Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Happy New Year

What? 2009 is coming? Let's leave 2008 behind. Start rolling the red carpet and get ready to give a warm welcome to 2009! This is getting better! Too bad I'm far far away and not celebrating with my amigos in Brunei. I am expecting a really good change and not the same old boring stuff. In fact, I enjoyed this year. People change and they don't stay the same, right? All the memories you guys have had framed in your minds like photographs, keep it. I'll see you guys in the near future! Cheeros!


Yippee ki-yay!

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Day 14th

I'm tired. Today and tomorrow is the last day for us. I guess this is goodbye, India.

Yippee ki-yay!

You know you are Bruneian :)

I just checked my e-mail and I got this from Nurul. Hahaha. They're true, no?

1. You 'miss call' instead of calling or sending sms.

2. You always say "kapih ku.. bila terima/keluar gaji/overtime/elaun ah?"

3. You park your car as close as possible to your destination area.

4. You speak Malaysia if you meet Malaysian, speak Indonesia if you meet Indonesian.. and so on.

5. You are asked to go to a "meeting" but actually you will only be "listening".

6. You go to someone's wedding, you give money using an envelope and put your name on it or if you think you don't give enough you use
a blank envelope.

7. Indo mee is your staple food and Ayamku is your fastfood.

8. The term 'balik kampung' is almost not applicable.. since you can 'balik kampung' everyday.

9. Motorcyles and bicycles are not your transport, they are your sport.

10. When you see local tv camera around you during the day, then at night you will watch local news... and hoping to see yourself on television.

11. You drive your car on wavy and potholed road.

12. You receive official news faster by mean of "mouth" than by "written".

13. You like electronic products from Japan.

14. If you have the chance to call a radio show and before you are asked to hang-up, you say 'boleh minta putarkan lagu?'

15. You are in BIG debts and refuse to pay the lenders and yet still drive a CLK and live in a mansion.

16. You wear baju kurung with large katoks and maniks all over.

17. You are loud and speak in melandih way.

18. You and the whole family have the same car plate numbers.

19. You spend your $$$$$ on your wedding even though you are broke.

20. You become Akademi Fantasia fanatics.

21. You know most of the people here - "eh si anak si anu eh saudara si blabla".

22. You drive to the shop next door even though the shop is only 100 meters away (except maybe in Kampung Ayer).

23. Every year, since the 80s until last year, you don't want not to miss HM's Birthday Titah (because you are hoping that HM will increase
your salary).

24. When you want to get some service from the government agencies, you will find your saudara first.

25. If something goes wrong, you will say that one of the datos, pehins is your relative (or at least they know you).

26. You cannot live without Brudirect's HYS.

27. You give you children super long name.

28. You rush to a new shopping mall just to beat everybody else even though it's just another Hua Ho.

29. You wave your hand while driving to other drivers that you know.

30. You are able to pay (or not) for one or two amahs who are most likely an Indonesian or a Filipino.

31. You are ok to be fat.

32. You are a busy body with other peoples' news, especially the bad ones, and you think your responsibility is to know and to spread it

33. Your friends get married on the same day and you don't know who to go to.

34. You like to stare at phones for 24 hours and chat on MSN.

35. You say "Mun paham bisai" (this needs no further explaination) .

36. You have to wear 'cool' attire everywhere, even on holidays.

37. You add "BUI" on each sentence.

38. You think exercising, being hyper active, competition are for little kids.

39. You can't type or spell properly properly, example "hw r u? hy my nme s si org brnui"

40. You add "me & you" on your converstations with your girl mates.

41. You listen to Pelangi FM.

42. You think fake Von Dutch products are the best.

43. You are especially racist to Indian workers.

44. You would rather go to shopping malls than hanging out at parks, having a picnic with your friends.

45. You have 'candas' in your house.

46. You read this blogsite because all your friends are reading it and you don't want to be left behind.

47. You rush to get a $99 handphone not caring about the limited features coz you think anything cheap is a bargain.

48. You have two handphones - one for DST and the other for BMobile (for one month and then switch off one or the other).

49. You always try to runding the policemen who caught you speeding.

Monday, December 29, 2008

Happy Birthdays to (3)

Happy Birthday to Memet!
Happy Birthday to Ka Ina!
Happy Birthday to Nadya!

Enjoy your birthday, guys!

The Rise of HPIGO?

[The history of HPIGO is still in progress of making.]

HPIGO's animated.

HPIGO's Anthem:

We are HPIGO, we own, we battle, we brawl!
You mess just a little bit with us, you mess with us all!
We back our faithful teammates up when they're in combat,
We'll make you suffer like what we did to the alley cats
If you wanna win it, you better win it fast
Or we'll conquer the game and kick yo silly ass!

Sunday, December 28, 2008

Happy 17th Birthday Nick!

Happy 17th Birthday Nicholaus Downs!

One more year to go and you're able to do anything, brah. Take care and I'll see you soon.

Bush attacked! o.0

George Bush dodges shoes which were thrown by an Iraqi reporter on December 14.

New show! A classic!

I want to tell you about my new show I'm developing. It's a cross between Ripley's Believe It or Not, Step by Step, Gomer Pyle and The Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. What's it called? Believe or not, I stepped in a pile of poo! :D HAHAHA!

Saturday, December 27, 2008

Day 13

I've been laughing my head off lately watching " Whose Line Is It Anyway ". Hahaha! I know it's an old TV show but it sure still is funny as hell!


Each typical television episode of Whose Line Is It Anyway? featured four performers who sit in a line of chairs at the back of the stage. The host sat at a desk facing the large performance area in front of the performers. The host introduced each performer with a joke or pun, usually all related on a common theme or topic.

The remainder of the show was made up of games that are ostensibly scored by the host, who declared arbitrary point values after the game, often citing a humorous reason for his decision. The style of the games were varied. Some featured all four performers, while others featured fewer. The performers who were not involved in a game remained in their seats at the back of the stage. Humorous banter between the host and the performers between games was also sometimes featured.

At the conclusion of each episode, a winner or several winners were chosen arbitrarily by the host. The "prize" for winning on the British version of the show was to read the credits in a certain style, chosen by the host, as they scrolled. On the American series, the "prize" was either to play a game with the host, or to sit out while the other performers did. After this game, credits simply rolled under the show's theme as the cast bantered off-microphone. Later in the series, the credit-reading, usually including all of the performers, was added following the "prize" game.

Each episode was edited from a longer recording session (though the games themselves were usually left uncut), each of which was typically cut to create at least two episodes. In addition, both versions of the show featured compilation episodes which compiled unaired bloopers and entire games that were cut from other sessions. The host would specially tape special segments for these programs to introduce the various clips. Each series of the UK version featured two compilations per season, while the US version featured them only occasionally.

In the UK, the Dave Channel has shown the UK series since the channel launched in October 2007. Originally the channel only aired episodes from the 1993-1996 series. However in April 2008 the channel began to show the first series originally aired in 1988, followed by the second series and continued to show all the series leading up to the 1997 series being broadcast in late summer of 2008 on Dave. On Friday 24th October 2008 at 7.30pm, Dave first showed the first episode of the 1998 series which were recorded in Hollywood. The UK episodes shown on the Dave Channel are re-edited versions with most strong language bleeped, removed potentially offensive content and commercial breaks included in different parts compared to the original broadcasts. Currently Dave are showing the 1998 series in a double bill slot from 7:00 pm on Friday evenings.

My favorite comedians are Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles.
L to R : Ryan, Colin.

Day 12

I've been going round asking the youngest one in their family lately. As you can see, I'm the eldest in my family and I don't know exactly what does it feel like being the youngest. Is it exciting? Is it boring? Here are some information about on how does it feel being the youngest from the "youngsters" I've asked :)

Aiman Aziz Abdullah (14) :
Being the youngest in the family, you can be hopeless, useless and clueless. When you make any opinion, they don't accept it cuz they think I'm wrong and the elder is right. When you're going out, you have to home by your curfew but our sister/brother don't. They can be home at anytime. The elder comes first and the younger comes second. Sometimes they ignore you for no reason. But you can be spoiler sometimes. Always make things go wrong but sometimes you can be right.

Syaza Adibah (11) :
It’s not all fun being the youngest. Siblings, cousins and a few other of my relatives bully me a lot. Just because I’m the youngest they think I’m hopeless. Rightt, so, what I’m trying to say is that, as the youngest child I get tortured a lot. Sometimes, whatever wrong doings I do, I could sometimes get away with it. And the parents blame my sisters instead. So then, they get mad whatsoever, and they either torture or kill me. Sometimes I even wished I never was the youngest because of the responses I get. I get all lonely cause my elder sisters don’t really want to spend time with me because they’re afraid they might do something wrong and they think I might complain to my parents. So, what I feel as the youngest? I feel lonely and ungrateful.

Hamidi Halidi (16) :
Boring atu saja :D Selalu kalah jua. Awu banar and abang ku selalu kalau ia ada chores suruh nya aku buat. Awu seriously. Boring pasal abang ku selalu kalau ia ada chores suruh nya aku buat AND misti mengalah. Atu saja. Banar. Atau abang ku kadang kadang kana suruh ambil barang, suruhnya aku.

Michelle Low Jia Yee (15) :
Being the youngest in the family feels great. I mean not too good but not too bad. Sometimes I just wished I had a little brother or sister who makes me feel like a big responsible sis to them or maybe even pick on them sometimes =P Overall, I like being 'manja' as the youngest in the family.

Rahim Abdullah (?) :
its coool dudeee hahaa atu sjaaa . peace

That's just about the youngsters I've questioned so far. If you're the youngest in the family and you want your answer up there, mail me or just simply leave a message in the chatbox. Thank you.

Yippee ki-yay!

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Day 11

I've no mood to blog about today but it was a tiring day indeed.

Yippee ki-yay!


Enjoy your XMAS, my friends :)

When I'm Gone - Eminem :)

Have you ever loved someone so much, you'd give an arm for?

Not the expression, no, literally give an arm for?
When they know they're your heart
And you know you were their armour
And you will destroy anyone who would try to harm 'her
But what happens when karma, turns right around and bites you?
And everything you stand for, turns on you, despite you?
What happens when you become the main source of her pain?
"Daddy look what I made", Dad's gotta go catch a plane
"Daddy where's Mommy? I can't find Mommy where is she?"
I don't know go play Hailie, baby, your Daddy's busy
Daddy's writing a song, this song ain't gonna write itself
I'll give you one underdog then you gotta swing by yourself
Then turn right around in that song and tell her you love her
And put hands on her mother, who's a spitting image of her
That's Slim Shady, yeah baby, Slim Shady's crazy
Shady made me, but tonight Shady's rocka-by-baby...

And when I'm gone, just carry on, don't mourn
Rejoice every time you hear the sound of my voice
Just know that I'm looking down on you smiling
And I didn't feel a thing, So baby don't feel no pain
Just smile back
And when I'm gone, just carry on, don't mourn
Rejoice every time you hear the sound of my voice
Just know that I'm looking down on you smiling
And I didn't feel a thing, So baby don't feel no pain
Just smile back...

I keep having this dream, I'm pushin' Hailie on the swing
She keeps screaming, she don't want me to sing
"You're making Mommy cry, why? Why is Mommy crying?"
Baby, Daddy ain't leaving no more, "Daddy you're lying
"You always say that, you always say this is the last time
"But you ain't leaving no more, Daddy you're mine"
She's piling boxes in front of the door trying to block it
"Daddy please, Daddy don't leave, Daddy - no stop it!"
Goes in her pocket, pulls out a tiny necklace locket
It's got a picture, "this'll keep you safe Daddy, take it withcha'"
I look up, it's just me standing in the mirror
These fuckin' walls must be talking, cuz man I can hear 'em
They're saying "You've got one more chance to do right" - and it's tonight
Now go out there and show that you love 'em before it's too late
And just as I go to walk out of my bedroom door
It's turns to a stage, they're gone, and this spotlight is on
And I'm singing...

Sixty thousand people, all jumping out their seat
The curtain closes, they're throwing roses at my feet
I take a bow and thank you all for coming out
They're screaming so loud, I take one last look at the crowd
I glance down, I don't believe what I'm seeing
"Daddy it's me, help Mommy, her wrists are bleeding,"
But baby we're in Sweden, how did you get to Sweden?
"I followed you Daddy, you told me that you weren't leavin'
"You lied to me Dad, and now you make Mommy sad
"And I bought you this coin, it says 'Number One Dad'
"That's all I wanted, I just want to give you this coin
"I get the point - fine, me and Mommy are going"
But baby wait, "it's too late Dad, you made the choice
"Now go out there and show 'em that you love 'em more than us"
That's what they want, they want you Marshall, they keep.. screamin' your name
It's no wonder you can't go to sleep, just take another pill
Yeah, I bet you you will. You rap about it, yeah, word, k-keep it real
I hear applause, all this time I couldn't see
How could it be, that the curtain is closing on me
I turn around, find a gun on the ground, cock it
Put it to my brain and scream "die Shady" and pop it
The sky darkens, my life flashes, the plane that I was supposed to be on crashes and burns to ashes
That's when I wake up, alarm clock's ringin', there's birds singin'
It's Spring and Hailie's outside swinging, I walk right up to Kim and kiss her
Tell her I miss her, Hailie just smiles and winks at her little sister
Almost as if to say..

This song is dedicated to Fadhli :) I know you dig this song, yo! Hahaha.

Yippee ki-yay!

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Day 10

Once again, I'm bored. Can anybody provide me with a joyful conversation? I would appreciate it if someone does. Thanks.

Yippee ki-yay!

Ghajini (2008)

All right, I'm seeing this everywhere now. Adverts from Facebook, TV etc. This film is going to be released tomorrow, 25th December. Looks interesting.

Information From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Ghajini (Hindi: ग़ज़नीن), is a 2008 Bollywood film directed by A. R. Murugadoss and produced under the Geetha Arts banner by Allu Aravind. The film was a remake of its Tamil namesake, Ghajini, which was also directed by Muragadoss.

The film is a romantic action thriller that explores the life of a once-rich businessman who suffers from anterograde amnesia following a violent encounter. With the aid of polaroid images an permanant tattoos on his torso, the businessman single-handedly tries to avenge the murder of his vivacious model girlfriend, Kalpana, who was killed shortly before he was also attacked leading to his diagnosis of amnesia.

On December 23, the Madras High Court stayed the world wide release of the movie after a suit filed by A. Chandrasekaran, the producer of the original Tamil film of the same name. The film, upon release, garnered positive reviews praising the performances of the lead pair.

Sanjay Singhania (Aamir Khan), is a rich businessman who owns a cellular phone company named Air Voice. Kalpana (Asin Thottumkal), an advertisement model goes around telling her advertisement crew that she is the love interest of Sanjay, in spite of her having never met him and also goes to the extent of giving an interview about her relationship to a popular magazine. Sanjay happens to hear about this through the media and wants to settle scores with her. On his way, he catches a fleeting glimpse of a young woman (who happens to be Kalpana) helping handicapped children cross a street. It is love at first sight for Sanjay. He moves on to confront Kalpana at her advertisement studio. He is pleasantly surprised to realize that she is the same helpful woman he saw a while ago. He chooses to hide the fact from her that he is Sanjay, calling himself as Manohar. Kalpana eventually falls in love with him.

Once, while on a train to Mumbai, Kalpana saves a group of young girls from abuse by a group of goons led by Lakshman (Pradeep Rawat). After a few days, the same goons come to Kalpana's house in order to avenge their embarrassment. Incidentally, Sanjay arrives at the scene and fights off the goons, but during the ensuing fight, Kalpana is murdered. The irony showcased is that Kalpana never finds out that he is Sanjay. Lakshman then strikes the downcast Sanjay on his head severely with a metal rod. Sanjay survives the blow, but acquires anterograde amnesia because of the trauma of his brain injury. At any given time, he does not remember anything that happened more than 15 minutes back, although he frequently has flashbacks of Kalpana's murder. He determines to take revenge on those responsible for Kalpana's death. The rest of the story is about how Sanjay, along with a medical college student Sunita (Jiah Khan), goes about finding Lakshman and the goons.

In the Tamil version of Ghajini, Sanjay finds the murderer and completes his revenge by killing him, thus experiencing joy for the first time in years. This ending is altered in the Hindi version.

Wow. Maybe I should watch it :) Cheers!

Yippee ki-yay!

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Christmas humor. Enjoy!

Day 9

Nothing new today :/ I miss the people in Brunei.

Sharing is caring. Caring is loving. Loving is fucking. Fucking is sharing. Sharing is infecting. Infecting is killing. Killing is dying. Dying is suffering. Suffering is a warning.

Anyone wants to add in more? ;)

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Last updated: Tuesday, December 23. 4:41 AM


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Day 8

I had a webcam conversation with Zully and Fizah earlier on today and..

a late night conversation with Zully again.

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