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In 2009

Posted by Jz on Thursday, December 31, 2009 | comments (2)

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I know I look fierce, but I’m friendly. LOL!




Sorry for didn’t update, again, yesterday. Told you all I’m kinda busy in this holiday, well, it’s not like there are people waiting to read anyway.


2009, it’s the biggest turning point in my life I’d say. Many things of mine have changed within this year, and most of them are really out of my expected. Maybe I should just list down 6 of the most significant ones.



1. Getting into an Ang Moh college.




I had been being educated in Chinese school since kindergarten until secondary school and all of my family members speak Mandarin or Hokkien, so as my friends, that made me a 100% mango (yellow outside, yellow inside).

Somehow, I still got into INTI College, which English is their based communication language. So now, I’m a mixed species of banana and mango, of course lah, am still more near to mango.



2. Getting out from a relationship.





I still remember it happened one week right before valentine day, sarcastic huh? Why do I list it as one of the significant changes in 2009? I don’t know, maybe because I was too naive to believe that it would be the last relationship I have?

After breaking up with her, following the time, second by second, day by day, everything changed as what I have expected. Sincerely, it’s glad to see that she has already moved on, and I hope that I could as well, in 2010.

Still, she is the one who gives the biggest impact on my life. I mean, the positive one. Thank you, for another time.



3. Improving in English.



Yaya I know I know stop bombarding me first, I know my English is still suck. But believe me, if you know how suck I was, you will definitely be surprised by the gap of my improvement.

2 years ago, not to say an essay, I could hardly come out with a sentence made up by 10 words without making any mistake. The only word I was confidence to say was the international-widely-used fuck.

Ah wait, I didn’t even say fuck in English, I used to say it in hokkien, Kxxxx Kxx.



4. Getting goals for life.



When I was small, I had a dream. I wanted to be a doctor. The reason was simple, my parents were like every other child’s, who used to tell me: Study hard, and become a doctor in the future. Well, I found it is not realistic right after entering secondary school as I was kinda fucked by Biology and Chemistry.

I didn’t know what am I going to be, or in the other words: I didn’t know what should I study for, I didn’t have a goal.

I entered the kindergarten and primary school my parents registered for me, I made myself into the secondary school my parents wanted me to be, but I didn’t know where am I suppose to go next.

And in 2009, finally I found myself a goal, a holy fucked huge goal that worth me fighting for: I want to be a Prime Minister!

My god, I’m so going to be your Prime Minister ya know? LOL!



5. Turning into an alcoholic.



I guess this one needs no explanations. In this year, beers have became one of the things that cheered me up the most. I enjoyed drinking beers with whole bunch of friends, talking and talking until late night.

If you have been following my blog for a while, you should have seen a lot of beers and beers and beers. To make thing clear, it’s not that I don’t drink liquors. I enjoy drinking Martell, I enjoy drinking Chivas, it’s just that if I drink them at the rate of myself drinking beers, I’ll be broke, as I could hardly afford even beers. (because of the volume of my stomach LOL)


6. Not longer an asshole



For the old friends who didn’t meet me for while, yes, I know I was an asshole, and was asshole enough. But time flies and people change, and now, I officially declare that I’m no longer an asshole.


Instead, a bigger asshole.



2010 would be another turning point of my life I’d say, as I’m leaving Penang Island to Kuala Lumpur for my education. I just simply hope that it’d be as wonderful as 2009, ah no, be even better than 2009.


Good bye 2009, and welcome, 2010.



I’m back!

Posted by Jz on Tuesday, December 29, 2009 | comments (0)

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Anyplace, anytime, as long as I’m bored, I can sleep.




I’m back! Haven’t been online for a while, but it was not my fault! My internet fucked up for a week, which made me felt like dying and disconnected from the world. Yes, you can call me an internet addicted kid, who cares, although I prefer a modern person, LOL.


Why my internet fucked up? I think my reason is reasonable enough, I was moving to another address and TM took like week to process my line transferring request.


Crap, life without internet was miserable enough, yet it became even more pathetic when I had to move almost all the furniture and the odds and sods. For the first time in my life, I became a lorry kia.



It was not as happy as what I thought, especially when I had to move the 8129378937 kg refrigerator and cabinets up and down from the lorry.


Besides, all the family members became CCTV technicians as well, we removed all the CCTVs and installed them in the new address all by ourselves.



Seemed easy, but not when you’re looking all the wirings and have to remember all the colours of the wires.



Anyway, the more things I moved and the more hard it was, I feel more happy and lucky. But it’s neither because that I’m going to have a new house nor feeling being a part of the family.


It’s simply because that I won’t be in Penang to suffer these again at the moment they move back to the renovated house. LOL!

Movie: The Storm Warriors II

Posted by Jz on Monday, December 21, 2009 | comments (1)

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Finally managed to make my L4D2 works, killed zombies for the whole day LUL.


Watching this movie in Sunway Pyramid was one of the activity of my last visit to KL.




Before watching this movie, I guess you all have already expected the exaggerated powers and skills of characters inside.




This movie features quite a number of big names inside, which probably make this movie worth watching for some people.



I was wondering that why does the biggest antagonist die so early, while one of the protagonists seems to be more-antagonist.



Anyway, what seriously made me laugh were the names of the characters inside. Put aside Cloud and Wind as the protagonists, we have:

  • Lord Godless, who actually comes from Japan but able to speak fluency Cantonese.
  • Lord Piggy, an unknown joker.
  • Lord Wicked, Lord Piggy’s brother.
  • Nameless, the best in Mou Lam, that’s why the antagonist has to come from Japan LOL!
  • Heart, Lord Godless’ son.
  • Earth and Sky, two lieutenants of Lord Godless.
  • Second Dream, Wind’s lover, or whatever.


Seriously, find a better translator.



Overheard: The Crab

Posted by Jz on Sunday, December 20, 2009 | comments (2)

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Wasted whole day killing zombies and some creeps LOL!




After finishing whole box of crabs, I was pretty surprised when a crab found in the kitchen this morning.



No one knows how this crab managed to survive, or how it climbed out of the box. Well, maybe it was a fate, so we decided to free it back to the sea. (The real reason was we already had enough of crabs)


Anyway, I asked a question out of curiosity.





‘It didn’t eat for so many days already, how does it survive?’





  ‘Why not, it’s an amphibian.’






‘Amphibians don’t need to eat meh?’   


Full of crabs

Posted by Jz on Saturday, December 19, 2009 | comments (1)

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WTH! Able to play L4D2 without any lag, but Star Wars Unleashed cannot.




Finished ton of stuffs earlier than expected, and I’m hella boring these 2 days, and it’s going to continue for another 2. If there was anything that cheered me up, then that must be what my dad brought home in Thursday night.



Yes crabs. Guess how long it took to finish them? 2 days. Er no, I should say, in 2 meals. And it made me feel like a crap already, I mean, crab.


You might be thinking what this post for, well, it’s just a post to show you that I had so many crabs to eat, to make you drool and crave for it. What? Choi arh? LOL!



Movie: Saw VI

Posted by Jz on Thursday, December 17, 2009 | comments (1)

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Holiday until March? You kill me better.




Saw, another must-watch movie for me. I have addicted to Saw series since Saw II, they’re like the best movies for me. Serious.



As usual, the movie is full of bloody and brutal games designed by Jigsaw. Trust me, you could hardly find other movies which their bloodiness can be compared to Saw series.



I have to make things clear that I’m not a freak or psycho who enjoys watching people chop their own legs off, I’m attracted by the exciting storyline with full of suspenses.



And I must say a ‘wow’ for the intelligent of Jigsaw, who designs all the games and always controls the situations as he understands humanity so much, even after he dies in Saw III.




For Saw VI, the most ‘interesting’ part should be the beginning of the movie, which a woman is forced to cut off her own hand in order to survive. (again, I’m not a freak.)



If you want to try this movie out, here are my suggestions:

  • If you’re scared of horror movies, seriously, don’t watch this.
  • Start watching from Saw I, or else you wouldn’t understand anything but end up thinking that this movie sucks.



Steamboat Night Nov 09

Posted by Jz on Wednesday, December 16, 2009 | comments (3)

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My holidays are even more busier than school days.




I know I know, this should be blogged like weeks ago, even myself have forgotten why I didn’t blog about it after this long.


At the same place as usual, the 17 bucks eat until full Golden Steamboat Buffet.




It’s pretty sad to know that that was probably the last steamboat night of CFP’09 students, but well, people come people go, and that was an awesome night!



Of course, steamboat buffet, what we did were only eating, eating and eating, with some laughter and jokes mixing around. So I guess I’ll just skip the eating part and straight to the essence.



No no! I just put the picture for fun. I’m not saying that the beers part is the essence (YES YES IT IS),


Then we went to New World park after the steamboat, and we played truth or dare there, the only thing different is that we just played the dare part.


So we got something like:


Selfcam with a stranger nearby.



running at the centre with Starbuck’s chair.



Requesting to take photo with a stranger’s kid.



pumping at the centre.



and etc etc which weren’t taken down by camera.


It was a really wonderful night. So when can we reunion and have fun like this? I wonder.



Love you guys.



Dedicated to CFP’s friends

Posted by Jz on Saturday, December 12, 2009 | comments (6)

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There’d be less posts in this month, as I’m pretty busy in this holiday.




Writing this kind of thing is seriously not my type, so don’t expect it to be touching or whatever.




To be honest, when I stepped into this class for the very first time, I didn’t expect so much fun from you all.




It’s pretty understandable I guess, CFP is just a short course, I didn’t believe that the friendship we have now could be built in such a short time, and yet, after studying in my previous wolala class, frankly, you all seemed so-not-my-type of friends for me.



It was a small class. Crap, I hate to use ‘was’ so much. But maybe it was the small number that shorten the distance between us. There was no prejudice or competition, we discussed our studies together, hanged out together, and had fun together.




I’m not going to use any stupid quotation like ‘it’s fate that put us all together’, but I must say that it’s a blessing to have all of you as my friends.




Things became even more better when we had great lecturers like Grace and Ah Teo who brought us out to have fun, followed us to parties, and indirectly, made us even more closer to each other.



I didn’t notice that all of you have already become part of my life, it made me felt so delighted when I heard my alarm clock rang every morning, which will probably make my old friends say: WTH! IT MUST NOT BE JACK!



However, time flies, just a flick and we finished our last exam in CFP, which actually meant we are going to be separated to our own future. How sad it is?



Yes, we’re not a team, we’re just a group of people who studied together for our own goals. But although CFP was just an intersection between the paths of our own, I’m pretty sure that it was one of the most wonderful and happiest parts of my life.



I knew that this kind of ending would come eventually. Maybe I couldn’t meet some of you anymore, maybe I’ll forget some of you 40 years later, but definitely I’ll not forget that once, I studied with a bunch of really really awesome friends together.



Thank you guys, for the wonderful moments we had, and good luck.


By the way, again, please, do invite me for beers or liquor party, but not shopping with you. Thanks. (What? I have been farking serious for the whole farking post, can’t I just farking have something with the farking style of mine at the farking end of the farking post?)