Thursday, December 23, 2010

A bunch of Alpha Male and A BLONDE.

At this very moment I'm watching The Bachelorette. Who the hell watch this show? Anyway it's about a girl (in this case, subject is a blonde) who's looking for a perfect guy for her among 24 young, confident (cam whore and desperate), obviously good-looking men. At the end of the show, there will only be one man that she believe, is the 'Perfect One'. (Or, she's most 'satisfied' with).

She, the blonde, gets the chance to get to know each of these men in a very brief, private and small group session. She will then awarded some of the men a rose that means they still have the chance to win her heart. I tell you people, it's so fucking intense.

However, since I'm in my Zen (thus make me highly observant and analytical), it made me 'see' the subtle/subconcious things especially the characters of the men and the blonde in this show. What I'm trying very hard to say/type right now is that in order for you to be able to take a shot to made into this show is that you need to be extremely good in these traits (and/or):

1. Sense of humor. Gotta be a real funny man. Not like "ha........ ha........." funny but really "HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!".
2. Sensitive. Not the emotional crying type, but the type that 'connects emotionally' with a real woman. Kinda like, "oh, you're having your PMS? It's alright, I totally understand how you feel."
3. Skillful. Each of them amazingly have different skillset(s). Ukelele, carpenting, wrestling, painting. Name 20 other skill sets. It's like the Top 24 of America's Got Talent, but good looking and straight.
4. Agressive. You can smell piss all over the mansion. So bad you can even smell it on everybody's shoes. They are really territorial.
5. Smart. By that I don't mean intelligent, like scienticts or engineers and that kind. I'm thinking more like..... politician 'smart'. Their head and colon/rectum are alike, it's either full of air or shits. But somehow, air and shits still find its way out of the tunnel and reach its goal.

And the girl, oh yeah, ain't she a BOMB? My oh my... Dude, she's so hot all the guys started the piss-on-each-other's-shoes party the moment she walked into the hall.

But ultimately, the most obvious trait that you have to possess, and to deal with at the same time, is you have to be willing to share A BLONDE with 23 other men.

A thrilling Alpha Male drama. Talking about putting 24 different species of monkey in a cage with a female monkey of yet another species.

How about the BLONDE?

She better have experience(s) with at least 24 men in her previous time, whether on singular or plural occasions, passion or professional.

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Monday, November 22, 2010

Quote of the day.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Saya harus menajamkan lagi penguasaan Bahasa Malaysia yang tercinta.

Skali lagi maafkanlah
Kerna aku
Gagap Bahasa Malaysia...


Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Senoritas Performing at Eco Film Fest 2010!

It is sad to announce that due to some personal matters, our cool singer/songwriter Mohd Jayzuan had to pull out from Eco Film Fest 2010 performance on Saturday, 16th October 2010 at 5.00PM – 5.30PM slot. We do hope one day we'll get him to perform at one of our events.

But you know what they say, GREAT THINGS ALWAYS COME BY!

While we’re still looking for a replacement, came Senoritas - a breath of fresh air for Malaysia music industry, and they have been entertaining the fans since year 2008 and to continue the flame that fellow girl-groups like Elite and Feminin set alight years ago. An embodiment of youthful obsession with music, dance and fashion, it is hoped that Senoritas as an independent girl group can inspire fellow girls who aspire to tread in the same path and show that making it as a top girl group is more than just glitz and glamour: a lot of hard work, perseverance and strong values of sisterhood is needed. As of today, Senoritas had made quite a name for themselves in the independent circuit and they continue to give it their best shot to stay relevant and giving something fresh and spunky in local music scene.

Being independent, aggressive, hip, energetic and urban to the listeners, Senoritas promises to bring these elements in each and every performance of theirs and they will definitely give you the most unforgettable, heart-pumping experiences.

To add to the already good words, Senoritas is officially signed under Reshmonu's management - R Talents and their first single - MAGIC which is composed by themselves and music by Noctune and Outcome has been aired since last week. With Reshmonu's touch producing the song to sound better and much relevant to local music industry, it is hoped that 'MAGIC' could hit the local charts and win local music lovers' hearts.

Catch them performing with their energetic moves and powerful voices from 5.00PM to 5.30PM, Saturday, 16th October 2010 at Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya Kuala Lumpur EXCLUSIVELY only at ECO FILM FEST 2010!

Dem yuh!

Monday, October 11, 2010

Eco Film Fest 2010 - Film Making Workshops

To those who are either keen, interested, curious, wonder, bored, confused, whatever you feel, you should come to Eco Film Fest 2010!

I did a write-up on the music performance (more of 'copy & paste' actually) previously, and now this is something more.

Making films. Documentary. Jungle. Wildlife. Riot. War. Crisis. Disaster.



Sunday, October 10, 2010

EFF2010 - Power Down Show (Sunday)

So you have seen the Saturday schedule yesterday. Today we're back for the schedule for Sunday performance.

As always, each year Eco Film Fest will try to bring new singer-songwriters, bands and performers on its Power Down (formerly known as X-Plugged). Having said that, we still work with bands that have already performed in the earlier installation.

Let's see who's rocking up Sunday!


2.10PM - 2.40PM

Elton & Eileen

This duo started off from being really good friends at the gym to working together for a stage performance for the Nottingham's 316 Music Talent Quest; and they won as the runner-up!

Over time, their friendship is constantly growing stronger through the passion that they have for music and nature. Elton & Eileen aspire to continue working and writing songs together to promote environmental awareness through their songs and the community.

2.40PM - 3.10PM

Wanted Symphony

Wanted Symphony is a 4-piece band that was formed in late 2009 by singer/songwriter/keyboardist Daniel Wong and guitarist Andrew Mok then later drummer David Chua and bassist Aaron Jiam completed the band’s lineup. The band brings together a fusion of sounds, a variety of influences and most definitely a whole lot of fun. Wanted Symphony dabbles in a genre of music they like to call ‘fusion rock’ – with a pinch of jazz thrown in the mix.

Since coming together in October last year, Wanted Symphony has been on an exciting musical journey and has never looked back since. To date, the band has written and arranged approximately eight songs and performs mostly original songs like ‘You Will Be Mine’, ‘Promise’ and jazzy tunes such as ‘Midnight Chatter’ and ‘Just You and Me’ have garnered much positive feedback.

3.20PM - 3.50PM

Izzy Mohamed

Izzy is no stranger to Eco Film Fest, as she performed during the first EFF2008. This year she will be doing what she does best; rocking EFF2010! With influences from Sarah Mclachlan, John Mayer, Sara Bareilles, Rachael Yamagata, Alicia Keys, Usher and the list goes on and on, Izzy definitely is Eco Film Fest's light and easy musician.

3.50PM - 4.20PM

Raman the Nose Flutist

Orang Asal Semai craftsman and musician Raman Bah Tuin has been supporting Eco Film Fest since day one. He performed his cultural music extensively to various events and gained his popularity with his outstanding ability to play flute using nose. The co-founder of Gerai OA (Gerai Orang Asal), Raman will share his special music that will surely brings us back to the sound of the nature.

4.30PM - 5.00PM


Ferns were cultivated a score of years ago in a patch of fertile land. Through natural selection, a little loving care and lots of sunlight, the band evolved into a lean, mean & green pop-song-writing machine. Our first-ever debut album, "On Botany" (2007) made nice enough noises to earn top spots on a number local and foreign publications' year-end Best Ofs.

5.00PM - 5.30PM

Diandra Arjunaidi

Diandra is an eighteen year old bedroom songstress who was discovered on Youtube in November 2009. She landed her first gig that month itself, and played for Moonshine's Fourth Anniversary event at Laundry Bar. Since then, she has been featured on local music webshow, The Wknd Session, and has played numerous other shows at Cloth & Clef, No Black Tie and has been voted to play at Urbanscapes 2010 event.

Diandra is currently in her final year of pursuing a Diploma in Performing Arts in Sunway College, and has been busy juggling between shows in college, and gigs outside of college.

5.40PM - 6.10PM

Markiza & Peter Brown

Courtesy of chenws photography

What else can we say about Markiza & Peter Brown? Their influences came from different types of music such as Fleetwood Mac, Joni Mitchell, Rolling Stone, Bob Dylan, Cranberries, Neil Young, just to name a few. This happily married couple is one of the seniors in the music industry, and on top of that, they made songs which reflect the environment, nature and the world. Come over to watch they perform their favourite track "Polar Bear".

6.10PM - 6.40PM

DJ Xes! Xes! Loveseat

Lecturer at Limkokwing University by career, DJ by passion. Be it DJing under the punctuated moniker Xes! Xes! or the more romantic sounding Loveseat, his style is usually a mix of different formats and genres. His biggest influences are LCD Soundsystem, Tiga, Miss Kittin, Erol Alkan, Sven Vath, Giorgio Moroder and Kraftwerk.

He likes to be at the cutting edge of the various underground electronic scenes and at the same time always referring to and picking up styles from the history vault of electronic music. Don’t be surprised to listen to a mix set which runs from the 70’s right to the yet to be released. As Loveseat it’s usually very groovy with bags of surprises.

This is also the first time Power Down will be having a DJ to spin some nice tunes, live on stage!

Myspace: Xes! Xes! Loveseat

Facebook: Xes! Xes! Loveseat


Now that I've fed you with the full-blown list of performance at the Eco Film Fest 2010, you have no excuse to come and enjoy yourself to a fine, breezy weekend.

Remember, Eco Film Fest 2010 will be organised at Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur from 11th until 17th of October 2010. The main festival will be on the weekend, Saturday & Sunday, 16th & 17th October from 10AM - 7PM.


Dem yuh!

However, whoever, whatever.

Live your life however you want, but know one day you will die.
Love whoever you desire, but know one day you will split.
Do whatever you wish, but know one day you will be tried for every actions.


Dem yuh!

Saturday, October 9, 2010

EFF2010 - Power Down Show (Saturday)

The third installation of Eco Film Fest is just around the corner, one week to be exact. Of course, one part that many of us are looking forward to, beside films (d'uhhh) is the music performance. This time it is called Power Down. Pow Pow Power Down!

I'm so excited right now, so let's get started.

The performance will be held on the weekend, Saturday and Sunday, 16th & 17th October, from 2PM until 7Pm. It will be held at Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.


2.10PM - 2.40PM


They are inspired by rock music. To make it much better, Keladak had to pronounced it as "ghock n gholl". Inspired by the burgeoning of 50s expression jazz, 60s psychedelic alompak a go go avant space rock and proto punk, 70s legendary rock pop-disco-dubfunk and postpunk, 80s DIY hardcore punk alternatives experimental indie noise rock with heavy metal kissing busking-folk, heavy milking influences from early 90s Seattle phenomenon.

Youtube: Keladak
Facebook: Keladak
Myspace: Keladak


2.40PM - 3.10PM

Memorex Dream

Memorex Dream are an indie melodic pop band hailing from Petaling Jaya. As a group of primary school mates, what started off as a cover and wedding band playing pop hits from the 80s and 90s quickly spun off into a project to conceive and play original melodic pop songs. Key influences to their music are Sheila Majid, the Smiths, the Cardigans, Aztec Camera, Fleetwood Mac, My Bloody Valentine, Chic.

Facebook: Memorex Dream


3.20PM - 3.50PM

The Great Metropolitan Expressway

The Great Metropolitan Expressway (TGME) was formed not more than a year ago, consisting of three ambitious 20 year-old blokes hailing from Bangi, Kajang and Putrajaya. It all started when highschool buddies Izzy, Syahir and Zikri (former member) decided to pursue the more challenging task of writing and playing their own music. They were soon introduced to keyboardist Faridz by a mutual friend. These chaps eventually got together, jammed and immediately felt the substantial chemistry between them. TGME claim that their variation of progressive/spacey/post-electronic draws on influences such as 65 Days Of Static, Porcupine Tree, M83, Efterklang and Frost* to name a few. The band's name was remotely influenced by life's various phases, train stations and low shutter speeds. Surely, this is one band that you would want to keep an eye on.

Facebook: The Great Metropolitan Expressway
Myspace: The Great Metropolitan Expressway
Twitter: The Great Metropolitan Expressway
Vimeo: The Great Metropolitan Expressway


3.50PM - 4.20PM


Shh...Diam! is an all-girl rock band from Kuala Lumpur. The members of the band are Farah (Vocals/Lead Guitar), Yon (Second Guitar), Diyana (Bass) and Jellene (Drums). These young ladies started to jam together in August 2009. And they since then have played in more than twenty shows all around town. What do they look forward to? To have fun in the independent music industry of Malaysia and worldwide! Shh...Diam! also loves to make new friend, so contact them, and lastly, they love groupies so much.

4.30PM - 5.00PM

Kyoto Protocol

Comprising of Fuad Alhabshi (vocals/guitar), Gael Oliveres (vocals/keyboard), Hairi Haneefa (guitar), Shakeil Bashir (bass/vocals) and Rashid Brown (drums/vocals), this quintet is from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. After winning first runner-up titles at competitions like Yamaha Asian Beat and Global Battle of the Bands in 2009, the band has been busy burning up the gig circuit, landing important slots at Rock The World 2009 (Malaysia’s biggest local rock music festival) Urbanscapes 2010 (Malaysia’s leading creative arts fest) and Baybeats 2010 (an annual 3-day music festival held in Singapore) where they’ll be sharing the stage with the best bands across the region as well as headliner, eccentric synth-rock Canadian band, Handsome Furs.

Myspace: Kyoto Protocol
Facebook: Kyoto Protocol
Twitter: Kyoto Protocol
Official FM: Kyoto Protocol
Youtube: Kyoto Protocol


5.00PM - 5.30PM

Mohd Jayzuan

At a glance, Mohd Jayzuan is a jovial yet nonchalant writer and musician, but underneath his friendly smile and hearty laughter is a serious artist as an author, poet and singer-songwriter. He is also often known in the Malaysian independent music scene as creator of honest music. With his current band, indie rock / noise pop act; Free Love, he sings of fun, friendship, God and of course, love. Apart from his writing, with his music, he has released an E.P, two albums and few compilations. He has been performing to neighboring countries like Singapore, Indonesia and Philippines, either playing solo as Mohd Jayzuan or with his band, Free Love.

In June 2010, his debut book entitled, ‘28 Hari: Jurnal Rock n’ Roll’ (28 Days: Rock n’ Roll Journal) was released and within a month, the first print of the book has sold out in Malaysia and gained rave reviews from local medias and literature scene. He have acted in some independent projects, TV series and in an indie film called, 'Konsekuensi' in Malaysia.

Facebook: Mohd Jayzuan
Blog: Mohd Jayzuan
Myspace: Mohd Jayzuan
Twitter: Mohd Jayzuan


5.40PM - 6.10PM

Goodbye 20th Century

Formed in late 2008 in Petaling Jaya by main noisemaker Andri. Begun life as a cover band for of 90’s alternative rock, but eventually evolved to a full fledged creative template exploring original compositions. Inspired by the biography of the influential alternative band Sonic Youth bearing the same name. The name also serves as a homage to the musical era the band members grew up with. Describing their sound inspired from various bands from The Stooges meets Pink Floyd meet Sonic Youth meets Soundgarden meets Radiohead meets Sun Ra meets an astronaut launching into a box full of stars. They also believe that "Sound is in a constant state of flux, never the same the second time around."

Myspace: Goodbye 20th Century
Youtube: Goodbye 20th Century
SoundCloud: Goodbye 20th Century
Twitter: Goodbye 2oth Century
Facebook: Goodbye 20th Century


6.10PM - 6.40PM


This uniquely music-performance-art was established in 2009, where a dude named Kuning met a dude named Amir and met a dude named Fadhil, and voilla! They've turned into Think!Tadpole!Think! They also like to experiment their music with the sound of stone drops, heavy rain, the wind, the sea, people mumbling, animal mating, human error and the humanic tendencies, among many others. Surely to be a new perspective of music.

Myspace: Think!Tadpole!Think
Facebook: Think!Tadpole!Think


Log on to Eco Film Fest to check on the schedule, map, activities and many other things happening at the Fest.

Stay tuned for more acts on the Sunday schedule.


Tuesday, September 28, 2010


May be easy for some, surely not for many. Just accept the fact that we can't have a triangle.

Dem yuh!

Saturday, September 25, 2010


I haven't been writing for quite some time. Don't know why, neither what has been running through my mind lately, nor why nothing has been running through my mind. Don't really care either.

I've been talking to many people about many things, sharing equal amount of agreements as well as arguments.

So far, none is interesting enough for me to write back, or worth commenting here, not that they were boring, most of the conversations were interesting but rather unmoving. It left no impact to what I'm going through now, my real situation. To me, it's like looking at a big, beautiful house. You can imagine how wonderful it would be if you actually own that house (in present dream or future) with so many things you can do or fill it up with, but you know you don't want to live there, you can't imagine yourself living there, because it's not you, it's not who you really are, it's not what you want to be.

Maybe because works have taken so much energy from me that every time before I fall to sleep, I keep thinking about the next day. I'm not complaining about it, frankly, it's what we should be doing. Really. Otherwise, what are we going to do everyday? Daydream? Work smart, not work hard? I don't believe that. Do what you are passionate about? I think 90% of people who I had conversation with, always telling me about their passion about certain things (please exclude 'sex' as one of the points in this conversation) but are doing something on the contrary.

Why is that?

Speaking of daydream, Shaq and I had our routine chit-chat at home this one night, and it was Merdeka Eve. So I told him to write something from the word "M E R D E K A", and so did I. After a few minutes, he said:

Most Extraordinary Ridiculous Daydream Ever Kills Action.


Everybody daydream. But can I daydream all the time? Will anything change if I daydream all the time? Will I get rich? Can a tall building possibly appear all of the sudden, if ten thousand people daydream about building the tall building, all at the same time? But if these ten thousands each help place one brick a day according to the construction plan, imagine what will happen in one year. Now that's action.


Everybody says change is so great, but what so great about change?

Here's my piece of mind:

Survival of the fittest is not about being fit; It is about being adaptable to CHANGE.

If President Barack Obama earned his presidency seat from his campaign "HOPE", I will earn mine with "CHANGE".

Well, unless if he steals mine after reading my blog.

Dem yuh!

Monday, September 13, 2010

Jalan singkat ke kubur.

"Dah siap ke belum? Nanti lambat sampai pula. Dah nak hujan ni."

Gua terhegeh-hegeh betulkan kain samping. Alah, raya ni. Mestilah nak segak lebih sikit. "Dah Papa. Tunggu si Boy tu saja. Dia yang lembab," gua seperti biasa kalau hal lembab memang ada mangsa tetap untuk disalahkan.


Bangah memandu. Gua di kerusi co-pilot. Papa, Kangah, Kenit dan Boy di belakang. Memang macam sardin, nasib baik naik V6.

Mama tak ikut, masih sibuk memasak kat rumah. Kalau tidak seorang memang kena baring atas bumbung.

Boot belakang tak boleh buka, baru-baru ni ada penyamun cuba umpil, habis rosak lubang kunci. Nak repair macam bukan masa yang sesuai, maklumlah Raya dah dekat masa tu, duit dah habis tanggung benda-benda lain, kata Bangah masa gua sedang sibuk-sibuk nak letak barang-barang di belakang kereta. Memang penuhlah bawah kaki dengan beg, botol air, kasut, suratkhabar, macam-macam lagi. Sabar sajalah...

"Kita nak ikut jalan mana satu ni?" Bangah tanya.

"Mana-mana pun boleh. Biasa kita ikut NKVE. Tapi kalau ikut Guthrie terus sampai, ikut jalan belakang." Papa beri cadangan. "Cuma Guthrie tu kita tak biasa ikut, Papa ingat-ingat lupa jalan dia."

"Saya ingat rasanya Papa," kata Bangah.

"Okaylah kalau kau ingat. Ikut Guthrie lah."


"Lu nak ikut Guthrie ke Bangah?" gua tanya nak confirmation.

"Ye lah kot."

"Kita nak masuk ikut mana?"

"Ikut Bukit Jelutong la kot. Ermm.." Bangah macam tak confident pula bunyinya.

"Kenapa tak ikut jalan biasa saja? Senang sikit rasanya. Tapi kalau lu nak ikut Guthrie pun takda hal. Cuma gua tak sure jalan tu. kalau lu on, gua on," gua seperti biasa lagi, tak kisah sangat.

"Hmm.. Gua takda hal kalau nak ikut NKVE, sama je kot. Guthrie dekat sikitlah rasanya, itu saja."

"Okaylah macam tu kita ikut Guthrie. Cepat sikit kita sampai kubur."


Bangah pandang gua, "Lain macam lu punya ayat tu bro. Gua taknak 'cepat sampai kubur'."

Gua hampir tersedak bila gua flashback ayat gua tadi.

"Wow, that was really awkward," gua separuh tersengih. "Okaylah, kita ikut NKVE. Gua pun taknak 'cepat sangat sampai kubur'."



Berhati-hatilah semasa memandu di jalan raya, terutamanya di musim perayaan seperti sekarang.
  • Walaupun Ops Sikap tiap-tiap tahun dijalankan sebagai peringatan kepada pengguna-pengguna jalan raya yang rata-ratanya rela disaman daripada sampai lambat ke destinasi.
  • Walaupun pengendali lebuhraya berbelanja besar meningkatkan mutu serta tahap keselamatan lebuhraya masing-masing walaupun ia bersifat sementara.
  • Walaupun anda telah minum empat tin Red Bull yang berpotensi merosakkan hati dan buah pinggang serta sudah tidur 20 jam sebelum memulakan perjalanan.
  • Walaupun memandu dengan mematuhi had laju serta undang-undang di jalan raya walaupun anda tidak tahu undang-undang jalan raya kerana memiliki lesen terbang.
Teori dia masih sama: makin sesak sesuatu tempat itu, makin tinggilah peluang sesuatu kecelakaan akan berlaku. Tak percaya? Cuba tengok protes jalanan, cuba tengok konsert mega. Sekarang, gandakan seratus (dianggarkan lebih 1.4 juta kenderaan sehar menggunakan lebuh raya di musim perayaan).

Lagipun semua orang dah kenyang makan lemang, makan rendang, makan lontong bagai, memanglah kebas satu badan.


Nota kaki: Gua tak sampai hati nak letak gambar atau video orang kena langgar, sakit woo. Gua tau lah, gua pernah kena langgar.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Light vs. Sound

Why do people nowadays read so little, and then pretend they know everything? Just because they have a thing called 'Internet', they think they're smart?

Intelligence is so overrated.

Here's a fact: Light travels faster than sound.

Therefore people appear bright until you hear them speak.

Dem yuh!

Wednesday, September 1, 2010


Misi Elak Rakyat Daripada Erti Kemerdekaan Anasir

Thursday, August 26, 2010


Penyahaktifan telah dilakukan.

Sindrom pengunduran akan berlangsung bila-bila masa sahaja.


Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Ten reasons why it is United's year

Here are 10 reasons why 2010/11 will be our year...

1. The weight of history – Since Sir Alex’s first championship win, only once has there been a gap of more than a year (2004-2006) between United losing and regaining the crown. You won’t get much value betting against another win in 2010/11.

2. Hunger – The gaffer always looks his players in the eye before the season begins to see if the drive to succeed is still there, but he’ll scarcely need to rally the troops this time around. We confidently beat the current champions at Wembley on Sunday, and there’s no doubting we want our trophy back!

3. World Cup woe – Chicharito aside, United’s internationals had disappointing World Cup campaigns. Why is this good? 1) They’ll be desperate to get back to winning ways. 2) They’ll have had a decent rest.

4. We can’t be that unlucky with injuries again – Surely we won’t spend another winter with two entire back fours on the treatment table.

5. Help for Wayne - 30+ goals between a resurgent Dimitar Berbatov and the new-boy Chicharito, You heard it here first.

6. A last hurrah? - Giggsy, Scholesy, Nev and Edwin will all want another winners’ medal before (eventually) hanging up their boots (although rumour has it Ryan may get a contract extension to 2050)

7. Youngsters to the fore – the new breed, led by Jonny Evans, will be crucial to United’s squad. Keep an eye on Rafael, Fabio, Macheda, Gibson, Smalling and Obertan, plus a hot tip for a midfield breakthrough, Tom Cleverley.

8. John O’Shea – His defensive balance was sorely missed last term (he played 54 games in 2008/09) and we’ve just got a hunch he’ll do something absolutely crucial in the run-in. Let’s say, a winner at the Emirates…

9. Rooney’s still learning – 34 goals last season after a tactical shift up top showed Wayne’s football brain is still expanding. He only stopped scoring in the run-in (and in the World Cup) because he wasn’t properly fit. He will get even better.

10. We are United. And we don’t like second.

Masih syaitan, masih haram, maka masih masuk neraka.


Persenelli, gua paling suka kat ayat terakhir (dalam kurungan) serta di'underlined'kan oleh gua pada #6. Memang kelakar.


Monday, August 9, 2010

Human strikes lightning

Barangkali diorang semua ni ada ilmu kebal, atau memang sengaja nak mampus.

Dem yuh!

Friday, August 6, 2010

What is the most resilient parasite?


Watched it two times.

Don't think I'd survive if I was on Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.

Dem yuh!

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Cool Covers: Doll & The Kicks - Tik Tok (Originally by Ke$ha)

This is something really interesting to listen to. A very nice arrangement, changing at least 50% of how it sounded originally, yet kinda hit the spot. Their frontwoman, Hannah Scanlon's voice and style is hauntingly unique.

Dem yuh!

Monday, July 19, 2010

Basuh kaki sebelum tidur

Ini lah yang jadi bila 'party gone wild'.


Friday, July 16, 2010

Honesty Jar

Many offices have something special or unique in it. Ping-pong table, console games, in fact my previous office has a Gran Turismo racing simulator!

But at the moment nothing is as good as what we have now.

What?? Ice cream box??

Cool, isn't it?

Who's taking care of the sales and the money?

It takes care by itself.


What is a 'Honesty Jar'?

Dem yuh!

Friday, June 18, 2010

Tiger Show

Literally, not erotically.

Last week I was invited to come for the announcement of the Ambassador for TX2, which stands for "Double The Number of Tigers". This is a campaign by WWF-Malaysia to help raise awareness to the public and to conserve the tigers from extinction.

The finalists for ambassador were Jeremy Teo, Rina Omar, Sazzy Falak, Mooky and Aishah Sinclair. Guess who was crowned?

I don't care if she's married, she's HOT HOT HOT!

Mooky was trying his luck by doing some jokes

But I cut his attempt and I whispered, "Sazzyyyyyyyyyyyy............."

And she was stunned by my uber-sexy, tigery voice

The newly-crowned Tiger Ambassador for WWF-Malaysia, Sazzy Falak will be "berdiri sama tinggi, duduk sama rendah" with the Tiger Ambassadors from WWF-US, Leonardo DiCaprio, and from WWF-India, Abhishek Bachan. Not a bad deal.

And there was this very nice poster to commemorate this campaign:

I know this is just a normal poster where you can do it at certain photo shops, but the fact that each small photo was an individual person, uniquely painted with tiger face to support this campaign.

To join this campaign, to support, to donate, or to learn more about this marvelous creature, please go to

500 tigers left. 1,000 faces. Let's double the number of tigers by the next Year of the Tiger.

Dem yuh!

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

A bank of paints

I went for the launching of Dulux Paint Bank Campaign last week, as EcoKnights is the partner for this campaign.

Basically you can donate your left over paints at their four collection points throughout this month of June.

Forget the rumors, or the news, she's HOT HOT HOT!

For this campaign, Dulux will donate one litre of paint for every one litre of paint donated in this campaign, up to 20,000 litres. Then they will organise community projects by painting needy homes, assisted by EcoKnights.

Do you know how many houses you can paint with that amount of paints? 200 houses.

So please, do your part, and just give away your left overs at any of these collection points:

  • Tesco Mutiara Damansara, Selangor (June 11-13).
  • Tesco Tebrau City, Johor (June 18-23).
  • Tesco Sungai Petani Selatan, Kedah (June 25-27).
  • Tesco Kota Baru (July 1-3).

To know more, you can log on to Ecoknights website, or just go straight to

Dem yuh!

Tuesday, June 15, 2010


Pagi-pagi semua MENEGAK.

Dem yuh!

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Asam Pedas Bangi

Just after we done with the FREE CHOCOLATE BUFFET slightly after 2.00pm, we were soo hungry and couldn't afford to go back to Damansara or KL to look for good lunch. But since Bangi is my hometown, and I pretended that I know all the hotspots in Bangi. Heh!

So Shaq drove his car to the left and to the right and here and there. And we saw:

"This is a nice restaurant. Let's go." I said. The rest followed. See, I told you. *grin*

Shaq parked the car, we walked in.

Saw the menu board.


Since it was already past lunch hour (even though it was Saturday, I reckoned many families still go for outside lunch) the food was halfway finished, but still plenty to choose from.

So all of us chose Asam Pedas, obviously, only all went for different base.

Ikan tenggiri, ikan pari
Ikan kembung, ikan terubuk

My extra 'ikan'

Feasting starts now!
The result?

Nah ambik kau perut dah macam jin...

It was a timely lunch. Although we had chocolate buffet, all of us were really hungry. And Asam Pedas's spicy and sour-y taste was just the right dish to have after eating too many chocolates.

Lastly, what was I wearing?

Hot & spicy Dunk SB Hi "Mafia"

Dem yuh!
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