Saturday, December 29, 2007

Blog 365

I got this blog 365 from Andie Summerkiss

I must be crazy because I sign up for this thing, here are the rules:

- Blog everyday for 365 days.

- Feb.29th is a Free Day and will be the Blog365 day of rest!
(Thanks Leap Year)

- You do not HAVE to post to the same blog as long as you post everyday.

- No internet? Write your post locally and post it once you are back on the grid.

- Computer Broken? Grab some paper and do some old school blogging.

- A post is a post, not everything has to be in writing. Photos, YouTube videos, and the like are all considered content.

- Have fun, because that's the whole point!

If you post offline work, consider changing the date on the post to reflect the day you actually created the content

December is quickly disappearing, so get some ideas together and get ready!

So, every one... Be ready for my ramblings, ridiculous, crazy, stupid, nonsense thoughts for the whole coming year...

Wish me luck!

Friday, December 28, 2007

Love affair

I don't celebrate Xmas but I don't know why, I love Xmas stuff i.e: Xmas Tree, Xmas decoration and etc.

So here are some proves of my love affair with Xmas stuff

2006 - Xmas decoration at Shangri-la Hotel

2007 - Xmas tree at Hyatt Hotel

2007 - Xmas Party with the Ozzy

Thursday, December 27, 2007

Let me know...

What is the hardest thing to say to someone?

Is it, I Love You?


Is it, I am sorry?

Sorry seems to be the hardest word

After settled it down with my friend, I gave my word to delete the posts from my blog.

So I would say thank you all for the comments, I really appreciate it. Your comments have made me think in a different point of view.

This is the good intention from us, as we still want to be friends and hopefully what has happened will make each of us a better and mature person and hopefully can make our friendship stronger and more valuable.

There is song from Elton John called "Sorry seems to be the hardest word"...
Well.. the song is not quite fit with my situation but yeah I agree with him that sorry seems to be the hardest word..

Why is it so hard?

Because it comes from the heart, if it doesn't come from the heart it doesn't mean a damn thing.

But when you finally be able to say it, it feels good. It doesn't mean that you are wrong or lose by saying sorry..

Wednesday, December 26, 2007


Thanks for all your comments on my posts here and here. So before all of you had wrong impression about me, especially Anonymous who gave me hard comments but still coward to hide behind Anonymous name :p

Yes, I mad at my friend, you all have read about it in my blog. But I've settled down with her, I apologized to her for being mad at her and we talked about the issues and we are good now.. (Anonymous.. send me your number so I can text you our conversation). Not just because in my religion we're not allowed to be mad at people more than 3 days, but I also felt that my reaction was based on sensitive mood thanks to PMS. No, I'm not trying to find any excuse and justification, but for you women out there you will understand what I'm talking about. And yes, we are mature women whom can talk about this issue directly, even though we need times to cooling down our selves.

I've been planning to post that I finally settled it down with my girlfriend but been caught up with parties during this Xmas holiday, so I haven't have time to do it. Now, I'm proudly say that we're good and we have settle it down.

And one more thing, I'm mature enough to take any criticism.. approved Anonymous comments is one of the proof, right ;)

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Giving time

Eventhough I don't celebrate Xmas, but SU gave this iPod as my Xmas present, because he said Xmas is all about giving..

Isn't he sweet?

He's the best.

You rock baby muuahhh

Merry Xmas everybody.. May God always be with you, and may we have peace on earth.

Happy Holidays too!

Monday, December 24, 2007

Just for fun

You Are a Plain Ole Cup of Joe

But don't think plain - instead think, uncomplicated
You're a low maintenance kind of girl... who can hang with the guys
Down to earth, easy going, and fun! Yup, that's you: the friend everyone invites.
And your dependable too. Both for a laugh and a sympathetic ear.

Your Lucky Underwear is Green

You're a total go getter who will scrape and crawl to get to the top. And your lucky green underwear will help you get there without a struggle.
A fast learner, you enjoy a good mental challenge - whether it's getting your law degree or running a successful business.

Sometimes you push too hard to succeed, alienating friends and wearing yourself out in the process.
If you want to reach your goals while still maintaining a full life, put on your green underpants. They'll help you slow down and enjoy life.

You Should Be a Social Worker

You are deeply caring and empathetic.
You are able to take on other people's problems as if they were your own.
Sensitive and intuitive, you understand human emotions well.
Helping others gives you the most joy in life. You feel like it's your purpose in life.

You do best when you:

- Have a lot of responsibility
- Greatly impact someone's life with your work

You would also be a good philanthropist or stay at home parent.

You Probably Look Younger Than Your Age

You live a healthy lifestyle and know how to take care of yourself.
You'll probably have a youthful glow for many years.

Your Spicy Score: Medium

You are hot enough to make a lasting impression, but you strike a balance.
You know when you're being too fiery, and you also know when to bump up the temperature.
Naughty and clever. Sexy yet down to earth. You know how to work both sides of your personality.
Men find you hot yet approachable - the perfect combination!

Friday, December 21, 2007


Is there any specific and particular definition for:


Old friend?


Best friend?

Fake friend?

Real friend?

What is the different between friend and best friend?

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Indonesia scurries to fix blunder in new campaign

News taken from The Sidney Morning Herald

A grammatical error in
Indonesia's new 2008 tourism campaign - splashed across aeroplanes and television advertisements - is to be fixed, a tourism ministry official said Wednesday.

The new slogan of the "Visit Indonesia 2008" campaign reads: "Celebrating 100 years of nation's awakening." "Nation's", in correct English, should read either "national" or be preceded by a definite article.

The awkward phrase is already plastered across the flagship carrier Garuda Indonesia's A330 planes - which were inaugurated by the tourism minister Jero Wacik last week - and appears on websites and in a TV advertisement.

Ministry officials were not immediately available for comment.

But an emailed message asking about the mistake received this response from Khrisnamurti, the ministry website's content administrator: "We have now been made fully aware of the English-language grammatical mistake in the VIY2008 logo and it will be rectified immediately."

The 1908 event referred to in the slogan was the founding by medical students of "Boedi Oetomo", or "Noble Endeavour," the first nationalist group in the then Dutch-ruled colony - a fact few foreigners would know.

Indonesia declared independence in 1945.

The campaign comes as Indonesia struggles to attract tourists relative to its Southeast Asian neighbours. The archipelago nation, which has endured a series of terror bombings, natural disasters and health scares, recorded a 2.38 per cent drop in foreign tourist arrivals to four million in 2006.

Neighbouring Malaysia attracted nearly 18 million the same year while Thailand lured nearly 14 million.

Indonesia boasts an array of attractions and varied cultures across its 17,000 islands, but the focal point of tourism remains the Hindu enclave of Bali.

Maybe the tourism board should hire English native to avoid this kind of thing. Such a waste of time and money to re-do all the materials, and it's embarrassing as well.

Friday, December 14, 2007

Just want to know...

What makes a person is a better person/ human being than others?

Thursday, December 06, 2007


The action of being unfaithful to one's sexual partner

Is it belong to men only?

Is it a need? Because you can't spend your life with only one partner.

Is it the latest trend?

Is it a lifestyle?

Is it a fun thing to do?

Why do people doing it?

Why do people keep doing it?

What makes them keep doing it?

If the Lust turned out to be Love, is it still infidelity?

The right thing to say

Had YM conversation at 1 am with my ex colleague, she informed me that she's single again...

Another divorce story from someone I know.

Honestly, I don't know how to react when I heard the news, and I just said politely "I'm sorry to hear that, are you Ok?"

If you hear the news about someone passed away, you probably will say condolence "I'm sorry and bla bla bla bla....", you will said it instantly without any hesitation or thinking hard what to say.

But if you hear someone just divorced what is the right thing to say?

Maybe the right thing to say is sorry but what if the divorce debutante doesn't feel sorry at all, maybe they feel relieved or free or even happier with the new situation.

Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Corruption around us

I’ve heard a lot about these kinds of stories, and I finally hear it again from the 1st person.

Last Friday, a friend of mine just came back from Korea and when she check in at the custom & immigrations there’s a guy asking for money under the table, the guy asks for USD, when my friend said she doesn’t have USD, the guy said he accepts Korean money as well… in fact, he accepts any amount of money she has, oh dear…

My friend insisted that she doesn’t have any cash as she just landed, but the guy keeps asking for money. And when the guy check out her passport, the guy’s face blushed with embarrassment, because my friend has diplomatic VISA on her passport as her husband is one of many diplomats who works in Indonesia.

And fortunately not for long, the husband came along with his magic card (diplomatic pass) to pick up his wife. That guy is so busted!

So the story spreads to all of her husband’s colleagues (embassy people). And being Indonesian, I am so ashamed of what that guy did.

Airport is like the face of the country, the part you will see first before you see the rest of the country.

I’m sure, there are corruptions in each country, but at least they play it smartly, not asking for money to all the foreigners/visitor who just landed.

Wondering when people will change....