Thursday, February 28, 2008

WoRr!3d...? SaD...? UndeciSiv3...? NerVous...? NO FEELING!!!!

Wok3 up around 7.30 in the morning to find daddy at home?? huh? Is there anything wrong? Why is daddy at home and not working today? Nope! I've forgotten that he's going to bring me to the EDUCATION FAIR at Civic Center. Bathed and dressed, ready to go. But before that we went for breakfast and banks to deal with some bills and enquiries.

At exactly 10.30am, we arrived Civic Center. There were 3 big school buses bringing students to visit the fair. I was thinking : "why our school never bring us to this kind of exhibition? hhmmmm". The 1st booth we approached was, TAR college. The lady-in-charge explained to us about hospitality programme. =) I'm interested. But, in my opinion, Taylor's College's hospitality programmes are always few steps above TAR's. ( The fees are also few steps higher tho ). Some of the people working at the booths explaining each courses to us, said that I should be thankful because my dad applied leave just to bring me visit this exhibition. Yes, I'm really thankful to have a nice dad and happy family. I love y'all!

My favourite course will be MUSIC courses. We visited ICOM {International College Of Music}. The girl described to us about the programme, and wow...expensive man!!! But the quality is there I guess. I even need to own a RM12 000+ laptop to do my course works. Dreaming about it makes my 'fly'.

HHmmmmm.....can any of you guys out there teach me how to make decisions to determine our paths? HELP!!!!

Afternoon-learn driving. Good comments from Mr Anthony. Anyway, I cannot really remember the steps he taught me. man man lai wad!! hehe

Night- Suddenly a friend of mine sms-ed me, asking whether SPM results out TOMORROW??? OMG!!!! My nerves, where are they? Then I tried to cool myself down by thinking about the reasons why it will not be out tomorrow.

  • Reason 1 : No newsletter about it.
  • Reason 2 : STPM results not yet out.
  • Reason 3 : no more reasons....oh no!!! so...
I don't want to think about it anymore, watch TV yea?

Conclusion: I'm not yet ready to receive my results. God Bless.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Tru3 Lov3 N3vEr Di3s!! { Pum@ x Ev!sU ar3 d Prov3s }

Last Valentine ’s Day ('06) , Japanese clothier Evisu hooked up with German sportswear giant Puma to create a premium denim line. Nearly two years later, the affair is still going strong. The latest in the Evisu Loves Puma “True Love Never Dies” line comes in a range of cuts and washes for both men and women.


PUMA® and EVISU‘s® love affair is permanently etched in color with the introduction of a sleek new line of tattooed black denim. From the affectionately titled “True Love Never Dies” series, the new jeans proclaim the commitment and love with embroidered heart “tattoos”. With authentic construction, this new black denim is the appropriate next step from a match made in heaven – cross our hearts.


As in most love stories, it’s the women who most often long for commitment and aren’t afraid to show it. She wears her heart on her sleeve – or in this case, her pocket. An embroidered heart tattoo adorns the pocket of her jeans, as she expresses her love publicly. For the men, their love is a bit more private and sometimes hidden. An embroidered dagger tattoo lines his watch pocket, and he only exposes it when the time is right. If not, he keeps the flap of his watch pocket closed, and his love burns inside of him.


Elements also unique to this love story include the tone-on-tone EVISU brushstroke logo, and a sheen coating which gives the denim a more polished, finished look. Available women’s styles include skinny leg, boot cut, straight fit and the cinch mini skirt. Men’s jeans are available in regular fit, slim fit, loose fit and boot cut.


Conclus!oN : I w@nT !t!!! [Women's Straight F!t]

Saturday, February 23, 2008


Everything that MOVES are my phobias!!!!

The ones in BLUE, are my phobias...let's see how many phobias you've got=)


Achluophobia - Fear of darkness.
Acrophobia - Fear of heights.
Agliophobia - Fear of pain.
Agoraphobia - Fear of open spaces or crowds.
Aichmophobia - Fear of needles or pointed objects.
Amaxophobia - Fear of riding in a car
Androphobia - Fear of men.
Anginophobia - Fear of angina or choking.
Anthrophobia - Fear of flowers.
Anthropophobia - Fear of people or socie
Aphenphosmphobia - Fear of being touched.
Arachnophobia - Fear of spiders.
Arithmophobia - Fear of numbers.

Astraphobia - Fear of thunder and lightening.
Ataxophobia - Fear of disorder or untidiness.
Atelophobia - Fear of imperfection.
Atychiphobia - Fear of failure.

Autophobia - Fear of being alone.


Bacteriophobia - Fear of bacteria.
Barophobia - Fear of gravity.
Bathmophobia - Fear of stairs or steep slopes.
Batrachophobia - Fear of amphibians.
Belonephobia - Fear of pins and needles.

Bibliophobia - Fear of books.
Botanophobia - Fear of plants.


Cacophobia - Fear of ugliness.
Catagelophobia - Fear of being ridiculed.
Catoptrophobia - Fear of mirrors.
Chionophobia - Fear of snow.
Chromophobia - Fear of colors.
Chronomentrophobia - Fear of clocks.

Claustrophobia - Fear of confined spaces.
Coulrophobia - Fear of clowns.

Cyberphobia - Fear of computers.
Cynophobia - Fear of dogs.


Dendrophobia - Fear of trees.
Dentophobia - Fear of dentists.
Domatophobia - Fear of houses.

Dystychiphobia - Fear of accidents.


Ecophobia - Fear of the home.
Elurophobia - Fear of cats.
Entomophobia - Fear of insects.
Ephebiphobia - Fear of teenagers.
Equinophobia - Fear of horses.


Gamophobia - Fear of marriage.
Genuphobia - Fear of knees.
Glossophobia - Fear of speaking in public.

Gynophobia - Fear of women.


Heliophobia - Fear of the sun.
Hemophobia - Fear of blood.
Herpetophobia - Fear of reptiles.
Hydrophobia - Fear of water.


Iatrophobia - Fear of doctors.
Insectophobia - Fear of insects.


Koinoniphobia - Fear of rooms.


Leukophobia - Fear of the color white.
Lilapsophobia - Fear of tornadoes and hurricanes.
Lockiophobia - Fear of childbirth.


Mageirocophobia - Fear of cooking.
Melanophobia - Fear of the color black.
Microphobia - Fear of small things.

Mysophobia - Fear of dirt and germs.


Necrophobia - Fear of death or dead things.
Noctiphobia - Fear of the night.
Nosocomephobia - Fear of hospitals.


Obesophobia - Fear of gaining weight.
Octophobia - Fear of the figure 8.
Ombrophobia - Fear of rain.
Ophidiophobia - Fear of snakes.

Ornithophobia - Fear of birds.


Papyrophobia - Fear of paper.
Pathophobia - Fear of disease.
Pedophobia - Fear of children.
Philophobia - Fear of love.
Phobophobia - Fear of phobias.
Podophobia - Fear of feet.

Porphyrophobia - Fear of the color purple.
Pteridophobia - Fear of ferns.
Pteromerhanophobia - Fear of flying.
Pyrophobia - Fear of fire.


Scolionophobia - Fear of school.
Selenophobia - Fear of the moon.
Sociophobia - Fear of social evaluation.
Somniphobia - Fear of sleep.


Tachophobia - Fear of speed.
Technophobia - Fear of technology.
Tonitrophobia - Fear of thunder.

Trypanophobia - Fear of injections.


Venustraphobia - Fear of beautiful women.
Verminophobia - Fear of germs.
Wiccaphobia - Fear of witches and witchcraft.
Xenophobia - Fear of strangers or foreigners.
Zoophobia - Fear of animals.

Actually my biggest phobia is FEAR OF THE CATERPILLARS. Do not ask me 'WHY'..hehe, I ever asked my parents why too, is it because I ever got 'attacked' by it? But they say, I don't really know the answer too.

One night when both my parents is on travelling, I sleep with only my younger brother. That is the worst dream that I've ever had. Many caterpillars were under my bed, trying to crawl up to my bed to 'attack' me. Waking up with tears and trembling body, I felt really terrible.

Now, even when I see a small caterpillar, I will run away for rescue from my mum or brother, as they are the only ones that have no fear of it (my dad has the same phobia as me). I guess maybe that's why I got this kind of phobia too.

Friday, February 22, 2008

BadMintoN-My Favor!t3 SporTs


Badminton was known in ancient times; an early form of the sport was played in ancient Greece and Egypt. In Japan, the related game Hanetsuki was played as early as the 16th century. In the west, badminton came from a game called battledore and shuttlecock, in which two or more players keep a feathered shuttlecock in the air with small racquets. The game was called "Poona" in India during the 18th century, and British Army officers stationed there took a competitive Indian version back to England in the 1860's, where it was played at country houses as an upper class amusement. Isaac Spratt, a London toy dealer, published a booklet, "Badminton Battledore - a new game" in 1860, but unfortunately no copy has survived.


To win in badminton, players need to employ a wide variety of strokes in the right situations. These range from powerful jumping smashes to delicate tumbling net returns. Often rallies finish with a smash, but setting up the smash requires subtler strokes. For example, a netshot can force the opponent to lift the shuttlecock, which gives an opportunity to smash. If the netshot is tight and tumbling, then the opponent's lift will not reach the back of the court, which makes the subsequent smash much harder to return.

Deception is also important. Expert players make the preparation for many different strokes look identical, and use slicing to deceive their opponents about the speed or direction of the stroke. If an opponent tries to anticipate the stroke, he may move in the wrong direction and may be unable to change his body momentum in time to reach the shuttlecock.


Lee Chong Wei's most well known attribute is his signature forehand cross court smashes and incredible defensive ability. His cross court shots are accomplished by using a heavy angle on his racquet head, and he plays incredible inside slices. He frequently retrieves attacking shots by diving towards the shot with an outstretched racket, then quickly recovering to his feet in time to continue the rally. Not only does he dive to keep a rally going, he also sometimes plays winners when he dives. Even Lin Dan has suffered Lee's defense on countless occasions.

Lee is also known for his smooth and efficient footwork that makes him one of the fastest singles player in the circuit. His strength in the third set (attributed to incredible fitness) and his all around deceptive and accurate strokes are also well known. In terms of his weaknesses he will sometimes make too many errors at inopportune times, get trapped at the back corners of the court, and sometimes has difficulty finishing off rallies once he has gained an advantage.

Lee Chong Wei
Personal information
Date of birth October 21, 1982 (age 25)(1982-10-21)
Place of birth Flag of Malaysia Bukit Mertajam, Penang, Malaysia
Height 1.74 m (5 ft 8+12 in)
Weight 60 kg (130 lb/9.4 st)
Men Singles
Country Flag of Malaysia Malaysia
Handedness Right
Coach Misbun Sidek

Highest Ranking 1 (August 24, 2006)
Current Ranking 2 (October 4, 2007)


Gnow Chee Wai

Personal information
Nickname(s) Sunny Gnow
Birth name 欧志伟
Date of birth October 14, 1983 (age 24)(1983-10-14)
Place of birth Template:Country data MLYPerak, Taiping province
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Weight 72 kg (160 lb/11.3 st)
Men Singles
Country Flag of the People's Republic of China China
Handedness Left

Highest Ranking 1 (February 26, 2004[1])
Current Ranking 1 (October 25, 2007)

Thursday, February 21, 2008

ICLP-The Global Loyalty Agency

This is the PIGGY that I've created few minutes ago, without thinking much, but it really shows out what am I actually. Try It Out.

Your choice of background shows that you are sensitive, romantic and honest but can sometimes have a pessimistic outlook.

The direction your pig is facing indicates you being direct and straightforward, you will not avoid confrontation when hard decisions are needed. You will play devil's advocate to ensure that all possible avenues have been explored.

The amount of detail in your pig means you are driven by emotion and find detail boring. You follow your gut feeling and can be a risk taker.

Because your pig has four legs, some may say you are stuck in your ways but actually this reflects your strong beliefs and your stubbornness in defending them.

The larger the pig's ears, the better listener you are.

The longer your pig's tail, the better your sex life – need we say more!

1st attempt

Okie, now, my first time blogging, I don't quite know about blogging actually. Anyway....
On the 12th of Jan, I worked for a week in 'Fashion Girl-Spring', with my mate, MING LEE. From there, I learnt to be polite and how is the life of salesgirls in any shops. Everyday we have to wake up at around 8am, bath, take breakfast, den go to work. In the shop, all of us salesgirls have to start tidying and dusting the clothes, arranging, cleaning, and all sorts of work we do. If there are customers, we should approach them and entertain them. We were not allowed to sit even when there was no customer in the shop, the worse part is when you meet some customers which are rude. We work from 10am-10pm, if there is any midnight sales, then we nid to extend our working time until 12am. Imagine that, standing 12-14 hrs a day. When we arrived home, we straight rest, and repeat the same routine everyday.
Since we are given commisions based on the value of clothes we sell, the other salegirls (meaning my 'colleagues') will try their best to compete with you and buly you as JUNIOR. Anyway, that was what i experienced when working in that shop. As time goes by, my 'colleagues' treated me better and we became friends, which will HELP each other. It was a great experience that I met so many people outside, and be more socialised, I learnt to be more independent too.
My music teacher, MRS LAW knew that I was working there, she offered a more relaxing job to me. Which is being an assisstant teacher to her teaching JMC students some theory in IMH. I just need to work during the weekends for few hours and the pay is far more higher than when I was working in Fashion Girl. From here, we should know that knowledge is important to everyone of us, it can determine our future. So, appreciate your 'qing chun' and do whatever you want and gain as much knowledge as you can.