Thursday, September 29, 2011

:: Batting Cages ::

Assalamualaikum to all my readers.

Howdy people! Today marks the first day or second day, I don't know, of Zulkaedah month. Meaning that Syawal has left us devastated. Why devastated? Because there'll be no more open houses, no more free food and most importantly, no more, ermm, free food. =.="

Last weekend, me and my friends got invited by my other friend to her open house, somewhere in Petaling Jaya. I don't really remember what the name of her housing area is but she lives at the apartment area near the, ermm, okay, I forgot again. But, that's not what I want to highlight in this entry. Read on to see what I did right after we left.

We went batting at Batting Cages, One Utama. It's like playing baseball, minus the wide field and there is a machine throwing balls in front of you. We were dilemma at first whether to watch movie or play at the Batting Cages we chose batting due to majority votes. And I have to say, this game really got me 'high'. When I was a kid, I used to play this kind of game with my friends but we were using any big, hard wooden stick as the bat but that was a long time ago so, getting this opportunity to play it again really brought memories. 

My first game was a disaster. I kept mishitting the ball and to make it up for it, I bought another token and played the game for the second time. Still, disaster. But we had fun. Laughing at each other's mishit and cheering for every ball that we managed to hit. It was a lot of fun. You guys who never been to this place before, well I recommend you to come to this place and try it for yourself. This is also a good place to let out your rage as you can hit the ball as hard as you want. Other than that, enjoy these pictures! :)

 ~ Bini dan laki ku gangster ~

~ Getting ready to hit the ball ~

~ How do I look in this hat? ~

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

:: #10 Wordless Wednesday - Teaser ::

Assalamualaikum to all my readers.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

:: The togetherness ::

Assalamualaikum to all my readers.

Happy Sunday guys!

Last night was a hell of a night. That is, my class had an open house and we decided to make a potluck open house. So the event took place at my house and we started setting up the place right after Asar because we need to get the barbecue place ready, so that people can start digging in before midnight.

There was a lot of food prepared by us and we ate like there is no tomorrow. Haha. Honestly, I like doing this kind of stuff, you know, make lots of food and have people come by because it's really lot of fun. Well, to show you how fun we were, these photos will prove it to you guys. 

 ~ Getting busy in the kitchen ~  

~ The girls with grilled sausages ~

 ~ BBQ-ing is fun ~

~ The abundant of delicacies ~ 

 ~ Me cooking in the kitchen with the girls as my assistants ~

~ My favorite part of the night ~

 ~ The whole crew ~

~ Medical Lab Technology United ~

See. I told you it was fun!

Monday, September 19, 2011

:: Make use of the experience ::

Assalamualaikum to all my readers.

~ A microscope is medical lab technologists' best friend ~

The new semester has begun, which marks my 5th semester this year. I still have two more years to finish my life as a degree student and it won’t hard to make you believe how fun and stress out student life can be.

From 5 subjects that I’m taking this semester, two of them are subjects that I’m already familiar with, thanks to my diploma years. My expectation towards these subjects is high because first, I already knew what the subjects have to offer. Second, I don’t wanna look stupid by failing the class that I already took during my diploma years. It’s gonna be interesting to see whether or not I can make use of my experience and knowledge for both of this classes.

I’ll be keeping my finger crossed. Help me Ya Allah. ;D

Sunday, September 18, 2011

:: Kinder Bueno ::

Assalamualaikum to all my readers.

Do you know that there is speculation claiming that Kinder Bueno is not halal to be eaten by Muslim? I wasn't sure of this at first, but then after I realized that there was no Halal logo by Jakim printed on the wrapper, I started to doubt the halalness of it. 

Kinder Bueno is one of my favourite chocolate bar to be honest and I really wish that this rumour is untrue, so that I can enjoy my snack again. But guys, try look at this. If it's not halal, then why it is not placed at the Non-Halal food department? Do the manufacturers realized of the halal status of this food? Correct me if I'm wrong but as far as I concern, there is no official statement made by the Jakim about this and only Jakim has the right to say that whether this certain food is halal or not.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

:: Open house ::

Assalamualaikum to all my readers.

The glorious month of Syawal is going to come to an end in 1 weeks and I am sure that within this period of time people are looking forward to attend as much as open houses as possible. Not to mention wedding invitations.

Living life as a common guy, I didn't get a lot of invitations to go to any open houses or wedding ceremony. Not that I wish people would invite me but it's nice to be invited and eat nice home food once a while. Speaking of that, I went to my friend's house yesterday in Shah Alam. I was quite excited since her mom and herself is a good cook so, I was looking forward to see what was there to be eaten. She served us Nasi Ayam which to me and other guests, was insanely delicious. It looked like any Nasi Ayam you can find at night markets or stalls but the taste was different. There was definitely something special in the dish. So G double O D good!

I'm living in a residential area here in Puncak Alam and there are quite a number of houses that organizing open houses but sadly we don't get invited to any of the house. We're students so, of course we'll be delighted to go because, well, who doesn't want free food right. At least I do. Okay, here I wanna share with you guys some of my moments taken during my visit to my friend's house. Actually, these photos are uploaded just don't wanna make this entry look dull and boring. Don't know whether it works or not enjoy them!


Wednesday, September 14, 2011

:: #9 Wordless Wednesday ::

Assalamualaikum to all my readers.

Friday, September 9, 2011

:: Two Caucasian females and a Malay lady ::

Assalamualaikum to all my readers.

I have arrived here, at my house, in Puncak Alam yesterday and I'm still can't get over the fact that my 4 months holiday is over. Now that I'm here first, I think my housemates expect me to clean up the house and stuff but nahh, I'm just gonna wait for everyone to come. Haha.

Actually I have a funny story to share with you guys. Yesterday, we stopped at Gua Musang R&R for breakfast and while I was checking out the stalls there, I saw a group of Mat Salleh tourist arrived with their Malay driver. I didn't pay a lot of attention to them coz my stomach was grumbling with hunger. So I sat on a table and I saw the tourists walked in and discussing something among them. I think they were discussing on what they want to eat or they didn't know most of the food served at the R&R. The food were typical Malay food so I think they were having problem deciding on what to eat.

 ~ taken from Google ~

Suddenly, two females from the group came to the stall where I bought my breakfast and they were looking at a steamer full of kuih pau with so many different flavors. So they called out the stallholder and a lady came hurriedly towards them, looking a little uneasy. From the table I sat on, I could see that the two Minah Salleh was trying to buy the kuih pau but they didn't know what was the flavor as it was written in Malay. I pitied the lady coz she looked very uncomfortable, trying to explain the meaning of the flavor in English. She called for help from her friends who was cooking inside the pantry but she refused to go out. An old man sitting near my table even made fun of her saying, "Dio gi sekoloh agamo, dop reti kecek Inggerih dio tu (She went to the religious school so she can't speak English),".

I was still eating my breakfast, i couldn't get up to help so my dad came to her rescue. He explained to the two ladies about the flavor of the kuih pau and other dishes that were served at the stall. The Malay lady looked a little embarrass but she could do nothing to help. Me and my sister couldn't stop laughing. We weren't laughing at the lack of capability of the lady to speak English but the situation and the way the two Minah Salleh trying to understand what was being told by the Malay lady that made us laugh. Honestly, I pitied the lady. As a matter of fact, it's not nice to make fun of a person's incapability.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

:: #8 Wordless Wednesday - Welcome Back! ::

Assalamualaikum to all my readers.

P/S: Can I have one more month of holiday?? Please. T_T

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

:: The bond ::

Assalamualaikum to all my readers.

Well, it's been a while since I posted my last entry which was, I don't know, a week ago. I purposely abstained myself from updating my blog because I didn't really get inspired to write and I felt that I would produce an entah ape-ape entry if I do so. But now I'm back with my a lot of stuffs that I wanna share with you guys my readers. Oh, speaking of readers, I don't know if my blog is still relevant, that people still want to read what I write. But I choose to write regardless.

I'm sure that most of us are still in the raya mode so it'll be good if I write something that has to do with my raya celebration this year. Like usual, me and my family went back to Penang to celebrate our raya. My mom is from Penang, if any of you wonder. Penang has always been one of the best place to celebrate raya because my granny's house is located right in front of the padi fields which make me adore the view and the second thing is, the food. The food always satisfy my taste buds. Whenever we go back to Penang, I will make my aunty find nasi lemak for breakfast, mee curry, bihun soup, mee kuah and above all, laksa. I'm not going back to Kelantan without eating all these delicious food.

It was time to visit my relatives here in Kelantan so, we went home after spending three exciting days celebrating Eid in Penang. When I was visiting them, I realized that it's hard to maintain a relationship with your cousins, your aunties, uncles and friends who you rarely spend time with. I have to admit one thing here. My grandparents has 13 children and I have quite a number of cousins so supposedly it would make my Eid merrier but it wasn't. I am a shy person so it is hard for me to rekindle a relationship if I don't see this particular people often. I will feel like, other than asking them about their studies, there is nothing else I wanna talk about with them, like, I don't know my cousins anymore. I believe it has something to do with us growing up and becoming more adult so the craziness and the fondness that we used to have are kinda fading away.

Sometimes I say to myself, what do I have to do to gain the chemistry back. We are families and it's not okay to see your own cousins and relatives as strangers. It's sucks. I'm 22 years old and if I can't fix this situation now, imagine what would happen when we all got married. We will live thousand miles away from each other, do our own business and it will affect our relationship. I don't want it to happen and I pray to God that someday, I get back the happiness that I used to feel when I was a little kid.

Sunday, September 4, 2011

:: Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri 2011 ::

Selamat Hari Raya to all Muslims and my readers.

May this festive season brings you a bundle of joy together with families and friends.


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