Wednesday, October 31, 2007

My Bday Prezzie...the one and Only

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Yes...someone told u guys that its a watch...its from Fossil...

Well...its not about the brand..but....its the kind of design n the special colour combination that i have been searching for high n low for the past 1 year....and now....i have it.

Nice or not ar? not nice also no choice d...kenot return.

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Happy Birthday to ME!!!!!!!!!

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Well....wish me people....wish me all the best...hahahaha...
Well..I have got myself something this year just to spoil myself....
Tomorrow only I'll post it up...cos now have to go meeting. hahaha....see ya

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Monday Jokes

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Four international executives are playing golf.

On the third hole a ringing sound is heard. The British golfer fumbles in his bag, picks out his cellular phone, turns away from his partners and has a brief converstation.

"Terribly sorry chaps, but one has to keep one's finger on the pulse and all that." His companions murmur acknowldgment.

On the fourth hole there is another ring. The American says "excuse me", places his thumb to his ear and holds his pinkie near his mouth, and has an intense converstaion. He turns back to the bewildered group.

"Oh, this is the latest thing on the Coast," he says "I've got a microphone grafted into my pinkie and a receiver in my thumb. It's really convenient."

They play on for a few more holes, at which point there is a loud ring. The German, who had been leaning over his putt, snaps to attention.

"Ja, verstehen, verstehen, ja, ja. Auf Wiedersehen." He snaps back to normal.
"This is really the state of art," he tells his playing partners.
"I have the microphone grafted into my lower lip, and the receiver grafted into my earlobe. All I have to do to answer the telphone is to straighten my neck."

Everyone is impressed.

Finally, on the 18th hole, muted chimes are heard. The Japanese businessman drops his clubs, blurts "so sorry" and runs into the bushes. Everyone waits.

After 15 minutes the American goes to check on his colleague. He finds Mr Tanaka squatting, trousers around his ankles, eyes closed andgrimacing.

"You okay, Tanaka-san?" he asks.

"Everything is fine," Mr Tanaka replies.

"Just awaiting fax from home office."

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Tiff's Jazz Lounge @ Starhill, KL

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Right after dinner at Rain Nudle House at Pavilion , we walk over to Starhill which is just right opposite.

We walk up to...

Have any of you been there? was my first time there....was highly recommended by a friend thats a regular customer there.

View from there.... The LV Boutique...busy street....

Facing Pavilion main entrance....
This is where the band played with a beautiful vocal...

Something we drank that night...
View behind our seats...

So lomantic......hahahaha..

a creatively decorated lamp.... is beautiful...but Reality sucks!!!!!

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

RIP Uncle Lim

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PETALING JAYA: Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong, founder and honorary life president of Genting Group, passed away at 11.20am Tuesday at the Subang Jaya Medical Centre.

The tycoon, who turned 90 in April this year, was renowned for his vision in transforming Genting Highlands from an unexplored hilltop to one of the world's most successful casino resorts.

The fifth child in a family of seven children, Lim migrated from China's Fujian province in 1937 at the age of 19 with only a small suitcase and US$175.

The idea of a hill resort was chanced upon by Lim amidst the crisp air of Cameron Highlands in 1964. Lim was then working on a hydro-electric power project at the popular hill resort, patronised mostly by British colonials seeking cool refuge from the tropical heat, when he foresaw a prosperous Malaysia of the future desiring a cool mountain holiday resort within the reach of all Malaysians.

To date, Genting Highlands Resort has five hotels and two apartment blocks at the hilltop and Awana Genting Highlands Golf and Country Resort.

The company, founded in 1965, has since expanded and diversified from its initial hotel and resort activities to plantations, properties, paper manufacturing, power generation, oil and gas, electronic commerce and information technology development under Genting Group.

According to Forbes Asia, the Genting Group founder was third richest in the country with a net worth of US$4.3bil (RM14.6bil).

Lim is survived by wife Puan Sri Lee Kim Hua, and their six children and 19 grandchildren.

Monday, October 22, 2007

Monday Jokes

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Man from Middle-east at checkpoint:

Officer: What is your name?
Man: Ali-Baba
Officer: Sex?
Man: Six to ten times a week

Officer: I mean, male or female?
Man: both male and female and sometimes camels
Officer: Holy cow!
Man: Yes, cows and dogs too...

Officer: Man,........ isn't it hostile?
Man: Horse style, dog style, any style
Officer: Oh.......... dear!
Man: Deer? No deer, they run too fast!

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Rain Nudle House @ The Pavilion, KL

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This dinner is on the day when I first visited The Pavilion not long after it launched.

Was having difficulties deciding what to eat as there also limitations on the F&B area at the lower ground floors.

So, in the end...we choose

Sat right on the most comfy place.
This is what I see in front of me.

And on my left is these lovely decors.

Made our orders and had iced plain water.

Pineapple Fried rice.

Green Curry Chicken.

Fried Pandan Chicken.

Catfish wit Mango Kerabu.

and the must have, Seafood Tomyam.

Table full of delicious foods.

Of course, saw a really pretty OL just beside our table. My eyes just can't stop lookin at her. Yes, the one on the right, in white. Her smile is just magnificent.

Well, what more can I say. Good food, good view, good companions. Lol...Life is beautiful.

Saturday, October 20, 2007

Mother of two falls to her death

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OMG!! i;m so farkin Out-dated!!!!

I read this shockin news from the old paper on my office table.

The Star
Tuesday October 16, 2007

KUALA LUMPUR: A 32-year-old woman, who was seen sitting on the railing on the fourth floor of a shopping complex in Jalan Bukit Bintang while making a phone call, fell to her death yesterday.

The woman, identified as Pauline Lye Yuin Min from Jalan Bukit Permai here, is said to have lost her balance and fell backwards to the lower ground floor at 7.15pm.
The mother of two landed on a wooden stage and died on the spot from head and body injuries. Her body was sent to Hospital Kuala Lumpur for a post-mortem.

How could things like this happen?
Read in a forum, and a dude was saying this out.
I would like to share something with you all. It wasnt an accident. My ex-gf was there. This is how the story goes. She went shopping that day with her friends, they went around to shop and finally, they end up to this stall at the forth floor. They went to buy something from the stall, and since my ex-gf is a regular customer, the store owner knows her.
Everything was ok back then, the women who fell, were chatting with my ex-gf. Things like, long time no see, u did ur hair very nice, become more pretty liao, etc...If not mistaken, her husband was there too, after a while, she said, she gotta go. no one knows at that time, maybe she want to go to washroom? or walk walk, so no one cares. She was happy that time, and wasnt into any stress or etc.When she left, she walk to the opposite of the stall, climb over the railing and sits there. I wasnt sure that she is answering a call or making a call back then, but after she sits on the railing, and pick up the phone, and not long, she fell just like that.
It claims that it was recorded by the cctv there. She climb over the railing herself, and fell.Let us try to analyze this case.
Do it the CSI way.
The facts
- Shes age 32
- Mother with kids
- Not into any stress or arguement, she was happy
- No financial issue
1) I'm sure of her age 32, she should have aware of the danger sitting on the railing.
2) There is no sense of trying to commit suicide as I see this case.
3) There were rumours saying its something to do with spirits/ something dirty.
4) Climb over the railing and sits there requires some effort, its not like when u walk around the shopping center and see a bench and sit, which is something easy.
5) Why she needs to climb over the railing and sits there just to answer a call ?
- When I'm at the top floor, I grab the railing and see below, also my leg start to shake, dont mention climbing over.
6) Why the newspaper said she fell backwards instead she was facing the stage and fell forward?7) Is it something to do with the phone / call ?
8) Is it possible that someone or something makes this happened?
9) Some said spirits, but could it be possible be a phone hypnotize?
10) Notice that ppl who works in SG usually wear/dress nicely, if shes a women, she could have done the same, I'm not sure but it could be possibly be shes wearing high hills like any other women.
So, what do you guys think?

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Why Dive??

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So they can make funny faces lor!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tuesday, October 16, 2007


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A friend got this back from her Macau trip.

Guess what is it?

See...colour pencils!!!!!!!!!!!!!!'s multi-coloured cigarettes...
It cost her about rm20 for a pack of this.

Don't ask me how it taste....cos i don't smoke.

Monday, October 15, 2007

Monday Jokes

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Morning all.

Yes..yes... i know you all sure know today is a Holiday....but then....Monday Blues sure will attack joke kenot....must joke...


An old woman is riding in an elevator in a very lavish New York City Building, when a young and beautiful woman gets into the elevator, smelling of expensive perfume. She turns to the old woman and says arrogantly, "Romance" by Ralph Lauren, $150 an ounce!"

Then another young and beautiful woman gets on the elevator, and also very arrogantly turns to the old woman saying, "Chanel No. 5, $200 an ounce!"

About three floors later, the old woman has reached her destination and is about to get off the elevator. Before she leaves, she looks both beautiful women in the eye, then bends over, farts and says...

"Broccoli. 49 cents a pound!"

Friday, October 12, 2007

The Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur

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Sorry all. Been on MC for a few days and finally had the strength to update.
Went to the newly opened Mall in Bukit Bintang, The Pavilion.
I personally like their Main entrance. Its very very Tall and it's just the way I like it.
Starhill is just direct opposite The Pavilion's Main Entrance.

This is what you'll see when you walk into it.
Very high ceilings......

am actually waiting for someone to arrive. So, have some time to walk around and checkout the mall.

Lots branded stuffs.

It was a little bit tiring just walking the whole mall. But still lots of tenants haven't open yet. Sad but why the rush in opening up?

Well, everything is so brand new....still got those "new"

Even the toilet also spanking NEW!!!!!!!!!!

Hahaha...ok..i know there's lots more better review about Pavilion. So...dun complain..cos i'm sick now.

Till then....

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