The Story of Nurul,Aishah,Cha2,AkaZukii

why can't life be much easier than this? no complications, no agonies, no worries...just pleasant....everyday, but we would not call that life now would we?

Saturday, June 02, 2007

Caca-Marba - Entry yang weeeng, cos i'm weeng!

This posting is gonna be a long one. Again, been slacking off to record some of the significant happenings in my life. So here goes:

#Closed Book-finally?

It took me 2 solid years to figure things out,to find me guts to confront the inevitable..and closure is nearing its way-officially. BUT unofficially? it's done...zasssss. fin. inside out. NO more dramas, no more worrying. Not gonna give anymore shits on this. BUT ironically enough for me, i don't find peace now that it's done. Am I doing the right thing? At some point, i am glad it is what it is...but on the other hand, I don't feel that sense of real relief that i thought i would once it's done. Somehow, something inside of me is aching...and i reckon it's "cancerous"-malignant if i'm not too careful..To sir with "ai"..saaa, nani o shitai desuka

#A Slob In Creation..or created? dochi ga?

In relation with what is said above, i find myself back on track on becoming a hardcore couch potato + addictive net user. Note the word, back on track...somehow i find peace when i am doing so, with so many things that has happened and about to happen (this involves work-which will be poured out later) Aku memang ske tengok tibi, not much a movie goer really, sebab first you have to pay for the tix, baik beli mcD or KFC or Secret Recipes..reason #2: leceh. not only you have to go out for it, for those newly released mv, most probably tix sold out, long Q etc...crowded giler, and end up you have to resort for seats like right in front of the big screen-yikes, juling mata! reason #3: you need partner(s) for mv time. heck, if you go alone, it'll be like um, weeeeeeeeird. most prolly, people will have this sympathetic look at you-the loner and have no friends or even scarier no life. As such, i am more comfortable to buy pirated dvds (upppps) and could just watch it for gezillion times in mua room anytime i want it. lagik besh!

Thus, having said that..i got to watch some of my fav. TV series...regardless how sleepy i get once i'm back from work (or during me off days) most often than not i'll end up dozing off in front of the telly...okay so just to name a few of fav TV shows, here they are:
  • NAKED SCIENCE
  • LONELY PLANET (especially when Ian Wright hosting the show)
  • CSI
  • CRASH SCENE INVESTIGATION
Ok taknak poyo. I have always been a fan of NatGeo & Discovery channels, all thanks to ayahanda yang amat ske tengok dua channel itu. Anyways, the point i'm getting to is, this was like 3 days ago when naked science aired, it was about how scientifically us humans- chose our mate. Haha,it was a real awakening gitu to me, since i'm like on "troubled" situation, thus that particular show suited me well. since this posting is already outdated cos the show was 3 days back, i can't quite recall how exactly it went..but some of the points it made based on various studies and experiments- we humans are always on the look out for that special mate of us based on 3 things. Symmetrical Features, Intelligence, (both of which can't be made up) and Kindness, tenderness and all that sort (duh-mestilah ske yg baik hati,you don't have to be a scientist to know this) Okay, so point number 2 and 3 cam sah-sah obvious (well at least to me, as i can like relate to it easily :p ) the funny part was point number 1-symmetrical features attracts more. In a way, it also suggests that our mind seeks balance when we look at things-thus, when we see a person, we're more likely drawn to something that has more 'balance' and it doesn't matter whether it's the face or other body parts. we find them as more attractive than the opposite. BUT, when it is tooo symmetrical, it will be toooo ugly for our mind to take. kiranya, kalau terlalu perfect pun we'll be disgusted by it. Cam lawaks gaks scientist tu...

and another surprising discoveries were, how our nose functions more than just to smell or put balance to our face. just like in the animal kingdom, we are more likely to chose our mate with opposite attributes..kiranya, to diversify the heritage. sah-sah la kan. ANYWHO, the show was brilliant until it got CUT OFF after an hour. ..me thinks prolly because the actual show was lengthy but the time slot allocated by Astro for was insufficient thus it cut it off, ZANNEN!

Friday, June 01, 2007

Convocation Fiasco..

Convocation...That one day, of which usually a long and tiring day..the day that officially marks a student as no longer a student...freedom..a graduate! Personally to me, I have gone through two convocations..same place, practically same robe, and heck even sordid-me scroll was handed over by the same man-mr VC himself. i mean, with all respect to the man, BUT the only thing that makes UiTM's convocation unique compared with the rest of Malaysia's local uni's is-our Chancellor-none other than number one man of the country-the Agong himself. Okay, so my first convo was that for my diploma.Right i can't complained then, because Agong only hands over Degree's scroll and above..So back then, I couldn't ask for more than a VC..(ok, prolly by now you guys might be wondering what's the big fuss with having Agong giving me the cert instead of VC? hiks, siblings rivalry i guess that's why. You see, most of my siblings were shall i say, ITM breed..and their convo's happy moments are all up on the walls-with respective Agongs serving that particular year...) Thus, for the second convo time-that is for my degree, i was kinda bit thrilled with the thoughts that my convo-Agong-moments finally set to stay.Hiks, lame i know. Above picture: Taking advantage of the very well lit Dewan Sri Budiman, DSB.

But you know, as they always say. Never hope too high, because if that fails..only make the failures harder to endure..OK, having said that, I'm not that pathetic because even though it was no Agong and only Mr VC (again..yawn!) I'm as thrilled as I can be, as this was the convo day..I'm just happy and thankful that both of my parents were still there to celebrate it with me, and even sweeter than my diploma's convo chapter; my elder bro and his family decided to tag along...Doesn't matter that he didn't give any bouquet of flowers..BUT their presence there, made my tiring-6 hours-convo-day...turned out to be something to remember with a smile on me face! Above picture: Watashi no ryushin desu. Okasan to otosan..Love them both to bits.

Don't want to sound disrespecting or anything, BUT i was bored to me freaking bones with Mr. VC's very lengthy closing speech! It was getting late, and there were hundreds of us, with hundreds more impatient-aggravated - grads' families waiting outside for the dull ceremony to end..and yet Mr VC was ignorant enough to dragged his boring, repeats -speech to 5.30PM! "i mean like hello, kitaorang nak posing-posing ambik gmbar lagik, nak rush hantar the smelly jubah lagik..heeeeeeeesh!" suara hati kecikku berkata..(",) BUT Mr VC did make one outstanding comment about us-Masscomm grads. He undoubtedly acknowledge the fact Masscomm was, still and forever will be the most popular faculties of all..hiks! and for that one line, we roared! glamerrr ke? owh well that would be the usual feedback or impression from general at large. TV and all that kan...BUT if only they knew what lies beneath..they'll thank God they weren't masscomm students. shessh, NOT only we work odd hours with no luxuries like a long holiday, heck, don't even dream to get off days on Hari Raya and what not..ON top of that, we're among those people who get low pays for the long and tiring work we have to do...so people for the gezillion times, MEDIA world isn't really something worth to do, UNLESS you're prepared to make sacrifices such as what i mentioned above and UNLESS you're really passionate about it, this could be you dream job. BUT if not, walk away while you still can, or try to find ways now to "run" at chance that comes your way **hiks**