Friday, April 30, 2010

I used to believe in fairytales.

These are/were my dumb theories of life.

1. There's a saying, 'An apple a day keeps the doctor away.' I used to refuse to eat apples because I thought my dad will not come home if I did.

2. If you don't say something out loud, then it isn't true. *Even if it is*

3. If you keep saying something out loud, then it is true. *Even if it is NOT!*

4. If you keep doing good deeds, then it is okay to sin.

5. If you stop thinking about the problem, the problem goes away.

If only life was that simple.

Thursday, April 29, 2010

My Dad and Facebook???*weirded out*

Things My Daddy Says.

1. If someone is a thief, it doesn't matter if they're rich or poor. Rasuah (bribery) only rich people take.

2. Why should we save all our money? So our kids can have fun with it when we are gone? Why not we have fun instead?

3. If you want to have a good bargain, you must act like you don't really want the item.*never worked for me*

4. We must always finish work first. So we can spend more time sleeping.

5. A mother's second priority is taking care of the family. The to nag.

Friday, April 23, 2010

Love too much to hate. (Repost)

Have you ever felt this feeling brewing in you...when you are convinced that you would most probably burst into flames if you ever see that person ever again?
...Then when she or he is right there in front of you, you end up charging towards her and flinging yourself at her, making contact in a tight embrace. And you feel joy. Because you have missed her so much.

When you guys hang out though, there are somethings that just cannot be said, building tension in the air until you feel like one of you have to suffocate for the other to survive. At one point though, you decide that you rather see yourself lose than lose a friendship.
...And you delude yourself, calling it "Giving in."

How about when you get something but she didn't? Or worststill, she got it but you didn't? You swear to god, you're not drowning in a thick layer of green toxic waste. In fact, you're proud of're happy for her. So, what's that throbbing feeling in your heart that gets tighter and more excruciating than ever?

You gave way because you are friends. She too tries to keep the friendship which have been punctured and scraped off piece by piece. Yet you keep teeling yourself it'd survive. Against all bets...against all odds? Sooner or later, it WOULD burst out and hatred would overwhelm both you and her...
...But it won't.

Because she's your friend as you are hers...maybe...just maybe...if you weren't would have hated her guts, to the core, rivals in every way.
...But you fact...friends.

And you will always be friends.

Friday, April 16, 2010

No offence...but grow up!

Here is a list of 20 characteristics of people who need to grow up.

1. Childish.
2. Laugh at stupid things.
3. Try to be cool.
4. Lie eventhough it is SO F***ing OBVIOUS!
5. Don't admit when wrong.
6. Don't think before talking.
7. Poor choice of words.
8. Complain about everything *When nothing is according to what they want*
9. Don't try to understand others.
10. Judgemental.
11. Immature mentality *Talk bad about those that are a bit behind* or *Thinks that being ahead is "Uncool"
12. Backstabs.
13. Annoying.
14. Don't know what not to say.
15. Don't know when to shut up.
16. Blame other people.
17. Think highly of themselves.
18. Stereotypes.
19. Laughs when they don't know what to do.
20. Rude.

If you are ANY of these 20things, you need to grow up. Please look in the mirror. Don't try to deny...because then, you are just proving my point. Change your mentality la woi!

Seriously. If you have all the characteristics as listed, then you are most probably a spoiled little 8 year old boy.

If you have some of those things, remember, accepting it is the first step to being more matured. If you are one of these but still deny it, then obviously you are not matured at all. Hence, contradicting your own thinking.

If you are none of these, then you are not human. Everyone has at least one of the characteristics. Even adults. So, fellow people in the world, I have only this to say...


Thursday, April 15, 2010


The title speaks for itself. Don’t you think so?

They call love a game, don’t they? Lady Gaga had that song ‘Love Game’. So what am I saying?

Simply, if you don’t want to lose that special someone, then, play the Love Game. No, it is not a game show like ‘Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?’ it is the game of life.

If you open a guide book on ‘How to Get a Guy/Girl’ then you notice that one rule that keeps popping up. The 2 Seconds Glance. If you don’t know this, I guess I’m kind of breaking a girl code but, tsk…everyone knows it. Everyone USES it.

The 2 Seconds Glance work on strangers as well as on a crush you have. When walking, and you see that guy/girl, stop in your tracks and look them in the eye *from a far* for 2 seconds. When he/she looks away, disappear. I promise you that he/she will do a double take. And you’ll be that girl/guy he/she saw that time at that place.

From that rule, some experts came up with another thing called The Secret Smile.

That’s when you and him/her are kind of close somehow someway. So when you are with your friends, you would look at him/her and smile that ‘secret’ smile. Everyone can see it…but he/she will feel special.

Then, there’s the Law of Attraction. That’s the WORST! It works. 100% full proof. Anyone who can apply it into the game WINS. Why? Because it’s in the name: LAW. You can’t change it. It’s human nature. It is UNAVOIDABLE.

And if you use it, and end up giving up just as you were so close to success...that is cruelty. It breaks people’s hearts and just makes them break down. So stop. STOP! Stop hurting others. Stop giving hope. Just stop.

And let me let you go. I give up...because you gave up.

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Stop asking the same darn questions and listen to the answer.

Today, Saturday, 10th April, Syeikh Muszaphar came to Ipoh and gave a lecture to about 1600 students. Thanks to Kelab Bakti Gunung Keledang.

I went to Casuarina with my sister, brother and father (the President) to escort the guest of honour to SUK. He didn't go for breakfast. When he stepped out of the lift, he shook my dad's hand. Then, we were introduced. He said my sister was slim and commented on her heels. *WEIRD* We had a little chat and headed for the ride. He rode in a Perdana with my dad and brother. My sister and I went in our car and arrived soooo much faster as they were only going at 40km/h. *lame*

During the Q&A session, the crowd was a real pain in the a$$. No offence. They kept asking the same darn questions over and over again and they don't even listen to his answer. One of the girls actually went and took a picture of herself with him while he was answering her question. Yeah, that shows exactly how interested she was in what he was saying. It's sooooooo ANNOYING!

Then, while everyone tried their best to get a picture as close to him as possible in the 1600people-group photo, we (me, my sister and Najwan) strided to the end of the line. Luckily, there was lunch after that. He ate in the VIP Room, obviously.

So, while my sister and I were sitting in the banquet hall not knowing where to go, my mother called us to our seats in the VIP Room. Upon entering, we saw a bunch of students loitering around the door hoping to catch at least a glimpse of his face. I knew, they were really thinking of a way to get in to snap a 1-on-1 picture with him. Too bad.

Sheikh Muszaphar is a HUGE fan of Dato' Lat. I was the one who snapped their picture with his iphone. Yes, his phone was in my hands. Yes, I could have done so much with that oppurtunity, including getting his number. But I did nothing that sort! I'm not a freak.

We, the anak-anak Keledang, stole his jacket and posed for the camera. Haha. Then, he was taken to the banquet hall for an autograph session. Most of the people complained. Some of them did not get a chance to take pictures with him. Seriously, you don't have to be a pro to get pictures with the guy. And you can't really complain about it. There are 1599 other people who wants the same thing!

You know, Sheikh Muszaphar did say that his condition, for him to come, was that the people who come to him wants to listen not to take pictures! If you want a picture, go to Madame Tussauds when his wax is done why won't you.

Anyway, I call today's headlines 'The Attack of The Students Cameras!'

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Make me see sense or just go insane.

I'm sick. I can't do my homework because I just feel dizzy all the time.

I was breezing through Someone Like You when this line caught my attention.
"Why are you doing this to your self?"
"Doing what?"

I could so relate to that. That 'Ray' guy is like a drug to her. It doesn't matter that it's not good for you because it makes you feel alive. It is the only thing that gets you through the day or make you excited about going to work or school. Just one second of the moment and you just want more. The scene keeps replaying in your head and you wish for more.

And the worst part is when you know that after awhile...just that is not enough. You want need more. But it's not a choice. It's a gift, those moments. They can't be found. They can't be made. They just are.

What's scarier is knowing that when you realise the longing in your's too late. You didn't see it coming. You didn't know what everything would lead to. So you're lost. Not knowing how to let it all go...truth is, you can't. So just embrace the moment. Don't let it pass you by. Because what hurts the knowing that at the back of your mind, there will always be a "What if?"

Why don't you just put yourself out there and go for it? Many people would ask, "What have you got to lose?"


Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Clean slate.

Hey guys.
Your eyes aren't tricking you. I'm back with this blog and my old blog which was formerly known a nightgownsandshorts has gone and became an old diary where only few can read. Give me your email and I MIGHT let you read it.

A clean slate is what we need sometimes. And I think now is the best time in my life to start a new.
People come and go in life and we have to learn to let them go.

The last few months have been hard for me and I know now that there are only few that we can count on.

People try to forgive and forget. But it's so hard, you know? So I'll try...I'll try to let go. I'll try to forgive...and I hope we can put the past in the past.

"Embrace the future, understand the present, let go of the past."