Thursday, October 30, 2008

This is a no brainer post

I paid RM59 for this yesterday...

Why? I don't quite know, really... I just felt like buying it... it is a Guess? Miniature perfume.

It must be because of the pink bottle... Hmmm...

And while I am still on things I buy... I bought this dress at RM 19.90...

Oh well, I do think that it is a good time to sleep on the impulsive buys...


Is it a diversion to hide the government’s obvious incompetence? You decide…

In a time when Malaysia is searching for a (For ONCE since Tun!) charismatic and ‘useful’ leader, we are fussing over Yoga and how everyone who is a Muslim should stop practicing it.

Stop fussing over something that is irrelevant. I think it is about time they stop treating us Malaysians as retards who could not think for ourselves.

P/S-> I happened to love Yoga. Of course half of the time I am second guessing my positions and stuff but, yoga keeps me relaxed, and it does wonders for my current sleep situation. So… screw it.

Monday, October 27, 2008


I am experimenting.

Never mind that I don't really know what I am doing, but I am experimenting.

I would be blogging about it soon. And I think it is going to be hilarious. I am already ROTFLMAO!

‘Nak boyfriend tak?’

A guy friend of mine asked me that question. He wanted to introduce me to someone he knows.

Now the last time I was introduced to someone, it didn’t quite work out. Mainly because I thought the dude was too pretentious and kind of hypocritical. He was a Malay and I was not really interested to be with one. I have had my share, and I find all of them distasteful and extremely... mixed up.

But then again, maybe I am looking at all the wrong places; or just plain ‘Takde jodoh’, who knows ay?

I mean all that talk about religion and later on saying that they wanted sex but not marriage just don't make any sense to me.

I never talk about religion, because I know I am not at all religious. But I do have some degree of respect towards it. I am not your typical Malay Muslim woman, that’s fine by me. I try not to be hypocritical.

That’s why I don't talk about religion and wanting sex on the same page. If you want to talk about religion and is honking your horn saying that you are a praying man, go ahead, be a celibate.

Don't want to call the kettle black you see.

‘Melayu ke?’ I asked.

Guy friend nodded.

So I smiled goofily to my guy friend and said the same words I respond to cigarettes;


Past few months, have been making JB trips often.

This time it is all for the sake of open houses, and also, have to admit, KL is beginning to just bore me.

What’s happening la????

Grass is always greener on the other side I suppose?

Already missing JB.

Kebaya Top courtesy of my Granny. It was hers when she was younger..It looked amazing!


If you love someone, then you will let them go...

Yeah... what a novel concept, somewhat... crappy.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Warning; Long entry but read it if you are like me, and yes the frikkin' sentence rhymes

Stopped my mission to bust the flab for a while.

I changed it to The ultimate sleeping challenge mission.

For the past several weeks, I have been getting difficulties to get quality sleep. The thing is, I have no problem getting to sleep, I just have trouble sleeping properly, a restful sleep, whatever you might coin it as.

Just sleep, pure, unadulterated, SLEEP!

The situation had come to the extent of me worrying about my health. I feel lethargic, tired and it feels as if I never rested.

So, nowadays, aside from checking my emails, blog and fesbuk (Yeah I still do that, though I no longer poke people) I would usually Google ways to get good sleep.

And I found a really good website that listed 33 secrets to good sleep.

Somehow, a bit disappointed that sex was not in the list. It would give me a good reason to start a proper relationship again (Yes it has come to that stage where I would consider doing everything just to get a good sleep!)

Well… if any of you readers are experiencing the same problem, I am listing out all 33 secrets to a good quality sleep here, together with my smart ass comments and action plan… hahaha… being Saarcy and all… The ones that I have decided to try out and cross my fingers to hopefully work on me are the ones in red (and my comments are in girly pink… Hik…) ;

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). Most people can learn this gentle tapping technique in several minutes.
EFT can help balance your body's bioenergy system and resolve some of the emotional stresses that are contributing to the insomnia at a very deep level. The results are typically long lasting and the improvement is remarkably rapid. – I don’t have any idea what this is but it’s a kind of mental tapping method that sounds a bit too technical for me. It has acronyms, so it MUST be complicated! What would probably happen is that I might just be up all night googling about it. It has something to with assuring yourself that everything is going to be okay. But I am sure I will be following that sentence with a … " But…. On the other hand, the ant that bit me earlier today that sparked the whole controversy of the office being infested with bugs are just lost… I feel so bad for killing it now…". Oklah… crossing this out. It could not work with vain self absorbed people. (Wait, isn’t it suppose to work for vain self obsessed people) – there I go again.

Listen to white noise or relaxation CDs. Some people find the sound of white noise or nature sounds, such as the ocean or forest, to be soothing for sleep. An excellent relaxation/meditation option to listen to before bed is the Insight audio CD. – Have yet to go to Border’s to find the CDs. I am looking for the delicious sound of rain. I find that I sleep well when it is raining outside. And then put it on repeat for about 8 hours… whoa…

Avoid before-bed snacks, particularly grains and sugars. This will raise blood sugar and inhibit sleep. Later, when blood sugar drops too low (hypoglycemia), you might wake up and not be able to fall back asleep. – Okay, this I already am doing it but I did it for another reason and that is to lose weight. So I guess I am already on the right track.

Sleep in complete darkness or as close as possible. If there is even the tiniest bit of light in the room it can disrupt your circadian rhythm and your pineal gland's production of melatonin and seratonin. There also should be as little light in the bathroom as possible if you get up in the middle of the night. Please whatever you do, keep the light off when you go to the bathroom at night. As soon as you turn on that light you will for that night immediately cease all production of the important sleep aid melatonin. – I have a thing about heavy dark curtains. I’d feel as if I could not breath if I have curtains like that hanging in my room. I prefer light materials for curtains. I don’t like to sleep in the dark. So I am not willing to try this out.

No TV right before bed. Even better, get the TV out of the bedroom or even out of the house, completely. It is too stimulating to the brain and it will take longer to fall asleep. Also disruptive of pineal gland function for the same reason as above. – Already doing this. Now just waiting for it to just frikkin’ work already

Wear socks to bed. Due to the fact that they have the poorest circulation, the feet often feel cold before the rest of the body. A study has shown that this reduces night wakings (Click Here). – Again, I am already doing this, but for another reason. As you guys know, I am a vain person, so every night I would wear some lotion on my feet and I wear socks so that my skin would absorb the lotion.

Read something spiritual or religious. This will help to relax. Don't read anything stimulating, such as a mystery or suspense novel, as this may have the opposite effect. In addition, if you are really enjoying a suspenseful book, you might wind up unintentionally reading for hours, instead of going to sleep. – I am going to cross this out because I am so not into anything spiritual or religious, as far as books are concerned. I would probably go with something dull and boring, like the Osho book one of my flings gave me years ago. It’s been about 5 years, I have yet to finish the first page. Go figure. This might just work… uncrossing.

Avoid using loud alarm clocks. It is very stressful on the body to be awoken suddenly. If you are regularly getting enough sleep, they should be unnecessary. I gave up my alarm clock years ago and now use a sun alarm clock. The Sun Alarm™ SA-2002 provides an ideal way to wake up each morning if you can't wake up with the REAL sun. Combining the features of a traditional alarm clock (digital display, AM/FM radio, beeper, snooze button, etc) with a special built-in light that gradually increases in intensity, this amazing clock simulates a natural sunrise. It also includes a sunset feature where the light fades to darkness over time - ideal for anyone who has trouble falling asleep. – My first respond to this was… wth is this, so crossing this one out too. I figure sometimes westerners just have too many weird gadgets for their own good.

Journaling. If you often lay in bed with your mind racing, it might be helpful keep a journal and write down your thoughts before bed. Personally, I have been doing this for 15 years, but prefer to do it in the morning when my brain is functioning at its peak and my coritsol levels are high (CLICK HERE) – I have a blog don’t I? So I guess I am right on course with this one.

Melatonin and its precursors. If behavioral changes do not work, it may be possible to improve sleep by supplementing with the hormone melatonin. However, I would exercise extreme caution in using it, and only as a last resort, as it is a powerful hormone. Ideally it is best to increase levels naturally with exposure to bright sunlight in the daytime (along with full spectrum fluorescent bulbs in the winter) and absolute complete darkness at night. One should get blackout drapes so no light is coming in from the outside. One can also use one of melatonin's precursors, L-tryptophan or 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP). L-tryptophan is the safest and my preference, but must be obtained by prescription only. However, don't be afraid or intimidated by its prescription status. It is just a simple amino acid. – I hope my situation won’t come to me taking hormones just to get sleep. This is somewhat very disturbing although it would totally sound normal to my expat friends. Syringes freak me out, hell… pills freak me out.

Get to bed as early as possible. Our systems, particularly the adrenals, do a majority of their recharging or recovering during the hours of 11 p.m. and 1 a.m. In addition, your gallbladder dumps toxins during this same period. If you are awake, the toxins back up into the liver which then secondarily back up into your entire system and cause further disruption of your health. Prior to the widespread use of electricity, people would go to bed shortly after sundown, as most animals do, and which nature intended for humans as well. – This I would love to do, but I could not do considering my irregular working hours. Strange because my American boss suggested for me to not sleep early. Earlier or later, this makes no sense to me. You can get good sleep regardless of when you sleep.

Check your bedroom for electro-magnetic fields (EMFs). These can disrupt the pineal gland and the production of melatonin and seratonin, and may have other negative effects as well. To purchase a gauss meter to measure EMFs try Cutcat at 800-497-9516. They have a model for around $40. One doctor even recommends that people pull their circuit breaker before bed to kill all power in the house (Dr. Herbert Ross, author of "Sleep Disorders"). – Again, westerners have too many gadgets for their own good. Now, it would probably work, but Sarcy is a renowned simpleton. All things that have acronyms is much too complicated.

Keep the temperature in the bedroom no higher than 70 degrees F. Many people keep their homes and particularly the upstairs bedrooms too hot. – I get cold easily. To add on to the abnormality factor, I don’t even sleep with the fan on. Go figure… so this one… crossed out.

Eat a high-protein snack several hours before bed. This can provide the L-tryptophan need to produce melatonin and serotonin. – Is Biskut lemak included? If not, then I don’t think I can do this.

Also eat a small piece of fruit. This can help the tryptophan cross the blood-brain barrier. – This one I can do. I am a fruit person. I love my fruits.

Reduce or avoid as many drugs as possible. Many medications, both prescription and over-the-counter may have effects on sleep. In most cases, the condition, which caused the drugs to be taken in the first place, can be addressed by following the guidelines elsewhere on this web site. – Back when I was under meds for depression, I especially loved Prozac. Xanax worked wonders for me. The sleep was great as it totally knocked me out for several hours. But I guess, it takes a druggie to say that drugs are not good for you… but it works. I have been given doctor’s advice to stay away from drugs though I am so tempted to.

Avoid caffeine. A recent study showed that in some people, caffeine is not metabolized efficiently and therefore they can feel the effects long after consuming it. So an afternoon cup of coffee (or even tea) will keep some people from falling asleep. Also, some medications, particularly diet pills contain caffeine. – Being a vain person, I don’t take coffees or teas before bed because I am extremely careful with my teeth. I dread discoloration and I am currently in the middle of pooling in money to whiten my teeth. Yeah I am that vain.

Alarm clocks and other electrical devices. If these devices must be used, keep them as far away from the bed as possible, preferably at least 3 feet. – Check. No more cellphones on bed next to pillow.

Avoid alcohol. Although alcohol will make people drowsy, the effect is short lived and people will often wake up several hours later, unable to fall back asleep. Alcohol will also keep you from falling into the deeper stages of sleep, where the body does most of its healing. – Owh… how is it that I could totally sleep after I drink? I will consult my doctor about this.

Lose weight. Being overweight can increase the risk of sleep apnea, which will prevent a restful nights sleep. CLICK HERE for my diet recommendations. – Duh… hellooooo… vain… diets … cardios … geddit????

Avoid foods that you may be sensitive to. This is particularly true for dairy and wheat products, as they may have effect on sleep, such as causing apnea, excess congestion, gastrointestinal upset, and gas, among others. – I avoided food. Period. Not really sensitive to any is my point actually.

Don't drink any fluids within 2 hours of going to bed. This will reduce the likelihood of needing to get up and go to the bathroom or at least minimize the frequency. – I was informed that I am supposed to drink water before I go to bed. This is for my circulation and all that jazz. Oh well, I’ll try this. No harm innit?

Take a hot bath, shower or sauna before bed. When body temperature is raised in the late evening, it will fall at bedtime, facilitating sleep. – Did this. Doesn’t work. Means I have to do it again?

Remove the clock from view. It will only add to your worry when constantly staring at it... 2 a.m. ...3 a.m. ... 4:30 a.m. ... – I don’t have clocks in my room. So occay…

Keep your bed for sleeping. If you are used to watching TV or doing work in bed, you may find it harder to relax and to think of the bed as a place to sleep. – Owh… So no more RPG games for me in bed then…

Have your adrenals checked by a good natural medicine clinician. Scientists have found that insomnia may be caused by adrenal stress (Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, August 2001; 86:3787-3794). – Uuuu… this sounds interesting, I am going to do it, and this is going to be billed to the company… ihihihi

If you are menopausal or perimenopausal, get checked out by a good natural medicine physician. The hormonal changes at this time may cause problems if not properly addressed. – I am not? Cross out cross out.

Don't change your bedtime. You should go to bed, and wake up, at the same times each day, even on the weekends. This will help your body to get into a sleep rhythm and make it easier to fall asleep and get up in the morning. – Okie doke.

Make certain you are exercising regularly. Exercising for at least 30 minutes everyday can help you fall asleep. However, don't exercise too close to bedtime or it may keep you awake. Studies show exercising in the morning is the best if you can do it. – I don’t really have the strength too, but let’s KIV this and mark it as green for now.

Establish a bedtime routine. This could include meditation, deep breathing, using aromatherapy or essential oils or indulging in a massage from your partner. The key is to find something that makes you feel relaxed, then repeat it each night to help you release the day's tensions. – A massage from partner will lead to something else innit? Okay la check!

Go to the bathroom right before bed. This will reduce the chances that you'll wake up to go in the middle of the night. – Always been doing it. My mother pushed us to since we are kids. Go and pee now cause you might wake up in the middle of the night asking me to accompany you to the toilet!

Wear an eye mask to block out light. As said above, it is very important to sleep in as close to complete darkness as possible. That said, it's not always easy to block out every stream of light using curtains, blinds or drapes, particularly if you live in an urban area (or if your spouse has a different schedule than you do). In these cases, an eye mask can help to block out the remaining light. – Do you know good eye masks could set you back for about RM 30? This I did not know. :P.. Now I know!

Put your work away at least one hour (but preferably two or more) before bed. This will give your mind a chance to unwind so you can go to sleep feeling calm, not hyped up or anxious about tomorrow's deadlines. – I am a professional. I don’t work when I am not in the office. That’s how frikkin’ professional I get.

Monday, October 20, 2008

My weekend rambles and dos

“My greatest strength is my humility. My greatest weakness is that I am a little too awesome.” – Barack Obama

Ooh... *drools*... You can run my government anytime senator!

I was staring at the tiniest butt in Starbucks the other night.

I didn’t mean to stare but it was just too... tiny that it was intriguingly, umm... odd.

I have always been prosperous as far as my butt ie derriere is concerned, and the thing about this tiny butt is just that, it looked so... weird.

So that said you can’t really blame me for being kind of... umm.. preoccupied and butt – ified for maybe 10 minutes as the tiny butt stands around waiting for her caffeine fix. Can’t blame me for being used to bigger and shapelier butts.

But (no pun intended) you can bet your ass that Ms. Tiny butts probably finds my butt weird. In her world, any butt that doesn’t look like hers are weird.

I envied her for being able to fit in those skinny jeans though. The thing that disturbed me is when (I know I had it coming la) when I tried to imagine her naked.


Portrait of a Starbucker in car

Us Starbuckers have a general unwritten rule.

If you are not using a laptop, don't sit at the power points.

We mean it. Move now.. move!


Sometimes on weekends, I would drive out at midnight to all the party spots.

Bangsar and along the Beach club stretch.

Last weekend, I did just that. I wound down my window and I checked things out.

Drunk people – check
Expats looking for meat – check
Expats going off with meat – check
Beautiful men with a D size cup – check
Beautiful men with butt cracks half showing – check
Men checking me out in my car – check
Men wolf whistling at me who stays in my car (can’t blame them really, in that light, anyone is worth whistling at!) – check
Underaged Mat rempits hanging out in front of the club because they have less than RM 10 in pocket (Hence they can’t go in) – Check

Ahhh... the KL nightlife.

It had always been that way. Some things never change.

Have I ever got picked up in a club? No... why? Surprised? Alcohol strips men of their IQ, they already don't have a lot of it to begin with. What makes you think that I would even entertain them in a club?


I have had free wireless at home. It will be connected for more than 5 hours every morning and sometimes at the wee hours of early morning.

God knows what that person is doing at that hour, porn, whatever... but I do know that I am happy that he/she decided to go online. I couldn't seem to get to sleep so I would sometimes be up playing my games. So when that wireless blinks... I am the happiest insomniac person aliveĆ At that hour.

Thanks neighbour, just wishing you would be online more often. 24-7 is not too much to ask for innit? There is nothing like porn everyday eh?

Yeah... Sarc is a bad influence. On second thought, anything goes for free wireless I figured.

Who would have thought eh?

I went to this on Sunday.

It was not planned. We decided to go when we learnt one of my little cousins are taking part in the Zapin interlude.

I am a Johorean, I love Zapin, so I decided what the heck. I have never been to a Bangsawan anyway.

I went with an open mind.

We parked at the wrong DBKL lot. Thankfully it was within walking distance. After a fast chicken dinner and after finding out how close we were to Masjid India and successfully kept ourselves from shopping for cheap trinkets and stuff, we walked to the theatre hall.

It was quite a walk. No joy for my aunt who was 8 months pregnant.

The verdict... well it’s mixed. There were the ups and then there were the downs.

But I have to say on the production side, I was quite impressed, seeing that it’s quite a small production and the fact that admittance is free, I must say, not bad at all. Following the traditional Bangsawan format, it was authentic. Although I cringed at the few typos on the brochure, I figured, let’s not pick on the small stuff.

I didn’t know any of the cast, that’s given. I was excited when the spotlight was turned on my little cousin. Who would have thought this cheeky little boy opted for Zapin in school. His school won the national dance competition which finals was held in Terengganu a few months before. Needless to say, his parents are a proud couple.

The play was based on the original Nujum Pak Belalang folklore with music adapted from the P. Ramlee version. There were comic intervals in between.

I have two complaints. First, we had kids in the audience, and one of the short comic sketch is about the two trying to act out a rape scene. They made raping and being raped as somewhat funny. This is disturbing. I thought this would not instill the proper information to the young audiences about the gravity of the act. I was not happy about that. Most of the jokes had a concealed sexual connotation to it. Adults laughed, kids will try to find out what that was all about.

And we complained about Avril Lavigne being too sexy on stage? Oih... for the love of God.

The other complaint was also on the interval act. Since it is still technically Raya, they came up with a modern dance with a lip synching dancer holding on to a microphone.

Come on, stick with the concept. I don't know about other people, but I found it stupid to have a dancer lip synching on the stage. The whole idea of having a modern leather jacket fedora wearing dancers on stage in a traditional staging of a Malay folklore is, just... not right. It’s appalling actually.

Other than those, I have to say, the Bangsawan is a thumbs up. If you have any spare time on the weekends, find out what’s on and go. It’s no Les Miserables, but, it is free.

And of course I have to say this, my little cousin is a rock star!

Taken right after the play in front of Panggung Bandaraya

Thursday, October 16, 2008

One little two little three little cup size...

I am not sure if I am suppose to be happy about this or ... not.

My mission to bust the flab had apparently worked well, actually now I am beginning to think it had worked perhaps a little too well.

At first, I thought maybe it’s not so much about me, maybe it is the suspicous pair of cups that are maybe... overworn... but boy was I wrong.

And yes, I am talking about my boobs. I think I have maybe lost a whole cup size.

I was in Xixili and La Senza the past few couple of days as I was constantly bugged by the fact that my bra seemed to be bigger than the flesh that used to fill them up.

I talked to some of my friends and they assumed that it is the bra. They told me I should start shopping for new ones.

So I strolled into one of the lingerie store I love which is Xixili, picked a frilly lacy number. The sales woman, bless her guts told me this after she saw that I was holding on to a C cup bra;

“Miss ah... I rasa your size bukan C la.” (Miss... I think your size is definitely not a C (Well, I think she might have just put it that way!)

I thought she was going to say that my size is a D, which is most unlikely, come to think of it.

“I rasa you size B la.” (I think you are a frikkin’ B woman!)

*Jaw drops*

“Eh takdelah... I selalu beli C cup la.” (Hell no... I am a cup C-la)

Adamant about her judgment, she handed me a B cup and asked me to try it on.

She must have graduated with honors in her Undegarments training academy because true enough, the C cup got me trying to fill up the gaps, and I fit the B cup perfectly...

PERFECTLY... like ... WTH!

I came out all confused... I mean... give me a break, I just lost one whole cup size and I find that out in a fitting room!

“Muat tak?” (So... does it fit? Can I say I told you so?)


She smiled... smugly, satisfied that she had proved me wrong.And she got her commission on the sale.

I did buy the lingerie I picked, in the size she picked. One thing I got right is the size of my bottom halfs.

At least I have a little bit of dignity left after that horrifying discovery that I am now a flailing B cup.

Well... I loved my C cup... I guess it is not too vain of me to pray that I will one day get my C cup back and not to gain extra kilos on my hips.

Boleh kan... boleh? Boleh???

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Random notes

I find that somehow, as I get older, my attitude towards things change.

I mean, I cried when I watch sad movies. What is that? That is something so unlike me that even when I was crying, I was telling myself that I am ridiculous to even start!

But you know what, when you are watching the likes of Cinta and Sepi back to back, you will cry. Especially when your life had only been work and work and nothing else. Being in a relationship does not help especially when you are not really sure about it (Yet...)

Like how a friend of mine put it, I am feeling that way only because it has not quite felt like the real thing yet.

That, or I am hanging on to something else... or it’s just that I have other priorities.

I am 30 (I decided that since it will only be a few months since the big 3-oh, might as well get on the programme and have it done and over with.) and there are still so many things that needed doing. Getting on the wagon again, I am not sure I want to do that. I will make do with what I have now.

That aside, I am following the progress of the US election closely. Working with an American company I guess I have to make sure I know some things about what is going on in that part of the world. That and Barack Obama.

He is just... scrumptious. I have this thing about smart men. He was a lawyer, so I assume that that had me interested as well. It was such a shame that the last lawyer I dated was a wreck. Might as well because should I be in a relationship with him right now it would only be because of my vested interest in his profession and not anything else about him.

That would be a mistake.

And this whole thing about fate had been bugging me lately. I was not the one who started it, but my bestie. She was telling me there are only a few things that we could control, our feelings being one of it, but fate, you don't have any say in it.

I disagreed. I believe your fate is what you make it.

Being that I am Muslim and she is not, I am suppose to say and believe in what she is saying.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Post Raya post...

Back to work after a glorious 6 days festive leave.

The thing was that I actually spent almost half of today waiting for my PC to work, that after only 6 days!

Hihi… I don’t know what to say about my Raya. The fact that I was kind of sick on most of it was redundant. I spent the days off lazing in front of the TV or on the internet, drinking loads of carbonated water and on Saturday, I ferried my Nana and Grandpa to Raya trips visiting my Grandpa’s side of relatives in Segamat.

A certain incident got me feeling down. It was a huge misunderstanding. I love this friend of mine, he is so important that I would drive down to JB if anything bad ever happened to him (Touch wood!)

Only a selected few get that privilege from me, and he is definitely one of them.

Well, there is nothing a simple apology could not do… I am glad it is all behind us now.

And talk about overspending, I think I did it. I am broke… so broke, so God help me.

And as for the baju kurung merah, my mood was wrecked when the open house I went to wearing that baju serve us BAKSO and cold mee and mihun goreng.

I hate bakso. Eecks!

So subsequently, as a result of being served yucky Bakso, I lost the mood to take pictures of myself in the gorgeous Baju Kurung.

Like come on la… open house pi serve Bakso in small polysterene bowls, pre-filled too. I mean if you are going to limit people’s helpings, better tak yah buat open house je la.

I swear to God that nobody could rival the way my grandparents entertain. They would serve every bit of morsel to guests who came. We are talking everything from Ketupat, Lemang, Lepat, Rendang, Lodeh, and all the miscellaneous dishes like Nasi Ayam, Bukhari, Laksa.
We just come from a long line of very generous people.

Sarcy holds a grudge to everyone who is not generous. My family will actually feed a bit of our food to stray cats so go figure la kan. It’s in the genes kot all this generosity business.

Anyway… tolong la, nak buat open house, sila jangan serve Bakso lepas tu dengan penuh kedekut sekali pulak tu… Peeved… very…