Thursday, May 26, 2005


Today's entry is especially dedicated to my favourite football club - Liverpool FC

Never mind if you lose EPL, FA... what mattter is THEY WON UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE!!!

The only word to describe this morning match - UNBELIVABLE! The Mighty Reds were down 3-0 at first half. The 53sec goal scored by AC Milan shocked everyone. Then came another 2 more goals. Everyone thoought that was it. AC Milan have secured the champions league crown, theres no way Liverpool could fight back. However, second half goals by Liverpool's talismanic captain Steven Gerrard, Vladim铆r Smicer and Xabi Alonso wiped out Milan's seemingly unassailable half-time advantage.

~Steven Gerrard - I'm so proud of him

~ Xabi Alonso, scored the third goals *quite cute right*

Three goals down at half-time, within 15 minutes of the second half Liverpool had hauled themselves back on level terms. Who could imagine that?! But my red boys did it! Such a stunning fight back! Totally stunned everyone with slience!!!

Went into 2 rounds of extra time and finally a penalty shootout. Serginho fired Milan's first penalty over before Liverpool goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek saved Andrea Pirlo's spot-kick. Dietmar Hamann and Djibril Ciss茅 nervelessly converted their spot-kicks and, although John Arne Riise's kick was blocked by Dida, Andriy Shevchenko - who scored the winner in Milan's shoot-out win against Juventus FC in the 2003 final - was denied by the Dudek to give Liverpool a famous victory.

Duduk, though I thought you were such an idiot to miss the first and third goal by AC Milan, but you saved the 3 penalty shoot out, so you are forgiven!

Liverpool - King of Europe! In taking their fifth European title, and their first for 21 years, they were awarded the trophy to keep.

Man U, Chealsea, Arsenal did have this glory at all...

Man U, you can go cry till the kingdom come cause u lost the penalty shootout on Sunday to Arsenal! So, do you have an UEFA cup to KEEP?!

*notice the word KEEP, and not won the title?*

Clariss sings~~~~
When you walk through a storm
Hold your head up high
And don't be afraid of the dark
At the end of the storm
Is a golden sky
And the sweet silver song of a lark
Walk on through the wind
Walk on through the rain
Tho' your dreams be tossed and blown
Walk on, walk on
With hope in your heart
And you'll never walk alone
You'll never walk alone

Sunday, May 22, 2005

We are all so drunk

Wen are here at mecole place for BBQ.... the food was good..the drinks were good... everone were so fucking drubk... and as now I'm writeing to u guys... I'm too were fucking drunk.... sakae... wine... deer... whisky...we drank to our heart content... so thats all folks... they r waiting for me... I'm getting so fucking drunk!!!

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Everyone is signing the contract....

As all might be aware, my dear brother will be getting married in 3 weeks time. Chop and confirm on the contract...

My gf - Adeline, will be goign through the customary wedding this Sept. So that means the Hong Kong trip that I'm dying to go during August will be cancelled. Any one like to take me to Hong Kong? Transport + Accom must be dirt cheap! I wanna spend all my $$$ on shopping.

Anyway with everyone getting married be it ROM or customary.... I think I'm hitting the mid-20s crisis as how Linda term it.... How? Not that I'm dying to get married, but why ain't I attached? By the way ideal marriage age is 28. So, logically, if you do your mathematics, you need about 3-4 yrs time or minimum 2 yrs to know the person well, whether you can take his living habits, characters, if you can get along well with his friends, parents, sibilings and relatives, isn't now the time to get attached?!

With due respect to all the male species... F the s'porean guys or maybe F my luck.... those I met after my break up with bengz were jerks! NOt that bengz was fantastic, is so we wouldn't have broken off taking into consideration my attitude and F-up temper. Is that so difficualt to meet a good nature guy?

As I read the eulogy of Dr. Wee Kim Wee, I began to ponder why loving husband all die early? As the grand-daughter realted the love Dr Wee have for Mrs. Wee, it really touches me and make me long for someone like him... minus off the beat me to dying first.

So now the question is How do you quantify a good and loving husband?

I totally agree with the common women saying literally translated as "Good guys are all others husband now" But then again, if good guys are all others husband then how do you explain when husband have affairs behind their wives back?

If Good guys = good husband = extra marital affiar? Then, Good guys = extra marital affairs? Hmmm....

Friday, May 13, 2005

Are you getting old???

Kids nowadays were so different from our time.... what childhood do they have???

According to today's regulators and bureaucrats, those of us who were kids in the 60's, 70's and early 80's probably shouldn't have survived, because our baby cots were covered with brightly coloured lead-based paint which was promptly chewed and licked. We had no childproof lids on medicine bottles, or latches on doors or cabinets and it was fine to play with pans.

When we rode our bikes, we wore no helmets, just flip-flops and fluorescent 'spokey dokey's' on our wheels

As children, we would ride in cars with no seat belts or airbags - riding in the passenger seat was a treat. We drank water from the garden hose and not from a bottle and it tasted the same. We ate chips, bread and butter pudding and drank fizzy juice with sugar in it, but we were never overweightbecause we were always outside playing.

We shared one drink with four friends, from one bottle or can and no-one actually died from this. We would spend hours building go-carts out of scraps and then went topspeed down the hill, only to find out we forgot the brakes.

After running into stinging nettles a few times, we learned to solve the problem. We would leave home in the morning and could play all day, as long as we were back before it got dark. No one was able to reach us and no one minded.

We did not have Play stations or X-Boxes, no video games at all. No 99 channels on TV, no videotape movies, no surround sound, no mobile phones, no personal computers, no DVDs, no Internet chat rooms.

We had friends - we went outside and found them. We played elastics and rounders, and sometimes that ball really hurt!

We fell out of trees, got cut, and broke bones but there were no law suits.

We had full on fist fights but no prosecution followed from other parents.

We played chap-the-door-run-away and were actually afraid of the owners catching us.

We walked to friends' homes.

We also, believe it or not, WALKED to school; we didn't rely on mummy or daddy to drive us to school, which was just round the corner.

We made up games with sticks and tennis balls. We rode bikes in packs of 7 and wore our coats by only the hood.

The idea of a parent bailing us out if we broke a law was unheard of...They actually sided with the law.

This generation has produced some of the best risk-takers and problem solvers and inventors, ever. The past 50 years have been an explosion of innovation and new ideas.

We had freedom, failure, success and responsibility, and we learned how to deal with it all.

I'm so glad I'm one of them. Are you? If so, Congratulations!

For those of you who aren't old enough, thought you might like to read about us.

This my friends, is surprisingly frightening......and it might put a smile on your face: The majority of students in universities today were born in 1986........They are called youth.

They have never heard of We are the World, We are the children and the version of Uptown Girl they know is by Westlife not Billy Joel. They have never heard of Rick Astley, Bananarama, Nena Cherry or Belinda Carlisle.

For them, there has always been only one Germany and one Vietnam.

AIDS has existed since they were born.

CD's have existed since they were born.

Michael Jackson has always been white.

To them John Travolta has always been round in shape and they can't imagine how this fat guy could be a god of dance.

They believe that Charlie's Angels and Mission Impossible are Films from last year.

They can never imagine life before computers.

They'll never have pretended to be the A Team, RedHand Gang or the Famous Five.

They'll never have applied to be on Jim'll Fix It or Why Don't You.

They can't believe a black and white television ever existed. And they will never understand how we could leave the house without a mobile phone.

Now let's check if we're getting old...

1. You understand what was written above and you smile.

2. You need to sleep more, usually until the afternoon, after a night out.

3. Your friends are getting married/already married.

4. You are always surprised to see small children playing comfortably with computers

5. When you see teenagers with mobile phones, you shake your head.

6. You remember watching Dirty Den in EastEnders the first time around

7. You meet your friends from time to time, talking about the good Old days, repeating again all the funny things you have experienced together.

Yes, you're getting old, my friend!!!

Monday, May 09, 2005

Am I turning Alchoholic?

Weekends of the past few months were plain boozing away. Recently, it've been to a stage where without booze I feell the emptiness within me. Its like something is missing and I juz didn't felt right. Counting my fingers away.... it seems like almost every Friday, I'll be at different place dinking with different group of pple... Am I leading that dream singlehood that I craved for when I was with Bengz, or am I finding some ways to numb myself? I really dunno...

It hit me hard and got me thinking when the recent bills came and all the transaction were from the drinking session. I bought myself nothing... not even a piece of clothing, a bag, an accessories, NOTHING!

Although I consider myself who can hold my own liquor... (the last time I was dead drunk was during my 17th bday) recalling back those silly things I've done when I'm out "partying" really puzzled me. Some of which I didn't even remembered, or I shocked the hell outta everyone with my behaviour and actions...

So am I or am I not????

Tuesday, May 03, 2005

I'm officially moved to 9B

Yes! From 9A to 9B.
I wonder next time if theres a kid,
will I be shifting from 9B to 8A?!!!

Confusing huh? Alright den... let me enlighten you....

My Kor is getting married this June, so I offered to exchange my room with him since my room is bigger. The negative side is that I've downgrading from a 5-door wardrobe to a 3-door wardrobe. Imagine the clothing I've to sell/give to karung-kuni *sob sob* True enuff...the wardrobe barely fit, so I bought a chest of drawers.

I threw away my old writing table which acoompanied me thru my burning midnight oil days... Now he is officially retired! RIP

I never realize how much clothes, bags, accessories, and achi-palia things were hiding from my eyes until I start digging them out from their comfy hiding place.

My new room looks neat and tidy aft all the hardwork of packing. I guess I need to start my furniture shopping to decorate my new room...