Saturday, 29 January 2011

Does it worth it?

Well, in this materialistic world a simple compliment of "job well done" will not be able to get us anywhere and move on to survive and achieve our material goals. Definitely it will never be able to compensate the efforts and time we have put to have the work done. Work can be mentally devastating at times especially when the works of 5 persons to be handled by one. Where is the motivation? Where is the entitlement we should be getting? 

Farq.....

Thursday, 29 April 2010

When a shitter became a fxcker..

Benjamin said to Charles, "If you 'follow' me, I will give you 3 million rolls of toilet paper (which should have being given to you decades ago when you were still following me)."

Then Peter, too said to Charles, "If you don't, you better kiss your shitted-arse."

Thereafter anyhow, Benjamin gave the toilet paper as promised although Charles did not 'follow' him earlier. 

Peter said again to Charles, "My earlier statement is just a reminder for you so that you will be grateful that you do have toilet paper to do the shit-cleaning."



Super idiotic fxcker with a supersized idiotic shit-brain...

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Friday, 23 April 2010

The story of a Soldier being promoted to a War General in the Battlefield

'Kam' said he was 'just a soldier' ordered to the battlefield.

"When 'Sam' told me I had been nominated for 'HS', I was shocked.

"I asked whether it was a party recommendation but the secretary-general just told me to get ready and that they will see me at 3.30pm when the party candidate was to be announced."


Seems like a dummy candidate to me. What a joke.



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QUOTE OF THE DAY  
If man does find the solution for world peace it will be the most revolutionary reversal of his record we have ever known.
- George C. Marshall -

Friday, 5 February 2010

Tiger Year is coming... Roar~

Counting down to go home... 7 days. 

But somehow, there doesn't seem to be any CNY feel in the air. 

No group gathering announcement yet, haven't really done much shopping for my own new year clothes, not really expecting those CNY junk food.

All shopping centres, shops, radio, etc., blasting the same remixed CNY songs. 

I really kinda find them annoying every year.

Same songs, but probably just different singers.

Honestly I would really prefer the CNY oldies more than the nowadays hip-hop-pop-rock-crappie-whatever remixed version.

I really got fed-up until I found this. So far it's the only one I like..



And he's talented too... haha.

Who knows, he could be namewee soon-to-be.




Happy Chinese New Tiger Year.

恭喜发财 万事如意


QUOTE OF THE DAY 

Tuesday, 12 January 2010

1-Malaysia, 1-Apple, 1-Orange


Our "beloved" Home Ministry secretary-general replied to foreign diplomats on the question of why Proton Saga can be known as 笨蛋傻瓜 (ben dan sa gua) in other countries but it can't be called-so in Malaysia.


Yes, of course. And they are make by the same bunch of idiots patriots.

So much for 1-Malaysia.

We even have to eat the same apple and orange as a Malaysian.

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QUOTE OF THE DAY  
Some men are born mediocre, some men achieve mediocrity, and some men have mediocrity trust upon them.
- Joseph Heller -

Friday, 8 January 2010

So which side are you from?

A little girl asked her father:   'How did the human race appear?'

The father answered, 'God made Adam and Eve; they had children; and so was all mankind made.'


Two days later the girl asked her mother the same question.

The mother answered, 'Many years ago there were monkeys from which the human race evolved.'

The confused girl returned to her father and said, 'Dad, how is it possible that you told me the human race was created by God, and Mom said they developed from monkeys?'

The father answered, 'Well, Dear, it is very simple.  I told you about my side of the family, and your mother told you about hers.'

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QUOTE OF THE DAY  
The great tragedy of Science - the slaying of a beautiful hypothesis by an ugly fact. 

- Thomas H. Huxley -

Friday, 23 October 2009

Dr. Sheikh Muszaphar & Partners Clinic

Our one and only infamous celebrity-lengzai-doctor-angkasawan sponsored by our tax money opens his first medical clinic at Starhill Gallery.

"Dr. Sheikh also announced that all the children from the three homes, namely – Ti-Ratana Welfare Society, Fardhu Kifayah Orphanage and Syifa Orphanage would be given free medical treatment at the clinic. This effort was made possible with the support of Tan Sri (Dr) Francis Yeoh.

"Dr. Sheikh shared that the free treatment was his way of giving back to the society after achieving his dreams of going to space and having overwhelming support from the Malaysian public."

Ok, that's a good charity deeds. But then, out of so many corners around KL why Starhill? Parking around that area already has being costly enough. Definitely other than lucky the three charity homes, it's a bomb for the low to middle income patients to pay our "beloved" angkasawan a visit.
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QUOTE OF THE DAY Get the facts, or the facts will get you. And when you get them, get them right, or they will get your wrong. - Dr. Thomas Fuller, Gnomologia, 1732 -

Thursday, 13 August 2009

Last post from Hanoi..

Following is a Skype message from my buddy..
[9:37:26 AM] Lee Teck Seng: Day after Day, Time after Time, The Sunrise and it set in dark, As river flow to the ocean bed, That's where all new beginning start.. Terence Wong, A familiar name among all of us, Guy from the city of Cat, Travel all the way to explore, Vientiane Laos to Hanoi Vietnam, And the footstep ended in a path. You have overcome lots of stuff, Works, peoples, places, foods.... And yet, your charming face, Will not be forgotten by us, Who knew you since the first day, Sad, sorrow, happinnes and joy, No pain will not put you gain, All the best in your future endeavors, You will always in my prayer, Keep in touch...!!! Agape........ brother!!!
Oh man.. I'm missing everyone in Hanoi already. Take care, my friends. You guys gave me wonderful memories. Love you all. Hope to see you guys soon.. ~CheeRz~
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QUOTE OF THE DAY The first question I ask myself when something doesn't seem to be beautiful is why do I think it's not beautiful. And very shortly you discover that there is no reason. - John Cage -

Thursday, 6 August 2009

My "Restaurant"

I have a waiter on-duty in his smart uniform in my well-known restaurant in KL. He was serving a bad-tempered patron who just gave him a hard time. My waiter spitted on the food before serving it to the bad-tempered patron. Another patron, Sam saw my waiter. And caught him on video. Sam uploaded the video to the internet. I found the video. And certainly am not happy about it. I posted a clear message on all major newspapers. Telling everyone it is not my restaurant. Whoever can't read a word on the newspaper, also can easily recognize my waiter's smart uniform. Damn that bastard. I must take stern action on the responsibility of Sam for tarnishing my restaurant image to serve as a lesson to others. It shows how low that bastard's moral and mentality is for using websites as platforms to spread lies and tarnish the image of those he dislikes. Welcome to my "restaurant".
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QUOTE OF THE DAY Everything you can imagine is real. -Pablo Picasso-

Wednesday, 5 August 2009

One of my last dinners in Hanoi...

Pre-dinner... Post dinner... After dinner... That was my dinner tonight. And.. after after dinner... hehe What a pity, huh? What do to? Had great meals for the past few days... Dinner at Al Frescos. Seafood Platter... The best and yummy pork rib... The biggest pizza I've ever seen. Then just last Sunday, dim sum buffet at Fortuna Hotel. My fruit-tail 龟苓膏 special... Shark-fin dumpling... Baked curry puff with my favorite round durian puff and fried sweet potato... And a fresh bowl of soya milk. So what's for dinner tomorrow? Hmm...
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QUOTE OF THE DAY An intelligence test sometimes shows a man how smart he would have been not to have taken it. -Laurence J. Peter-