Friday, October 30, 2009

Test >.<


I'm having grammar editing exam tomorrow.
Reminds me of the dreaded days once upon a time ago in primary school.

"What's the difference between a VERB TENSE and a VERB FORM?"


Lets just hope i can get this done with as soon as possible and focus on what i came uni for.
And to think that i got Band 6 for my MUET and i'm the English Society President.



Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Of Kids and Drama


Let me breathe a sigh of relief first before starting this post.


Okay, i'm fine.
Just returned from Salvation Army doing some volunteer work which is teaching the kids there how to act and wow, certainly was an eye opening experience.

My senior Carolyn already warned me about how rebellious the kids can get and what was going on my mind was
"Come on, they are only small kids. How rebellious can they get in a drama practice?"

To just illustrate what we went through, we have
1.) A sleeper who literally deliver his lines sleeping
2.) The laughing duo makes jokes and forgets about their lines during acting
3.) The emo girl who is quite unhappy with her role

Its like a mutiny, except its on stage.

It's a tough job, honestly.

But well, by the end of the day, we managed to get them to sit down and share with us about their feelings regarding the drama we are teaching.

I must admit that one thing that i do like about kids is that they are honest.
Yeah, it may hurt a little but at least they are willing to share what they think and how they want to improve the whole thing.

After our discussion, things seem to be a little better and well, can say that they are more willing to cooperate with old people like me.

I realized that they are just like me only.
What matters is that how i view them,
whether they are worth teaching or not,
whether i should respect them or not.

Well, i will take this on with an open heart and also an open mind!

And for patience training experience, head for Salvation Army Drama Training.


Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Skipping Again


Gosh, i'm skipping my lectures again.
Looks like after you skipped once, you would want to skip another and another time.

Starting from tomorrow have to readjust my priorities back to lectures 1st,
co-curricular activities (CCAs) second.
Worse come to worse i'll just have to risk being kicked out of hall.

That's one thing i have to risk if i wanna get a degree out of my 4 years from this uni.
Adios, CCAs!


Monday, October 26, 2009

Sleeping Beauty


What do you do when you did not get enough sleep on Friday, Saturday and Sunday?
You skip all your classes on Monday and go for (what else?) a sleeping marathon for the whole day.

LOL. I really do not know what got into my mind until i decided to take this drastic and maybe stupid action.

Skipped 2 tutorial classes and 1 lecture in total and gotten almost 12 hours of sleep in 1 go.
Feeling much better and alert after the sleeping marathon as compared to yesterday, the day before yesterday and the day before before yesterday.

Yeah, maybe i lost some of the participation marks for tutorial.
But for me, sleep always come first before participation marks for tutorial.

I don't know bout others, but if i do not get enough sleep, i will suffer a syndrome called
which basically means i get cranky (easily angry), forgetful and blurry (not a good condition if your are a student) which basically means studying is the last thing i'm good at.

Well, since i already missed so so many classes in 1 day as compared to the months i've been here, guess i have to start studying now to make up for the lost time this morning, but maybe after 2 more hours of sleep.



Saturday, October 24, 2009

All Work and No Play


Think university is just for studying?
Think again.

For the next 48 hours i have to go without sleep for some sort of co-curricular activity filming a short film for drama club.

NUS = National University of Sai Kang (kuli) Work

And i used to hate sleeping last time.
Trying to stay up as late as i can just for fun, with my mother casing me to sleep.
How i wish the lecturers now will chase me to sleep like how my mum used to.
"Ah boy, don't stay up so late! Tomorrow still got lecture! The homework can do tomorrow!"

NUS = National University of Sleepless Nights

Guess i have to borrow sunglasses from my friend now.
Afterward can steal bones (curi tulang) while filming.


Wednesday, October 21, 2009


Checking emails is such a harrowing experience nowadays.
I'm constantly getting cursed, threatened, faced with gloomy news whenever i check my email.
Examples? Here are a few:


Take for example an email i received from a friend called A.
The subject looks innocent enough with the caption " 11 Year Old Pregnant Girl " so i decided to open it out of curiosity to see who's the lucky guy to get a 11 year old girl pregnant.

the first few sentences i see are:




And then there's this story about a girl who is killed, raped, boiled by her father in law and if you do not forward this email to at least 20 people, she will come and boil, rape and kill you tonight.
And the sentence "THIS IS NOT A JOKE!" again.



Another email is sent allegedly from Microsoft's founder, Tim Babalola and Michelle Rafflesia saying that Hotmail is running out of space and to indicate that i am using my mail,
i need to forward theirs to another 20 people to prevent my email from closing down.

Heck, i send tons of emails everyday and why cant you all check from there?



"Microsoft will pay you $245"
Bill Gates is sharing his fortune, bla bla bla and is going to give $245 for each email you sent, $243 for the email that your friends forward from your email and $241 for your friend's friends.

Doesn't this sound like a pyramid scheme to you?
Call me when Bill Gates decide you pay you k?



Oh, did i mention a huge virus coming?
Apparently this virus will attack your computer and set fire to your hard drive and make your computer emit fireworks display if you do not forward this blog post to everyone on your email contact list, your handphone contact list, your MSN contact list and of course, your Facebook contact list.

I'm not joking!
There's a very complicated programming script implanted on the HTML code of this blog post and once you viewed this line, the virus is now in your computer and there is nothing you can do about it unless you forward this to 200 people.

Oh, and the virus knows how to cast a voodoo spell too which can make you die in 24 hours and to undo the spell, you need to forward to another 200 people which makes it 400 people.

So happy forwarding this blog post then and maybe by forwarding to so many people, you won't have time to forward any other curses to me.

Have a nice day =)


Sunday, October 18, 2009

Paging for RIta Leong


I got 55/100 for my psychology test!!!
And ironically, i plan to major in it.

Judging from my current marks, i think i would better be a historian than a psychologist.
If my mum hears bout it, God knows what will happen.

And Rita, please unblock me from accessing your blog >.<
Why suddenly got 1 filter come up wan....


Tuesday, October 13, 2009



Birthday is finally over!
And there goes my HANDSOMEst day in my life as how some of my hall-er friends put it.
But still, i'm really grateful for everything my friends have done, be it from Ipoh or from Singapore.

I must admit that i really did not expect so many people to remember cause well, i myself suck at remembering dates.
It's not my fault!
It's my genes!

LOL, anyway, a big thank you again and thanks for showing me that by being myself, i still can make friends.
And yeah, i was emo the last few days not cause of some.... erm... identity crisis, to put it simple.

Identity crisis as in a way that
"Why are the people (guys esp) who do not talk more than 10 words a day are so popular?"

But relax, that's over now.
I'll just continue to be myself knowing that a clown is always needed to cheer up ma friends when the people who speak less than 10 words a day hurt them.

Wait, did i just refer to myself as a clown?
I mean a comedian... XD


Sunday, October 11, 2009

My BIGGGGG (& long.....) Thank You Note!


5 AM!
And yet i must not sleep first.
Nah, don't worry... i'm not emo-ing or doing anything related to that la.

Must first say a very important speech (bear with me, as it can get quite long, but you know la, when people get sentimental... sobs) which is, ahem,

Thanks to all my handsome buddies and pretty friends (for today only la, since you all did so much for me... lol joking joking, you people are good looking everyday) for making my birthday a blast! I'm very touched by what you all did, be it in a form of greeting in Facebook or that cake you threw in my face (i still smell cake-ish now), i sincerely appreciate what you all have done since i never consider myself as a great friend. A sincere thanks from my heart and to my friends whom i may sometimes annoy accidentally, my apologies because sometimes the sentence does not really get processed in the brain before it comes out. And i also wish to say sorry in advance to those who wished me birthday today if i ever forgot your birthday because i am never never good with dates. So in case i forgot, Happy Birthday in advance!
My personal thanks to those who remembered:-


  • Xian You
  • Jason
  • Kok Weng
  • Xian Yong
  • Jia Wei
  • Lee Yu
  • Tee Hong
  • Eunice
  • Erin
  • Vivian
  • Huang Hua
  • Pei Huang
  • Emilia
  • Shu Hui
  • Sie Wee
  • Carolyn
  • CK
p/s: Stop creating scandals for me! I'm innocent T.T


  • Weng Heng
  • Ee Hsin
  • Pui Shan
  • Sook Kuan
  • Simon
  • Jason
  • Wilsen
  • Eugene (Caused you're married to Pui Shan)
  • Yong Shung
p/s: Sorry that i cannot be with you guys so often now, but you all will always be my friends!

c.) Friends who sent a SMS
  • Anna
  • Cindy
  • Henry Ng
  • Tham Kah Chun
d.) A greeting through Facebook
  • Mary Wong
  • Joshua Ng
  • My beloved bishop (whoops)
  • Cheryl Wong
  • Michelle
  • Guan Yee
  • Aaron Oo
  • Michael Poo
  • Mun Chun
  • Sin Yi Wen
  • Shia Shuang
  • Frances Wah
  • Abbie
  • Pink Yin Kwan
  • Thanesh
  • Apek
  • Aaron Yap
  • Juneling Ng
  • Ivy Ng
  • Pei Ye
  • Pei Syuen
  • Joshua Chen
  • Janice Choong
  • Seng Chan
  • Ivan Goh
  • Yi Pin
  • Rasul
  • Huey Fen
  • Caryn
  • Shi Hao
  • Neeti
  • Debby
  • Kana
  • Hui Ping
  • Guo Jian
p/s: Though it may seem small, it is big for me! Thanks! (sorry for the copy and paste reply if you'd notice, please for give this lazy bum here)

Fuh, i hope i did not miss out anyone out there.
If i do, you're allowed to take your slipper and whack my head so that i'll remember.
But of course, must do that after my birthday... give face ma.


Friday, October 9, 2009

Salutations to the BLUR King!


If there are ever any BLUR competitions organized, i think i would win them all even without participating. Serious.
Mix that BLUR-NESS with some rotten luck, and voila,
jumping off buildings suddenly seems so tempting.

Sometimes, even me myself is amazed at my ability to forget things and the luck that follows.
Let me just start by telling you a story.

Once upon a time,
there was this BLUR but handsome boy studying in NUS.

Many people wondered how he can get into NUS, being the BLUR guy he is.
Sometimes he himself wonders too how on Earth he got into NUS compared to some of his friends that have always been smarter than him during high school days.

His ability to forget things is paramount.
I think his ability can even make it into comics if there were any ideas of a superhero defeating his enemies by simply forgetting their names.

He can forget his passport number, the course he is taking, the time of his class and he can even forget that he is taking an exam when the exam is tomorrow!

The ability however, is very choosy in things it want to forget.
Names of pretty girls, DOTA heroes or his Mafia in Facebook can never be forgotten.

One day, there was this verification exercise that is going on in BlurBadLucK-BOY's uni where "lucky" students get chosen to submit their documents to be verified by the uni.

If they fail to do so, well, you can pretty much say bye bye uni.

So, with the "luck" accompanying him, he was unfortunately chosen.
It is quite sad considering that he was never chosen for good things like lucky draw but when it comes to shitty stuff like who is going to do the dishes,
you can always count BlurBadLucK-BOY in.

Of course, being the blur guy he is,
BlurBadLucK-BOY forgot to bring his an all important MUET slip.
To top it all off,
BlurBadLucK-BOY forgot when was the last time he saw his MUET slip.
Or did he even bring it to NUS.
Or did he even take MUET.

And thus, BlurBadLucK-BOY is now languishing in front of his computer writing his last will before he is kicked out of NUS and then chooses to jump the high sea.



Sunday, October 4, 2009



I love to listen to songs when i'm emo-ing.
Gives me comfort in some sort of way.

Especially Christian songs.
Like my friend used to say,
"When the going gets tough, God gets you going."


Jesus, Lover of my soul,
Jesus, I will never let you go
You’ve taken me from the miry clay
You've set my feet upon the Rock, and now i know

I love you, I need you,
Though my world may fall, I’ll never let you go
My Saviour, my closest friend,
I will worship you until the very end

It's nice knowing there's someone who love you not for your looks, your talents, your humour but just because you are you.



Thursday, October 1, 2009

Gadoh (Especially for Malaysians)


If you are a Malaysia and are sick of the racial tensions that is created due to our government's clever system of segregation,
and if you miss the good old days where racism seem so distant away,
and want a good movie to top it all up,

Watch GADOH.

The government, as usual, have banned this film in Malaysia but you can still watch it in Youtube, just search for Gadoh.
(It will be in parts though, 10 minutes each, and the movie is 70 minutes long)

From the official website;
Gadoh is a 70-minute feature film that explores our perception of identity and challenges our hatred of the “other”.
This film is directed by Brenda Danker and Namron and produced by Big Pictures Production for KOMAS, a Malaysian human rights organisation.”
Gadoh tells a story of a group of teenagers who fought each other along racial lines; a cycle of hatred and violence further escalated by their environment and school system.
What was to be a quick resolution to improve the school’s bad image, was taken as an opportunity for one teacher who believed that real change was possible. She ropes in the help of an old friend and reluctant maverick theater activist for this arduous task.
Is there hope amidst the cycle of discrimination that surrounds us?
Watch Gadoh for their story, and what it may very well tell us about ourselves.

Its very touching and heart warming.
Another prove that we Malaysians can produce a good movie if given a chance.
(And provided if the government do not censor them, notice how all good movies are banned in Malaysia? So much of "freedom of speech")


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