Thursday, July 30, 2009

New love

call me a pervert jerk!!
i have found the one for me..
the girl i long for

and every night i touch her before bed
owh it feels so good
when everytime she make the sound
that turns me on

my love for my new girl which is my new guitar, goes by the name Nita Santa Cruz

to really love a woman....-Bryan Adams

Sunday, July 26, 2009


I tuned in to frequency 103.6 earlier today. ERA radio, supposedly one of the most influential radio station in Malaysia.

They played a supposed to be funny snippet from the breakfast show. But i never found it funny, it was silly,horrible, stupid, rubbish and garbage.

i couldnt recall everything, but more or less the conversation between Din Beramboi and a caller was like this (it was suppose to be a debate on something)...too bad i couldnt find the snippet on the web

caller: kita perlu kerja bla bla bla bla bla

Din Beramboi: amboi bla bla bla bla bla merompak tuh pon kerja jugak bla bla bla bla

Aznil: wahahahahahahahahah

though he did say, he didnt mean to encourage such activity but as for me it is inappropriate and unethical and most of all, too silly to came out from a 40 years old man.

A perfect example of talking without brain

A fool's mind is at the mercy of his tongue and a wise man's tongue is under the control of his mind.-Ali Bin Abi Talib

Friday, July 24, 2009


The weather was cold as ice. I thought i was in Ankara but i knew i had to get over it, it had been 6 months since i left the marvelous place.

Reality check..I was in a clinic in Seremban. Family clinic, i should call it. Everybody was nervous, as i obsereved every one of them, maybe they worried they might be infected with the swine virus.

I had a magazine on my hand, like usual, in clinic, health magazine of course. While browsing through pages on how to lose my big old friend aka mister Belly, came two Bangladeshi workers with their supervisor. One of them was smiling while holding his cheek, and another one had red eyes and flu.

I should name these guys.The one holding the cheek is Nizar and the one with red eyes and flu is Zambri. Fictitious names, guys.

At the counter, the lady asked
" Mintak Passport"

And they, both of them, after digging through their wallet, with a smile they gave the passport as asked.

They gave a very long smile to the lady and was ignored.

I was giggling behind the magazine covering my face

But i know, these two men were sick.We can tell when people are sick.How can they fake the flu and red eyes? And the other one was having tooth ache. How can he fake the swallow on the left cheek

To see the doctor, they had to wait
Not many people left
another two or three patients

And suddenly the supervisor said
" X payah jumpa doc la, ambil ubat saja, balik tido x payah kerja, hari hujan"

At that time, seriously, i felt like choking the man.

The two Bangladeshi, was still smiling, but i could feel, deep down inside, the frustration, i felt it.

Come on, if we are sick, we have to see the doctor, if we can rely everything on drugs than why bother having doctor around.

I just dont understand, what bothered the man to take Nizar and Zambri to the doctor. It is not like he is paying the bill. The company is paying.

We are human, we have our ups and downs. The way we treat people shows us how we will be treated back and how we want to be treated.


It is shameful to admit, the person without heart is a Malay and a Muslim too.

And i wont be suprise if one day, we would really fall

Even The great Ottomam empire which lasted hundreds of years could fall...

52 years of independent....we are still colonised by our own culture and mentality...

Time to think out of the box, time to be creative, Time to rise...

1st thing first

learn the word respect

Having said all the blablablublu, i need to continue studying......

SMALLl changes in attitude will contribute to BIG success - anon

Wednesday, July 22, 2009


I was in London,
the labour on the construction sites were are all white, fluorescent,
with rugged jeans, beard and muscles

I was in Beijing
They were preparing for Olympic games,
The stadium was still in the making,
Constructions everywhere,
and those working were all yellow

I was in Ankara
and the weather was freezing cold
and yet i saw a construction going
and those involved were pure Turks

I was in Solo
They were reconstructing Prambanan(maybe fix it or whatever)
and i saw Indonesians working at the site

I am in Kuala Lumpur
I see the Bulatan Tun Razak's Construction
and i see Bangladeshis and Indonesians working their ass and sweat

While Malaysian, they cuss and curse in the bottleneck jam,

Hatred does not cease by hatred, but only by love. This is the eternal rule -Buddha

Sunday, July 5, 2009


Money is the sixth sense that satisfies the other five senses. The more money you have, the more problem will occur. As for me, i know this is true.

Some people strive very hard for lots of money, to ensure they could provide their family with food, basic needs and to live in comfort

But why work hard when in the end, with lots of money, you'll end up in misery?

more money=big house=maintenance prob=more furniture=broken furniture=new furniture=antiques=broken/damage antiques=more money

cant you see it?more money more problem

more money=beautiful wife=cute children=kidnap=ransom=more money


more money=beautiful wife=beautiful girlfriend=divorce=new wife=divorce=hugh hefner

for the record, i wont mind being hugh hefner(correct me if i got the wrong name)

This week's lesson, more money more problem, that's why in the end, we have to think and be very rational...

Money is the sixth sense that satisfies the other five senses- Anon

Saturday, July 4, 2009


1. It has been almost a month since the last time i heard anything from her,not even a single hello or hye, even a frigging goodbye.

2. For the last one month i have been suffering, a lot, for my mistakes and for what i have done.
To want something more that i could ever get is my biggest and greatest mistakes.
And for something to be more, i should have put much more effort in it. History wont repeat itself ever again, we'll see each other again, EXAM.

3. For the last one month, i dont eat properly as humans should. It's either i dont eat or turn myself into a glutton.

4. For the last one month, i have been wondering about my future, searching for answers, and making the right decision.

5. For the last one month, i have been terrorized by a beautiful angel, in my dreams

6. For the last one month, regret is the word i said to myself everyday. Regret for not being a good son, a trustworthy friend to a perfect lady friend, a good student, and a devoted muslim.
And yet, as i speak of regret for not being a good muslim, i still sin.

7. For the last one month, i have grown a love hate relationship with flowers.


All i seek is a second chance.

No more games, I'ma change what you call rage
Tear this motherfucking roof off like 2 dogs caged -Lose Yourself, Eminem

Wednesday, July 1, 2009


I have been all over the world, traveling, and of course all over Malaysia except for Sabah which I know I will someday, definitly, maybe? and for whatever reason, I wish, I will.Sigh.

But, nothing beats the thought of being home.It is where I belong.The language, dialect and the people are all related to me in so many ways.

I bet all the trees along the road know me very well. The street lights along Senawang to Seremban know me better than my close friends. I have been seeing them almost all my life.

Seremban is a perfect town to raise a kid and start a family. Even me, i have the thought of settling down in Seremban. But, If i want to raise a kid without having to start a family, of course i would have to stay in Kuala Lumpur. A sin city. City with opportunity, in every aspects of life.

In Seremban, we do have skyscrapers, which is Menara MAA and CIMB building. Actually, we don't need tall buildings. Too much lands and spaces to be occupied. Though the CIMB building is only less than 10 storeys tall, it is considered as among the tallest. MAA has about 15 to 16 floors.
( wild guessing)

We do have our own Dataran Merdeka. A large and spacious field with our Jalur Gemilang in the centre.We call it Padang MPS. In Kuala Lumpur, what do they have in front of the field? Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad right? Here in Seremban we have the MPS building, a very beautiful town management office with fountains everywhere.

A question.
Where can you find two big lakes in the same town?
The answer is, Seremban.
We have a lake garden, much more beautiful and amazing than Tasik Permaisuri and Tasik Titiwangsa. And plus, we have a bird park in it.
And the other lake is in the middle of the crowded city, surrounded by Dataran Seremban, Wisma UMNO, Carlton Hotel, Ruby Karaoke Lounge, KM Plaza, Terminal 1, and Courts Mammoth. Purposely, they constructed the lake for the pleasure of the indigenious local people, and of course to spark an aww and oooo and wow from the mouth of the outsiders. Maybe in two hundred years time, it will be acknowledged as among the Seven Wonders of The World.

Mind you, those seductive attractions are not even 1 percent of Seremban. There are more. Those backpackers and those planning for a trip, visit Seremban and gain weight while staying here. Just like I did.

Men love their country, not because it is great, but because it is their own.-Seneca