Friday, November 28, 2008
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
them. Now, with my precious sushi set and my SOTOY knowledge,
me and my housemate try to made tuna and salmon maki...
and this is the result.....
(want to see the step by step, look from the bottom to the top)
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Why i have to go through this again and again. Im not trying to act like Miss Bimbo that super duper consider with their weight and watch every calories dat goes into their mouth *including tooth paste*. No, im not that freak!!
but yea, i have to get rid of this ugly flab in my body.
Maybe you don't know this but i used to be really FAT and really SKINNY. Those day, when im in 3rd year of junior high, i used to gain 60KG with height only 158cm. IMAGINE!!!
But this fatness came not without reason, since people mocked me becoz im to0 skinny that day (42kg with height only 155), i kept stuffed my self with food like hell without realize that my body already bloated like pig. I felt soooo miserable that day, and i promised to my self that i have to lose at least 5kg. But what happened was.... my body shrink extremely to 43kg. I felt so DAMN HAPPY that day!! This is the result :
yep, that's me back then. Without trick or any photoshop retouch *brag brag*
but, becoz im soooo small, my body condition starts down and i experience a lot of illness .
So i have to eat a lot for recovery, and guess waht?? yea, the same shit happened again, i put on weight like the old days.
Now i reach 53kg already. Im so frustrated!!!!!!!! everytime i try to diet, it is always failed!! WHY???? pfhhhh... so tired.
me and my big fat drama.
btw this is my latest picture.
yep. soooo bloated.
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Sunday, November 16, 2008
the worst thing after PMS is..... PMS in the middle of EXAM.
GEEZ!!!! I am soooooo frustrated!
tomorrow i have this FINANCE FOR ENTREPRENEUR exam, which is about the FUCKING accounting and i don't understand half of it!! the worst nightmare ever, even when im still in Senior High School.
Then i still have to deal with it. ARGH!
This is totally SICK!!!!!!! can somebody just kidnap the lecture for a while??
Ow, plus tomorrow morning i have to go buy ticket for my holiday back to Indo! How sweet....
...too sweet like i can get diabetes becoz of this shit.
Saturday, November 15, 2008
They know that they are different and what makes u special is because others are boring and you are different. So im sincerely give them a big applause for "Daring to be weirdos".
Weirdos are cool.
u're not agree with me?
watch this. and tell me what do u think. *biggrin*
Friday, November 14, 2008
So here is the result...... *finger cross*
and the result issss........
ow my... not that good. let's continue.....
Chicken Fried rice.
and the result isss.......
C+???? whut the hell??
Fried instant noodle.
and the result is.........
ok, lets see how much i can get for this food.
YEYYYYY!!! sushi never let me down!! i knew it's a healthy food!
curious with your report grade??
just visit this website. And you'll see how good or bad your food taste are.
Friday, November 7, 2008
US gets first African-American president
06 Nov 2008
By Guardian Reporter
Barack Obama, a 47-year-old first-term senator from Illinois, shattered more than 200 years of history on Tuesday night by winning election as the first African-American president of the United States.
A crowd of 125,000 people jammed Grant Park in Chicago, where Obama addressed the nation for the first time as its president-elect at midnight ET.
Hundreds of thousands more — Mayor Richard Daley said he would not be surprised if a million Chicagoans jammed the streets — watched on a large television screen outside the park.
``If there is anyone out there who doubts that America is a place where anything is possible, who still wonders if the dream of our founders is alive in our time, who still questions the power of our democracy, tonight is your answer,`` Obama declared.
``Young and old, rich and poor, Democrat and Republican, black, white, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, gay, straight, disabled and not disabled, Americans have sent a message to the world that we have never been just a collection of red states and blue states,`` he said. ``We have been and always will be the United States of America.
``It`s been a long time coming, but tonight, because of what we did on this day, in this election, at this defining moment, change has come to America,`` he said to a long roar.
McCain notes history in the making
Obama congratulated his opponent, Republican Sen. John McCain Arizona, for his ``unimaginable`` service to the United States, first as a prisoner of war for 5 years in North Vietnam and then for nearly three decades in Congress.
McCain called Obama to offer his congratulations at 11 p.m. ET, Obama`s chief spokesman, Robert Gibbs, told NBC News.
Obama thanked McCain for his ``class and honor`` during the campaign and said he was eager to sit down and talk about how the two of them could work together.
Saying, ``The American people have spoken, and they have spoken clearly,`` McCain told supporters in Phoenix that he ``recognized the special significance`` Obama`s victory had for African-Americans.
``We both recognize that though we have come a long way from the old injustices that once stained our nation`s reputation and denied some Americans the full blessings of American citizenship, the memory of them still have the power to wound,`` McCain said.
``Let there be no reason for any American to fail to cherish their citizenship in this, the greatest nation on Earth,`` said McCain, who pledged his support and help for the new president.
President Bush called to congratulate Obama and promise a smooth transition of power on Jan. 20, White House spokeswoman Dana Perino said.
``Mr. President-elect, congratulations to you. What an awesome night for you, your family and your supporters,`` said Bush, who invited Obama and his family to visit the White House as soon as it was convenient.
The president also called McCain to say that he was proud of the senator`s efforts and that he was “sorry it didn`t work out.``
``You didn`t leave anything on the playing field,`` Bush said.
Surveys of voters as they left polling places nationwide encapsulated the historic nature of the victory by Obama, the son of a Kenyan father and a white mother from Kansas.
As expected, he won overwhelmingly among African-American voters, but he also among women and Latino voters, reversing a longstanding Republican trend. And he won by more than 2-to-1 among voters of all races 30 years old and younger.
In interviews with NBC News, aides to McCain said they were proud that they had put up a good fight in ``historically difficult times.``
A senior adviser said McCain himself was ``fine`` but that he felt ``he let his staff and supporters down.``
Obama will have a strongly Democratic Congress on the other end of Capitol Hill. The Democrats won strong majorities in both the News projected that the party would fall just short of a procedurally important 60 percent ``supermajority`` in the Senate, however.
Meanwhile in Washington, hundreds of residents spilled into the streets near the White House, carrying balloons, banging on drums and chanting, ``Bush is gone!`` Along U Street, once known as America`s Black Broadway for its many thriving black-owned shops and theaters, men stood on car roofs, waving American flags and Obama posters.
In Harlem, thousands of people, black and white, took to the streets, some dancing, others crying tears of joy, in raucous celebration of the nation`s first African-American president.
The roar of a crowd gathered near the legendary Apollo Theater could be heard blocks away.
In Miami, honking horns and fireworks greeted news of Obama`s victory. In Seattle, people poured out of bars, restaurants and houses in the streets near historic Pike Place Market.
In Detroit, carloads of revelers rolled past the bronze sculpture of prizefighter Joe Louis` fist, blaring their horns and chanting ``Obama!`` out of open windows.
The downtown park — where police fought anti-war protesters during the turbulent 1968 Democratic National Convention — was transformed by white tents and a stage lined with American flags and hung with red, white and blue bunting.
In the crowd, the Rev. Jesse Jackson had tears streaming down his face as he heard the news. Jackson had to apologize during the campaign for crude remarks he made about Obama that were caught by an open microphone.
Tommy Davis, 20, said he heard Obama won the election as he was out walking with friends in Miami. As he spoke, a group of people sitting in the middle of a nearby street in lawn chairs started banging on pans and cheering.
``We were rejoicing, saying we got our first black president. We need a president that`s going to make our country better. And Obama can do that for us,`` Davis said.
In the Ybor City entertainment district of Tampa, Fla., car horns honked and chants of ``O-ba-ma, O-ba-ma`` could be heard when the presidential race was called.
``It`s a landslide! It`s a landslide!`` shouted Mark Bias, 51, who was wearing a tall satin Uncle Sam hat and a red, white and blue cape.
``This means that American will be back on the right track again.``
Hundreds of Obama supporters watched the election coverage at Starlight Restaurant in Greenville, N.C. Many of them began to pour into the streets with signs waving in the air and tears in their eyes, when Obama was elected.
In the crowd in Chicago was Lisa Boon, 42, who said she burst into tears earlier pondering what an Obama victory would mean.
Boon said her father was the cousin of Emmett Till, a 14-year-old black Chicagoan who was abducted and killed in Mississippi in 1955, purportedly for whistling at a white woman.
``I was thinking of all the things done to Emmett and injustices to black people,`` Boon said. ``This is amazing, simply amazing.``
Thursday, November 6, 2008
but we found out that this sushi SHOGUN buffet it's such a mind blowing.
my tummy just cannot resist it.
btw, it's only RM48 and u can eat everything. EVERY SINGLE THING.
so what. we're just a lucky happy pig! ;)