Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Teacher: You don't know Maths.
Ted: You don't know my father!
Mother: David, come here.
David: Yes, mum.
Mother: You really disappoint me. Your results are getting worse.
David: But I will only get my report book tomorrow.
Mother: I know that, but I'm going Hong Kong tomorrow so I'm scolding you now.
Father: Why did you fail your Mathematics Test?
Son: On Monday, teacher said 3 + 5 = 8
Son: On Tuesday, she said 4 + 4 = 8. On Wednesday, she said 6 + 2 = 8. If she can't make up her mind, how do I know the right answer?
Girl: Do you love me?
Boy: Yes Dear.
Girl: Would you die for me?
Boy: No, mine is undying love
Man: How old is your father?
Boy: 1 year older then me
Man: How can that be?
Boy: He became a father only when I was born
Teacher: Simon, your composition on "My Dog" is exactly the same as your brother's. Did you copy his?
Simon: No, teacher. It's the same dog!
Father: Your teacher says she finds it impossible to teach you anything!
Son: That's why I say she's no good!
Teacher: Where were you born?
Student: Singapore, Sir.
Teacher: Which part?
Student: All of me, Sir.
Teacher: How come you do not comb your hair?
Ah Kow: No comb, Sir.
Teacher: Use your dad's then.
Ah Kow: No hair, Sir.
A boy came home from school with his exam results.
"What did you get?" asked his father.
"My marks are under water," said the boy.
"What do you mean 'under water'?"
" They are all below 'C' (sea) level!"
Thursday, May 24, 2007
Yeah, she won. Not Blake. I was supporting Jordin too actually and I'm sure many teenage girls must be whining over Jordin's victory.
I am officially in love with beatboxers. Not that I didn't use to like them before, but after seeing Blake's performances, well, he just reminded me of my love for beatboxers. =p
Anyone reading this can beatbox? I'll go out on a date with you if you manage to impress me with your beatboxing skills.
I'm serious. Really, I am.
Speaking of which, I was telling my friend that I wanna learn how to beatbox too and he started laughing. Then I said I wanna learn drums. And breakdance.
He cracked up hysterically. [And I know many of you reading this will do the same.]
Just you wait and see. One day, if I really can do it, then 'HAH! IN YOUR FACE!'
But of course it must come with some proper guidance. =)
While we were at that topic, we saw an article about basketball in the newspaper. So he asked if I wanna learn how to play basketball as well.
'Oh, thank God. Or not confirm you lesbian.'
Tell me what has learning all those I just mentioned above can be associated into becoming a lesbian?! Tomboy I understand la, but lesbian?
Oh well. For those who agree with my friend, just so you know, I ain't one.
Check out this dude! Hotness. Sizzlin'...psssss...*sizzling sound* LOL.
Ahhhh. I'm lovin it!
Sunday, May 20, 2007
Well, actually not the worst. Nightmares are usually scary, that's why you call them nightmares.
Back to that dream, I dreamt that the MUET results were out.
Once again, MUET stands for Malaysian University English Test for all you non-Form Sixers.
And as predictable as it is, (since it's a nightmare), I only managed to get a Band 3.
FYI, Band 1 is the lowest band while Band 6 is obviously, the highest.
The requirement to enter a local uni is obtaining a Band 3, at least.
Anyways, the irony about this dream is that I noticed that there was a grade written beside the Band 3 I supposedly got. (There is not suppose to be a grade in actual fact, just Bands.)
And the grade was an E. A big fat E. The 'E' was the one which bothered me more than the Band 3. I was pratically crying my eyeballs out.
And in order to re-take the test, you'll have to freaking pay RM200!
Thank God it was just a dream! I hope it won't come true.
Or else you'll see a repetition of this post again when my results really come out.
Friday, May 18, 2007
So after I reached home yesterday, she went, "Eh, teman me to Giant later."
Tough stuff. Dun pray-pray man.
Posing with the HUGE banner his mom made.
ChengChoo, Fiona, Kelvin.
Moving on to today, the committee of the Upper Sixers welcomed the Lower Sixers to Seafield by organizing the Orientation Day.
I'm sure we had fun ragging them. I'm not sure if they did.
We played several games and one of it required the L6's to get signatures from the U6's. But before they get our signatures, they'll have to perform a task to our liking. Till we get satisfied. Yeah man.
There was this girl who came up to me and I asked her to dance like a ballerina by just twirling one round by tipping toes.
Then she was like, 'Huh, any other challenges?'
"Okay, sing any song."
*gave me her I-don't-know-how-to look*
"Er, move your hips like Shakira."
"I think I'll just go ask another person." *walks away*
These were of course the minority of the L6's. The rest were so outgoing. Especially the guys. I'm not being sexist, it's just that the girls were too shy, I think.
I particularly liked the guy who did the beatbox when I asked him to. That was tight man. I was diggin' it yo. Oh, when I said like, I meant like as in like. Not the like type of like. If you know what I mean.
That aside, my parents are away from home! They left for the 'Land of Meows' - Kuching this morning like super early. Had to be at the Subang KTM as the meeting point at 4.30a.m. to catch their bus. Thank God my sister is on holidays so she drove them there or not I'll have to be the one doing it.
They'll be back on Sunday night. Hahaha. Made plans with Steven to go out tomorrow night. Then again, I'm so broke so I asked him if we could go anywhere which doesn't require me to spend.
The answer? Stay home la if no money. [He didn't say that. I was talking to myself. Pardon me.]
Monday, May 14, 2007
But yesterday's worship service was extraordinary. Because we had an all-male worship team leading in worship since it was Mother's Day. Awww! And guess what...?
Let me introduce to you, the oldest back up singer in Cross Power Tabernacle history. My father! He's standing at the left side. Sorry the picture's blur.
Okay, after that not much to blog about. Went for guitar class, had lunch, went home, napped.
I was then awoken by the loud voice of my mom.
The initial plan was to go to TGIF since it was Sarah's birthday as well as Mother's Day. So Sarah wanted that place. But the man of the house said No. Wah, so man! *rolls eyes* Talk about ego. He then decided to bring us to ....
Then of course must pose a bit with the birthday girl while waiting for our food.
This restaurant has a really nice ambience. The one thing that caught my eyes was this chandelier-like thing made of liquor bottles. So cute!
Hehee. Food still hasn't arrived so we did the usual while waiting.
My order! It's called the Chimichanga. It's actually a crisp fried tortilla bursting with plenty of cheese, minced chicken, topped with enchilada sauce, guacamole and sour cream.
Fiona's serving which was not filling enough for her. Hahaha..It's called Filete De Pescado. It's seasoned with a unique blend of seasoning and broiled to it's perfection. Served with baked potato, salsa, Mexican rice, beans.
Sarah's one which was also the most expensive. Prawn Fajitas. Basically, it's prawns served on a sizzling hot skillet with sautéed onions, capsicums, complimented with sour cream, salsa, guacamole, cheese, baked potato, and warm flour tortilla.
The pictures may look tempting but trust me, it's not all that good. For a moment, I felt like I was in a high class mamak stall because the food tasted just like that. Maybe Mexican food is just not my cup of
If you're also wondering how did I manage to describe the food with such precision, well, it's because I copy and pasted from the Las Carretas website. Hahahaha.
But apart from that, their service was good. Friendly bunch of waiters. =)
The family. Pretending to be contented. =)
The birthday girl, Sarah. Just turned 14 years old and already so fatt hao.
Here's a better pic. More decent and sweet lookin'. =)
Last but not least, mummy dearest!
Happy Momma's day!
Mi madre es muy caliente! [Must read with Spanish accent!]
Who can guess what that means?
My mother is sizzling hot!
HAHAHAHAHA. I Googled that up. Chun leh? =)
Monday, May 07, 2007
This is just warming up okay. So still look a bit noob.
But still not as noob as her. =)
The other sucky opponent I was talking about.
At this point, I was becoming a pro already.Muahahaha! Pictures can be deceiving. Hehehe..
Yup, so that's it for today.
Saturday, May 05, 2007
But there's not much reason to rejoice because I think I didn't do too well.
Let bygones be bygones, eh? hehe. Let's not talk about it. The word stress just appears each time I talk about studies. And my hair turns grey.
Anyways, there's this new channel in Astro. Channel 76. I'm so elated. Since when has Astro become such a genius? Channel 76 has all the entertainment news about the Hollywood celebrities for those of you who still don't know. Ha! Outdated. =p
At first Dad was the one who started watching that channel and 'introduced' it to us, but when my sisters and I got kinda hooked to it, he was saying that this channel's not good la, this and that.
'You all shouldn't watch this channel. They're like glamorizing all the Hollywood sins you know.'
*thinks to self* Whatever. *continues watching*
Was what he said worth pondering?
It's just tee-vee. Television is the source of entertainment. That's what it does, entertain us. Duh.
I don't think we're that capable to indulge in these glamarous Hollywood 'sins' even if we want to, being a nobody. Unless someone big spots us and we strike it lucky to be a somebody.
Did that line remind you of the Shark Tale movie? Heh.
Or unless you become that somebody's mistress la. That also you must have the looks first then only can talk. Lol. Shit, I'm crappin'.
Don't mind me. This is what you get when boredom strikes. =)