7/29/2005 12:34:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
It must be a thankful week for me this week as I reminisce all the things in life that I am grateful for. Ms. Ellie, also a fellow-blogger mailed me asking me about the not-so-recent tsunami which thrashed part of Penang and asked me how it was because I left a comment in her box when she related that she had experienced some tremors in her home a few days back.
Thinking back to that fateful day, everything seemed fine. It was the day after Christmas, and my family and I were preparing to have a Christmas lunch get-together with our family. That morning, I even attended mass but was oblivious to what had happened in Sri Lanka & Sumatera. After mass, everyone was busy helping out in the kitchen, getting the food & drinks ready for our guests. It was such a hot day that day and suprisingly, there was NO breeze at all either. Thank goodness that didn't put a damper on the Xmas mood.
After lunch, when everyone had quieten down and becoming more lazy after filling them tum-tum, we watched a family VCD my uncle had painstakingly put together. It was AWESOME!! It had loads of OLD pictures from the past and you could see how geeky & nerdy most of my uncles and aunties looked like in those days. My mum, was without a doubt, the prettiest among the lot. :D And my dad - hah! None of my uncles can challenge him. Humph! *Thumbs up!!* SO handsome and TALL! *GRIN* After the show, I went outside to get a drink when the winds started to blow SO strongly, for no reason (or so I thought). It certainly suprised me because just an hour or so ago, it was SO HOT and no breeze AT ALL. Nothing crossed my mind but I was thankful that at least it wouldn't be too hot anymore.
People started going back by 4.30pm and by the time everyone left, we were dead tired and with the weather so hot, all of us cramped up in my middle room, switched on the air con and fell asleep. My man called me up about 6pm and I was still asleep then. He sounded so worried when he asked me if I was alright. I answered groggily that I was and why shouldn't I be worried and then he told me that his mum had watched on TV that a tsunami had hit part of Asia and Malaysia was in the line of destructionm being so close to Sumatera and all. I actually LAUGHED at him and said how is it possible that MALAYSIA of all the places would be affected?? I mean, come on....such things don't happen to Malaysia, please la, right? RIGHT??
Obviously, I was dead wrong. I didn't bother about his call and assured everyone at home was fine. It was until I saw the news that NIGHT, that I realise how bad we had been hit. However, the joke of it all was that other countries had the news so much earlier than we did. I only heard about it on the 8.30pm news!!! I really dont understand how that happened. Anyway, I was stunned. Parts of Penang, including Gurney Drive right up to Batu Feringghi were affected (if I am not wrong). I was worried for my friends but thankful that everyone one I knew, including my family and I were fine. We didn't feel anything. But a friend of mine mentioned that she felt slight 'vibrations' beneath her feet during mass. She didn't realise that it was tremors. NO ONE realise it was tremors. She thought that it was her nephew shaking his legs and ended up scolding him and asking him to behave as he was in church. Poor kid got scolding for no reason. It was only after the continuous tremors and she staring at him, that he finally answered in a smll voice saying that he wasnt doing anything. She was a bit suprised but like me, pushed any ridiculous thoughts away.
I know I will never know what it was like having to experience such a traumatic event happening to me, my familiar or my home. And I hope that I don't either. The trail of destruction left behind was horrible. The loss of the lives of loved one, homes and so much more, is too much for my mind to comprehend. Although it has been more than 6 months since this horrific even took place, I'm sure it will not be erased from the minds of the victims and those who were direct or indirectly involved in the whole affair.
Although I did not experience any tremors, I had a smallt panic attack while in Gold Coast. The waves there are HUGE and the people love it! But for me, that one particular HUGE wave I saw coming at me, had me rooted to the ground. I don't know WHAT or WHY that sense of panic attacked me but it was enough to get me out of the water and safely plant myself at a safe distance. My man was curious as to why I was acting funny at the beach seeing that it was a beautiful day and the water as great, but when I told him, he just kept quiet. I guess he understood. While seated by the water's edge and watching the waves lap at my feet, I kept thinking about how those people must have felt when they saw that gigantic wave coming at them and knowing that all that effort put into running away from the wave couldn't possibly save them and knowing that no amount of strength in their arms would be sufficient to swim against the current and bring them to safety - it must have been horrific! And here I am being afraid of this 'small' wave, I felt stupid after that, I really did.
I am really thankful that my family and I did not suffer at all but my compassion and prayers go out to all those who had survived the incident. I'm sure they are having a VERY tough time coming to terms with the loss of loved ones and home.
I am thankful...I am blessed.
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My beloved sis sent me this in the mail this morning (Yeah, I know. I get LOADS of stuff in mail box that if i dont clear it out - whatever Yahoo is offering for free now ain't gonna be enough for moi!) You have heard this a few times but not with my comments, right? :D
1. On the average, 12 newborns will be given tothe wrong parents daily. *Reminds my of that SP case but that was baby-nap.
2. A raisin dropped in a glass of fresh champagnewill bounce up and down continuously from thebottom of the glass to the top. *If I'm bored enough, I'll sit down and count how many times the raisin can bob up and down like that within an hour. Might even do a thesis on that.
3. Chocolate kills dogs! True, chocolate affects adog's heart and nervous system. A few ounces is enough to kill a small sized dog. *My dogs eat everthing from dragon heart fruit to garlic, what could chocolate possibly do to them??? O right.....run amok n destroy my garden. YUP, that sound's about right.
4. Because metal was scarce, the Oscars given outduring World War II were made of wood. *I hope they didn't have as much white ants as I do at home, or they'd be crying their eyes out!! :p
5. There are no clocks in Las Vegas gambling casinos. *Wonder if its the same in Genting? - Reminds self to check it out next time.
6. The original name for the butterfly was "flutterby"! *Come my lady, Come come my lady, You're my flutterfly, Sugar baby.....
7. Dentists recommend that a toothbrush be kept at least six feet away from a toilet to avoid air borne particles resulting from the flush. *Damn.... - runs away to measure distance
8. The first owner of the Marlboro company died of lung cancer. *Why is it I'm not suprised?
9. Marilyn Monroe had six toes on one foot. *Ugghhhh...she's a freak show runaway!!!! Arrrrrgggghhhhhh!!!
10. Adolf Hitler's mother seriously considered having an abortion but was talked out of it by her doctor. *Someone should have shot that doctor when he said that. Sigh.
11. To escape the grip of a crocodile's jaws, prick your fingers into its eyeballs. It will let you go instantly. *Hmm.... - takes note and reminds self to send info to the Croc Hunter
12. The most common name in the world is Mohammed. *And I bet at one time, 'Osama' reigned numero uno, right?
13. The "pound" (#) key on your keyboard is calledan octothorp. *Octo-what????
14. Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated. *Hmm.....what abt OTHER rubber? :D
15. "Dreamt" is the only word in the English language that ends in "mt". *What about 'prompt'?
16. European women didn't wear underwear until the1900's. *I bet men were a LOT happier then.
17. 315 entries in Webster's 1996 Dictionary were misspelled. *Now we know why 'prompt' didn't exist!! - Shakes head
18. We shed 40 pounds of skin a lifetime. *ONLY 40????
19. When a person shakes their head from side to side, he is saying "yes" in Sri Lanka. *And as in any other Indian community too.
20. It's against the law in Iceland to have a dog. *Well, hot pee does help melt the ice, don't it?
There you have it, boys and girls - you have been EDUCATED. Go forth and spread the knowledge!
|W|P|112261122136294138|W|P|Useless facts you don't need to know BUT now do.|W|P|7/29/2005 07:00:00 PM|W|P|Blogger 5xmom ~chanlilian.net~|W|P|pssst...go learn ad filters? It makes a big difference.7/30/2005 09:01:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|"Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated. *Hmm.....what abt OTHER rubber?"

erm... i think it'll be very COOL indeed when its slipped on but i doubt it'll be better la. i kinda reckon it'll lose its elasticity so that aint good. hehe...

well u cud alwiz try it out and let us all noe how it went... :)7/30/2005 09:01:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|5xmom : ya....need to go do that, SO irrelavant!!! haiyoo...7/30/2005 09:03:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|shan : hahahaha!!!! i wish i cud help u out with that but i got no reason to even think of it. ;p7/28/2005 01:27:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
As I make my usual pit stop by Lilian's blog, her post on single mum's really caught my eye. She mentions about how ignorant she is about the usual monthly payments and even going to the ATMs to withdraw money and what got me thinking about my Mummy is that she was in that exact position some 10 years ago. Yes, I can't believe how fast time flies and its already been a decade since Daddy passed away in 1995. I was only 16 going on 17 then. (Looks like the cat's out of the bag!!)
I remember it so clearly. How everything in my life changed, just like it happened yesterday. It was a hot afternoon on 14/2/1995. I was getting ready for tuition and Daddy was taking his bath and getting ready to take me to class. Suddenly, we heard a groan and stuff dropping in the bathroom! Daddy managed to open the door but he looked awful. He was pale and he was groaning in pain. We didn't know what happened but from the looks of the mess on the floor, we figured out that he fell down. Mummy managed to get him out of the toilet and sat him on the bed. It was the first time in my 16 years of living that I saw my Daddy cry. Not because he was sad, because he was in pain and he was holding on to Mummy, sobbing. Mummy's was trying to calm him down and I, of course panicked when she asked me to call the ambulans. Everything suddenly turn into a blur at that point, because I never dreamt that I would be in this situation and then I forgot what number to dial to get to the hospital. I just dialed 999 and got the message through. Meanwhile, Mummy was still with Daddy, comforting him - trying to get him not to exert himself. She suspected that he had a mild stroke and after the ambulance came to take him away and admitted him, we found out why.
Daddy loves currry. Any curry - mutton curry, chicken curry, beef curry, anything curried was his favourite, his appetizer. The day before, he had attended a good friend's daughter's wedding and he had whacked the curries like no one's business. He knew that he has high blood pressure and high cholesterol but he was on medication so he wasn't too worried since we too kept a tight reign on his food intake. Thinking that it was fine to eat the amount he ate, somehow he forgot to take his medication. And boom, the next day, he had an attack. But it wasnt a direct stroke - he had burst a bubbled vein in his brain, a condition also known as brain aneurysm which THEN caused the stroke. And because of his daily workout of weight-lifting (even when he was 61 then), the risks of that happening was higher for him and was one of the minor reasons why the vein burst. Exertion.
He was hospitalised in Kluang and then when his condition could not be handled by the doctors there, he was moved to Hospital Tun Aminah in JB. He had to undergo several surgeries and most of the time he was sedated. All this while, Mummy was with him, standing by his side and keeping him company. I don't know if he knew it and in fact, we'll never know but she was SO strong. She HAD to be. Not only for Daddy but also for us. I only visited him twice at the hospital, once in Kluang and the other in JB. I couldn't believe that that helpless, haggard man lying on the bed was my father. He had lost so much weight, he had a full beard and they had shaved him bald because of the surgery - I couldn't recognise him at all and I was upset because he looked that way. I didn't want my Daddy to look like that. I want to remember him as tall, strong...handsome (he was always clean shaven) and to see him like that, I couldn't take it. I can't imagine what hell my mum went through. I think she can really relate to the saying, being to hell and back. After 33 days in the hospital, he finally gave up the fight. Mummy was there when he left. 18/3/1995 - the saddest day of my life, my Daddy left us. According to Mummy, he left us earlier, all because the stupid nurse didn't do her job well enough. (Should have sued her but I guess we were just too distraught to think of such a thing at that time and after that, we just wanted to get on with life.)
Because he spent all his time on his back, he had developed pneumonia and had to have the phlegm sucked out every now and then. That night, guess the nurse just wanted to sleep more than anything and did a really sloppy job after my mum called her in coz she could hear Daddy struggling to breathe. Somehow, I guess God wanted him to go back home and just took him away - just like that. He left us...struggling to breathe.
Ever since he left us, Mummy has been EVERYTHING to me and my sis. Even as a single mum, she put me through college and gave me a luxurious allowance. (No, we are not rich but she worked that hard to give us a comforatble life.) She's always there whenever I need her, anytime of the day, she is always there for me. She stood by me when I had to make all the important decisions in my life. She is always there to support me in all my endevours. She took up the role of father AND mother and is still doing a GREAT job at it. She's independant, self-reliant, strong and above all, the kind of mother every child dreams of. She is my role model because of the qualities she has within her : caring, understanding, sensitive, talented, loving, funny, can be quite a cartoon sometimes too. She is a VERY strong woman and when I become a mummy one day, I wanna be just a fraction of what she is because I JUST don't have in me to be like her. She's truly one of a kind. Exactly how N'sync nicely puts it in 'God must have spent a little more time on you', "In all of creation, All things great and small, You are the one that surpasses them all, More precious than any diamond or pearl, They broke the mold, When you came in this world."
I know I don't tell her that I love her with all my heart often enough and like what I told Shan when he mentioned the same thing about his dad, I don't wanna wait until its too late. I will tell her today, that I love her and that I'm so lucky and thankful to God for giving me a mummy like her. She's the best-est friend ANY girl could ask for.
More information on brain aneurysm :-
*That is NOT a photo of my mum and me. But it looked really nice so I just had to add it in. :D*
|W|P|112253227092117988|W|P|My Mummy, My Hero|W|P|7/28/2005 05:41:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Metria|W|P|Hats off to your mum .... and to you too, for sharing this with us. *hugs*7/28/2005 05:46:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|So chweeeet... i'd say both of u are one helluva women!!! U guys deserve each other in every way.. Pls hug mummy once for meeeeee.... and a hug for u too piggy .. .. Muaks!!
Luv u guys always7/28/2005 08:01:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|*wipes away tears*

Wow... its not normal for me to read a blog and to feel so sad. sigh. i feel like telling my dad. i will do it after this. I have too. i dun wanna regret it. I don't know what i'll do if anythin bad happens to any one of my parents or sis.

im sure u'll be a great mommy too Yvy, u learned from the best remember? :)7/29/2005 12:19:00 AM|W|P|Blogger sonia|W|P|Ee? U saw my pic??
Oh, u mean the one on my website ar? =)

Btw, yea.. So many heros in our lives. Our parents are definitely included! =) And u revealed ur age! hehehe..7/29/2005 12:21:00 AM|W|P|Blogger sonia|W|P|Haha.. Erm, I mean the turtletotty main site.7/29/2005 08:29:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Balajoe|W|P|Sometimes we can't recognise our real heros until tragedy strikes.7/29/2005 10:23:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|metria : thanks metria! :) i really admire single mums because they are VERY strong. they have no choice but it is VERY good personal growth. :)

anon : u're NOT anonymous to me....!! hehehe....thanks piggy, love u too! :D

shan : well, i'm glad it touched ur heart. anyway, i didnt tell mum i love her last nite - same thing happened to me as happened to u. only difference was that i couldnt make myself do it. its really not easy, i know that for a fact. :) but must keep trying.

sonia : ya lar!! ;p

BJ : well, i guess so but need to change mindset. :)7/29/2005 11:01:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous Ling|W|P|'She took up the role of father AND mother and is still doing a GREAT job at it.'

my dad too was both my mother and father after my mum passed away!...
very touching entry yvy..got me thinking about my mum...7/29/2005 12:13:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|ling wei : :) thanks! it normally is when u really write from the heart. :)7/29/2005 02:03:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mumsgather|W|P|misty, you made me cry. Like what I commented in Lilian's blog, when it really comes down to it, I think most of us can find some hidden resource and strength within us to be strong for those we love. *Hugs*. Your mum sounds like an incredible lady.7/29/2005 02:12:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|MG : well, i was on the verge of tearing too writing that out. remembering back those moments really brings back sad memories.

i have to admit that single parents are either VERY strong or give up easily. there is no in between. n i guess me n ling are the lucky ones. we have STRONG a parent. :D7/29/2005 04:31:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|Yvy, hehe... i eventually DID not tell him yesterday nite. dunno how la so i did the next best thing. i SMS'd him what i been wanting to say this morning. well i hope this starts of a better rship wit my dad. i don't like it the way it is anyways.

And like wat Balajoe said, i think its very true cos we always take it for granted that everything will be ok. Single parents are wonderful beings. I respect them!!! *hail*7/29/2005 05:00:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|shan: good move shan!! it's definitely a start n i hope things will change for the better. now...if only my mum knows HOW to check sms.....*shakes head*7/30/2005 08:59:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|hehe... yea i jus thought its better to be put in words. kinda weird jus goin to my dad and sayin things like that. hehe... luckily la my dad can sms. if not? oh no.... :S7/30/2005 09:04:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|shan : i think i know what i should do.....write her a letter n leave on her pillow or something before rushing off to work. YAR....that's a good idea too. :) ppl love internal snail mail too, right>? :D7/28/2005 12:52:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
It's lunch time so I normally spend my time going through other blogs. No, I'm not starving myself and neither am I on a diet. Just had a huge packet of nasi lemak (Damn, was it good! Sinful but good. YUM!) for brekkier and really, nothing else can go down my throat anymore. So here I am going through Malaysian Blogger, and I stumbled upon this - A Very Malaysian Contest. Kinda sad I missed the Penang Blogger's meeting recently. Maybe next time. :)
Anyway, after going through the post, I immediatly knew that I had to do my part in promoting this. And all this effort put in because I know that there are MANY talented writers out there who are Malaysians and can easily write about Malaysia. So why not? Give it a shot and you could be RM200 richer......all because you decided to share your exprience and spend some hour or so telling the whole world what a wonderful vacation OR part of your living here in Malaysia. :D I might even try it out mahself!
So what some more....write on writers, write!! :)
Ps. Ejrs.com, got any commission or not for promoting your contest? :D
|W|P|112252704038424448|W|P|Calling all writers and story tellers!!|W|P|7/28/2005 08:25:00 AM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
WOW!!! CSI season finale was GREAT! Poor Rudy, from Hitz.fm missed one of the BEST episodes of CSI - thanks to my hero, Grissom!! Of course it was team effort but hey, can't deny the fact that Grissom SAVED Nick Stokes - lucky that fire ants was a bit kpc and wanted some limelight on the camera lens. Heh. :D Rudy must be SO kicking himself in the nuts for missing that episode - I wonder if they are going to air it again on Sunday? Hmm.....hopefully, then at least Rudy won't feel so bad anymore. Plus him asking the listeners to help him out telling him what happened last night, ain't working. Some macha came online and told him the WHOLE story in 2 lines and this was how it went, 'Some guy was caught and put in a casket welded underground. Then CSI came and saved him.' Bwwaaaaahahahahahaha!!!! Such a detailed explanation - even my cousin can do better than that. Aiyoo!! :p
Funny thing is that, I read in the News Straits Times that this particular episode was directed by Quentin Tarrantino (from the like of Kill Bill and a whole lot more) coz he's been a fan since the show started so he took up the request. They also mentioned that this episode had traits of Quentin's directing but I couldn't detect it. Wonder what seemed so alike? Guess I haven't really watched THAT many Quentin Tarrantino films to noticed this trait, you know? But to me, it seemed ALL CSI action, not much different from all the other episodes - the directing of course. :)
Now on to MORE devastating news, my Xander finally gave up his ghost. Sigh. Poor thing. Last night I really felt like getting online and fiddling with my template and of course, while waiting for CSI to start but since he died and REFUSED to re-start, I started watching TV at 8pm. Since it refused to restart, it was just about 7pm so I finally decided, shoot it - I'm taking it to the docs to get it some plastic surgery. An almost complete make over. So off to the docs, Xander & I went. When I reached the computer store, the owner wasn't around so I was chatting with one of the technicians and complaining about Xander. Telling him how my Xander is haunted and how he tends to restart & switch off at will. Then Shan (not MY anak, but the technician) goes on to say that its either the processor fan problem, meaning that the processor gets heated too fast because the fan is too small and not powerful enough hence, the use of OTHER outside fans OR some virus attack. He also told me that IE can easily transmit viruses through their cache memory. So he suggested that I change to Mozilla/Firefox. FINALLY, I know what this Mozillagorilla thingy is all about. Aiyoo....so blur!! And since its a better choice and can lower the risk of getting infected easily, I thought WHY NOT? :) I'm also changing my processor fan and upgrading my RAM. Damn....I hope its all worth the money (something that I don't have the privilege of growing it at home).
So, we'll see what happens when Xander gets back from his make over. I'll definitely be blogging more (like as if I don't blog enough already - can't beat Lilian of course!! Master Blogger...hehehe!) and being online more often, IF streamyx doesn't go jello on me. TM promotes Streamyx like mad but man, the line sucks!! *Sometimes*
|W|P|112251223472298932|W|P|Wooohooo CSI!! O, and pc never resurrected. Sigh.|W|P|7/27/2005 05:57:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|Memories ........ for life Just testing this 'Blog This!' button at the top of my screen so this is FREE publicity for Mr. Manish Sharma. :)|W|P|112245822057121090|W|P|Memories ........ for life|W|P|7/27/2005 08:17:00 PM|W|P|Blogger sonia|W|P|*LoL*.. No, u didn't curse anybody lar. =P

Queen Yee Wei. Hahaha.. Funny. ;P

Btw, thanks for reminding me that there's this CSI movie tonite at 9pm! =D7/28/2005 08:15:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|hahaha!! no worries sonia....

ppsstt....i saw ur pic - ur hair style so cute on u!! *ssshhhhh...! dont perasan, k?* :D7/27/2005 01:37:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
OMG! OMG! OMG! I can't believe it!!! The day has finally arrived.....the last day my favourite CSI team will be on TV (at least for just a while, I hope!). I will NOT be leaving my house today, even the BEST ikan bakar in Kedah couldn't possibly tear me away from the TV tonight - NO, NEVER! I shall chain myself to my sofa and not budge. Come hell or high water, I ain't goin no where! Hhhmmm.....now what time was it showing again? *Flips through Astro guidebook*
Anyways.....there are a couple of sites already informing people what to expect of this season's finale. I have seen the previews on Astro and I can tell you that I will be crying my eyes out by the time this episode is over. No, not because I'm a cry baby - because it looks like a rather sad ending, the kind where I'm BOUND to cry. Just like last night's episode of Boston Public. *slaps forehead* I normally don't watch it but I did last night (or was it the night before, dunno...cant remember.) Anyway, it was at the end, when the big guy a.k.a the Principle was reading this letter from this kid he coached and kinda took a liking to. Treated him like his own son too. But sadly, despite all the hard work the big guy put in, the kid enlisted in the army and got killed in Iraq, I think. So that letter was the LAST letter Billy Deegan (the kid) wrote to the big guy and the thing that touched my heart and made me sniff (had to control macho la!), was that Billy said that the big guy was the only father he ever knew. And I was like, 'Awwwww......' *sniff sniff*
But anyhow, coming back to CSI, I didnt want to read what those people had written because I didnt want to spoil the whole show. BUT if you are interested to know about it.....knock yourselves out. :)
Gonna miss you guys, Grissom & gang. Sigh. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!! *sob sob* Sobbing
|W|P|112244363100043287|W|P|CSI : Las Vegas, Season Finale|W|P|7/27/2005 05:08:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|hi there,

I apologize about what happened with my comment box. you can try again tho..maybe this time leave the url empty. :)



http://profoundsentiments.net7/27/2005 06:48:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|hey hey!!!

same thing here!!! i made no plans tonite cos i wanna watch the finale. im sure its gonna be good. well btw its at 9pm on channel 17. hehe... :) and Boston Public is shown on Mondays. i love tht show but i alwiz seem to miss it. darn!!!7/27/2005 08:11:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Lao Chen|W|P|Ohh...new look! And i notice i'm a queen now too! :)7/27/2005 10:49:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|Poncho?

don't die on me Poncho...

i bet u cried when u saw his "body". hahaha... my fren kena fool and she cried!!! mwahahahahaha.......7/28/2005 08:19:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|dementedchic : problem solved. :)

shan : hahaha!! i was fooled by the preview but NOT the show la. i thot, 'gone la....wat a way to go' but now i know, just a show la. ;) but damn cun la....:D no regrets watching it at all. actually, i was thinking that it was at 9 but wasnt too sure then i checked astro book - tarra! got panicked by that time i went home n pc totally died on me. story coming up soon. so i didnt really know wat time it was at - lupa la. so i did the next best thing - started watching TV from 8 onwards. hahaha!!! :D

yee wei : couldnt help it, mate.....;p7/28/2005 08:47:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|hehe... aiya. i tot u wud be crying or sumthing. well well .... there's alwiz gonna be the finales for CSI Miami and CSI NY to come.7/27/2005 11:41:00 AM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
Well, I guess it was about time I changed the outlook of my blog. I'm not 100% happy with it but so far, I think its ok. I decided to change the WHOLE layout thanks to Lilian (no need to provide link liow - you all know her far too well already!! Heh.) Looks like she's kinda becoming my NEW sifu. Prof Liew has to buck up, other wise he might just lose a student. Hehehe!! :)
Well, I haven't yet dabbled with WP.....was just checking out the site and I must admit that it looks VERY VERY interesting but before I venture into that, I better take a good look at my pc and see what's really wrong with it. Imagine being SO engrossed in trying to study WP and suddenly, poof!! Everything goes off.....THAT would certainly piss me off.
Well, please be patient if you find some of the stuff not in place, still tweaking & fiddling with the template. :)
|W|P|112243627840911230|W|P|Brand new look|W|P|7/27/2005 12:00:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Balajoe|W|P|please be free to play with the template...I tried about 3 - 4 before I "settled down"...might be changing in the future7/27/2005 12:14:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Kucing Gatal|W|P|Templates are temporary. Words are forever ;)7/27/2005 12:15:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|:D yup...so what do u guys think of this new look la?7/27/2005 05:21:00 PM|W|P|Blogger shells|W|P|aiseh. next time u can be MY si fu.7/27/2005 06:51:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|wooo... clean template. hehe... well Yvy, it looks like u got 2 new students under you la. Michelle and Me!!! hehehe... :)7/28/2005 08:22:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|chelle & shan : i dub thee both, my 'children'. wei...where's my chinese tea?? arent u 2 suppose to b serving me chinese tee in those minute chinese teacups??? useless anaks!! *chases both 'anaks' to do 'left hand, wipe off' & 'right hand, wipe on' techniques - if u dont know wat that is, go watch karate kid, ok?* :p

hahaha....wah, i oso can b sifu hor? okla....i JUNIOR sifu only la. prof liew & lilian are the BIG sifus. :D7/28/2005 10:41:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous SS|W|P|Hmm........., Very nice look ..
like after shaved (clean look) ;)7/26/2005 01:47:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
Oy......my stupid PC at home is haunted! Really.....either that or its got a MAJOR hot-cold attitude problem. We're fine the moment it starts up.....then maximum 2 hours using it, it will either automatically restart or worst case scenario - just die. Then REFUSES to start up again.
I've sent it for 'check-ups' and the pc doc says that it's fine - everything's fine. From the power supply right down to all the sockets - its FINE. F-I-N-E!!!! Then why la like this???
Really puts a damper on my spirit and kills my inspiration if I get any when I'm at home. I always think that I'll keep my thoughts till I get home to blog it but THEN......when this crap happens, raelly pisses me off!! AAARRRRGgggghhhhh!!
There also goes my chance to let a helping hand to the up-coming Blogathon. Sigh. I feel that I COULD see this through BUT with my pathetic PC dying on me every now and then and also not knowing if I can come up with idea to write about for 24 hours, I'm not too sure anymore. :(
See la how....
Ps. Power to fellow Malaysian bloggers who have decided to take up this cross and do their bit for charity!!! I think there are too many to mention but I know that Suanie, Peter Tan are amongst the many generous hearted.....GOOD LUCK, GUYS!!! Oops....and GIRLS!! :)
|W|P|112236001422247812|W|P|Haunted PC|W|P|7/26/2005 07:36:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|eh... kesian u with THAT pc of ur's. mebbe its overheating. try leavin the air con and fan on full blast when the pc is running. it MIGHT help to cool down the temperature if u haven't already added more cooling fans to ur pc...7/27/2005 08:30:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|hhmmm...u think? :) will give it a shot. thanks shan!! *hugs*7/27/2005 11:25:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Balajoe|W|P|In addition to the ventilation, also check on your other periodic maintenance...update of antivirus, adware, microsoft os updates, etc

check here for more maintenance tips..http://www.pcmag.com/category2/0,1874,28,00.asp7/27/2005 11:41:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|see...thats abt the ONLY thing i hate abt pc...the maintenance n updating. sigh. why lar so difficult? :(7/27/2005 07:05:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|welcome... at my hse i have to constantly turn the fan on cos my dad keeps on turnin it off when he see's no one in the room when the pc is running.

and updating ony wat... before u go to sleep or sumthing jus virus scan, spyware scan ... do any scan la..7/27/2005 10:06:00 PM|W|P|Blogger suanie|W|P|heh thanks!

There's this programme that could help you monitor your pc's temperature, you can download it at :
http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php7/28/2005 08:23:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|shan & suanie : thanks u 2...:) but i did something even better....hehehe! check it out soon! :D7/26/2005 10:55:00 AM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|Since Yee Wei tagged moi....I've got to continue this or I might be plagued with bad sex for the rest of my life!!!! *Ok, a bit xaggerated I know but hey, I wanted to sound dramatic. That, or I just wanted to follow the trend of the o-so-infamous chain letter whatchamacallits.* :D ' Yee Wei’s marriage compatibility check meme - Not too sure how this is gonna check my marriage compatibility OR the whole purpose of this, really.... ' What is your internet connection speed? Eeehhh....errrmm.....I'm blogging from the office la. :D ' List any two movies you like. Saw, Seven - yes, I like gore & blood. Any other recommended movies like these besides Red Dragon, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Wrong Turn? Reviews most welcomed. :) ' What are a few of your material wants? To own an animal sanctuary or better yet a HUGE piece of land where I can BUILD my animal sanctuary. Not a zoo, coz the animals won't really b free to roam, if you know what I mean. More like a safari kinda park like thingy. ' Which religion(s) do you adhere to? Are you a staunch believer? Catholic and yes (staunch sounds SO serious leh). ' How likely is it that you will marry someone with different religious beliefs to yours? Not likely, then again...thats not really a problem. *grin* ' How likely is it that you will marry someone of different race/colour to yours? Anything goes....not picky about that. Color is just skin deep. ' Do you like children? *Ponders on this trick question* Uhm....yea, until they are about 2 yrs old. Then I'll be waiting to run AWAY from them. Monsters, I tell ya!! MONSTERS..... *O, got one REALLY good atricle/joke (?) on WHY God created children. Heh. A must read, I tells ya!!* ' Will you mind marrying the one who tagged you? Not really since he already mentioned this. "Note- this is not an expression of interest ok.". Lol!! :p ' So, NOW.....to keep this going, I am tagging :- ' Shan Chelle Sonia Torment Amara ' Note : Don't worry, if you dont wanna continue, its fine. I didn't curse you bad sex for the rest of your life but then again....... ;p|W|P|112234836108970471|W|P|Marriage compatibility check meme (huh??)|W|P|7/26/2005 07:34:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|OMG OMG OMG!!!!

I've been tagged!!!


Bad sex? Oh no....7/26/2005 07:43:00 PM|W|P|Blogger sonia|W|P|Hahaha..
Btw, I did this already. Yee Wei tagged me too. Haha.. =)

YeeWei one kind lar, so straight forward saying that he's not interested in us. Rite? *sigh*.. =P7/27/2005 08:36:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|shan : ayo, ta ta yo! *Gawd, that brought me way back into childhood!!*

sonia : he tagged u liow??? aik, how did i miss that? *rubs chin* sorry hor.....i take back the bad sex curse. :D7/27/2005 05:19:00 PM|W|P|Blogger shells|W|P|bwahahahaha damn u!!! i'm gonna do it the mo i reach home. i don't wanna have bad sex. that would be WORSE than not having any sex at all.7/27/2005 07:03:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|lol... well said Michelle... haha... im a young kid la Yvy. hehe... shows clearly rite?7/26/2005 09:18:00 AM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
So....could this really be the next best thing that ever happened to us, women????
I dunno, but I kinda freaked out when I read how this mooncup had to be 'inserted'. Still not daring enough to go for it but maybe when I have managed to sum up enough guts & courage - MIGHT give it a shot. :)
Till then, I'll just stick to the old fashion way. :)
*Still reading through MistressM's blog - lots more to go*
|W|P|112234114590034815|W|P|Mooncups are in town....|W|P|7/26/2005 06:04:00 PM|W|P|Blogger MissM|W|P|Hi mistyeiz, thanks for being open minded enough to read about the cup.

Hope you try it out and really deceide whether it's a good product or not7/26/2005 07:27:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|wth is a mooncup??? please enlighten me...7/26/2005 07:29:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|okayyyy.... read about it edi. looks kinda BIG aint it? Hrm.... have fun Yvy!7/26/2005 10:13:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Lao Chen|W|P|Interesting... do you know how it works? Where does the fluid flow to if there are no absorbent material to soak it up? Do they just drip out in a soppy mess? I've been trawling the site but to not much success. And the fact that i'm not familiar with the locality at which it is used...7/26/2005 11:21:00 PM|W|P|Blogger MissM|W|P|Shan, the cup may look big, but actually the vagina is like a funnel - it is a small opening which opens into a larger area - the cup actually fits the natural shape of the vagina. It looks bigger than an unused tampon - but I can feel mini tampons, I cannot feel the cup at all. Many women who use the cup found out about it because they cannot use tampons.

Tan - are you a guy? The blood collects in a cup and you simply empty out the liquid. The soppy mess you are talking about is created by the disposable pads and tampons, not the blood.7/27/2005 08:41:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|misstressm: well, no harm reading it abt it right? ;) thot it was intersting but if i'm scared *hit of tampons, looks like it will DEFINITELY take a LONG time to sum up the courage to try this cup. :D

shan : HA HA, very funny. *sounding sarcastic*

yee wei : uuhhmmm.....i think misstress already answered u right *quietly shys away*7/27/2005 07:02:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|whoa... information overlaod for me!!!

*runs away*7/25/2005 01:12:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
*Totally contradicting the intention of my post but I just thought it as cool*
Courtesy of Dan_is_a_kOolKid
Seeing that both Yee Wei (can't find that post where YW said something about my thoughts on this matter) & Shan are SO interested to know what I think in this rather TABOO topic, I decided pour out my two cents and show the world my perception of things, both religious & world wise. I have to refer back to my comments on Mr. Gorgeous-but-me-thinks-he's-gay. I will admit that my initial reaction was, 'OMG!!! He's SO gorgeous!!!'. I still have NO idea who this man is but hell, I think he can rock the boat of any 100% pure red-hot blooded woman. But the funny thing about gorgeous guys is that quite a large majority of them are GAY. Let's us TOTALLY honest here (No need to pretend like as if you are all angels out there, k?), the internet is FILLED with porn and I'm pretty sure that most gay sites are FILLED with gorgeous gay guys. Makes me wanna cry sometimes to know that these hunks with ANOTHER hunk. How sad is that???? *shakes head* Such a waste indeed. Sometimes I really do wonder why do such feelings of wanting to be gay or lebsian or bisexuals (which I think is the best - be a pendulum, swing both ways n u get but the best of both worlds) even exists. Now, God made men and women so that they would join together one day and bring forth more offsprings. Thus, contributing to the continuous existence of men and women in this world. I believe that THAT, is the basics or the foundation of any marriage, whatever religion you are. Of course, it is also because you love each other and want to spend the rest of your remainding lives together. Who wouldn't want that, right? BUT...........somewhere along the way, something went terribly wrong. Men started doing men, and women started doing women. And just to life more interesting & spicy, people also started having threesomes, gang bangs and orgies (Definition : As a noun (ORGY), a wild gathering involving excessive drinking and promiscuity, or a secret rite in the cults of ancient Greek or Roman deities involving singing and dancing and drinking and sexual activity). This was DEFINITELY not one of God's plans. I say this because its clearly stated in the Bible that, "And if a man lie with mankind, as with womankind, both of them have committed abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them.", Leviticus 20:13 AND in Romans 1:27, ".....and likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another, men with men working unseemliness, and receiving in themselves that recompense of their error which was due." So, there is no mistake that God is TOTALLY against the idea of homosexuality. He certainly did not create it. And so, He will not condone it either.
I posts this question before, about why did God allowed the human feelings of wanting to be something that you're not, to happen? To even exists, in fact. He had the power to banish it all away - in fact if He did, we wouldn't have gay demonstrations and the problem (to some) of same gender marriages which now rule the media. Politics are getting involved, the church is getting involved, families are being torn apart by this whole mass media front of lesbians and gays. I'm beginning to think that the whole idea of homosexuality actually started when God gave us each the choice. As a friend, WingFiea mentioned, "God could banish homosexuality. But He doesn't because God gives us free will...a right to choose to follow Him or to follow the desires of our flesh. Just because it's out there in the world doesn't mean God is ignoring it, doesnt' care about it, or even approves of it. We will always be sinful by nature, but He also tells us we can overcome any kind of temptation...including sexual desires that are not natural, or even the desires to lie or eat more than we should." Very nicely put across and I agree. Another friend, Dan_is_a_kOolKid mentioned that, "I would not agree with anyone who says that homosexuals are born gay...there is no gay gene. It is a perversion that is learned. The Bible speaks of men leaving natural relations for unnatural ones and lay with other men. They werent born that way, they became more perverse and left Gods design of man and woman and went their own way". Simply meaning to say that they CHOSE to go against the ways of nature and how it is SUPPOSE to be.
Not only is God against it, even our government is against homosexuality as seen here and here. Another interesting site is about asian gays - this is more of a survey site. I'm not too sure why the focus is mainly on men. I haven't figured that one out yet - but I'll let you know if something comes to mind. (Maybe because women look better going at it??? Who knows...) So where does that leave our special friends? Most of them are faced with a dilemma. Not only are they having problems with religion, the government, even the family may also create worst scenarios as well. So now, they have to deal with religion, the government, the family AND their (sometimes) confused selves.
' I, for one have nothing against homosexuals. In fact, I have a few friends who are just like that and I can assure you that they are such WONDERFUL people!! They are able to provide you with that special lasting friendship AND at the same time, the perfect partner to take along for shopping for the perfect annual dinner dress. But I do have mixed emotion about this whole gay & lesbian thing in general. One part of me thinks that its not right for a man to marry a man (same goes for women) because this union could never produce offsprings unless through adoption, which I know in some places is NOT a problem (but definitely not in Malaysia, for sure). On the other hand, sometimes I think that if a man loves another man n same goes for a woman, why stop these feelings? Why put up a barricade between two PEOPLE who love each other? Why stop a beautiful thing from happening? Plus the sex is not a problem seeing that humans can obviously adapt to the environment and make use of nature in order to serve their needs. I believe the only thing that is being an obstacle in this search for 'true happiness' is the law (both religion & governmental) as I mentioned above.
And what about being bi-sexual, you say? Well, I think thats the best!! Heh. You swing both ways and you get the best of BOTH worlds. You marry a man but you still get to have some fun with you gf/bf - not like as if I would have the guts to do so!!! :D I do SO want to say hello to St. Peter, the guy manning Pearly Gates, you know? :D But I can't but help be BI-CURIOUS. Wonder what I'd do is a lesbian walked up to me and started chatting me up? Hmmmm.... I bet it runs through everyone's mind. No need to be shy-shy.
Metrosexuals? Well, The Calico Cat explains it quite nicely and the only reason why I said that people can accidentally assume metrosexuals to BE homosexuals is because it means "an urban male with a heterosexual orientation who rejects many macho attributes often linked to masculinity. He adopts many traits often associated with heterosexual females and gay males -- e.g. expensive hair care, stylish clothes. " (Taken from Glossary of Sexual Terms) OR could also similarly mean "A straight man who embraces the homosexual lifestyle, i.e. refined tastes in clothing, excessive use of designer hygiene products, etc. Usually is on the brink of homosexuality. Eg. Mike has become a metrosexual after shaving off his stubble and using expensive skin products to soften his cherubic facial features." (Taken from Urban Dictionary).
SO there you have it.....are YOU a metrosexual? :D
|W|P|112227316623814840|W|P|Rants about homosexuality & meterosexuals (?)|W|P|7/25/2005 04:19:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous ah pink|W|P|I, for one, although am a Christian, can't comprehend with the religious opinions and objections.

After all, who are we to judge, right?

Someone once said to me you wouldn't know you do not like something until you actually try it. How many of us actually ventured into unchartered territory? So, if you ask me, "Are you gay?", I would have to answer, "I don't know."7/25/2005 04:33:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|ah pink : o no, i wasnt judging at all. i thot i made that quiet clear. i'm just stating what i've read n know about. also a good thing i read ur blog coz only then did i realise that u're 'a married old auntie'. :) actually, u'd know if u were lesbian if u found urself attracted to the same gender n had sexual thoughts abt them because indirectly you would b heading towards that direction, subsconciously or not. from the way u're talking - i think u can safely stick that straight pride jpg on ur page. ;)7/25/2005 05:21:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|haha... finally its been done!!! ur post!! well probably from the last paragraph i would "assume" im on the verge of metrosexuality. or am i already one? hrm...

Well no matter what i don't think men shud ever be with another man. lesbians are WONDERFUL tho!!! hahaha...

and bisexuals? no way.... unless its a female bisexual. because then there's possibility of a threesome and that would be something i'd like to try. sooner or later. hehehe.... *grin*7/25/2005 05:34:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|shan : YUP...wat did u think of my 'master piece'? lol...btw, there is NO SUCH thing as FEMALE bisexual la! bisexual is those who swing both ways. threesomes are the ones where it is FFM. i read somewhere if its MMF, thats known as gang bang - not sure how far true that is coz its only 3 ppl. *shrugs*7/25/2005 06:00:00 PM|W|P|Blogger 5xmom ~chanlilian.net~|W|P|Whoa, brave approach to this issue. Not many people like to bring this issue up because many scoff that it is not political correct. I wrote about that once, when I was deep in inspiration and earned a lot of flaks. BTW, I notice too many same sex relationships lately. Two guys, sharing a bowl of mee in a kopitiam? Need to rub my eyes.7/25/2005 06:30:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|I see that you quote some passages from the bible. Now I fully understand your uhm, infactuation with that religion, but there are many who do not. If you want to rant against the idea of gays marriage, then find a better reason - not one that involves your god.


-someone who isn't gay, but supports the gay rights7/25/2005 08:46:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|well Yvy, that wud mean i like threesomes and nooooooo to gang bangs. im not gonna let a guy bang the same girl im banging AT THE SAME TIME.

hehe... well it does look well researched so good work Yvy!! keep it up!! cheers!!7/25/2005 10:32:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Amara|W|P|This is how I see it. God created love and created us. So, I can't see how it is wrong to love another regardless of sexuality. And I don't think it is equally fair for us to assume what God wants considering how anyone can distort what is written in the Bible to suit their own needs. One thing you can't discount, is thy shalt love thy neighbor. Didn't specifically say how or way. Tolerance is a vital issue here. And as much as I may make comments here and there about gay men or women - it is not because I have an issue of how they have sex with' it's more like I have an issue with a gay men going out of his way to be overtly feminine and a women being overtly butch (regardless of how I try not to judge).

As for the government against homosexuality -well, I reckon that the government is against anything that appears like freedom of choice regardless of what's written in the constitution. Besides, what does the government really know about society? If you asked me, I would say they are way out of touch with the average guy.

On the other hand, I do realize that you are just tossing a thought across and not so much an opinion. But just remember one thing, not everyone is religious or christian or even pro-government/society.

Still got mad love tho'!7/26/2005 08:38:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|wow, not bad...i see ppl are actually reading my blog. :)

5xmom : eerrhmm....thank you (?) its just that i find this topic rather interesting n from the comments i've gotten, i'm sure u see why. VERY interesting, i tell u. its just that ppl are not so agressive back here, like fighting for their rights n what not - obviously because they know its gonna like fall on deaf ears n most likely fighting a losing battle.

anon : i expected this actually, i knew SOMEONE would say something interesting like u did. :) o well, let me put this way to you - plain n simple, this is MY blog, MY space, so whatever i choose to relate to or whoever/whatever i choose to talk abt is (simply put)MY business. n if it means that much to you - since you brought it up, its not "infactuation with that religion" (what the hell are u getting at by saying 'THAT religion'?), it is because its the only one i know. now, why wud i wanna start quoting from other religions which i am not particularly familiar WITH??? plus, if ppl do not know abt 'THAT' religion, then i guess u can say that they have been educated. now, thats not that bad is it? ;p

shan : thank u! :)

amara : well thank God SOMEONE realise that i was merely tossing the idea/opinion around. i'm not fight for nor against homosexuals n i kinda know where u stand so i understand what u're getting at. i guess that must b the reason why ppl find it so hard to talk abt this topic - kinda sensitive to some people n to others, maybe just an eye opener. n like i mentioned to anon up there, i only brought in religion BECAUSE it is connected n somehow Christianity and Islam seem to be the only 2 religions (that i know of) that is dead against homosexuals. n i seriously dont think i'm far off the target on this one. :)7/26/2005 02:27:00 PM|W|P|Blogger 5xmom ~chanlilian.net~|W|P|Hahaha, I see this coming. Let me put another dua sen here. There is nothing wrong with loving someone of the same sex but if it goes as far as having a sexual relationship, then, it is against ALL religions. So, we mortals musn't use the excuse of 'oh, love your neighbour as you love yourself' to get into same sex sexual relationship, I suppose. After all, in the Quran and Bible, we have clearly seen what happened to Sodom and Gomorrah.

And to some of you, if you wish to ignore what the Bible or Quran or any religious books teachings, why bother to take what mistyeiz said so personally? She is just tossing her thoughts around. Right mystyeiz?
(actually I came by to see your Google ads layout, will write about that in Mbloggers)7/26/2005 02:49:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|5xmom : RIGHT!!! thank u for ur dua sen. :) now, i'm 4 sen richer!! lol....came to see my google ads layout? why lar? yours more happening than mine leh...

need to boost the traffic n get more clicks but dont know how. oso wanna try to move into WP. but not ready to get own domain yet. i'm not THAT dahsyat yet..hahaha!! :)waiting for my sifu, prof. liew to give me ideas n help me out. *ppstt. he promised me free advice on how to boost my adsense since i promote his forum n now he got more members!! lol* ;p

GO MALAYSIA BLOGGER FORUM!! :D7/26/2005 06:11:00 PM|W|P|Blogger 5xmom ~chanlilian.net~|W|P|Yo! You missed it liao. I already replied before your Prof. Liew liao. I came by and survey then go to Mbloggers to give feedback and tips. I am your neighbourhood phat phor mah. LOL! Go check your post?7/27/2005 08:42:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|5xmom : hahaha!! really? wah, more efficient than prof liew?? wahlau, have to promote u liow n demote prof liew!! hahah...lol. :D7/22/2005 03:25:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
Was checking out Kucing's site as usual and was reading her latest about the mega sales starting tomorrow. What is it with (most) women and sales huh? I really dont get it. In fact, a more appropriate question would be, what is it with (most) women and SHOPPING? Hmm...see, all the eyes pop out already. :D But seriously, SO many people including Kucing of course is SO looking forward to the mega sales to buy stuff that they have been eyeing but too expensive and of course, hoping to get it now. But knowing the sales tactic of most shopping complexes, I bet what most of them do is increase the price by 50% and then, slash it down by 50%, coming back to the original price. Meaning to say that, IF you havent done your survey properly or maintain some sort of committment to the stuff you intent to purchase, you will most likely be fooled.
Now, coming back to what I think about shopping. Seriously, I think shopping is a waste of time. No, really. I can proudly stand up tall and say that I really dislike shopping and I only do it IF I have no choice, forced to. Meaning to say that, if I wanted something or there's a function and I need clothes/shoes - only then would I torture myself with shopping.
I know lots of women who could just up and say, 'I'm bored, let's go shopping!' and then end up walking all over the HUGE shopping complex, konon la want to BUY something but actually end up not buying a SINGLE thing. Some people love window shopping - another kind of shopping I totally abhor. Why do some women see it fitting to just walk all over the supermarket, looking at every single thing, trying on almost EVERY pair of shoes in the shoe store and then end up not buying a single thing??? Whats with that insanity??? And this so-called women's favourite past time is SO tiring. If you really clock the time spent walking about and how far you've been walking, you'd be suprised at how many miles you'd have walked in that ONE shopping session. Been there, done that and swore never to do it again!
You wanna know my tactic for shopping? Let me run it through you :-
1. Before leaving for the supermarket, determine what items to buy. Be specific about said item i.e. high heel shoes, beige in colour.
2. Upon reaching the supermarket, DIRECTLY go to the first store OR at the most a specific favourite store like Vinci or Stefano or Bonia or whatever and look for said item. Eg. I'm looking for a beige pair of high heel shoes at Bonia so I go DIRECTLY to Bonia, so stop overs along the way.
3. Target for ONLY beige high heel shoes. Pay no attention to other attractive but not necessary pairs of shoes.
4. Try on the chosen designs and if happy, buy. If not, move on to next store.
5. Upon succesfully purchasing the so called pair of shoes. No more shoe shopping OR window shoe shopping for the day. Move on to the next item on the list. There is no need to enter another shoe store only to feel devastated and disappointed because you didnt give one other shoe store a chance. What you dont know, wont hurt you. Thus, ignorance is BLISS.
My tolerance level for shopping is VERY low. After 3 failed attempts of finding the right pair of shoes, the mission is abandoned. I shop fast and I do not like to linger too long in any one shop. Wasting time.
When it comes to clothes, thats a major headache for me because I'm fussy and I'm huge. So all Hong Kong style and free size blouses DO NOT fit me (I think the term 'free size' is bing overrated - really!). Thus, all free size blouses do not get any of my attention. This in turn leaves me with hardly any choices left BUT to get my clothes tailor made. So much for being tall AND huge. Certainly not the right combination to have when most of the girls around me are either small, tiny and short. Even if they are large, they are still short. Sigh. Well, at least shorter than I am anyway. :)
I guess my man is pretty happy about that. And like I mentioned in Kucing's comment box, I can proudly say that I'm one of those almost or maybe even already extinct female species around. If there are any others like me, I think we should form some sort of elite club. Lol!!
And to all those happy shoppers (yea right!!) who are waiting to be a part of the hordes of people going to the sales tomorrow, happy shopping coz you wont find me in there!! :D
|W|P|112201971502206447|W|P|Shop till I drop? Nup...not moi.|W|P|7/22/2005 06:25:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Kucing Gatal|W|P|Haha i hear you about those Hong Kong sizes, I also have problems fitting into them. They seem to get smaller every year! As for my shopping binge, actually this is the first time this year I'm going on a good shopping spree. And I've waited and waited for the sales so I can enjoy the discounts. I hate going to malls on weekends because of crowds, I'd rather go sit at some cafe and watch the world go by. But yeah, most women do love their shopping! And it's been proven that shopping helps to keep us mentally alert, could be the reason why women outlive men ;)7/23/2005 12:07:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Lao Chen|W|P|Hehe... I don't fancy shopping too. Mother buys me whatever shirts she thinks are acceptable, and i dont have to slog through the changing rooms and all. Envy me! :)

Still need to try out those trousers though, thats why my trousers are soo old (most of them are about 5 years old)7/23/2005 12:52:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|eh... SHOPPING IS FUN la!!!!!!!!!! hahahaha.... guys love shopping too!! but how do girls find window shopping fun?7/23/2005 02:19:00 PM|W|P|Blogger ShiningTed|W|P|I am gonna print this out and HOLD YOU TO IT ;)7/23/2005 10:45:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|Kucing : maybe, bu seriously...i really cannot tahan the shopping la. the number of people, the pushing n shoving. *shakes head* its not like as if the stuffs for free ok? ;)

yee wei : lucky u!!! :)

shan : o, u one of those metrosexuals is it? better be careful, ppl like me may take u to be gay, ok? *posts on that coming up soon* hahaha!! well, SOME men like shopping but still, i cannot take it la. even my mum can lasts longer than me. :p

ST : haha!! you can print it out n paste it all over the house, baby! :P7/24/2005 01:08:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|me ? metrosexual? not sure about tht but just tht i like shopping ALOT!! (if i have cash tht is)

and yea... wud love to see what u hv 2 say abt metrosexuals? how do u define metrosexuals? haha... awaiting ur post girl!!!7/25/2005 09:49:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|shan: yar, i know...both u and yee wei, tak sabar2. both tergedik-gedik (very typical kedah slang), waiting to read abt it. wait lar...got some research to do first. ;)7/25/2005 10:39:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous Balajoe|W|P|Shopping means my pocket get burned more7/25/2005 11:15:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|BJ : hahaha!!! not only pockets got burnt, i think u've been too stressed out lately, coz no posts from u so long di. lol...;p7/25/2005 01:59:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Balajoe|W|P|Haha...you noticed? My target is to blog one post a day from Monday to Friday but have been just too busy with a current system project (being a project manager does not help much), just too tired to think what to write and do the posting (you also will noticed that I am not that creative too...tired, tired)

When it comes to shopping and getting the pocket burned, it depends what is being shopped. If it is about a car accessory, I don't mind spending even up to RM1,500 (I did that once..went to replace my car horn but ended changing my entire ICE system for a cool RM2,000 cash) but it comes to my wife's shopping (for clothes), I can be very stingy. So evil of me!7/22/2005 12:39:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
Yes, yes its TGIF!!!! WOOOHHHOOOOOO!!!! And just to make sure you have a muddled and fulfilled weekend MINUS the confusion....check this out *hot off my inbox and into my blog* And o, yea...you may have read this a million times before but I couldn't resists my eagerness in wanting to share this with all of you just ONE more time. :D ' Major family problems in complex community. ' Two men met at a bus stop and struck up a conversation. One of them kept complaining of family problems. " Finally, the other man said: "You think you have family problems? Listen to my situation." " "A few years ago I met a young widow with a grown-up daughter. We got married and got myself a stepdaughter. Later, my father married my stepdaughter. That made my stepdaughter, my step-mother. And my father became my stepson. Also, my wife became mother-in-law of her father-in-law." ' "Much later the daughter of my wife, my stepmother, had a son. This boy was my half-brother because he was my father's son. But he was also the son of my wife's daughter which made him my wife's grand-son. That made me the grand-father of my half-brother." ' "This was nothing until my wife and I had a son. Now the half-sister of my son, my stepmother, is also the Grandmother. This makes my father, the brother-in-law of my child, whose stepsister is my father's wife, I am my stepmother's brother-in-law, my wife is her own child's aunt, my son is my father's nephew & I am my OWN GRANDFATHER!" ' "And you think you have FAMILY PROBLEMS?!?!?!?" ' BBbbwwahahahahahahaha!!!! *Rubs tear from my eyes*
|W|P|112200767640282822|W|P|I know ... I know.....|W|P|7/22/2005 02:43:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Lao Chen|W|P|Yea...this one gets better if you slowly plod through the relationships.

Tedious, but worth the insight :)7/22/2005 02:46:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|Hahaha!!! I doubt it can get better than this, really...;)7/25/2005 02:01:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Balajoe|W|P|Haaaarrrhhh...you can so evil...reading this on a monday morning...just before a client's meeting...having a headache now

Just joking...still doing flowchart to figure it out7/22/2005 12:20:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
Wah......ever since I joined Malaysia Blogger Forum (thanks to Lilian), I've learnt a few new things..... :D Today, learnt how to STRIKEOUT strikeout words. It will look MORE dahsyat when the right time comes along for me to use it la. :) So happy la I......hehehehe!!! :D
See...? Takes so little to make me high happy. :D One day, I shall move on to Word Press once I sum up enough courage to do so. Still have to find out more about it. So ulu when it comes to blogging other than on blogger. Like the kinds of blogging styles lar, what is firefox la (dunno what the heck is that oso), Word Press lar (oso dunno what is that but the one thing I know is that a lot of people are talking abt it and migrating over to it....what is that lar??? Even 5xmom oso did that), how to create your own skin lar (no lar....not your skin skin....the blog skin - THAT one I know :D), macam-macam.....so you see, I have so much to learn and so can you. :D
Go to Malaysian Blogger Forum NOW!! :D And be educated. Hehehehe.....no regret wan.
Ps. LCF....am I doing a good publicity job or not har?? :D
|W|P|112200692414530007|W|P|Malaysia Blogger Forum|W|P|7/22/2005 01:16:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mumsgather|W|P|One of the things that I enjoy about blogging is messing around with my template. Can't seem to stop myself from getting new blog tools for my blog. Hahaha. Kiasu M'sian.7/22/2005 02:58:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous LcF|W|P|Thank you for highlight MalaysiaBloggers.com in your blog. I will give you free Google Adsense optimization lesson. ;)

(well, every MalaysiaBloggers.com member get that free lesson. :P )7/22/2005 03:03:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|MG : ya, i know wat u mean. i oso like doing that but then i will end up screwing it up n then have to re-do n start from square one. that was wat happened to my old format. but good oso lar. i prefer it this way. i'm trying to widen my posting part but still unsuccessful so i hope yee wei can share his success with me lor. ;)

LCF : really ar??? sure hor? then i will nu li promote the forum. hehehe!!! :P7/22/2005 03:30:00 PM|W|P|Blogger shells|W|P|eh eh i just joined as well!
=)7/22/2005 03:35:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|chelle : good, good!! ;)) hehehe....good luck with learning with the sifus.

lcf : tai kor....got commission for my recommendation or not har? :) lol...7/23/2005 12:55:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|eh how to strike out the words? i oso wanna learn!!! alwiz wanted to learn!! haha... im joining it now!!! here i come!!7/23/2005 10:49:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|shan : very easy nia.....:)

< del > word < / del>

be sure there are no spaces in between of course. :)7/21/2005 10:33:00 AM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
Shorty's got helluva way to make my day and reading this off her blog reminds me of what kids (and some adults) do when they KNOW they got a booger stuck up their noses and you JUST gotta get it out or else....... and dont you pretend you dont do it coz you KNOW you do. Which technique do you normally use??? :D HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!
*Please be warned that from here on, things will get DISGUSTING.*
(taken off Amara's site)
NOSE PICKING GLOSSARY (but before we begin: the true height of selfishness is picking your nose and eating it and NOT offering!)...yo, don't try to front like it's gloomy or gray. 'cuz we all pick our boogers some time of the day. whether out in the open, or on a sneak tip. With a finger, a tissue or even a Q-Tip.....go up your nose and pick yourself up a winner.
The Kiddie Pick
When you're by yourself adn uninhibitedly twist your forefinger into your nostril with childlike joy and freedom. And the best part is that there is no time limit
Camouflaged Kiddie Pick
When, in the presence of other people, you wrap your forefinger in a tissue. Then thurst it in deep and hold back a grin.
Fake Nose Scratch
When you make-believe you have got an itch but you're really trolling the nostril edge for stray boogers
Making A Meal Out Of It
You do it so furiously, and for so long, you're probably entitled for dessert.
Suprise Pickings
When a sneeze or laugh causes snot to come hurtling out of your nose, and you have to gracefully clean it of your shirt(if you can and it doesnt stick or STAIN your shirt)
Pick Your Brains
The kind done in private, where your finger goes in so far - it passes the septum
Pick and Roll
Pick & Flick (Added by yours truly)
You kinda (try to) do it in private and when you succeed in getting it out, someone you wanna get even with, walks by. You aim, then you do THE do. But sometimes you dont really aim to flick, just that the other person happened to walk by at the wrong time, and wrong place. *shrugs* Too bad, I'd say.
*My FAVOURTIE especially if I wanna get back at my sis!!! Haven't been that bad YET but darn it, my aiming is bad!!! Sigh.
Pick and Stick
You wanted to be a 'pick and flick' but it stubbornly clings to your fingertip.
The kind where you remove a piece of snot so big, it improves your breathing by like 90%.
|W|P|112191465187491973|W|P|Nose picking glossary|W|P|7/21/2005 11:16:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Bee-ryan|W|P|LOVE IT! I'm familiar with them all.7/21/2005 11:41:00 AM|W|P|Blogger im here somewhere|W|P|a friend of mine in grade school had a booger wall in her apartment. it was a little slice of a wall between two walls. she filled that thing up. im telling you, it was really nasty. and AND her mother never cleaned it off!we were not friends long.7/21/2005 11:43:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|brian : hahha!!! sir booger, i dub thee....;p

LRDQ : OMG...!!!! and i thot this ARTICLE was disgusting!!! am darn glad u arent friends yet - did it ever occur to u that she might actually try that 'pick & flick' trick at u???? lol...7/22/2005 06:36:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Bee-ryan|W|P|I once worked at a car dealership, and there was a bugger wall in the men's restroom. I later found out that it was our general sales manager who created the wall. I drove his truck once, and found them smeared on the steering wheel. I used to sit in the showroom and watch him pick his nose as well. Classic.7/22/2005 08:39:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|OMG...brian, seriously???? thats uber gross, man....YUCK!!!! n he's the sales GM?? talk abt 'personality' - uuggghhh!!!!7/22/2005 12:27:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Metria|W|P|Don't forget the drive-by pick, which is where you're stuck in a jam, look around, and see the guy in the car next to yours, picking away like there's no tomorrow. And no matter what you do, no matter how grossed out you are, when you've looked away, you'll always quickly look his way again, just to see if he's still doing it!7/22/2005 03:08:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|metria : damn!! how did i miss that hor? LOL!!! aiyoo.....as geli as it is, i KNOW i'd take a second look b4 i drive off - n thats MORE disgusting!! ;p7/21/2005 08:54:00 AM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
Going through BJ's post on cars and speed today, reminded me of what I saw early this morning on the way to work.
As I entered the the industrial estate, there was a LONG line of cars, at least 1km long. At first I thought there was some absurb police road block and I was thinking, 'Not at THIS time of the day, please!!! I'm gonna be late for work!!!!'. But the cars slowly inched along and the closer I got, the visible blinking/spinning red-yellow began to show. I knew from then on, it was an accident. I think what made matters worst was the fact that there were SO many 'spectators' PLUS all the drivers of the cars in line, stopped to take a peek (even yours truly) - I mean, how could I NOT? It was just THERE. No way I could have NOT seen what happened.
Well, actually I didn't see that much because I was rushing to get to office but the sight I saw was enough to remind me that I really don't need to speed and speed indeed KILLS. On the road, a body (so far unknown whether male or female but rumored to be a Malay woman since she was in a baju kurung) was lying obviously lifeless because it was covered with that infamous black plastic cover. It was quite a bad accident since *Details provided after this maybe grotesque to some. You have been informed* there was evidence of the body actually knocked down and then dragged on the road. VERY obvious trail of blood. And by evidence I mean, pieces of flesh (maybe even brains) and a whole lot of blood, as I mentioned earlier. I also believe that the victim was a motorcyclist as the helmet was knocked off and the vehicle who hit her, was a Satria.
I'm not here to blame this accident and say that the cause of this accident was speed but I'm pretty sure that it was, seeing that this road is a long stretch of straight road without any road bumps and we know how *some* people LOVE speed and fast driving (not necessarily safe though). On the other hand, I could also blame the motorcyslist for being careless like how MOST motorcyclists are. Like how they behave recklessly on the road as if they owned the road or better yet, that 'my grandfather's road' syndrome. You've seen it, I've seen it - we're ALL seen it. Who's really at fault - I really don't know, at least not at this point. *Poor body is STILL lying on the road, for pete's sake!!*
Bottom line is, some of us may love speed and driving fast, some of us drive slow, and we may all think that we are safe drivers. But seriously, I really don't believe in such a thing. We may be careful but when the other is not, and that still leaves us at risk. The ability to drive fast, long distance or whatever will not guarantee you a safe journey if other drivers on the road are reckless. And now that I've run of things to say, I'm not really sure what my points is BUT all I know is, speed is SO not good.
And frankly, why do people feel the need to drive fast in the first place???? *sigh*
Edited to add : After reading Shan's comment, I kinda realise that Hitz.fm is doing a good job on their advert about speed driving. How a master's graduate wastes his life away by speeding n getting killed on the road n how his loved ones find his mangled body infested with flies like a roadkill...VERY strong approach but VERY good move. Sometimes people don't realise the impact or consequences they have to face because they don't really realise the actually outcome. Only when highlighted, will people take note.
|W|P|112190947333406956|W|P|A horrid way to start the morning|W|P|7/21/2005 01:36:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Balajoe|W|P|Normally slow down to check the "number" for 4D7/21/2005 01:42:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|very funny lar.....there's a DEAD body on the road n u want me to slow down n take number???? siao!!!

;p so pitiful...imagine the family's loss...kids, husband/wife. aiyoo.....terrible lar. :(7/21/2005 04:25:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Balajoe|W|P|When it is time to go, no one can do anything. I myself have cursed some many drivers to die of horric death because they are such a danger to other motorist because of road hogging, speeding, careless driving. Hehehe7/21/2005 04:38:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|ya, i know....but that doesnt mean that u should escalate your expiry date here on earth right?

i finally found out who that poor soul was...:( a guard from one of the factories here on her way back home after her night shift.7/21/2005 07:06:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|shitsssssssss....... now i dun really wanna speed much. been tryin to cut down quite abit after continuosly hearing this "speed kills" add on "Hitz.fm". RIP woman!!7/22/2005 08:41:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|shan : o yea....tell me abt it. i think that hitz.fm advert is VERY good. kinda sticks to ur head - i mean, i think that it would only work on ppl who are actually conscious of their actions though. dont really work on those kepala batu/keras hati kind...hehehehe!!!7/20/2005 11:41:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
SS coffee mug sitting prettily on my table in the office. :D
The 3 cute fridge magnets N bought for me from Moscow, Russia - to be added unto the the ULTIMATE collection.
The ultimate fridge magnet collection and my current craze. :D
|W|P|112187456580871666|W|P|My gifts and current craze :P|W|P|7/23/2005 12:31:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous SS|W|P|Glad u like it Piggy...
muakss.. its difficult to get somthing for a girl who has everything ;-)7/20/2005 11:22:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
A wonderful view of sunrise greets up on Sunday morning. *sigh*
Isn't it a wonder that the sun NEVER fails to shine every morning?
A view from our room at the 26th floor.
The bath tub/jacuzzi which suffered the weight of 3 baby elephants.
|W|P|112187406436424955|W|P|Pictures from the 'dahsyat weekend'! :D|W|P|7/21/2005 01:40:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Lao Chen|W|P|Three of you managed to get into this tub? That amazing. The elephants must be really really tiny or something.

BTW, is this the hotel with a pool at the roof that looked it was at the edge of the building? The window by the tub looks familiar. I think the blinds open out into the main room area at the bed.7/21/2005 11:12:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|i dunno how we did it but we sure did. LOL!! we arent that tiny, i can ASSURE u that. just a matter of arranging and re-arranging and re-arranging and re-arranging until half the water kept spilling over n we had to keep adding more!! :P

its Northam Hotel...in Gurney area. rumoured to have the LARGEST tub in town n most likely why most of my ang moh frens like to go there. all huge-huge ppl. haha!! :)7/20/2005 01:07:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
Got this in the mail today, I seem to be getting many insipiring articles/documents in my inbox lately. Maybe people are getting more inspired as the world nears its end. *shudders to think about it* Then again, when WILL the world end OR on a different note, will it EVER end? ' The Holy Alphabets (Nicely penned down in my fav writing style - a POEM) :D ' A lthough things are not perfect B ecause of trial or pain C ontinue in thanksgiving D o not begin to blame E ven when the times are hard F ierce winds are bound to blow G od is forever able H old on to what you know I magine life without His love J oy would cease to be K eep thanking Him for all the things L ove imparts to thee M ove out of "Camp Complaining" N o weapon that is known O n earth can yield the power P raise can do alone Q uit looking at the future R edeem the time at hand S tart every day with worship T o "thank" is a command U ntil we see Him coming V ictorious in the sky W e'll run the race with gratitude X alting God most high Y es, there'll be good times and yes some will be bad, but... Z ion waits in glory...where none are ever sad! ' It is true that I am too blessed to be stressed. Despite being a typical Catholic who continues to sin, each and everyday...the one thing I realise is that the shortest distance between a problem and a solution is the distance between my knees and the floor. ' For the one who kneels to the Lord can stand up to anything. Indeed, it is easier said that done but God gave me the strength to fight the fight and push temptations away as it rears its ugly head at me every hour, every day. I do not pray for my problems to go away, I pray for the strength to fight those problem today and to be stronger to face worst problems in the future. ' And this I learnt not from the Bible but from a good friend who has indeed been forced to face numerous problems which are FAR beyond my comprehension but can still smile and be happy despite it all. What more someone like me? '
|W|P|112183674334219625|W|P|When my faith falters...|W|P|7/20/2005 02:01:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Y1|W|P|press on and walk on fren...7/20/2005 02:20:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|thanks y!...;)7/19/2005 03:54:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|

Can someone PLEASE tell me who this hunk of a guy is coz' DARN IT, my pc's beginning to melt since I first laid my eyes on him.....*blissfully sighs* ' Ps. Thank YOU, Sha....for making me drool like this on my keyboard, now I'm gonna get electrocuted for NO reason....haiyoola!!!
~bbbzzzzzzzzzzz....ppssttt~ Now look what happened!!! My hair's frizzled too.
*still sighing blissfully*
|W|P|112176002279052610|W|P|This Guy Won `The Best Good Looking Guy in the World` Title|W|P|7/19/2005 04:12:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Sha|W|P|Ooooooohhhhhhh.. TELL ME BOUT IT!!!
Neway, U are most welcome...

*sigh* *bigger sigh*7/19/2005 05:05:00 PM|W|P|Blogger @me|W|P|Oh..MY GOSH!!! He is making me WEAK on my knees!!
That last pic..that smile ..that smile..*melted*7/19/2005 05:09:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|haiyooo!! tell me abt it *shakes head* so gorgeous...i just hope he aint gay or worse still....*shivers* dare not even mention the thought!!! :(7/19/2005 11:23:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Lao Chen|W|P|Hmm...you are wierd. I'm not feeling a thing. What about this staring business and weak knees and...

Oh wait. I'm a male. :p

Sorry, just had to do it.7/20/2005 08:21:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|hahaha!! u'r funny yee wei...:)

you're male alright. straight as straight could ever be. :D

either that, or u're just not in TOUCH with ur hidden feminine side. lol!! *jgn marah2 nanti cepat tua!!*7/20/2005 12:11:00 PM|W|P|Blogger thefirstChristmas|W|P|I dont know who he is but chances are he's GAY. muahahahaha.7/20/2005 12:30:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|yup...thats wat i was n still am thinking. :) sad isnt it. hhmmm....must write post on my thots abt gays n lesbians. after all, since i already got the ball rolling with my bondage post. hehehehe!! :D

funny leh, no response wor...*scratches head*7/20/2005 01:54:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Balajoe|W|P|Hmmm...looks a bit like me except for the green t-shirt...ha ha ha7/20/2005 03:06:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|WAH!!! really arrr...?? *stops self from drooling even more*

then i MUST get u a green t-shirt la. hehehe!!! ;p7/20/2005 08:49:00 PM|W|P|Blogger ShiningTed|W|P|:-O So bad!!! Will now look for 'Best Looking GIRL in the World'!! Won't stop til I find her either.

O wait - she is in north Malaysia [blush]7/19/2005 12:23:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
Wahlau!!! What a weekend.....so dasyat until I had to wait till now to write about it. Too busy at work and hardly had time to curi-curi write in the office. Too long a story. :D
Since I still had my cash vouchers for Northam Hotel, I decided to take my 2 best buddies from college, SS & N and have us a jolly good time. SS arrived from Klang early Saturday morning (try 1am for early) and I fetched her at Juru toll and we were to meet N in Penang that afternoon. Her cravings for Penang food must have really been BAD for the first thing she said in the morning was, 'Let's go for breakfast la!! Please la......please la. I miss Penang food. Please la....' - gosh, talk about desperate for food. LOL!! So, the first thing we did was go for dim sum with mum and SS.
We shot off for Penang right after brekkie to meet N at the hotel. For me, the last time I saw N was last year when he came down for the holidays from Moscow. Being the sweety he is, he brought me loads of postcards, phonecards and pictures. And since he still is a sweety, this time, he brought me THREE fridge magnets!! WOOOHOOOO!!! Happy Yvy! :D And for SS, the last time she met him was some 7 years ago while we were all still in college (GAWD, that kinda makes me feel darn freaking OLD!) and you can imagine the amount of noise these people made when they saw each other!!! OMG......like some major headless chicken party going on!!! Lol.
Immediately after checking in, we sat our sweet-selves down and began updating each other. But seeing that we hadn't had lunch yet and these people where like craving for Penang food (maklumla SS was living ALL her life in Penang but just moved to Klang recently and N's been in Russia for the past year), we raced to the nearest nasi kandar shop, Khaleel along Gurney Drive and I bet food never tasted so heavenly to them up till that point. You could actually hear them sigh blissfully after each mouthful of nasi kandar - crazy people! As for me, no big deal la...have one right in town, some 5 minutes away from home. Before long , we were all stuffed. After that, we went to One Stop to....what else, visit my FAV stop lot - Chameleon. Those Penangites will know why....heheh, need no introduction. We spent quite some time at One Stop looking at costume jewellery and stuff. And was almost teatime by the time we left. As we were walking to my car, something glittering shone in my eyes. I looked down and couldn't believe my eyes - 3 rings!! 3 gold rings...I bent down, (had to dig a bit) and scooped up the rings. They were PURE gold! We quickly jumped into the car and all of us were chattering at once. All I heard was, 'Yada, yada...rings, bla bla bla, heavy, bla bla bla....'. It went on a while until I decided to stop it. We weren't even sure if they were gold or not until N took a close look and saw that it was - 916. Not bad I was thinking, I didn't really know what to do with it. I'd be stupid to give it up at the police station - I bet the policemen would have thought that I was some stupid nut to give up something like that. Anyways, called my mum and told her about it.
She, of course was hyper excited about the whole thing. But I told her that it may not be gold. Just in case. Malula if its not, right? Anyway, right after that piece of adventure, we made out way to Sam's Batik House at Penang Road. What a WONDERFUL place!!!! If you're into East India/British India type of clothes, this is the place to be at. Same kinda style and taste but at half or less than half the price!! I finally bought me my 'fisherman's pants' but they call it 'happy pants'. Well, I'm not complaining coz it made me happy since I finally found a pair which was at a reasonable price after MANY MANY years. :D Happy Yvy!! Definitely on my shopping list for clothes next time. Right after Sam's, we HAD to have more food. We crossed over to Kayu Nasi Kandar and had teh tarik (what's new for me) and SS ordered roti tisu (Made using the roti canai flour but spread out VERY VERY thinly before cooking and once cooked, its rolled up and sweetened condensed milk is poured slightly at the top to give it some sweetness) . When the waiter brought it, I swear I wished I brought my camera. The roti was HUGE......SUPER DUPER HUGE! It was so HIGH/TALL whatever you wanna call it. At least 2 feet long.......at least! I was speechless for a moment, but burst out laughing coz I couldn't take the SHOCKED look on SS face. She looked at me, looked at the roti and back at me, speechless!! A real classic look, if only my camera was with me, IF ONLY. Sigh.
After mu-mum, we went back to the hotel and did ourselves a fashion show. Me parading in my happy pants, N in his chinese kung fu suit (he bought 2 pairs) and SS in her fringe wrap around skirt. And then, we talked and we talked and we talked......we talked for at least 4 hours before we realized that we hadn't had dinner yet. So we got off our butts and made our way to where else but Northam Beach Cafe. I just cant get over how good the oysters are there. Of course I recommended it and we of course had it together with some loh bak, satay and ikan bakar (spicy grilled fish). We were eating like as if there was no tomorrow. There goes my dairy diet out the window and into the sea by Gurney Drive. Sigh. By the time we finished out food and went back to the hotel, its was already late, about 11.30pm or so. The thought of clubbing crossed our minds but to think that by the time we get dressed up and pretty ourselves, it would be too late so we did the next best thing - jump into the jacuzzi in the room!! Yup...its true, we were crazy and small enough (NOT!) to fit into the jacuzzi. Its true that Northam has the LARGEST bath tub of all and darn it, we had to make FULL use of it. Was so funny to see 3 baby elephants stuffing themselves in that large tub, but when all's said and done, it was fun. And that was the only thing that mattered to us. :D We only went to bed at about 2am.
The next day after having brekkie in the hotel, I extended out room to 6pm so we would have the whole day to ourselves. By the time we got dressed and ready to go out, it was ALMOST lunch time but since we weren't that hungry, we just got into the car and started driving around. Not really knowing where to go, we decided to go for lunch somewhere in Green Lane and we had the famous chee cheong fun. I really didn't expect it to be good but man, it was DELICIOUS!!!! Must eat again. :D After 'lunch', we decided to go to the beach but along the way, it started to drizzle but we took our chances and well, it was a good decision. The weather was perfect and we found a super spot just behind Naza Hotel. The beach was empty so we were pretty much alone except for maybe 2 kids running around and this old man who kept walking up and down the beach collecting mussels (?). Well, it looked like mussels to me anyway, really huge mutated ones too. I was thinking how nice it would be if he could pick up the rubbish that he saw and ignorantly passed by as he walked up and down the beach collecting his loot. Sigh.
We lepak-ed there till about 3.30pm when it started to get dark. We quickly packed up and headed back to Northam to start packing up to check out at 6pm. By 6pm, we were out of the hotel and still craving for food (Yes, I'll admit it. We REALLY went on an eating binge. Really.) , we ended up in where else but Gurney Drive. Not being a fan of laksa, I found myself looking forward to eating it and after arguing which shop was nicer, N won and we had his choice of laksa and SS had her fav, lok-lok (assortment of fish balls, innards, tofu & cockels cooked in boiling water, drained dry and dipping sauce is given OR poured on top). Then it started to drizzle again. :( We hurried through our food only to realize that we got conned by the rain. But not willing to take the risk of it actually pouring down and still not satisfied with the food (are you even surprised???), we drove to Penang Road and down Dato' Koyah to have SS's roti john (SS and her rotis!! Roti John is a hot dog bun flattened out, with a piece of burger meat on top of the bun and 2 bull's eye eggs on top of the meat). Darn good to eat too!! We went our separate ways at 8pm. N pushed off for home and the both of us, towards Juru toll to wait for her pal to fetch her.
I finally reached home at 11pm, poop-ed but very happy and satisfied. Never realize how fast time flew by and the amount of food I consumed!! *shakes head* But its not often and somehow, that is my only consolation. I'm planning to meet up with N before he leaves for Moscow this Sunday and SS is planning to come down again in September for my birthday. I better start losing the weight I put on over the weekend before SS comes over coz I just KNOW I'm gonna get stuffed again!! Lol......Was a GREAT WEEKEND!!
Ps. SS got me a gift - a nice big coffee mug for office and I'm using it now. :D Happy Yvy!!
Pps. Remember those gold rings I found, I (my mum actually, I just tumpang only) bought the lottery and I......STRUCK!!!!! WOOHOOOO......not much la, but still....WOOOOHOOOOO!!! :D VERY VERY happy Yvy!! :D Second time lucky....don't really buy numbers, but sometimes once a green moon, just try my luck la. If and only if something strikes my mind. Otherwise, I find it really a waste of money. Don't make it a habit.
|W|P|112175211336319647|W|P|Dahsyat weekend!!|W|P|7/19/2005 04:10:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous SS|W|P|Heeeeeeeheheheh!!! *blush*
Piggy, I just love this.. U wrote everything needed to be written bout our trip.. What i'm gonna do is just print our this page n add it to my memory lane items. Hehehehe! And... Thanx for remindin me bout da 'FOOD' k' Ooooohhh... the fried oysterrrrrrrrr... *sigh* *sigh* Heheheh!
Felt like was 18 again :) ... Now i cant wait to get my butt back there ... Rombe Thanks for the wonderful trip Piggy.. Love u lots and always!!
PS: U too 'N' my fren.. really glad u cud make it!
Muakkkss!!7/19/2005 11:02:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Lao Chen|W|P|Envy envy envy. I miss penang, and the very natural tour of interesting food bits. It sure sounds like an extraordinarily great weekend for you. Meeting up with friends, and then that strokes of luck...7/20/2005 08:22:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|o it was indeed!! one of those days in life where you'll b talking abt to your grand kiddies, sitting on a rocking chair in the porch. ;p

that jacuzzi stunt is DEFINTIELY on the list, i tells ya!! :D7/20/2005 12:05:00 PM|W|P|Blogger thefirstChristmas|W|P|how on earth can 3 people fit into a jacuzzi??7/20/2005 12:07:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|TFC : hahahaha!!! :P thats the beauty of it la. why dont u try n see if u can magically fit in 3 ppl or not? but i didnt say COMFORTABLY fit in, ok? just fit in. :P7/18/2005 10:16:00 AM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
I always tell myself that I'm always up to learning new things everyday. Well, guess what?? This just in the mail and I have been educated on the realy meanings behind these COMMON words :- ' 1. MOPED is the short term for 'Motorized Pedaling'. *Haven't even heard the word MOPED nor used in it this context. I used to think moped was something like walking around upset. O well, goes to show... 2. POP MUSIC is 'Popular Music' shortened. 3. BUS is the short term for 'Omnibus' that means everybody. *Really?? HHmmm.... 4. FORTNIGHT comes from 'Fourteen Nights' (Two Weeks). 5. DRAWING ROOM was actually a 'withdrawing room' where people withdrew after Dinner. Later the prefix 'with' was dropped. 6. NEWS refers to information from Four directions : N, E, W and S. *This is nice. 7. AG-MARK, which some products bear, stems from 'Agricultural Marketing'. *Huh? 8. JOURNAL is a diary that tells about 'Journey for a day' during each day's business. 9. QUEUE comes from 'Queen's Quest'. Long back a long row of people as waiting to see the Queen. Someone made the comment Queen's Quest. *Hhhmmmm....didn't quite get this though. :( 10. TIPS come from 'To Insure Prompt Service'. In olden days to get Prompt service from servants in an inn, travelers used to drop coins in a Box on which was written 'To Insure Prompt Service'. This gave rise to the custom of Tips. 11. JEEP is a vehicle with unique Gear system. It was invented during World War II (1939-1945). It was named 'General Purpose Vehicle (GP)'. GP was changed into JEEP later.
And thanks to Chelle, I just HAD to get myself into this. From the looks of things, I think my closet's slowly becoming smaller by the day. :D
*Not telling you my score though.....heh. :p
|W|P|112165300156508504|W|P|Did you know.....|W|P|7/18/2005 06:11:00 PM|W|P|Blogger shells|W|P|muahahaha oey!! tell me lah. hahaha. i wont tell neone.7/18/2005 11:36:00 PM|W|P|Blogger ShiningTed|W|P|Not 'moped' baby, as in to mope around - 'moped' (pronounced 'mow-ped') is a brand name for them funny little pseudo-motor cycles every one in Malaysia rides! (With their jackets on backwards, no less ;-))7/19/2005 08:48:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|chelle : cannot....*shy la* HAHAHAHAHA!!!! ;)

teddy : rrrrrrrrrrreally? well, tq you baby for enlightenning me. :"> i really didnt know that. o well, learnt ANOTHER new thing today. see? it really does work. ;D7/15/2005 02:09:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
Wah....!!!! My (distant) cousins are going places!!!! Don't pray-pray Fuhyooo....I'm SO proud of them. :D ' If only you guys could hear them, WOW!!! Be sure to check them out. Their band is called Exit31. Based in Netherlands but darn it, THEY ARE GOING PLACES!! '' I'm just so exited and happy for them. I wish I could congratulate them in personal. Miss them all so much!! Its been 3 years since I last saw them. And when I was in Holland (in 2002), I attended one of their gigs - EXCELLENT showmanship!! Damn happening!!
These guys have come a LONG LONG way to where they are today. All that hard work finally paid off - they FINALLY did it!!! WATCH OUT WORLD, HERE THEY COME!!!!! '
; I never EVER doubted you guys.....and you darn well know it!! :D Can't wait for you guys to get your cute butts over to Malaysia, man!!! WOOOHOOOOO!!!


*ppsssttt.....that's Ivo in the front. He's got the CUTEST nose you've ever seen. I like his nose. ~giggle, giggle~

|W|P|112140808210312501|W|P|FAMOUS!!!!|W|P|7/15/2005 04:26:00 PM|W|P|Blogger matakecil|W|P|wow cool!!! your distant cousins? congrats to them and all the best. cheers :)7/15/2005 04:35:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|;)) thanks!! they will need all the support they can get. i tried to get their songs to play on hitz.fm. i even sent in their CD but hits said tak ngam. that particular song too many f-words. so after bleeping, too much gone so bye-bye cd lor. ;(

hopefully now, they are a lot better. havent heard their new album yet. heard its coming out in august. cant wait! cant wait!! :D7/15/2005 08:12:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Lao Chen|W|P|Mmm...you know the overused cliche which says something about success will reveal a lot of relatives?
Success is relative- the more successful you are, the more relatives you have


But this particular relative is quite helpful, unlike those in cliches that come and hang onto success. All the best to them.7/15/2005 09:27:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|wah yee wei....being sarcastic huh? *waves finger at yee wei* nvr mind...nvr mind...you can think however u want, these boys know the truth. its enough for me. *humph* :D lol...im not like that one.7/16/2005 12:17:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Shanker|W|P|eh!! notice the changes in ur layout but where's the tagboard?? macam mana nak kacau u?7/16/2005 03:09:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Lao Chen|W|P|Oops...din't mean any bad. My apologies. *bow slightly, retreating*7/16/2005 05:02:00 PM|W|P|Blogger sonia|W|P|Ooh. I think u might need to meet them discreetly the next time (when they become real famous). Hehehe..

Btw, I agree that poetry not really exposed (in school) to us, Malaysians. And I'm not into poetry becos I don't think I can write or express myself thru poems and such.

And, u took off ur CBOX?

sonia @turtletotty7/18/2005 08:49:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|shan : yalar....when i put in the adsense thingy, everything went gila a bit. so had no choice but to RE-DO the whole thing. sigh. so now have to get back my cbox la.

not many ppl using it so i thot it was a waste of time la. but since YOU specially requsted it back. i'll put it back lor. heheh ;p

yee wei : dont worry la, yee wei!! just kidding only. but i do understand what u mean. ;) no worries, mate...

sonia : yah!! u might nvr know. they just signed their FIRST recording deal!!! WOOOHOOOO!!!! so excited la!! n yup, i'll put the cbox in provided u all must talk to me lar.....;p7/14/2005 05:46:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
Hehe....this is not usual my cuppa but I couldn't help but wonder if our Malaysian community have such interesting lifestyles. O yea, you have LOADS of blogs online which are erotica based (the usual wham, bam, thank you ma'am action) and I can even list down a few for you but that would take the fun out of actually taking the time to search for them in the firs place, no? :) Anyway, I was just going through my other frequent 'hang-out' which is at NV and one of the groups had this description on what bondage is all about. In general that means BDSM (Bondage, discipline, sadomasochism). ' I think many people out there are interested in this but are just too shy to come out and say it. And even if they were practising it (behind closed doors I hope), I bet no mention of is ever done outside. I wonder why? Is it wrong? Is it disgusting? Is it so horrible? Is it degrading? I don't think so....I personally think that its because of our mindset. I think we are somehow programmed, moulded to think that this act of 'violence' is something out of the normal, something not Malaysianised and shouldn't be practiced by us Malaysians. I also think its because we are not daring enough to go forth and try new things, be different. Frankly, I really cant think of any other valid reason. By the way, I do not think that BDSM is a western culture (I do have to research this bit a little more so I"ll keep you updated on it) so you cannot blame them nor start to point finger either. I'll admit that I've stumbled upon a couple of x- rated blogs and even read them. But let me tell you, its all the same ol' thing. Just differently written, a little twist here and there especially where location is concerned, and that's about it. Even under a pseudonym, there is no mention of bondage. Funny innit? I'm REALLY curious to know why....why the secrecy? Or why isn't it practiced? ' I'll also admit that I cant help but be fascinated by the whole art of bondage but at the same time, it really scares the crap out of me! I think its really great to be able to incorporate different types of playtime in any love making sessions (note that I said LOVE MAKING and not sex coz I think its REALLY 2 different acts all together no matter WHAT your definitions is). I wished I could say that I had the chance to experience this but sadly, I have none. And I don't really know if I'll ever sum up the courage to plunge into it when the time comes. But its really funny how a little pain is always pleasurable and in a strange and bizarre way, heightens our senses (Info gathered thanks to a VERY dependable source) . I'm not sure HOW or WHY this happens but it does.... :D ' Anyway, before things get a wee bit out of hand, I'm-a signing off with a little insight of what bondage is all about. If you've tried it, would love to hear about it. :P
Bondage Lovers!
Bondage is where one person is restrained by another and usually at their mercy. Once a person is restrained, a number of other sexually arousing activities may follow, which can range from tickling and feathers to various forms of punishment incorporating paddles, whips, nipple clamps, and other devices. For the most part, bondage and associated activities are a stylized form of fantasy play, where the bondage role players often negotiate ahead of time the rules of the bondage fantasy play so that the bondage or BDSM activities remain consensual between the partners. Often the participants in bondage play create a safeword to indicate that the dominatrix has pushed the limits of the submissive. A safeword is a word that is out of context with the fantasy bondage scene and has a definite meaning of "STOP". Typically, one safeword is used to end the bondage playing, while another is used to tone things down in the bondage fantasy. Safewords are very important part of bondage or bdsm play, and must be taken seriously. It is important during bondage play to make sure that your partner is not so tightly bound that their circulation is cut off and just in case the bondage play becomes too intense or painful, have a pair of scissors on hand to cut your bondage partner free quickly. Try to avoid bondage play that ties things around the neck and never cover the mouth or nose in a way that could impair breathing. The number one reported cause of injury during bondage play is falling due to an inability to break one's fall. With a little common sense, bondage can be a safe and arousing form of play. Bondage or any other BDSM activities should be introduced slowly into your sex play. Try starting with simple bondage using soft materials (such as soft rope or fleece padded cuffs) where arms are perhaps secured behind their back. If the bondage fantasy was mutually enjoyed, experiment with more elaborate bondage, such as securing arms and legs. From that point perhaps incorporate bondage to a stationary object such as a bed or perhaps introduce a blindfold. Building trust for this type of bondage play is essential, and you should not rush into serious bondage play if your partner is not willing. '
Ps. Ok, I'll 'fess up - just ONE site ; ) '
|W|P|112133534290051752|W|P|Go play far far...for adults only.|W|P|7/14/2005 06:48:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous balajoe|W|P|Brave topic indeed!

That one in ur blog is Malaysian blog? (hmmm...may need to add that in my Part 2 list). The best blog that I have come across on the "subject" without going into details but providing it in a "poetry like" blog is God's wife (http://shirleyshave.blogspot.com/). I read it and I felt "Shirley"'s pain (did I really said what I think I have just said!)7/14/2005 08:48:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Balajoe|W|P|ok...saw it...not Malaysian Blog (no wonder)7/15/2005 08:11:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|of course la not msian blog. thats why i put it there. n also the reason why i wrote abt this in the first place. everyone so shy shy but fuhyoo....talk abt THEIR lifestyle like as if la they are the only ones at it. the only difference is they pen it down for the world to see but its all the same. nothing out of the normal. so why wanna give out 'normal' erotica blogs? they are SO common....something like this is DIFFERENT. wouldn't u agree? ;D7/14/2005 08:15:00 AM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
I was going through Sharon's blog and stumbled upon a particular post about how some of her poems got rejected by the publisher. You know, this is EXACTLY the reason why I dont think I would ever have the guts to try and get my poems published. What if people laughed at them? What if I'm not good enough for the publishers? I find it so hard to better myself at poetry because I have no means of doing it. I want to know what I've done wrong so that I can continue to improve myself. I look at it as an on-going process. How I started writing...heh, just because I was under severe depression.
I've been (accidently) writing poems since 2003 after a pretty bad break up and was sourcing for ways to express my anger, sadness, heartache, relief - pretty much whatever I felt at the point of my life and I suddenly realise that the best way was to pen them down. Suprisingly, it worked wonders for my soul and particularly my mental state as I was able to let it all out. I really felt good after that and till today, I still write out my feelings, be it happy thoughts, sad thoughts, whatever I feel inside. It's really good - you should try it some day. And NO, poetry is NOT sissy. I know lots of people think that, I used to be one of those people until I realise the positive effect it had on me and how powerful some poems can be. The pen is mightier than the sword.
Sadly, I've also noticed that the Malaysian community is not really into poetry. And like what Sharon mentioned to me, it is most likely because it is not being exposed to the children at school. Children can write such beautiful poem, very sweet, direct and innocent ones. One such child was Mattie Stepanek. He wrote lots of poems in his short life time. Today, although he's gone 'home', his poems still remain very much alive.
It's about time we change our mindset.
Heartsong I have a song, deep in my heart,
And only I can hear it.
If I close my eyes and sit very still
It is so easy to listen to my song.
When my eyes are open and
I am so busy and moving and busy,
If I take time and listen very hard,
I can still hear my Heartsong.
It makes me feel happy.
Happier than ever.
Happier than everywhere
And everything and everyone
In the whole wide world
Happy like thinking about
Going to Heaven when I die.
My Heartsong sounds like this: I love you! I love you!
How happy you can be!
How happy you can make
The whole world be!
And sometimes it's other
Tunes and words, too,
But it always sings the
Same special feeling to me.
It makes me think of Jamie, and Katie and Stevie,
And other wonderful things.
This is my special song.
But do you know what?
All people have a special song
Inside their hearts!
Everyone in the whole wide world
Has a special Heartsong.
If you believe in magical, musical hearts,
And if you believe you can be happy,
Then you, too, will hear your song. March 1996© Matthew Joseph Thaddeus
|W|P|112130236964254601|W|P|Why like that?|W|P|7/14/2005 08:58:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Metria|W|P|Don't be afraid of rejection. Many bestselling authors today went through rejections before hitting the big time. Even JK Rowling had her first Harry Potter book rejected by a few publishers, I hear.
Poetry comes from the heart, and is very personal to the author. If others don't like it, so be it, but you should never be afraid of what other people would think of it.
I love writing, and completed some short stories, and all got rejected. But that's ok, I just keep trying :) Also wrote a poem a long time ago, in the early 90s, and my sisters loved it, but I didn't show it to anyone else because I was embarrassed. Now I've lost the poem and I truly regret it.7/14/2005 09:04:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|hi metria! thanks for the encouragement. :) a lot of ppl out there, even in blogger have a lot of hidden talent. many of them write superb poems like oshun, desiderata, sharon...i bet MANY more (just havent checked them out yet). i wished there was somewhere Malaysian poets could get together n do something about our hidden talents. u know?

one day, i guess. :)7/14/2005 09:06:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Metria|W|P|Well, why not get the ball rolling? Organise some poetry nights or something? :) Someone has to take the first step, maybe you can!7/14/2005 09:15:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|hehehe....thats a great idea metria, REALLY. :D but not where i live la. i'm in an ULU place. if i was in penang or kl. it might just work but not here la. :(7/14/2005 11:49:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous Balajoe|W|P|Don't be discouraged...it is just that Malaysians are not accustomed to "poetry". Blame it on our education system if you will. I still remember during my English clasess, poetry was boring (no kidding) and the teacher will just by-pass it for more "important" subject.

Keep up your creativity and perhaps one day, there will be a chance for publication. If you really want to attract Malaysians to love poetry, do one using Malaysian themes...that's how "Malaysian Pantun" is getting along these days.7/14/2005 12:17:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|malaysian theme's huh? not sure how to incorporate durians n nasi lemak into my poems. ;) but i could but try. hehehe....thanks for the encouragement BJ...such a sweety. :D7/14/2005 02:56:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Metria|W|P|Nasi lemak is good
Best type of Malaysian food
Durians not so sedap
And smelly like cempedak

hehe7/14/2005 04:00:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|wah metria....so clever la u!!! *claps* dahsyat betui....

Sambai petai, how i love the spice
but man, the smell can kill all mice
belacan, belacan, you & kangkong
what a pair, i surely sokong!

:D7/14/2005 05:40:00 PM|W|P|Blogger bibliobibuli|W|P|I have lots to write stemming from your comments - maybe not all in one go though ... I think there are lots of writers out there with the same concerns!

But rejection is part of the game, and no-one laughs at you ... except for the critic who sits inside your head.

You need to take small steps to gain confidence first before sending out work ... but when you have that confidence you just see rejection as part of the process and don't get defeated by it.7/14/2005 06:05:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|:D thanks sharon. i'm really looking forward to what u have to say. so i'll b watching u site like a hawk! :P7/15/2005 11:39:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Lao Chen|W|P|Hello,

I would recomend this site that would help you improve your writing. www.writing.com
Sign up for free and you can have a portfolio of up to 5 items. Look around for forums/lists where you put yout item up for review. THese review forums are very helpful. THis particular site has a sort etiquitte that reviews are constructive and useful. Go have a look!7/15/2005 02:15:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|thanks yee wei!! appreciate it a lot. :) *hugs*7/13/2005 02:09:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
I'm actually quite scared to grow old. Not because of the attack of wrinkles all over my face, sagging skin all over, flabby bye-bye arms and worst of all, saggy boobs - ok, maybe I am scared shit about all the above as well but what's worst is the thought that my kids (if I have any) will dump me in an old folks home when I get old and feeble. *sigh* I know some of you out there WANT to be put there because you dont want to trouble your kids, just like my mum. She told me that she wants me to put her in an old folks home when she gets really old so that she wont be of any trouble to me and my sis.....CRAZY OR WHAT???!?!? That inhumane thought has NEVER once crossed my mind. I'd rather get a maid to look after her and have her at our own home rather than her staying in a nursing home where I know for a fact that she would NEVER feel comfy and not only that, there is no guarantee that they will indeed take good care of her. As children, I seriously think that its a really horrid act to dump our parents in a nursing home when they get old. After all my parents went through for me and bringing me up to where I am today, not to mention all the sacrifices and the going to bed late and getting up early to get me ready for school. Paying for every single thing I owned.....I could never have the heart to put her in a nursing home. No way.....
And when its my turn.....I think I'll do exactly what this lady did.
*Although its from an email, it sure as hell beats living in a nursing home!!* :D
' Retirement Option - definitely something I will look into ONE day.
' About 2 years ago my friend and I were on a cruise through the Western Mediterranean aboard a Princess liner. At dinner we noticed an elderly lady sitting alone along the rail of the grand stairway in the main dining room. I also noticed that all the staff, ships officers, waiters, busboys, etc., all seemed very familiar with this lady. I asked our waiter who the lady was, expecting to be told she owned the line, but he said he only knew that she had been on board for the last four cruises, back to back.
' As we left the dining room one evening I caught her eye and stopped to say hello. We chatted and I said, "I understand you've been on this ship for the last four cruises". She replied, "Yes, that's true." I stated, "I don't understand" and she replied, without a pause, "It's cheaper than a nursing home".
So, that being the case, there will be no nursing home in my future. When I get old and feeble, I am going to get on a Princess Cruise ship. The average cost for a nursing home is $200 per day. I have checked on reservations at Princess and I can get a long term discount and senior discount price of $135 per day. That leaves $65 a day for: ' 1. Gratuities which will only be $10 per day. And the rest can be put into the slot machines. 2. I will have as many as 10 meals a day if I can waddle to the restaurant, or I can have room service (which means I can have breakfast in bed every day of the week). 3. Princess has as many as three swimming pools, a workout room, free washers and dryers, and shows every night.
4. They have free toothpaste and razors, and free soap and shampoo. 5. They will even treat you like a customer, not a patient. An extra $5 worth of tips and your casino winnings will have the entire staff scrambling to help you. 6. I will get to meet new people every 7 or 14 days. 7. TV. broken? Light bulb needs changing? Need to have the mattress replaced? No problem! They will fix everything and apologize for your inconvenience. 8. Clean sheets and towels every day, and you don't even have to ask for them. 9. If you fall in the nursing home and break a hip you are on Medicare; if you fall and break a hip on the Princess ship they will upgrade you to a suite for the rest of you life. ' Now hold on for the best! ' Do you want to see South America, the Panama Canal, Tahiti, Australia, New Zealand,Asia, or name where you want to go? Princess will have a ship ready to go. So don't look for me in a nursing home, just call shore to ship.
' PS: And don't forget, when you die, they just dump you over the side at no charge at all. Be sure to sign up before all seat are taken!!
Now THAT'S a retirement option I find HARD to say no to. :D
|W|P|112123952750854593|W|P|When I am old and feeble|W|P|7/13/2005 06:02:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Balajoe|W|P|Sounds too good to be true...7/13/2005 09:41:00 PM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|haiya!! u ah...cannot let ppl dream a bit ar. memang la too good to be true but how nice la IF i can. ;p7/14/2005 08:45:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Metria|W|P|Hmm definitely worth checking out! I share your opinion abt old folks homes, wouldn't put my parents in one. However, over here in Australia, the old folks homes are really good. They even have retirement villages for senior citizens, something which is lacking in Malaysia. The old folks homes I've seen in Msia leave a lot to be desired! They're basically just houses with old people sitting around waiting for their time to be up. Really sad!7/14/2005 09:06:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|tell me abt it!! in my hometown, every xmas, the church choir would make a trip to the old folk's home n we'l sing for them. every time i go there, i feel like crying. its so sad to see them like that. sitting down the whole day, no signs of life in their dull eyes. very pitiful. n when we come see them, they are so happy.....can literally see the light shining from their faces. its sad la...VERY sad. :(7/13/2005 01:57:00 PM|W|P|mistyeiz|W|P|
*A view of the entrance to Canossian Convent, Kluang. After all these years, still looks the same to me. *

Reading mumsgather's post on her schooling days brought back many memories to mind. Pretty much like walking down memory lane. I remember my schooling days, right from the first day I stepped into Canossian Convent Kindergarten right up to my college days. They were filled with both fun and torture.

First day of school in kindergarten saw me getting onto the bus alone. Mum just got me ready and we waited for the bus and off I went. While most parents would most likely build a camp outside their kids classroom, my parents were never there with me or my sis on any first day at school. I guess I was kinda of a tough kid. Not to mention BIG too. We were used to being independent from young. And a very good lesson taught too.
I remember getting onto the bus one day with my left arm wrapped in P.O.P, thanks to yours truly trying to be like some heroine and not get her white dress dirty while sliding down the slide, squatting after catechism class in church. The slide being the OLD fashion kind, where it was wooden with metal bars on it, was slippery after the rain and being so old didn't help a bit. Obviously the brakes on my shoes weren't exactly gonna work on slippery wood so, by the time I hit the end of the slide, the only thing that would stop me from falling face first were my arms, which by the way shot out too late and my left elbow hit the metal bar on the side. Let's just say that at the point, the people in church finally knew how loud my voice was since I was normally very quiet. My cousins (being teenagers then and wanting to be cool and REMAIN cool) didn't really bother about the wailing moi, just slowly disappeared. My uncle found me and took me into church, sobbing. My sis was just born then so my mum didn't really come to church until she was big enough so by the time mass started and dad came to fetch me, I was already in my uncle's house (which was coincidently quite near - thank goddess!) coz' the pain was so bad, we left half way through. There I was lying on the bed with my arm swollen and not being able to move it, I felt like as if I was in some old Tamil movie (although I swear I don't watch them at all sometimes I have no choice because my grandparents love them. Sigh.) where the sick kid is lying motionless on the bed, sick. You know what I mean?
By the time I got to the hospital, most doctors were not around. So the HA wrapped my arm in P.O.P and had me stay the night. No one was with me even then. All alone in that tiny cot, in a huge dim room, with fans spinning so hard that they looked as if they were about to fly off the wall - it was certainly not a place for a kid to be in while still wide awake, although it was a kiddy ward. I mean, come on....I'm a BIG girl. That small cot was REALLY not fair. I could hardly stretch my legs. I was in a fetal position most of the time, which was unnecessary because they also had beds there. But I figured it was because of my age that they didn't give me a bed. Then again, shouldn't have common sense coming knocking by said otherwise? *shakes head* Anyway, I was so glad when morning came and my dad came to fetch me home. I still remember grumbling about the whole thing, about how my parent had the heart to dump me in the hospital all by myself - I was out on a life mission to take them on a LONG guilt trip and yay, it worked! :)
As I mentioned, the following was school and your truly being the biggest in class, had a field trip threatening all the boys in class if they didn't put on my mum's lipstick which I had taken on the way out to school. Hehehe!! Who would have dared to say no to MOI? I was HUGE and I had a HARD arm on me, one 'gedebuk' and they'd be in pain so....all the boys had lipstick on them. Hahahahaha!!!! That was a good one. On other days, I was 'She-Ra' and I had my own 'lion' too. In fact, I had a few. *giggles* Every morning before class, I would get a free ride around class coz one of the boys would be the victim. As long as I had that hard arm on me, I RULED! But even then, I had a fav lion, AC. He turned out to be a mighty fine young man, if I might say so myself. I just hoped those boys were not TOO traumatized by the whole lipstick affair.
But having that P.O.P was not as glamorous as you think it is. Yea, it was fun for awhile UNTIL the teacher takes you to EACH bloody class and proudly shows you off saying, "Children....this is what happens when naughty boys and girls jump off tables and chairs." WTF?!?!?! And then after the 'showing me off', pulls me aside and stuffs my face with toffee, gad I hate that candy and what it does to my tongue until today! Bleeaacchh!!! I should have sued her for degradation of self esteem. But what to do, that time I was only a kid. The only thing I ever felt was malu la.
The only time I was ever 'powerless' was when recess time came and we'd all go out to play in this HUGE garden like field where there's a wooden playhouse there, right smack in the middle. Now, this play house is like THE happening place to be in during recess and you can thank your lucky stars if you ever manage to step foot in it if those rich little SPOILT Chinese girls were in there as well. They pretty much ruled the pad. And darn those kids were mean! No one but the chosen ones were invited in. Even then, at such a tender age, segregation existed. And here we are thinking that children see all as one. I think its the way these kids are brought up and nothig more than that. Anyways, I NEVER had the chance to play in that happening haven until one FINE day, I succeeded!!! Yes, it should have been recorded into history, I tell you....but I only succeeded because I was a bit early that day. But the minute the fearsome four turned up, I was booted out. So much for being big. Sigh.
Despite it all it was fun.....more torments from secondary school in Part 2. :D
|W|P|112123455068553252|W|P|A recollection of the time when I was a kid : Part 1|W|P|7/14/2005 02:58:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Metria|W|P|hahahha great read! I've always been small, but cilipadi, so yeah i did my share of bullying too ;)7/15/2005 08:23:00 AM|W|P|Blogger mistyeiz|W|P|haha!! kecik kecik cilipadi!! ;)) but seriously, i love my childhood days....happening!!! even went on 'adventures' but thats gonna b in another post. wont wanna spoil it in here. :P