Thursday, January 6, 2011

Make it work

Went to my ‘interview’ today. It confirmed my theory on almost 50% of Chinese in Malaysia is English retards. The assistant manager called me and asked me to an interview. The first thing that popped into my mind was what kind of question are they going to ask? I prepared myself to any possibilities, which in the turned out to be a complete waste of time. Their so called ‘interview’ is just informing me about the shifts, my wages, and confirming my interest in it. What the fcuk! That’s not an interview! It didn’t even come close! As well, on the bright side, I’m doing what I do best and am being pay for it. Although on the down side, I only have 2 days off and I have to use them to learn to drive a car. Frankly, I’m not that keen on mastering it because it means that I’ll have the duty to fetch my brother to school in case of emergency. On the second thought, maybe I should. I’ll give him the ride on the life time. Hehehe…

Mel, was ihr denken wenn wir schreiben in Deutsch? Ich brauchen eine lehrerin.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Bread and Books

Well, while Edbert is off to NS, Benjie started on AUSMAT and Nicole who will be going to Australia during Feb. (I want to kill you Nic!) I’m still waiting for the reply of the assistant manager. (Don’t really know where I’m heading in the future yet. Most likely following my parents ‘timetable’) I handed in my application form and have yet to receive a reply. (Don’t ask) Of course, people who bought books from Scholastic last year will still remember the books the school owes us our books. Luckily for me, I bought my books under my brothers’ name. (He is still useful after all!) So yay for me! (Totally can see Daniel’s eyes rolling)

Thank God the Mockingjay does not Stephenie Meyer’s name printed in the front page. (Let’s not go there) After finishing Mockingjay, I’d find that the story does have a twist (Pn. Lim!) only it is in a form of deaths. Kind of funny though. It seems the best twist most of nowadays stories can have is death. With just a few lines, authors can kill off one of his or her characters in the book. (It does have the God-like feeling) But, this is good story. The ending is different. Not the fairytales happily ever after ending but happy enough.

Two books down, four more to go!

P/S: Unfortunately, books are the only entertainment allowed to me at the moment. No booze yet. (Sad)

PP/S: Guten Tag Mel, ich brauchen ihr helfen in Deutsch.

Saturday, January 1, 2011


My New Year resolution is to complete my old resolutions. Happy New Year everyone!

Tigers of the Year of Tiger

Everyone who watches TVs these days will know that our country’s Tiger team has finally won the AFF Cup after competing for it for 14 years. Their success is splash across every newspaper. The commercials are repetitively broadcasting the moment their scored the goals. Hurrah.*Sarcasm*

Seriously, I don’t know why they are making such a big thing out of it. It’s just a group of people who kicked the ball between two metal poles with a Keeper keeping the ball out. I know it is suppose to be sportsmanship, national pride and everything. But come on, it has been almost a week since that happened. Let it rest will you?!

Of course, being the true Malaysian, people went buying the jerseys with the names of the guys who scored. Seriously, what are trying to achieve by doing that?

Ok, ok, I know it’s just me who live in a room full of books in my own fantasy land, not understanding ‘true’ sportsmanship. However, undeniably, the aftermath of the winning is just too much.