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Animal Rights Protest in Barcelona.

October 22, 2013

Animal Rights Protest in Barcelona.

If I ever decide to turn into a vegetarian/vegan, I would be looking at this over and over again to remind myself.


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December 4, 2010

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January 7, 2010

1. All four of my car tyres were stolen yesterday morning. Refer to my twit photo for clearer view and understanding.

a. I wish the thieves nothing but to die in hell.

b. I hope the local policemen really keep to what they’ve promised – to take actions.

c. I spent RM1k++ to get new tyres. Pfft.

d. Total lost value = RM2k++.

e. Lesson learned = get your apartment parking sticker and NEVER park outside your apartment area! EVER!

2. The 1st level of my new year resolution is about to happen.

a. *pray*

b. We’ll see where this goes.

c. I’m so ready to let go!

3. I do not believe in what you expect me to believe so stop forcing me to believe it!

a. That was actually a personal shout out to someone I know.

b. Seriously, I’m not joking. It’s not for you. It’s for that someone I know.


Free Meal Wednesday!

November 25, 2009

Life’s good when you thought you have to pay for lunch but a friend paid instead.

Life’s even better when your cousin text and said, ” let’s have dinner. I still owe you (and another friend) the long overdue dinner.”



Friday’s Observation.

October 2, 2009

I’m not sure if people are going to be offended by this post, but I think  I have the right to say because I am a part of the believer of this religion (a Muslim) and I have the right to comment should I have to.

In Islam, men are obliged to go for Friday prayers. Zohor, the praying time set for Friday Prayer starts at around 1.15pm and ends at about 2pm because of khutbah (preach) that is held before the prayer starts.

What brought to my attention is, the part where I see food stalls around the mosque area before and after prayer.

Personally,I think it’s wrong for food hawkers to set up their stalls and sell food before prayers because eating before Friday prayers might lead to sleepyness therefore, you are unable to focus your prayer since half of the time you are yawning your way through and wishing the prayer is done so that you can rush home and sleep.

The second reason for my disagreement is, you will find men eating outside at these stalls while khutbah is on-going. While the Imam is giving out khutbah, you are eating out there, enjoying your food. Rather than being humble enough to listen to what Islam is teaching you, you are sitting there with no discipline and respect towards Allah.

..and while you pray, you might “burp” and leave others to feel uncomfortable.

The third reason for my disagreement is, if these men are smokers, they will smoke before they pray. Isn’t smoking considered as makruh ? why can’t you just stop and smoke after you’re done with prayer?

..and when you enter the mosque, you come with unpleasant smell of the cigarettes….

Last reason for my disagreement is car parking. I understand that there is a limited parking space in the mosque area but please try not to park up to triple park in the middle of the big road. I mean, I know you want to rush for prayer but don’t make other people’s life miserable by creating a massive traffic jam just because you refuse to walk a little further to get to the mosque.

I wonder if anyone has encountered the same observation with me and if anyone agrees with me. Criticism is open on the table, but please don’t misjudge me. I am just saying based from what I see and you may correct me if I’m wrong.

I just hope there’s an improvement to all these things. Islam doesn’t teach us to complicate ourselves. Islam also doesn’t teach us to complicate others.



You know that I love you so, I love you enough to let you go.

September 23, 2009

Selamat Hari Raya

September 18, 2009

It’s two days before Hari Raya and I am still at work. I will be at work tomorow and I think the whole time I’m celebrating Hari Raya I’ll be thinking about work.

ah, bliss.

Selamat Hari raya everyone!