Friday, October 28, 2011

Hello everyone.

I am back .


Monday, January 14, 2008

My Adventure of Saying Goodbye (to Blogger)

The hardest part of any friendship is when it is time to say goodbye. As much as much as we want things to stay the same, in life, change is an inevitable thing. Thus;

There's a place called Far-away Meadow
We never shall mow in again,
Or such is the talk at the farmhouse:
The meadow is finished with men...
-Robert Frost

I will see you at Nocturnal Excursions.

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

My Adventure During MyCat's "Race Against Time"

It was bloody tiring and stressful at times, but loads of fun. The sky decided that it would desist with its daily afternoon torrential downpour, took a rain check (pun intended) and allowed the sun to come out. Although, the heat was nothing like Raptor Watch's as the Zoo's foliage gave us some reprieve from the heat to a certain extent.

It was indeed a success of sorts, as we were able to reach out to the visitors of Zoo
Negara on Tiger conservation as well as introducing to the public the new Tiger hotline.

While the missus was at the "Art Adventure" station,
painting the kid's (young and old) faces, hands and other appendages, I was at the "Tiger Threat" station, showing how scientists make plaster cast of a wild tiger's pug mark.

Tiger ambassadors; Susan, Corrine, Chelsia (behind), Xandria
Ning, Maple, Rina, Aishah, and Yassin

The crowd at the opening ceremony. I'm somewhere
in there, I think


Our tiger threat station

Ahmad Zafir, WWF Tiger 'Expert' showing the way

This is a box.

When I was young, back then we didn't have handphones
or DVD players

Wot? What do you mean it's doesn't look like a pug mark?

I get to play with plaster of paris and dirt. Bliss

The Missus promoting the Tiger Hotline

Friday, December 14, 2007

My Adventure of Being More Bored

I got tagged. Oh well. Here goes.

#1. Name one person who made you laugh last night.
Some delusional Manc Scum on Football Crazy who said they were going to win this Sunday.

#2. What were you doing at 0800?.
Still asleep. Don’t ask.

3. What were you doing 30 minutes ago?
On the Crapper. Must be those Chicken Curry I had for dinner last night.

4. What happened to you in 2006?
Got married and is now being smug about it, especially with Lily.

5. What was the last thing you said out loud?
"Wei.. Kita nak Solat Jumaat kat maner ni.. ke nak lepak KLCC je?"

6. How many beverages did you have today?

7. What color is your hairbrush?
I do not comb my hair. I just pat them down into place.

8. What was the last thing you paid for?
A pack of Ciggies.

9. Where were you last night?
Footy Futsal in Taman Megah.

10. What color is your front door?
Grey. The anatomy of my door is Grey. Geddit? Heh. Ok. Moving on.

11. Where do you keep your change?
In my piggy bank, which does not look like a pig but is hexagon in shape with colourful cartoon characters on it. I just ignore the grammatically erroneous poems written on it.

12. What’s the weather like today?
Sunny, but I'm suspecting it is going to rain later Coleens and Rooneys later in the evening.

13. What’s the best ice-cream flavor?
Walls' Moo ice-cream. Vanilla and chocolate. So, Ok. I'm not a big ice-cream devourer.

15. Do you want to cut your hair?
Yes, I need one. It’s sticking all over the place. I look like a bad-boy. *winks at Mellyboo*

16. Are you over the age of 25?
Depend on who's asking.

17. Do you talk a lot?
No I don’t. The voices in my head do though. "You want me to what? Sharpen my Axe?"

18. Do you watch the O.C.?
Hell No. Why the frack do I want to do that?

19. Do you know anyone named Steven?
Oh, when I’m feeling blue, Stevie G runs past me

Passing the Ball with wisdom, Stevie G
Stevie G, Stevie G, Stevie G, Stevie G
Local lad turned hero, Stevie G”

Sung to the tune of "Let Her Be - Beatles"

20. Do you make up your own words?
No, the Albanian language has already been discovered.

21. Are you a jealous person?
Yes, I am. I'm jealous that Jessica Alba is back with that twat again.

22. Name a friend whose name starts with the letter ‘A’.
Alonso (Xabi.. Not Fernando)

23. Name a friend whose name starts with the letter ‘K’.
Kuyt. (Hey Lily, we have the same friend).

24. Who’s the first person on your received call list?
The Missus.

25. What does the last text message you received say?
"Sayang, balik kul bape?"

26. Do you chew on your straw?
All the time.

27. Do you have curly hair?
Yes. Depends on which part of the body though.

28. Where’s the next place you’re going to?
I think to the Crapper again. My tummy has been acting up lately.

29. Who’s the rudest person in your life
Shebby Singh. He's even more rude with that new haircut of his.

30. What was the last thing you ate?
Beskot Munchies. Swiped them off my colleague. She doesn't know it yet, and I'm not telling. Heh.

31. Will you get married in the future?
I am married now, unless you’re referring to the 3 other empty quotas available. Heh.

32. What’s the best movie you’ve seen in the past 2 weeks?
Saving Private Ryan. The best ever opening 15 minutes of any movie.

33. Is there anyone you like right now?
Mellyboo. Heh.

34. When was the last time you did the dishes?
Dishes? Whats that?

35. Are you currently depressed?
That will depend on Sunday’s result.

36. Did you cry today?
Frack.. No.

37. Why did you answer and post this?
I'm Narcisstic and I want the whole bloody world to know that I was on the Crapper today. And because Lily tagged me and if I didn't, she'd steal my hubcaps.

38. Tag 5 people who would do this survey.
Ok. Right. I’d like to tag;

Hayden Panetierre;
Jolene Blalock;
Tricia Helfer;
Eva La Rue; and
Emily Procter.

Monday, December 10, 2007

My Adventure of Being Bored

When the KL skyline looks ominously bleak, especially on a Monday morning, work is the last thing on one's mind. And the office's uber-efficient air-conditioning does not help in any way either.

But then again, a little drizzle outside won't stop an enterprising chap like me to waste away the day with some productive work. As such I surfed the net for some ideas on how best to do this. Lo' and behold, there is a website or forum to be exact on this, which just proves to you that I'm not the only slacker in the world.

Unfortunately, not all could be utilised though for a number of reasons (i.e. I still need a bloody job at the end of the day). So, from 8.30am this morning, till about 4.53pm, I have accomplished the following;

#1. Make paper airplanes and fly (more like spin and crash) them across the room.

#2. Mess about on Facebook.

#3. Make a jug of coffee and finish it on one sitting. I now blink every 10 minutes.

#4. Switch off the department's lights and make shadow puppets with my headlamp and my hands on the wall. I know know how to make an orang utan. *smug*

#5.To signal the end of a conversation, I clamped my hands over my ears and grimaced.

#6. Walked sideways to the photocopier.

#7. While riding in the elevator during lunch time, I gasped dramatically every time the doors opened.

#8. Didn't use any punctuation in all my conversations.

#9. Called I.T. helpdesk and told them that I can't seem to access any porno web sites.

#10. For an hour, referred to everyone I spoke to as "Dave".

#11. Then in the next hour, after every sentence, I said 'Mon' in a really bad Jamaican accent. As in: "Who left their original documents on the photocopier, Mon?".

#12. As often as possible, skipped rather than walked.

God, I am bored, aren't I?

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

My Adventure of Being a Couch Potato

Our reliability to a certain monopoly-based local satellite TV channel is astounding. So much so that I’m still wondering how the bloody hell we survived back in the days when all we had was the 2 main terrestrial stations. Our reliability extends to the fact that even though they’ve messed about with the channels by introducing the annoyingly confusing 3 digit channel system, we didn’t moan all that much.

Like most couch potatoes, I do have my favorite series ranging from sports, to the educational as well as to the entertainment genre. For example, it is of no surprise too see me in front of the telly when Rafa’s Redman are playing, nor is it a shock to find me hogging the idiot box when the host is about to get eaten by a 10 foot estuarine Croc. In retrospect though, my inclination towards certain series is mostly derived NOT from its gripping, suspenseful storyline but is mainly due to the hotties that appear on it.

So, in a tribute to the hotties that have made me more obsessed for the telly, here are the Top 5 Hotties whom I like to ogle at on a weekly basis but pretend that I’m engrossed with the storyline instead because I don’t want the wife to suspect.

#5. Hayden Panetierre, “Claire Bennett – Heroes”

If they haven’t already, someone should be given a medal for writing and making her wear that ridiculously short cheerleader outfit throughout the first season. Fair enough, her powers of rapid cellular regeneration are blatant plagiarism of a certain Mr. Logan, (minus the Adamantium claws and thankfully without the excess hair) but she’s a central character in which the whole series is revolves upon.

The series’ script is nothing special as we’ve seen the plot a dozen times in the comics. But Heroes is different as we get to see Hayden run around in that cheerleader outfit whilst trying to save the world.

Did I mention about her outfit?

#4. Jolene Blalock, “T’ Pol – Star Trek: Enterprise

I am not a Trekkie. Nor do I know how to speak Klingon. But I was hooked on the series simply on the basis of Seven of Nine, Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix Zero-One, often shortened to "Seven of Nine" or simply "Seven", portrayed by the insatiable Jeri Ryan, from Star Trek: Voyager.

The producer continued to employ this shameless method of boosting up their ratings by introducing T’Pol as the Sub-Commander on the USS Enterprise. Chicks with long ears are hot. It worked with Arwen in LoTR didn’t it? And it worked perfectly here too.

#3. Tricia Helfer, “Number 6 - Battlestar Galactica”

Number Six is a seductive, Cylon spy. The key word here is ‘seductive’.

In the series, she is one of the many copies of the new generation of Cylons, capable of adapting to human form and emotions, rather than the shiny metallic toasters, with the vertically flashing red lights for eyes.

Oh, Tricia Helfer used to model for Victoria’s Secret. ‘Nuff said.

#2, Eva La Rue “Natalia Boa Vista – CSI Miami

Those tree huggers have got it wrong, global warming is not a result of environmental decline. The Earth’s temperature is rising (especially in Miami) because of Eva La Rue. It is damn worth suffering through Horatio’s constant fiddling with his shades and inclination to pause at every word in a sentence.

Natalia is the latino hottie, who joined the show in Season 5 and is the team’s DNA expert, initially assigned only to work on unsolved or cold cases. What Horation didn’t know was that she was a mole for the FBI, planted in the CSI office to build a case against Horatio and his team.

However, seeing as how cool Horatio is with his shades on, she told the FBI to bugger-off and is now a permanent cast member on the series. Booyah!

#1. Emily Procter “Calleigh Dusquene – CSI Miami

Calleigh plays the southern belle with the southern charm and drawl. Although she is not drop dead gorgeous, she makes it up by being coy and demure in one moment and a total kick-ass in the other.

She is the ballistics expert for the CSI team, which means that any crime involving someone getting shot, she’ll be the one conducting the trace on the bullet slugs. Nothing is hotter than a chick who loves guns and the only girl I know who makes ballistic testing look so "hawt".

Disclaimer: Now, before any of you start to moan about why Katherine Heigl or even Jennifer Garner isn't in the list, well.. TOUGH!. I do not ..repeat... DO NOT watch either Grey's Anatomy or Alias. Period.

Monday, November 05, 2007

My Adventure of Using an Anology

Did you know that the hyena can virtually eat their entire prey or to be more exact, the carcass, as compared to other predators which can only eat about 60% of theirs. Its powderful (sic) jaws allow it to demolish and consume the normally indigestable materials such as horns, hooves and tusks of their prey.

Much like women in shoe stores. Chaos, anarchy, disarray, pandemonium and commotion all in one package. Yes, I'm making an analogy here. Or is it a simile? What then is a metaphor?

No worries though. I have another adventurious (?) opportunity for those of you who was demn lembap for the afore-mentioned event.

I did tried to lobby with the good people of WWF if one of the options could be named as 'Happy Hurnain' or 'Hurnain Hensem' but nooo.. Some people clearly lacks creativity and forward thinking. Ceh!