Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Mango T-shirt is a LABEL!

Mango, fashion for the young, urban woman...

Don't you guys realize the 'MANGO' word printed on those T-shirts as illustrated in 2 pictures above?

I find it funny lah. Aren't those ladies wearing such tees are labeling their breasts as MANGO?

Imagine if a lady wearing it out with her friends...

Lady: Hey, I'm wearing MANGO T-shirt *lady pointing the 'MANGO' word on her tee*

One of her friends: Ou, you're bringing your pair of MANGO(es) along?

So ladies out there, take note of this!


Sunday, April 17, 2011

Your Nickname, Not English Name

Something that came across my mind and I decided to rant it here. There it goes:

Lecturer: Does anyone knows who is Tang Mar Derk?

No one replied. Lecturer himself approached to Irvin and asked him.

Lecturer: Seriously, do you know who is Tang Mar Derk?

Irvin: I have no idea who in the world Tang Mar Derk is. Sorry sir. I can't help.

Lecturer have no choice but to certify Tang Mar Derk has absent for his lecture class. After lecture ended, Irvin went to meet up with Marco at cafeteria.

Irvin: You know what?

Marco: What?

Irvin: That lecturer asked me who is Tang Mar Derk. And I had really no idea who the hell is Tang Mar Derk.

Marco: Eh hello, that's ma real name!

Irvin: What the fruit??!! I didn't know your real name is Tang Mar Derk! Why did you introduce me your English name, MARCO when we first met yesterday?

Marco: It would be easier for other people to call me with that name! What about yours? IRVIN...

Irvin: Hey, that's my real name given by my parents the moment I was born! Yours wasn't real English name. Instead, it's a NICKNAME!

My real life experiences:
  • One introduces me only with his real English name ONLY. (That makes me wonder whether he has a father or not)
  • You know how much I HATE it if you don't introduce me your Chinese Name and just let me call your NICKNAME will do. (That makes me hard to identify your real name especially in Social Network Sites and Official matters)
  • Some even go further by replacing their names with Japanese (Korean as well) kawaii names and those ker ai names (in which you inherited from China or Taiwan culture)
  • Any many more...

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Week 11 & 12 in UTAR Jan 2011

Stressful weeks when it comes to a huge loads of assignments and tasks to complete and submit on time. Among them: -

My Final Year Project (FYP) full report. *Submitted*

Burnt 3 copies of my FYP full report in it. I don't want to see my FYP reports ANYMORE in future!

These are the comments given by my lecturer during evaluation of my speeches. I've 'pinned' them on my room wall. Public Speaking and Oral Presentation coursework. *Accomplished*

Computer Law and Ethics Assignment, SUBMITTED!

And I'm now down with 1 particular mini project that encourage more and more drastic change towards my face (due to lack of sleep and rest)...

That requires the above book for reference (I find it quite useless!).

Sadly neither of my friends are so free or fit enough to go volunteerism run. That made me decided not to go for it as well. However, I'm really looking forward for A CYCLING TRIP!

Getting my hair dyed for the first time ever in Kampar. Don't think I will go for second time. Still prefer hair salon back in my hometown.

While I'm about to "graduate" soon, I've prepared my own resume (CV) and started to look for job. All the best in me...

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Big Sister Pan Mee (大家姐板面)

Had a trip to Kampar Old Town by bicycle few Saturdays ago with usual coursemates. It was a cloudy weather and didn't expect it rained. While waiting for rain to stop, we came to this place for lunch...

Located in Kampar Old Town.

Simple coffeeshop that serves Pan Mee.

Vietnamese coffee, YES THEY HAVE IT here in KAMPAR!

I ordered black pepper Pan Mee. I really regretted for not ordering a bigger portion. It was so SEDAP enough compared to others. Because I GO FOR QUALITY!