Tuesday, March 25, 2008
Friday, March 21, 2008
I got my new phone!
My parents wanted to get me a new phone for my birthday, but picky me wanted to do all the research first before buying so until today I've yet to choose what phone I want.
Well, my brother came home from Singapore today with my relatives and handed me my birthday present. A Sony Ericcson Z250i. =D No more headaches. xD
It doesn't have all the stuff I wanted, but hey, it's the first birthday present from my brother in ages that he actually bought for me, not becouse he liked it and felt like buying it.
This year was also a year where my parents actually remembered my birthday!
Oh happy days~~
Oh why must looming deadlines and missed holidays kick me off cloud nine. Sigh.
Sunday, March 16, 2008
Heee, sorry for the broken promise.. =P.
Tysern, Kevin, Chong Xian and myself went for the Nuffnang Pajama Party at Borneo Baruk Club on Saturday. After a few hiccups and a couple of wrong turns, we reached there at about 7pm. It was raining so heavily, the air condition was cool, and we were in out PJs, so Kevin decided to...
take a nap. Lol. It was the Chipster induced slumber.
The event started a little late, but all the better, more time for us to mingle.
I believe that there are loads of bloggers out there who've already written about the night, so I'll leave you with pics. To read about the night, visit Nuffnang's blog.
Kevin and Ringo. Both also not bad eh? lol.
Ty. PASS WITH SUPER POWER FLYING COLOURS! WAhahahahahha!
Birthday cake! A closeup of the cake is in my previous post, and if you took a close look you can see all the details they put in. Details meaning Boss's mole lah. =P
Tim and Ming's gifts from their staff. Yes, underwear. With " My stuff are blogging" printed.
The guy won the bid for a kiss from Dawn Yang.
Met a highschool senior, Devan.
Samantha and her horde of Nuffnang Dollars... which she gave away. Thanks Sam!
KennySia was there...
And so was Dawn Yang... (duh)
KySpeaks ... that's the camera he won he's holding btw.
Smashpop oso there, but no jump shots this time. kekekek.
Only saw Suanie right before we left...
Wingz recognised me!
xes didn't, but he had the biggest reaction of all when I introduced myself. =D
The following photos were taken by the fab, KidChan.
Blind yet? Please, wipe that drool off your face.
Bloggers meet = tons of cameras, big and small.
Hehehehe I cannot resist...
KennySia came without his pajamas, so he was made to strip to his boxers. The slipper thing's to censor abit la. Shy ma.
W00t! I feel so syoik, had my pic taken by KidChan..
Lol, and this actually popped up on the Nuffnang blog.
It was a great night, the only 2 complaints I have is that 1, Chipsters ran out! and 2, it ended.
Oh, and even little ol' me won something, for being a Barbie, with Chong Xian as my Ken. (Lol, don't get it? Who told you not to go for the party? Haaaa See la.)
and Tim, for a great night. oh, and remembering my name! Weee!
For more pictures from that night, visit http://www.kidchanstudio.com/pajamaparty/
He was the official photographer for that night fyi.
After leaving, traffic was a little slow, so we at the backseat had our camwhoring session...
And we visited the DJ scouts, as it was their campfire night, in our pajamas. Yes. I went to school in my pajamas. =D
The teachers on Pn. Ong's table. Ask Kevin why Pn Ong's table.
Their tables. So freaky, seeing Kevin and Ty marking books. GenZ can go die edi, lol!
After spending some time in DJ (which changed alot. Tiled walkways, better lepaking areas, nicer curtains, fugly pink buildings) the boys decided to go continue drinking, but me being the good girl went home and pui my che che who was home alone coz of work.
Too bad the sms she sent ('Stay out late if you want. Just sms me to tell me you're alive' or something like that) was sent to the wrong number. Totally wrong number. *sigh*
nvm, there shall be a next time.
Nuffnang's 1st Birthday...
Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Concerning " Political Fly Explained"
I got to know that certain parties felt I was, quote, insensitive, unquote and also sarcastic in that post. Well, I'm sorry if anyone felt that way after reading that post, even though I did not meant for that to occur. I did not feel that what I wrote was in anyway insensitive or sarcastic, but then again, that's just from my point of view, and everyone knows how different we humans are.
Apologies also go out to my darling readers. From now onwards, be prepared to read stuff which are more censored, for I hate having to edit out my posts once they've been published, for I feel that the edited versions are no longer what I felt or thought, and even though I myself edited it for whatever reason, I somehow feel ... violated.
Sometimes I feel like not caring about social obligations or consequences of my words, and just blog, speak, sing, even shout my views from the top of the highest building or in front of a listening crowd. However, the world is unforgiving, and as a friend's sister's
I am still far to young and powerless to be able to handle the "after speech" part, so my version of freedom of speech has to be constricted somewhat but once I am able, no matter how old I am then (150 years old then, and they'll all think I'm just an old woman blabbering) you can bet your last breath that I will.
If only I can get an audience then.
Monday, March 10, 2008
Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I HATE spam comments, spam mail, tagbox spam, you name it, I can't eat it, I hate it.
And now becouse I've not that much time to waste deleting comments one by one, you all now have to have signed in with some sort of openID account.
Wednesday, March 05, 2008
Tuesday, March 04, 2008
Monday, March 03, 2008
The following news would be quite shocking to some. I advice all my frequent readers to sit down, take a deep breath, and sloooowwwwwwly scroll down.
I used to look like this:
As of 29th February,
I look like this:
Waayyyy shorter yea?
As of 29th February,
I look like this:
Waayyyy shorter yea?
Too bad there's no LocksofLove Foundation here in Malaysia, or the amount of hair cut off me would have been enough for 2 wigs. Had my hair cut at Kimarie SS2. They could have done better (by not cutting my hair that short. It'll be nicer once it grows out abit) but hey it was only RM38 for their professional cut. And since they wash before they cut, they had to use quite a bit of shampoo and conditioner on my hair. Lol! A bad point about my stylist (didn't get her name) was that she was more interested in gossiping with her colleague than listen to my views, so I'm staying away from her next time.