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Thursday, August 31, 2006
Interstate Love Song
Interstate Love Song
by Stone Temple Pilots

waiting on a Sunday afternoon
for what I read between the lines, your lies.
feelin' like a hand in rusted shame
so do you laugh or does it cry?reply?
leavin' on a southern train
only yesterday you lied,
promises of what I seemed to be
only watched the time go by,
all of these things you said to me.
breathing is the hardest thing to do.
with all I've said and all
that's dead for you,you lied - good bye
leavin' on a southern train
only yesterday you lied
promises of what I seemed to be
only watched the time go by,
all of these things I said to you.

Interstate Love Song, originally by stone temple pilots, sung by Josh Logan of Supernova:Rockstars.

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Everybody Hurts
Last night after the make up class, I felt really sick. I went back into my room, gulped the cough syrup (man, those stuff are good). The patriotic bugs has bitten the boys from my college, the patriotic songs blaring through the chilly night. There was a Independence day celebration at the varsity's stadium, but I think that puking all over the party goers will be not a pleasant view, so I stuck at the bunk waiting for the meds to take over my body. I'm totally broke, and to my surprise my mum had give me the weekly allowance.

Now I'm at the cc, and watching Zayra Alvarez's clips. She's one cool chick, original and sexy, and oozing with sexuality from all over her pores. I actually love this particular song, and the everybody hurts form r.e.m. Do check them out. She was booted out of the Rockstar:Supernova tv show, and I hope I'll see her again...

EveryBody hurts... Zayra Alvarez

Zayra Alvarez - Lluvia De Mar .

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Wednesday, August 30, 2006
National Day!
Tonight at 12.00am Malaysian will celebrating their 49th Independence Day.

Tanah tumpahnya darahku
Rakyat hidup bersatu dan maju
Rahmat bahagia Tuhan kurniakan
Raja kita selamat bertahta

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The Mayonnaise jar
A professor stood before his philosophy class and had some items in front of him. When the class began, wordlessly, he picked up a very large & empty mayonnaise jar & proceeded to fill it with golfballs. He then asked the students if the jar was full. They agreed that it was.

So the professor then picked up a box of pebbles & poured them into the jar.He shook the jar lightly. The pebbles rolled intothe open areas between the golf balls. He then asked the students if the jarwas full. They agreed it was.

The professor next picked up a box of sand & poured it into the jar. Of course, the sand filled up everything else. He asked once more if the jar was full. The students responded with unanimous "yes."

The professor then produced two cups of coffee from under the table & poured the entire contents into the jar, effectively filling the empty space between the sand. The students laughed.

"Now," said the professor, as the laughter subsided, "I want you to recognize that this jar represents your life. The golf balls are the important things - your family, your children,your health, your friends, & your favorite passions-things that if everything else was lost & only they remained, your life would still be full. The pebbles are the other things that matter like your job, your house, & your car.The sand is everything else - the small stuff.

"If you put the sand into the jar first," hecontinued, "there is no room for the pebbles or the golf balls. The same goes for life. If you spend all your time & energy on the small stuff, you will never have room for the things that are important to you. Pay attention tothe things that are critical to your happiness. Play with your children. Take time to get medical check ups. Take your partner out to dinner.Play another 18. Therewill always be time to clean the house & fix the disposal. "Take care of the golf balls first, the things that really matter.Set your priorities. The rest is just sand.

One of the students raised her hand & inquiredwhat the coffee represented. The professor smiled."I am glad you asked. It just goes to show that no matter how full your life may seem, there's always room for a couple of cupsof coffee with a friend" :p

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Love Season.
Its been awhile since I met my friends. We all had separated our ways, some wanted to keep in touch, and some don't. Me for example, just keeping my stealth mode activated. Just keep doing my own thing and mind my own business.

Last Monday night, me and my girlfriend went to the convo carnival to grab some food. At the food stall, the TV was airing the wedding of the year, Siti Nurhaliza and Datuk K and simultaneously the face to face meeting between 2 ex-lovers Mawi and Ina. I actually didn't have any interest in those 2 couples, so I just avoid watching them altogether.

BIGGER VIEWERSHIP: The telecast of Siti's wedding overshadowed the screening of Mawi's meeting with Ina.

After sending my gf home, I hanged out at Kedai Chantek. There I met with Zack Palat and Faizul having dinner at the Ayamas shop. Zack is working at Kelantan in a construction company, and by the cash he flashing around, I think he make a good money. He asked me why I didn't come to Min's wedding, and I replied how the fuck could I know since nobody told me. Zack said that Poji tried to call me several time but failed. Damn those DIGI coverage! Min is actually my old friend. We had a row some years back and we didn't talk for 2 years eventhough we live in a same room. However we called a truce and everything's fine. He is on the good-looking side but people have difficulties understanding his speech as he slurs and occasionally 'Uh-oh". He married at his brother's house in Sentul and none of us know the girl.

The our conversation diverted to Dawood, an IndiaMuslimim friend of mine. Me and Dawood had been friends for the longest time since we were in the same secondary school. People said that Dawood had been married to a 19-years old Indian girl - by Indian I mean the country not the race. I guess Dawood marriage was pre-arranged by his family and the poor Dawood seems couldn't escape the matrimony. He then returned to Malaysia WITHOUT his wife, the same fate his father received. He is currently trying to get his aeronautical engineering licensece. Whatever it is, I pray that he's happy.

Another friend who was married was Armi and his fiancee Nuriil. Armi is my friend from the matriculation, and we had share room for some semesters. He comes from a rich family and the girls kinda all over him because of his good looks. But he had been in love with Nuriil (codename:Mia) since the orientation day. The Mia part was caused by the Mia character in the Fast and the furious movie (because Nuriil eerily looks like Mia).He now works at his own company.

Grand wedding, Armi and his Mia

The picture was so damn beautiful.

Almost porn but alas quesentitial

And Zack, when asked about his marriage with his fiancee, didn't give a straight answer. Whatever. Me? It seems that I will never marry anyone.

And my ARC friend, Aiman (or Eimang) is going to marry his long time girlfriend whatshername this September. Good luck guys.

Eimang and his soon to be wifey.

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Tuesday, August 29, 2006
Can't open my eyes
I woke up with a sore throat. I asked Amar for a cough syrup. He gave me one - a new one. After showering, I drink 2 small cups of the cough syrup. I was thinking " How drousy will I be?" And now I'm at computer lab, feeling com-fucking-pletely sleepy. I feel like fainting. I have to go. Bye Sexy (voice over: Paris hilton)

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Monday, August 28, 2006
Funny shit and cool shit

cool shit = Wentworth Miller.

Some funny shit from perezhilton.com

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A wasted weekend
Oh my god the annoying fat girl is infront of me again. Why don't she just die. Anyway, I'm kinda in a bad mood today, had a little row with Abe this morning, my mum still do not send me the money, I'm cranky and hungry, and the only good thing happened to me is Kevin Zahri replied my YM messages, which is very cool. Kevin is a celebrity health guru, whose blog is in my blogger's list.

Last Friday, I remembered that this week's class is about practicals on the bandages and First Aid kit stuff. So I went to meet Mahyar, in his new office, to get the said items. Outside it was storm like crazy. Right after I went out from Mahyar's office, I saw the whole road in front of the post office turned into like a huge pond of murky water. On my way back, the road was clogged with traffic, which I think caused by the submerged road at the Architecture bend.

I went to the class quite early, and there was nobody there. I went to the janitor's room to get the key for the class, but he said that the key was borrowed by the maintenance personnel. Then after waiting for some time (with Kidin), the tudung labuh girl game and told us that the class was cancelled by Salihin. I didn't know because I left my cellphones at Abe's. DANG IT! So as I was hungry, I walk alone to the convo carnival.

Gweneth, Gwenealth, DAMN!, Gwyneth Paltrow looks like a surfing granny

I went straight to Kedai Chantek where I found the usual monkeys hanging around. Five minutes there, and I'm feeling bored, so I followed Yati and Ijam to the center stage (they said there'll be some performance by lil kids). Since the performance was yet to start, I grab some drink at the nearest stall, where I met my girlfriend. We ended up enjoying the performance together. There was a surprise for the performance as 2 of the 7-8 years old kid fell down from the stage. It was quite a commotion. But everything is OK and the show went on as planned. I must say that the kids did put up a great show.

ROYAL AFFAIR: Tengku Amalin walking off the stage after
receiving her scroll from the Sultan of Pahang at the convocation
ceremony at IIUM in Selangor yesterday.(click
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After that, we walk around the carnival, looking something to eat. There my gf showed me my doppleganger, which I thought eerily do resemble me. Very freaky! After 3 rounds of walking around (literally) the place, all I did brought was a burger and a fried bread, and a drink. We ate at Kedai Chantek. After that I ushered my girlfriend to the bus station and I return to the shop. There, more chatting and social slutting happened and after helping closing down the shop, we went home.

On Saturday, I woke up at 8 something, and without shower, I went to the FA class, where some of the students were already there. PG wasn't there, so I started the lectures without him. As it was just practicals, it was quite easy. We had some fun with the bandages, and a girl snapped a picture of me bandaging my chest. We just laughed it off.

After the class, I went back to my room to continue my previously disturbed sleep. I woke up around 7pm, and after prayer, I went to Abe's room. I watch The Art of War and Shrek II. The next day I watch another 3 movies, Dances With Wolves, Blade II and Men in Black. This morning I watched Spirited Away. I'd watched the movie some times ago. It was about a girl, in a quest to find the elixir to undo her parents pig-mutation, had to face a weird and scary world of spirits and witchcrafts. The characters of the spirits in the movie mirrored the nightmares I had during my childhood. They're so freaky!

Tomorrow I planned to see Dr.R to once and for all face my fate. Sigh...

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vs Watford 2-1

United continued their perfect start to the Premiership season with a hard-fought win over promoted Watford at Vicarage Road.
Strikes from Mikael Silvestre and Ryan Giggs on his 600th United start were enough, but United should unquestionably have had more goals for their dominance.
On the back of Wednesday's win at Charlton, Sir Alex Ferguson started Ole Gunnar Solskjaer alongside Louis Saha upfront, with Giggs dropping back into midfield.
Michael Carrick made his full Reds debut next to Darren Fletcher, and flanked by Giggs and Cristiano Ronaldo.

There was also a defensive reshuffle, with Mikael Silvestre, John O'Shea, Rio Ferdinand and Wes Brown providing the back four.
The lofty rearguard was clearly a ploy to counteract the Hornets' aerial prowess which had served them so well in escaping the Championship last term.
Watford were deprived of on-loan United keeper Ben Foster, who was prevented from playing against his employers by Premier League rules. His place between the sticks was taken by Richard Lee.
The match pitted the Premiership's oldest manager against the youngest, with Sir Alex coming up against 35-year-old Aidy Boothroyd.
The Hornets boss had preceded the game by declaring that his side were not to show their visitors any respect and they predictably began the game in eager spirits.
Little action took place in midfield, the hosts preferring to bombard the Reds aerially. United withstood the raining balls and began to fashion their own chances.
Carrick played a short corner to Giggs, took the return pass and whipped in a far-post cross which Lee did well to turn over the crossbar.

United should have moved into the lead from the resulting corner, but Ronaldo somehow powered his diving header wide of the post from three yards.
United moved into the lead after 12 minutes, through the unlikely source of Mikael Silvestre.
Galloping up in support of Louis Saha, Mikael Silvestre suddenly found himself bearing down on goal after being released by his compatriot.
After initially shaping to cross, the full-back paused and took full advantage of his space by driving a low effort into the far corner.
Two minutes later Darren Fletcher could have doubled United's advantage, but instead scuffed a long-range effort wide rather than carry the ball towards goal.
United were dominant now, with Saha running riot. Dropping deep into the desolate midfield area to collect the ball, Watford had no idea how to deal with him.
The French striker was denied a goal on the half-hour, with his diving header brilliantly turned away by goalkeeper Lee.United were left to rue that save as Watford drew level five minutes later through Damien Francis.

The midfielder slipped below the United radar and popped up to convert Anthony Young's cross from three yards.
The home fans were clearly buoyed by their side's equaliser, and rediscovered the voice that had been silenced by Silvestre's opener.
Despite that, it was United who continued creating chances. Ryan Giggs failed to convert a couple of close range free-kicks, while Cristiano Ronaldo dragged a left-footed shot just wide from 20 yards.
Substitute Matthew Spring tested Edwin van der Sar just before half-time, heading powerfully but without sufficient direction to stretch the Dutchman.

Ronaldo and Saha both saw efforts go narrowly wide, but at the interval United were still only set to collect a solitary point.
The first meaningful action of the second-half saw Solskjaer head a Ronaldo cross wide of the far post as United continued to press.
United looked to have been let off shortly afterwards as Henderson unbelievably stabbed a deflected free-kick wide, but an offside flag negated their worries.
United's poor defending in conceding an equaliser was upstaged by Watford's own defensive suicide on 52 minutes as the Reds regained the lead.

After tangling with Fletcher, Spring sold his goalkeeper well short with a backpass. Giggs seized on the loose ball, rounded Lee and pinged a right-footed effort into the empty net.
After more good approach work from Ronaldo, Carrick tried a long-range effort but was comfortably denied by Lee.
Soon afterwards Giggs went through again, but his right-foot shot was straight at Lee, who gratefully clung onto the ball at the second attempt.
The game deteriorated into a scrappy affair as Watford blustered without any real invention, and United laboured in their pursuit of a match-clinching goal.

Lee was quick off his line to thwart substitute Ji-sung Park, on for Solskjaer, in a chase for Saha's through-ball. Overall, though, chances were at a premium for both sides in the final half-hour.
United's main ambition became repelling Watford's physical approach, but they could have killed off any nerves three minutes from time.
A great burst from Ryan Giggs saw Louis Saha put clean through, but the Frenchman's attempts to send Lee the wrong way failed, and the goalkeeper held the ball.Despite their profligacy, United held firm to notch another priceless three points and remain atop the Premiership.

Watford: Lee, Doyley, DeMerit, Shittu, Powell, Young, Francis, Mahon (Bangoura, 75) , Bouazza (Spring, 31), King, Henderson (Stewart, 65)Substitutes: Chamberlain, Mackay.
United: Van der Sar, O'Shea, Ferdinand, Brown, Silvestre, Fletcher, Carrick (Richardson, 75), Ronaldo, Giggs, Saha, Solskjaer (Park, 60).Substitutes: Kuszczak, Evra, Rossi.

Goal Scorers & Times:
WATFORD 34' D Francis

Cautions / Yellow cards: WATFORD 40' G Mahon Yellow Unsporting behaviour
MANCHESTER UNITED 79' K Richardson Yellow Dissent

Rival Watch:
Chelsea 2-0 B'burn
Arsenal 1-0 Man City (yay!)
Liverpool 2-1 Wast Ham

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Friday, August 25, 2006
5 Don'ts while sleeping
5 Don'ts while sleeping

Watches can emit a certain level of radioactivity. Though small, but if you wear your watch to bed for a long time, it might have adverse effects on your health.
Putting the phone beside your bed or anywhere near you is notencouraged. Though some of us will use phones as alarm clocks, but please put the phone as far as possible. Scientists have proved that electrical items including mobile phone and television sets emit magnetic waves when used. These waves can cause disruptions to our nervous system. Therefore if you need to put your mobile phone near you, switch it off first.
People who sleep with make up might have skin problems in the long run. Sleeping with make up will cause the skin to have difficulty in breathing and problem in perspiring. You will also need a much longer time to go into deep sleep.
Scientists in America have discovered those that wear bras for more than 12 hours have a higher risk of getting breast cancer. So go to bed without it.
You may never wake up again....

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Inner Demons
I am actually doing nothing. Just sitting in fron of the computer, typing my blog, spilling anything that across my mind. In front of me, sits a girl whom I totally hate. She's fat, ugly, loud and act like she's hot. Maybe I'm wrong to judge her, because I don't even once talk to her, but some says first impression says it all. One thing though, everytime I sit at my computer, she with the ugly face of her manage to find a seat in the computer opposite of mine, annoying the every particle of my body. If there's no more sane in me, I'll walk to her and slap her face like there's no tomorrow.

Yesterday, the hockey team had a match with Felda team. And we lost 2-1 thanks to me who conceded the 2 goals. I seems can't jive in with the defenders. And one of the Felda's took the ball in the face, and a bleeding nose later, he was sent to the varsity's clinic. After the game while having some cigarettes, suddenly there's fireworks illuminating the cold sky. It was from the convo carnival area, where the officiating ceremony was held. From what I heard, Dr.M whoe supposed to officiate the carnival did not come because (some says) the man is actually banned. I don't know whether it is true, but in recent Malaysia political movements, it's kinda logic. What I can say, what comes around goes around. Me and some of the players (Razi, Aidil, Fuad,Azizi) went to the convest to get something to eat. It was fairly packed. The food stalls was relocated at the far end of the carnival, which I think is the strategy to maximize the profit od the whole carnival, which I think again is kinda genius and sucks at the same time. The nasi goreng ayam that we ordered was salty and the drink was unable to settle my thirst. I excuse my self from the team later and went to search Kedai Chantek's convest stall. There I met Ayam and Ayam jantan (epul), The kelings (Amar and Shida), the newly crowned princess (Umi), The bald (Nazri), The expired bachelor (Eimang) and the joker (minog).

Today I opened the email and found the latepacker's egroup email about the inner turbulance between Pakcik vs Ayam. It is basically the cancelled trip to Kinabalu, where the Latepackers was asked to refund Ayam's $500 air ticket's fare (because she couldn't go at the said date) with some opposition in Pakcik side. The fight turned ugly when finger pointing taken place and old story resurfaced. I guess that's why Apul and Pakcik are no longger friends.

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vs Charlton 3-1

Goals from Darren Fletcher, Louis Saha and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gave United their second win of the season at the expense of Charlton Athletic.
The second-half strikes ruined Iain Dowie's first home game in charge of the Addicks and kept United on top of the Premiership table.
A fluid attacking performance from United could have yielded plenty more goals, and made a mockery of pre-match trepidation fuelled by the absence of Wayne Rooney and Paul Scholes.
Skipper Gary Neville was also absent, having failed to recover from his persistent calf injury in time to lead his side and forcing Sir Alex Ferguson to field a back four of Brown, Silvestre, Ferdinand and Evra.
The high-profile absence of Rooney and Scholes prompted the inclusion of Darren Fletcher and Ji-sung Park, while new signing Michael Carrick was a surprising - yet highly welcomed - face on the United bench.
Charlton themselves were hit by a suspension, with new signing Djimi Traore replaced by Jonathan Fortune in defence.
On a rain-sodden pitch and with the home contingent audibly buoyed by the absence of Rooney and Scholes, United's early game plan was to remain neat and tidy.

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink scuffed a volley well wide from outside the area, but United were content to sit back and keep their opponents at arm's length.
When it did come, in the 22nd minute, the Reds' first chance fell to Ji-sung Park, who rose well to head Wes Brown's cross powerfully wide.
Moments later the South Korean was in the thick of the action again, this time drawing a solid save from Scott Carson in the Addicks goal after the home defence went AWOL.
United were clearly in the ascendancy, and they were within a whisker of moving into the lead just two minutes later. After Ronaldo had been felled on the edge of the area by Luke Young, Ryan Giggs whipped a magnificent free-kick against the inside of Carson's near-post and watched in disbelief as the ball bounced to safety.
After a comical series of slips and scuffs from Evra, Ferdinand and finally Silvestre, Darren Ambrose's effort was deflected away for a corner. In a continuation of United's unconvincing defensive play, Silvestre escaped a penalty appeal for a lunging challenge on Hreidarsson.
The see-saw nature of the game continued, with neither side clearly on top. Cristiano Ronaldo, predictably booed throughout by the Addicks faithful, battled defiantly but provoked further derision by blazing a long-range free-kick over the bar on 35 minutes.

Giggs again came close to scoring three minutes before the interval. Having emulated his young Portuguese colleague with a fleet-footed stepover, the veteran saw his curling right-footed effort brilliantly turned away by Carson.
United's next close call had nothing to do with the intervention of the on-loan Liverpool stopper, however. Saha fed Ronaldo 20 yards out, and his unstoppable right-footed shot almost snapped the crossbar before hurtling back into play.
Ronaldo came close again before half-time, heading over the bar from Giggs' corner as United somehow went into the interval only level.Parity didn't last long after the break. After Darren Ambrose had clipped the outside of Edwin van der Sar's post with a long-range drive, United moved ahead.
Ronaldo's right-wing cross looked set to be cleared by Jonathan Fortune, but his slip presented Darren Fletcher with the ball 10 yards from goal.
The Scottish midfielder displayed remarkable assuredness in feigning to shoot twice before lashing beyond Carson for his first goal since his famous matchwinner against Chelsea last season.
Ronaldo almost had another assist on 54 minutes, but again United found themselves denied by the woodwork. Park acrobatically volleyed the ball goalwards from Ronaldo's left-wing cross and Carson was left rooted as the shot cannoned away to safety.
For all their dominance United were still only one goal to the good, and the narrow nature of their lead was underlined when Charlton were denied a penalty just after the hour.
Wes Brown's outstretched arm made the faintest of connections to a Charlton corner, but it was still enough to put Hreidarsson off his header.
Referee Chris Foy waved play on, however, and United were allowed a huge let-off.
It was a rare blip in United's dominance and they threatened again shortly afterwards, this time as Giggs' corner was headed goalwards by Saha, only for Ambrose to clear off the line.
United continued to press, but their fragile lead was exposed again as Darren Bent exchanged passes with namesake Marcus before firing wide on 72 minutes.
Carrick made his debut, replacing Ji-sung Park in the 77th minute and moving into the centre of midfield as Giggs moved out to the left wing, and within two minutes United had made the points safe.
Brown crossed from the left for Saha, whose chest control gave him time to turn and, following a mix-up in the Charlton defence, the space to hammer a low, 20-yard shot inside the far post.
It was the Frenchman's second goal in four days following his header against Fulham, and his final action of the night as he was replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Soon after his introduction, the Norwegian was denied a first goal since September 2003 as Carson lunged across an open goal to prevent Solskjaer rounding off great approach play from Carrick and Ronaldo.
Solskjaer was not to be denied his moment of glory, however, and he sidefooted powerfully home after good work from Saha down the left.
It sparked pandemonium among the United following, not only because the revered striker had ended his drought, but because they had seen a thoroughly impressive United display.
With six points from six and a goal difference of seven already, the signs are that United have heeded Sir Alex's call for a blistering start to the season.
Charlton Athletic: Carson, Young, El Karkouri, Fortune, Hreidarsson, Hughes, Holland, Faye, Ambrose, Hasselbaink (M Bent, 65), D Bent.
United: Van der Sar, Brown, Silvestre, Ferdinand, Evra, Fletcher, O'Shea, Ronaldo, Giggs (Solskjaer, 82), Saha, Park (Carrick, 77).

Goal Scorers & Times:

Cautions / Yellow cards:
CHARLTON ATHLETIC 33' H Hreidarsson Yellow Unsporting behaviour
MANCHESTER UNITED 38' W Brown Yellow Unsporting behaviour

Rival Watch:
M'brough 2-1 Chealsea

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Thursday, August 24, 2006
Just trying some new html
New Step Up movie starring Channing Tatum

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DUMFUCK BITCHES: the attack of the shoes
**the story you are about to read are fictional, any resemblance of its character is unfortunately coincidence

The tale of dumbfuck bitches continues, but with different casts. This time the fucktards in question are high maintenance kampung bitch actress Fazura and social slut (read: waaaaaaaay below Paris Hilton) Geraldine Mariana Wong. Actually it is an old story, but the recent courtroom drama, unveiled the juicy details of their skankiness.

REAL LIFE: Fazura leaving the courthouse in Kuala Lumpur after
the case was postponed to Nov 9 yesterday.

BEST FRIENDS: Wong (left) and Tan outside the courthouse
yesterday. Tan testified as the second witness in the trial.
From my speed reading, it is understood those two ho's were fighting with for a same dad's-money rich guy, Whathisname, and the fight was at skank infested Luna Bar. Whathisname was Fazura's cum source boyfriend at that time and Geraldinoassfuck was Whathisname's ex. So when the whathisname(code name:Fucktard) came in with his bitch, Geraldinotitiesfuck told her friends that she wanted to make Fazuraslutvagina jealous by rubbing and groping the fucktard. And after some curse exchanges, a series of shoveling and pushing occurred, and they was separated by other members of the sane community (what a dumb, there's no other 'galore'iest events that watching two skanks hair-pulling, bitch-slapping each other - I'm already wet). I wonder why didn't anyone record this holy matrimony in their handphones.

Post-separated, words of abuse keep flying around by profanity-vocabulary rich Geraldinoballsniffer, making Fazuraisfat came back for more action. However, Geraldinopissdrinker manage to get her cum-covered-fingers to Fartzura luscious locks and tugged it like there's no tomorrow. In defense, Wartzura wielded her deadly secret weapon, a-pasar-malam-high-heel and bled Geraldinopubiceater's face. Well that's about it. And like a year later, a suing galore happened, and everybody, like hordes of hungry vultures (including me) just waiting for more juicy cum-drenched details. Maybe, there's hot making-out lesbian act after the fight, or a threesome S&M orgy happened, or maybe they are aliens fighting to take over Malaysia by creating a ridiculous publicity stunt diversion while their comrades are preparing for an ambush, who knows.

Related news:
Fuckfight over MB's son
Witness spill the beans
Fazura loves her shoes

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The dreaded convocation day has come. Every thing about it I can accept, the sudden huge crowd people buzzing everywhere, thousands of verhicle clogging the road, obnoxious graduating ex-students, but 1 thing that bothered me most is the stalls, especially the food stall. You see, to make sure the stall in the convocation fiesta site gain the maximum attention, hence profits, the university has ordered for all college cafeteria to be closed until the fiesta is finally over, which us, the puny students has to walk an extra mile to get there, and fork out above average budget for the pricey foods, which is totally sucks. I hate huge crowds and I hate being watched while I eat. I hate being scammed to buy expensive stuff/food and I hate fighting for eating seats. I hate meeting old mates asking on my updates and I hate listening to their updates. Urghhh... I hate Convest!

Anyway, there's some cool stuff at the convocation week, like drifting competition, Merdeka endurance challenge, funfare and that's about it. It has dawned to me that somehow this years convo week will be suck (note: the IIUM convo has always been suck all these years!). The promotion had only been done a week prior to this event, there's not much headlines making events and heck there was no official website for this year's convo week. There should be much better event but there was not because of the conservative-backward-fake-Islamic-conscious IIUM students and governing body.

But I'm still hoping it turned out to be good carnival. Even shits can turned into a beneficial fertilizers.

By the way, Dr. M will officiate the convo carnival tonight.

And I had reached 100th posts. Good job to me, for spilling out my own personal agenda and secrets to the world. Blackmail me, anyone?

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Wednesday, August 23, 2006
Picture Album - click thumbnails to enlarge

The pictures of ARC's 1000th Bekelah Camping cum picnic cum family day on August 2006 @ Bekelah, Maran, Pahang.

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Dick Tracy
I had not join the team for training for almost 2 weeks, and yesterday the team summoned me for a friendly with the army team. It's not actually the army team, kinda the engineeing army team, and man, they are fast like hell. We were whipped badly. I was the goalkeeper for the first, third and fourth 25-minutes quarter. Acap played as the 2nd quarter g.k and then played as suck ass 'winger'on the final quarter. Somebody please tell him that he sucks badly, and please stick to his day job. But the player who got most of the pang is Conan, the school-boy faced/sized Royal Military College jambu boy. He was like the only junior player that night and what more comfortable way to direct all your shittalk to the lowly junior player cum slave. He get along fine, and accepting our dirty small-penis jokes well with a broad smile and occassionally self defence. After the game, I went to buy a pack of Saat cigarette with Aidil, and had my diner at Ali, where once again I met Conan (or what our coach pet-name for him, Konek). I also found Pidaq, my ex-team mate who are here for the graduation ceremony. We chat dor a couple of minutes, and I invited him to our friendly this Thursday night.

Yesterday, when I was at the Siddiq Kiosk, I overheard, a Pak Arab asking the cashier "Siti Nurhaliza khalas?" (which means, Siti Nurhaliza finished?) Haha, even the Pak Arab know about Siti. Now she is happily married to a man whom another in 3 years will turn 50, with a questioanbly functioning dick. Hope she's happy with that.

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Tuesday, August 22, 2006
Memoirs of a Shahian.
It was after recess, where all students were bloated and sleepy from the sugar rush, thanks to the school canteen. The day was really hot, as the surrounding was blindly illuminated. Next class was the Bahasa Melayu class where the school's diciplinary general was the teacher. Mr. Nasir was notoriously known for his 'Japanese bitch-slap'. He was so big, he looks like a freaking giant among us. He can easily snap your head out of your puny body with one hand, that's how I remembered how big his hand was. Once, he slapped my senior (from what I heard, he's passed away now) so hard, he was deaf in one ear. After that incident he had slowed down his bitch slapping activity.

He came in with some 30 something Bahasa work books. As usual, as a monitor I signalled the class to greet the man. Right after that, he told us to not to sit down, somewhat in an angry manner. We were told that one book was missing, and the last class that use the book was ours. The work book was actually brought using our classmates' pocket money, and we stupidly decided that we should donate the book to the school, so everybody can use it. Anyway, back to the lost book plot. The class monitor assistant, a petite Zariyah was called upon since she was the one who re-collected the books and send them to his desk like a slave. Clearly she had no idea, which infuriated more the satan-possesed Mr. Nasir. Zariyah was called stupid, and I kinda see she become smaller and smaller. Of course we were all scared.

Then he called the whole boys to make a row of line infront of the class. Oh, how we all know what we'll be getting. Then the beast start slapping us one by one, a situation which I felt better than being slapped alone. A mad rush of blood to the head. My head felt a little light, and my cheek felt somewhat warm. From the corner of my eyes, I saw some girls were crying witnessing their heroes classmates perished by the hand of the juggernaut. We took our seat and the whole surrounding sank in a deafening silence. He walked out with no one saying anything to him.

The next class was the Modern Mathematic class, where our soft-spoken kelantanese Miss. Ramlah was teaching. It was clear that everyone in the class was in no mood for learning, as we all were uncharacteristically quiet. Something wierd happened. Suddenly, a gust of guilt ridden feeling attacking me, since I'm the head of the class and I wasn't able to defend my comrades. I felt really sad, and in no time my eyes were drowning in a dam of tears. It took me all my might to hold back those tears, but the guilt that was fed to me made me unable to hold it anymore. I tried to be discreet, and the only one who saw me crying was Miss Ramlah. She somewhat get along with it, and acting like nothing happened. My tears was peculiarly flooding endlessly its like I pee through my eyes. Yeah, I know, GROSS!

The class turned cold towards Mr. Nasir the day onwards, but as time passed by we gradually warm up to him back. And a week later, Miss Ramlah asking the if the class is ok since she had a dream that she saw one of my classmate crying at a pole. Izzit me? Damn!

Budi Building.


Ilmu Building .

The trees we planted.

So, this 26/8 is the reunion of my schoolmates. I think I won't join them. My heart is heavy.

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Every Man For Himself

“Count your smiles instead of your tears; Count your courage instead of your fears.”

~ Unknown

“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

~ Maya Angelou

“The secret of Happiness is Freedom, and the secret of Freedom, Courage.”

~ Thucydides

“Everything becomes a little bit different as soon as it is spoken out loud”

~ Hermann Hesse

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