Saturday, January 31, 2009

I am back

just a few words: 
  • Holiday was a blast.
  • I am in need of sleep right now as the trip back from holiday was a long one.
  • thank you guest blogger for updating this blog of mine.
  • and yeah updates about my holiday will be up soon, I promise.

Friday, January 30, 2009

sully is my friend

hello readers! i am guestblogging while the original author of this blog is away in BALI with his family that lucky brat. ok kidding about the brat part. well this post may be a bit wordy and a tad bit mushy (!!), not the usual style of sully's blogging ways.

anyway. i am..3 days late posting this! blame my lazy butt for it not my fault.

since this is..a random gonna just be myself and be random. i realise there isnt much, if not any post about sully himself. obviously he isn't much of a narcisst. unlike (ahem) me. haha.

neh. a nice picture of Sully in Marang Jetty, Kuala Terengganu, before taking the boat to the island holiday trip of our lives! of course with others lah not just two of us what are you thinking zzz.

Although Sully and i have been in the same cg numerous times (read:3!) currently in the same cg too..we never really got to know each other and hang out and it was mostly probably because of me in my own self absorbed world. well. this trip changed my mind about alot of things and one of them was about sully.

an amazing friend.

haha is this getting too mushy for you? a girl so..abit of mushiness is alright.kan?haha. in so many ways he has taught me the importance of accepting people for who they are and to not jaga tepi kain orang and ..makan -__- yah. eating trips with him very syok one. no need to worry about being the only one eating..cos he'll eat with you too.haha.

so. yeah. Sully! thanks for your friendship and i am definately looking forward to more island trips with you! bora bora perhaps? haha

Tuesday, January 27, 2009


Be on a trip, but don't worry, this blog will not be abandone.

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Gong Xi Fa Chai greetings

wishing all my readers a Happy and Prosperous Chinese New Year

Friday, January 23, 2009

friends doing amazing feat

Debbie Yong doing her upside down spiderwoman walk. Indeed amazing *GASPS!!!* 

Thursday, January 22, 2009

rabbit tales

*hie!! I'm snoochems*

*what's up doc!!!*
Hai there , I am a rabbit if you haven't notice yet. I am own by this cute and really respondsible owner named Tracy. I am really fluffy, and I have greyish blackish patch near my bum. Well but I am white all over for most part.

*my bum area* 

Anyways I started as a juvenile when I come into the hands  of Tracy. She really took care of me and I grew into this big furball of an animal. If you were wondering what I eat most of the time well I am fed with this

*yummy food* 

it's yummy and when I get bored I am fed with plum and juicy carrots as an alternative to my diet. Wow I am spoil to bits with the amount of food I get.
With this amount of food I suffer one...wait two big problem, 

*how my poo looks like* 

Firstly I poo a lot, and when I say a lot  meaning  tonnes of those roundish poo of mine will be deposited on the newpaper below the cage I stay in. I pity my owner who takes care of me, but I can't help it. Afterall a lot of people are saying that rabbits are literally a breathing and walking pooping machine . I agree like totally!!! Sorry Tracy. 
Lastly, when I am thirsty, I drink from this bottle of water that literally hangs upside down at one corner of the cage. I have to bend my neck around a little bit and suck the water out of it like a cup of water with a straw attached. This cause me to pee a lot. 

 *sigh* How troublesome, but this also I can't help it I am always thirsty*

* alot of people say my greatest assets would be my black round eyes?? Agree???

I do get the occasional stroll or hopping around the house. it feels great for the legs as I get to stretch my legs. Other then that I am friendly and courteous to everyone. I like visitors to come and visit me. Please do. I will appreciate it if you do come and visit me. Thanks for coming by my owner brother's blog to hear me out. 

Signing out *What up doc!!!*

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Mcdonald's madness

I've thought I stop seeing the madness that has befall upon me, with this:

but behold :

the emoticon version*Faints*

Thanks Adrian Mau for making my day.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

JPJ 2009 regulation on seat belt use

JPJ has done an extensive testing on a newly designed seat belt. Results shows that accidents can be reduced by as much as 45% when the belt is properly installed. Correct installation is illustrated below:

the presidency twin bazels

No bad looks eerily similiar don't you think??Ohh and he is officially the president of the United States as of today.

More about the Obama Lookalike. Click here:Anas 

Monday, January 19, 2009

it's the people that makes the country

I was talking to my Indonesia friend on Yahoo Messenger and the conversation somehow ended with me saying this, "It's not the city/country that makes the people, but the it is the people that makes the city". I guess to put this phrase  into perspective, it's the people that shapes the places that they are in, the culture and the religion and the purpose of the city. So for me it's not about high skyscraper or cool innovative ideas or state of the art technology that one has, but it's the people that make the place of a city alive and vibrant. 
So what I like and love about my country???Well its the simple things like  the people that make the roti canai and the mamak stall in the corner of the road;where everyone comes together for a game of football at the mamak and get our blood pressure even higher when supporting our favourite team, or even different races can coexist together so harmoniously. 
So is it the city that makes the people? Or the people that makes the city/country?? for  you?

10 Questions Never to Ask in Job Interviews

The Savvy Networker

10 Questions Never to Ask in Job Interviews

by: Liz Ryan

1. "What does your company do?" This was a reasonable interview question in 1950 or in 1980, before the Internet existed. Today, it's your job to research any company you're interviewing with before setting foot in the door. We need to show up for a job interview knowing what the employer does, who its competitors are, and which of its accomplishments (or challenges) have made the news lately.

2. "Are you going to do a background check?"

It is amazing how many job candidates ask this question, which provokes alarm on the part of the interviewer, instead of the more general, "Can you please tell me a little about your selection process, from this point on?" Lots of people have credit issues that cause them worry during a job search, or aren't sure how solid their references from a previous job might be. If you're invited for a second interview, you can broach any sensitive topics from your past then. Asking "Will you do a background check?" makes you look like a person with something to hide.

3. "When will I be eligible for a raise?" Companies fear underpaying people almost as much as they fear overpaying them, because a person who's underpaid vis-a-vis his counterparts in the job market is a person with one eye on the career sites. Instead of asking about your first raise before you've got the job, you can ask (at a second interview) "Does your organization do a conventional one-year performance and salary review?"

4. "Do you have any other jobs available?"job search requires quick thinking about straight talk, and if a job is far below your abilities, you're better off saying so than beating around the bush with this question. You don't have to take yourself out of the running; you can say, "The job sounds interesting, but frankly I was earning 30% more and supervising people in my last job. Could you help me understand the career path for this role?" That's the cue for the interviewer, if he or she is on the ball, to highlight another job opening that might exist.

5. "How soon can I transfer to another position?" You're broadcasting "I'm outta here at the first chance" when you ask this question. If you like the job, take the job. If it's not for you, wait for the right opportunity. Almost every employer will keep you in your seat for at least one year before approving an internal transfer, so a job-search bait-and-switch probably won't work out the way you'd hoped.

6. "Can you tell me about bus lines to your facility?" Get online and research this yourself. It's not your employer's problem to figure out how you get to work.

7. "Do you have smoking breaks?" If you're working in retail or in a call center, you could ask about breaks. Everyone else, keep mum; if your need to smoke intrudes so much on your work life that you feel the need to ask about it, ask your best friend or significant other for smoking-cessation help as a new-job present. Lots of companies don't permit smoking anywhere on the premises, and some don't like to hire smokers at all. Why give an employer a reason to turn you down?

8. "Is [my medical condition] covered under your insurance?" This is a bad question on two counts. You don't want to tell a perfect stranger about your medical issues, especially one who's deciding whether or not to hire you. Ask to see a copy of the company's benefits booklet when an offer has been extended. This is also a bad question from a judgment standpoint; no department managers and only a tiny percentage of HR people could be expected to know on a condition-by-condition basis what's covered under the health plan. Anyway, your pre-existing condition won't be covered under most corporate plans for at least a year.

9. "Do you do a drug test?" If you have a philosophical objection to drug tests, wait until they ask you to take a drug test and tell them about your objection. Otherwise, your question sounds like, "I'd fail a drug test," so don't ask.

10. "If you hire me, can I wait until [more than three weeks from now] to start the job?" Employers expect you to give two weeks' notice. If you're not working, they'd love to see you more quickly. If you ask for tons of time off before you start working -- unless you have a very good reason -- the employer may think, "How serious is this candidate about working?" In any case, a start-date extension is something to request after you've got the offer in hand, not before.

Liz Ryan is a 25-year HR veteran, former Fortune 500 VP and an internationally recognized expert on careers and the new millennium workplace. Contact Liz at or join the Ask Liz Ryan online community at www.asklizryan/group. The opinions expressed in this column are solely the author's.

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Saturday, January 17, 2009

high school musical???

*inserts year this was taken* 
*inserts year this was taken* 
*inserts year this was taken* 

Was digging some old pile of photos inside my laptop and I noticed a bunch of old highschool picture.As you can see, due to my "awesome memory", I have remembered the year these pictures was taken. The good old times, lol

Friday, January 16, 2009

when you don't have a needle and a thread

What to do when there is not even a single thread and needle around to mend a big hole in your pants?? Well just, used a few stripes of scotch/paper tape and stick it across your pants that has a hole on it. Innovative yet easy to do.

Thursday, January 15, 2009




Port Dickson

Kuala Lumpur

7th January til 11 January 2009
Heading to Seremban with my Port Dickson peep, Asaph to grab some lunch and also water bottle hunting at Jusco . After all that is done, we headed straight to Port Dickson. Get to meet the awesome Sua family and also help out in a little bit of house chores. 

12 January til 13th January 2009-
Went down to Kuala Lumpur to do some shopping instead of heading down to Sunway Lagoon. Can't find people to tag along with us hence the decision to just do some shopping at KL and chillout. Met Kee Weng on the second day of our trip to KL.

I love this trip because it was impromptu and once again I get to meet a lot of people along the way. Great hospitallity and not to mention the craziness and fun along the way

Sunday, January 11, 2009

when I get back

when I can back:
  • Write something about the white fluffy animal that is at my rented Melaka house
  • Port Dickson trip write up (random stuff okay)
  • KL trip write up
anyways my friend send me this link.


I think the activities there are awesome. Check it out. Interested, please leave me a message at my comment area below this entry

Friday, January 9, 2009


Sully: y ..
Fellie C.: ...
Sully: nice status
Sully: wassup with that
Sully: lol
Fellie C.: coz dat's the world's famous question...
Sully: i c
Fellie C.: just beig random dat's all...

Thursday, January 8, 2009

how much?

Well, I've got one lingering question that is always on my head. How much money can the securiforce van brings every time there is money needed at the Automatic Teller Machine or when money is needed to be transported from a place to another place?.( the maximum amount of money)

P.S. Anyways not home at Malacca yet. How I am able to go online???.Well, the host that is hosting me at Port Dickson has internet at home. Woohoo!!

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

on a holiday

Be on a short trip to Port Dickson. How long I didn't post up anything here means that would be how many days I will be there. So just wait for updates yah when I get back home

Tuesday, January 6, 2009


super duper awesome if everything is confirm. Anyone wanna tag along with me to his concert on the 4th of March 2009. Please leave a comment stating your comfirmation/or partial comfirmation to might or might not go with me to this concert.

p.s: If this goes well, this would be one of the most awesome prebirthday gift ever!!!! 

Monday, January 5, 2009

friends doing amazing feat

My friend here is trying to multitask by drinking water and chinese tea at once. People!!! please clap for all her effort in making this stunt possible. 

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Where crocs meet comfort

The most comfortable canvas loafers I have ever worn. Period!!!

Friday, January 2, 2009

passenger seatbelt ruling

Overall the public was very positive about the new ruling, citing safety as their reason to backup the government's decision of the wearing the seatbelt ruling.   
The important question though is how those low income people with a lot of child going to fit into
 this policy. I wonder?? With this new policy now, only 3 passengers are allowed to be in the car, two behind and one on the front passenger seat. So let's say a family with 4 children. How on earth they are going to fit into the car with the new policy. Are those people going to be scott free from paying up fines just because that is the only car they can affort to buy and that is the only mode of transport the parents can go around with their kids? How about those people that have old cars without seatbelts on the passenger seats ?They really cannot afford to put in the seatbelts because of their low disposable income.  Will they be fined for not having seatbelts behind their car?

So at the end of the day, they should have different kinds of policy or different kinds of law for every different situation regarding this new seatbelt ruling. The propose fine of RM2000 beginning 1st of July 2009 is extremely harsh in my opinion. What do you think?  

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