Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Twelve days of Christmas

I had a hard time putting this up. Thanks to my programmer friend, the video is finally able to surface on this blog. Enjoy!

Monday, December 25, 2006

Medical Terminology

Artery -- Study of paintings
Bacteria -- Back door of cafeteria
Barium -- What doctors do when treatment fails
Bowel -- Letter like A.E.I.O.U
Caesarean section -- District in Rome
Cat scan -- Searching for kitty
Cauterize -- Made eye contact with her
Colic -- Sheep dog
Coma -- A punctuation mark
Congenital -- Friendly
D&C -- Where Washington is
Diarrhea -- Journal of daily events
Dilate -- To live long
Enema -- Not a friend
Fester -- Quicker
Fibula -- A small lie
G.I. Series -- Soldiers' ball game
Grippe -- Suitcase
Hangnail -- Coathook
Impotent -- Distinguished, well known
Intense pain -- Torture in a teepee
Labor pain -- Got hurt at work
Medical staff -- Doctor's cane
Morbid -- Higher offer
Nitrate -- Cheaper than day rate
Node -- Was aware of
Outpatient -- Person who had fainted
Pelvis -- Cousin of Elvis
Post operative -- Letter carrier
Protein -- Favoring young people
Rectum -- It almost killed him
Recovery room -- Place to do upholstery
Rheumatic -- Amorous
Scar -- Rolled tobacco leaf
Secretion -- Hiding anything
Seizure -- Roman emperor
Serology -- Study of knighthood
Tablet -- Small table
Terminal illness -- Sickness at airport
Tibia -- Country in North Africa
Tumor -- An extra pair
Urine -- Opposite of you're out
Varicose -- Located nearby
Vein -- Conceited

Saturday, December 23, 2006

Jingle Bells

Dashing through the snow,
In a one horse open sleigh
O'er the hills we go,
Laughing all the way.
Bells on bobtail ring
Making spirits bright.
What fun it is to ride and sing
A sleighing song tonight.

Jingle bells, jingle bells,
Jingle all the way!
Oh what fun it is to ride
In a one horse open sleigh!

Was channel surfing just now. There was this program featuring an 'old' band called Wynners. In case you were wondering who they are, well they happen to be a chinese band quite famous during the 70s. Hongkie band that is. One of the songs that they sang on that show was Jingle Bells. Here is Jingle Bells, the cantonese version:

Jingle Bells (Cantonese version)

Hor pin yau chek yong (By the river there's a goat)
Hor pin yau chek cheung (By the river there's an elephant)
Hor pin yau chek ma lau chai (By the river there's a lil monkey)
Hou chee lei kor yong (Which looks a lot like you)

Jingle bells, jingle bells,
Jingle all the way!
Oh what fun it is to ride
In a one horse open sleigh!

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Milo DIY Recipe

Milo Kaw

8 tea spoons of Milo powder
6 tea spoons of condensed milk (IDEAL / CARNATION)
1 tea spoon of creamer (TEAPOT)
200ml hot water
For Iced Milo Kaw add ice (duh)

Milo Dinasour

6 tea spoons of Milo powder
1/2 tea spoon of creamer (TEAPOT)
200ml hot water
Add ice till glass is full
2 tea spoons of Milo powder as topping

Milo Hamster

Do the maths for the above recipes. Reduce the amount for everything. Use tiny cup or glass.

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Fort Horsey

Have you ever seen horses on a fort? What would your reaction be if you see horses on a fort? Stare at them in the eye and ask " What are you horsies doing on the fort?"

Believe me. I didn't know they rare horses in the fort. I was in town a couple of days back in search for something to fill my stomach. We were entering the car park when I saw something moving on the fort. Took a closer look. Lo and behold. They they were grazing away. Three of them. Khakied coloured ponies. Maybe they are old horses which happens to be small in size. I don't know. But it was rather surprising to find them on the fort. In case you were wondering which fort I am talking about, I am referring to Fort Cornwallis. Not too sure if it's spelled with a single 'l' or double 'l'.

I got excited. Took out my phone and tried to snap a picture of the horses. But the scorching sun was too glaring. Could hardly see a thing. On top of that, my phone's camera is not very sharp. Too bad I didn't have a camera with me. Anyway when I tried to take a photograph of the ponies. The leader (khakied coloured with black err...mane?....hair....) stared at me. The look in his eye told me to put my phone away or he will jump on me. Crushing me and turning me into hay.

I looked back at him telling him with my eyes " You're not that cute after all. Barely there compared to a stallion." Put my phone away and walked off.

Monday, December 11, 2006

Too Big?

I bought a bag in August. Nothing very extraordinary. Not flashy. Just thought that it would be big enough for me to stuff all my stuff into it, leaving my hands free to dangle.The bag is called 'Bowl me over'. I only realised that when cutting the tag. There were three colours to choose from. Black, White and Pink. Initially I wanted to get the white but on second thought whites get dirty easily. So skip. The pink one was kinda catchy. Bright electric pink. But doesn't go well with all colours. Know what I mean. Like clothes. You can't carry an electric pink bag all the time. It won't match all colours. Besides the season for pink won't last long. Under the orange lighting your judgement for colours is inaccurate. Pink might look nice under orange lighting but might not under white lighting. So settled. Got the black one.

I carried my bag into the library. There's a stupid rule in my library that is you cannot carry bags into the library. They fear the precious books will get stolen. The thing is how can anyone steal a book when there's a bar code attached to the book? Before the person could even walk out with the book the alarms would go off. Secondly, who would want to steal old books? Anyway, back to the story. I was standing there, in the library looking at the magazine rack when the librarian walked passed me. He pointed at me and said " No bags". I replied "That's my handbag." The librarian said " Too big." He gave a throaty laugh and walked away. Anyway here are some pics for you people to judge. Is it really big?

This is how it looked when purchased.

This is how I carry it around.

Up close on the accessory.

A better view.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006


A very active crab trying to run away from the cooking pot.

The crab finally being cornered.

Just to show the size of the crab.

Crab overturned. Just for knowledge, it's a male.

Cleansing of the nether region.

Holy shower before the sacrifice.