Sometimes you leave too much bloggable things to accumulate and you’ll have to cramp it all in one because multiple entries at any one time is not hot.
To distress during the exam season, I bought plasticine from the neighbourhood bookshop and moulded myself silly for two hours when I really should’ve been studying. Of course, my inspiration comes from the master of polymer clay earrings, April Yim. Go here and here to look at her amazing creations. She’s even got a brochure out(you’ll have to request for it) if you are interested in purchasing some of her earrings.
My masterpieces. Cute or not?!
A bowl of noodles with meat balls and veggie.:)
Dunkin Donut – Strawberry Frost!
Pizza with pepperoni!
A plate of vegetable with garnished with garlic.
It’s a roasted chicken, goddamnit.
An american breakfast set – complete with the sunny side up, green peas, bacon and french fries.
Hotdog with mayo and a damn realistic looking sausage;’)
Here are some random photos from uni:
This is an example of one of my problem based learning classes.
The horrible, horrible cafeteria food.
Drain water gravy.
Camwhoring at night. Don’t mind me, just skip on to the next set of photographs.
After my exams, I immediately hopped onto the bus back to good ol’ Subang Jaya!! WHoo HOoo! I was going to do so many things!! Meet up for breakfast with Weng Lum, go see Harry Potter with a few of the girls and spend some quality time with my family. I could hardly wait!!
It was raining somewhere in Penang.. nice effect hor?
This looks like something out of Disney’s Hercules.
The following morning I joined Esther, Chung Lern, Krystle, Huini, Wen Bin, Justin, Daryl, Teng Choon and Jiun Haw at Pelita just to catch up before meeting up with Weng Lum at Tanjung to exchange letters that we sent to each other back in national service. We used to send letters to each other back in national service to update each other about how much our camps sucked.
Esther’s nice hair.
l-r: me, Esther, Jiun Haw, Teng Choon, Daryl, Justin, Wen Bin, Chung Lern, Huini and Krystle.
We even took videos of each other reading the vulgar bits and decided to do a retake the next time we meet up. My video was just too horrible. UGH. I did wear my NS t-shirt for the occasion. But it was great fun to know how I whined in the letters. Weng Lum’s letters are not for the weak hearted. He swears in style, this guy. In a later blog entry, I’ll post up our letters. Buyt we’ll see about that lah, see how it goes.
Weng Lum laughing at himself.
The major event of the day was to watch Harry Potter: The Goblet Of Fire!!! Been waiting and waiting to see this show for ages. I only had 20 minutes to go home to change, pick Mun Teng and Melody up and drive to Sunway Pyramid. I thought I was some cool shit speed driver…mana tau…
I was in such a hurry and I busted my tyre on a curb near Mel’s house. The impact was such a horrible feeling. So yeap, I chipped my rims and there was a fugly flap on the tyre. I had to leave my car in front of Mel’s house and the flap was SO big that I was actually worried that the rain water would collect inside the tyre.
We all know that my father will grill me properly for this boo-boo.
After the movie, I called him and broke the terrible news.
He came over immediately in the pouring rain saying, “The tyre is gone.”.
My father was changing the tyres under the rain with a flaring temper. I was meekly carrying two huge-ass umbrellas(I’ve got a bad cramp in both my arms now) trying to shield the both of us from the rain.
It did not help that the time was 4.15pm and the family was due at Dad’s company Hari Raya Kenduri in Balakong at 5pm. He even had to go home to bathe again.
But of course lah, after the usual lecture and me going, “Yes, dad. Okay, Yes, mum. Okay. Okay. Yes. Okay. Sorry. Okay, Yes.”.. everything was back to normal. We even went to see Exorcism Of Emily’s Rose and it’s a bloody scary movie!!
Another horrible incident to complete my near disastrous weekend, was when my father brought us to Seremban to attend his ex-colleague’s open house. I was taking Satay and I saw this VERY VERY familiar face smiling back at me in what I thought was recognition. I smiled brightly and shouted, “Cikgu!!”. I thought I saw one of my National Service trainers. My parents were equally excited for me and he was supposedly dad’s ex-colleague’s husband.
I went up to him and said, “hello cikgu! Bagainmana cikgu related dengan Aunty?” The poor guy was confused. His wife came up and said, “No, my husband was never a national service trainer…?” The guy was also looking at me one kind.
I put a hand to my face and said, “Oh maaf… malu.. Wrong Person……”
I WANTED TO KILL MYSELF THEN AND THERE. FUCKING EMBARRASSING.