Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Man fooled everyone in the stadium thinking that he is a footballer

This guy is just amazing. I can't believe he did that in front of every one. Not to mention fooling people around the world that he is a football player. Even the players didn't even realise he is an imposter. They actually let him hold the French Cup and you can see a journalist actually interviewing him. They were literally celebrating with him on the field!

And at the near end, you can see his 'fans' asking for autographs thinking he plays for their team. He actually goes to sign it!


Tuesday, December 30, 2008

14 year old wrecked his dad's FORD Mustang '07

Tsk tsk tsk,..... who gave the keys to the kid? If it was his dad, well.... you are partly to blame dad. It's a FORD Mustang! ARgh! That is just a sweet car, you can still see how shiny and new it was. And now it's under a rubble of wood and concrete.



I love these games but sadly my lappy has a limited number of Gigabytes to put it all in. I've been really late on the best games on the market, but better late than never they say.

COD 4 is my favourite, if you like a quick action right into the battle field, get COD 4. Yeah I know there's a new COD in stores but I don't think my specs meets it's requirements. So anyway, get Call of Duty if you want to have a close realistic feel of being in the field of battle. They won so many awards for this game and I think the makers of the game deserve it. You goota try out this game to believe how realistic the game is.

Just remember to turn up your speakers or best yet, put on some headphones and feel the pounding of the M1 tank shooting while you are taking cover behind it. It is almost deafening!

COH is another of my favourite. When I was a kid, I love strategy games and I still do but recently I am into 1st & 3rd person shooteer games so I was out of the strategy game thing for quite some time. Until a friend of mine introduced me to Company of Heroes. This game was awarded Game of the Year 2006.

Although it is an old game, it is still a interesting game to play. The game is slightly different from other strategy games. You need to control Victory points kinda like strategy points, the more you control, the more quickly you'll increase your resources. Also, in certain maps, certain points are more important in getting control than the other, so you'll have to really strategise and know which points are worth controlling first.

So which one I am playing at the moment? Company of Heroes. I will install the expansion 'Opposing fronts' once I am done playing all the maps so right now I am just enjoying the original COH.

But I'll revert back to COD 4 when I am done with COH. Haiz.. if only I have a powerful desktop for my games. Sometimes you just want to play other games so you won't get bored of the same old game routine.

Saturday, December 20, 2008

That's a bra strap...... not a hair band

Why? Why did I even step into that store.

It went something like this. I went in with my friend into this store selling female accessories. You know like pins, brooche, etc, things that girls usually wear on their hair, ears, clothes.

So, I was like the only guy in there, and I looked around. Small store but it had all these little ornaments around and you just need to pick and choose what you want and place it in a small basket. It was colorful, it was interesting, until my eyes caught the attention of something long and glittery like.

So I took it, looked at it and that's when my friend asked," Do you know what's that?"

I went: "Errr.. hair band?"

She said,"That's a bra strap.... not a hair band"

Me:"Oh..... (Embarrassed look), ....... I shouldn't be here..... "

She: "(Giggles)!"

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

X-men Origins: Wolverine, the movie trailer

Yeah! Finally it is coming!

The movie I have been awaiting for so long. The Origins of Wolverine.

I remember when I read the comic back in my NS days when they revealed the Origins comic of Wolverine. It was just an amazing comic. Finally they wrote about his past and how he became what he is now.

The first time I read his comic, I know he is my favourite. His aggressive nature, his self-less attitude, the kind of guy you would like to make friends but not piss off with.

He is like the ultimate soldier. His animal instincts, his ability to heal quickly, his unbreakable bones, the best NS buddy you would ever wanna have! Haha! With a buddy like him, you can sleep well at night. Unless of course if you happen to piss him off, then you better hope you have some mutant powers for yourself too.

Apart from Wolverine, another favourite character is in this movie, Deadpool! Yeah, the merc with the mouth! This guy is ugly but apparently in the movie he looks fine. Deadpool can heal too like Wolverine but his comics are more funny and have this weird humour to it. He sees the brighter side of things even though things seems to reach a pessimistic end. I always wondered who will win if both of them meet head on. Both can heal, both are great in combat, just that Deadpool is the funny one and Wolverine is the serious one.

And in this movie, we will see Gambit. Yeah, finally we get to see him. But I am not too happy with the actor chosen. I was hoping it was James Ford. The guy from the TV series, LOST. But nevertheless, I hope to see Taylor Kitsch pull this off nicely. Because I hate to see all these actors act so sparingly on film.

The movie will be out 1st May 2009!

Personal opinion of the trailer:

Frankly the trailer didn't made me go "Woah!" I felt a little lack of anticipation for it. Probably because I felt that there was just too much explosion and action going on in the trailer. I wanted a more darker feel towards it. More just Wolverine rather than showing him with his Weapon X team.

I am just afraid that the movie does not portray the guts and grits of Wolverine I love. I remember him as the angry one, less talk and more action. Brutal outcome! Walking away without remorse.

I want to see his despair losing his love ones which develops into anger. I want to see Wolverine as he was meant to be seen. Raw, bloody, violent!

I just hope it doesn't look like the first Hulk movie.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

You love my cock?

Listen! Just listen carefully! He said "Oh, You love my cock?..."

It is already so hilarious, just keep watching till the end. The part where he starts to do the "oh oh oh". It just sounds so eerily disgusting for me. He must be having a great time singing it, but I think some songs are just not meant for guys to sing. Especially when you keep mispronouncing the words.

This is an adult game....... What do you think?

There is something so very wrong with this game. This is not a family game, I do not get why the narrator would say "It's a Family Game, Fun for children and for adults it's EXCITING!" And the winking lady at the end just hints how dirty this game really is.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

My EEE Pc 900 HA is finally here!

Well, it wasn't delivered to my house and SingTel didn't inform me that I had to redeem it. I presume it was to be sent to my house together with my Free Modem but on the day the guy delivered me the modem and I inquired abt the Netbook, he said he doesn't know abt that, he is just there to deliver the modem.

Straight after that, I called up SingTel, and after a few minutes of waiting, the CSO picked up. OK he was really nice and he did went all the way to find out what is the status of my EEE Pc. After a few minutes of checking, he said that a redemption letter was sent to me last week but I wasn't at home, but the delivery guy did leave a reminder letter on my door/gate to pick up the redemption letter at the SingPost. Ok this is the part where I really do not like. Reminder letters left on the gates can be missed understood as SPAM! Yes, you know those paper leaflets that people leave on your door.

Futhermore, the email sent to me abt my upgrade plan did not state that I need to redeem my EEE Pc or any redemption letter will be sent to me. For your info, I upgraded my internet plan online and they sent a summary of internet plan to my email which included what I will get for free, delivery time, activation time, etc.

So anyway, I think the CSO knew I was a bit unhappy abt this, he went to check the status of hte redemption letter and gave me the reference number for me to redeem the letter at SingPost and even the number to call. I was happy that he went all the way to do that from his side, so at least I didn't get more confused later on.

Ok, at this part I got a wrong assumption. After calling SingPost and SingTel, I thought I was going to get my EEE Pc at SingPost. But when I got to SingPost, I only got the redemption letter. After a long wait in line, I just came in there only for the REDEMPTION LETTER!

It was not use fretting over it, so I immediately opened the letter and read that the redemption was to be made at an office in Burlington Square. And it closes at 7pm, I checked the time, it was almost 6pm. So I took the MRT from Tampines to Bugis. I walked through the Bugis village and to my surprise I met my aunts. After a short chat, they decided to follow me to redeem my EEE Pc.

Long story short, I reached the place and after a short wait, I finally got my EEE Pc in a box. The only thing I didn't like about this part was that they didn't have a plastic bag for me to carry. So I had to carry it all the way home. Luckily, this product wasnt' so heavy.

I was happy I got my EEE Pc but I was not happy with the following:
1) No notification that the EEE Pc was to be redeemed or a redemption letter was to be sent to me.
2) SingPost should have a better way of informing ppl that we have letters/package to be taken at SingPost rather than leaving paper leaflets at the door/gate.

Anyway, here's my EEE PC.

I do knot know why they are complaining about the space bar. It's not that short, I can still use it seemlessly, the only problem I have using the keyboard is the Enter and right Shift key.

The mousepad works smoothly, and it has this finger gestures you can make on it for easy scrolling and zooming.

I am still exploring but I love the EEE Pc, it is so small and light, plus it has a pretty big Hard Drive, 160GB. It also has 3 USB ports, Webcam, LAN port, Mic and headphone jack, SD Card slot and a 15 pin Display port for you VGA outputs display.

The specs are pretty good too:

Intel Atom N270 processor
1GB Ram

I'll probably upgrade the RAM in the future or the HDD but for now I am just sticking to what it has.

This is something you can carry around. I carried this without any trouble when I walked backed home with the whole thing together in the box. So imagine how light it is when you just bring the Netbook around.

The keyboard just takes a little getting used to and the 8.9 inch screen is pretty sufficient to do your surfing and typing. I rather bring this to a cafe to do my work than my other Asus Notebook, which even though is portable, it is also quite heavy to carry around.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Masturbating man caused fatal car crash

A drunk Briton, who killed two people in a car crash, had been masturbating moments before he caused the fatal accident, a court has been told.

Click here to read more.

In the coming days of Christmas and New Year, I hope we see less drunk drivings on our roads..... and also no road masturbators.

Monday, December 1, 2008

It is my Birthday!

The first day of this month is my birthday. Thank you all for your well wishes. I haven't had so many well wishes fill up my sms inbox before. Hahah!

Thanks also to those who spent the time with me and also for all the gifts you got for me. You all are so sweet! :)

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

COE drops to S$2?

Woah! Anyone wants to buy a car?

Excerpt from Channelnewsasia:

"SINGAPORE: The COE price for small cars, 1,600cc and below, fell by S$10,453 to a historic low of S$2 in the latest bidding exercise.

The next biggest fall was seen in the Open Category COE, which dropped S$3,601 to S$6,889. Open Category COEs are used mainly for cars. "

Click here to read more.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Maintenance from 1900 to 20000hrs?!

Obviously an error. I think the guy was trying to rectify the problem with the server and in his hurry, he got his fingers pressing a little too much on the keyboard. It was after all an urgent maintenance.

Well, let's hope the server gets back to normal soon.

Do you know you can do this in football?

Yes this is allowed! This kind of shot is actually allowed in football. So why not try it sometime, just to surprise the goalkeeper. :)

The probably the most penalty shots in a match

This is just one too many penalties being done over and over and over and over and over again. So much time wasted on a simple act of just putting the ball into the net. I wonder what the fouls are for re-taking the penalty shots.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

The lady who taught me how to read time

Back when I was a little kid, I wasn't the brightest in class but I was pretty inquisitive. At the same time I was pretty much timid also. It kinda hindered me to learn more in class. It took me a while for me to gain my courage and voice out my questions in class.

I was about seven years old then. Just entered primary school education. I wasn't good with learning all these new alphabets and numbers. Actually, previously I received Arabic education in my kindergarten days. English wasn't much spoken in class. Most of the time, the class was conducted in Malay and I learned some basic Arabic sentences. So it was pretty scary for me seeing these new letters and numbers.

A significant time in my life I remembered when I was given homework to do. It was a bright sunny afternoon, and I was sitting in the living room floor, trying to figure out how to read the time on my math exercise book.

It had pictures of clocks with the minute and hour hand, pointing in different directions. Needless to say I was puzzled. Not that the teacher didn't teach me, she did but like I mentioned before, I was a timid boy then. I knew the 'short' hand points to the hour of the day but I couldn't figure out how to read the 'long' hand when it points to a certain number.

My grandma, whom I guess saw my 'plight', came over and assisted me. She pointed to the clock in our living room and slowly explained that each visible numbers (1 to 12) is in multiples of 5. I was still puzzled as to why it is so.

She further explained that there are 60 minutes in an hour. And every big number (1 to 12) is in multiples of 5 minutes. So 5 mins x 1 equals 5 mins, 5 mins x 2 equals 10 mins and so on.

By this time I was pretty excited about this time reading thing. I started to exclaimed to her "So, if the long hand points to 6 it means its 30 mins!"

"Clever!" she said.

After figuring out this "amazing time reading ability", I was doing my homework effortlessly. I was writing down the time of each clock picture and I was quite happy for myself. Of course, my grandma was always there, looking over to see that I was doing it right.

After finishing my homework, I spent my time reading the TV programmes section of the newspapers and naturally I learned how many hours and minutes left before a show begins on TV. I would tell her what time her shows starts, and what time it ends. Yes, I was excited. Because now I can read time.

Twenty years on, the lady who taught me how to read time have passed away. My grandma passed away at her home last Friday.

Many moments in my life, when I have failed and others thought badly of me, she was there to console and encourage me to do better. She used to say "Amy belajar pandai-pandai, belajar tinggi-tinggi. Nanti esok Amy hidup senang. Takpe, sekarang memang susah nanti dah besar nanti hidup senang." She calls me Amy. Sounds like a girlish name(which I found out later in primary school) but actually it's a guy's name too. (just for your info people)

It's nice to hear that someone believes in you and gives you hope. It was an encouragement that pushed me to learn and make use of time to gain knowledge whenever I can.

Thank you Grandma. For everything.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Obama wins? A new era? Well... let's hope

Subscribe to this guy, Phillip DeFranco, almost every week or even a few times a week, he gives his take on what is going on in the world in less than a few minutes. He may talk really fast but he gives you a lot of information with a dose of sarcasm, jokes and opinions.

Friday, October 31, 2008

MotoGP coming to Singapore

We had the Formula 1 and before that we had those speed boat races at the Singapore river in front of the Esplanade.

I think Singapore just like things fast, and now we are going to have MotoGP. Frankly, I prefer looking at bike racing rather than 4 wheel racing. I find it more exciting bikes fighting for top place and cutting out each other on each corner. Not forgetting the wheelies they do when they cross the finish line.

It is a nice feeling to go at high speeds with the power of the engine between your legs.

News excerpt from Yahoo! news:
"SINGAPORE : Now that Singapore has established itself as a premier venue for Formula 1, get ready for the biggest and fastest thing on two wheels. MotoGP, the motorbike equivalent of F1, is set to make its debut here as early as 2011 when Singapore’s first permanent race track is completed. Speaking from his Madrid office in Spain, MotoGP boss Carmelo Ezpeleta told TODAY that his company Dorna Sports, which holds the commercial rights to MotoGP, has signed an agreement with a Singaporean company to stage a round of the 18—leg world championships here, when the planned track is completed..."

Click here to read more.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Football fight in Singapore

Some striker took a cheap shot at a defender and the goalkeeper comes to the "rescue". Well actually he just wanted to beat up the assailant.

I guess that's normal when tensions are high in a football match. Everyone just wants to win but when the other wins unfairly or an unfair decision was made, players have the tendency to play it rough.

Frankly, the referee should have intruded and be firm towards the players rather than walking back deeper into the field. Give a red card ref!

Monday, October 20, 2008

I love the Wonder Girls

Pretty girls, cool choreography, great song, you wonder what else these girls have to offer. Apparently there are a hit sensation over in Korea. The news are so busy talking about the North Koreans, yet not much is reported about what is happening in South Korea. If it wasn't for my friend who told me about this group, I wouldn't have heard of them.

Their song is so catchy and so are their moves, esp the part when they clap and point. The girls won K-Chart No.1 for this cute song.

The girls are made up of
Sunye, Ye-eun, Sunmi, Sohee and Yoobin. Personally I prefer them than the Pussycat Dolls.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

The new Macbooks from Apple

MacBooks just got slimmer, lighter, more roobost. I like the look and how Apple has got into detail on making these notebooks. With the glass trackpad and the LEDs, which means it is energy efficient and has a slicker look.

Apart from it's looks, they are more robust now, with a great graphics card to play your favourite games.

And apparently it has become more environmentally friendly. Using smaller packages for their MacBooks and removing unwanted toxics from the MacBooks, Apple is leading their products into a "safe" product for the Earth.

Do you like the new MacBooks? Do you feel like getting one?

Click here to go to Apple website.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Body of dead man found in Bedok Reservoir

Excerpt from Channelnewsasia:

"SINGAPORE : The body of a dead man was found floating near a jetty at Bedok Reservoir Road on Wednesday evening.

Singapore Civil Defence Force pulled his body out of the reservoir after receiving a call from a member of the public at about 8:20pm."

Click here to read more.

Another death in a reservoir, maybe it is about time we put a barrier around the reservoir?

Teacher destroys phone of student using it during class

Teacher Destroys Students Phone - Free videos are just a click away

Oh how I wish I could do that.

Handphone is an amazing invention, but I think it has become an irritant. How many people's lives are lost because of errant drivers who use their handphones while driving, or how irritating it becomes when someone talks loudly on the public transport full of passengers, or when you are watching a movie that you paid with your hard earned money, only to be marred by some idiot who forgot to turn the phone off/silent.

Or how abt this? Listening to some idiot on the next toilet cubicle talking on the phone while he is doing his business. You can really learn a lot from his conversation but come on! You are doing a "personal" business, why would you want a twosome in there?

If I ever hear any hint of my friend being in a toilet talking to me on the phone, I'll just ask him to call me back once he is done. I don't think I wanna hear you let out your pressure sounds. Sorry, but I am NOT the scat type. It is just disgusting.

If you want talk to me when you are doing your business, call me when you are screwing someone. At least I get free porn.

I do not think these people are oblivious, they are just ignorant. It is just basic courtesy to switch off your phones during class, in a movie, in a concert, etc. Even if you forgot, quickly turn it to silent or better yet, switch if OFF!

I understand some calls are urgent, but not all calls rite? If you must answer the call, excuse yourself and leave the room. No one needs to hear you chatter away when they are there to concentrate in class.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

A girl sat on my lap in the MRT

Ok, I should add the word, "accidentally" in my title but I just couldn't resist omitting that. Anyway, the story goes like this:

I sat on the middle seat, reading my notes. I was concentrating on it because I need to memorize some of the points in the paper. Anyhow, I recall the train moving, or should I say, accelerating then I felt a nice soft bump on my left lap. There was a short wobble and that's when I realise a girl just sat on my lap.

Needless to say, she was a bit embarrassed and I think some of the passengers saw the whole thing. She did apologise and I just replied "It's all right.." with a smile. To her rescue was her female friend who was in the train with her who quickly chatted up with her. I guess to make it look like it wasn't a big deal.

So how did she got to sat on my lap momentarily? She was trying to sit next to me, but the acceleration of the train made her lose her balance as she was about to place her butt on the seat.

So instead of butt-to-seat, it was butt-to-lap. A very soft landing it was.

In case you were wondering, she did sit next to me through out the whole journey. She was quite sweet looking too.

Yes, yes,.... I actually enjoyed that moment. Evil me....

Friday, October 3, 2008

Submitting your MC does not make you weak

If you are sick, see a doctor. If you got an MC, just submit it. Whether it was because you had sprains, headaches, breathing difficulty or even a toothache, just submit your MC.

Click here to read more about NSman who died recently.

Sad to hear another of our Singaporean sons died serving his NS. No one really knows why he didn't submit his MC, probably he felt he was ok, or he didn't want to be perceived as weak. It happens in the NS. When I had bowel problems during my days in BMT and was given MC, one of the Sargents there was being bloody sarcastic. "Oh, small stomach problem also got light duty eh? Then might as well don't serve la, stay home with your mummy", Needless to say I was pissed at him, if I had a gun I would have shot him..... well not literally, the idea just went pass through my head at tat moment.

Yes, NS life can really mess with your head sometimes. And some ppl can't take, and depending on the individual, they all have different ways of handling it. Some laugh it off, some become vengeful, some become suicidal,.... Let's face it, it is a whole new world in NS. And if you are like me, who has lived on that tiny island which seems to be a degree hotter than Singapore, you know what I am talking about.

The heat, the screaming, the endless push ups, the 'wayangs', ok well, it is all not that bad. The food was good, the bunk mates were great, the view was fantastic, the air was fresh.... except for that occasional stench when the tide goes down.

For those of you guys out there preparing to go for NS. My advice is to precondition yourself. Not just in body but also in mind. Involve yourself in outdoor activities that require you to be away from home for a period of time. You'll learn to be more independent and prepared.

And if you are sick or unwell. Just see a doctor and if it requires you to rest, you better rest! You may feel fine, but disregarding a doctor's advice is just playing a gamble with your life.

Saturday, September 27, 2008

NS man shot in the groin area

SINGAPORE: A police national serviceman was injured in the groin when a fellow officer accidentally discharged a round from his sub—machine gun while the two were on guard duty.

The incident happened on Monday night at the Police Key Installation Protection Training Camp along Ulu Pandan Road.

Read more here.

Ouch! What a terrible area to be inflicted at. He must be checking his balls and dick making sure there are all there.

The Joker meets Bush on the bailout plan

I think this clip puts the Joker as the hero rather than the villain. With the current economic crisis, the Joker seems to have a better plan at getting America out of recession. But with two villians facing off, I think both have different or rather evil intentions on their propositions.

Anyway, back to reality, confidence of consumers and investors are at a low. With the China food scare that is going around and the dwindling markets, we wonder where this is heading. America is still at war, and probably would want another war (haha! nothing new abt that), China is still trying to fix the food problem and many other problems plagueing their country one after the other ( to name a few: earthquakes, pollutions, tainted China products etc...).

Oil prices have taken a few dips, after a few scares that it might go even higher than predicted. Food prices has kinda become a little cheaper with all the food sales going on, probably because of the tainted China food products.

Here in Singapore, it isn't all that bad. Economy seems to be strong, ppl still do go out and shop. We still have options on food prices, not everything here is expensive, that is of course if you know where to look.

I think the main problems that are concerning Singaporeans are the jobs availability and high costs of living. With the influx of foreigners filling up jobs here, Singaporeans naturally have concern on whether they will be left out. Gone are the days when Singaporeans are sought after so much, now businesses rather employ workers who are cheaper but as reliable or willing to put more working hours than Singaporeans.

Costs of living is high here, I think anyone who have lived here long enough have realised that by now. But personally, Singaporeans still have options. We can still save a small part of our salary, we can still go out and buy cheap products, cheap foods. It isn't so bad really, eventhough I wish I could live more 'comfortably' here.

Comfortably meaning that I won't have to worry so much about my future. With no more pension paying companies anymore, we are left to fend for ourselves on our future. So knowing where to put your money is crucial if you want to live a comfortable life ahead.

We all know CPF is not enough to keep out standard of living constant after we retire(IF we retire at all). Singaporeans are living longer and are more conscious of their health. I see a lot of old men and women brisk walking, jogging and some even running around my neighbourhood. Singaporeans do know how to keep a healthy lifestyle, which I think is a very good trend for everyone else to follow.

So with a lot more older ppl in this country, I think it is time we add more character education in our school curriculum. Many times I have seen youngsters not giving way for passengers to alight, not giving up their seats, making a lot of noise, etc. We are beginning to see a lack of decency in our youths.

Maybe I was unfortunate enough to see the "Dark side" of the youths but I do not think what I have seen applies to all youths in general. I have seen sparks in the youths of today, some do still speak courteously, act graciously and offer to help those in need.

Learning to be respected one has to learn to respect other people.

To avoid an ungracious society, we have to start from the youth and work on from there. Religious and racial tolerance is necessary, and we have been practicing that for decades. A lot of it is necessary now with a lot of foreigners coming into our country. Singapore itself has become a 'rojak' culture. Eventhough it looks 'rojak' it is still a nice place to live, just like the rojak you eat at the stall; Messy array of food, mixed together but tastes nice still.

This kind of mixing of cultures, religion, races isn't new but with addition of new 'flavours' everyone now has to learn to get along with these new 'flavours'. And some how we can all find a balance and get along. I am sure everyone remembers the incident of having foreign workers living near our home. The concerns of Singaporeans living that area are genuine but at the same time I wonder if they were becoming a bit unreasonable.

An uncle of mind lives in a private house owned by his parents. There were some works going on just like 5 steps away from his front gate. Foreign workers where there doing some kind of heavy work and there were working on it for days. He has a sister who lives there at the time.

One day his dad made a jug of orange drink and brought out some plastic cups. My uncle was wondering what he was doing with it and asked him on his purpose. His dad replied, "Oh nothing, just saw those Bangalas out there working. So just thought of offering them some drinks." Of course the foreign workers were pleased when they were offered the drinks. There were small exchanges of words and smiles all around, what his dad did was gracious.

A small kind offer like that actually brings happiness to all their lives. It wasn't necessary at all for him to do that but as a human being, I think he knows these ppl are working hard, and in some way are contributing to our country. These worker are living so far away from home, and I am pretty sure not everyone likes to be so far away from home and work somewhere on a foreign country day and night, making whatever they have earned to send back some money to their families back home.

Not every youth is ungracious and not every foreign worker is a likely criminal.

We have to start from ourselves if we want others to treat us the way we would like to be treated. Be gracious and not look at others like as if he/she is a likely criminal.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Things do not always go your way

After working for some months, I began to see the cracks in the company. I seriously think the IT department has a lot of improvements to make on their online system. A funny thing happened when I was applying for a half day off that turned out with some strange results. And because my 'off' requires approval from my superior, he was kinda pissed with me when he got two time offs on a same day.

Some how the system "accidentally" sent two time offs to him and it confuses him and myself. I had to be firm with my explanation stating that I did try to send him the time offs for approval but I got a 'collision' error instead. If my time off submission was sent, it would have already reflected in the summary but it didn't, so how did he get that time off submission when I actually had an error that doesn't allow me to submit the time offs to him. I further explained that I already did called the helpdesk and even sent an email with an screenshot of the error asking for advise on this problem.

It kinda sickens me when something as simple as managing your time online takes such a long time to rectify. I wonder if I can ever apply leave at all!

Because of this, I wasn't able to do other side projects for the company. These side projects take time to do, it is not official, but we realise as a team that it is important to do it because it will benefit the future intakes next year.

I don't wish to talk more abt it because it just makes me boil thinking abt it. Obviously, there is something wrong with the system. I just don't want this incident strain our relationship, hopefully it gets resolved soon and I am going to make sure of it.

Thursday, September 25, 2008

T-Mobile G1 Android Phone : An ugly phone with potential

I like the way how you can customize the way you unlock your phone. I like the keyboard slide, very helpful when you want to write a long email or text document. I like the buttons, the functionality, the ability to add widgets, shortcuts. I also like how it moves to landscape mode when you tilt your phone horizontally. I like the touchscreen too!

I just do not like the look of it. Unlike the Iphone where I would go "Ooo.... Aaahhh!" with my eyes and mouth wide open. It took me a while to appreciate how good this phone really is.

It looks pretty much simplistic even though it has so many buttons. And it has interesting shortcuts for you to access certain functions in your phone.

I think there are other specs that it lacks but I have yet to find out what they are. With so many news on the net about this product, it gets pretty confusing. I will update accordingly when I have found the right info about this product.


Networks - GSM/GPRS (without EDGE) Chipset - TI OMAP 1710 216 MHz CPU and 64 MB of memory Display – 2.5” 320x240 pixels touchscreen 2-megapixel camera Wi-Fi 802.11g Built-in SIP VOIP-client Opera browser Widgets (i.e. weather forecast of share rating)

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Why do I keep dreaming it is Friday?

I was really tired today. Haven't had enough sleep the past day so needless to say, I knocked out around 9 plus.

But I had this reoccurring dream that it is Friday and my mind kept trying to wake up but somehow my body just couldn't bother at all. But still, my mind kept insisting to wake up.

Somehow my body prevailed and I woke up just in time for breakfast and now I feel so refreshed.

Moral of the story?

Listen to your body.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

9000 penises for your children

Yes, 9000. That's how many there are out there.

Who are they?

There is a network of them going on out there. From the video, Oprah is warning us about them. They are organised and they post videos on the net of their escapades. I do not know if this network spreads over to this country but it doesn't hurt to be careful.

We already are having problems looking for safe food for our children (Yes, I am talking abt those milk made in China). We are now facing a growing problem of sick men who derive satisfaction from raping children.

The Most Dangerous Battery

I do not know if it is the World's Dangerous Battery. There are other forms of stored energy that has much more catastrophic effect than this but this battery does burn up into flames if overcharged. So that means if you leave your remote control planes, cars, helicopters etc, charged for too long, you will create fire.

I wonder if phone batteries flame up if it is left to over charged for too long..... hmmm.... come to think of it, how about my laptop battery?

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Look at how a cat creeps up on you

This video is funny and creepy at the same time. I have seen my cat do that to me before. All you have to do is peak your head out of a corner, and then hide back behind the corner. Keep doing it and you will see how your cat seems to appear closer to you.

It doesn't work on stray cats though. :P

Beat up that Mat game!

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What a game! I can't believe I am so sadistic to be actually enjoying this game. No offence to those Mats out there, but such game is sure to sprung up sooner or later.

Obviously this game is not PG rated, it is quite gore and painful to watch. But heck, it did say Punish toPurify! Enjoy the game and have a ball!

Click here to go to their website.

Monday, September 15, 2008

Singapore swimmer Yip wins gold in 50m backstroke

Congratulations Yip Pin Xiu, for winning gold in the Paralympics 50m Backstroke. Not only did she break the Paralympic record but also the world record!

Read more about her achievement here.

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Stress: It can make you kill yourself or make you kill others

You have read about ppl killing themselves because of stress. Yes, the many ways of suicide you can read about in the news here on our tiny island. Be it jumping off a building, or jumping onto the tracks of an incoming train, or wrist slashing, etc. But even though stress can make you self mutilate, I think this story has a different take on how stress can enrage you to go beyond your own limits.

This man stabbed his wife several times, IN FRONT OF HIS CHILDREN who were pleading him to stop! The lady survived the attack but the man went further in trying to saw off her head. Woah! This guy seriously have issues!

Read about it here.

I personally think he is insane. The reason why I think he is insane is because of 3 factors:

1) He tried to kill his wife
2) He tried to kill his wife, in front of his children
3) He tried to kill his wife, in front of his children by trying to saw off her head

You have to be really mad to even try to kill your wife and the fact that he tried to do it in front of his children is just merciless. Doesn't this guy have any compassion when his children are pleading for him to stop. His children is going to be scarred for life because of that incident. And trying to decapitate someone let alone your own wife is just plain crazy.

" Deputy Public Prosecutor Cheryl Kam described Tan's attack on Madam Goh as savage and brutal."- Channelnewsasia

You darn right it's savage and brutal! I hope they send him for some kind of psychiatric treatment because locking him up isn't going to solve his problem.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

My first Google adsense cheque

Yup, finally got me cheque. At least, I know Google adsense is not ripping me off. Haha! Thanks Google!

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Noel Gallagher attacked on stage during a performance

Despite being pushed down, Noel manages to get up and Oasis continued playing about 5 mins later. Even though they could have ended the concert there, they continued on to play till the end. Sounds like Noel seems fine, but latest news revealed that Noel has a broken a rib and suffered ligament damage. Hope you get well soon Noel.

You can see from the video that the attacker was going after Liam next but he was quickly brought down before he could even reach him. I think it comes to a shock to everyone seeing something like that happen during a concert.

The whole incident happened in Toronto, Canada. I am just surprised by their lax in security. How could anyone get on stage so easily like that?

Read more about it here.

And here.

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Man rapes his 8 DAY OLD DAUGHTER!

WTF?! Seriously! What the F***?! What sick man could even rape his own daughter let alone someone who is only 8 DAYS OLD?!

I seriously do not care what kind of excuse or past abuse this man had. Raping your own daughter is sick! And how the F**** do you even have the ability to be aroused by a baby.

And yes I put man NOT Father, because this man aka monster, is not fit to be a father.

Click here to read more about this sick, sick monster.

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Google creates a browser

Yup, it is called Google Chrome. Rumors are going on in the net as to what can it can do and when it will launch. Apparently they are launching a beta version tomorrow to 100 countries. Not too sure if it will be launch here yet but let's hope we will get to try it ourselves.

Read the web comic abt his new web browser.

Read more abt it here.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

2 boys found motionless at Bedok

Excerpt from Channelnewsasia:

" Police received a call at about 5.20am alerting them to the boys, both 16-years-old.

One of them was pronounced dead at the scene.

The other was sent to Changi General Hospital, but died later at about 8am.

16 years of age? What were those boys doing out so late? Was this some kind of gang fight or something? The news are pretty vague at present, but this incident is near to a couple of schools around the area. I hope the police found out what happened and step up the patrols there.

Click here to read more.

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Michael Phelps wins his 8th Olympic Gold Medal

Definitely the man of Olympia. He has won the 8th gold medal, surpassing Mark Spitz record of 7 gold medals.

Congrats Phelps! It will be a long time before anyone can ever match your record.

Click here to read more about his 8th gold medal.

Here's more news about his win.

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Usain bolts pass at 9.69 seconds!

What an amazing event. I think no one is able to reach his record for a very long time. To pass 9.70 seconds is almost impossible but Usain crossed that mark comfortably without any tail wind.

Heck, the second man, Richard Thompson of Trinidad and Tobago, crossed the line at 9.89 seconds. That's TWENTY seconds more!

Just how fast is Usain Bolt?
Too fast! You can actually see that he kinda slowed his stride slightly before reaching the line. I bet he can go even faster.

He is gunning to win the 200m in the upcoming event.

Usain Bolt is the first Jamaican to win this Olympic event.

Click here to read more about his amazing sprint for gold.

Michael Phelps in seven heaven

Yes, another gold for Phelps, and a record that matches Mark Spitz's record at Munich in 1972.

Just one more short of achieving his goal, he definitely will be ranked as one of the greatest olympian in the pool.

His next race is on Sunday, a 4x100m medley relay.

Click here to read more of his 7th straight gold in the Olympics.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Casio EX-F1 has a cool slow motion view

This camera just makes you go like Keanu Reeves in the Matrix saying "Wooooah.....". With it's ability to catch still shots at 60fps, you can capture those moments in several motions in a second. What it means you can create slow motion shots. I think some of you guys are begining to realise the potential of this camera.

It records in HD video. And you can record your videos in 1200fps. Imagine if you have this camera for the olympics or better yet for the coming Youth Olympics here. Although it seems a a little grainy looking on the playback but I think we going to see a lot of better versions of this in the time to come.

A little low on its resolution, only 6 megapixel, but it's unique features makes it up for it plus it has a 12x zoom.

Apart from it's interesting features, the camera looks light and compact, great camera to bring along on your vacation trips.

Click here to read more about the Casio EX-F1.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Bernie Mac dies at the age of 50

Bernie Mac (Bernard Jeffrey McCullough) dies from pneumonia at a Chicago hospital. He was famous for his comedic acts. Most notably from his Bernie Mac show and the Ocean's Eleven, Twelve and Thirteen.

Click here to read more.

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Li Jiawei holds the RESPONSIBILITY as the flag-bearer to NOT let the flag touch the ground

I can't but feel disgusted at what Li Jiawei did, whether it was intentional or not. Anyone who holds the country's flag has to hold it up right and not let it touch the floor. It is a sign of disrespect to let it touch the ground.

Even if carrying the flag is heavy, (which I doubt it is since everyone else was carrying their own flags with pride and she was waving her hand while holding it), she should at least try to keep it off the ground. You do not necessarily need to wave the flag, just KEEP IT OFF THE GROUND. And seeing her dragging it, I mean literally dragging it across the ground, I feel like screaming at her. OMG! I didn't see her realising it or even try to keep it off the ground during the entrance walk.

Yes, I saw her waving her hand, even if you want to wave, watch the FLAG! Make sure it is not touching the ground! I would prefer her waving the flag than doing that.

I don't know if she was so happy to be in China or seeing so many of her Chinese people there, but she forgets one important thing of all. Her RESPONSIBILITY as the flag-bearer.

I mean like in a battlefield. You can watch in the movies, how important the flag is. It is also a symbol of strength, even when they are shot or missing a limb, the soldier still holds it up as high as he can before the next soldier comes in to hold it up after him.

If she can't hold it up right, let someone else do it. I am not sure if she volunteered or someone picked her as the flag-bearer. But anyone, who is responsible for raising or carrying the flag has to be briefed at the rules and how the flag should be carried/raised.


Respect for Flag

9.—(1) No person shall treat the Flag with disrespect.

(2) No person in possession of the Flag shall allow or cause the
Flag to touch the floor or ground, even when lowering the Flag from
a staff or flagpole.

(3) The Flag shall not be —
(a) used in any trademark or for any commercial purpose;
(b) used as a means, or for the purposes, of advertisement;
(c) used as, or as part of, any furnishings, decoration, covering
or receptacle;
(d) displayed or used at any private funeral activity; or
(e) incorporated or worn as part of any costume or attire.
(4) No person shall produce or display any flag which bears any
graphics or word superimposed on the design of the Flag.
(5) Paragraph (4) shall not apply to the production by or on behalf
of, or the display by, any Government department of its flag.

Of our National Day and the passing of my great-grandma

43 years on, and Singapore still lives on as a independent state. We can't forget those who have sacrificed a lot to make our country what it is today.

2 days ago, I received news from my sis that my great-grandma has passed away. Hjh Marfu'ah Binte Hj. Arshad, at the age of 92, passed away in her home. She was the headmaster of 'Sekolah Melayu Kampong Glam' in Arab Street. She was buried yesterday morning at Pusara Abadi.

We love you and miss you great-grandma.

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Yawning is contagious among people....... and dogs too

Yes, there is proof that dogs yawn when you yawn. Try it out on your dog or if you dare, come up towards a K9 dog and yawn in front of it. Just make sure you don't have any illegal items hidden under your clothing.

Click here to see the evidence.

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Singapore has fewer policemen per 100,000 people but lower crime rate than some cities

News excerpt (Channelnewsasia):

"SINGAPORE: Cities like Hong Kong and New York have more police officers per 100,000 people of its population compared to Singapore.

Yet the Republic fared better when it comes to keeping crime rate down last year, said Deputy Prime Minister Wong Kan Seng at a community event.

And that's because Singaporeans have played their part to deter criminals."

Click here to read more.

Such a positive report. For one thing, we don't have much riots or people going on strike. Such things are illegal. So, again, the govt of Singapore are lucky that Singaporeans are a harmonious lot.

But let's get back to the facts here. The way I see it, Singapore's police force is under-staffed and we have had a high jump in population over the past years. The amount of foreigners have increased, surpassing a million. We have a lot of events going on every year, with the National Day coming in a few days time, with quite a considerable amount of security being deployed. Not to mention the armed forces marching during the parade and also those helping out with the National Day event.

I remember reading about how our policemen and women are working over time. I even heard of a friend's friend who couldn't get leave for his engagement this year. Rumours or not, this problem has to addressed. With the upcoming IR in the works, I wonder if we have enough police to patrol our streets.

Monday, July 28, 2008

A nice website to download desktop wallpapers of cars

If you like cars, I am sure you would like to have one on your desktop. I am sure every car enthusiast has a favourite. You can find it here on this website. It has the photos of latest cars.

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Singapore is the 13th most expensive place to live

This is one race I hope Singapore won't come out tops. I am not surprised really, especially with everything rising, including our food, energy, etc. It's expensive to live on this small little dot. So much has changed in the past years that you wonder where this is heading.

In Asia, Singapore is ranked 5th. In South & South-East Asia, we are ranked 1st, beating Mumbai, India for the top spot.

Singapore's world ranking in the most expensive cities list

2008 ~ 13th (behind Paris, France)
2007 ~ 14th (behind Paris,France)
2006 ~ 17th (behind Paris,France)
2005 ~ 34th (behind Luxembourg)
2004 ~ 46th (behind Jakarta, Indonesia)
2003 ~ 32nd (behind Douala, Cameroon)
2002 ~ 24th (behind Honolulu, United States)

Sources: Mercer, CNN, BBC, Channelnewsasia, Yahoo news

Friday, July 25, 2008

Is sperm nutritious? A doctor answers that question

If you must know,

Seminal liquid is made up of:

150 mg. protein
11 mg. carbohydrates
6 mg. fat.
3 mg. cholesterol
7% US RDA potassium
3% US RDA copper
3% US RDA zinc
300 million spermatoza

those are really small amounts and like the doctor said, "it is not particularly nutritious." It's not something you would want to add to your low-carb diet. Anyway, have a laugh at the persistent myth about the nutritional value of sperms. :)

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Man died peeing on LIVE rail

Well, when you goota go you goota go. But I guess this guy went somewhere unsafe.

News excerpt:
"According to reports, the Polish tourist went to find somewhere discreet to go to the toilet but his urine splashed on to the live rail."

Splash? I thought splash is scattered water. Well correct me if I wrong, but if it was a "splash", then the water flowing out of his urethra would have no contact on the rail isn't it? There has to be a constant flow of water to allow the electricity to flow from the Live rail to his body.

Anyway, I guess we may never really know how he actually died. He's a Polish tourist who came to England to improve his English. Well even if the signs are hard to read, at least such signs like above means some form of danger. But like I said, when you goota go, you gotta go. Maybe he was too excited to see the signs....... that is IF the signs where there in the first place.

Read about it here.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

My family in the newspaper!

Yup, my WHOLE family are in it. All dressed in red with our family logo. You can read more about it here on my previous post.

Here it is translated in English(if there is a wrong tranlation please leave a comment).

Bowling event brought together four generations of families

For three hours, as many as 20 out of 24 bowling lanes in SAFRA, Tampines was noisily interrupted by the laughters of a large family consisting of 120 people.

Happiness and flurry was clear evidence that this event was a success - Hajah Marfoah Haji Arshad's large family were very joyful and got to know more about one another.

An event like this with the purpose of bringing the family even more closer together, is rarely done in a large family such as this. Most families would usually make a party event or a picnic.

As much as $3,500 was spent for the event.

The four generations of Hajah Marfoah's family - from the age of two months to 73 years old - wore the same colour T-shirt.

Hajah Marfoah, 91 years of age, was the headmaster of Sekolah Melayu Kampong Glam in Arab Street. She has 12 children, 41 grandchild and 57 great grandchild.

The group chairman of 'Family Of 46' or 'Keluarga 46', Mr Murshid Nasir, 43 years of age, an Executive of Operation in a company in Changi Airport, said:

'We began with organising a celebration for Mothers ' day on 2006 and then a tour to Pulau Redang, Terengganu, and Kelantan last year.

'This time it was slightly unique... playing bowling together. Indeed it was enjoyable when the family got together having fun. A stress reliever!'

Family 46 name was derived from Hajah Marfoah's family previous home number at Jalan Kechot near Jalan Eunos. The event ended with benediction.

Here's what was written in bahasa Melayu.

Acara bowling erat silaturahim keluarga empat generasi

ELAMA tiga jam, sebanyak 20 daripada 24 lorong gelanggang boling Safra di Tampines riuh-rendah dengan hilai tawa sebuah keluarga besar Melayu sekitar 120 orang.

Kemeriahan dan keriuhan yang jelas terasa itu terbukti tidak sia-sia - keluarga besar Hajah Marfoah Haji Arshad semakin mesra dan lebih mengenali satu sama lain.

Acara beriadah sambil meningkatkan silaturahim dengan bermain boling itu jarang dilakukan mana-mana keluarga besar di sini. Kebanyakannya mengadakan acara jamuan atau berkelah.

Sebanyak $3,500 dibelanjakan untuk acara tersebut.

Para anggota keluarga besar empat generasi Hajah Marfoah - daripada umur dua bulan hingga 73 tahun - sepakat memakai kemeja-T sama warna.

Hajah Marfoah, 91 tahun, ialah mantan guru besar Sekolah Melayu Kampong Glam di Arab Street. Beliau mempunyai 12 anak, 41 cucu dan 57 cicit.

Pengerusi kumpulan keluarga bergelar 'Family of 46' atau Keluarga 46 itu, Encik Murshid Nasir, 43 tahun, eksekutif operasi sebuah syarikat di Lapangan Terbang Changi, berkata:

'Kami bermula dengan mengadakan sambutan Hari Ibu pada 2006 dan melancong ke Pulau Redang, Terengganu, dan Kelantan tahun lalu.

'Kali ini unik sedikit... sama-sama bermain boling. Memang seronok apabila keluarga besar berkumpul sambil beridah. Hilang segala stres!'

Nama Keluarga 46 itu ialah sempena nombor rumah asal keluarga Hajah Marfoah di Jalan Kechot dekat Jalan Eunos. Acara itu diakhiri dengan doa selamat.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

The car that runs on AIR!

Wow! We have cars that run on hydrogen, CNG, Biofuels, water, electricity, and oil. Now we have a car that runs on AIR? Can you imagine going to the fuel station and instead of stopping at the petrol pump, you stop at the air pump to fill up your car. Plus, it has zero pollution, well apart from the noise pollution that it emits, other wise, the only thing that comes out of the exhaust is cool air.

I think they won't replace the cars soon, but they might be appearing on public transports like buses and taxis. If air is free, then we shouldn't be given the 30 cents surcharge on our cab rides. What do you think?

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

World's oldest blogger dies at age 108

Wow! 108 years of age. I don't even know if I even live that long. But to be able type and your memories still fresh is just amazing for someone her age. I think she will be in the Guinness Records for being the oldest blogger in the world.

I wonder if her blog will be archived somewhere since no one will be updating it now.

Excerpts from the CNN website:

"She had a wonderful memory, and an amazing zest for life," said her friend Eric Shackle....

Said Shackle: "The thousands of loving messages she received from fellow bloggers in such places as Iceland, India, Iran, North and South America and Australia helped keep her alive in her final year.

"Her only regret was that she couldn't reply to them."

Read about her in the news here.

Read her blog here.

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Family 46 Bowling Meet 2008 cum Gathering

Wow, what a day I had, I haven't been blogging much because I been so tired lately preparing for the day. Had a lot of practice at night (literally bowled till after midnight) with me family and also took time helping out with the committee on organizing the event.

I did a simple logo for me family. And no, we don't have 46 people in our family. 46 was the name of the road of our old meeting which was our late Great-grandpa's home. I have a pretty big family so usually we meet up at Lorong 46, Jalan Kechot. Not just during Hari Raya but on every other occasions we would meet up. The house still stands but now with a owner. The reason why it is such a memorable place for us was because, a lot of us grew up together with the home. The area used to be so 'kampung', so when I was a kid, we all had a lot of play area. We would run around, play hide and seek, explore the 'kampung', Singapore was still growing then, there were still pockets of 'kampungs' here and there. I guess I was quite lucky to see a a bit of it before Singapore became a concrete jungle.

Anywayz, the event was really a blast. Basically no one left empty handed, there were prizes for the top scorers, best team score, second and third placings. But there were other categories of winning, like Perfect 100, Score 46 only, Most balls in the 'longkang', First Strike of the game, Most funniest bowler, Most supporting team, etc and many funny categories. Most didn't know about it until the prizing giving ceremony at the end.

The kids had their own categories too, yes, they played too! We took up 20 lanes out of 24, so imagine how many people were actually playing. It was really fun. During the game itself, we all tried to out do each other, and give support at the same time. There were a lot of screaming, shouting, sighing, and with the loud music, it seems like everyone was on adrenaline. Haha!

Tuesday, July 8, 2008


Yeah the rumours are running around about a movie from the famous comedy sitcom, FRIENDS. Seems like the rumours are true! They are going to bring the them back on to the Big Screen! Wohoo!!

I grew up watching friends since I was a teenager. It was my favourite show. I think it was showing on Monday nights. Which I look forward to it everweek, and FRIENDS always perks up my night.

I remember how my friends and I use to associate ourselves with the characters. There is Joey, the Italian laid-back actor with his cool pick-up lines. Chandler, the funny office worker who sometimes talks too fast and thinks really quickly with disastrous results. Ross, the pessimistic but intelligent whining guy who even with his PhD, seems to be making a lot of mistakes in his life. Phoebe, the 'able' guitarist with her much different outlook on life. Rachel, the pretty one who sometimes makes silly decisions in relationships. Monica, the perfectionist, who likes things clean and organized.

I just love the cast, it was really a sad day when FRIENDS came to a close. Ten years was a long time, and I am sure there were many of us who didn't want it to end. But we now will be able to see them together again. Can't wait to see them again next year!

Remember the cast:
Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry, Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer

Click here to read about it.

Sunday, July 6, 2008

6th of July is a special day

I opened up my wallet and looked at my driving license. It has been one year since my TP test. No more 'Triangle' plate for me. Haha! Now the two plastic reflectors are stuck in my room, a reminiscent memory of my 'driving learning' days.

Still in good condition, I think I'll keep it for my siblings when they take their driving license.

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Change your body car easily

I was impressed with the design, I like how it doesn't use petrol (we need less polluting cars), I like how you can change from right-hand driving to left-hand driving, I like how spacious it looks, I like the tv cameras situated around the car and also the possibility that you can change this family saloon car into convertible sports car within 30 mins.

But what made me go "WOah!" was how easily the mechanics remove the car body. It looks like the way we change our phone cover, just unsnap, remove it and you put on a new car body. Not forgetting how much easier it is for mechanics to fix or do maintenance on the car with that kind of simplicity.

It's the future!

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Learning Chinese in 5 mins with these simple words

Learn Chinese in 5 minutes...(You MUST read them out loud)

1) That's not right ....................... Sum Ting Wong
2) Are you harboring a fugitive?............. Hu Yu Hai Ding
3) See me ASAP................................ Kum Hia Nao
4) Stupid Man ........................... Dum Fuk
5) Small Horse ......................... Tai Ni Po Ni
6) Did you go to the beach? ............ Wai Yu So Tan
7) I bumped into a coffee table ........ Ai Bang Mai Fa Kin Ni
8) I think you need a face lift ........... Chin Tu Fat
9) It's very dark in here ................. Wao So Dim
10) I thought you were on a diet ........... Wai Yu Mun Ching
11) This is a tow away zone ................ No Pah King
12) Our meeting is scheduled for next week ... Wai Yu Kum Nao
13) Staying out of sight ................ Lei Ying Lo
14) He's cleaning his automobile .......... Wa Shing Ka
15) Your body odor is offensive ........... Yu Stin Ki Pu
16) Great .......................... Fa Kin Su Pah

Monday, June 30, 2008

Amy Winehouse punches a fan while singing

Such rare talent, singing while punching at the same time. I think one of the fans was doing something that she was unhappy about. The rage kinda built up when the fan was persistent abt it, thus ensues the punches.

It went something like:

"I ain’t got 70 days

..... Nothing
(*punch! punch!)

nothing (*punch) you (*punch) can (*punch) teach me!"

Well for one thing it IS SOMETHING, and you were definitely TEACHING someone...... a lesson that is.

Friday, June 27, 2008

Relish every good moment in your life

This ad so the drama and hilarious at the same time. It is just amazing how much they relish the moment and celebrate it like football fans watching their team score.

Thursday, June 26, 2008

The "1,000,000 views girl", is at it again

Appearing with make-up, she does look prettier, mature. But not as many are viewing her. Is she losing her popularity?

See here other popular video here.

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Ronaldo leaves United

Ronaldo is leaving United, and guess who is pissed off. :)

Monday, June 23, 2008

Do NOT photocopy your butt

It hurts and it is not sexy, especially if you are overweight like this guy, who apparently didn't take into consideration that the glass panel can't hold his weight.

But I think, if you were this girl, ...... well exceptions do apply.

Saturday, June 21, 2008

This man danced on every country he visited!

This is just amazing. I wonder how did he get the money to do this. 14 months in the making, Matt travelled the world to dance on several countries. Nothing special you might say, but include it with the citizens of the country he visited, it comes out into an amazing video!

Some were funny, some were cool. Everyone was thoroughly enjoying themselves, smiling and laughing! And yes, Singapore was included too! Man, how I wish I was in it! Haha!

Check out his website!

Friday, June 20, 2008

How to save on your petrol

If the petrol price is straining on your budget, try out what these people do. It gives you a good exercise and plus, it reduces traffic congestion.

So get on your sports shoes and start moving!