Friday, June 29, 2007

Ever wonder what’s your break up style?

-Tell him/her face to face and explain why do you want to break up, hoping that both can find a way to salvage the relationship

-Call him/her and also try to salvage the relationship

-Text him/her, “lets break up”

-Stop contacting him/her, hoping that he/she will finally get the message one day

-Just disappeared, can’t even bother to tell him/her why you want to break up?

Are there any other patterns?

I guess I can be number 1 or number 5. I am number 1 when the feelings are still strong; number 5 if he’s been hurting me for so long and I become totally exhausted. That’s when I have nothing left to say to him.

A piece of advice for the men; when a woman decides to leave you, very little chance that you can convince her to stay, unless you are a total new person. Women are soft hearted, so we always give in to the shortcomings in our relationships and our men. However, once we have enough and decide to take off. We don’t look back. Am I right? Or is it just me?

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Story Blog

I have started a story blog. Drop by and have a read and feel free to comment.

Please remember that my English is not PERFECT, so please don't be too harsh on the grammar.

I might have missed some spelling mistakes too.

Enjoy :)

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

I am going to have nightmare tonight!

Picture taken from

Nice Weekend

Let’s see, spent Friday night playing World of Warcraft, just felt like playing it again. Created a new character, Draenei Priest on the same server as Matt, he always wanted me to play a priest on his server :D. He is funding my character expenses at the moment, but he later told me that I have to pay him back the gold he lent me. WTF! I will deal with that later!

Then I went bed shopping on Sat afternoon; went to Ikea, Freedom and Furniture Bazaar. Found a comfy queen size bed in Furniture Bazaar selling for $599, I thought that was pretty good but I decided to go back again either on Thursday or Sat and check out other places like Bedshed before that :).

Went out to have dinner with Beorn at Panchos, Mexican food. The food was good but not really my type as they were too rich and fatty. I couldn’t finish the burrito and Beorn ate all the prawns in there. Then we went to Burswood to meet up with his friends and had a few games. Let’s just say it wasn’t my night! Sigh……. Went home, played some Warcraft then went to sleep.

Sunday morning, woke up late. Managed to get to Simon’s place on time, off we went to Sandalford in Swan Valley to celebrate SL’s birthday. The weather was perfect! Karen and I started wine tasting before everyone got there, I love their Element Late Harvest, I think I will go back and buy a few bottles before my trip to KL. I had their beef fillet for main course. The food was OK, nothing fantastic, a bit overpriced though. Look at the size of my fillet, so small! Karen immediately claimed she would need dessert (she ordered beef fillet too) hhahahahahaha

The sunglasses was put there so that you can estimate the size of the fillet. :p

We stayed from 12:30pm till 4:15pm! What a long lunch! Hahaha… too bad baby was at work, would be great if he was there. Nice place to take pictures.

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Random Stuff

It is Monday again! The weekend is always too short, especially when baby is in Perth. Though we didn’t do much together on the weekend, hahah

I am thinking of writing a book about our relationship, how a relationship is like between an Asian girl and a white Australian guy; what are the cultural differences, communication hurdles and etc. You think that will work? He probably wouldn’t like it if I make our relationship details available to the Internet audience. :p

I was talking to my manager about Perth drivers, we both agreed some people are just not meant to be drivers. I have friends whom I prefer them to be passengers because I will definitely stay away if I see their cars on the road.

Friend A: Got her license at her 5th driving test.

Friend B: Never never ever look at her speedometer when she drives o.O

Friend C: Doesn’t know her left and right

Friend D: Drove 15km with a flat tyre and didn’t know it was flat till she got down of the car

These people should really just be passengers, I am serious. They are not only risking other peoples’ lives, but theirs too

Friday, June 15, 2007

So, let’s talk about one of the controversial topics in Perth now, Adoption Rights for Gay Couple. So the big news was a gay couple in Perth adopted a child recently. Apparently they have waited 3 years for this baby.

Initially, I was really taken aback by this idea. Not that I doubt the capability of this gay couple, just that I didn’t think they would have the maternal instinct to nurture the child the way a woman can. However, I am not saying that every single woman has maternal instinct to nurture children.

I have friends who are so against that idea because they think it is ruining the traditional ‘family’ idea, ruining the convention and it may bring bad impact to the growing child; they even think that child may turn up to be another gay/lesbian. Shame of myself, I did think about this when I first heard the news but I got around it eventually.

I am extremely gay friendly myself, but I have no idea what is it like growing up with gay parents who are not my biological parents. What if the gay couple are earning million of dollars annually and can give the best to this child? The more I think about it, the more I think that whatever it is, the child’s welfare should be the top most priority, and if these two men can give her the best, I have nothing against it. As whether or not he/she will become homosexual in the future; does it matter? It doesn’t really matter to the world if we have another gay/lesbian, seriously…

Then I thought “Gosh, the child wouldn’t have a mother figure to guide him/her, there isn’t a good ‘motherly’ example” Again, later I thought, how many women can be good examples nowadays? I see mothers who smoke in front of children; smack children in public; drink alcohol everyday; abandon their newborns in public places; giving birth for the sick of single parents benefits and etc. So whether this gay couple is appropriate or not, it is really not for us to judge because we don’t even know them!

At the same time, can you imagine the pressure this couple is facing? The discrimination? For the outsiders, maybe we should live with more compassion and be less judgemental.

For all my friends out there who are still disgusted by this incident, may I ask you to sit down and really think it through, think out of the box, think for the baby’s welfare then maybe you will see an entirely different picture.

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Monday, June 11, 2007


So we went to play supagolf last long weekend. It was fun and everyoe had a great time. Enjoy the pics, pics taken by Karen and Simon :)

Matt, me, Karen & Simon - ultimate group with balls that went backward lol

The pro teaching the beginner

Looks like a pro

Where did the ball go?

Somehow I look like I was sweeping the floor

Saturday, June 09, 2007

I am not a big reader, but I do read every night before I go to sleep at night.

Last year, I came across a writer named Mitch Albom. So I read the first book I bought, One More Day, totally amazed and astonished; I went to buy the second book, Five People You Meet In Heaven, again, I was very touched by the story.

So I was determined to collect all Mitch Albom’s books, I went looking for Tuesday with Morrie, but failed, apprently it was out of stock in Perth. So when I was back in Malaysia, I went to MPH and happily found hundreds of copies.

I have to say, Tuesday with Morrie is the best book that I’ve ever read in my life. Morrie is such a wise man that he set such a tremendous example that how one should face the ultimate challenges in life.

If you are looking for a new book to read, just some light reading befor eyou go to bed, then may I suggest Tuesday with Morrie by Mitch Albom. :)

Friday, June 08, 2007

Ok, so Paris Hilton is in jail and she will be there for 45 days.

She is going to wear the clothes that makes her look like an abnormal, dehydrated pumpkin, eat food that she would never thought she had to eat coz she is on no-wheat diet and the list goes on.

So, what’s the big deal?

Everyday, I will hear updates about her prison life on the radio, what did she eat, what did she say, what did she do, how long did she cry yesterday and blab la bla. This morning was ‘Paris Hilton did not have her dinner last night, they gave her chicken burrito and she refused to eat that because she is on no-wheat diet’

For God’s sake, do these people realise how many people are dying from AIDS everyday? How many children go missing everyday? How many people dying from accidents? How many losing their homes and loved ones because of natural disasters? And they have to pay attention and care about what is Paris Hilton doing in the prison?

Come on people, get a life…….

****NB. right before I wrote this post, Paris Hilton was released from jail due to unknown medical/mental condition... Not that I wanted to know abt her jail life, but it happened to be the headline on ninemsn news.

Saturday, June 02, 2007


So I was listening to the radio, the guys were talking about how girls stuff 'chicken fillet' into their bra so that their breats look bigger.

People called in and told them the things they have tried putting into bras.

1. Shoulder Pads << ermm, should pads seem pretty inflexible

2. Rolled up socks << good one, but wouldn't the breasts look pointy?

3. Jelly << OMFG, she even mentioned that the jelly will melt and have to becareful with the dripping cordial, hahahahaha... i really couldn't stop laughing!

Really, how far would a woman go just to have bigger boobs? I want mine to look smaller, how?