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Wednesday, July 30, 2008


It was just today that I realised my picture was actually in the Jogathon Card. I never thought that the girl in Yellow shirt was me. All along, I just thought that the girl was "so pro" because she wore a yellow cap along with her yellow shirt. Of course, I knew I had that cap but I didn't remember wearing it before I got to my seat. All along.....I thought that the girl was some form 4 freak who supported her team very well indeed. I never knew........

Oh well, this week, nothing much really caught my attention (unlike last week).

There was this new girl who went into 2 Belian. Her name was Shifa. Boy, does she look like Ishwin and Melanie. It's a real cross between those 2. She was, however, unwell on the 2nd and 3rd day of her schooling life in DJ. Maybe it was the food here (which proves my point that canteen food isn't all that great....).

Apart from that, I was given the honour to duty at Gate B, the most wanted duty spot for every prefect. What was even better was that I ALSO had paper work (kerja tulis) for recess!!!!! On Thursday (which is actually today, since I have been stretch-blogging), Lisa was called by Pn Choong for something. We thought it must have been the AJK post but instead we heard Pn Choong's voice from the gazebo nearby......almost shouting....Clarisse, one of the witnesses had nothing to say about this when we asked her about it. It seems that Lisa's "mistake" happened within the past few days. Joy oh joy. 1 more thing for Pn Choong to grumble about.

Speaking of that matter, it just reminded me of the prefect's meeting on Wednesday (yesterday). The joker who ran out on the road to catch a ball (as announced on Monday, during assembly) was actually a boy prefect. Chinese. With glasses. Pretty amusing......he was dressed in prefects' uniform. Andddd.............a few form 2s left their plates on the canteen tables. And yipee.......we totally blew Pn Choong up for that. Almost every prefect knows I bring my own food....I mean, seriously, I eat bread everyday......So I'm innocent....=) There were other matters discussed during the meeting. Almost everything seems to drive the teachers crazy. They can't really blame us for making them have high blood pressure......they inflicted it on themselves.......

Alas, this week wasn't that full of woes!!! There were a few funny moments I enjoyed. I have no idea if it's me or really art period because there was this funny moment which happened during art period....again..!

This week, we were doing jalinan, some funny artwork where we were supposed to draw on stuff with texture. This was pretty amusing for all of 2 Batai as we had the glorious chance of going to the pavillion to draw on stuff there. We saw 2 Keruing with Miss Ely eyeing her choral speakers like an eagle. It was then when all Bataians complained of the unfairness of the school. How come only Balau gets all the good stuff? What about BATAI?!?!?!??!?! We're good too, OK?? What makes things worse was that some of us were really looking forward to choral speaking, namely Cassandra and Sha Lynn. I can see that the rest were rather restless too. We should be given a CHOICE!!! Options!!!! Worse comes to worst, enter 3-4 choral speaking teams!!!!! [Inserts discussion and distress among the other 2 Bataians].

PS: Note that discussions go a loooooong way until it reached prefectorial and political affairs

As seen from the above,

WHERE's THE FREAKING DEMOCRACY FOR STUDENTS' RIGHTS?!?!?!??!?!??!?!?!??!?!??!?!?!??!?!?!??!??!?!?!?!??!?!?!?!?!??!!

Back to the whole point.....Some mad people went over to the trees to get the texture on the tree bark (I'm one of the mad people, by the way...). Cassandra and Jun Lay stomped their feet on the paper to get their shoe prints. Smart. Sha Lynn went mad halfway and decided to scribble on people's backs and claims that she has got people's "back prints". After asking several people, she went to ask Mr Aaron, Tim's brother. [Alright, since it's Tim's bro here, I'm eligible to leave out the "Mr"].

Sha Lynn

Tim is standing nearby watching the conversation:
Mr Aaron, can you bend down so that I can draw on your back?
*Stares amusingly*
Hey, at least I'm being polite. Come on, say "yes"!!
Yea, come on. She's gonna pass all these information to the police in case any of us commit a crime next time. THEN, the police can identify us by checking our back prints!!
Yea, that's it. Bend down.
*Puts hands over Tim's and my shoulder* Prefects, take this student away......She displeases me...
*Burst out laughing......laughing then goes hysterical*
*Has the "What-did-I-do-wrong" look on her face*

The "She displeases me" part really got me roaring with laughter. The way he put it was as if Sha was some kind of.........stalker? Pervert? Nevermind least here's someone who trusts prefects =D

There's still tomorrow to wrap up the week. Let's hope that it'll be great. Unfortunately, tomorrow will mark the 1 week anniversary of Silkie's disappearance. Tomorrow would mean 1 day closer to that mad day when the 3 guys from the last class would be splitted. They'd be coming after the Choral Speaking competition.

Then, during science period (Thursday), we went crazy over Emily's surname, CHYE.
I don't know what drove us into this, but it all started with "Tchaikovsky". It then developed into naming Emily's nephews "Peter Chye Kov-sky". Sha Lynn improvised it to become "Chye Nerman", as in, Chinaman!!!!!!!!!

Conclusion: Choral Speaking brings us trouble [especially to BATAIANS, not to mention other classes too, of course]


Sunday, July 27, 2008


I still can't get over Silkie's disappearance. I'm hoping to either find her or get another dog. Hopefully I can get a Shetland Sheepdog. I'm reserving the name "Hyphyx" (pronounced "high fix") for that dreamdog...if I get one. I hope I can still have a dog. After all, I AM rather lonely at home since there's no sibling to play with or talk to.

After Silkie left, I have this feeling that there is this "Guardian Dog" "protecting" me. Seriously, I really miss Silkie but I don't think it'll go this far, right? Maybe, Silkie will return home. Really hope so. Can't get over it.

Bye for n------Wait, my post seems too short to end right now.......!?!

There is nothing to post about here right now, except that just now, my family and I went to some restaurant we never tried out before. It was Carnaval near Atria. It's the place I always looked inside at, but always wondered what was different about that place. It seemed fairly isolated from the other restaurants or shops but everytime I looked inside, it was always nearly full. So here we are, trying out something old yet new to us.

It wasn't bad. It was good, actually. Good food. Good service. It was different from other places. Different concept. It was rather much like some buffet except that the waiters come out to give you choices. You choose whatever you like. The way they served was something like the dim sum style, except that everything was meat. Lamb meat, chicken ham, chicken gizzard, chicken sausage, garlic beef and others. I couldn't try out the gizzard though I've always wondered how it tasted like (and what it actually is....I've just found out). It's actually the part of a bird's stomach in which food is broken up into smaller pieces before being digested. My father said I couldn't eat it because it's too hard and will hurt my teeth. Not surprised here. My fork (metal) couldn't even poke through it.

The fried brinjal they had at the salad bar was quite nice. The salad place was more like buffet style. The most unique thing about this restaurant is that there is no menu at all. There is only a menu for drinks. The food is constant. Constant as in it doesn't change. But it's nice, so no complaints here.

I didn't really feel full in the end. The guy who introduced the concept to us told us to eat slowly. And that's exactly what I did. I think I chewed the mutton about more than 200 times. My teeth just couldn't penetrate and cut the meat into half. That sounds stupid but I've been famous for chewing things slowly among family members. When I was 5-6, I used to count how many times I chewed my rice. Let's just say the numbers are more than 100 bites before I swallow.......

As you can see, I was nowhere near full even after the full meal. No, I didn't spend the whole 2 hours just chewing the mutton.......I ate 3 garlic breads, 3 bites of spaghetti, 3 bites of rice, about 8 fried brinjals.........this listing down of whatever I eat is scaring me as I can see now that I eat a lot........Unfortunately, I'm not growing any taller......Actually I am, but really slowly.



Saturday, July 26, 2008


I went for it today. Not happy about it. Well, at least now I know I'm bad at another thing. Yay.

Since yesterday, I've been moping over Silkie's disappearance. My mother said just pray that she finds a good owner who will take good care of her. I just hope so, but most people would take her as a stray dog since coincidentially, this week, we didn't put her collar on. Plus, she's so small. And, she's fuzzy. Fuzzy black thing.

Here's a song dedicated to her:

- Rascal Flatts Lyrics

Whereever you are, Silkie, we'll be right here for you. Hope you get the best out of your life. If you remember the way back, please come home. We miss you. Luckily, only a few days before she went missing, I took many pictures of her.

Currently, there's a lot of emo-ing going on in my class, as I've found out from many people's blogs, which only contain emo-ey posts. What I'd like to say here is don't kick something or someone out of your life so easily or try to instigate anything. Just appreciate everything you have. Appreciate them sincerely before they're all gone. Learn from me and Silkie.

-We'll be right here waiting for you-


Friday, July 25, 2008

Freedom: Crap Week

To say that many things have happened this week is an understatement. The whole crap started on Monday.

We had a formal assembly today. Funnily, the teachers didn't know about it. So, roughly 10 minutes waiting for them to turn up, Pn Wong ordered the class monitors to call the teachers to the hall. Smart. When the assembly DID start, it seems that Datin didn't turn up at all. At this point, it seems stupid that we even have a formal assembly without the Datin. After assembly was the usual Bacaan period. This period was especially crucial on that day as there was English literature after the period. Most "Bataians" were clearly rushing to complete the 3rd question on page 34 of Light on Lit: POTO [Phantom of the Opera](yes, I can remember it because I fooled around too much on that page).....But not me. You see, I WAS supposed to concentrate on it too. I already had an idea of what I wanted to write. I sat next to Cassandra and she was doing the same thing. When I was about to start writing out my opinion, Cas drank my brain juice. Almost literally. She started criticising the literature questions and questioning the right to give opinions. And that drove my mind completely out of topic. What Cas wrote:

Q: In your opinion, did Christine Daae kiss Erik on her own free will or did she force herself to do so in order to save Raoul's life?
A: She did both. [Obviously Cassandra's one was more elaborative but this was the overall answer she gave]

Within 10 minutes, this is what I came up with (Some were inspired by Tim's bro, Mr Aaron Sim, working as a temporary teacher too):

Q: In your opinion, did Christine Daae kiss Erik on her own free will or did she force herself to do so in order to save Raoul's life?
A: In my opinion, this question is highly ambiguous. Besides, I find it virtually impossible for any living mortal to shorten a 1000+ paged novel into a teeny book less than 100 pages specially for little kids. Because of this fact, I find that the story lacks details.

But before I give your mind complete peace, I would like to point out that this question is very atrocious and I REFUSE to give full co-operation to answer this question. By the way, shortening this high-classed novel is an INSULT to Sir Gaston Leroux. Bear that in mind before you deduct 10 marks from this section. If you read the question carefully, it is clearly stated that I give MY opinion and not the opinion YOU want to see. Therefore, you do not have the rights to deduct ANYTHING from this section. Let's review the marking scheme. If I get a spelling mistake, no marks should be deducted too because in MY opinion, this is how the spelling should go. Should I spell "susceptible" as "suseptible", the teacher marking my paper should not deduct any marks from my answer as this is MY opinion of the spelling of the word. If this is the scheme, the question for this section would be deemed useless as you automatically gain 10 marks by just writing down a simple sentence like "I will leave this to you to decide as I have no idea myself". Conclusion? We should not have any questions to do with literature. Then, we would save paper. Ultimately, we would end up saving trees. It is also well-knowned that the BM paper 2, Question 4 ALSO includes stupid questions like these. We should not have those sort of questions too. Besides, having those questions would only affect many other things. Imagine the number of pupils sitting for an exam. EVERY PAGE XEROXED COUNTS. Apart from saving paper, we would also be able to save our pen ink. It means we buy less pens. We save more. We save our economy..........blablabla.....I will leave this column blank for you to decide yourself. (I'm sorry, Ghee Ken, I can't continue anymore due to "Too-many-things-to-write"ness).

It was back to a normal day after that.

I woke up with a headache. My head felt heavy--could be caused by the tons of crap gathered in my head the previous day. I couldn't turn up for school because my head was just so heavy. I caught up on news during the afternoon. Couldn't go to school. Politics in M'sia is getting dumber and less convincing. All it takes is a little common sense to see what BN was planning. Planning to frame Anwar and that's for sure. They even stated a new law was to be created after Anwar refused to give his DNA sample in case he was framed up. The new law states that you HAVE to give your DNA sample to aid a criminal case. It's all 1998 once again (if you didn't know what happened back then, go ask your parents). I eventually found out today that Tunku Abdul Rahman was not to be blamed for creating such a racist country. He was actually the one who wanted to create an equal Malaysia. He did not cast Singapore out so harshly but instead, Lee Kuan Yew was the one who wanted to be out of M'sia. It was Tun Abdul Razak who started forming a racist country and extended the meaning of "seditious comment", which, a few decades later, is being used against all of us, namely Raja Petra. In any case, it's a coincidence he's Najib's father.

Hypothesis: Ishwin goes crazy during art period.


Liiyung was not present during one of the art periods and so, missed a topic. She asks Ishwin to lend her the holy art book to copy from it. Ishwin gives an excuse which included Saddam Hussein. This is when things go upside down. Liiyung retaliates by stating that Saddam Hussein was hanged and is currently dead. Ishwin says, "Do not insult Saddam Hussein" (obviously using my "insulting" technique she acquired on Monday [look above]). After several attempts of weird excuses, Ishwin asks for a password. Please. Thank you. Ishwin. Prefects suck. Badge. Book. Pen. Liiyung. Art. Copy. (Getting restless now) SADDAM HUSSEIN!!!!. Ishwin starts laughing and say No. She then said, "Say HI to Louis and see what he says".

Liiyung: Hi, Louis.
Louis: What?
Liiyung: I said "HI"!!!!
Ishwin: She's insulting you.


A few more attempts to know the password. Then, Ms Ting, the replacement teacher, told us to pass up our books. Ishwin took her book and went to pass it up. Wilson put his book on top of hers. Everyone else was still copying. I went up to tell teacher that I wanted to borrow someone's book and will pass up th------*Cut short by Ms Ting as she slams Wilson's book into my face (not literally)*. Oh, right....but I was thinking more about settling with Ishwin's book. So, I took her's instead and put Wilson's book back onto the pile and went back to my place.

Ishwin knew her book wasn't on the top and asked, "Who's book is that?"
Liiyung answers cheekily: Yours!!! Muahahahahhahahhaha.
Ishwin: I thought Wilson's book was on top of mine!!
Liiyung: I trust the contents of your book more.
Ishwin: You're insulting Wilson's book!!
Liiyung: Excuse me, I didn't say anything. I just said I trust your book more!!
Ishwin: *Walks up to Wilson* Liiyung insulted your book!!!
Liiyung: Hey, don't you have anything better to do?!?!?!?!?
Wilson: Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?
Liiyung: It's obvious she's lost her mind!!!
Ishwin *not keeping cool*: I'm serious!! She insulted your book!!! You must beat her up!!!
Liiyung: You obviously do not trust her. Remember to beat her up later...or another day.
Wilson: OK *nods head* (As in agree with me)
*Ishwin walks away disappointed that she lost the battle*
*Wilson stands up*: Liiyung, so you're having my book?
Liiyung: NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!! Don't let Ishwin confuse you!!!

Conclusion: Ishwin goes crazy during Art period. For more evidence, please refer to the previous post about Ishiwn and her hideous drawing. Please be cautious during this period as safety is not guaranteed.

During Moral period, there was a pause whereby Cik Nurhafiza orders silence in the class. Someone says loudly: "Kebebasan bersuara", which I think is one of the moral values. That was smart. Ingenious. You've made student-kind proud. Do it again.

As the guardian of the deserted Pavillion, I gave permission to the librarians to have their meeting there. Joseph asked me if I knew the time Joel Leow was getting public caning. Looks like he just got back from his 3-day "rest" from school. He got digantung for 3 days. That was so fun. I was looking forward to it--that is, if it were to happen. Which it won't--ultimately. There was a long lecture from Cik Farah during assembly.....and nobody listened to it. Even Gwen, who was pretending to listen. Everything I asked her was replied with a shrug and a stare into space. There was spotcheck today but I didn't participate in the check because I had other things to attend to. Besides, spotchecking in the hall wasn't any fun. Only 2-3 classes would be left behind.

After recess, I went to the class I was in charge of. There was this guy blocking the class with the grill door and acting like a monkey. Gosh, what could I say? He pointed out that the whole class was going down for KH anyway, which leaves me free--not to mention the monkey-boy free to frolic around too. Science wasn't very encouraging today. Pn Asma rearranged the whole class's sitting position in the lab to avoid us students forming cliques. Those in the very front table (all goody-goodies) were supposed to be separated. I thought I would lose the great place I got right now--right under teacher's nose. Haha. Yes, I know, I know. But I wasn't the only one who didn't want to change. All those on my table were alike. Emily [Chye], Ghee Ken, Ishwin, Timothy, Jhia Yim, Cassandra, Patricia and me myself wanted this holy spot. We all view the world from a different perspective. Being right under the teacher's nose puts you in a situation where the teacher won't suspect you or punish you if you talked too loudly or anything. Whilst if you were in the second row onwards, you would be constantly bugged for being noisy eventhough the noise was coming from the first row, which is true (hahahahahahaha.....losers!!). By being in the first row, you place yourself in the innocent's shoes and nobody blames you for anything, even if you were responsible for 75% of the noise in the class.

When Pn Asma placed the first 4 boys in the table right at the back, I knew I was safe and need not move an inch. At this point, Jhia Yim and I felt good to have names starting with "Y". We DID maintain at the same table. And this is where the complications come in. Cassandra changed with Chi Han because Cas wanted Jhia Yim's company and Chi Han accompanied Angeline. Patricia swapped with Ang Li Li to grab a place next to Cas. Ishwin, along with her crazy-for-learning mind, swapped with Tan Mei Hui (if that's how you spell it). Ghee Ken went a step further and carefully strategized his seat-plotting postion. This ended up with swapping Syn Yee and Jun Jade (I'm not sure if someone else was included). This made him have the liberty of staying in the front row permanently. Delon argued with Pn Asma that Louis, who was on the same table as him, would stalk him. This made him get the front row too.

When the lesson started (officially), all the goody-goodies who previously occupied the front row returned to it again. Emily said it made no difference as they would still come back since they couldn't see clearly form behind.

At the end of the day, no public caning took place. RATS.

I figured out Batai is the tree with the thin leaves and yellow flowers. I can't believe that I've been seeing this plant eversince I was 4 and not know it's name. It look's like a rain tree (pink flowers) except that the flowers of the Batai tree is yellow. I feel so disloyal to my class. I bet other Bataians don't know this either.

The newspaper shows that the Malaysian government has told the American government off so as not to interfere in the Anwar case, which they found to be politically motivated. Kudos to the US Gvt for standing up for M'sian public. Besides, I believe in suzerainty (right of a country to rule over another country).Our government should know that we, the citizens, are not uneducated and that we know what's going on. This whole joke, including dialogues within UMNO and PAS, the Bala and Anwar's case to divert attention from the Altantuya murder case involving Najib. Common sense, people. Common sense.

I came to school and found out from Ching Xie and Melissa that on Thursday, Wai Kheong recited one of the BM literature poems to Wan Theng, a girl he liked in 2 Belian. He modified a bit of the poem here and there. He even kneeled down to her too!!!! This sent 2 Belian into laughing mode as Chingx said they laughed 4 periods non-stop. Who would ever think Wai Kheong would do this!!!! It is every SKTM alumni's horror movie to think that he would go this far. Come on, it's just infatuation anyway. Even Pn Julie, their BM teacher was laughing....and shocked to see this. Oh, hahaha.

During English period, we did an unusual activity involving dictionaries, word meanings and spelling. At the end of the lesson, Pn Angie said that she hoped she could do this more often as it helps us improve and widen our lexis. Such as "palindrome", which means a word or a phrase that reads the same backwards and forwards. Example: Nurses run. Madam. Hannah.
She said it's OK even if we're not so good at it because she doesn't expect us to be walking, talking dictionaries. At this point, Ghee Ken, the scrabble fanatic pointed out that Scott Chung was an exception. Then all 3 scrabblers from my class bursted out laughing. Maybe Emily wasn't so loud (or long either), but she sure got it. I think no one else understood that statement.

When I got into the car after school, my mother said: "I'm sorry, I have to tell you the bad news".

The first things which raced through my mind in the one second I was given to absorb this new information were these:
1. Papa's car is stolen
2. The house burnt down, which also means our neighbours lost their homes too
3. I got bad results for something (definitely out as all results were out and I didn't sit for violin exam yet)
4. Important documents were stolen from our house
5. There is a thief in the house with a gun
6. A terrible jam happening everywhere in the country

(Poof) Imagination over


The minute I heard that, I cried. And that was still within the vicinity of the school. Students stared into the car (actually, I didn't really notice--I just hope not). People were walking here and there and I was in the car crying. My mother explained that she let Silkie out at that time. Then, she wanted to water the plants and opened the gate a bit. Before she knew it, that stupid dog ran out into the wild. She chased the mad, black, fuzzy thing around screaming her head off. Yes, I'm pretty sure neighbours would have heard. That dog barely knows her way around the neighbourhood. Okay, okay, I won't elucidate anymore. Let's just settle with "Silkie is gone". We looked around the housing area and even into the Taman Megah shophouses area. No small shadow was to be seen. Poor little dog. Wish you luck out there, whereever you are. If you want to come home, you're always welcomed.

Here, we learn that we have the freedom to voice out our opinions of things. We also have the rights to earn our freedom by breaking away from the past like my dog. May the future hold better things for us.

The event is tomorrow. Luck is needed. Tensions running high. Composition incomplete. I will survive.


Sunday, July 20, 2008

My Last Visit Here

Yesterday, my 2 aunts, my uncle and his soon-to-be wife came over to my house to fetch us to dinner. My father was oustation so he couldn't come along. We ate at Pantai Restaurant....somewhere along the Jogathon road, if I'm not mistaken. This place is well-known for quality seafood (and overall food). Unofrtunately, this place "lags" customer service. When I say "lagging", I mean it.

When we reached the restaurant, it was the same as what it looked like the last time I went there (which was 2 years ago, by the way). We were greeted with the aroma of people's dishes. I was not aware that my aunt had already booked a place for us earlier. We were led upstairs.

The first thing we noticed was that our table only had 4 chairs. Well, that wasn't a problem, we thought. We'll get them ourselves. We looked through the menu....and ordered our drinks. After deciding on what we wanted to order, my aunts called several waiters over. The only problem was that every waiter we called just stared at us as if they haven't seen a human talk before....We had to wait for more than 30 minutes just for someone to take our few orders.

We were all thinking, "Hey, maybe they're not so bad after all...". But all it took was another 10 minutes to change our minds.

After taking our orders, we requested for our cutlery, which, in our case, was invisible on our table. I'm not sure if all cutlery here were invisible, but we had to be sure. So again, we asked waiters to come to our aid. But then again, our wise dining experts here haven't seen humans tlak before. Ahh, we should have realised this right from the beginning. No worries. We have limbs to walk around and serve our own selves.

Yup, the food arrived 30+ minutes late as I had predicted. By then, I was busy writing comments on the restaurants suggestion slip. My aunt gave the ratings while I wrote all the crappy comments. I was sarcastic at one point where I questioned if this was a self-service restaurant. When I was done, I gave the slip of paper to my aunt for "The Final Touch-Up". What she wrote will never fail to instill a sarcastic sense of humour in me.

"This will be our last visit to this restaurant".

Wow. Written by my aunt. Amusing that she has such a great sense of humour unlike most adults. After that, she wanted to clarify her stand and decided to write "Your service is very terrible" in Chinese. She thought she knew how to write it in Chinese Characters, but sadly, her memory failed her. So, I helped out with "ni men de........". Those were all I knew, haha. So, the big impression she wanted to portray was punctured by this "Chinglish" sentence:

"Ni Men De.............. service is very terrible".

That was fun, you know?

By the way, I saw Pn Chen there before we left.


Friday, July 18, 2008


I'm bored again today. There is nothing to write about. Therefore, I will now post some rubbish.

You are Ocean Blue

You're both warm and practical. You're very driven, but you're also very well rounded.
You tend to see both sides to every issue, and people consider you a natural diplomat.

What Color Blue Are You?

You Are Balanced - Realist - Empowered

You feel your life is controlled both externally and internally.
You have a good sense of what you can control and what you should let go.
Depending on the situation, you sometimes try to exert more control.
Other times, you accept things for what they are and go with the flow.
You are a realist when it comes to luck.
You don't attribute everything to luck, but you do know some things are random.
You don't beat yourself up when bad things happen to you...
But you do your best to try to make your own luck.
You have a good deal of power, but you also know the pecking order.
You realize that working the system does get you further.
You know who to defer to and who to control.
When it comes to the game of life, you play things flawlessly.

The Three Dimension Luck and Power Test

Your Ice Cream Personality:

You like to think of yourself as a fairly modest person. And it's true that you don't talk yourself up... but you're also pretty happy with who you are.
You have a wild reputation, but you're not as wild as you seem. You take risks, but only measured risks.
You are a fairly open minded person with a wide range of tastes. You are quite accepting of unusual ideas and people.
You tend to have a one track mind. You prefer not to multitask.
You are fun loving and sweet. You tend to enjoy joking around and teasing people.

The Ice Cream Personality Test

Your Life Is Worth...


How Much Is Your Life Worth?

Your Eyes Should Be Brown

Your eyes reflect: Depth and wisdom

What's hidden behind your eyes: A tender heart

What Color Should Your Eyes Be?

Your Body's Element is Air

You are competitive, assertive, and dominant.
You live to win, and it really makes you angry if you lose.
You are brilliant and competent. No matter what you're doing, you know your stuff.
People tend to be intimidated by your intelligence. It's hard to measure up to you.
Your energy tends to be: ebbing and flowing
Your power color is: white

THEN, I took a science test......and I figured that the electric charge of a neutron= ZERO

This one below's really sad....

The Keys to Your Life

Anything good in your life comes from your vision and clarity.
You're able to see above all the small things in life and wisely understand the big picture.
Anything bad in your life comes from other people trying to bring you down. Others often see you as a threat, and there are some people who are jealous of all your strengths.

The Keys To Your Life

What the Beach Test Says About You

You tend to be a very social person. You live for your friends and family. You can get social burnout occasionally though. You aren't a total extrovert.

You fall in love with ease and confidence. Even if you've had bad experiences in the past, each new love is a reason to start completely over.

You are deeply passionate about several things in your life. You're not passionate about much... and the few passions you have are truly obsessions.

Your sense of humor is goofy and silly. You are good at making almost anyone laugh.


Wednesday, July 16, 2008


Yay....access to the computer.....OK, OK...merely because I have to "captionize" the Jogathon pictures. But where the heck do I start?? There're soooo many pictures!!!! But then again, we also need suitable pictures. Browsing through them now, I seem lost as I did not attend Jogathon.....And I'm captionizing them...There are these pics which clearly depics 4 people dancing...and I have no idea what that is all about....There are also many personal pics, which I have to try and make them look like some candid shot...or what I call "Motions" (an old term used for something like candid pics).

Enough about Nostalgia for now, let's get on with school stuff. On Monday, 2 Batai was told to stay back after assembly. I suspected the phone incident as there was a tone in Pn Wong's voice which told me something was wrong. As prefects, we were told to take care of classes given to us first before attending that....erm...."lecture". Sure enough, I was right...the whole thing was about the Pn-Asma's-handphone-got-stolen incident. Insticntively, I felt bad for being in a class alleged for doing something which I didn't believe my class would do. It just seemed absurd that anyone from my class would want to steal a teacher's handphone since everyone (or most of them) already have handphones....and not just any handphone, most have some of the latest models. But let's the facts. Someone from our class DID steal her handphone.

But who? Let's start from the long-winded lecture Pn Cheng and Pn Wong gave us (Pn Cheng did most of the talking actually). The beginning was most likely both of them telling our class what happened. The whole discussion then extended to "students of a good class" stealing and the consequences WHICH, in time, extended to our lives and everything we do...yadayadayada.
Towards the end, she asked our class, "How many of you knew about this?"....which seems pretty ambiguous to me, since we all knew what happened but had no idea HOW it happened. Surprisingly, one person answered...

This person was involved in the "Encik Zaki case" loooong time ago in Standard 4. He shocked the whole class by admitting his wrongdoing in front of us all and the 2 highest ranked teachers in the afternoon session. Yea, eventhough you stole the phone, you had the courage to confess it. Kudos to you!! But we still blame you for the fact that you lost our class's Buku Pencegah Ponteng (BPP) for the 3rd time!!!!!

Yesterday, we did our Civics thingy in the hall. Glad that Pn Asma finally decided to let us stay in the hall instead of the Science Garden. We were wanted to sweep the floor in the hall. Seeing that it was clean almost everywhere, we took opportunities to take pictures of brooms.....and us sweeping the burnt stage (Hey, we helped to clean the stage!!!!!). Not much camwhoring involved as there wasn't much time and we were all in a frenzy....Besides, most of the pictures were blur.

Today.....the most memorable thing.....was....



ISHWIN'S FREAKY ART!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Which made Jeremy and I laugh like mad people......not sure if we were rated worse than Sha Lynn's laugh but it sure did sound pretty terrible to me......

We were supposed to draw a face today. Yup, a face. A freak FACE!!!! And I couldn't draw it....haha....So, I spent most of the time PLANNING.....and watching Ishwin draw hers....I think she wanted to do something....but then, all of a sudden.....SOMETHING went wrong.....Which made her angry....So, she started to make fun of her art. It started off with the eyes, I said something and I think she took that "compliment" too seriously and ended up poking fun at the misunderstood drawing.

She was supposed to draw a female face. Started off with the eyes. Jeremy and I teased her eyes because they looked so cat-like. She went on drawing but we weren't sure if she was angry, since Jeremy and I didn't mean to offend her was just a way of enlightening the situation. She then drew a nose, and stated she wanted to draw a witch. No comments here. Suddenly, with no motif whatsoever, Cassandra turned behind to show us her drawing, which made us laugh a lot. I'm not sure what happened to Ishwin's drawing next but she sure got some inspiration from Cas's art.

Before I knew it, Ishwin was done with her masterpiece. When Jeremy and I turned to see how much progress she's made....we bursted out laughing--and couldn't stop. What was supposed to be a woman was now some unidentified gender. Long, messy hair surrounded the egg-shaped head. The eyes were decorated by fiery lines all around them.Thick, "sexy" lips (Ms Loke somewhat said thick was sexy) was highlighted with a moustache and a beard. Moles were abundant around the cheeks. We laughed and laughed and laughed non-stop. Ishwin then showed her masterpiece to Hui Xian and Yan Ying (I'm not sure if Li Li saw it). And wow!!! Guess what?? She even made Yan Ying laugh!!!! That was a GREAT achievement!!! BRAVO!! We showed Ghee Ken, Syn Yee, Chi Han, Jun Jade and loads of other people. What seemed to surprise us was that those heavy-laughers did not laugh at all...they just stared at us as if we had a problem......but come on, those people laugh for no reason.... I laughed until there was no breathe in me. As I'm typing this out too, I'm laughing hysterically inside, which is affecting my typing.


Friday, July 11, 2008


This week, there were many compositions I had to write. Firstly, there was this composition entitled "Terrible Night". Honestly, I don't think my composition had anything to do with a terrible night. When I get my composition back, I'll write it here. Right now, I'll just describe it roughly. It's probably more towards fantasy. There is this part where dreams are in fact reality and there is this slight problem differentiating between dreams and the real world. Then, there's this MUSIC composition. Not much to say here....for those musicians, you know what to expect here... Finally, there's today's composition. Full of nonsense. It was about consumers' rights--And I totally ruined the whole point of the composition.

You see, I was actually having problems with the starting (as usual). Jhia Yim and I were trying to write something similar to that of Sha Lynn's but failed despite several attempts. In the middle of our brainstorming, Pn Angie had to go out for something....important, I guess. In desperation to make my brain work, I have come up with the best essay anyone in Form 2 could ever write:

We are all consumers. Firstly, let me define the term "consumers". Consumers are divided into 3 categories. There is the Primary Consumer, the Secondary Consumer and last but not least, the Tertiary Consumer. All consumers have their rights. Consumer rights differ depending on categories.

Oh, and before I forget, there is also the Producer. In the natural world, producers are defined as "things" which can manufacture its own food. These are mostly green plants. We therefore conclude that all storekeepers/factory workers/managers/service managers/product managers are all green plants. We must also draw to a conclusion that they all have green fingers. Seeing that they are green plants, it wouldn't make sense if their hands weren't green.

We must know the characteristics of all consumers before knowing our rights. Recognize your category here. Primary Consumers are herbivorous. In the human world, this is more commonly known as "vegetarians". All they eat is vegetable this and vegetable that. They are over-obsessive over their health. They have abnormal human qualities and can be easily recognized by the funny diet they opt for and the weird teeth (if you look closely enough). Their natural counterparts are just as well always eating up plants (which help in giving out oxygen during the day, provide us with food.......). An obvious conclusion can be drawn here too : Primary Consumers are pests.

The Secondary Consumer comes up next. This is the most common category as most humans fall under it. This is the omnivorous category. The laymen term for people classified here is "normal". There are subcategories here too. The Heavy Consumers, the Healthy Consumers and the Light Consumers. The Light consumers spend a lot of time looking for food under the Sun (light!!). These people appear smaller-sized than others because of the extra time spent on looking for food. These people lack street-smartness as indoor food is clearly provided. The Healthy Consumers are a notch above their peers. These are neither vegetarian nor over-eaters. They just eat healthily--VERY healthily. The Heavy Eaters beat everyone else. Their IQ is deemed the highest as they adapt quickly to changes and food trends. Therefore, their size must be equal to their IQ level.

The Tertiary Consumer is not a category you want to forget. There are 2 subcategories here. The Cannibal and the Carnivor. Many "species" fall under these categories but you wouldn't want to know them all. These people eat meat. ONLY meat. So, stay away from them if they tell you they're hungry.

The Producer has the control over the whole food chain. If the Producers jack up the price, everyone in the human food chain is affected. Recession (inflation) can occur in a case like this.

Now, the rights. The Primary Consumer has its rights to complain to a producer when dissatisfied with service/product given. Unfortunately, like their natural counterparts, green plants do not respond when being talked to as there is no mouth to speak with. That's why Primary Consumers must be sympathised. The higher authorities don't do anything either because they are too high to care about mortal problems dealing with consumers.

The Secondary Consumer here has MANY many many rights. Seeing that they are omnivorous, they can also try out the producers. If they are dissatisfied, they can complain (in vain) OR they can eat up the Primary Consumers. At least "Secondarians" have a choice.

The Tertiary Consumer has nothing to do with this food chain whatsoever. It is merely in the chain for show. It does not affect anything. All it does is get food--from others. These are basically called opportunist and must be spotted and eliminated immediately before further accidents happen.

This is pretty much my make-up composition. There was not much time left for other freak additions.

Lastly, Happy B'day Ghee Ken.
-Owh hey...I got an idea....I'll dedicate 2600 words to him!! (A-Z)...In the next post...


Sunday, July 6, 2008

Malaysia's Comic Strip

Malaysia has just come up with the latest and hottest comic story!!!!!! This great comic has an outstanding plot and with the twists and turns in the storyline and has the chance of being the best comic of the century. Would you like to guess it's name??? Political Joke. HAH. Not surprised. The great author and the mastermind plotter, is clearly enjoying all the attention paid by the nation to his latest creation. With great plots such as Najib being alleged of having himself involved in the high-profile murder of Altantuya Shaariibuu and Raja Petra making a statutory declaration of Najib's involvement in it to the outbursts in the Dewan Rakyat.

Lately, the petrol price hike is also contributing to a lot of commotions. People are complaining that the government isn't doing anything for the past few days because all we have is a great, long comic strip on the front cover of the newspaper everyday. Looks like other comic-authors have to work longer and harder to come up with something that makes the headlines everyday!!!! Seriously, with people involved in the murder case from that Bala guy who just went missing all of a sudden after making some statutory declarations and Raja Petra getting really detailed information from "a highly reliable source" like 'The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Badawi got that report from the military intelligence and gave it to son-in-law Khairy for "safe-keeping"' to Najib proclaiming, " I am not involved.". Really great...fantastic unimaginable underhand tactics and dogmatic lots.

Unfortunately, this flurry of political sham is boring us. Come up with something new please!. You, what we called the government SHOULD have done something more important like how to

I can't go to Switzerland!!!

Oh and now, I've created a new code by accident. I love this code sooooo much and I hope you guys can try it out =)

Reminder to myself: For quick edit, just press the blank space right after the comments.


Saturday, July 5, 2008

Let It Come True!!!

I was offered a trip to Switzerland about 15 minutes ago!!!!!!!!!!

Mark and Matthew are going too!!!!!!

The hotel is in the Mountains and looks like a castle!!!!!!!!!

I HAVE to go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Unfortunately, it's on the July 30+ till August something.......

Besides, I don't absorb anything in school......

I MUST GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Okay, let's have a special prayer to make sure my father makes the right decision on whether I should go or not. Trust me, I don't think I can go to these places next time either......

If I can't go...then.....:

Where is the moment when we needed the most
You kick up the leaves and the magic is lost
They tell me your blue sky's fade to grey
They tell me your passion's gone away
And I don't need no carryin' on

You stand in the light just to hit a new low
You're faking a smile with the coffee you go
You tell me your life's been way off line
You're falling to pieces every time
And I don't need no carryin' on

Because you had a bad day
You're taking one down
You sing a sad song just to turn it around
You say you don't know
You tell me don't lie
You work on a smile and you go for a ride
You had a bad day
The camera don't lie
You're coming back down and you really don't mind
You had a bad day
You had a bad day

Well you need a blue sky holiday
The point is they laugh at what you say
And I don't need no carryin' on

You had a bad day
You're taking one down
You sing a sad song just to turn in around
You say you don't know
You tell me don't lie
You work on a smile and you go for a ride
You had a bad day
The camera don't lie
You going back down and you really don't mind
You had a bad day

(Mmm....on a holiday....)

Sometimes the system goes on the blink
And the whole thing turns out wrong
You might not make it back and you know
That you could be well oh that strong
And I'm not wrong

So where is the passion when you need it the most?
Oh, you and I
You kick up the leaves and the magic is lost

'Cause you had a bad day
You're taking one down
You sing a sad song just to turn it around
You say you don't know
You tell me don't lie
You work on a smile and you go for a ride
You had a bad day
You've seen what you like
And how does it feel for one more time
You had a bad day
You had a bad day


Friday, July 4, 2008


We had a Nostalgia individual photoshoot today......Wan Jyn and Samantha posed alot but Cassandra and I were stiff....I just can't stand not smiling in the pic...they wanted an emo picture, unfortunately, I don't think I could live up to that expectation. I posed for barely 5 seconds and started smiling....then, laughing.....This is how terrible I am at emo pictures....I HAVE to smile!!! I felt so restricted when taking the pics...Darn it, I hope I turn out all right in Nostalgia. Or maybe I'd look like some stuck-up teen....And probably feel like punching myself!! Cas had the liberty to fold her arms.....while I had to freakishly put my hands on hips and "pose".

After recess, we had the Phantom of the Opera play!! Group 1 couldn't do their play because of technical difficulties. Group 3 was also helpless because Ben Yew didn't turn up. Which leaves Group/Chapters 2,4,5,6 and 7. We were doing chapter 6. Chapter 7 (involves kissing scene) couldn't perform today due to overtime.

Our glorious script:

Cassandra: La Carlotta
Jhia Yim: Monsieur Firmin
Liiyung: Monsieur Armand,sound effects,Phantom
Ishwin: Narrator 1,sound effects
Hui Xian: Narrator 2

Hui Xian : Hi everyone.
Ishwin : I was supposed to say that.
Hui Xian : This is Phantom of the Opera,chapter 6, adapted and modernised.
Ishwin : I was supposed to say that too.
Hui Xian : Well.....tough luck!
Ishwin : Why you.....*punches fists in air*
Liiyung : Will you get the show starting already?!
Hui Xian : I blame her. (*Points at Ishwin*)

Cassandra is lying on the floor/bed when her laptop suddenly beeps (made by Ishwin).

Cassandra: Why that *toot* Christine Daea!!!!!
Ishwin : La carlotta is feeling angry. Look, her face is changing colour.
Cassandra: My face ain't changing colour you *toot*. You're fired!
Ishwin : What????!!!!But I'm your narrator!
Cassandra: I still have Narrator 2.
Hui Xian : Haha, narrator 1. She likes me better.
Ishwin : Whatever.
Cassandra: Anyway, read this email.
Hui Xian : You are sick. You cannot sing Margarita tonight. Stay at home and don't go to the opera house. Accidents can happen. Do you want to lose your voice--forever? O.G.
Ishwin : What a *toot* email
Cassandra: Good,you're rehired.
Ishwin : Yipee!!!!
Hui Xian : NOOOOOOOO!!!!!!

*Jhia Yim walks out of nowhere*

Jhia Yim : Oh look!! Laptop!! Hey, dudes….did YOU put it there?
Hui Xian : I believe you’re in the wrong scene with the wrong lines….
Jhia Yim : Oh yea…I was supposed to scream, right?
*slaps forehead*

The Opera House.

Jhia Yim : Hey Armand…look, flowers. Did you put them there?
Liiyung : Obviously not. The tooth fairy did.
Jhia Yim : The tooth fairy doesn't exist.
Liiyung : Not here. It’s a known fact it only exists in the Swiss Alps.
Jhia Yim : You're crazy.
Liiyung : How do you know? Have you measured my craziness?
Jhia Yim : I tried once but it seems that your madness was just too high to be measured….

Hui Xian :The host comes out.

Ishwin : A good evening to everyone out there.The show is about to start!
Liiyung : Hey, whats going on?!
Jhia Yim : Queit, you fool. The show is starting.
Liiyung : Oh,ok….ROCK ON,MAN!!!!!!
Jhia Yim : I have no idea how you became director......
Ishwin : (Stares into the crowd) on?(waves rocking sign unsurely)Okay...the show must go on! So ladies and gentlemen....we present to you...La Carlotta!!!!!
Cassandra: Yo,wassup,wassup!La carlotta in the house,yo!!!
Audience : GET LOST.....err...I mean....I love you La Carlotta!!
Cassandra: I know. I love you guys too!
Ishwin : And now, she will sing for us.
Cassandra: Gimme the beat yo!(Keeps singing until love song part then stops and starts again)My love begins to-ACK!I cannot forget my- AcK!
Audience (the class) starts laughing. [This really happened as the whole class coincidentially started laughing]
Liiyung : (Starts laughing)Her singing tonight will bring down the chandelier!!!!

There are screams [Okay.....I screamed here...]

Ishwin makes a glass breaking sound effect

Audience goes all emo and dramatic
Let the moment of truth pass slowly and dramatically.During this time changes in roles can take place if actor wishes to.Ifyou feel like screaming, go one's stopping you…

Hui Xian : That was a really terrible night at the Paris Opera House. One woman was killed by the chandelier and many others were hurt. The Opera House closed for 2 weeks. And La Carlotta never sang-AGAIN
Ishwin : Okay.Thats a wrap!!!
Liiyung : CUT!!!!

Thanks to my group for playing up to their parts. =)

This is Melissa's tag....

Name: Janyxe
Sisters: none
Brothers: none
Shoe size: 6
Height: 164-5+++cm I think..Hope to be much much taller..Cause a lot of people say i'm very very short!
Where do you live: Very near school =P
Favourite drinks: Milkshake.
Favourite breakfast: Bread+Fried egg & cheese
Have you ever been on a plane : Obviously
Swam in the ocean: More like splash about
Fallen asleep in school: Never. Failed on many attempts though.... too noisy to sleep...
Broken someone's heart: Hope not
Fell off your chair: Once in Std one noticed, alright...
Sat by the phone all night waiting for someone to call: Yes. Alexandria and Cassandra.
Saved e-mails: Exceptional ones.
What is your room like: Messy.
What is the last thing you ate: tou fu fa flavoured, one lychee flavoured....which I shared with my father.
Ever had Chicken pox: When I was 6
Sore throat: Obviously.
Stitches: Never.
What's right beside you: Air.
Do you believe in love at first sight: Not exactly.
Like picnics: Never had a professional one.
Who was the last person you danced with: I'm not sure how you define "dancing".
Last made you smile: Myself. I think I have clearly stated that I can't help smiling....unless....
You last yelled: During the POTO [Phantom of the Opera] play.
Talk to someone you like: Everyday.
Kissed anyone: Yes.
Get sick: Sick as in "ill".
Talked to an ex: Dont have any ex.
The~Best feeling in the world: Every feeling I have ever experienced.
Do you sleep with stuffed animals: Yes.
What's under your bed: Dust.
Who do you really hate : Lousi.....[oops]...I mean LOUIS chong....
What time is it now: 9.47 pm
Q: Is there a person who is on your mind right now: You mean PERSONS. Yes.
Q: Do you have any siblings: It is clearly stated above that I don't have any.
Q: Do you want children : This is not a sick question right? Yea, at least I can have entertainment in the house.
Q: Do you smile often: This is getting repetitive and annoying....
Q: Do you like your hand-writing: Yes...both block and cursive....although it's very ugly.....but it's the only handwriting I've got (besides left hand) and it shows my character...might as well like it!Q: Are your toenails painted: Nope.
Q: Whose bed other than yours would you rather sleep in: My parents.
Q: What colour shirt are you wearing: Multi-coloured.
Q: What were you doing at 7:00pm yesterday : Bathing.
Q: I can't wait till : A lot of things happen.
Q: When did you cry last: Recently.....?
Q: Are you a friendly person: I hope I am.
Q: Do you have any pets: A fuzzy black thing called a DOG.
Q: Where is the person you have feelings for right now?: In my house right now.
Q: Did the last person you held hands with mean anything to you now?: Yes.....very important...?
Have you ever crawled through a window?: Yes.....when fooling around in Std 2 if I'm not mistaken...
Can you handle the truth?: Yes.
Are you too forgiving?: Depends on certain circumstances.
Are you closer to your mother or father?: Equal.
Who was the last person you cried in front of ?: Not sure...
How many people can you say you really loved?: A lot (:
Do you eat healthy?: I hope.
Do you still have pictures of you & your ex?: I dont have an ex.
Have you ever cried because of something someone said to you?: Yes. A lot of times!
If you're having a bad day, who are you most likely to go to?: Depends.
Are you loud or quiet most of the time?: You judge for this question.
Are you confident?: NOPE.

LASTLY tag 5 persons:
Ghee Ken.


Thursday, July 3, 2008

Consecutive Perfect Problems

Great.....Cassandra and I have been encountering problems for 3 consecutive nights. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday....First night: Nostalgia problem, Second night: Geography group work problem, Third night: Group-member-minused-marks bad can this get?????

Problem 1- Who was that mysterious person who took pictures for the Junior Prefect Installation? Was she in Nostalgia? If not, who sent her there? If yes, which freaking department was she in? Who was supposed to be the actual photographer for the event? Why didn't that person turn up?

Twists and turns- Zoe had no idea who took the pictures. Luke said En Lerk was in charge. En Lerk said that he was not in charge of that event. Justin Chan, head of photography department said Justin Loh was in charge. Justin Loh could not be contacted for precise information. Even if he were there, where the heck was he standing?!?!? AND.....was he invisible that day?!??

Who was that mysterious girl??? [echo, echo, echo]. Why was she wearing the Nostalgia tag? Was she really from Nostalgia? If so, what department?? If she's not in photography, why was she there? If she's not in Nostalgia, who was crazy enough to give her the tag??

Solution for "Nostalgic Problem": Finish up the layout without the pictures and pray for that anonymous photographer to be named. Get the article ready within the week and forget about the pictures if they can't be found. Tell Zoe to help us....[oops!]

The other problems must not be magnified for me to keep my mind positive. Solutions are still being thought up for these probs.


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