Saturday, June 30, 2007

Injured Knee

I injured my knee. How nice. I am now walking like the march of the penguins. What a way to wrap up this month. Sigh.

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

A Series of Unfortunate Events

June 19 2007

Was on the way to pick up my dad from the station yesterday(19 June 2007) around 2p.m.. On the way I witnessed many 'mishap'. There were branches everywhere. The 'decorative trees' planted by the city council landed on the roads. At Greenlane I saw a national car rammed into the back of a truck and it's bonnet smashed. It caused quite a jam at that spot because everyone slowed down to have a look, although no one was injured.

Not long after that, I witnessed a tree lean over and landed on two new cars in RECSAM's compund which caused the car alarms to go off. More trees were uprooted along the way to the terminal. I told my mum "I have stories to tell daddy later". A few minutes after I said that, I received a call from my dad. He told me our neighbour called and said a tree landed on one of our cars. I hung up and got out from the car to help him with his luggage and we headed home immediately as mum was extremely worried about the car. The traffic was seriously congested throughout our ride home with more trees being uprooted causing vehicles to cram into one lane on the already heavy traffic area. We receive more calls from our neighbours telling us the road back to our place is already covered with fallen trees and told us to detour. Upon reaching home, my mum called the authority and he immediately sent for the voluntary firemen to remove the fallen trees. What a day!

When the tweed can no longer hold, it snaps. This could have been avoided if the council had chopped off the trees and kill the weeds before they overgrow.

Look what you've done!

"Hey get off me. You're blocking my view! AAaaachoo....sniff. I'm allergic towards chlorophyll"
Jokes aside. As you can see there are many more fallen trees in the photo.

These 'trees' are not planted by us. They grew from weeds that turn into undergrowth and finally a fully grown tree. The council people have been told numerous times to chop off these tweeds but noooooo...... This is what happens when the council is lazy and refuse to listen. Now, Who is to be blamed?

Sunday, June 17, 2007

Father's Day Today?

I just heard from the news that it is Father's Day today? Goodness Gracious. Didn't know about that. Wonder why there isn't any big hoo haa over it. They usually promote Mother's Day but why there isn't any for both celebration? Anyway, I just want to say

"Happy Father's Day, Daddy!"

P.S.: I want a new handphone for my birthday (hint hint)

Saturday, June 16, 2007


"Do unto others what you want others do unto you".

Just exactly how true is that? Well, I can tell you for sure, it's crap. Pure crap. You can give your all, a 110% and more in doing things for others but you will not get even a meagre 0.01% from them in return. People will just keep taking and taking from you but would never reciprocate. That's just how fair the world is.

It's fine that if you don't want to chip in. Just don't worsen the situation by misleading people from the truth. I know of such people whom are really jealous of other's achievement and will do eveyrything they can to sabotage. They enjoy other's sorrow. Their greatest moment is to see others in trouble. Wonder what glory this people get out of that? Self satisfaction? It's even lower when it comes from a guy. Cheapskate loser. Looks like they have all been bitten by the 'kiasu' bug from the neighbouring country. Village people. Can't blame them from being their true selves - hilly billies.

Sunday, June 03, 2007


We had some guests around today. Went out to dinner with them. One of the daughter's of the guest tried to be a dumb blond for the day. Her father ordered a plate of fried koey teow for her. When it arrived she asked her father

Girl: How to eat?
Father: (Diligently explaining)

Next to arrive was the sting ray. Again she posted her signature question:

Girl: How to eat?

Her father extracted all the flesh from the sting ray and placed it aside for her majesty to feast.

Then the clams arrived.

Girl: How to eat?
Father: Put inside your mouth and eat! (But quietly pick out the clams from their shells for her.

I strongly feel that "how to eat" are the only words in her vocabulary.