Saturday, October 31, 2009


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THIS is what you call multitasking~
menengok TV jepun sambil melayan bola ( I do layan bola but very very very rare.) sambil chatting n sambil layan tod sweetney sambil downloading movie.
wait! this isnt the most I had done.
this is why,I do love my laptop.

on the other story, I had accomplished another mile in my private cooking journal (hukeleh, macam la ada journal tu)
I had cooked nasi kerabu for dinner today~~~
although the tumis didnt turned out very well, BUT! BUTTT!
it tasted almost like Abah`s nasi kerabu.
the nasi is different (of course!), and I dont have daging so I used chicken instead.
tapi sedap zo!!!!

Monday, October 26, 2009


Ada orang mungkin akan pandang aku agak pelik
dah ada 1 set dalam bahasa melayu, kenapa mesti aku beli lagi 1 set dalam bahasa jepun.
ada juga orang kata aku otaku.
tak matured.
dan macam macam.
tapi, bagi aku, sailormoon bukan hanya 1 benda yang aku suka, atau benda yang aku gila dari dulu.
sailormoon = memories.

freshly arrived 18 volumes of original 1st edition sailormoon mangas.

I start to get to know about manga when I went to my cousin`s house in Port Klang and she introduced me to a few volumes of sailormoon

I read them and fell in love with it instantly.

Then, I came back to KB. forgotten about sailormoon for a while. until I saw volume 9 at a newspaper stall in my place.
I asked my mum, and she bought it for me.
I was 11.
and that was my FIRST manga.

volume 9.

I read volume 9 til I could remember all the dialogue and the effect etc. I read it before sleep and after and I even brought it to school

volume 13

volume 13 was the first manga I bought with my own money. Usually, I would ask Abah to bought it for me, but, when volume 13 was out, Abah and Ibu were away to perform Hajj. I used my pocket money and asked the newspaper man to deliver it to me.
I was 12.
and it really hard when Ibu and Abah were away for almost 2 months.
and freaking lonely.

volume 15

this volume held the BEST memory of my Abah.
usually, I have to beg and pujuk and mintak and bising to Abah until Abah bought me the manga.
but for one night, when everyone was sleeping and I was the only up doing my schoolworks, Abah came back from mesyuarat.
I opened the front door for Abah and proceeded doing my works when I noticed Abah had bought me sailormoon.
(Abah try sorok tak mahu bagi aku sedar, but failed to do so)
without asking begging bising-ing etc.
Abah remember to bought it for me!
happy sampai mahu nangis that time.
I was 12.

volume 18

the final volume!
I bought it after I got into MMP.
beli kat gerai pakcik kat tepi BSN.
first and the last volume I bought when I am in MMP.

banyak seh memory dengan sailormoon ni.
I remember bawak all the volumes I had (4 volumes I think) to Langkawi. sumbat masuk dalam bagpack. gilak r tak mau berpisah jugak dengan sailormoon tu.
I even bawak them to kem kayak, kem pengakap(do you still remember this one AFirMo?), kem motivasi and etc.
I mintak my Ibu belikan 1 tshirt sailormoon that I faithfully wear it till Ibu ugut wants to bakar the T. Sorry Ibu, Ina didnt YET throw the T away. I love it too much.
I get to know my kembar(Lini) when i read one of the sailormoon in class. `brani nyo awok bowok komik lagu ni jah.sayo balut kalu nik bowok mari skoloh`

I even collected sailormoon`s stickers and everything that have their image. erasers, keychains, patung kecik2, cards....
and pernah jugak mengamuk sebab adik aku curik amik my stickers and main with them
(kak yah, kak Ina ingat lagi tau!)
I still remember what Ibu told me when she wanted to tell me that Yah had gotten her hands on my stuff.
`Ina, Ibu nok oyak menda ni,Ina jange sedih eh`
`gapo Ibu, Diana mati kow?`
(Diana was my pet cat. NAMED after a cat in sailormoon)
`Kow ado ore main bare sailormoon ina Ibu...?`

I had a pen holder with sailormoon`s pic. which I use it for almost 7 years and it still faithfully sat on my study table in my room in Malaysia.

Do you know, everyone in my class during primary school knows that I love sailormoon and even called me sailormoon when I tied my hair into 2 ponytails?
bila you ikat ponytails and then pakai tudung, nampak la macam kepala usagi.
sampai sekarang pun, last time bila balik jumpa my former english teacher, she did asked me
`guano loni,minat sailormoon lagi kow?`
(sekarang bila fikir balik, baru terasa diri ini seorang freak yang teramat. patut la xd org nak.freak.haha....)


banyak seh memory ngan sailormoon ni.

*edit; BTW, I didnt said that I did believed that there is sailormoon in this world and I am going to be one of the sailor senshi when I am in my secondary school.
sailor earth wtf.
and I stopped to believe it when I was in form 5!

Wednesday, October 21, 2009





Tuesday, October 13, 2009


  1. how to make tamagoyaki
  2. pass URL tuk download My sister`s keeper....

anything else that I had promised to any of you but I havent still fulfill them?

Sunday, October 11, 2009

keje mendonlot~

kazen, ni la yang I cakap tadi.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

How To Cook A Husband

Like what I had promised in FB before, here is the article.

A good many husbands are utterly spoiled by mismanagement. Some women keep them constantly in hot water; others let them freeze by their carelessness and in difference. Some keep them in a stew by irritating ways and words. Others roast them; some keep them in a pickle all their lives

It cannot be supposed that any husband will be tender and good managed in this way, but they are really delicious when properly treated.

In selecting your husband you should not be guided by the silvery appearance, as in buying mackerel, nor by the golden tint, as if you wanted salmon. Be sure and select him yourself, as tastes differ. Dont go to the market for him, as the best are always brought to your door.

It is far better to have none unless you know how to cook him. A preserving kettle of finest porcelain is best, but if you have nothing but an earthenware pipkin, it will do, with care.

See that the linen in which you wrap him is nicely washed and mended, with the required number of buttons and strings nicely sewed on.

Tie him in the kettle by a strong silk cord called comfort, as the one called duty is apt to fly out of the kettle and be burned and crusty on the edges, since like crads and lobsters, you have to cook them alive.

Make a clear, steady file out of love, neatness and cheerfulness. Set him as near this as seems to agree with him.

If him sputters and fizzles, do not be anxious; some husbands do this till they are quite done.

Add a little sugar in the form of what confectioners call kisses, but no vinegar or pepper on any account; a little spice improves them, but it must be used with judgment.

Do not stick any sharp instruments into him to see if he is becoming tender. Stir him gently; watch the while, lest he lie too flat and too close the kettle, and so become useless.

You cannot fail to know when he is done. If thus treated you will find him very digestible, agreeing nicely with you and the children, and he will keep as long as you want, unless you become careless and set him in too cold a place

-Quoted from the `Moravian Cook Book` published in 1910 by the Home Mission Society Of The Moravian Church. Lancaster, Pa. with the kind permission of The Reverend Vernon Graf