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Friday, August 31, 2007

The Hamster

Once a upon a time, there was one hamster running around at this really big forest. She ran and ran searching for nuts and berries. Does a hamster even eat nuts and berries, this hamster doesn't even know. Yet its stomach craved for one. She saw the squirrels munching them, ever so delicious.

"What are you searching for?" the squirrel asked the hamster. "Berries and nuts" the hamster told her. "Do hamster even eat them?" the squirrel asked again. "I might when I find one" the hamster then reply. Off again the hamster searching for nuts and berries. The squirrel look at her run, puzzled at such determination. "Crazy hamster." the squirrel thought.

The hamster looked and looked. She found none. Then she looked around, and found that she was lost. She sat down by the riverside, huffing and puffing. Her big bum just sank into the sand. "Now I'll not find those berries and nuts." the hamster thought, disappointed. She looked around, and realised that she had lost most of her friends. "Where are they?" she thought. "I thought we are going to find those nuts and berries together?" But she found none.

She sniffed her way back. Along the way, she looked for her friends... she tipped toe and called out to her friends. "Where are you guys?" she called out. But her voice were carried away by the wind. The tree asked her "Who are you searching for, little hamster?" "My friends" she told him. "Who are your friends?" he asked again. The hamster looked at the tree, and blinked, "I..I forgot." She sat down again, and began to cry.

Suddenly the squirrel came behind her and tapped on her shoulder. "Why are you crying hamster?" The hamster looked at her and said "I.. I'm looking for nuts and berries, but I lost my friends along the way. Now I can't find any berries or nuts.. and I forgot who my friends are." She bawled. Tears falling onto her face. The trees looked at her, the flowers looked at her, the squirrel looked at her. The squirrel then smiled and ran off.

The hamster cry even the more when she saw the squirrel ran off. "Where are you off to?" she called out. "Wait there, hamster." the squirrel said. The hamster sat again, sobbing quietly. "I'm sorry Mr. Tree for disturbing you." "It's alright. It is just too bad that I don't have any nuts or berries on my branches for you to pluck from." the tree said. "It's all right. Thank you." she politely said.

'Plop' 'plop' 'Plop' 'Ploploploploploplop' Hundreds of berries and nuts tumbling down on top of the hamster. "What??!" When she came up out of the mountain of berries and nuts, she saw the squirrel smiling broadly down at her. "You remind me of the stash of berries and nuts around this side of the forest. So I ran and took some for you. Come, try some of these." The squirrel offer the hamster. The hamster took one and sniffed... weird. She opened her mouth and took a bite.

Acid from her stomach came rushing into her throat. "Bleech! Yuck!" The hamster spitted out the berry. The squirrel looked at her and laughed, causing herself to tumble from the pile of nuts and berries. "You are funny. You wanna be my friend?" the squirrel asked. The hamster smiled and nod. Still laughing, the squirrel took her hand and said "Come, let's look for your friends together." The hamster is glad. She found an unexpected friend.

Sunday, August 26, 2007

Ending the 24 hours of nite-time

I doubt that Day will come in blogging in here in anytime soon, I dont even think she checks this from time to time... probably only when there's comments and it prompts her mail box.

As for Inbetween, she has only blogged this every once on 20 April 2005. Not many know of her contribution post, I suppose

No, we are not arguing, I'm still sitting a stone throw away from Day here at work and have teh tarik sessions with Inbetween.

Just that... I dont think they are blogging anytime soon, or maybe would not continue to blog here as the last time Day blogged was back in October last year. You can call it a phase in life, something like that.

It feels funny blogging when there is no day and nite in a day, there is only nite. Imagine having 24 hours of nightime since October 2006. Haha. And so... I've decided to stop blogging here. I'm not sure if I would write somemore, I might... just not here. I might start another blog, but maybe just not yet. See how it goes... but of course, I'll still read :P

And so... thank you very much for reading the craps that I've been writing :)

Side note: Jellio', thank you for introducing me to the world of blogging.

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

What has happen to our world?

Went to watch Harry Potter with a friend yesterday evening. As he could not secure tickets online, I went over to KLCC to get it on Friday evening as I decided to leave office on time. (Read: Friend said it not right to say leave office earlier as we always leave office after office hour or on time :P)

Anyway, as I was queuing up, I took out The Sun newspaper from my bag and read as the queue was rather long. As I read and move along the line. I notice there is this boy, max age 10 inching nearer and trying to stand in front of me. Of course, he is only a little boy, I could be nice and let it be but maybe I'm mean. I gave him an evil stare. He knows I was aware he was trying to cut the queue and stood back behind me. As we approached the turning of the line, he moved up and stood next to me and it appeared like I was the line trying to cut the queue. I put down my newspaper and look at him again. I'm sorry that I don't look friendly but then again, I couldn't help thinking, "He is only so young, what is happening to the world that such a young kid learn to cut queue and doing it in such a way that is so subtle." Sigh.

As he notice I was not going to let him cut the queue, he inched back to the line. As we came to another turning point, he stood there and shouted for someone in a language that I dont understand. I continued back to my newspaper reading. After a few minutes when I looked up, the boy somehow has in the position of a few people in front of me. Despite I do not approved of him cutting the line, I did not say anything. Then I saw him at another turning point, I was still behind, I saw him using the same tactic - subtly standing beside the person in line and move along, went in the line a couple of people in front.

At the time, he was in one line ahead of me. He looked up and I found myself giving him another disapproving stare. I maintained my stare at him (ok.. I know I'm evil) and he looked away after a short while.

What has happen to the world? Is there something wrong with our education that a young boy knowingly aware that he is in the wrong but he did it anyway with full caution? Are we teaching the children the wrong things?

Side note: Wrote this on Sunday evening but something wrong with PC and i cant get online. Sigh.


End of last month, my uni senior had a bad accident and got admitted. The chronology of event was a little vague. It was said that he left home for a presentation in KL but he was found on the North South highway, on the way back to KL from Seremban. In fact, he was found after his girlfriend lodged a missing person report as he did not return home after the said presentation.

In one of the episode in Grey's Anatomy Season 3, the story centered on a ferryboat accident. One of the scenes - Dr Addison asked, "If I went missing, would anyone notice?"

That made me think... despite I'm staying with 2 housemates, but as we are not very close (um.. me bad, I'm the antisocial housemate), anyway I don't think they would know if I'm not home. Or even if they notice I'm not home for a couple of days, they would not know if I'm away cos I went for a holidays or I just simply went missing.

Say, if I unfortunately passed away in my room. Would they probably just grumbled saying that I'm this lazy girl who forgot to throw the rubbish? Grin. It sound possible. Oh well... if I went missing on a weekend, all that could happen. Of course, if I do not turn up for 3 days to work, I'm sure my boss would look up for me, before she goes for any disciplinary measure :P

Well, at least it is comforting that if something happen to me on a weekday, there are people who would notice eh.

If you went missing, if you disappeared, would anybody notice?
If I went missing, if I disappeared, over the weekend, would anyone notice?

Thursday, July 05, 2007

Transformers - have you watch it?

Ok... THIS is a cool movie. I would vote it as movie of the year... grin.. subject to what I have watched. And yes, it is very good. Please go watch it if you haven't. Don't say I didn't warn you oh...

Haha... yes, go watch Transformers. It's worth every cent you spent on the ticket. I managed to catch it on a Wednesday, yesterday to be exact, so we only paid RM 7 for it. My friend even commented that she felt we underpaid for the movie and already making plans to watch it again... on cinema!

So what if you said you've never watch Transformers when you are a kid? Or that it is no longer shown over the TV when you are born? Who says you need to watch the cartoon to be eligible to catch the movie? Grin... enough said... just go watch it before it is no longer on air :P

Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Beard Papa

I first heard of Beard Papa's cream puff from here. A.Z Haida describes it as "contain no preservatives and made with good quality ingredients. It’s crunchy on the outside, ice cold in the inside, and nothing beats the fresh whipped custard cream taste." However I have not get around to taste it... despite walking past it every other time. Beats me, to think that I read the blog in January last year, and its now July 2007.

Anyway, I decided to give it a try last Sunday, after gym... umm.. it probably has killed all my effort in gym earlier... but nevertheless... I bought it...

It is packed to me in this paper bag cos I bought 3 (pardon for the crumpled paper bag, its a miracle the cream puffs survived after a few knocks when we went grocery shopping in Carrefour)
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Each cream puff is separately by another "envelope" for easy eating
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This is how it look like... it doesnt look very pretty hor but it is good. The cream is not too sweet, just nice :)
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And I decided to take another picture after I've taken a bite :P
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It cost RM 3.30 for 1 if I'm not mistaken, and RM 9.30 for 3, something like that. Can be found in Mid Valley, the lower ground where there are loads of restaurants.

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Know your ABC

ABC could be the 1st 3 English alphabet, it could be Airway, Breathing & Circulation to check when you perform CPR, it could be your favourite food - Ais Batu Campur or it could also be some young, dashing American Born Chinese.
... and now, it's a tag..

Oh well, I got tagged by Calv and I told him if he completed the one I tagged him... I'll do this... so here it is... (despite I secretly think he *ahem* purposely *ahem* do it the way that he doesnt need to link people up)

Ok, here goes...

A is for age:
Age next birthday would be 28 (I know... talked to my mom again a few hours ago, and she still nags me about getting a bf & get married = =")

B is for beer of choice:
I dont like beer... makes me go toilet ever so often, not to mention the anti-histamin

C is for career:
Do I have a career? Or it is a job? *ponder*

D is for your dog’s name:
My dog disallow me to disclose his name :P

E is for essential item you use everyday:
I thought essential item are things that you need to use everyday... but reading Calv's answer.. umm... it is not is it? So... what is it yah?

F is for favorite song (one only) at the moment:
咸鱼 by 五月天 (Mayday) - a Taiwanese Band. Good lyrics.

G is for favorite games:
Shrug... havent been playing for a while... I wonder why

H is for hometown:
Alor Star... in Kedah.. (oh well.. just in case it's too small to be noticed)

I is for instruments you play:
Piano, Organ, Trumpet, Saxophone, Horn, Trombone, Clarinet, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums and the list goes on and on and on.... None of all that, unfortunately for me...

J is for favorite juice:
Hmm... watermelon? Orange? Carrot? I don't know... don't have I suppose

K is for kids:
One boy & one girl, ideally twins - so no need to go through it another time (actually, I've never actually thought about it)

L is for last hug:
Yesterday. Colleague's last day at work.

M is for malls:
Midvalley for gym, Sg Wang for dinner before Japanese class.

N is for name of your love:
Please refer to "A" above. TQ

O is for overnight hospital stays:
Not applicable.

P is for phobias:
Roaches! <-- I echo this

Q is for quote:
"Life is like topography, Hobbes. There are summits of happiness and success... flat stretches of boring routine. And valleys of frustration and failure" Quoted from Calvin, The Indispensable Calvin & Hobbes is one of my favourite quotes.

R is for your race:

S is for status:
S is for single :P

T is for things you like:
Travel, anime, sleeping, manga, doing nothing... ... ...

U is for underwear:
Yes... I wear them

V is for vegetable you love:
Broccoli and some other vege, I'm vegetable illiterate

W is for worst habit:

X is for x-rays you’ve had:

Y is for yummy food you know how to make:
Potato salad, recipe courtesy of my boss

Z is for zodiac sign:

Now you've learnt my ABC, I want to learn yours too... ;P And so, I shall tag:-
Kimmie (grin.. haha)
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