Tuesday, 30 September 2008

iPod Touch, HTC, iPhone, Sony Ericsson W980??

My iPod Touch arrived today!!! Woohoo!!!!
32Gb. Only $629. Student price.
Btw, I'm going to buy this:

The sleek, gorgeous, and better-than-iPhone HTC Touch Diamond.

Nah, I'm just kidding. The last time I checked, it was going for RM 2700 back in Malaysia. Over here, its only $598 (converted, it costs around RM1400), with an affordable Singtel iOne value plan. No doubt, its definitely more woth it to buy it here, but I can't possibly afford to buy something which costs more than a quarter of what I have in my bank account.

So, I'm looking for somebody who is at least willing to buy me the phone as an advanced birthday present.

My birthday is coming (pretty) soon.
It falls on the 20th of May.

Only seven more months to my birthday!!

*hint, hint*
I want the HTC Touch Diamond!!!!!!


And they say the best things in life are free.


That being said, I'm probably going to settle for the much cheaper Sony Ericsson W980:

The latest Sony Ericsson phone model.

But my heart still yearns for the HTC.


My Chemistry CA is tomorrow and I still have chapters 3, 4, and 5 to study.

I'm so freaking dead.

P.S.: If you (yes, you) happen to be thinking of signing up for an EXPENSIVE Singtel plan but don't want the phone that comes with it, do drop me an e-mail so that can decide on the price of the HTC you're willing to sell me.

Thursday, 25 September 2008

my dear classmates of year 2006...

Was feeling nostalgic and began reminiscing about the good ol' days...

5 Science 1 MGS-ians of class 2006,

Yes, I do remember that time when our teacher told us to write our names on a piece of paper and pass it around the class, where each of our classmate would anonymously write something about us. That day, we found out how much we actually meant to everyone.

I remember how we all cheered when we got first place in the Recycling Campaign. That day, we found out how each and every of our small efforts actually counted for something.

I remember how we spent our end-of-year holidays going for class trips. I remember the excitement as all of us gathered at school in the wee hours of the morning, barely getting enough sleep the night before. The craziness, the broken curfews, the gossips, the late nights. Most importantly, the friendship bonding.

I remember how we told each other how much we meant to each other during Friendship Week, and how each and everyone of us secretly made a pact to ourselves to be friends forever. I also remember how we wept over the Graduation Song. Even till now, nostalgia overwhelms me whenever that song is played.

I remember how we all had fun during our last year of schooling and despite that year being the most important exam year, I think it will be the most memorable year ever.

Even after graduation, it seems that will never really forget one another coz at some time or other, as busy as we may seem, I believe that we will always find the time to 'stumble' upon one of the few things that still holds us together. Our childhood memories, filled with ups and downs, will always be etched in our hearts.

In a few decades time, when we're all grown up, will I still remember?

They say you can never forget your first love.

5 Science 1, you guys are my first friends I have ever loved. How can I ever forget?

Our pride: http://5science1.blogdrive.com.

Wednesday, 24 September 2008

Lame stuff

I got bored, and decided to start a random conversation with Kelvin on MSN:

To make it easier for you to read, I'm red and Kelvin's blue.


waz up?



up is sky
down is earth



u wan to c doc?

i very scared doc
coz he will gif injection
very pain
i scared

injection is only for ppl like u mah
other dunid

so i scared lo
so i dowan c doc
why u wan me c doc?

coz u suddenly tell me lalalalala
then i ask u waz up
u say sky
ask u c doc lo
c ur mind gt sth wrong or not

really one ma
u ask me waz up
then i duno so i look up n c waz up
den i saw the sky wo
so i tell u wad i saw lo

now u in ur hse?


if u in ur hse
u should saw ceiling mah
not sky leh

yalo hor

then why i say sky?

tht why i ask u go check wz doc

dowan la
i very scared doc
he wil take sharp sharp thing to poke me until i bleed
den very pain
i will shout
first he will poke in.......
then he put some white thing inside..

ur hole

then he pull out...
very pain leh
doc gt take sharp sharp thing poke u b4?
im sure got rite

long long ago lo
now no more d


but i think u need to be poked

tats why i dowan see doc la
coz he will poke me
i scared

poke liao can be better wor
not seeing sky but see ceiling d

i already very good
nonid to be better




i reli gtg d leh...


now stress coz i waste my morning on ntg


so now muz gambateh

ok ok

enjoy ur holidays~~~



Monday, 22 September 2008

The difference...

You know that you've settled down in Singapore when back in Malaysia you...

1. Poke at any screen you see, thinking they're touch-screen.
2. Forget how to use a remote control.
3. Forget how to turn on the toilet lights, thinking they're activated by movement sensors.
4. Pinch your nose when you walk into public toilets.
5. Try to pay for your purchases with your ATM card instead of cash.
6. Think how cheap everything is.
7. Complain about the horribly, extremely, awfully slow Internet connection.
8. Impatiently wait for YouTube videos to load.
9. Get so pissed off waiting for ages for the public bus.
10. Have friends commenting that you speak Singlish instead of Manglish.
11. Feel damn outdated about Malaysia's political issues.
12. Wonder who Ahmad Ismail is.

Sunday, 21 September 2008

12 hour marathon

Last Thursday night, I started on my Life Science coz my CA was on the very next day. I had dinner at 5 p.m., put on my Full Force Victory bandana at 6 p.m., and began studying.

*study, study, study*

At about 7 p.m., I was beginning to get a little tired so I walked to the nearby mini mart to buy myself a drink.

Shandy greatly relieves stress. You should try some. =)

Then, I resumed studying. With the occasional toilet break. And also snack breaks.
Oh, yes. MSN breaks, too.

12 hours later, at 6.30 a.m., I finally finished studying. Just on time for my CA, which would begin in 3 hours time. Which meant I had another 2 hours of sleep to catch up on, and then another hour to get ready.

I should be thankful I still had two hours to rest my eyes and my head.

My zombie-like body crawled out of bed at 8.30 a.m..

At 9.30 a.m., my CA began.

About half of the questions seemed alien to me.

At 9.40 a.m., I finished my CA.

I trudged back to my room and went right back to bed.

Twelve hours of non-stop studying for a stupid ten minute test, of which I screwed up.

My Physics lecture was at 11.30 a.m.. So, I awoke again at 11 a.m..

And took a bus to the nearest shopping mall.

Watched a stupid horror movie, Mirrors. Scared myself like hell.

I picked scaring myself silly over Physics lectures.

After the movie, I hurried back for my Econs tutorial class, which started at 2.30 p.m.. I strolled into the tutorial room at 3 p.m., when the tutor was just about to begin on the final question.

Better late than never, right?



Thursday, 18 September 2008

My typical study night (and the morning after)

7 p.m.: A nice, hot bath. *Full force motivation!!*

8 p.m.: A cup of coffee. *highly caffeinated*

9 p.m.: A cup of hot chocolate. *energised*

10 p.m.: A cup of hot tea. *revitalised*

11 p.m.: Livita / Red Bull. *Re energised*

12 a.m.: Mc Donald's. *tummy filled*

1 a.m.: Shandy. *stress reduced*

2 a.m.: Coffee again. *reawakened*

3 a.m.: Plain water. *thirst quenched*

5 a.m.: Pee. *bladder emptied*

6 a.m.: Bed time. *finally getting some real rest*

8 a.m.: Breakfast. *finally getting some real food*

9.30 a.m.: Materials Science and Physics lecture. *lesson absorption rate negligible*

11.30 a.m.: Back to bed.

Wednesday, 17 September 2008


Many of us, at one time or other, has definitely thought of migrating out of Malaysia coz "Malaysia's government sucks!!", "Malaysia has low efficiency!", "Malaysians are stupid and rude!", or "Malaysia's culture is too conservative." And so on and so forth.

I have always thought of migrating whenever I get the chance.

I'm now out. Out of "useless Malaysia", into a "better, more advanced country".

And I miss home.

Yes, I miss my home. My country. My birthplace.

When I was younger, I'd hear of Malaysians overseas (especially in more developed and advanced countries) saying that they miss their home, they can't wait to be back, it's good to be home, etc. I've always thought they were shallow and stupid. I mean, who on earth would want to go back to a kampung when they've been to the city?

There are some things you'll have to experience yourself to truly understand it.

Of course, it'd like damn freaking weird to see me being so patriotic and never in a million years would I expect myself to say this but...

I miss my country.

I wanna go home.

P.S. : Of course, I'd still rather work in Singapore once I graduate, coz the pay here is higher and there are less "stupid Malaysians".



ASS (Acute Stress Syndrome) is back. And this time, it's improved it's abilities and power. Seems to me like it wasn't very happy the last time I beat it down. I think it's back for revenge.

I'm on the losing side.

Not to worry.

Though physical strength I may have not, I've got something better.


More importantly, assurance from the fact that most university students are drowning in the same boat as me.


I skipped Chemistry lecture again. The last time I did that, I prioritised sleeping over lectures. Today, I prioritised watching movies over lectures.

Yes. While the lecture was going on, I was sitting comfortably in my room, several blocks away from the lecture theatre, watching Silent Hill on my laptop.

You can bet the next time I skip my Chemistry lecture again (of which I will probably run out of lame excuses for not attending the lecture) will be because I prioritise laziness over lectures.

Physics, Material Science, and Life Science CA's (continual assessment) are due this Thursday and Friday, and I haven't started studying yet.

Not to mention, I'm left behind in all my tutorials. Except for Physics. Coz I love Physics. It's one of the subjects I understand best in uni. Correction. It's the only subject I truly understand in uni. So far. It's only a matter of time that I drown in that too.

And I've got to complete my formal lab report, of which I have totally no idea how to go about it.

I'm screwed.

But no matter.


Sunday, 14 September 2008

shopping vs studying

Went shopping yesterday.

Bought heels!!! Pretty ones!!!!

Also stocked up on snacks, stationery's, and tissue paper.

Feeling terribly guilty right now coz I didn't study much last night.


Whoever said Further Math was hard is SERIOUSLY KIDDING ME.

For those of you A-Levels students who are considering taking Further Math, go for it! You may regret taking the subject a few months down the road and some of you may even feel like giving up, but if you persevere to the end, I promise you, you'll do MUCH BETTER in uni compared to those who didn't take the subject.

Most importantly, Further Math isn't hard at all. On the contrary, it's like damn freaking easy.

All of a sudden, A-Levels seems like child's play.


Close eyes also can get A.

Of course, in uni, although the text books seem very thick and the notes seem to be jibberish, and the students there seem to be able to comprehend every single thing they read, the scanario is not what you think it is. Yes, the text books are thick and the notes seem like they printed in a foreign language, but it is not true that the students' abilities are as high as what you may perceive.

I don't understand half of the stuff I read.

Saturday, 13 September 2008

Mid Autumn festival celebration.

Mid Autumn festival celebration.

It was pretty fun. Too bad I didn't win the lucky draw. First prize is PSP Lite leh!!!!!!!!!

Dammit man I didn't win...

Had beer with a few friends at ADM after that.

Now my head is like pounding like hell and I can't even think/walk/study.

Stupid alcohol.

P.S.: Today, I received these:=)

Thursday, 11 September 2008

Life @ NTU

Dear Gossip Babies and fellow kaypo MGS-ian classmates of year 2006,

The biggest and loudest gossiper has something to say.

Info is exclusively only for the said people above.

You should feel priviledged!!!

Contact me on MSN if you wanna know.


Disclaimer: As you know, I might be a little '38' so...

You know, I know lah.

Monday, 8 September 2008

The goth, the herbovire, and the stupid.

If you knew me well enough, you'd also know very well that I'm a carnivore.

A few days ago, I was tortured by being forced into consuming this:


The story is, Kevin, Kelvin, and I got bored of studying chatting and we decided to play the classic game of Truth or Dare.

The consequence?

A night of study-cum-truth-sharing session, Kevin's nails painted black, Kelvin's arms being graffiti-ed, and me being converted into a herbivore.

The goth, the herbivore, and the stupid.


Had my first math quiz.

I flunked.

Real bad.

Not in the mood to talk about it.


I wish I had 48 hours a day instead of just 24.


For the past two weeks, I have been going to bed at 4-5 a.m. on average and waking up at 8 a.m..

I'm a walking zombie.


Last Saturday, my body took it's toll. I fell asleep at 9 p.m. and awoke at 12 p.m. the next day. My longest sleeping record ever.


Last night was supposed to be a study night, but we ended up watching some stupid, lame movie in Kelvin's room.

Guilt's overwhelmed me.


I'm now officially a Sub-committee of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering School Club!! Yay!!!!!


I'm going to study now.

Busy, busy, busy.

Wednesday, 3 September 2008

Of candies, camera phones, and books.

Remember a certain someone from a certain Japanese anime/movie who enchances his logical thinking and analytical skills by consuming a certain type of foodstuff high in C, H and O elements in the ratio 1:2:1 and by sitting in a certain position and handling things in a certain type of way?

That "certain person" wannabe.

That day, I failed to solve any of my Math and Physics problems.

Enhancing logical and analytical skills my ass.

Tuesday, 2 September 2008

Anyone want one?

The picture says it all...


Raedarling Made Easy...

Is active again!

However, I have decided that it shall be focused on more private parts of my life, hence, it's open to invited readers only.

I don't want random people gossiping about me.

If you're one of my close friends, you might be happy that you'll finally get to read about more "realistic" updates on my personal life, besides these somewhat "superficial" ones you see here.

Not that whatever I'm saying here will be untrue or exaggerated.

Just that, in Raedarling Made Easy, I shall be able to be more of myself and express myself fully without having people misunderstand me.

As they say, only your true friends understand you best.

My apologies to those who aren't invited. Do send me a message if you think I have forgotten to invite you, especially to those MGS-sians of class 2006. Miss you guys!

Monday, 1 September 2008

Psychological warfares...

As people grow up, the complications get worse and it gets harder to trust people.

For some unknown reason, people get more critical and more analytical.

I seriously don't know who to trust.

Maturity sucks.

HAppy birthday Malaysia!

Celebrated Merdeka Night last Saturday. Enjoyed myself lots. Check out my Friendster profile for photos. Too lazy to upload them here.



I had supper at 2.30 a.m. this morning, went to bed at 5.30 a.m., and woke up again at 7.30 a.m. for my 8.30 Lab.

Spent 2.5 hours drawing this during Lab today:

It would be a waste if I didn't take a photo of my hard work.


Under some circumstances, Raedarling Made Easy is temporarily open to invited readers only.

Sorry for the inconvenience caused.