Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Love Festival : Aidiladha

last monday was hari raya aidiladha or hari raya qurban / korban (both are correct). went to tg karang, a place where u'l find almost every1 is jawanese. me? duno. im portugese persian mix. jk.
well i wud say 'balik kampung' was so interesting. yeah dun expect streamyx or shisha or movie. got paddy fields (is this d correct spelling? i mean sawah padi). so my cousin and i decided to go fishing. plus i planned to take some pics.
frankly speaking, fishing isnt my thing. they said fishing is all bout patience and passion. wtv. but yeah i did enjoy d moment. and we managed to catch ikan keli and ikat puyu. whales? ahh go watch free willy. jk.

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Love Island : Pulau Langkawi

went to Pulau Langkawi last two weeks. my close friends, belle together with her friends alya suraya. suraya brought her friends anis danial shida. and shida brought her bf allen. so we didn really know each other. and we were gonna spend 4 days together. what? owh yeah 4 days.
pulau langkawi. was awesome as always. d view. d beaches. d duty free stuffs. d local peeps. d whites. d poyo beach boys. d reggae clubs. owh really love it.
we stayed at tg malie, next to DZON duty free. ahhh next to underwater world (if u dun know where it is). rented a van for 4 days. owh quite cheap. 350 bux. and splitted into 8. around 40 plus each person had to pay. d resort oso was quite cheap. yeah budget hotel. each paid 90 for 4 days. two rooms wit two master bedrooms, tv without astro (ahhh), showeroom wit heater, aircon was damn cold.
everynite we had seafood for dinner. delicious. d only word. but had to pay quite a price. oso went to clubs and bars. d first night, enigma at aseania. emm not bad but not really good. d second nite was sunba. d best. reggae house trance rnb. just name it. d third nite, lily's bar. by d beach. fire actions by the beach boys. really entertaining.
shopping. gaaah what else do u expect. chocs. cigars. beers. wtv. all cheap. everyday i smoked cigars. felt like i was in hawaii something. yeah u can get cigars in kl but d price does matter. wit 2 bucks u can get a big, long flavored cigar. owh yeah.
ahh to many things to tell. u better go there. never regret.

Love Nightlife : From Euphoria To Bar Club

well last weekend right after my langkawi trip, a friend of mine texted me and she was like 'hey topan long time no see lets lepak'. was so tired i replied 'see how la babe'. naah u know hows d feeling after got back from vacation right.
ahhh d invitation to lepak was so tempting, knowing that some of my close friends were joining. so we went to ministry of sound, euphoria at sunway. some of them were realy want to experience d feeling of dancing on d shaking grounds.
there were reno topan raul justin nithi farah sha ain. but since nithi was still underage (his birthday is next month) so we caught into trouble. after a long discussion, we agreed to go to bar club at doraisamy.
later azam kamal and hana joined us. it was a great night out. nothing much happened. just lepak-ing and dancing. should do more often. exercise.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Love Jokes : Pick Up Line

well im sure all of u are already used to lame pick up lines like 'emm what time is now' or 'can u help me to find bla bla bla'. last week i lepaked with this cool guy named haris and his boss, jeffrey. they opened a shisha stall and serve ppl la of cos. they came to us and told dis interesting pick up line.

haris acted like a guy who wanted to hit on a random chick. and jeffrey was d chick la who else.

haris : emm xcuse me. are u a maxis user?

jeffrey : yeah.

haris : ask me why.

jeffrey : why?

haris : cos i can sense d HOTLINK between us.

dang! i laughed like hell man. seriously never heard of this b4. and i tried this trick to some of d girls that i knew, and surprisingly they said 'whow nice try topan, but uve my number already kan' gaga chilling.

p/s : if a girl were asking me like that, i will tell her 'GET A FUCKING LIFE. U SPENT TOO MUCH TIME WITH UR PHONE' kidding =)

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Love Education : UPSR Result To Determine Teaching Language

well this article is taken from Bernama. i read d newspaper today. there is about 10% of students who managed to get straight A's for their UPSR. whoa approximately 500k students sat for this exam. that means about 50k student got straight A's. not bad not bad =)
The outcome of the Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) result tomorrow would be a determining factor for the education ministry on whether to continue teaching mathematics and science subjects in English.


Deputy Education Minister Datuk Razali Ismail said today the Federal Cabinet would take the result into account, together with other factors, before making their final decision on the issue.

He was speaking at a press conference after closing an international conference, 'Indigenous Pedagogies in Diverse Cultural Contexts' here.

The 518,616 pupils who sat for the UPSR examination this year is the first group which studied mathematics and science in English in 2003.

Meanwhile, Razali said as of June, this year, the ministry had completed 2,875 out of 12,905 rural school infrastructure projects earmarked for implementation under the Ninth Malaysia Plan.

He added that another 3,080 projects were under construction.

Razali said the ministry had allocated about RM8.21 billion for the infrastructure projects which also included construction of 1,996 pre-schools in rural areas to cater to 50,000 students.

He added that about RM160 million was already allocated by the ministry to intensify educational and health programmes for the Penans and Orang Asli.



i duno why tonite i feel so empty. maybe im tired. or maybe it is just a feeling.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Love Music : Silly Lily By BunkFace

Currently im addicted to dis song. In fact i like all their songs. Bunkface is an indie band from Klang. There are four ambitious and passionate young fellas, fighting for indie scenes here. Sam, Youk, Paan and Biak. They made their first move by entering Blast Off, a reality band competition organised by Astro. Since then, they kept playing at various gigs and concerts. Enjoy!


silly lily
walking over me
like a desperation going to explain

but the nightmare
and illusions
she wont happen to believe that its on me

waiting for a sign every time she comes
its getting so unreal to
believe! that! everyday!




silly lily
walking over me
like an ordinary girl
i would ignore to pass the time

but the nightmare
and illusions
she makes everything so right
it got me going everytime

waiting for a sign everytime she comes
its getting so unreal to
believe! that! everyday!


SILLY LILY, like an impact strike on mtv
SILLY LILY, like a new beginning to believe
SILLY LILY, like an activated misery
SILLY LILY, like a rush towards the possibilities

If u want to listen more of their songs, pls visit :

Monday, November 10, 2008

Love Movie : James Bond Quantum Of Solace

james bond? naah i can oni think d word of overrated. i duno why but im quite dissappointed with dis quantum of solace movie (u can count how many times they mentioned 'quantum' in d film). d actions were great (expected kan!?) but d storyline was weak.
is james bond a superhero? nope i dun think so. so how come not even a single bullet hit any of his body parts? if ure talking bout batman or spiderman, even keluangman, dat does make sense.
well olga wasnt bad tho i think got many many more candidates are suitable to take her role. hehe u can see all heroins (is dis d correct spelling?! sory) before were smoking hot. olga was unique with her own way. gaga.
if i were to give rating to dis movie, i wud say 7 out of 10. no offense to james bonds fans, this is my personal point of view. it can be right, it can be wrong as well. but i had fun watching it =)

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Love Event : Eco Film Fest 2008

went to this event last week. located at ASWARA (next to Padang Merbok). oso got Bijou Bazar here. but was not interested. Ayie and I were there just to watch Couple performed. lepaked oso wit Wany (randomly approached her haha) and Maaz (since he had a slr camera) both were from UM. if u were asking what is d rating for d event, i will say 6 / 10. i duno why but it just was.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Love Actor : Wentworth Miller

wut do u tink bout prison break? boriiiiiing! gaga i duno why but i like d 1st season more =) but yeah for in any seasons, scofield looks smoking damn hot! *hey im not a gay anymore ya* it is just an honest compliment wei. so dun get me wrong! gaga


btw i wan to put a lil bit intro and biography of him. thanks to IMDb!






Date of Birth
2 June 1972, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England, UK

Birth Name
Wentworth Earl Miller III


6' 1" (1.85 m)

Born in England, raised in Brooklyn, New York, and a graduate of Princeton University, Wentworth Miller is a compelling and critically acclaimed young actor whose credits span both television and feature film.
Miller began his career in the industry on the other side of the camera. After graduating from college with a degree in English Literature, Miller headed to Los Angeles in the spring of 1995 to work in the development department of a small production company specializing in movies made for television. However, it wasn't long before his desire to realize the acting ambitions of his childhood became undeniable.
Within the next few years, he landed guest spots on a variety of shows including "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1997), "ER" (1994) and "Popular" (1999). He also starred in the Hallmark "mega-series" "Dinotopia" (2002/I).
Miller then segued to The Human Stain (2003), a feature film directed by Robert Benton and starring Anthony Hopkins and Nicole Kidman. A movie examining questions of race, class and identity, it featured Hopkins as an embattled college professor struggling to conceal an incredible secret, with Miller playing the same character as a young man.
Miller subsequently appeared in the movie Underworld (2003) and guest-starred on "Joan of Arcadia" (2003) and "Ghost Whisperer" (2005) before joining the cast of "Prison Break" (2005), a groundbreaking television series that's quickly become an international phenomenon. Playing a structural engineer who gets himself thrown into the same prison where his brother is on death row in order to break his brother out, Miller was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama in 2006.


Love Health : 10 Ways To Be Happier

well i was browsing thru yahoo and found this article. its all bout the 10 ways to be happier. indeed it is a good article to read. credit goes to Gretchen Rubin and feel free to visit her daily blog :

1. Don’t start with profundities

When I began my Happiness Project, I realized pretty quickly that, rather than jumping in with lengthy daily meditation or answering deep questions of self-identity, I should start with the basics, like going to sleep at a decent hour and not letting myself get too hungry. Science backs this up; these two factors have a big impact on happiness. Learn how to Get a Good Night's Sleep.

2. Do let the sun go down on anger

I had always scrupulously aired every irritation as soon as possible, to make sure I vented all bad feelings before bedtime. Studies show, however, that the notion of anger catharsis is poppycock. Expressing anger related to minor, fleeting annoyances just amplifies bad feelings, while not expressing anger often allows it to dissipate. (See 16 Ways to Manage Your Anger from Real Simple)

3. Fake it till you feel it

Feelings follow actions. If I’m feeling low, I deliberately act cheery, and I find myself actually feeling happier. If I’m feeling angry at someone, I do something thoughtful for her and my feelings toward her soften. This strategy is uncannily effective.

4. Realize that anything worth doing is worth doing badly

Challenge and novelty are key elements of happiness. The brain is stimulated by surprise, and successfully dealing with an unexpected situation gives a powerful sense of satisfaction. People who do new things — learn a game, travel to unfamiliar places — are happier than people who stick to familiar activities that they already do well. I often remind myself to “Enjoy the fun of failure” and tackle some daunting goal.

5. Don’t treat the blues with a “treat”

Often the things I choose as “treats” aren’t good for me. The pleasure lasts a minute, but then feelings of guilt and loss of control and other negative consequences deepen the lousiness of the day. While it’s easy to think, I’ll feel good after I have a few glasses of wine…a pint of ice cream…a cigarette…a new pair of jeans, it’s worth pausing to ask whether this will truly make things better.

6. Buy some happiness

Our basic psychological needs include feeling loved, secure, and good at what we do and having a sense of control. Money doesn’t automatically fill these requirements, but it sure can help. I’ve learned to look for ways to spend money to stay in closer contact with my family and friends; to promote my health; to work more efficiently; to eliminate sources of irritation and marital conflict; to support important causes; and to have enlarging experiences. For example, when my sister got married, I splurged on a better digital camera. It was expensive, but it gave me a lot of happiness bang for the buck.

7. Don’t insist on the best

There are two types of decision makers. Satisficers (yes, satisficers) make a decision once their criteria are met. When they find the hotel or the pasta sauce that has the qualities they want, they’re satisfied. Maximizers want to make the best possible decision. Even if they see a bicycle or a backpack that meets their requirements, they can’t make a decision until they’ve examined every option. Satisficers tend to be happier than maximizers. Maximizers expend more time and energy reaching decisions, and they’re often anxious about their choices. Sometimes good enough is good enough.

8. Exercise to boost energy

I knew, intellectually, that this worked, but how often have I told myself, “I’m just too tired to go to the gym”? Exercise is one of the most dependable mood-boosters. Even a 10-minute walk can brighten my outlook. Try one of these 15-Minute Workouts.

9. Stop nagging

I knew my nagging wasn’t working particularly well, but I figured that if I stopped, my husband would never do a thing around the house. Wrong. If anything, more work got done. Plus, I got a surprisingly big happiness boost from quitting nagging. I hadn’t realized how shrewish and angry I had felt as a result of speaking like that. I replaced nagging with the following persuasive tools: wordless hints (for example, leaving a new lightbulb on the counter); using just one word (saying “Milk!” instead of talking on and on); not insisting that something be done on my schedule; and, most effective of all, doing a task myself. Why did I get to set the assignments?

10. Take action

Some people assume happiness is mostly a matter of inborn temperament: You’re born an Eeyore or a Tigger, and that’s that. Although it’s true that genetics play a big role, about 40 percent of your happiness level is within your control. Taking time to reflect, and conscious steps to make your life happier, really does work. So use these tips to start your own Happiness Project. I promise it won’t take you a whole year.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Love Politics : Barrack Obama Is The New America President

ahhhh im not so into this but since u can see these stuffs in every headlines. so i just copy paste from yahoo to make sure ive an interesting source to read back =)


APTOPIX Obama 2008


His name etched in history as America's first black president, Barack Obama turned from the jubilation of victory to the sober challenge of leading a nation worried about economic crisis, two unfinished wars and global uncertainty.


Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated Republican John McCain to become the first African-American destined to sit in the Oval Office, America's 44th president. He was the first Democrat to receive more than 50 percent of the popular vote since Jimmy Carter in 1976.

Obama scored an Electoral College landslide that redrew America's political map. He won states that reliably voted Republican in presidential elections, like Indiana and Virginia, which hadn't supported the Democratic candidate in 44 years. Ohio and Florida, key to Bush's twin victories, also went for Obama, as did Pennsylvania, which McCain had deemed crucial for his election hopes.


With just 76 days until the inauguration, Obama is expected to move quickly to begin assembling a White House staff and selecting Cabinet nominees.


Campaign officials said Illinois Rep. Rahm Emanuel was the front-runner to be Obama's chief of staff. The advisers spoke on a condition of anonymity because the announcement had not yet been made.


Obama's victory was sweetened by Democratic gains in both houses of Congress. In the Senate, Democrats ousted Republicans Elizabeth Dole of North Carolina and John Sununu of New Hampshire and captured seats held by retiring GOP senators in Virginia, New Mexico and Colorado. Democrats scored big gains in the House, as well.


When Obama and running mate Joe Biden take their oath of office on Jan. 20, Democrats will control both the White House and Congress for the first time since 1994.

After the longest and costliest campaign in U.S. history, Obama was propelled to victory by voters dismayed by eight years of George W. Bush's presidency and deeply anxious about rising unemployment and home foreclosures and a battered stock market that has erased trillions of dollars of savings for Americans.


Six in 10 voters picked the economy as the most important issue facing the nation in an Associated Press exit poll. None of the other top issues — energy, Iraq, terrorism and health care — was selected by more than one in 10. Obama has promised to cut taxes for most Americans, get the United States out of Iraq and expand health care, including mandatory coverage for children.


The son of a Kenyan father and a white mother from Kansas, the 47-year-old Obama has had a startlingly rapid rise, from lawyer and community organizer to state legislator and U.S. senator, now just four years into his first term. He is the first senator elected to the White House since John F. Kennedy in 1960.

Bush planned to make a statement about the election at mid-morning Wednesday in the Rose Garden.
With most U.S. precincts tallied, the popular vote was 51.9 percent for Obama and 46.8 percent for McCain. But the count in the Electoral College was lopsided in Obama's favor over McCain — 349 to 147 as of early Wednesday, with four states still to be decided. Those were North Carolina, Georgia and Missouri.


Obama won California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia, Vermont, Washington and Wisconsin.
Almost six in 10 women supported Obama nationwide, while men leaned his way by a narrow margin, according to interviews with voters. Just over half of whites supported McCain, giving him a slim advantage in a group that Bush carried overwhelmingly in 2004.

The results of the AP survey were based on a preliminary partial sample of nearly 10,000 voters in Election Day polls and in telephone interviews over the past week for early voters.


In terms of turnout, America voted in record numbers. Preliminary projections, based on 83 percent of the country's precincts tallied, indicate that more than 131 million Americans will have voted this year, easily outdistancing 2004's 122.3 million, which had been the highest grand total of voters before. That puts the 2008 turnout rate of eligible voters around 64 percent, experts said.



Love Events : I Had Fun

hehe sowy for d late postings! was busy lately.


kami the gig





yuna ep launch at klpac





lil gathering at nandos





tony roma's makan makan





sunrise at port dickson




Love Gathering : Karaoke And Makan Makan

well last saturday we went to rasta, ttdi for berbuka puasa. actualy we wanted to give ak'ar and those yg nk fly a farewell party. so we *d organiser* thot of a gathering besar besaran.



i told fiqo 'babe d max we can get oni 20 je kot. but shud be enof la' hehe fiqo was confidently convinced me 'cmon man aku nk at least 30 org!' so we were working really hard to call everyone. owh dat nite i slept over at fiqo's *menyibuk umah org LOL*



on saturday morning, fiqo called and was telling he ondw to pick up utm dudes kt johore. bapak semangat la! and i did my part la to make sure those who live in sgor and kl to turn up. call call msg msg ym sumore and yeah worth it!.



owh yeah got a lil prob. sbb ese n d gang were shopping at mid so they wanted to berbuka puasa there. i tried realy hard to persuade them to go to rasta. semangat siap janji nk amek and anta balik. thanks to pora jugak sbb tlg racun diorg LOL!



so there were 33 people altogether there. dats including hashim yg selalu hilang, boy yg lama x nampak, and lutfi yg menyorokkan diri LOL



owh we watched how great liverpool destroyed man u! u'l never walk alone bebeh! hehe afte that we went to bukit bintang. karaoke time LOL! masing2 suara SEDAP SIKIT! haha who cares kan. dtg nk enjoy ngan kawan2 je! got dis one song if im x mistaken was LUHUR. bapak sume berdiri and nyanyi ramai2. cam nk nanges pon ada =)



thanks bros for life. see u nx time LOL