Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Princess Adiba...Princess Megu...hehehe

So, I have been down with a mild fever lately and ended up doing nothing but staring at the idiot box all day..just like my fever routine, the watever inch box didnt do much help either..BORING..with a capital B y'all..sigh...And then, there was a world women volleyball championship or watever on supersports..One of teams was Japan and you know what?? The captain, Megumi Kurihara or Princess Megu as what the call her, looks like Adib...iye betul..tak tipu..Puan Adiba kite...hehehehe...So, every time si megu ni main, arab n I will be like, c'mon adib!!!!hehehe...Cuba korang tgk pic ni betul2..ada resemblance tak...hehehe..but, what i saw in TV lagi real nampak cam adib, i google la abt her..ada fansite la plakkkkk..main volleyball pun ada peminat kan...maero attack!!!!

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Biq..This is for you...hehehe..

I dont know why, suddenly this song is in my mind..To Biq..enjoy!!! hehehehe...

Thursday, August 13, 2009

You gotta be kidding me!!

KUALA LUMPUR 12 Ogos - Pihak pengurusan Institut Perguruan Raja Melewar (IPRM), Negeri Sembilan telah melakukan pengubahsuaian dengan menambah bilik, katil dan almari bagi keselesaan guru-guru pelatih.

Unit Komunikasi Korporat, Kementerian Pelajaran dalam kenyataannya hari ini memberitahu antara pengubahsuaian yang dilakukan IPRM adalah mengubah bilik menonton televisyen menjadi tiga bilik untuk pelatih yang boleh memuatkan dua dan lima orang.

Dua unit pejabat lama penyelia asrama dan seunit pejabat warden juga dijadikan bilik guru pelatih yang boleh memuatkan dua orang sebilik.

''Semua bilik ini disediakan katil dan almari untuk setiap guru pelatih,'' ujar kenyataan itu.

Pada 22 Julai lalu, Utusan Malaysia melaporkan aduan seorang penjaga bahawa anaknya yang mendaftar di IPRM pada 13 Julai lalu ditempatkan di bilik asrama Blok D yang dihuni oleh dua orang guru pelatih senior.

Di bilik tersebut hanya terdapat dua buah katil dan almari milik pelatih senior. Guru pelatih baru terpaksa tidur di atas lantai manakala beg-beg berisi barangan keperluan harian terpaksa diletakkan di ruang antara dua buah katil itu.

Kenyataan itu menambah, bilik bersaiz besar di aras tiga dan empat yang sebelum ini dihuni dua pelatih kini dilengkapi peralatan tambahan untuk menempatkan tiga orang.

Selain itu, bilik menggosok pakaian di empat aras bangunan itu akan dijadikan bilik pelatih dengan disediakan katil dan almari.

ellymustafa: You're telling me our future teachers who are going to teach our children in the future were given a 3rd class facilities???!! I dont even call this a class at all. I call this a humiliation!!!

We expect the teachers to move the sun and the moon for the sake of our children's education, and we in return giving them this shit??

You fucking seriously gotta be kidding me.

p/s: got a lil' bit emotion involved sister is a teacher..good morning teacher muna! i love you. even tough u often asked me to do the art projects for your class decoration...arggghhhhh...i'm not artsy at all..pleaseeee.....

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

My First Roald Dahl

I first met Roald Dahl's creations when I was in form 1. We had this inter-class coral speaking competition. After an audition, I was selected into the team. I even got a line to myself!!!!whoaaaaa...hehehe..Anyway, this is the poem. This is the beginning of my love affair with Roald Dahl's creative thinking. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Thank you to my school for introducing a lot of english lit that I enjoyed reading and I hope I can meet those books again to give to my children.

p/s: The lady's line...Was my line..(bole imagine tak, I sebut those lines dlm sore yg mengada2?..hehehe..)

The Dentist and the Crocodile - by Roald Dahl

The crocodile, with cunning smile, sat in the dentist's chair.
He said, "Right here and everywhere my teeth require repair".
The dentist's face was turning white. He quivered, quaked and shook.
He muttered, "I suppose I'm going to have to take a look".
"I want you" Crocodile declared, "To do the back ones first.
The molars at the very back are easily the worst".
He opened wide his massive jaws. It was a fearsome sight.
At least three hundred pointed teeth, all sharp and white.
The dentist kept himself well clear. He stood two yards away.
He chose the longest probe he had to search out the decay.
"I said to do the back ones first!" the Crocodile called out.
"You're much too far away, dear sir, to see what you're about.
To do the back ones properly you've got to put your head deep
down inside my great big mouth" the grinning Crocodile said.
The poor old dentist wrung his hands and, weeping in despair.
He cried, "No, no! I see them all extremely well from here!"
Just then, in burst a lady, in her hands a golden chain.
She cried, "Oh Croc, you naughty boy, you're playing tricks again!"
"Watch out!" The dentist shrieked and started climbing up the wall.
"He's after me! He's after you! He's going to eat us all!"
"Dont be a twit" The lady said, and flashed a gorgeous smile.
"He's harmless. He's my little pet, my lovely crocodile".

note: gotta to put this in music category..cos it sounds like music to me..

Friday, August 7, 2009

Liyana Jasmay

ok babes..i'm not here to become a music critic or watever. but merely to express my thoughts. U can love me or loathe me, the ball is in your court.

Yesterday, arab and I were listening to xfm(formerly known as kot). They have this new segment called xgig extended. Which I think is very refreshing and cool. And apparently liyana jasmay and her band were performing. She is extremely a terrible singer. Thats all I can say. And I think she is humiliating herself in launching a singing career (she is a good actress btw. I love her in Castello). The pitch was off, the vocal fitness was not up to expectation, it was horrendous!!!

At the end of the gig, there was an interview with her and the band and she said, dont be judgemental in listening to her songs and listen with an open heart, open mind bla bla bla. I was Tell me liyana, how can i not be judgemental when your singing was not good enough for you to call yourself a singer. You buat band and menyanyi ni, suka2 je ke? You tau tak, suara you tak sedap? Your voice takde keistimewaan langsung, flat je. Keunikkan memang jauh sekali..Adehhh..

Again, I'm not trying to be an expert here. But, I know my ears and listening skill wont lie to me. Jadi,ini adalah pendapat saya, sebagai insan biasa yang buta muzik. Kalau nak jadi seorang pemuzik, penyanyi, cukupkan la ilmu di dada. Kalau tak banyak pun, sikit. Jangan sekali2 memperbodohkan diri dengan ketandusan pengetahuan. Sekurang-kurangnya orang ramai yang meneliti muzik anda tidak akan berkata tidak kepada bakat anda. Populariti yang dicari? Siapa yang tak nak jadi popular? Sume orang nak. Mencari keuntungan sementara musim muzik ini berlaku? Ia adalah memang satu keputusan bisnes yang amat bijak. Tapi jangan la sampai membuatkan orang mempersoalkan kredibiliti anda. Remember, people nowadays are smarter. So, stop feeding us with crap!!!!!!

Enough crap already..Good luck Liyana..To her fan, keep listening..hehe..

Saturday, August 1, 2009


I'm crazy with wall stickers right now. They are not widely used here in KL yet. I mean we here are more familiar with graphic wall paper. But wall stickers are manageable, adjustable, easy, etc..I wish I can have them on my wall...

Its a sad story afterall...

KUALA LUMPUR: Uncle Chen (not his real name) was brought to Ampang Hospital after suffering a fall. He has never seen home since then and is now living at the Kim Loo Ting Hong Ying Old Folks Home in Setapak here.

Chen, 74, recalls seeing a man whom he recognised as his son while he was in the hospital. He had happily thought that he was going to be taken home to his son’s house, only to watch helplessly as the man disappeared from sight.

When a social welfare volunteer confronted the man after Chen had pointed him out, the man denied knowing him or having any family ties to him.

That was five months ago, and even though he knows he has been abandoned by his children – he also has a daughter – Chen refused to be angry with them.

“As a parent, we never bear grudges against our children,” he said, wiping away tears.

Attempts to locate Chen’s son and his next of kin by the welfare home and the hospital staff failed as the home where Chen’s family members lived is no longer there.

He is one of several parents who were abandoned in public hospitals at a time when they should be spending their “golden years” with their family.

Children who could or would no longer bear the cost of taking care of their aged and infirm parents are treating hospitals like a “dumping ground” because food, shelter and medication are provided by the Government.

And it saves them the hassle of applying for places for their parents in government-run welfare homes.

Another senior citizen, Ng Ah Kow, who was left at the Penang Hospital, kept saying “Wa ai tui chu, tapi bor lui” (Hokkien for “I want to go home but I have no money”) during an interview.

According to the hospital’s medical social services department head Lim Bee Ean, Ng, 68, was ready to go home after being discharged on May 13 but no one has come to pick him up.

Ng said only his older sister Kam Looi had visited him once in the hospital, about a week after he was warded for fainting during a routine check-up on April 14.

“She said she wanted to take me home but did not have money for the bus fare and to settle my medical bills. I have not seen her since then,” recalled Ng.

In Kajang, Mahmud Rahmad, 58, cuts a lone figure as he tends the garden in the compound of the Nur Hasanah Welfare Centre.

“I am sad about being left alone but I understand that my children have their own lives to lead,” said Mahmud, a former security guard who has been living on his own. He was sent to the hospital by a taxi driver after he collapsed.

Mahmud, a diabetic with a heart ailment, was sent to the welfare home last June after hospital authorities failed to contact his two children.

It is the same sad story for Ramu, 72, who has been stranded at the Tuanku Jaafar Hospital in Seremban for months now following the authorities’ failure to contact his family members.

The address given by his relatives when they admitted him at the hospital does not exist and Ramu is now waiting to be placed in an old folks home.

Hospital director Dr Jaafar Che Mat said most of the senior citizens abandoned at the facility were either cancer, stroke or mentally ill patients.

In Malacca, wheelchair-bound widow Asmah Hassan, 80, has given up hope of living with any of her seven daughters after her husband passed away.

“Three years ago, I was kicked out from the house of one of my daughters in Kuala Lumpur after staying there for a month.

“When I sought shelter in another daughter’s house in Johor Baru, she did not allow me,” confided Asmah, who said she tapped rubber to bring up her children.

It was only after her neighbours reported her case to the hospital that she was finally placed in a home.

ellymustafa: Long time ago, I had a conversation with an ex-colleague, who told me, in her culture, children are not responsible for their parents, in other words, its not their responsibility in taking care of their parents. I told her, but they took care of you since you were born. They made sure you have enough to eat, saw to your education needs, worked their ass off to put a decent roof above your head and on top of that, they never stop praying for your happiness and all. And she said to me, thats their responsibilities!!! And they can never ask for us to return it.

Hmmm..I never known any parent who would ask their children to repay them. But as a child, on your goddam conscience, how could you not feel responsible for them?

Long time ago, a took cab back from my work place. We had a little chat. He asked me, why work so late? So many work haa? I told him, do a little bit over time la uncle. Can have more money to give mommy. Owh..u give your mommy money haa? Good daughter la you. I got two sons. Both working and married now. I sent them school in America and one in Australia. Never give me money. Thats why la I drive taxi until now so old also drive taxi. But its ok la..As long as they are happy with their families, I'm also happy...

You see, they never asked anything from us..Only to see us happy, healthy, etc..But can we do the same for them? Tepuk dada, tanya selera...