Khamis, Julai 30, 2009

Patah Hati

Patah hatiku
Membawa derita
Merajuklah diri
Merajuk diri
Tak tentu haluan

Patah hati ku
Membawa derita
Merajuklah diri
Merajuk diri tak tentu haluan

Ku harap janjimu
Bahagia selalu
Rupanya patah
Rupanya patah di tengah jalan

Hendak diulang... Hendak diulang
Resah menanggung
Kenanglah jangan
Kenanglah jangan disebut pun jangan

Hancur hatiku
Di dalam nestapa
Mengenangkan nasib
Mengenang nasib diriku malang

Maksud hatiku
Maksud hatiku
Bahagia bersama
Apakan daya
Diriku miskin
Harta tak punya

Ingin ku petik
Bintang yang tinggi
Tanganku hangus
Tanganku hangus disambar petir

To Bali With Sony

Remember this post where I ask you to beramai-ramai menjalankan kewajiban mengundi untuk sahabat saya, Zunaira @ Along?

Guess what.


Bali? With Ikhwan? Macam honeymoon seyh. *wink wink*'

Congratulations Along!

And please, di Bali nanti, don't do what I wouldn't do. hahaha...nak ikut dalam bag tarik please, please pretty please?

Dan andai memang boleh bawa kawan, saya dengan rela jadi balachi andai dapat memijak the land of Gods itu sekali lagi. Hahahaha...pilihlah aku! Me me me me meeeeeeee!!!

And as of mulut orang yang dok mengata itu, you proved them wrong, kan babe? :-)

Public Enemies

Thanks to Soraya's friend who can't make it in the last minute, I got tic to watch this last nite. Haha...saya pasrah dijadikan galang ganti, it was flattering to know Soraya thinks highly about my ability to arrive on time. Think that ability has something to do with accountants being anally obsessive about time? Hmmm.


I have been wanting to watch this for sometime. More so since Cu wrote about how hot Abang Jonny looks in this movie. And that, is so true. Abang Jonny membuatkan saya uring-uringan sendiri menonton filem ini, sambil Umie dan Bai disebelah berkali-kali menyebutkan, sabar Farina, sabar. Ceh, teringat cerita pendek TV pendidikan zaman kanak-kanak yang monyet makan cili. Sabar Monyet, sabar. (Dem, monyet lagi.)

having said that, I must say, I was rather dissapointed with the movie. Maybe it's just me since the others were visibly crying at the end of it, but I was expecting a more moving potrayal of Johnny Dillinger. After all, he's not the Public Enemy #1 for nothing, right? Oh don't get me wrong, Abang Jonny Depp was amazing with his acting, maybe I wanted to see some different sides of the Public Enemy #1 to be able to feel him.

And Christian Bale's potrayal as Agent Melvin Purvis, agak meloyakan in the 'aku tau aku bagus aku boleh tangkap penjenayah' kinda smug. But he looks hot doing that so I forgive him.

Public Enemies” is an action packed thriller starring Johnny Depp and Christian Bale, directed by acclaimed filmmaker Michael Mann who tells the true story of legendary bank robber John Dillinger (Depp). During the Depression-era Dillinger is the charismatic bank robber whose sharp quick hold ups made him the number one target of Melvin Purvis (Bale).

The unstoppable Dillinger could escape from anything. No cop could restrain him and no prison was unbreakable. Dillinger’s charm made him captivating to almost everyone, especially to his new love; girlfriend Billie Frechette (Marion Cotillard).
Continuing his adventures with his gang, Dillinger eventually became America’s first Public Enemy Number One and Purvis was sent in to head up the squad in the search. Purvis and his squad were made to look incompetent as Dillinger and his gang outwitted Purvis’ men in wild chases and shootouts. Eventually the chase has to come to an end and as they say the good guy always wins.

However, for the ability to make me tidur malam tak lena mimpi yang bukan-bukan, saya beri 3.5 bintang out of 5!

Being Taurean

Got this on Facebook. And it's much too geli-geli to be published there, so I decide to amuse my blogreaders instead. Hahaha...

Sexual position based on zodiac sign

Farina has find his/her sexual position

Farina Jamal Zodiac sign is

Taureans are ahead of the game when it comes to love coz they are ruled by VENUS, the planet of Love! Taurus has all the qualities a lover desires, including sensuality, loyalty and faithfulness. When a typical Taurus makes love, it's the most physical and natural pleasure in the world.

The one Taurus enjoys most is the Missionary. Some may say this is so unadventurous, but Taurus is very practical and this is the most comfortable.

A battery powered 'erotic massager'

She is great at back massages and sex in general. She makes an art of lovemaking. Just kissing her can bring some men to the big 'O'. Her touch is gentle and tender, it excites and caresses and when in the mood, she too can go for hours at a time, days on end.

There's nothing Taurus enjoys more than having their neck kissed and their earlobes nibbled. Light, feathery caresses up and down the neck followed by gentle licks, no biting, will make a female writhe with delight and a male stand at attention within seconds.


Rabu, Julai 29, 2009

Does Malaysia really need a nuclear power?

I found this somewhere, and to me, this is a nail-biting issue. For sure, nuclear power is beneficial for future energy, but we can never bear with the danger it possesses. While China, India and Indonesia will soon source for green and sustainable power, such as wind-powered generator, i think we need to drop the plan of setting up a nuclear plant. Indonesia and Australia has dropped the plan of setting up nuclear plant as their people were against it. We should do the same. Dont you think so? 

Nuclear energy in Malaysia inevitable

They have done this with maximum risk management. Nuclear energy is inevitable especially for a country like Malaysia which is rapidly industrialising. Its population growth continues to be on an upward trend. The demand for electricity in Malaysia is increasing by the day.

Currently 60 percent of Malaysia's power is generated with the use of gas, while coal is used to produce another 30 percent. Hydroelectric dams throughout the country produce about 7 percent of the country's electricity.

Coal and gas are depleting resources. Continuous exploration will eventually lead to their total depletion. While it can be argued that uranium is also a depleting resource, the amount used for power generation is extremely small. To produce 1,000 MW of electricity for one year, 20 million tonnes of coal are needed compared with only 30 tonnes of uranium.

Accordingly, the waste produced by nuclear power is comparatively very much smaller.

Furthermore, coal-producing countries are increasingly becoming conscious of their own energy security and may impose a ceiling on the exports of coal. In addition, as Malaysia is totally dependent on these countries to import the coal, they could have the tendency to hold us to a ransom. Quid pro quo demands would be made.

Many people raised the issue about safety, arguing that nuclear energy can be potentially disastrous as 'Malaysia is a small and narrow country'. He added that a nuclear accident puts not only the entire country but also the Asean region at risk.

South Korea, Japan and France are today benefitting from nuclear energy. China and the US have an abundance of coal but are deriving benefits from nuclear power.

Asean countries are already planning to use nuclear energy for power generation. Our neighbours Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam are planning to build two nuclear plants each. Are we going to tell them not to? For these countries, nuclear is necessary for continuous survival.

If Thailand and Indonesia build their own plants, the risk associated with it would be the same as Malaysia having its own plants.

But the risk from nuclear is minimal. People throughout the world have been overcome by paranoia following the unfortunate accidents in Chernobyl in 1986 and Three Mile Island, US in 1979. But the fact is, there have been only two major nuclear power plant accidents.

In Chernobyl, there were 46 casualties, and most of them were firemen. The deaths were associated with a radiation leak. However, the incident is not likely to recur as the plants like those used in Chernobyl have been or are being phased out. This is one of the conditions imposed by the European Union for Eastern European countries seeking EU membership.

Malaysia has an extremely good track record in managing high-risk industries. It uses the highest standards in managing industries like the chemical industry, power production, oil and gas as well as aviation. Accidents have been kept to a bare minimum.

I am sure Malaysians, if properly trained and incentivised, are capable of operating nuclear power plants safely and efficiently.

Like the wise man said 'the only thing constant is change'. In order to face challenges of the 21st century, we have to accept and adapt to changes. It is said that mankind faces global warming and climate change challenges and nuclear is seen as a possible saviour. This would be another story. (Syed Munir Syed Qadri)

Selasa, Julai 28, 2009

Sampireun Village

Kampung Sampireun
After a lovely holiday in Perhentian Island, i am considering of visiting this Sundanese village of Kampung Sampireun, a typical village of traditional people of West Java. Sundanese people are very well known as friendly, polite (very polite), and they love ponds, fish, and farm. Many people in Indonesia know this famous remark about Pasundan (the land of Sundanese), and the sundanese girl. 
1. Pasundan was created when Gods were smiling
2. Among 10 sundanese girls, 11 of them are beautiful

A bit about Kampung Sampireun...Imagine yourself in the mountains with 7 volcanoes surrounding you. You are sitting on a private balcony overlooking a lake. There is a quiet stillness around you. You are at peace with everything and in the distance the sound of Sundanese Gamelan music lulls you into a relaxed state of mind. This enchanting experience awaits you every day at Kampung Sampireun. It is a total hideaway in nature and offers you resort living with a real difference. If you wanna explore the surrounding, there are a lot more to offer. really

I hope, next year i can take a hubby, (i hubby), to this place, for 10 days straight, without even coming out of the hut.  

Life without a backspace key

Life without a backspace key: Thing you could manage it?

Jeremy Wagstaff   |  The Jakarta Post

Here's an idea. A word processor that doesn't process words.

You type. The words appear on the screen. That's it.

No delete key.

No backspace key.

No overwrite key.

Just you, the keyboard and a piece of paper (well, a screen, but it might as well be a piece of paper because you can't do anything to it once you've put a letter on it.)

You can't erase anything. You can't scroll back and remove stuff, or move stuff around.

Sort of like a typewriter. On your computer.

Now this might sound like a backward step.

Some of you may be thinking that you've paid good money - or your boss has - for a fancy computer that can do more or less anything you want it to, and so the idea of turning it into a typewriter seems a bit, well, silly.

Fair enough. But that hasn't stopped folk from developing the software to do it. And for people to download the software and use it.

First off, a few weeks back, there was a photographer and filmmaker called Joey Daoud who came across a quote from a novelist called Will Self, who does all his writing on a typewriter.

"Writing on a manual *typewriter* makes you slower in a good way, I think," Self told The Guardian newspaper in an interview last year. "You don't revise as much, you just think more, because you know you're going to have to retype the entire *expletive* thing. Which is a big stop on just slapping anything down and playing with it."

Inspired, Daoud hunted around for a programmer who could put together some software that mimicked a typewriter as much as possible.

Now there are actually plenty of distraction-free text editors around - ones that blank out the rest of the screen of distractions, pretty much. (Check out my list of such software here:

But Daoud's Typewriter is ascetic in the extreme: "All you can do is type in one direction," he writes on his blog. "You can't delete, you can't copy, you can't paste. You can save and print. And you can switch between black text on white and green on black; full screen and window."

He seems to have started something.

A similar program has just been released called Momentum Writer (you can find it on the list above).

Its author, software programmer and writer Jesse Wall, writes that it "forces you to write, to move forward, to add new words. It halts the temptation to linger, revise, and correct. Momentum Writer is a typewriter for your PC."

This all might sound daft or, at best, fodder for self-absorbed authors, but hang on a minute. I think they might be on to something.

When Wall posted his creation to a mailing list related to his primary creative writing software, Liquid Story Binder XE (which is excellent, by the way), he received nearly 40 responses.

They started out somewhat confused; most asked for a backspace key - typewriters have a backspace key, after all, don't they? (answer: yes, but it doesn't delete anything).

One railed against the effrontery of being asked to "to completely learn how to type all over again to use this tool otherwise. I'm not willing to lose precious writing time to changing the way I type when I rather like the way I type."

(Sheesh! You'd think she'd been asked to pay for the dang thing.)

Eventually sanity prevailed, and some wise words with it: "It's not about you relearning how to type," one poster wrote. "It's about forcing yourself to WRITE, and stop worrying about error correction, which can be a big barrier for some people."

Comments on Daoud's blog echoed this theme. Some seem to feel as if they'd just been asked to shoot themselves; others tap a nostalgic vein, when the clickety clack of the typewriter offered company, when putting something on the page implied a commitment that was hard to go back on.

As you might expect, I'm all for this.

I believe that technology has been really, really good to us, but we shouldn't be afraid of putting it in a cupboard once in a while.

Of course, when typewriters first came along writers looked down their noses at them, and writers like Bruce Chatwin said they could spot a book written on a word processor a mile off.

I started my career off on a manual BBC typewriter and I remember the looks I got in Bush House when I brought in my own electronic Canon Typestar one day, which allowed me to write a whole line onto a tiny LCD display the width of a thumbnail before committing it to the page.

Unsurprisingly, I didn't last long there.

But the point is that we - and I'm not just talking writers here, but anyone who has to sit down and write something at some point during the day - could all benefit from a bit of focus.

We shouldn't blame technology for bombarding us with stuff all the time, on our laptop, our cell phone, on the screens etched into the back of taxi seats.

But we could acknowledge the notion that technology, too, can be mobilized to force a simpler process on us: freeing us from distraction and forcing us to commit to what we do, one indelible letter at a time.

Isnin, Julai 27, 2009

Happiness is like butterfly

Happiness is like a butterfly: the more you chase it, the more it will elude you, but if you turn your attention to other things, it will come and sit softly on your shoulder.

Henry David Thoreau

Slap You, Kiss You

If there’s someone that I wanna slap on the face and kiss on the lips at the same time , it’s only you.

-tjandraella via Twitter-

As read in


07:00PM - 15 Aug 2009

Venue: Bukit Kiara Indoor Arena
Address: Jalan Bukit Kiara, Off Jalan Damansara, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Train: N/A
Price: RM53 - RM178

Contact: 012-349 0809 (Indra)
E-mail: N/A Website: N/A

Illuminight will feature performers Maliq & D'essentials, Yovie & The Nuno, Afgan Syahreza and Atilia. Close the night with three DJs from Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.

Eceh! brondong kesayangan datang lagi! Katanya...he'll be performing 10 songs that nite!




Women file for divorce over hubbies’ unusual sex drive
Source: The Star Online

TWO women have filed for divorce on grounds that their husbands’ unusual sex drive is linked to black magic, reports Metro Ahad.

Syarie Lawyers Association deputy president Musa Awang said in the first case, the couple had been married for a year.

“The riddle to the husband’s unnatural sex drive was answered when a relative of the wife saw the husband in the house when the family had seen him left for work earlier.

“The relative heard the husband’s voice in the bedroom and upon checking, found an ‘individual’ in the room looking exactly like the husband,” he said.

Musa said that the wife had since filed a complaint with the religious department and applied for fasakh.

(Fasakh means ending a marriage by the Syariah Court after hearing the wife’s complaint).

In the other case, Perubatan Islam Mustajab specialist Nazri Md Isa said an 18-year-old woman had filed for fasakh after her husband asked her for sex more than 10 times a day.

Nazri said according to the wife, the husband had the ritual of going to the bathroom before having sex with her.

“It all started when he had sex with her 17 times on their wedding night. The wife did not suspect anything then as she thought he was merely performing his duty as a husband.

“But when the situation persisted, she discussed the matter with her mother-in-law, who told her that it was a normal behaviour.

She told her own mother, who brought her to the religious department to file a report because the latter thought it was sexual abuse,” he said.

Investigation found that the husband’s demeanour was strange.

The wife and her family had a shock when they found “two individuals” that look alike in the bathroom.

Religious leader Datuk Abu Hasan Din Al-Hafiz claimed that it was not impossible for a man to have sex many times in one night if he was “friendly with the devil”.

“It is not impossible for the devil to have carnal intercourse with the man’s wife.

“This happens because the devil can appear to look like the husband,” he said.

He said that while it was normal for a man to want sex two or three times a day, anything more than the usual would most probably not be the husband but the devil.

Sexual Harassment

What is sexual harassment and why is it so difficult to confront?

Sexual harassment is unwanted and unwelcome behavior, or attention, of a sexual nature that interferes with your life and your ability to function at work, home, or school. Sexual advances, forced sexual activity, statements about sexual orientation or sexuality, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature all constitute sexual harassment. The behavior may be direct or implied. Sexual harassment can affect an individual's work or school performance, and can create an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment.

Sexual harassment can occur in a number of ways, such as:

  • The victim as well as the harasser can be either male, or female. The harasser does not have to be of the opposite sex.

  • The harasser can be anyone: the victim's supervisor, a client, a co-worker, a teacher or professor, a schoolmate, a stranger, even a family member.

  • The harasser's behavior must be unwelcome.

  • The victim does not have to be the person directly harassed but can be anyone who finds the behavior offensive and is affected by it.

  • While adverse effects on the victim are common, this does not have to be the case for the behavior to be unlawful.

  • The harasser may be completely unaware that their behavior is offensive or constitutes sexual harassment, or they may be completely unaware that their actions could be unlawful.

Uncertainty and Denial

Because sexual harassment encompasses a vast range of behavior, there is much confusion about the problem. In truth, sexual harassment actually relies on a victim's uncertainty about how to describe, and label, what is happening to them. A rape victims knows when they have been raped, but sexual harassment victims often do not understand what they are experiencing, or even why they are being hurt by it. Even if they can describe the experience to themselves, victims often differ in their willingness to accept what is happening.

Also, the people around the victim may have difficulty understanding and accepting that the harassment is occurring, and their reactions may increase the victim's confusion and isolation. Most often, when a sexual harassment victim speaks out about what they are experiencing, they are the ones who are considered the problem, not the harasser.

For these reasons, and the fear that harassment can incite, most victims never report what they have experienced. Often, they do not even talk about it to friends and family. Plus, when there is denial (including institutional denial), disbelief or placement of blame on the victim, recovery is much more difficult.

Many specific factors can underlie the uncertainty in identifying, and accepting, what a sexual harassment victim has been experiencing. You may be struggling with:
  • Confusion --you don't know how to describe to yourself what has been happening

  • Embarrassment -- you may feel embarrassed by the experience

  • Victim-blaming -- Others may be blaming you for what has happened, and the "victim" may now have become the "accused." As in the case of sexual assault and rape, the dress, lifestyle and private life of the victim seem to become more important than the behaviour being investigated.

  • Guilt -- you may feel guilt over what has happened, or be blaming yourself.

  • Shame -- you feel ashamed of what has been happening; you may not want to accept the idea that you are a victim, or feel you should be able to stop the harassment

  • Denial – you don’t want to believe that this is real; those around you may not want to believe this, either.

  • Minimizing – you tell yourself it’s “not that big a deal,” I’m being overly sensitive” or “I’m being a prude.” You may be hearing this from others.

  • Fear – you are afraid of retaliation by your harassers or harasser's colleagues, your coworkers, or people further-up in the hierarchy at work or school. You may fear being isolated or ostracized by people at work or school. You may be afraid you will get the harasser in trouble when all you want is the behavior to stop.

  • Adaptation -- the abuse may have been going on for a long time, and the targets may feel that nothing can be done. Or, you have been told throughout your life that you should expect to be treated this way, and to "deal with it" silently.

  • Numbing -- You want to distance yourself emotionally from the experience; you may also avoid people and places that remind you of these painful events.

  • Triggers -- you may feel that talking about what happened causes too much pain and/or anxiety, or what is happening in the present could be triggering past experiences with assault or abuse.

  • Invalidation -- you feel that no one will believe you if you were to report what is happening.

  • Defamation -- your motives or character may be under attack, with people saying things to discredit you.

  • Same-sex harassment -- if the harasser is of the same sex, you may be afraid people will question your sexual orientation

  • Masculinity -- if you are male victim, you may be afraid that it is a reflection on your masculinity for you to not enjoy the sexual attention, or you may be afraid others will question your masculinity or sexual orientation.


Am back from sunny Perhentian.

Masih merasa mabok laut.

Will write more about the experience later.

Jumaat, Julai 24, 2009

Animal Magnetisme

Am having a serious tanning session down in Pulau Perhentian, when this cute male came strotting and jumped on me, and straight away licked my lips. Hahaha...seriously, I was kinda hoping to meet someone of the opposite sex, but I had imagined him to be a homo sapien.

Not a cat!

now he's peacefully sleeping on my chest.

Like Cah Ayu says,
"you're too much, kucing!"

Posted by ShoZu

Rabu, Julai 22, 2009

Vacheron Constantin Tribute to Great Explorers

Vacheron Constantin is a Swiss manufacture of prestige watches and a brand of the Richemont group. It currently employs around 400 people worldwide, most of whom are based in the manufacturing plant; a modern building in Geneva. The brand is established in almost 80 countries around the world, distributed through 15 boutiques that sell no other brand, as well as a network of over 500 carefully selected points of sale. Previous Vacheron Constantin owners include Napoleon Bonaparte, Pope Pius XI, the Duke of Windsor and Harry Truman.

Vacheron Constantin (VC) was founded in Geneva, Switzerland in 1755 by Jean-Marc Vacheron. This makes it the oldest watch manufacturer in the world with an uninterrupted history. Besides being a young businessman, Vacheron was also a talented craftsman. In 1770 his company created the first complication, and nine years later he designed the first engine-turned dials.

So, what about VC has something to do with Malaysia?

Vacheron Constantin released a watch with a Malaysia map on it! It's aptly named 'Vacheron Constantin Tribute to Great Explorers'.

Cool huh?

And this beautiful timepiece can adorn your wrist at a mere cost of USD79,000. (yikess!!!)

VC also paid homage to our neighbour, Indonesia, when they released series of prestige watches with Indonesian traditional masks on it. Javanese mask and Lombok mask received the honor.

Lombok Mask

And this, my my personal favourite, Javanese Mask.

"Bewitcher, I observe the shapes of girls who pass, why eyebrows are like a bird ready to take wing and circle its prey, my moustache like a serpent ready to strike at the least sign of weakness of assent"


Om-Om Seksi

a: jap. y u like m nasir? dia kan dah om om
me: seksi banget! i can think of hundreds of reasons why sy suka dia
a: gimme 5
me: his songs...have u listen to his music?
a: not much
me: i love his voice
very manly...leaves that tingling feel when i hear it...
and his songs are different
the words used
itu udah 2
3, his feelings, when he sings, very deep and...terasa
4,gak banyak cingcong, just produce good music. good musicians are like that.
me: last, but not least...
5. his sex appeal.
a: hahah..dari tadi nungguin yang nomor 5

Om-om pun, om-om lahhhh~~~

Foto dibawah, om sexy disamping jiran rumah sebelah. Berdoa semoga raya nanti jiran buat open house dan jemput om sexy. Boleh saya pura-pura cuci kereta dihalaman rumah. Hahahahaha!

1 Wajah has been postponed

M. Nasir gig moved to Nov 7

KUALA LUMPUR: "Konsert Satu Wajah M. Nasir", scheduled for on Saturday, has been postponed to Nov 7. The venue remains at Stadium Negara.

According to event organiser Maya Axis Creative managing director Samirah Hambali, the postponement is because a sponsor has come on board for the concert and it needs more time to work on the show.

1st expression: yeayy!! postpone!!! ada jodohh!!! boleh tengok, ada jodoh!

2nd expression: Owh dang!!! Ada SSP reunion lah pulakkkkkkkkk... *hantuk hantuk kepala ke dinding*

Tetap aja kecewa.

Benarkah tiada bagiku
Ruang di hatimu untukku bertapak
Walaupun sejengkal jari
Agar dapat ku berdiri
Di ambang pintumu...

nota: amboi gambar Sifu diatas sana, alangkah seksih nyaa!

Selasa, Julai 21, 2009

Lord of the Ring

Tadi malam, tiba-tiba semangat juang meresap ke dalam diri, saya keluarkan sekotak brooch dan accessories Emak, berbekal buah lerak yang di'pau' dari kekasih gelap teman Cah Ayu di sebuah toko barangan silver di Kota Gede, dan sebatang berus gigi terpakai, dengan penuh khusyuk membersih dan mengilat satu persatu accessories yang ada, sampai mengkilap cemerlang bisa terlihat dari langit ke 17! (over, I know)

Bagi yang kurang mengenal buah lerak,

Lerak (terutama Sapindus rarak De Candole, dapat pula S. mukorossi) atau dikenal juga sebagai rerek atau lamuran adalah tumbuhan yang dikenal karena kegunaan bijinya yang dipakai sebagai deterjen tradisional. Batik biasanya dianjurkan untuk dicuci dengan lerak karena dianggap sebagai bahan pencuci paling sesuai untuk menjaga kualitasnya (warna batik).
Antara manfaatnya, biji lerak mengandung saponin, suatu alkaloid beracun, saponin inilah yang menghasilkan busa dan berfungsi sebagai bahan pencuci, dan dapat pula dimanfaatkan sebagai pembersih berbagai peralatan dapur, lantai, bahkan memandikan dan membersihkan binatang peliharaan. Kandungan racun biji lerak juga berpotensi sebagai insektisida. Kulit buah lerak dapat digunakan sebagai wajah untuk mengurangi jerawat dan kudis.

Kulit buah lerak dapat digunakan sebagai wajah untuk mengurangi jerawat dan kudis??!!!

Note to self: must try.

Mom got out an old ring. Setelah bersih indah gemerlap (eceh eceh), she asked me to put it on. And it fits nicely di jari manisku. Mind you, for someone my size, my fingers are absurdly small. Adik-adik selalu bilang tangan saya cacat (kurang hasam!). I love the ring, simple, very old school design, bertatah batu2 nilam kecil.

Kata Emak, "you can have it. Abah bought it for me in England when we were studying there."

Terus cincin ini terasa berat. The image of Arwah Abah saving every penny to buy her this ring as a token of love, suddenly overwhelms me. I feel, it's an honor, to be wearing the ring. Kan anak selalu diibaratkan lambang cinta, dan sekarang macam lambang cinta kuasa dua sebab anak tengah pakai cincin lambang cinta. Complicated?


Macam mana dari cerita buah lerak boleh melalut cerita pasal cincin??

Moral of the story: keep ur jewelleries and accessories clean with buah lerak. Terima kasih.

Can Hardly Wait

Pulau Perhentian

A trip to this lush and exotic tropical island is a must for all nature lovers and those who enjoy scuba diving, snorkeling, deep sea fishing, swimming, wind surfing, sailing, boating and canoeing.

Pulau Perhentian, situated 21 km off the coast of Terengganu, consists of two islands: Pulau Perhentian Besar and Pulau Perhentian Kecil.

Surrounded by a virgin jungle, swaying palm trees, white sandy beaches, warm sapphire blue waters, and a colourful coral garden, Pulau Perhentian is renowned as one of Malaysia's marine paradise and part of the national marine park. Therefore, the same code applies here, as in Pulau Redang. The journey to this spectacular island takes about one and a half hours by boat from Kuala Besut.

wheeeee~~~!!! Tak sabar! Thanks Mr. Header Maker for the beautiful (like me) header!!! Love it!

Had a dream of meeting a hunk in Perhentian. Shall we see if the dream would come true? *wink, wink*

nota: pasti gosong nih ntar lagi. Yah gpp, yang penting happy!

Isnin, Julai 20, 2009


Hari yang amat mencabar kesabaran.

*urut dada* sabar Farina, sabar...cava bien? bien merci! (teringat Mlle Sheila plak!)

Pakkal lah puasa, kalau tidak...

Looking forward to Thursday!

nota: entry sependek ini seharusnya di'twit'kan sahaja. Haruskah beralih ke twitter?

Do Me A Favor, Please?

Jumaat, Julai 17, 2009



  • Male/female/'s ok

  • Humourist is a must

  • Strong in laugh pressure

  • Excellent joking, oral & attitude

  • Have longtime experience in position and condition as a smilekeeper

  • Highly motivated and able to smile independently

  • Good smile, good teeth, good smell

  • Not in serious problem of mentality

All jokes will be treated confidentially and only short listed jokes will be notified.


nota: words are mostly taken from the cover of my Dagadu notebook.

Sad, Sad News

Turut berdukacita dengan khabar dari negara tetangga kita, Indonesia

Ledakan Kejutkan Lingkar Mega Kuningan
Jum'at, 17 Juli 2009 - 08:01 wib
Hariyanto Kurniawan - Okezone

JAKARTA - Ledakan mengejutkan daerah Lingkar Mega Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan, pada pagi hari ini. Namun belum ada informasi yang mendetil terkait ledakan ini yang membaut para pegawai di sekitar area tersebut berlarian ke luar.

Berdasarkan informasi yang diterima TMC Polda Metro, Jumat (17/7/2009), menurut salah seorang pekerja yang berada di lokasi, ledakan terdengar dari belakang Hotel JW Marriot.

Asap juga terlihat membumbung tebal di lokasi tersebut. Sementara dikabarkan ledakan yang sama juga terdengar di Hotel Ritz Carlton.

Para pegawai yang berlokasi di area Mega Kuningan saat ini berada di luar gedung masing-masing untuk menyelamatkan diri

Read GNFI's take on the incident here.

Nota: Kata orang kantor, Farina, tak balik kampung ke? Tu kampung dah kena bom? *sob sob*


Berita yang membuat saya beristighfar berkali-kali pagi ini.

Apa dosa budak lelaki itu??!

Little boy beheaded in family feud

KOTA KINABALU: A five-year-old boy was beheaded in an apparent feud between two families in Lahad Datu.

The boy’s head was allegedly chopped off by his father’s enemy, who then placed it in a bucket before fleeing the scene with his wife and daughter at 4pm on Wednesday.

Lahad Datu acting district police chief Deputy Supt Lee Chee Yong said yesterday that police were looking for the 27-year-old suspect, who was living in the same house as the victim and his parents.

“Our investigations indicate that the parents of the boy and the suspect had a longstanding feud,” he said, adding that the boy’s parents were not at home during the incident.

DSP Lee said police were unable to locate the murder weapon, which they believed to be a parang.

Khamis, Julai 16, 2009

Malaysia and Australia

Source: Good News From Indonesia
By : Yudha Satya

This is a story of foreigner who loves Indonesia very much, just like the one from Malaysia. How to relate Malaysia with Australia, or especifically Ms. Farina Jamal (a Malaysian-loves-indonesia-very-much person), with this person?

He is Australia’s answer for Malaysia's Farina Jamal, he claimed himself as ''Bule Ngehe" (awful white man). He loves jogja so very much, he was so amazed by how well-cultured, kind people, and a peaceful place the Jogjanese and Jogja is – and of course Jogja is the hometown of his favorite band: Sheila On 7 (beside Soneta Band)

He began to learn Bahasa Indonesia in 4th grade, but started to love Bahasa Indonesia in Senior High School (12th grade) after watching an Indonesia Movie named Ada Apa Dengan Cinta. And it brought him to take Indonesian Language for his Bachelor.

He has a lot of Indonesian friend who taught him Indonesian slang language (such as ''loe gue ngehe''), one of them is Raditya Dika. He helps Radit in making Kambing Jantan the movie.

You may find his jokes and stories about Indonesia in his blog

What do Richard and I have in common?

We are both Sheilaganks! Check out the T-shirt! *high five*


The results for 8 finalists for Hot FM Jom Cuti! has been announced.

And although I didn't make the final cut, I am glad that ALONG did!


Check out the video she submitted for the contest! Cool huh??

Now, she's one step closer to win a trip to either Bali, Jakarta or Ho Chi Minh with the DJ of her choice (damn damn, Ikhwan pulak tuh!) and a cool Sony Handycam CX100 worth RM2,999!

So please, her some love by voting! Here's how:


1. Click on this link. MUST CLICK!!

2. Tunggu page HOTFM loading. (buat PC yang tidak menampung resolusi berat dan sebagainya, harap bersabar.)

3. Scroll down and you would see a poll.


5. Klik butang VOTE!


Satu pc counts as 1 vote, so undi lah dari pc office, rumah, cybercafe, hp, laptop boypren, laptop suami, laptop anak, lapdance (oh itu salah), pc boss, pc rakan2 sekolah, pc makcik bancuh air...undi undi undi!


Kerana undimu begitu berharga.

1 Wajah

Saya akui, mendengar Sinar.Fm pagi ini membuat saya gembira sekaligus bersemangat ke kantor, tapi pada yang sama frustasi tahap mahu mengetuk2 kepala di stereng. *dush dush dushhh*

Kenapa, mengapa, bagaimanakah bisa...

Konsert yang saya idam-idamkan, yang saya tunggu-tunggu...

Akan berlangsung di tarikh dimana saya bakal berada nun jauh di Pulau Perhentian??

Ahhhhh frustasi melandaaaa~~~!!!

Konsert Satu Wajah M.Nasir

Date : 25 July 2009

Time : 8.30pm

Venue : Stadium Negara in Kuala Lumpur

Proving himself as a music icon and wholesome entertainer who has stood the test of time, Malaysian music genius M.Nasir is back yet again in a grand concert at Stadium Negara in Kuala Lumpur on July 25, 2009. M.Nasir had graced the Stadium Negara stage when he performed at the “Canggung Mendonan” in 1994.

Billed “Konsert Kemanusian M.Nasir”, it marks the second big-budgeted performance headlined by the award-winning singer-composer-producer-film director for 2009. The first being “Konsert Alam”, the three-night sold-out concert staged at the prestigious Panggung Sari at Istana Budaya in Kuala Lumpur from February 27 to March 1.

Produced and organised by Maya Axis Creative Sdn Bhd, the 2 ½-hour is expected to kick offat 8.30pm.

Ticket Price line up from RM 253.00, RM 153.00, RM83.00 and RM 53.00. (Price include RM 3.00 Ticket Hotline processing fees). Seating arrangement will be on free seating basis.

The Concert will mark a milestone for a local mega concert production ever staged in 2009.

For ticket purchase and more details -

I sooooooo wanna go~~~!!!

Berdasarkan pengalaman menonton konsert M.Nasir di Istana Budaya baru-baru ini, take my word on this, it's worth every single cent you pay to watch his concert! Berbaloi-baloi!

Dan pagi ini Sinar.Fm membakar asmara perasaan saya dengan memainkan lagu-lagu Sifu M.Nasir dari jam 6 hingga 10 pagi. Dari zaman Kembara, hingga album terakhir. Bagaimana tidak saya terpanggil berkaraoke ria sendiri di dalam kereta sambil ketuk-ketuk stereng semacam drum (disela-sela saya tidak menghantuk kepala ke stereng, tentunya) Dan mereka juga menemuramah M.Nasir! Bangun pagi langsung mendengar suara seksi itu ke udara membuat saya merasa...adudududuhhh! (tolong jangan biarkan imaginasi anda terlalu menerawang jauh) Dan katanya, dia akan menyanyikan hampir 30 lagu di konsert itu nanti! Ajigile...30??!!!

Arghhhh...tambah frust!

Rakan-rakan yang akan pergi, Kak Sity, saya yakin kamu akan ke sana bersama Arai, Soraya and the gals, please please enjoy bagi pihak, dan kenang daku dalam setiap loncatanmu! Akan ku kirim jiwaku bersama angin bayu yang berhembus nun dari pesisir pantai Pulau Perhentian (hallahhh...hallahhhh....!)

Sifu M.Nasir, anda terbaik!

Bagaimanakan ku mula
Tiadakah kata-kata
Yang indah untuk diabadikan
Tiap wajah berkisah
Tiap madah bererti
Manakah ilhamku

Cahaya di matamu
Senyum di bibirmu
Mengukir seribu tanda pertanyaan
Mungkinkah kau jua dalam kerinduan
Di saat begini aku merindukan

Berhelai helai surat
Terbiar di depanku
Tak dapat aku utuskan
Ku ramas semua dan ku buangkan jauh
Dari pandangan
Lalu aku kesal
Ku kumpul semula
Tak dapat ku nyatakan apa yang ku rasa
Jika engkau tahu di dalam hatiku
Mungkinkah kau sahut jeritan batinku

Dengarkanlah panggilanku
Dengarkanlah lagu untukmu
Angin lalu kau sampaikan
Rasa rindu yang membara kepadanya

Warna warna cintaku
Kian pudar bersama
Malam yang gelap gelita
Apakah kau rasakan apa yang aku rasa
Atau kau tak endah
Tapi ku percaya
Semua telah tertulis
Dan niat suci ku takkan disiakan
Dan di suatu masa
Di hari yang indah
Ku hulur tanganku
Lalu kau terima

Rabu, Julai 15, 2009

Malam Pertama

Oh bukan, bukan malam pertama yang itu.

Semalam, malam pertama saya diberi kesempatan, merias seorang model untuk sebuah photoshoot. Nervous gile b**i wa cakap sama lu! Dah lah model professional dah jadi cover majalah Nur, dah lah photografernya bukan calang-calang orang but Kukubesi himself, puas lah baca doa mencari jodoh penenang hati.

Lucu, sebelum start dah dipesan, mekap yg Islamic compliance!!!, saya tau...takkan nak make up dia macam pornstar kot.

I enjoyed it, working with professional people, beautiful model, and it was almost like a family affair.

And the best part is, the pictures taken will be used by Bank Muamalat for their promo, posters, mouse pads...macam macam ada!

Walaupun bukan muka saya, tapi saya thrill jugak la kan. Hahaha...Thanks for the opportunity!

I am personally pleased with the outcome, tunggulah kehadirannya wajahnya di Bank Muamalat berhampiran anda!

nota: pic courtesy of model, Cik Mas.

Coffee, please?

Di kantor, tea lady yang amat sering bertukar ganti.

Dan pernah, untuk satu jangka masa yang agak panjang, tea lady kami...bukan a lady.

Tea-Man (wah...bunyinya macam He-Man!)

Nescafe buatan Tea-Man enak sekali, tapi kerana saya suka minum yang kurang manis (maklum, sudah sedia manis) maka saya terbiasa membancuh air sendiri. Milo, kopi, teh...tanpa gula.

Jadi sudah dimaklumi sekian tea-lady atau tea-man yang pernah singgah di kantor ini, bahawa Farina bancuh air sendiri, so don't bother letak air di meja dia.


Tapi tea-lady yang baru, ternyata take it personally yang saya tidak minum air yang dia bancuh. Awalnya memang saya tak perasan kenapa mukanya masam je memandang saya, atau kenapa cawan-cawan saya dibiarkan tidak bercuci (orang di kantor memang gile pemalas, cawan pun orang lain cucikan)

Hahaha...rupanya dia memang marah pun dan sebagai balasan, tak nak cuci cawan saya dah!

Yah, maap lah makcik...lepas ni saya cuci lah cawan saya sendiri.

(tapi tadi masuk pantri nak cuci cawan, dia halau saya keluar sebab mengganggu dia nak bancuh air. hahaha...sabar farina, sabar)

nota: mug saya ada gambar sheilaon7.

Selasa, Julai 14, 2009


Here's why you should take a nap during your lunch hour:
(memberi alasan untuk kegiatan harian diri sendiri yang indah)

A nap is a short period of sleep, usually in the day time. Naps are frequently taken when one becomes drowsy during the day or otherwise wants to feel awake at a later period of time that day. They are also often frequently taken by small children.

Scientists have raised questions as to whether or not napping is beneficial. Gregory Belenky, MD, Research Professor and Director of the Sleep and Performance Research Center at Washington State University, suggests that naps can make up for lost sleep during the night. However, prolonged naps, those exceeding 30 minutes, could cause sleep inertia which causes the subject to be groggy after the nap. Naps can also be helpful to one's alertness when 30-60 minutes long.

Naps are not recommended for those suffering from insomnia or depression.

Naps are recommended for those suffering from illnesses, such as the flu.

There are many benefits to napping. Napping can help refresh your mind from a tiring day. According to Camile and William Anthony, authors of The Art of Napping at Work (Larson Publication,1999), a 20-minute nap can improve your overall alertness, boost your mood, and increase productivity. He also says that a post-nap can last for several hours. In addition, your heart may reap benefits from napping. In a six-year study of Greek adults, researchers found that men who took naps at least three times a week had a 37 percent lower risk of heart-related death.

A siesta (Spanish pronunciation: [╦łsjesta]) is a short nap taken in the early afternoon, often after the midday meal. Such a period of sleep is a common tradition in some countries, particularly those where the weather is warm. The word siesta is Spanish, from the Latin hora sexta - "the sixth hour" (counting from dawn, therefore noon, hence "midday rest").

Dentist and pharmacist sharing similar business hours in the island of Lipsi, Greece. The concept of a midday nap is also prominent in other tropical or subtropical countries, where the afternoon heat dramatically reduces work productivity. The Washington Post of February 13, 2007 reports at length on studies in Greece that indicate that those who nap have less risk of heart attack.

In South Asia, the idea of a post-lunch nap is common, and the idea of going to sleep after a light massage with mustard oil to induce drowsiness was very popular before industrialization. It was also very popular to consume a light snack during this ritual; it was thought that this practice would make one a better person. In Bangladesh and Indian Bengal, the word which describes the concept is bhat-ghum, literally meaning "rice-sleep", a nap after lunch.

Afternoon sleep is also a common habit in China and Taiwan after the midday meal. This is called '"wujiao" in Chinese. Almost all schools in Mainland China and Taiwan have a half-hour nap period right after lunch. This is a time when all lights are out and one is not allowed to do anything other than rest or sleep.

Some Japanese offices have special rooms known as napping rooms for their workers to take a nap during lunch break or after overtime work.

In Islam, it is encouraged to take a nap between Dhuhr and Asr prayers, with the intention of doing tahajjud later in the night.

Alors...voulez vous coucher avec moi? *wink wink*

Smart Women = Better Sex

Study: Smart Women Have Better Sex

It has been said that the brain is the biggest sex organ, and now new research published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine suggests that for women having brains leads to more orgasms and a more fulfilling sex life. A team of researchers led by Andrea Burri of King's College London surveyed 2,000 female twins between the ages of 18 and 83 about their sex lives, including a 7-point rating scale for their ability to achieve orgasm (from 'never' to 'always'). Researchers also distributed a questionnaire that assessed the women's 'emotional intelligence,' the ability to express feelings or to read those of others. The results show that women with a higher emotional intelligence had twice as many orgasms as women who exhibited little emotional intelligence. Burri said, " Emotional intelligence seems to have a direct impact on women's sexual functioning by influencing her ability to communicate her sexual expectations and desires to her partner." Greater intelligence may also lead to more elaborate fantasies that help get the job done (whether alone or with a partner).

Burri and her co-authors note that up to 30% of women suffer from female orgasmic disorder (FOD), the inability to achieve orgasm, which is the second most common type of female sexual dysfunction. They conclude that low emotional intelligence is a significant risk factor for developing FOD and should be considered in future research and therapy for FOD.

There you have it, smart women know what they want and know how to get it.


Happy, Happier, Happiest

Is listening to happy, happy songs to combat stress.

Sila rujuk entry Ibu Lissa sebagai panduan.

Lagu-lagu pilihan hari ini adalah seperti:

1. Sahabat Sejati (SO7) - reminds me of well, good friends. Hehe. And happiness sewaktu meloncat-loncat bersama darah abadi menonton konser so7 atau sewaktu di dalam mobil bersama-sama and knowing, that whatever happens, I'd still have these wonderful people as my friends, hinggu ujung waktu!

2. Kau Aku (Aizat) - i just love this song. Rasa macam nak dress up macam Liyana Jasmay dan rock on!

3. Hey Ladies! (Rossa) - bak kata Soraya, anthem buat wanita hari ini. Suka!

4. Melompat Lebih Tinggi (SO7) - "bila ku terjatuh nanti, kau siap 'tuk mengangkat ku lebih tinggi" Enuff said.

5. Yan Huo De Ji Jie (F4) - saja nak layan lagu cina sambil menghibur nyonya meja sebelah.

6. Bencinta (Faizal Tahir) - ok, bukan kategori happy songs tapi kalau nyanyi dalam kereta, alangkah puasnya lagu ini, kan? Semoga segeralah ia hadir di pusat karaoke yang terdekat.

7. Someday We'll Know (Mandy Moore ft. Jonathan Foreman) - because I find the lyrics to be comforting.

8. Nakal (Gigi) - sebab terasa macam nak bergoyang gerudi bersama Cah Ayu dan Soraya lagi. "Ooohh...Ku hanya bisa menahan perasaan" (arghhh! mulai cari coklat dan aiskrim)

9. Apa Kata Dunia (Melly Goeslaw & Debby Mizwar) - always, always...managed to make me smile. How can you stay sulky when Pak Deddy is singing "buah nangka kulitnya berduri, tak kusangka hati ku kau curi". Cuteness! *joget joget*

10. Terimakasih Bijaksana (SO7) - how can I not find this song comforting? "tak peduli berapakah berat badan mu nanti, kau tetap yang termuahhhh di hati." See? See?? Sigh.

Have you got any nice, happy, uplifting songs you think I should listen to?

Isnin, Julai 13, 2009

Be Stress Free in 101 Ways

1.Get up 15 minutes earlier

2.Prepare for the morning the night before

3.Avoid tight fitting clothes

4.Avoid relying on chemical aids

5.Set appointments ahead

6.Don't rely on your memory ... write it down

7.Practice preventive maintenance

8.Make duplicate keys

9.Say "no" more often

10.Set priorities in your life

11.Avoid negative people

12.Use time wisely

13.Simplify meal times

14.Always make copies of important papers

15.Anticipate your needs

16.Repair anything that doesn't work properly

17.Ask for help with the jobs you dislike

18.Break large tasks into bite size portions

19.Look at problems as challenges

20.Look at challenges differently

21.Unclutter your life


23.Be prepared for rain

24.Tickle a baby

25.Pet a friendly dog/cat

26.Don't know all the answers

27.Look for a silver lining

28.Say something nice to someone

29.Teach a kid to fly a kite

30.Walk in the rain

31.Schedule play time into every day

32.Take a bubble bath

33.Be aware of the decisions you make

34.Believe in yourself

35.Stop saying negative things to yourself

36.Visualize yourself winning

37.Develop your sense of humor

38.Stop thinking tomorrow will be a better today

39.Have goals for yourself

40.Dance a jig

41.Say "hello" to a stranger

42.Ask a friend for a hug

43.Look up at the stars

44.Practice breathing slowly

45.Learn to whistle a tune

46.Read a poem

47.Listen to a symphony

48.Watch a ballet

49.Read a story curled up in bed

50.Do a brand new thing

51.Stop a bad habit

52.Buy yourself a flower

53.Take time to smell the flowers

54.Find support from others

55.Ask someone to be your "vent-partner"

56.Do it today

57.Work at being cheerful and optimistic

58.Put safety first

59.Do everything in moderation

60.Pay attention to your appearance

61.Strive for Excellence NOT perfection

62.Stretch your limits a little each day

63.Look at a work of art

64.Hum a jingle

65.Maintain your weight

66.Plant a tree

67.Feed the birds

68.Practice grace under pressure

69.Stand up and stretch

70.Always have a plan "B"

71.Learn a new doodle

72.Memorize a joke

73.Be responsible for your feelings

74.Learn to meet your own needs

75.Become a better listener

76.Know your limitations and let others know them, too

77.Tell someone to have a good day in pig Latin

78.Throw a paper airplane

79.Exercise every day

80.Learn the words to a new song

81.Get to work early

82.Clean out one closet

83.Play patty cake with a toddler

84.Go on a picnic

85.Take a different route to work

86.Leave work early (with permission)

87.Put air freshener in your car

88.Watch a movie and eat popcorn

89.Write a note to a far away friend

90.Go to a ball game and scream

91.Cook a meal and eat it by candlelight

92.Recognize the importance of unconditional love

93.Remember that stress is an attitude

94.Keep a journal

95.Practice a monster smile

96.Remember you always have options

97.Have a support network of people, places and things

98.Quit trying to fix other people

99.Get enough sleep

100.Talk less and listen more

101.Freely praise other people

BONUS: Relax, take each day at a have the rest of your life to live!

To Soraya, Thanks :-)

Right or Left?

Sangat jarang saya terpanggil nak menulis entri jujur dari hati di siang bolong. Apa lagi dari kantor yang serba berisik.

Tapi entah, macam bingung. Nah tulis puisi tapi kata-kata macam tak senada. Tak pernah pun tulis puisi. Sok-sokan aja. Tau nya keluar serba berantakan. Bingung.

Saya dah buat keputusan.

Saya rasa saya dah buat keputusan.

Tapi disudut lain, saya rasa saya harus membincangkan permasalahannya. Sebab yang terkait bukan cuma diri sendiri. Orang lain punya hak menyuarakan pendapat juga.

Tapi sepertinya orang itu memilih diam.

Dan balik lagi saya ragu-ragu akan keputusan ini. Betul ke keputusan ini? I wish I could talk to someone about this. And, based on my friends messages to me of late, I know I can always talk to any of them. Thanks gals, you are angels!

Tapi kali ini.

Kali ini biarlah saya selesaikan sendiri.

Doakan saja, apa juga keputusan yang saya ambil, tiada pihak akan terluka, dan yang paling penting...

Tiada pihak yang akan menyesal.

So...Kanan ke Kiri? Hmmm...

Jalan Terus je lah! :p

Happiness Is The Truth

Been a while since I felt so deliriously happy to the point that I fell like telling the whole world how I feel, and why. But, having been...