Pages

Monday, September 26, 2011

Pissed off by UTAR!

After two weeks of battle, is finally the time to begin on my final year project

but

DAMN IT!!!!

CANT WE HAVE A BREAK PLEASE!!

I WANT MY HOLIDAY BACK!!

WHAT SORT OF LAME UNIVERSITY IS THIS???

I don't even have the time to finish reading the book i've began read on.
I don't even have the time to go back to my hometown ever since this January!


I'm pissed! Very pissed!

I'm on my way to another town and all so suddenly, i was called back to UTAR.
Can you imagine now! IF I'M ON MY FLIGHT TO EUROPE!!!

DAMN YOU UTAR.

Once again, a friendly reminder to all fresh secondary graduates.
Have a second thought before you make the choice to come to UTAR!!!



Monday, September 5, 2011

Daruma Doll~~ だるま

I finally bought a Daruma Doll!!! 
Ngek~~~ Ngek~~~ Ngek~~

だるま~~だるま~~~だるま~~~*singing

I've been looking for this ever since few years ago. 
Finally spotted one in Ipoh but sorry i've forgotten the name of the shop.
Is in De Garden of Ipoh.


Well, you probably wonder what a daruma is.
I'm not a good story teller.
So, Copy and Paste from Wikipedia

The Daruma doll (達磨 daruma), also known as a Dharma doll,
 is a hollow, round, Japanese traditional doll modeled after Bodhidharma.

Daruma dolls are seen as a symbol of perseverance and good luck,
 making them a popular gift of encouragement.
The eyes of Daruma are often blank when sold. 

 Monte A. Greer, author of Daruma Eyes, described the "oversized symmetrical round blank white eyes" as a means to keep track of goals or big tasks and motivate them to work to the finish. 
The recipient of the doll fills in one eye upon setting the goal, 
then the other upon fulfilling it. 
In this way, every time they see the one-eyed Daruma, they recall the goal. 

At the end of the year, all the Daruma are brought back to the temple
 they were purchased from for a traditional burning ceremony
 This ceremony, called the Daruma Kuyo (だるま供養 daruma kuyo) is held once a year
 usually right after New Years Day. 

At these events, people bring the Daruma figures they had used that year to the temple.
 After expressing gratitude to them, they turn it over to the temple and buy new ones for the next year. 
All of the old Daruma figures are burnt together in the temple.
 After a solemn display of the monks’ entry, reading of the sutras, and blowing of horns, 
the tens of thousands of figurines are then set aflame.


I've painted the eyes 9 months late. Hohohoho~~~
but nevermind
is better to be late then never mah~~~


Place it in front of the desk to remind myself of my goal.
T_________T

Don't fail my Fermentation Technology paper for this final.
Pathetic

Sunday, September 4, 2011

To the dentist~

Finally agreed to go to the dentist and got my teeth filled.
After someone promised to give me sweets~~~

Cost me a total of Rm70 for this.
ZZzzzzzZZZZzzzzzzzzZZZzzz

The reason for the price
Dentist: 'Your teeth ar~~~!! very Deep ar!!!!'
Me: 'Got or not wor?'
Dentist: 'Still got 3 more small holes girl!'
Me: 'True mar~~~?'
Dentist: 'Here got one. Here another one and Here another one. And there~ the big one'
Me: 'Got so many miek~~~?'
Dentist: 'So i'll fill that big one first today.'
Me: 'Pain or not?'
Dentist: 'Scare now huh? Open your mouth.'

After a long process, i heard the same old dentist line again.

Dentist: 'You have to take good care of them. Later the small hole also become big hole. 
Know mar?'
Me: 'O~~~'
Dentist: 'Rm70 lah.'
=____=

Noob: Wu~~got 3 holes ar~~~ Tell you dont eat so many sweets de lar~~~'

Friday, September 2, 2011

Home alone

Waaaaaaarggghhh~~~


I'm home alone again. Seriously this is scaring the shit out of me.  

T_______T

I regret coming back to Kampar.
I want to go back.


Thursday, September 1, 2011

Short term memory lost: Severe

Darn. I lost my his pen drive.
ZzzzzZZZzzzzzzzzz

Hate. Why am i so forgetful?
Urgghhhh~~~

Final coming soon~
Haizzzzzz.....
 

Template by BloggerCandy.com | Header Image by Freepik