Wednesday, August 22, 2018

It's 22nd Aug 2018!

And this blog has been dead for this long!

Hello all!

Saturday, September 29, 2012

food for thought

how many people do you know are brave enough to say this: 

"I love what I have right now."

somehow i am really happy for him. and envious too.

i suppose it's high time for us (at least me) to learn to be constantly thankful of what i have now and live thankfully. 

i love what i have right now.

Friday, September 28, 2012


'perhaps love is like a resting place, a shelter from the storm. it exists to give you comfort, it is there to keep you warm. and in those times of trouble, when you are most alone, the memory of love will bring you home.'


Tuesday, September 25, 2012

farewell n.0

there, that moment again.

this is seriously getting harder and harder.

goodbye all.

Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Blood donation

I had extra blood in my body (lol) so I decided that donating blood is good for health. Started looking for blood donation drives close by home but found none.

Then my brilliant brain (lol lol) said that why not just walk in to any government hospitals and for sure there will be some sort of blood bank that will accept blood donations. The brilliant brain too was thinking what will happen to all the blood that are donated to private hospitals? Sold back to people?

I had to find out the hard way the following fact:

In Kuala Lumpur at least there are only 2 platforms to donate your precious blood

1. Go directly to Pusat Darah Negara (google location)
2. Wait for blood drives (official calender here) organized by PDN and some "dai sam je".

Don't forget to bring your little red book too for your own reference and theirs. ;)

Happy donating people! Help save lives!

Friday, January 06, 2012

Kuala Lumpur..

Oh there this overwhelming feeling again. Back to work pretty soon. 

Monday, January 02, 2012

Seasons Greetings

Happy New Year all. It's 2012 already. Time definitely flies but let's all "PIAAAAA" towards another greater new year. :)

Thursday, December 15, 2011

DIY bean bag

So the house finally bought a bean bag. Due to exxagerated prices, we huffed and puffed and found some online hints stating that making the bean bag yourselves can save heaps of cash. And so we did. We manage to get everything off Jusco Maluri but I bought the last bags of beans (they call it styrofoam beads). Loads of bags still there though.

DIY bean bag:

1. The bean bag: MYR 49.90.
(Size wise, it is quite huge considering after putting my huge ass I still can have armrests. 

2. Beans (styrofoam beads): 2 packs in 1 @ MYR 11.90. 
According to the promoter (or glamour a bit sales executive lah, she said 5 packs will be just nice but it depends on how you like your ass to be seated. At that time, there were only 4 packs left so we grabbed all and swore to come back to get another 1 or 2 packs. lol). I really do need the 1 or 2 packs now because ze bag zes znot beanie enough!

So all you have to do is just funnel them beads into the bag. As easy as that. 

(And spray some perfume on it because the styrofoam smells like crap).

(it really does like like a piece of shit this one right?) 

Wahlah, a huge ass place just for you, at around 50% of the prices sold online. 

Total paid for a nice ass place: MYR 109.40.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Malaysian Certificate of Good Conduct

Feb 2014 update.

Applications now are done online and will require a minimum of 1 month to be processed. Please do give them a call for more information. 

All the best.

There, this update is as of 12th December 2011 to apply for a Certificate of Good Conduct in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Feel free to google. lol. I've been hustling and bustling around the internet to find nothing much. Actually, is quite explanatory but let me summarize:  

1. Go to, register and fill up the Certificate of Good Conduct form. Print two copies. 
2. Two passport sized pictures.
3. Print the declaration form (two copies) from the website and get it stamped by the Commisioner of Oath. 
4. Two copies of passport (endorsed by the receptionist in the ministry). 
5. Two copies of I/C (endorsed by the receptionist in the ministry). 
6. MYR 20 for application. MYR 4 for each Commisioner of Oath stamp. 

Tip #1: There is a commisioner of oath in the Palace of Justice 5 minutes drive from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs building, Putrajaya.
Tip #2: There is a computer (with internet) and a printer in the reception area (but don't count on it, it's free). 
Tip #3: Lunch time: 1230-1400 Malaysian time, if you know what I mean.
Tip #4: Dress appropriately; no hot pants, short skirts, sleeveless and shorts.
Tip #5: You'll only get a number once all your documents are compiled. 
Tip #6: There's free wifi! Now that's something you don't see often! 
Tip #7: Be patient. It's government service. *wink*

Wisma Putra, 
No 1, Jalan Wisma Putra, 
Precint 2, 62602 PUTRAJAYA

GPS coordinates: 2.926449,101.692709

Phone: +603-8887 4000, +603-8887 4570 (after working hours) 
Fax: 603-8889 1717, 603-8889 2816  

Tuesday, November 08, 2011


hello new header!

p/s: interesting dynamic templates blogger. hmm. tempting!

and oh, hello disneyland! :D