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June 24, 2009

Can the TV people see us?

Can the people in televisions see us? I mean through the screens... I've been asking this question since I was darjah 4 where something kinda odd happened while I was watching KFC Hour on TV2 one morning...


I was sitting alone on a long couch in front of the TV with a boring look on my face coz this show really sucked... the hosts are finally getting to a segment where they showed all of the winning drawing of a drawing contest... then, once they finished showing the last drawing...

"Ya, tahniah diucapkan kepada semua pemenang... yang tak menang tu, jangan monyok2, cuba lagi minggu depan ya... eh, kenapa dengan adik tu? Muka monyok sangat... tak menang ke?"

I responded to the question by looking at my back, as if they were actually talking to the person behind me (which is nobody...)

"Adik tu la... Yang baju merah tu..."

I responded again by doing the same thing...

"Ish!! Adik yang tengah duduk atas kerusi panjang tu!!"

Baju merah? Kerusi panjang? Are they really referring to me? I pointed a finger to myself with a are-you-talking-to-me kinda look...

"Haa!! betuL! adik la! Kenapa monyok ni? Tak menang ke?"

I nodded my head with disbelief

"ala, siannya... nanti try lagi k? Alright, mari kita saksikan kartun seterusnya... Enjoy ya!"

I hopped off the couch and ran to my mother who was planting kangkung at the backyard... Ma! tadi orang dalam TV tu bercakap dengan Ami!! My mom just gave me the have-you-been-drinkin? or are-you-on-drugs? kinda look...

then, next week, I made small banner using a cardboard and a marker pen... I wrote YOUR SHOW SUCKS!! WE WANT SOMETHING ELSE!! and flashed it to the screen, hoping that the hosts could read it and end the boring show so that an hour of my precious free time wouldn't be wasted... but no response after that...

hmmm...




June 21, 2009

big or small... or maybe medium...

My mom was folding my shirts (melipat baju) when she let out a sigh...

"(sigh) kenapa la beli baju semua kecik2..."

and I was like "Hmm?"

"ni baju ni... semua kecik kecik... baju kecik, seluar kecik..."

and then my younger brother, being a 'penyibuk' and 'penyampuk' professional, had to barge into the 'conversation' with a proposition...

"Haaa... apa kata Angah bagi baju baju Angah semua kat Faiz! Settle!"

"Yeah right, and then, what am I supposed to wear? kain pelekat? and besides, mom, those are my boxers... of course there are small... and the t-shirts, everyone's wearing S size nowadays... Gay looks are the 'in' thing..."




...okey, I didnt actually spoken the last few lines, I just said it in my mind... but it's kinda true, Gay looks are really the 'in' thing nowadays... Mom, u always watch those Citra Sandiwara (not to mention Bio-Nik, Rempit VS Impak Maksima and Akademi Fantasia...) everyday on TV, havent u noticed almost every guy in it wearing small t-shirts, V necks, skinny jeans and all that... I'm just following the trend... look at Alief for instance, he always wear clothes yang menyerlahkan lagi kekuatan dan kesasaan otot otot tangannya... dan juga perutnya (NO OFFENSE)... and not to forget Ridhwan : skinny pants (more like crouch-gripping pants) and slim fit shirts...

I remember what Ridhwan said when we were in Lendu (back in the days where I was still wear ing ass-covering t-shirts) - "Pamie, besarnya baju kau, orang lelaki tak payah tutup bontot la..." and thanks to that, I started noticing people (espeacially girls) staring at me like I'm E.T and giggled sometimes... "besarnya baju budak tu" I heard they say... from that moment, I realized that I got to change from M to S...

But... a few months back, shopping with my mom, I chose the size S for all of my clothes which led me to a debate with mom... "Orang lelaki tak payah nak tunjuk bontot" Dush!! Betul2... but mom... Sigh~ ye la... ye la... akhirnya beli baju saiz M gak... besides, she's paying...














June 18, 2009

Bla Bla Blah... Bosan

Yes, It's the holiday and I got nothing to do but spending most of my time at home and looking after dad's grocery store... So damn bored but it's a good thing though... I do need the rest... if I'm in Melaka rite now, I would most probably be spending time in Dataran Pahlawan, walking around aimlessly, spending money watching movies (probably the same movie over and over again) and buggin my working friends...

Nothing much is happening at home, so I'll be rambling about the happenings around the neighbourhood...

Apparently, after months being away from home, I found that the local police force are now being so hardworking... almost everyday I'll be hearing stuff like; "Wey, malam tadi Amran kena tangkap! Kes dadah..." or "Babi la polis tu... semalam diorang datang melawat rumah aku, macam ribut aku lari ikut pintu belakang! Habis semak samun aku redah, tunggang terbalik pasu bunga mak aku..." or "Cepat la wey, time2 camni polis rajin sikit meronda..."

If I'm lucky enough, I would probably see some action happening in front of my store - police-drug junkie chasing scenes... better than the chasing scenes in the movies... of course, being locals, escaping from the police is like a piece of cake for the junkies and the oil plantation could be a good hiding spot... but for those who failed to escape, they have to be ready take a beating from the cops...



then, the usual scenarios in the store...


Budak kecik: Abah, nak ais krim!

Ayah budak: Abah takde duit la... ermm, tauke! Bagi rokok sebungkus!


Rather than buying his 5 year old a RM0.60 ice cream, he would prefer buying a pack of cigarette worth RM9.00... (hutang pulak tu... cis)


and many times I see a guy holding a baby with using one of his hand while the other one holding a burning cancer stick... at such a young age these poor babies have been exposed with toxic smoke...
sometimes my mom, seeing this situation, would grab the baby away from the smokin father and ask him to finish his ciggi first before he could take back his baby...


Haih, what has happen to the society


What I dread the most is seeing more and more 'bohsia's and minah rempits roaming the streets with their horrible highlighted hair, tight jeans, small tank tops, and selipar jamban... not to mention their loud howling... not cool



ahh... sweet home Ketengah Jaya... where drugs and 'air ketum' and cigarettes and the rempit ways of life are destroying the lives of innocent young ones... lucky enough we dont have gun-shooting gangsters here




so, that's it for now... boring rite?
no pictures of beaches... no pictures of trips... no weddings... nothing new to buy... no new movies to watch... haih... cant wait to go back to Melaka...


peace out...


June 8, 2009

I'm like a birD~~~

Just a long update

May 21 -
after less than a week lying in bed in Terengganu, I was back on my feet, riding a bus to Melaka, just to see my friends for a while...

and instead of watching "Night in a Museum 2", Alief, Alvin and I went to watch an animation, "Battle for Terra" instead...


What in the world made me choose this movie over "Night in the Museum 2"? I have no idea... we were the first to purchase the tickets (where we could choose to sit anywhere we want...) and by the end of the movie, we noticed that there were only 4 people watching including us (the other person was a guy who's still remain unknown)...

the movie was not that bad... it had a really really really slow beginning, but after the battle started, it got kinda interesting (sedapkan hati)... the story line was so cliche - humans trying to invade other planet (Terra) because Earth and several other neighbouring planets got destroyed during war... the local beings of Terra was nothing beyond real (macam berudu berkepala penyu yang boleh berenang di udara...) but they managed to put up a good battle... the space ships battle kinda resembled the ones in Star Wars yet some of the technology advances portrayed managed to make us say, "Cool..."


then, the next day, I took a bus to Kuala Lumpur, met my girl in Pudu and together off to Klang (Nas' house) to work for more than a week!!

check this out...

http://absurdamuser.blogspot.com/2009/06/sebab-sebab-gaji-kena-potong.html


some of the gambar curik during the Konvokensyen UiTM (Mei-Jun 2009) in UiTM Shah Alam


pinjam tag boss...



perkarangan Menara... tempat berniaga...




cup-cake tiga hingget... akak2 UiTM Shah Alam yang jual...

satu family bergambar... mesti diorang bangga kan?

mereka yang tewas dalam peperangan mencari nafkah...


working with Nasuha and her whole family members plus my girl was both fun and tiring... We spent the entire 10 days being in UiTM Shah Alam selling goods while producing the goods at night... everything turned out to be okey and my girl and I was made part of the family... We really felt warm and be taken cared of...

Thank You for the warm treatment, meals and nice pay!!
hahah :-D
not to mention the experience

after that, went back again to Malacca on the 4th June where I got to spend time with my girl before going back to Terengganu again for long long rest...

5th of June -

watched Terminator Salvation


totally different from the past movies where the battle between man and machine has gone wildly brutal and full with destruction... it started off with a brief introduction of a new yet significant character who played a big role in the story... then the audience will be bombarded with series of battle scenes consisting of cool sound and computer generated effects and mind blowing actions... the terminators are now not just human like but also come in various figures (motorcycle-like, giant robots, destructive jets and worm figures)...

and it's "Umum"... so everyone can watch it...

Be sure to watch it...


6th June -

watched Monsters VS Aliens

one thing to say... never watch animation movies during weekends... because the cinema hall would be filled with kids... screaming kids... jumping kids... curious little kids who would be asking such things as "papa, kenapa raksasa tu mati?" "papa, kita tengok cerita apa ni?"... while the parents will go like, "shudupp! just watch la!!"

I drove me nuts...

but it's a nice movie... (dah malas nak review)


and...

the last one

17 Again


Entering the cinema hall, I expected this movie to be similar as High School Musical... Well, what else can u expect from Zac Efron? He IS the star of High School Musical 1 and 2 and 3 and Hairspray...

but, it turned out to be that this movie was deeper than I ever expected... It was seriously funny and the story line was meant for mature people (its PG13 rated)... Certainly worth the watch...

and its not musical...

thank god

but I must say that Zac's six packs looked fake to me... it's like it has been drawn on him...



Lastly...

I going home to Terengganu tonite... at 9 pm
sorry Ridhwan, Alief, Alvin and Pali for not being able to spend time with u guys...

but one thing guys,
I know u guys have a bright future with ur own careers...
but making sure the house is clean cant be that hard, rite?
after all, all of u have big muscles...
takkan sampah sikit pun tak leh angkat...

:-D
no offense

bye...
see u in a month
enjoy working guys!!
miss u all

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