit price, but found a cheap one today! Hopefully it's really stainless steel. Pfffft.

PS: Girls out there, take good care of your bag always. A pouch is recommended rather than hand carry/shoulder bags. And at crowded places, please hug your bag tightly!!! You'd never know when it will happen because everything happen so quickly. And you'd never know it might be a LADY who steals it! (I suspect only la, no proof)

I'm never full, you're BLARDY FOOL! Curse you kena bang! DLGF!

Sunday, June 07, 2009


Work has been ... hectic.

I wouldn't say working equals to "no life", working 6 days a week and being at work place for 12 hours a day, yet I still get Sundays off. No doubt time for entertainment and rest has been shortened drastically.

Grateful to meet new people, very very nice people. Too nice that I felt like I'm being pampered. My colleagues treat me really good, and I do hope it's how they are and who they are. *namo namo*

Learning new things daily, new items, new ingredients, new ideas, new combination, new philosophies, new advice. Gosh, there's so much to learn and remember. Especially attitude wise.

Wander and wonder. Wonder for the unknown. Wandering around the unexpected. Hopefully, things will be for the better :) Ganbate kudasai everyone. Live for the better and put aside your doubts and sadness.

Waiting... anticipating... wanting... to watch Transformer 2... mwahahahahaha!

Rude Police Stopped a harmless lady at a quiet housing area

Saw this video through my friend's FB... tell me, we fear thieves and robbers, now how can we not fear policemen as well?!?

2009.5.21 @ 9am, USJ 9

I was driving to office, and found this police man, Rosly (number 104034) his motorbike was riding around my car for awhile.
As I was not breaking any laws (with my safety belt buckled, my handsfree was hooked on to my handphone, my car door lock, I was having signals for making turns) I didn't give him much attention.

But as the traffic light turned green, he gave me a sign to ask me to pull my car to aside.
But instead of normal routine that a policeman will aks you to pull you car along the roadside, he insisted me to pull my car into the housing area.
I got frighten.

I wined down my window (approximately 3 inch) and ask if I did any thing wrong, he said "Just checking"
he asked for my driving license, i handed him.
and he ask for my IC (identity card), i hesitated but i handled him.
he was looking in my car's content and also the road tax at the windscreen. NOTHING WAS WRONG.
He then asked me to come down my car and he wanted to check my car boot.

immediately this thought come in my head.

i quickly call my colleagues and told them i was being pull aside by a policeman at a housing area 5 mins away from office.
If within 30 minutes I am not reporting to office, please make a report to police station!

i stopped my engine, holding my car keys (locked my car) and having my handphone beside me (i have not put down the phone and my colleague is still at the other end of the line)

I open my car boot and it shows that it's empty.
He suspiciously check the old newspaper covering the sparetyre case.
i requested my ID and license from him.
at the same time, i proceed to my laptop case and bring out my diary.
i requested to see his batch number and wanted to have a look at his ID.


I am a single lady driving a car obeying laws.
it is correct that he can check any car, but he has no right no ask me to pull my car at a place where no one will drive in or passby and requested me to come down from my car!

These days criminal has been so active and there are many cases we read from newspaper saying that false policeman use these trick to rap and kill single ladies!

Here, have a look at this man and BE ALERT at all time!!!

I went to a nearby police station and requested to check this policeman ID.
unfortunately, they told me, if a policeman is wearing full suit uniform, he is a REAL policeman.

but i read newspaper today, 23 May 09.
There is 3 policeman in Seri Kembangan rape a 17-year-old Indonesian lady whom forgotten to bring her passport.

Also, i wish to thanks to Adriena Leong and NiNi whom share this link:

It links to the Malaysian Bar Council's document teaching the public what are their rights if stopped by police.

Monday, June 01, 2009

Jon Schmidt & Steven Sharp Nelson - Love Story meets Viva La Vida

Addicted to this song... I'm getting obsessed with piano medleys! Should I learn keyboard?!?