My Heart Says


Home Sweet Home...

Home is always sweet for me. Home always remind me about my family, the green paddy field, the insects during night, the laugh and tears and all the thing that always make me smile. I wonder how it looks like now. This week's gonna be my first salary at the company. I cant wait to go back to my hometown, meet my parent, and bring 'em to a dinner with my own salary. I already buy the tickets for this weekend. Sorry to my sister and bro-in-law who cannot go back at RM 31.60 one way. Hahahaha.....

Its always green at home

The paddy field

I bought the tickets at Petronas Seksyen 7. Feel so lucky coz i didnt have to go to the Shah Alam bus station at sec. 17. It's really convenience coz petronas already provide the service. But something quite uncomfortable in my eyes is, most of the workers at the petrol station are foreigner. I dunno either they're from Bangladeshi or Nepalese or any other country, but the most annoying thing is the customer service there, so bad!!! I mean it. I used to work at a petrol station before, and also in a few customer service fields, so the service at that petrol station i would describe as sucks. First, communication problem. It's really hard to communicate with them. You wont be greeted, and also thanked! (WTF, this is basic in customer service). Dont expect any friendly service from them even if you give them a sweet-loving smile. Second, they work so damn slow.

This is not my first time experiencing this lousy service from foreigner. If you really observe their work, you'll notice not all of them are that hardworking as it has been promoted by most of the employer. For me, it's just an excuse from them. I really dont understand why employers really like to hire those foreigners instead of locals. What is wrong with Malaysians? Who said Malaysians dont want those jobs? Choosy my ass! Employer are just covering their ass. They always come out with a lot of reasons, condemn local people to cover their bank account. FCUK those kind of employers. How many unemployed out there? How many foreigners bringing our "ringgit" to their country? Employers would still have to pay the deposit which costs thousands of ringgit for a foreign worker. But they rather spend those money instead of hiring locals. I wont mind hiring foreign workers if those kind of jobs really need foreign expertise where we can share it with our people. And i wont care if no more Malaysians available to be hired. The fact is there are hundreds of thousands young and freshmen out there doing nothing, lost their confidence, wasting their energy, because or own people denying our own capabilities. What is so special with the foreigners until me ignore our own breed. Government? They would prefer thinking about Mercedes Benz E-class, "who sodomize who", how to cheat the rakyat, how to be rich! Same thing goes to the opponent. Everyone is saving their own ass, manipulating and acting here and there...bla..bla..bla...

Dear Pak Lah, Anwar, Najib, Hadi, Shahrir, Karpal, Kit Siang, KJ, those who are involve in politic, stop the drama. Da nak muntah dah ni!!!!! We know what all of you did! Nothing than "menjaga kepentingan sendiri"! Stop it right now because there are "rakyat", the "real rakyat" who are starving out there, there are rakyat who cannot get the proper education while you are sodomizing the rakyat money. There are families who quarrel about their budget while you are accusing each other. There are someone daughter being cheated by some moron while you're focusing on your "jawatan", your percentage, your son, your wife, your bank account. There are someone's son taking drugs because they got no jobs, and cannot imagine their future. Wake up the leaders of Malaysia. Malaysian feel sick with all of you. You are quarreling like facing the election while its already passed. Wake up... Plan something beneficial to all the rakyat, do something good to the rakyat. Malaysia belong to the rakyat!

Harith Iskandar Standing Comedy @ Actor Studio

Do you recognize the cute bald man, with fair skin and cute tummy? He appeared in many Malaysian film like Sepet, Baik Punya Cilok, co-star in most of the Afdlin Shauki’s movie, few more local movies as an Englishman, hosting his AH-HA tv show with his mate Afdlin Shauki and a lot of theatres. Harith Iskandar is one of the best standing comedian in Malaysia. He’s well recognize with his baldness and dry jokes (lawak kering). He is genius in manipulating his audience, and we wont feel bored watching him on stage. He is brilliant. Now, Harith Iskandar is back with another performance “Harith Iskander’s I Dunno” at Actor Studio in Bangsar. Don’t miss this chance…. The show will be held from30th of July until 3rd of August. Tickets will be sold from RM68-RM88 (adults) and special student’s price is offered at RM 38 only. What are you waiting for? Grab this chance. For more details, visit: www.theactorsstudio.com.my

Dont boil your egg in a heater....

FCUK!!! Today i reach my office earlier than before. Why? Because some smart ass guys boil his egg(chicken) in the water heater. Damn.... Usually, early in the morning, i make myself a cup of coffee, and take my breakfast while heating my superbike's engine. But yesterday, i found some white particles inside the water heater. I tried to wash it over and over again and later i realized that it is EGG. Damn!!!!! It smell like...WEKKKKK! I washed it times after times, siap dah samak sertu lagi. But i couldnt get rid of the essence (HANYIR). Damn it! Dont boil your egg using water heater smart ass. Other people want to use it to make coffee dumb ass........

Looking for a suitable wedding ring?

For those who plan to marry soon, dont forget to invite me pal. I would like to share with all of you some great wedding ring for you and your partner. Some might feel difficult to find a suitable wedding ring for their historical moment of life. Dont worry, it wont be a pain anymore.

For networking partners and also computer geeks. This one suits you.

Dont feel geek enough? Try this binary ring.
Wedding doesnt mean you're screwed.
You're meant for each other.
Enjoy your marriage fellas!!!

Coke and Petrol

Coke and Petrol. Enjoy your coke, coz the oil price will hike again.

Anwar Ibrahim, Saiful, Najib and Paklah solution!!!

The condition is getting worse. The sodomizing story already getting bored. I wish someone would dare to film this story. Blockbuster for sure!!!! Its really annoying to read the newspaper, watching news, come on...... come up with other story. Everyday "SODOMY", "ALTANTUYA", "NAJIB", "ANWAR", "PAK LAH", "ROSMAH", and "change your lifestyle". Lets move on, play it simple. It's even worse than a dragging love story where the hero and heroin couldn't find a way to get back together while the audience already know that they will, somehow. The director is keeping the story more difficult and dragging the audience with unnecessary plot while we're waiting for the climax.

Dont waste your time. Who have the guts to grab the Perlis Mufti suggestion to settle this political plot? Watch this video and me, "Kaykaysaja" as one of The Rakyat who already getting bored by this plot, "WE CHALLENGE DS ANWAR IBRAHIM AND SAIFUL TO MUHABALAH REGARDING THIS SODOMY ISSUE". And I also challenging PAK LAH to come out with this solution if he has guts to bring up this solution.

part 1

part 2

End of story.

Bill Gates Says

If you are born poor it's not your mistake,

But if you die poor it's your mistake.

-Bill Gates-

I wasn't born poor... I worked hard not to die poor. But the system makes me poor. Even the poor become poorer. What about the rich? The rich become richer because "their" dad let them read the "Rich Dad Poor Dad" book. So they know how to make money. And they become better in making more money than usual.

What about the average dad? Average dad told their son to work hard to be rich. But the rich noticed this and they know how to do money mining.

Basic economy: Buy at A price and sell at B price. B must be bigger than A. So it can generate profit a.k.a income.

The new rich economy: Let others buy at B price, find a way to buy it at A price without 'the others' knowledge and sell it to C price.

Who can do the new rich economy principles? One Pakistan born Millionaire in London manage to achieve this through real estate only during recession. But in Malaysia, people can do it through multiple fields without waiting for recession. How? Dont ask me. Luv 'em hate 'em, they're already mining the money. Because they have super-power dad who knows how to sleep well.

Change your lifestyle. Be poor because they're rich though.

Healthy Popcorn and Unhealthy Popcorn

Love watching movies?
Movie and popcorn are like river and the riverbank (bagai aur dengan tebing la..). But do you know what are the ingredients to make the popcorn?

Secret Recipe of Magical Popcorn:
1) Raw corn.
2) Corn Oil.
3) Caramel.
4) Pop corn machine.
5) Hasliman the Master Popper (the man who cook the corn).

Just trust me.

Have you ever realize how many sugar contains in the popcorn? Sweet,delicious, yummy! Yummy your tummy! Pop Corn + soft drink are enough to cause diabetes. High sugar + calory can cause multiple disease and you wont realize it even after you watch the movie. But may be another 10 years is not too late to cost your leg. Aiyah.... doctor will cut your leg looo.....

My colleague, Hasliman The Master Popper, made a few experiments with his twin brother Nazim (not his real name) to figure out the healthy pop corn for the patrons. And these are the results:

The Healthy Popcorn

The Unhealthy Popcorn

Another cute Healthy Popcorn

The healthy (above), and unhealthy (below)

Compare it yourself, the healthy and unhealthy popcorn. Mission accomplish by Hasliman The Master Popper. Finally he manage to get the secret recipe to make a healthy popcorn. The secret will be kept with him and his Nazim Brother (hahaha sure depa ngamuk punya). Healthy popcorn is fairer than the unhealthy popcorn.

Enjoy your movie. Thank you.

23 is not just a number...


thanks for those who remember...
thanks everybody for cheering my life...
thanks somebody for messing up my life...
thanks my parent...
thanks my family...

i've been kidnapped for the first time of my life. blindfolded. ("mimmie punya kerja >:) "). Damn scary... you've no idea what i've been through.. huuhu.... celebrating my birthday at seoul-bogougi (dunno how to spell it).

thanks for the card,
thanks for the cake,
thanks for the dinner,
thanks for the gift,
thanks a lot for all the surprises... hehehe

credit to amanina and lat for their chronicles of mimmie.
hehehe what a wonderful night. singing the song...blowing the candle...midnite movie and ending the nite with a beautiful rain. the nature is celebrating my birthday.....


KUALA KEDAH in Parliament.

Hurm... hope we'll be defended....
Farmers.... Paddy farmers need SUPPORT!!!.

Hurm..... who will help the ordinary rakyat (people)? any side would do "talking"... and "talking".... they grab the chance, and slit the people in any way. who will help Paddy farmers? How much do they earn? petrol price, racun, even rice price increased. Paddy price? who care?

The poor will be poorer, the rich even richer.....

" Change your lifestyle"-Najib, DPM.

kalau yang kaya ubah ke sederhana,
yang sederhana ubah kepada miskin,
yang miskin? bagaimana?

What will happen to us? Oil subsidies for us-LAH...

New Straits Times
4 June 2008

New subsidies only for poor
By : Lokman Mansor

The Rantau Panjang Petronas station in Kelantan drew fewer customers
yesterday after the ban on sales to Thai nationals at the border area.
— NST picture by Zaman Huri Isa

KUALA LUMPUR: The government will scrap ceiling prices on petrol and
diesel in August, and allow market forces to determine pump prices
after incorporating a new subsidy system for lower-income groups.

In theory, this means when world oil prices go down, it should be
cheaper to fill up at the petrol stations. The current price is about
RM1.92 per litre, among the cheapest in the region.

Given rising crude oil prices at the moment, however, most likely the
average Malaysian will pay more for petrol and diesel, similar to
consumers in Singapore and Thailand. In effect, pump prices could be
more than double the current subsidised prices.

Oil's rise to records above US$130 a barrel has forced governments
across Asia to remove subsidies so that they can continue to have
funds for development and other needs.

In Asia, only Myanmar has slightly lower pump prices than Malaysia,
although sales in Myanmar are rationed to two gallons (9.1 litres) per
car a day.

"There will be no controlled prices. It will depend on global market
prices," Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Shahrir
Abdul Samad said after opening the Malaysian Construction Summit 2008
here yesterday.

Shahrir said the cabinet would announce today more details on the new
subsidy programme that will be put in place to help the lower-income
group deal with higher pump prices.

He said possible mechanisms include cash payments to those in need, or
setting quotas.

"At the moment, the more petrol you use, the more subsidy you get.
That doesn't sound like an effective system.

"At the same time, we have to stop smuggling of diesel to the
neighbouring countries," Shahrir added.

As crude oil prices in the international market keep going up, petrol
and diesel at stations are capped at ceiling prices. As a result, the
fuel subsidy keeps on increasing.

If the system is not reformed, the government could end up spending
RM56 billion on fuel subsidy alone this year.

In countries where pump prices are not subsidised, there is normally a
two- to three-week time lag before higher crude oil prices translate
to a hike in prices at the pump.

Other factors taken into account by petrol station operators in these
markets include the exchange rate (since oil prices are quoted in US
dollar), the current or spot price of oil, and tax component of the
respective countries.

Meanwhile, Reuters reported Bank Negara Governor Tan Sri Zeti Akhtar
Aziz as ruling out using currency policy to tame prices.

"After the government announces what the nature of the changes are to
subsidies and other prices, we will make a comprehensive assessment
(on the effect on inflation)," she said.

"The ringgit has been and will continue to be determined by the
market," she said.

"In so far as the ringgit appreciates, this of course will contain
imported inflation, but the central bank will not use it as a tool of
monetary policy."

The ringgit is up 2.6 per cent against the dollar so far this year.

Scrap support slowly, say economists

KUALA LUMPUR: Economists, non-governmental organisations and consumer
associations came out in support of the government's move to reduce or
even scrap subsidies - but most cautioned that this must be done

Federation of Malaysian Consumers Associations secretary-general
Muhammad Sha'ani Abdullah said the government could initially limit
the usage of subsidised goods or have a quota.

"If consumers want to use more than the quota, then they will have to
pay the unsubsidised price. This will expose consumers to the actual
price of the goods and the government can gradually withdraw the

Malaysian Employers Federation executive director Shamsuddin Bardan
said if the subsidies were withdrawn abruptly, it would cause a sudden
increase in prices of subsidised items.

"It will create a negative shock to the business sector and consumers.
"The government should provide an appropriate time for the public to
adapt to new prices of goods before completely withdrawing the
subsidies," said Shamsuddin.

President of the Consumers Association of Subang and Shah Alam, Datuk
Jacob George, said the government should block the abuse of subsidies,
looking seriously at the seepage in the distribution system of the

Muslim Consumers Association of Malaysia project director Noor
Nirwandy Mat Noordin said the government must reduce expenditure on
grand events before seeking suggestions to reduce subsidies.

"Some unnecessary functions like the launching of events are a waste
of a lot of money."

He said the government also needed to find a way to protect the
middle- and lower-income groups by reducing the subsidies for the

However, he said the main concern was to tackle the issue of fuel
subsidies by firmly blocking foreign-registered vehicles from
purchasing subsidised petrol and diesel.

Consumers Association of Penang research officer Uma Ramaswamy said
subsidies should be completely removed rather than finding ways to
reduce them.

She said money that was used for subsidies could be used to provide a
more efficient public transport and improve education and health

"More aid can be given to the poor if subsidies are removed. The
government must prioritise the lower-income group," she said.

AmInvestment Bank economist M. Manokaran supports a gradual reduction
of the fuel subsidy.

"Although the government is keen to reduce the subsidy levels in order
to trim the fiscal deficit for the year, we are of the opinion that it
will not be a total removal. A gradual reduction of subsidies would be
most welcome."

He estimated that the new mechanism would probably push up the prices
of petroleum products by as much as 20 to 30 per cent, which is
between 40 sen and 50 sen per litre.

The hike would lead to increased inflation, which reached a 15-month
high of 3.0 per cent in April.

"Based on our sensitivity analysis, a flat adjustment of 10 sen in the
prices of petroleum products in September will push up the
transportation index (15.9 per cent of total Consumer Price Index) by
slightly more than 3.0 percentage points.

"However, with an estimated 50 per cent of the population under the
subsidised scheme, we reckon the first-round and second-round effects
will push up the broader inflation rate by 0.4 percentage point."

If the new scheme involves a 40-50 sen hike, the overall CPI will
accelerate sharply by 4.6 per cent to 5.0 per cent in September, from
the current level of about 3.0 per cent.

Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) president Tan Sri Yong Poh
Kon, meanwhile, said manufacturers were also looking to other items
which are price controlled, like condensed milk.

"If items like these are 'de-controlled', manufacturers don't have to
wait too long to get approval for prices to move."

Yong believes that with almost all tariffs in Asean eliminated when
the Asean Free Trade Area (Afta) is fully realised in 2010, Malaysian
consumers will have increased choices in the market.

Cutting petrol taxes an easy but false response
By : Benjamin K. Sovacool

HIGH oil prices have once again sparked debate over whether
governments in the United States, Europe, and Australia should
suspend, reduce, or eliminate taxes on motor fuels such as petrol and
diesel. Elimination of these taxes, however, would harm the public
more than it would help it.

With oil prices hovering around US$130 per barrel and gasoline prices
in the United States surpassing an average of US$3.79 (RM10) per
gallon, policymakers everywhere, under pressure from constituents,
seem to be reconsidering taxes on petroleum.

American presidential candidates have discussed permanently lowering
federal government taxes on fuel - currently about 18.4 cents on every
gallon - and the House of Representatives introduced three proposals
last month for suspending the gas tax for the summer.

In Germany, Greece, and Italy, lorry drivers have staged strikes to
protest government taxes on petrol.

In Australia and the United Kingdom, farmers and fishermen have called
on their politicians to reduce or eliminate fuel taxes to protect
small-scale enterprises suffering from higher fuel costs.
While the frustration with escalating oil prices is understandable,
lowering gasoline taxes will only increase government deficits and
encourage waste and higher prices.

First, government taxes on petrol, diesel, and other motor fuels often
directly fund much-needed transportation infrastructure.

Abolishing the federal petrol tax in the US, for instance, would cost
the government about US$9 billion in annual revenue (and 300,000 jobs
associated with it). The Highway Trust Fund, which provides financing
for national road projects, says it already faces a US$3.4 billion

Moreover, the American Society of Civil Engineers reports that
investments in highway infrastructure facilitate huge economic
benefits. They project that every $1 invested in highways and roads
produces $5.40 in economic benefits from reduced congestion, improved
safety, enhanced fuel economy, and better vehicle maintenance.

Thus, eliminating or reducing petrol taxes will only lead to poorly
maintained roads, more accidents, fewer jobs, and the need for even
costlier investment later.

Given that 1.2 million are now killed in road crashes every year,
along with an additional 20 to 50 million injured, road accidents, and
the burden of death, disease, and injury they bring, are hardly
something we need more of. The healthcare costs of cutting petrol
taxes and investment in infrastructure alone could be staggering.

Second, eliminating petrol taxes encourages excess consumption and
erodes incentives to conserve fuel. One of the fundamental tenets of
economic theory, and perhaps common sense, is that consumers need
accurate price signals if they are to use resources properly. In the
case of petrol, a failure to include many of the external costs
associated with motor fuel usage - noxious particulate matter and
ozone emissions, climate change, noise, fuel shocks and price spikes,
degraded land, traffic congestion - already incentives drivers to use
more of it than they should.

Cutting taxes only muffles the price signal further, discouraging
consumers from seeking cleaner alternatives, encouraging the
over-consumption of oil and thus higher use and prices, and leading to
capacity developments and consumer patterns in excess of true needs.

No, removing petrol taxes will do little to mitigate the fundamental
factors behind rising oil prices: preferences for more and larger
cars, urban sprawl, billions of dollars in oil and petrol subsidies,
and the role that un-priced externalities play in the price disparity
of petroleum.

The tendency for acceptable responses to the problem of higher oil
prices to be limited to lowering taxes tells us how weak governments
have become, and how deep the problem goes. Years of truly colossal
profits for oil companies have given them the ability to erode
government capacity and regulation that counters their interests.

The US House of Representatives, for instance, tried to repeal US$22
billion worth of subsidies for the oil and gas industry in 2007 during
preliminary discussions of the Energy Independence and Security Act.
The senate squashed the idea, however, under direct threat of a veto
from the White House when finalising the bill. Some governments, it
appears, have little control over their own energy subsidies.

The fact that publics around the world are pressuring their
governments to reduce petrol taxes - but not to use less oil and
petrol , alter consumption patterns, research and develop alternative
modes of transportation, or eliminate profligate subsidies - tells us
just how difficult reducing our dependency on oil will be.

Dr Benjamin K. Sovacool is a research fellow in the energy governance
programme at the Centre on Asia and Globalisation, National University
of Singapore.

Take the bus, switch off those lights
By : Zainul Arifin

ONE cannot help having this edge-of-the-cliff feeling that another
hike in fuel prices, and the customarily attendant rises in cost of
other goods and services, is inevitable. Facts are getting in the way
of our hopes.
Consider that the last increase for petrol, diesel and gas was in
March 2006, when prices went up 30 sen per litre. Crude oil then was
US$60 per barrel, and the government suggested that the fuel subsidy
was getting to be unsustainable.

Crude oil is now double that, and it is of course ridiculous and
irresponsible that fuel subsidy costs should eclipse national
development expenditures.

The higher fuel prices, inevitable as they may be, will touch people
in more ways than one, and for some more than others.

For many wage earners, while prices rise, their take-home money
remains the same. It is rather difficult to make sacrifices when the
essentials take up so much.
The issue for most people, away from the macro views of economists and
policy makers who opined from high up that unsustainable subsidies
must go, is how not to crack under the collective burden of a higher
cost of living.

Obviously sustainable social safety nets should be in place to make
sure that while all of us suffer the consequences of higher fuel
prices, no one should suffer excessively.

As much as it pains us to go through this period, we should try to
seize the opportunity to look for silver linings in these otherwise
gloomy days. There has to be one. We have to believe so, or else we
would just be like frogs basking in the afternoon sun.

For one, this represents a great opportunity to encourage energy
conservation and to promote the use of alternative sources of energy.
Higher tariffs for large consumption of electricity, and the use of
solar power, for instance, in street lighting, could be some of the
initiatives. Higher investment in renewable energy sources like hydro
power also looks to be more attractive.

The other, I believe, is the opportunity to develop an urban mass
transit system as a credible alternative to personal vehicles.

Hence, I am disappointed that the government decided to cut bus fare
subsidies for government-owned companies. It is plainly obvious that
the subsidy was small, perhaps even miniscule, compared to the amount
used to keep petroleum prices low.

In fact given the multiple benefits of mass transportation, from
unclogging roads to cutting fuel consumptions to keeping commuting
cost low, the government should have instead made public transport
cheaper, if not offered it at a token sum as part of public service.

It is a given fact that quality, efficient and affordable public
transportation systems the world over do not make money. They require
high investments, but yet offer slow and low returns. Ultimately only
governments, as part of their governing responsibilities, can operate

Urban transportation services that are profitable have behind them a
high degree of government support, including subsidies or cheap loans.
There are also legislations such as high taxes on private vehicle
ownerships, or laws limiting their uses.

Transportation-related costs, including the cost of ownership and
maintenance, average at more than 30 per cent of a person's monthly
expenditure. Savings on fuel and other incidentals like parking and
tolls would return a substantial amount of money into our pockets.

Obviously our current transportation infrastructure is not even
adequate enough to entice some of us to consider leaving our cars at
home, the economic gains notwithstanding. Many of us, unfortunately,
by circumstances or design, do not take public transport. Many do not
even consider the possibility.

Perhaps we must not only be inspired to change our lifestyles, but we
should also be encouraged and legislated to do so. For sure, not many
of us willingly give up the privilege of using private vehicles.

Would a young upwardly-mobile executive or CEO be willing to ride the
bus or train?

Please do not scoff at the idea. This should be our ultimate aim if we
were really serious about promoting mass transportation and reducing
fuel consumption.

An efficient and affordable urban transportation is not a myth, but it
requires more than just more buses or trains. There has to be a
complex all-encompassing effort from legislation to incentives to

We must win people over with convenience, savings and efficiency. We
must change perceptions so that riding the bus or trains is not seen
to be a sign of failure.

We should be looking at transportation issues because it is good for
us. We must begin the process of developing a new national energy
consumption initiative, in which urban mass transportation is a major

We, however, do not want to hear of anyone suggesting that fuel prices
could be made lower, while hiding the facts that it would put us in
hock for the rest of our lives. It is cheap, opportunistic

Let us also not bring up the issue of Petronas as if it is a spigot
that when turned on will answer to all our woes. That is
irresponsible. Let us forget about it, unless it is used for greater
good, and not to subsidise our thirst at the pump.

We now have an opportunity to change the landscape of our fuel
consumption, especially one that is related to urban transportation.
We should not be thinking of how to ride out the higher crude oil
prices now, since for all we know US$100 plus a barrel would be the
norm from now on.

We should also be looking at the issues because it would be good for

-from here-

Why Oil Price Increase?

RM 2.70 per litre.


where's Sabul??? damn!!!!

RM 2.70 per litre.


where's the love......


RM 3.00 per litre.
RM 4.00 per litre.

RM 5.00 per litre.

RM 6.00 per litre.
say no to petroleum, say no to car, say no jalan2. work at your home!!!!! fuck!!!

"biasa la baby menangis bila mak pisahkan susu...kalau tidak sampai bila nak menetek..." - arif chomel-


Curiosity? Siti Nuhaliza? Honda City?

Lucky or just unlucky?

Am i a lucky boy or an unlucky boy?

Is it a lucky day or just unlucky day?

Woke up at 7, while i supposed to wake up at 6? Lucky or unlucky?

Stuck in a boring KL traffic jam. Lucky or unlucky?

Ticked the wrong answer because someone say so even i already ticked the right one. Lucky or unlucky?

A bunch of dumb and annoying policemen on the road and i miss the junction to Sunway Pyramid. Lucky or unlucky?

Passed the test, interviewed, get the post, lucky or unlucky?

Damn, what's happening to me? I am curious, nervous, confused.

Please help me out! Oh My God.....

Hopefully i can resolve this matters by next week.

p/s: absolute lucky things: i am with mimmie the whole day, i can talk to my parent, and supportive supervisor.


My School Name Tag

I've been tagged by tekong wonder boy ... so here i am, the ultimate kusut kaykaysaja:


1) i am very handsome-trust me
2) i only have 2 ringgit in my wallet at the moment
3) i lost my staff voucher (2 free movie tickets maa..)
4) RM 8.23 in Bank Islam, RM 10.56 in Maybank
5) i am fat n lazy but still handsome
6) curl hair, but always handsome
7) i scratch my head a lot (habit, not kutu)


1) empty wallet
2) zero phone credit
3) i cant sleep
4) when mimmie mad at me (very scary..)
5) my mak angry with me (even scarier..)
6) when i have nothing to do
7) death


1) Makhluk Tuhan Paling Seksi -Mulan (ah..ah..ah..)
2) Makhluk Tuhan Paling Seksi - Stacy (ah..ah..ah..)
4) Makhluk Tuhan Paling Seksi - Teamlo (oh..oh..oh..)
5) I got it from my mama - Will.I.am (yeah...)
6) Mila Bila Cinta - Mila (wazzup..wazzup..)
7) Throw It On Me - The Hives ft. Timbaland


1) Allahuakbar (times and times a day)
2) Assalamualaikum (everytime on phone + enter my house)
3) wei.... bla..bla.. (bila orang xbertugas buang sampah kat umah)
4) fak (everytime i have to shuffle the cards)
5) lanci** (cursing..cursing...)
6) nak haram.... (cursing...cursing..)
7) palaotak hang (ish..ish...ish...)


1) Project at TGV
2) web marketing (my thesis)
3) how to make "bobon" angry
4) Jersey
5) Internet
6) Sabul
7) 3gp


1) Fly (sneak out) form 2
2) Ride a motorcycle - 8 years old
3) First flight - 19 yrs old -Sabah, Kinabalu XPDC
4) First love- form 2
5) First Cindy Crawford Movie - Basic Instinct- stndard 5
6) First time to cinema Form 4 (Vertical Limit)
7) First PC part 1 Diploma (name: sara)


1) Kodendang
2) Hasliman Scarlet Hitam
3) Zahir Mulut Putih Jahat
4) Salbiah Mansor
5) Cikai budak botak
6) Paan boroi
7) Pak Ngah yang hawaq

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Song of The Stressful Week

Artist : The Beatles
Title : Yesterday

All my troubles seemed so far away,
Now it looks as though they're here to stay,
Oh, I believe in yesterday.

I'm not half the man I used to be,
There's a shadow hanging over me,
Oh, yesterday came suddenly.

Why she
Had to go I don't know, she wouldn't say.
I said,
Something wrong, now I long for yesterday.

Love was such an easy game to play,
Now I need a place to hide away,
Oh, I believe in yesterday.

Why she
Had to go I don't know, she wouldn't say.
I said,
Something wrong, now I long for yesterday.

Love was such an easy game to play,
Now I need a place to hide away,
Oh, I believe in yesterday.

New Skill, Disastorous Notorious Skill.

Stressful week continued. Emotional post continued.

It was around 7 a.m when i feel i couldnt stand it anymore. Hours and hours sitting in front of my PC, finishing my Final Year Project. Lack of sleep, lack of rest. My life is a disaster lately. Please... please... owh please... time is running out...

Yesterday, Asrul called me, but the only thing i know is he told me he's on his way back from genting. The rest of the conversation=...... i dunno...... i couldn't remember what i said.... sori la Lat, aku xsedaq la... mamai2......

But this morning, the worst thing anyone could ever imagine. Around 7 a.m. I was waiting for my PC to download the result from browsershot that tested my web design based on several platform and resolutions. It took hours to finish. Then i lay my back on the floor for a while and the last thing i remember i was sms-ing mimmie. When i woke up few hours later, first thing to do is to call her. But she was pissed..... because i wrote someone else's name in the message. My god!!!! what happened? I checked my outbox, and it's true. Oh my...oh my..... im speechless. Mimmie was really pissed by that incident. I'm so sorry babe, I was unconscious, and i swear it was unintentional. I dunno how it happened.

I used to laugh watching my housemate talking while they're sleeping. I've no idea how it happened. Now i know, i learned, got served! 1st, those incident is possible, 2nd, it's a disaster when you exceed the limit, able to talk on the phone and able to type message while you're sleeping. 3rd, i'm a dead man because unconsciously typed a girl name in the message and send it to my girlfriend. But I was sleeping at that moment.

It may sounds like the stoopidiest excuse... Unacceptable, moron, crazy and foolish. But it's not even gonna be your last thing you can ever imagine of.

I dunno if mimmie could ever forgive me again. I wonder if anyone could. I know its wrong, big one! Sorry mimmie, sorry everyone........

22 turning 23. VANTAGE POINT.

Depression. Stressful week. I got another 2 weeks before i finish my study. I've received the Adults life invitation card. Am i ready for all the hurdles? God, please guide me. I am reading the Islamic Philosophy book and suddenly i stop and look at my future. Last nite i hang out at mamak with my friends, then i realize, we're discussing topics that we haven't touch about 3 years ago. "...kerja kat situ....time kerja.....nanti pi keja....." how i miss my childhood. Best kan jadi budak budak? bangun pagi makan, main, makan, nangis, tidoq, main, main dan main lagi.

Bulan depan birthday mak yang ke 49 tahun, ayah dah pun 59 tahun. My sister and bro-in-law skali dgn anak buah aku kat manchester. Abang aku, kak ipaq aku dgn Arif kat nilai. Adik aku kat Behrang. Abang aku sorang lagi kat kampung. Family...Family... jauh kan family aku semua. Saat paling best bila 1 family dapat kumpul. Last satu family kumpul kat Nilai sbb nak antaq kakak aku satu family pi Manchester. Time tu semua orang ada. Mak masak sedap2. Air jus tembikai. Nugget lagi. Eiman anak buah aku la yang paling kuat makan. Makan sampai nak muntah2. Itu memang tabiat dia, budak kecik lagi. Sekarang ni dah ok dah kot. Masa tu Eiman pakai baju Arif sebab baju Eiman semua dalam beg, sbb flight dia ke UK mlm tu. Aku sampai Nilai dengan Mimmie n bang Teh n adik aku agak petang dah sebab ada kelas pagi tu. Baru cukup korum. Seronok sangat masa tu. Everybody's there. Dan saat macam tu cuma lagi 3 tahun boleh rasa....lama kan?

Tiap kali sebelum balek ke shah alam mesti aku cium pipi mak dengan ayah aku. Memang dah jadi tabiat aku adik beradik dari kecik lagi. Dulu mak dgn ayah mesti tunduk sikit nak bagi anak2 depa cium pipi depa. Tapi sekarang semua dah besaq. Tapi tiap kali aku peluk mak dengan ayah, memang itu la saat yang paling bahagia. Tak tau macam mana nak cerita, tapi mak dengan ayah la kekasih aku dunia akhirat. Dulu masa kecik2, mak dengan ayah jaga kami disiplin gila. Balek sekolah makan, lepas tu trus siap2 nak pi mengaji pukul 2.30 ptg. Lepas balek mengaji mesti kena keluaq rumah pi beriadah, bersukan. tapi sampai pukul 6.30 saja. Sapa yang lebih mmg cari nahas. Malam semayang, lepas tu baca buku sampai pukul 10 mlm. tv? jangan harap la. Tapi itu la disiplin yang buat kami berjaya. Aku ingat lagi kadang2, mak panggil kami suruh baca quran, mak nak check tengok. suka sangat time tu. Dulu masa ayah ajaq aku semayang, time tu abang2 aku semua dah terer dah. Aku siap nangis2 lagi sebab xingat takbiratulihram. tapi alhamdulillah... sampai sekarang ingat lagi.

Sekarang ni mak biasa call around 8 p.m, tanya " hang semayang dak lagi?". Aku pun dengan segan duk jawab " dak lagi..satgi, ni nak pi ambik ayaq semayang la ni. tunggu beratoq kat bilik ayaq ni...." panjang saja aku jawab. Mimmie pernah cerita, ibu dia pesan, "sekarang ni korang mungkin rimas ibu selalu call, nnti ibu dah takde mesti korang teringat.." lebih kurang macam tu la. Ya Allah, panjangkanlah usia mak dengan ayahku, sihatkanlah tubuh badan mereka, berilah kejayaan kepadaku, moga aku dapat menggembirakan kedua orang tuaku. Amin. Selalu ka aku doa macam ni? Yang aku pasti, mak dengan ayah mesti tak pernah miss. Tiap kali nak exam mesti mak dgn ayah baca yasin, baca Quran. Setiap paper aku nak exam mesti mak ayah semayang hajat. Masa nak SPM anak2 dia, mak dengan ayah siap khatam satu Quran. Abang2 dgn kakak2 aku nak pi interview pun sama. Dulu aku sendiri tengok sejadah dengan Quran dalam pejabat ayah. Abang2 aku nak periksa, ayah dah standby sejadah dgn Quran dah.

Mak memang kuat. Sabaq, tabah.... mengadap perangai anak2 dia 5 orang. Dari kecik sampai besaq. Pesan mak.. "semayang la selalu, tu saja mak mintak, doa angpa anak2 mak. tu saja bekal buat mak". Cukup la air mata mak buat aku. Dah banyak dosa aku kat mak. Setitis air mata ibu, dosa yang kita tanggung ni, cuma tuhan yang tau. Biaq la mak nak menitis air mata tengok aku berjaya sudah la. Kecik2 dulu mak mandikan aku. Dah masuk sekolah rendah mak ajaq aku basuh baju, lipat baju, seterika baju. Mak kata senang berdikari. Nanti nak masuk asrama senang. Mesti dah tau buat semua benda. Tengok masuk tingkatan satu betoi duk asrama. Mula2 sekolah agama yan, ayah seronok sangat. Anak2 dia form 1 mesti masuk sekolah agama. tapi bila dapat tawaran MRSM, abang aku support sungguh2. Sampai ayah aku pun setuju. Jauh, Gerik. Aku baru form 1. Baligh pun belum. Jauh gila. Jalan nak pi sekolah pun boleh buat bang teh dengan adik aku muntah2. Seronok tengok mak dengan ayah masa tu. Walaupn kena keluaq duit banyak nak register sekolah tu, ayah tetap seronok. Siap bawak tok wan aku la masa register. Itu la last aku rasa tok wan aku jalan jauh pun. Ayah memang baik. Ayah selalu pesan hormat orang tua2. Tengok ayah jaga tok dengan tok wan, buat aku hormat mak dengan ayah aku lebih lagi.

Ayah kalau call aku mesti time dia kat pejabat, tgh keja, nak pi mesyuarat koperasi, kat bank. Bila besaq sikit baru aku perasan. Aku kalau bz sikit, dunia pun xingat. Tapi ayah nak mesyuarat pun boleh call anak2 dia lagi. Nanti bila ada anak sendiri baru terasa kot. Tengok abang aku yang gila bola pun slow down bila da ada family. Dulu aku ingat, ayah selalu bawak kami pi tengok bola. Darah bola tu mmg ada dalam semua anak laki dia. Aku ingat lagi ayah bawak pi stadium merdeka tengok sapa lawan pun aku xingat. Lepas tu bawak rombongan pi tengok final Kedah dengan Singapura. Time tu ayah bendahari KEPDA. Aku kecik lagi, masuk stadium pun selit2 xdak tiket pun. Paling seronok masa adik aku kecik lagi. Semua siap berlakon lagi kluaq rumah sebab xbagi dia ikut. Aku dengan abang aku siap keluaq ikut pintu belakang lagi. Tapi aku xingat bila last ayah bawak kami pi tengok bola n macam mana ayah bleh stop pi tengok bola.

Masa kecik paling best bila bulan posa. Ayah meniaga air tebu. Best sangat. Pagi ayah dgn abang aku duk cuci tebu kat belakang rumah. Petang kami pi meniaga ramai2 kat bazar ramadan. Seronok. Sampai la ayah juai mesin tebu tu kat sapa tak tau. Lagi pun time tu abang2 aku dah belajaq kat asrama dah.

Hurm... bestnya masa kecik2. Memang seronok. Aku jarang post guna bahasa melayu. tapi kali ni ada exclusion sebab aku mmg rindu family. Orang nak kata aku homesick ka, manja ka, go to hell la. Aku ada family, family aku best. Dari kecik sampai besaq best. Lawan wrestling sampai patah katil. Terpengaruh WCW sampai adik aku patah gigi kena wrestling dengan abang aku. : hanip, ang kalo xhensem ang claim kat bang teh. dia bagi gigi ang patah kecik2 dulu. : aku pnah eksiden sampai kepala berdarah. bang teh aku jugak yang bawak. seronok bila pikiaq2 balik. 5 beradik, 4 lelaki. Cuma mak ayah aku boleh handle. Main bola dalam rumah sampai pecah cermin baru berenti. Tapi dulu kan? Bila lagi la..... Tapi skang ni kalau cucu2 bagi pecah pasu, tok dengan tok wan mana marah. hahaha pak ngah, pak teh, pak su, pak tam, mak long la yang duk kena marah. "Pak su ni duk biaq ariff/eiman main sampai pecah pasu tok..." hahahaha
I miss my family. I luv my family.

Since i still have my parent, I would like to tell the world that i love my parent so much. They are the greatest parent in this world.

What a happy life.... Hidup biar sederhana, tapi ada life!


If i were rich, i'll buy a bus like this so that i can travel around Malaysia and it will make my "balek kampung" journey easier. Everything's there. Damn superb. I dont know about the price but for sure it's gonna be so expensive.

huhuhuhuhu so luxurious......where can i get this bus ha? not now la... wait till i rich la.... ahahahha

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Those my bloggers friend, please help me link this web at your blog because my marketing research require me to do so. Please help me link this we. Love u all...


I got an email from my sister and i think i should share it with all of you.

Mr. Narayana Murthy is undoubtedly one of the most famous persons from
Karnataka. He is known not just for building the biggest IT Empire in India but
also for his simplicity. Almost every important dignitary visits InfoSys campus.
He delivered an interesting speech during an employee session with another IT
company in India. He is incidentally, one of the top 50 influential people of
Asia according to an Asiaweek publication and also the new IT Advisor to the
Thailand Prime Minister.

Extract of Mr. Narayana Murthy's Speech during Mentor Session:

I know people who work 12 hours a day, six days a week, or more. Some people do
so because of a work emergency where the long hours are only temporary. Other
people I know have put in these hours for years. I do not know if they are
working all these hours, but I do know they are in the office this long. Others
put in long office hours because they are addicted to the workplace.

Whatever the reason for putting in overtime, working long hours over the long
term is harmful to the person and to the organization. There are things managers
can do to change this for everyone's benefit. Being in the office long hours,
over long periods of time, makes way for potential errors.

My colleagues who are in the office long hours frequently make mistakes caused
by fatigue. Correcting these mistakes requires their time as well as the time
and energy of others. I have seen people work Tuesday through Friday to correct
mistakes made after 5 PM on Monday.

Another problem is that people who are in the office long hours are not pleasant
company. They often complain about other people (who are not working as hard);
they are irritable, or cranky, or even angry. Other people avoid them. Such
behaviour poses problems, where work goes much better when people work together
instead of avoiding one another.

As Managers, there are things we can do to help people leave the office. First
and foremost is to set the example and go home ourselves. I work with a manager
who chides people for working long hours. His words quickly lose their meaning
when he sends these chiding group e-mails with a time-stamp of 2 AM, Sunday.

Second is to encourage people to put some balance in their lives. For instance,
here is a guideline I find helpful:
1) Wake up, eat a good breakfast, and go to work.
2) Work hard and smart for eight or nine hours.
3) Go home.
4) Read the books/comics, watch a funny movie, dig in the dirt, play with your
kids, etc.
5) Eat well and sleep well.

This is called recreating. Doing steps 1, 3, 4, and 5 enable step 2. Working
regular hours and recreating daily are simple concepts. They are hard for some
of us because that requires 'personal change'. They are possible since we all
have the power to choose to do them.

In considering the issue of overtime, I am reminded of my oldest son. When he
was a toddler, if people were visiting the apartment, he would not fall asleep
no matter how long the visit was, and no matter what time of day it was. He
would fight off sleep until the visitors left. It was as if he was afraid that
he would miss some thing. Once our visitors' left, he would go to sleep. By this
time, however, he was over tired and would scream through half the night with
nightmares. He, my wife, and I, all paid the price for his fear of missing out.

Perhaps some people put in such long hours because they do not want to miss
anything when they leave the office. The trouble with this is that events will
never stop happening. That is life! Things happen 24 hours a day. Allowing for
little rest is not ultimately practical. So, take a nap. Things will happen
while you are asleep, but you will have the energy to catch up when you wake.


- Narayana Murthy -

Difference between Cute Malaysian Baby and Cute Arabic Baby....

Malaysian baby is sooo cute......

Arabic baby also cute.....

Depend on their parent actually......

Butterfingers - 1000 tahun (mahu hidup)

After 3 years saying goodbye to the word (Selamat Tinggal Dunia).... The Butterfingers comes with brand new album "kembali"...... new mood, new experiment...

Memanglah penat
Tapi macam mana nak buat..?
Sudah terlambat baru nak cepat...
Terperanjat...harap maafkan..
Diatas segala kesulitan...
Perselisihan yang dihadapi..selama ini...
amat dikesali...takkan berulang lagi...

Kembali kepada selamanya...
Kini kubangun sedar dari mimpi...
Kembali kepada petak pertama...
Kumahu hidup 1000 tahun lagi...

Saya tak akan..
Mengambil kesempatan walaupun...
diriku ini kesempitan...
di awan kesembilan...
Kosmopolitan ini penuh dengan...
Iblis dan syaitan, penuh dugaan...
Kalau jatuh lagi....,
Berdiri kembali....
Sekali Lagi....

Kembali kepada selamanya...
Kini kubangun sedar dari mimpi...
Kembali kepada petak pertama...
Kumahu hidup 1000 tahun lagi...

KEMBALI........ Kumahu hidup 1000 tahun lagi...


One fine day, two bestfriend were flying on a helicopter looking down at Kuala Kumpur. Ahbodohlah and Sami Value were friends since 2004.

Ahbodohlah said “if I throw two RM100 notes down, 2 people r going to be happy”.

Sami Value said “if I throw 200 RM1 notes, 200 people will be happy”.

Pilot heard and said “if I throw both of u down, 27 million Malaysian people will be happy...

Hehehe morale of the story, Ahbodohlah and Sami Value better jump off the helicopter before they're thrown away......

Malaysia New Leadership... Some New Faces.... Ministry in Malaysia

Malaysia General election = done....
Poster war = forgotten.......
Manifesto = what is this shit?.......
Promises = always promises...
Toll = pending...Gas = pending...

Love Malaysia...Peaceful Country...

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi "work with me ar...not work for me..."

Datuk Seri Mohd. Najib Tun Abdul Razak


Tan Sri Bernard Giluk Dompok
Datuk Seri Mohamad Nazri Abdul Aziz
Datuk Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi
Datuk Zaid Ibrahim
Datuk Amirsham A. Aziz

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Mohd. Johari Baharom
Datuk Dr. Masitah Ibrahim
Datuk Hassan Malik
S.K. Devamany


Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Ahmad Husni Mohamad Hanazlah
Datuk Kong Cho Ha


Datuk Seri Mohd. Najib Tun Abdul Razak

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Wira Abu Seman Yusop


Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Chor Chee Heung
Senator Datuk Wan Ahmad Farid Wan Salleh


Datuk Ong Ka Chuan

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Robert Lau Hoi Chew
Datuk Hamzah Zainuddin


Datuk Ir. Mohd. Zin Mohamad

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Yong Khoon Seng


Tan Sri Muhyiddin Mohd. Yassin

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Liew Vui Keong
Jacob Dungau Sagan


Datuk Seri Dr. Rais Yatim

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Seri Tengku Azlan Sultan Abu Bakar


Datuk Ahmad Shabery Cheek

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Tan Lian Hoe


Datuk Dr. S. Subramaniam

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Noraini Ahmad


Datuk Ismail Sabri Yaakob

Timbalan Menteri
Wee Jeck Seng


Datuk Shahrir Abdul Samad

Timbalan Menteri
Jelaing anak Mersat


Datuk Shaziman Abu Mansor

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Joseph Salang Anak Gandum


Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein

Timbalan Menteri
Dr. Wee Ka Siong
Datuk Razali Ismail


Datuk Seri Khaled Nordin

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Dr. Hou Kok Chung
Datuk Idris Haron


Datuk Noh Omar

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah


Datuk Douglas Unggah Embas

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Abdul Ghapur Salleh


Datuk Mustapa Mohamed

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Rohani Abdul Karim


Datuk Ong Tee Keat

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Anifah Aman


Datuk Dr. Maximus @ Johnity Ongkili

Timbalan Menteri
Fadilah YusOf


Datuk Seri Azalina Othman Said

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Seri Sulaiman Abdul Rahman Abdul Taib


Datuk Mohd. Shafie Apdal

Timbalan Menteri
Teng Boon Soon


Datuk Dr. Ng Yen Yen

Timbalan Menteri
Noriah Kasnon


Senator Tan Sri Muhammad Muhd. Taib

Timbalan Menteri
Tan Sri Joseph Kurup
Joseph Entulu Belaun


Datuk Peter Chin Fah Kui

Timbalan Menteri
Senator A. Kohilan Pillay


Datuk Liow Tiong Lai

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk Dr. Abdul Latiff Ahmad


Datuk Seri Zulhasnan Rafique

Timbalan Menteri
Datuk M. Saravanan


1) luckily KJ wasn't newhere there... maybe he's beyond that... who knows...

2) mukhriz also wasn't there....

3) is there neone from KEDAH? luckily johari baharom on the list....

4) ong ka chuan? aiyak...still there ar?

5) azalina in tourism?

6) kerjaraya new boss..hehehe new toll rates neh....?

7) shahrir samad got his space there.....

8) hamid from external to internal....

9) hope for the best...prepare for the worst...vote for your children and grandchildren.....

10) May Allah bless Malaysia...

Vote for changes, vote for KEYS!!!

My vote goes for candidate Maimun Yusuf, the 89-year old independent candidate in Kuala Terengganu. She's standing against bigwigs Dato Razali Ismail of UMNO and Mohamad Sabu of PAS.

Even she lost in this general election, 685 votes is a great achievement for her to face bigger profile opponents. SALUTE!!!!

viva Tok Mun!!!

Dato' Siti Nurhaliza with Hijab....

Photos of Dato' Siti Nurhaliza with hijab. No wonder Dato' Seri KK loves her... Eh, Dato' Seri K loves her... Sorry Dato' Seri K.... Hehehehe Malaysian also loves her. Ain't that cute?

Break Dance Baby

This boy performs break dance with his diapers on. Enjoy...

Power, Energy, Strength

Are we that desperate? We can see this kind of advertisement anywhere... until at a parking lot?

for those who really want to the spring return power contact me for the full phone no.

31,000 viewers and growing....

Congratulations to the Last Minute Production for their achievement in youtube. The video was uploaded only with concern to share our light comedy for the annual dinner have attracted thousands of viewers worldwide. This short-movie have been directed by the young and talented director Mr. Wan Zulkifli who now pursue his ambition in Malaysian Immigration.

This story is about a young and wild guy Azroy (Shidi) who try to find his freedom outside the house and follow his teenage instinct. However Azroy have left his mom (Pijon) and his younger brother, Boy (Bobon), as a protest to his drunk dad (Padel) and also broken family. Everything comes to an end when one day Azroy come home and find something is wrong at his house. Enjoy......

with love from CS 110 class of '06.

Datuk Hajah Siti Nuhaliza Taruddin

Dear Siti's fan who missed her so much...
Hajah Siti Nurhaliza also known as Datuk Hajah Siti Nurhaliza during Hajj season. May Allah bless us.... Amin.....and dont forget, with his hubby, Dato' Seri Haji 'K'.... I wonder what are his contributions to Malaysia till he got those "Datuk" and "Datuk Seri" title?? urmmm......

Dare to this public toilet?

The view from outside the public toilet....
The view from inside
So dare to try? Hehehe....

Sharifah Amani loves the Guy who pick his nose in public!!!

Damn... it sounds awful... but it's true....

Soooo sweeeet........
The I love you and you love me scene......

The sweetest scene.... I'll love you for the rest of my life scene....

Guys.. if you want to be loved.... try that trick.... girls luv it..... damn it!


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