Sunday, October 25, 2009

Sigh.

1. People need to learn how to EXPRESS their feelings and thoughts properly so that there will be no misunderstanding.

2. People need to learn to be HONEST and SINCERE when giving point of views or opinions so that other parties will not misinterpret the information or motive.

3. People need to learn how to OPEN UP when necessary especially when they need help so that they don't live in misery and develop a mindset that nobody cares or wants to help.

4. People need to learn how to LISTEN; understanding what others are saying and responding properly to it.

5. People need to be CONSIDERATE towards others specifically their feelings, well-being, and privacy.


To the many people whom I have disappointed/offended/hurt... I apologise for not being able fulfill these 5 protocols of communication...and I am SORRY. I don't expect you to forgive me but I just want you to know that I acknowledge my MISTAKES. The rest is up to you.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

RoyRyn.

Hi!

Okay I'm gonna blog about......going out for supper with my brother and Karyn Ong. (in paragraphs)


Here goes!










I'm going out with my brother to eat indo mee at the nearby mamak in front of the cyber cafe we normally go to on weekends in 5 minutes...(which is after this post) <----did you manage to understand that? kidding!



And my wound has gotten all better but not better...well it feels better...but looks like sh*t. Thanks mum for applying the antiseptic this morning for me...I was half asleep and wouldn't do it myself, hah!









Wokay...where were we? Oh yes! Karyn!









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to be continued! indo mee first!
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Back from wonderlanddddddddddddddd! NOT. =(]

I met Karyn back in the days of high school when she was just Form 1 and i was Form 4. (i think) The way we met was pretty awkward because normally, when you meet new people you would introduce yourself formally and then start talking. But instead of doing that, I went up to her during my sister's (14th?) birthday party and asked to dance. She said YES, surprisingly. We didn't talk much, but I got to know her better. Besides, the dance didn't last long...she got uncomfortable after a while I think.

The first impressions I had on her were;
a) crazy girl
b) childish
c) SERIOUSLY...a crazy girl.

But still, that didn't stop us from talking via "a lil something called technology" such as MSN and SMSes...noobs.

And one day, while we were chatting online...she intro-ed to me (in my opinion) the BEST FREAKIN ROCK BAND I HAVE EVER KNOWN IN MY LIFE....go figure. BE INDEPENDENT.
So far, I think this rock band is still our biggest "common interest" other than the fact that we love listening to fast, upbeat, rock-ish music. I'm so glad I met Karyn, if not I wouldn't have known these guys! Thanks ryn. =)

Over the years, I got to know her better and realized that she's actually someone really special with a unique personality. She has her own point of view on things, knows how to set her own goals and accomplish them in her own way. Chooses to follow her world and not the world. Having a conversation with her can be really boring but interesting at the same time. And the way she talks is just......gifted? omg. JUST KIDDING. That wasn't supposed to come out it was in my head! What I meant was...she talks with a lot of ATTITUDE.

One more thing I really like about her is that she's such a PESSIMIST...which automatically becomes her sense of humour. Not saying that her pessimistic mindset is always appreciated, but her dark humour is always welcomed...lol. Also! she's a person who takes cleanliness seriously. I think the better word would be...hygienic?

She can be really cold sometimes, especially when she 's going thru a bad hair day...but most of the time she's nice. Sorta like a Hot 'n' Cold thingy going on. And she "loves" Katy Perry btw. Although I've received bullets, shits, burning arrows and molotovs from her a few times, (not literally) I choose not to put her aside because no one in this world is perfect to start with. On top of that, I'm sure I've offended her a few times before...so I guess we're pretty even to say the least. But one thing's for sure; I couldn't find a better Paramore buddy/friend to share my sorrows and joys with than Karyn.

You might assume that I know her very well, but the truth is I'm actually more than a thousand miles away from knowing her entirely. Well, I actually know her based on the scale of the text you're reading now which is; thismuch. And Karyn consists of....thismuch. times(x) the number of times she farts inhales and exhales... which probably means that I'll never ever know her entirely. =\ *which I am not supposed to because life wouldn't be interesting if I knew everything about her*

BESIDES, life is a journey...so why rush? =)

She's crazy but she's not crazy.
The things she say sometimes are weird but true.
She's a girl but she's not a girl. *she doesn't have piercings, like wtf?*
What a combina-tion...

All I can say is...thank you Karyn for being my friend. LYTB&P!...of meat popiah. =)

Monday, October 19, 2009

Sports Day!

Hey readers!


No, I didn't attend any sports day today. I just played two sports at one go. Football followed by basketball! Awesome right? haha. But that resulted in a pretty bad wound I got while playing basketball. Fell and scrapped a small portion of my knee's skin. Thanks dark skinned boy with the grey-ish shirt for pushing me. (<---did you manage to comprehend that?)




Stinged like !$@!@#$%!~@$!#^@@^##~@ when I poured cold water on it btw...and later stinged more when I had to wash the germs off with dettol mixed with cold water.(imagine the pain!) Benroy said it looked disgusting. So did my mom. hah!

But thanks to my loving grandmother my wound is all patched up. Thanks amma! =D




Btw, saw a really pro Kepong driver few days ago...





Even I can't do that with a SUV man. haha. *hats off*


Alright i've got nothing left to say. Silence is golden. woots! ciao.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

If only HERE was a safe place to express what I have to say.

Hey there again!



I know I haven't been updating much, but i think that's the only reason why most of my posts are unique and special don't you think? HOWEVER, It's just my humble opinion, and it's one that I believe in. You can think whatever you want but just remember, you don't deserve a point of view if the only thing you see is you. =)



So anyways, today I'm going to be doing something different and out of the norm...unlike, my usual posts of showing you guys what I've been doing currently or recently in my life. Yeah, it may be boring-er (if you find all my posts boring) but this is definitely something you would want read if you want to know me better.



TOP 3 frequently asked questions about my life. (have fun...)



1. Do you have a girlfriend? Why not?

No.

Well...it's very simple actually. I CHOOSE NOT TO. hah! Just kidding...I wouldn't pass this question off without giving valid reasons.

a)Timing was probably never right...
b)Never really found the right person.
c)Never felt ready to get into a relationship...didn't think I would treat my girl right because I wasn't matured enough to lead the relationship. I'm not saying that I've already reached that required level of maturity...but I sure am more matured compared to last time. =) I'm available...t&c applies. jk.


2. Why don't you want to further your studies in music?

Good question that a lot of people ask me since my passion is music. But really, if I want to make it big into the music industry, it's definitely not going to happen in Malaysia...sad to say. On top of that, I don't have the luxury of taking oversea courses...also considering the fact that my parents are not supporting the thought of music as a career. Hence, the best I can make of with my talents is to serve God and treat it as an extremely extremely extremely favourite past time. hehe.


3. What are you most afraid of?

I used to have a great phobia of flying insects...specifically flying cockroaches, wasps, bees and grasshoppers. But I've gotten over that. Right now I'm most afraid of losing my family/close friends. This is my biggest fear that I cannot get over until this day. Call me weird but, everytime I'm stoning or just wondering/dreaming...I tend to imagine someone close to me die...and the pictures I see are so real...so that really freaks me out. In event of this occuring, I'll be extremely worried for that person for the entire day or week. I'd get all worked up...can't concentrate on my work...i'll keep trying to call that person and sms etc. The only way I can relief myself of this phobia is to really talk to that person...more to having a heart to heart talk. It tends to get my mind of those scary images I imagined.


So, these are my 3 most frequently asked questions about my life...what are yours? Remember to tag me if you post something like this when you update so that I can see and comment. =)

BTW. The text above in red are lyrics from one of Paramore's new song from their 3rd album entitled "Brand New Eyes"...Playing God. Credits to them!

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Here's a piece of Kuala Rompin!

BTW, paintball was really fun! Played it for the first time at my company's 1st ever team-building trip at Kuala Rompin. Summerset Resort. It doesn't hurt as bad the way people describe it to me...maybe they have a softer epidermis lol. Anyways, I only got shot TWICE for the entire league that we played, one at my left leg and one more in my face...yes my face. (I was wearing a mask)
Despite my face being protected from the pellet's force, the paint that penetrated through the holes of the mask (the ones for breathing) still kinda hurt a bit. It felt like someone slapping my mouth. On top of that, I tasted some of the paint...(yellow colour some more. Grr, I hate yellow...) And it tasted HORRIBLE...bitter like @!€@!$!%!~@$%!@#$!
We ended losing though cause the last game I ran out of pellets and my other suriving team mate got shot. So I had no choice but to surrender. haha...and that was when I got shot in the face...eventhough I stood up to inform my defeat to the referee. *look below*


Yes, it was a near-range shot. Ouchies. but didn't hurt much.
K gtg, no mood to blog already thanks to someone. Bye!