Friday, November 28, 2008

Sale! Sale! Sale!

I know most of you kind readers know what Boxing Day is. But to those who don't, I'm gonna tell you with a short brief about Boxing Day:

Boxing Day is a day after Christmas Day, which is on the 26th December every year. It's a public holiday to countries like United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa as well as many other Commonwealth Nations. It is based on the tradition of giving gifts to the less fortunate members of society."

But what the heck I'm not celebrating Christmas, so I will twist this Boxing Day to my own personal pleasure.

Piccadilly Circus - One of the many places in London to go during the Boxing Day Sale.

Panoramic view of Piccadilly Circus

Usually Boxing Day is associated with a BIG MEGA SALES in the United Kingdom and other countries celebrating it (because most of the stuff I like is from UK so I will only mention UK as my reference). It's when you get to shop branded designer brands for a hefty discounts (the likes of Paul Smith, Alexander McQueen, Ted Baker, Vivienne Westwood and so many more).

Sale! Sale! Sale!

Now it's almost end of the year and Malaysia too (yes I'm proud to be a Malaysian) is having it's very own Malaysia Mega Sale Carnival. This year the Mega Sale will start on the 29 November 2008 - 4 January 2009 (it's tomorrow you buggers!!). Marked it's ninth year, it started back in year 2000 with the objectives to:

- Make shopping an important tourism product
- Increase foreign exchange earnings
- Create Malaysia's own shopping seasons
- Make Malaysia Asia's No. 1 shopping destination
- Be one of the leading international shopping destination

There's always MasterCard, eh?

This nationwide sale was launched due to the economic slow down so the Government decided to give emphasis to tourism industry to help improve the economy. And moreover shopping was identified as one of the products to help boost the nation's economy.
To boost the nation's economy OR to burst our wallet? *grin*

Well whatever I'm so out of my path now. What I really want to say is that it's been almost a year I worked with my company now. And I heard there will be some bonuses (apart from fully-sponsored-year-end holiday to Langkawi *yayy*) for us for the blood-sweating hard works throughout this year.

I should start listing things-to-buy soon!

p/s- To Fazzy, don't forget my Paul Smith scarf and everything else. *yawn*

Dem yuh!

Thursday, November 27, 2008

~~~Pushing up my buttons babeeh....~~~

I wanted to write about this for quite sometime. Now i have the chance.

Pussycat Dolls (Ashley Roberts, Nicole Scherzinger, Jessica Sutta, Melody Thornton, Kimberly Wyatt) came to Malaysia for MTV Asia Awards 2008 in Genting Kota Keriangan (yayy!) a while back. Well actually it was few months back. Went there, they looked hot though.

The next day, they went to Batu Caves to visit one of Malaysia's historical place. How thoughtful.

They sure looked kinda different during daylight, don't they?

Owh yeah, another one of them was the one snapping the picture I believed. And those bags, straight to airport for the next flight to Singapore.

*Peraduan Teka Yang Mana Satu Adalah Nicole Scherzinger*

P/s- To Lewis Hamilton, you should be careful mate.

Dem yuh!!

Planet Blog

I welcomed myself to the web log a.k.a Planet Blog. Hooray! Same place different face. Now since I've safely set my foot on the Planet Blog I will have to list down things that I need to do, fast:

1- Solid basic knowledge for me to survive on Planet Blog

I was told that Planet Blog is a very mysterious world. It is, indeed. It took me about half day to figure out how to get used to the environment. Cruel!

2- Camera to capture my naughty moments

No camera?? Dude where were you from?! I am pathetic, I know. I wasted quarter century in my previous Planet Earth will not much photos of my naughty moments. But that, my fellow friends (do I have any as of now?), will change. *face glowing*

3- Look for friends on this Planet Blog

Apart from being a mysterious world, Planet Blog is also a weird planet. The people are called 'bloggers'. Maybe they are somewhere around, I'm still looking. Please don't kill me.

4- Write as regularly as possible

I never write before. So I will learn as much as I can. I will write about everything. And at the end of the day I will make fun of myself.

Don't die blogging. Nobody notices anyway.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

dām yōōh

dem [dām ]
–verb (used with object)
1. to declare (something) to be bad, unfit, invalid, or illegal.
2. to condemn as a failure: to damn a play.
3. to bring condemnation upon; ruin.
4. to doom to eternal punishment or condemn to hell.
5. to swear at or curse, using the word “damn”: Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!
–verb (used without object)
6. to use the word “damn”; swear.
7. (used as an expletive to express anger, annoyance, disgust, etc.)
8. the utterance of “damn” in swearing or for emphasis.
9. something of negligible value: not worth a damn.
–adjective 10. damned –adverb
11. damned
12. damn well, Informal. Damned.
13. damn with faint praise, to praise so moderately as, in effect, to condemn: The critic damned the opera with faint praise when he termed the production adequate.
14. give a damn, Informal. to care; be concerned; consider as important: You shouldn't give a damn about their opinions. Also, give a darn.


1. the pronoun of the second person singular or plural, used of the person or persons being addressed, in the nominative or objective case: You are the highest bidder. It is you who are to blame. We can't help you. This package came for you. Did she give you the book?
2. one; anyone; people in general: a tiny animal you can't even see.
3. (used in apposition with the subject of a sentence, sometimes repeated for emphasis following the subject): You children pay attention. You rascal, you!
4. Informal. (used in place of the pronoun your before a gerund): There's no sense in you getting upset.
5. Archaic.
a. yourself; yourselves: Get you home. Make you ready.
b. a pl. form of the pronoun YE.
6. something or someone closely identified with or resembling the person addressed: Don't buy the bright red shirt—it just isn't you. It was like seeing another you.
7. the nature or character of the person addressed: Try to discover the hidden you.

In conclusion;

dem yuh [dām yōōh]

Is just how Malaysians are. Dem yuh!

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