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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

What’s wrong with playing internet?

Plot 1

Mom just smacked me and said,

“Get off the computer! Look at your red eyes. It it bulging out like a frog!”

My sister said,

“You are not even winning! So stop playing frog eyes!! mauahahaha”


Plot 2

A long journey in a non-airconditioned car is simply tortuous. On A recent trip from JB to Malacca, my car’s air-con unit began playing up by blowing lukewarm barely one hour into the journey. Five minutes later, a loud screech could be heard above the sound of “Road to Hell”.

I switched the air-con unit off and turned the music down. I have a choice, I can either tolerate the heat, quietly, or I can return to JB and leave for Malacca another day after everything is in working order again. The desire to get to Malacca was so huge that I agreed to put up with a two-hour drive on what just had to be one of the hottest days of the year.

I, on the other hand, was feeling extremely disgruntled. Less than a week before, I’d had my car serviced and had paid a Rm900 for a new air-con compressor with a others service charges. As I drove along with the windows down, I became hotter and hotter, and I felt I had to vent my spleen.

So I phoned my mechanic.

“My air-con isn’t working,” I said.

“Uh!” came back his response.

“Do you realise how hot it is today?”

“Bring your car in and I will have a look at it.”

“I can’t do that. I’m on way to Malacca. Do you realise how many miles without air-con that is?”

“Er, I don’t ?”


Halfway into my journey, I pulled into a RNR Pagoh. Traffic in the parking lot was bumper to bumper, and the fumes coming through my open window had almost reached asphyxiation level. I parked my car illegally. When your clothes are sticking to your body and your lungs are filled with carbon monoxide fumes, the last thing you want to do is follow the rules. You want a cold drink in a cold environment.

I entered a KFC restaurants . Big mistake, It was packed to the seams with hungry travellers and staffed by people who did everything at an excruciatingly slow pace. And they called it fast food. Mind you, some of the slowness could be put down to those indecisive customers who only start thinking about what they want to eat when they’re asked. It never occurs to them that standing in line presents a good opportunity to study the menu.

Asserting the rights of seniority, I claimed the only available chair in the restaurant. I stood there and calmly ate their ayam goreng.

One hours later, when I arrived in Malacca, I stumbled out of my car with a painful sunburn down one side of my upper torso and a small box of KFC in my hands. I would have to make the return journey to JB under similar conditions, but I didn’t want to think about it just then. I had other things on my mind. Like, should I have the cold air sirap limau first...muahahahaaa


Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Stop google the Bottle

I got all of our errands completed this weekend. I love the feeling of accomplishment. So I love the tracking software I use on this blog. It shows me how people found the site whether it was by an internet search, a blog, an email, etc.

Today as I was perusing the hits, I noticed that someone found me by typing the following phrase in Google:

"sexy ass by bottle and free trails"

Well I'm doubtful they meant "trails" and pretty sure they were looking for free "trials", but I admit to giggling out loud when I read that.

So how in the world did that phrase get them to My blog?...thanks to a bottle, thankyou very much!!... ;-)


Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Terenganu sushi appetizers

I've been trying to sit down and write a blog for a few days now, but between the holiday traveling schedule and playing catch up at work, I just haven't had the time!!

So after EIGHT hours in the car on Wednesday, I finally arrived in Terengganu at 6.00 pm for my company meeting. Traffic was a bitch and it was raining almost the entire time.

In Trengganu, I had a good time, my girlfriends, fiza and nani was helped me to load the truck with my working paper ;-) and drop them off at my hotel room at
Grand Continental Hotel. We then went out for a few drinks and some Terenganu sushi appetizers ( Keropok Lekor... hihihi). So after Sushi Rock appetizers, we went to Dinner...wahhh... was sweety! It was different not being at my hometowns (more spice) but it was nice to create some new memories and after I looked at my watch and realized we had been "food shoppings", for 6 hours straight, I rallied the troops and we went home to my hotels room for sleeping therapy session ....!!!!.


Saturday, February 2, 2008

A coffee cup, like it or not ?

Village Starbucks..! I like coffee, but I had to
drink another few glasses of water
to clear my throat and tongue.

Coffee was a threat to the lives of unborn babies but by today it was the secret to beating ovarian cancer.

So if the experts are so confused about coffee, how do the rest of us cope?

The best solution, probably, is to believe what you want.

If you can’t face the day without a caffeine shot, you’ll want to read it can ward off cancer, boost female sex drive and keep your liver healthy.

But if you’re trying to wean yourself off it, you’ll want to hear it can damage sperm, trigger insomnia and raise the risk of heart attacks.

So if you can pick your own drink, why not pick your own story?
  1. Stops baldness: Caffeine can block chemicals that damage hair follicles. The bad news is you’d have to drink 60 coffees a day to have any effect.
  2. Keeps skin healthy: Drinking coffee combined with regular exercise protects against skin cancer, say US scientists.
  3. Prevents cancer: Women who down several cups a day are less likely to get ovarian cancer, claim experts at Harvard Medical School. But decaf doesn’t work.
  4. Boosts sex drive: Fellas asked back for coffee are in luck. It boosts female sex drive (but only if the drinker isn’t used to it).
  5. Aids memory: Three cups a day can keep a woman’s memory fresh and ward off dementia, according to French research.
  6. Stops diabetes: Six or seven coffees a day may ward off Type 2 diabetes – even if you are overweight and do not exercise, a Finnish study claims.
  7. Fights eye problems: Two cups a day can help to prevent blepharospasm – an irritating eyelid tremor which can persist for months.
  8. Keeps liver healthy: Four cups a day can slash risk of cirrhosis of the liver by 80 per cent.
  1. Promotes insomnia: After-dinner coffee causes insomnia by blocking the flow of brain hormone melatonin that sends us to sleep.
  2. Doesn’t pep you up: A morning cuppa doesn’t actually make you more alert, says Bristol University research. It just counters withdrawal symptoms you have in the night.
  3. Damages sperm: Men who down three cups a day may risk infertility. US scientists claim it can sometimes damage sperm.
  4. Triggers heart attacks: Too much coffee may spark a heart attack, especially in those with certain genes that slow the rate at which the body processes caffeine.
  5. Causes miscarriage: New research suggests just two coffees a day may be enough to cause miscarriage.
  6. Interacts with drugs: Downing a couple of paracetamol with your morning coffee could damage your liver beyond repair.