Sunday, August 31, 2008

Who Cares What You Think?

Sometimes, critics are just sucks. I hate it, really hate it when those people labeled someone as whatever they want. They must have seen their own reflection in others and thus, make such an arguable impediment of those criteria. Well, that's human. And that's what we should live with.

I went out with my girlfriend the other day. Missed her so much!!!!

It's The CTIS Class Again...

It another boring CTIS class on Monday... Everybody is sleeping...

Poor Ustaz Mus... We tried to respond to his lecture, but I think some of us failed to do so...

Well, at least we tried...

Something Might Goes Wrong Here...

Simple! People who have been tagged must write their answers on their blogs and continue this game by sending it to other people.
Part 1.

1. Are you allowed to have a BF/GF?
Frankly, yes. As long as I stick to the boundaries.

2. Describe yourself in one sentence.
The man on the street with dreams and hope.

3. Who would you pick? The one who you really love or the one who really loves you?
Neither. Because I believe that there's a person who I really love and really loves me.
4. Have you ever loved someone BEFORE but never had the courage to tell?
Time and time again. But it never occur in the last 6 years.
5. Does it feel good to love someone special?
Yes, in my experience, it does. Go and try it yourself!
6. God is giving u just 5 more minutes before going back to heaven, IF you love someone special what will you say to that person?
Focus on your life, concentrate on your afterlife. I'll wait you in heaven.
7. What will you say to someone who doesn't want to believe you?
"You will regret this. I promise."
8. Was ever a time that you tried to learn to love someone?
I never try to love someone, there is no need for that.
9. What's your opinion about someone who's jealous?
Great. When they were jealous on you, that means you're better!
10.What can you say about playboys/playgirls?
They will one day regret all their doings. For sure.

Part 2

1. Best place to cry?
I just don't cry.
2. Who do you love the most?
It’s supposed to be Allah, Prophet Muhammad, and who’s next?
My mother, my mother, my mother. And then my father. only then comes my girlfriend.
3. Tell us your dream last night?
Last night I sleep at 4. So find out yourself.
4. Ever hated someone so bad?
Sometimes... Well, truth hurts.
5. The biggest & most hurtful lie you heard?
That Islam is all about terrorism. When does these people will start to ponder?
6. The last person you hang out with?
My girlfriend. I spent 12 hours with her yesterday.

7. Went to the movies with?
My girlfriend. Used to go there with my family, but you know, things change.
8. Talked on the cell phone with?
My father. He called me just now.

9. You yelled at?
Myself when I failed to answer the Precalculus question.
10.In the last week have you kissed someone?
My parent's hands.
11.Danced crazy?
I never dance. I hate choreography.
12.Think of the last time you were angry, why were you angry?
My apology. Nothing about that that I can recall.
13.If you could do anything OR wish anything, what would it be?
Jamming. Just jamming.
14.If you could have an all expense paid trip, where will you go?
Subang Jaya. My girlfriend lives there.
15.Would you or have you ever blackmailed someone?
Not yet. Maybe soon.

16.Are you old fashioned?
I don't know. I'm not a fashion victim.
17.What would be harder for you, to tell someone you love them or that you do not?
Easier for me to tell them I do not. Sympathy is only for looser.

18.What is the hardest thing for you to give up on?
Nothing. Not yet.

Friday, August 29, 2008

The Story in GLENDALE@INTEC!!!

She is not the paragon... But at least she was so nice to us!!!
At least... But I think we Glendalians was too bad on her..
Isn't she sweet? Hehehehe.. Too lovely...
The next best thing is our SAT Preparation lecturer...
I like to introduce.... Ms. Mira!!!
She was also a very sweet person, as far as we know her...
The back row doesn't mind to be silent in her class,
because she was tooooooooo nice!

Such A Lovely Holiday...

I went back to Johor last holiday...

And guess what, we have a very good time there...

I spend my first few holiday staying at my granpa's house at batu pahat, and we helped him to clear up the house, just like a Gotong Royong Perdana!!!

I even put a flag on the roof for our oncoming National Day...

After a tiring morning, we went to the BP Mall and the Summit BP to do some shopping... 

Its good to play some bowlings with the family!!! 

Friday, August 15, 2008

Here I go again...

It was another exhausting Wednesday that I have successfully gone through this week. As I slept at almost 2 in the morning the night before, I woke up at about 6.30 the next morning. It was hectic, it’s really hectic. Having my breakfast in the bus, on my way to INTEC, I arrived at almost half past 7. The reading class started at 8, up to 10 o’clock. I was sleepy like hell. It goes up that way all the way until the evening. Should I mention that I hate Wednesday very much? Well, I do in fact. How bad it could be? I need to bring my thick and heavy Precalculus textbook and the enormous USMT ring file. Not to forget, my sweater. I hate to say it but, all these thing makes me wonder if it worth the effort. Just trying not to be so pessimistic about all these, but sometimes just thinking about the present makes me see the reflection of the future. I had just done reading the book ‘Red Dust’ by Gillian Slovo, and at my first sight, it was a very difficult book to read. However, the way Slovo presented the plot and the verdict does build up the reader’s curiosity. He did a very good job in grabbing the reader’s attention. Yesterday, my lecturer mentioned about the novel by Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code. Seriously, I almost forgot about the plot of that book. However, I admit that I do miss Brown’s writings. I hope she (my lecturer, Ms Farhana) also read the other Brown’s novel such as the Deception Point and the Angels and Demons. Those materials are my favorite books. I could read it for hours without stopping even for nature calls. I think I have spoken enough about books. Now, I shall start scribbling about my life around here. The band was not doing so well, I think we lack of integration among the members. I really hate it when people boast about their ability just because somebody asked for their favor. He shall get paid, sufficiently for what he said. The class was as happening as usual, we never shut up. The studies were a lot tougher, becoming more and more complicated by days. The cognition process forced us to work tirelessly to prepare ourselves for the final exam……

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Finally, in INTEC I’ve Been…

Wow… It has been a while since I last updated my blog. A month of hectic and unofficial affairs that had kept me busy. It had been two weeks already of my life in INTEC. Shall I describe this place as a perfect and conducive place to study? I will tell you how it felt to be an INTEC student after this. First of all, my first time of being in Shah Alam. We departed from Kuantan in the afternoon, and the car was really hot. We arrived at Putrajaya about 8 o’clock and stayed there for an hour. Later on, we continue our journey to Shah Alam. About 10 o’clock, we arrived at my uncle’s sister-in-law flat house in Seksyen 6. Here comes the best part, my uncle was out to meet his former band, and they are planning to jam in Klang, and the most important thing is I tag along. We arrived at the studio about 12 o’clock in the middle of the night. On that very night, I experienced something that I never thought I could ever see in my life. A very professional live bands, The Anarooka, jamming in an old studio with the best underground performers ever. Not to forget, I also had experienced playing an Ibanez electric guitar which cost about RM8000 each. It was once used by Joe Wings. The next day, I registered in INTEC. Something that I had never expected. My room is on the fifth floor, and to make it worst, the apartment building has no lift. So that’s mean that I have to climb the stairs all to way to the fifth floor in order to reach my room. My room is consisted of 6 people. Guess what? Another surprise that had really surprised me. From all six people in the room, three of them was an ASiSian. It was really a coincidence.

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