GLOCCOVNAA is an abbreviation for 'Great Life of Conflict, Climax or Virtually Nothing At All'. That was the long and ridiculous name I came out for my blog when I was 18 years old. Do click on the colourful icons on the right to check out different types of posts in this blog.

27 December, 2008

Mystery Of The Unknown: Commercials for Christians

This is really hillarious for people of all religion, especially Christians. Please dont be too paranoid watching this just after Christmas...

See that? That is exactly what Christianity has become after years of commercial evolution.

By the way, MERRY BELATED CHRISTMAS!!!

16 December, 2008

Musclés Dé Dansé: Victor or Loser

Everything has ended in college, it is time to tell who is the victor and the loser.
I can't really say I'm a victor but at least I did't lose at all.
South Australian Matriculation was a tough process.
And the product of the process comes out today.

17 December Wow!!! It is today...
SACE results finally out.
Adrenalin pumps high, like a boost of nitrous
TER 91.60 man...!!! Wow...
power up, 2 fast 2 furious
no drifting off the path, it's a death race...


lalanandaFRY

12 December, 2008

Mystery Of The Unknown: Eye On Malacca

There is actually no mystery, no suspense but just a few pictures of the Eye On Malaysia taken from Malacca city with a night setting. There seems to be very few pictures of the Eye in Malacca since it was only shifted in November and I would like to show some of the snapshots I took during my trip.

<This is the Eye on Malaysia in Malacca, a spectacular view captured with only a 2.0 megapixel camera phone.

This is another > closer view of the Eye but was taken a little later, so the background is darker and creates a luminating Eye feel with a slight light distortion from the moonlight on the top left-hand corner.



                                                                                               

Of course Malacca is not just about the Eye, there are also many delicacies not found in any other parts of Malaysia (even if there are, nothing is as good as the original).

Can you see the number of people waiting to enter the shop? You must be thinking "what are they waiting for?". If you look closely at the picture, there are gas tanks under every table. There are only two unrelated S-words to describe this meal, Soup & Stick.

I know Malaccans will be shouting out the answer by now, for non-malaccans, (sound of drums) I present to you, Satay Celup.

This dish is certainly very interesting and entertaining because it has a fusion of food cultures, the Malay Satay and Malaysian Chinese Lok-lok. The boiling hot water in lok-lok is replaced by delicious satay nut sauce which adds on to the taste of anything dunked into the pot. I'm not sure whether every shop has the same ingredients but Restoran Capitol in Malacca uses not only nuts but chicken serunding(meat floss) for their soup.

Like every lok-lok and satay shop, food are arranged with sticks so that they are convenient for serving.

This post is not about food or the Eye of Malaysia, it is about my visit to Malacca, but as a food lover, I tend get too excited...

05 December, 2008

Mystery Of The Unknown: Octo-meal

Just a few weeks ago, I had a trip to Penang as part of my post-trauma relieve treatment. It may sound very astonishing but it is just a holiday. The journey to Penang was not very long, but it was fun to drive there while speeding the car to a cruising speed of 110km/h. That surely isn't the important part of the journey, the main attraction was what I would call as the "Octo-meal" from a famous Restoran NT Cheang Kee in Nibong Tebal, Penang. WOW...

For starters, the Octo-meal is simple meal served with a dish which consist only with octopus.

Does it look tasty to you? This dish is surprisingly delicious if u would ask me. Of course this octo-meal must be endeavoured with chili sauce sprinkled with grounded nuts. Oh! Don't worry! It isn't moving. Spectacular...

Other than octopus, this restaurant is most famous for their seafood porridge, namely crab and fish porridge. And honestly speaking, this porridge is the second best porridge I have enjoyed in my life (the best is my mom's).Above is the yummy-licious crab porridge... See those white freshy crab meat above the tasty soup!  That will prove the amount of delicious ingredients in it And this is the fish porridge. For those who do not like spring onion (like me), don't bother about it because the soup is so tasty you won't even notice it

As a KL-ian, I also got to express my love for Pork (no offence to Muslims) by indulging myself in the simplest Pork dish ever, Eu Chai Shio Bak (Hokkien for fried vegetables with barbecue pork).Are you feeling hungry now? I'm actually really hungry as I'm writing this. If you wanna visit this restaurant to get a bite, here is the address:

No. 60 & 62, Jalan Besar, Air Lintas, Taman Merbah, 14300, Nibong Tebal, Pulau Pinang

Tel: 04-5943728

That's all Folks, maybe I'll drop in another food post next time

lalanandaFRY 5/12/08

01 December, 2008

Mystery Of The Unknown: Rel-uh-tiv-i-tee

When everyone is tall, there is no tall
When everyone is small, there is no small
When everyone is rich, there is no rich
When everyone is smart, there is no smart
Book Of Relativity
by lalanandaFRY


Why shall thou beest above?
Why am I here?
Why shan't I fly?
Why will thou mournst me?
Book Of Relativity
by lalanandaFRY

Who can utter the differences between an ivory tower and an ebony slum?
Book Of Relativity
by lalanandaFRY

11/12/08

29 October, 2008

Musclés Dé Dansé: Fin de Jour

Just like every important day, there is always an end.

Just like every movie, there is always a credit.

Just like every song, there is always a concluding line.

Well, this is the end of the sentence...

The end of the long dance

The Musclés Dé Dansé

Sorry Guys...!!!

I know I missed prom night

I missed the last precious moments with the lovely S2

But I think I have enough memories to last a life time

Once again, the time of my life!!!

29 September, 2008

Musclés Dé Dansé: Triumph in Trial

It is over, the Trial examination is past tense to me, yet I feel the sense of fear and misery...

From nightmares to sweetdreams, nothing is as real as the hours in the examination hall. I can still feel the tense atmosphere which comes with shivering temperatures hugging my skin. My pen's wobble would signify my boiling brain and gushing bloodflow while my swollened eyes would signify the sore of boredem from books. Is there a saviour when I need it?

Sometimes difficult times can be stopped by a change in pace. A short break in the critical times could make ends meet... somehow. It is like a detour but this longer route may take you to the destination faster than expected. I'm not sure whether it works with everyone but it works for me. It is as simple as taking a stroll from the examination hall, visit the washroom, or even closing both eyes.

Although this harsh period only lasted five days, I have felt the love from the people around me notably my parents and classmates. I cannot predict the events of the coming Final examination but I could only hope that the love can act as motivation, as fuel for me to strive on.

I have been pondering with questions of my life, 'Why am I still living?' 'What is the meaning of my life?' and I thought to myself again, 'Why am I still asking these foolish questions?'. Life is meaningful not because of any supernatural being, not because of the uncertain future, not because of the 'past tense' but the people around me. The love and care, the knowledge, the luxury they intend to share that makes my life worth living.

Thank You Everyone...!!! for all you have done for me

lalanandaFRY

08 September, 2008

Musclés Dé Dansé: WCW! you are my idol!!!

This post is dedicated to the best columnist I know, Mr Wong Chun Wai. Jis newest article entitled 'Nation Built on Toil of all races' was posted in the September 7th issue of The Star newspaper and has made me realise the condition of my country today. I salute him for his great contents and his courage to pursue the true meaning of racial harmory.

Nation Built on Toil of all races
ON THE BEAT
By WONG CHUN WAI

The contribution of each race must be recognised and appreciated.

IT’S hardly convincing. More than 10 days after the controversy over Datuk Ahmad Ismail’s racist remarks, the Bukit Bendera Umno chief has finally appeared to give his side of the story.

He has not only refused to apologise but has remained defiant and has instead demanded an apology from Sin Chew Daily, which reported his remark, attacking the newspaper for “manipulating” his speech on Aug 23.

Ahmad has admitted that he made the remark that the Chinese were squatters in the country but within the pre-Merdeka context.

The newspaper, he charged, had instead turned the remark into a racial and sensitive issue.

The Penang politician’s reply smacks of arrogance. If the newspaper had indeed misreported his remark, then he should have demanded a correction and an apology to be made immediately.

The question is: Why did he do a disappearing act?

Even Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said he could not reach him, like so many other reporters who were seeking his reply.

In short, he was given a chance to make a rebuttal but he did not use it. Instead, he decided to take his time to come up with a defence and allowed the issue to drag on. In the process, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak had to apologise on his behalf.

Sorry issue

Najib has been magnanimous in making the apology on Ahmad’s and Umno’s behalf, but his act is appreciated by his fellow Barisan Nasional component leaders. The apology was supported by Pak Lah the next day, reflecting their maturity and wish to end the issue.

But the apology by the two leaders was unnecessary, as the matter involves a small-time politician and it should just be confined to that level.

A simple apology from him would have sufficed and would have prevented the widening of the issue.

As the saying goes, “To err is human, to forgive, divine.”

It takes a man to apologise and, certainly, in the eyes of many politicians now, Ahmad is hardly one. Perception is everything in politics but we are sure he would not want to be remembered as a racist, even if he says he is not one.

Assuming that his remark was wrongly reported, his reply and mannerism, as seen on television, would not earn him much forgiveness. In fact, it was a case of poor public relations.

He has said that he was away in Bangkok attending a sepak takraw tournament, but surely he could have answered all the allegations from there. Surely he doesn’t need a pigeon to send his statement.

Yes, the Chinese were immigrants but so were most other Malaysians, including many Umno leaders and former prime ministers whose ancestry can be traced to India, Pakistan, Yemen, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Thailand, China and even Turkey.

A certain former mentri besar is a second-generation Malaysian: his parents came from Indonesia, but he made it to be the leader of a state. That’s good because Malaysia is a land of opportunity.

Many Umno politicians, especially from Penang, have ancestors from India but there is no reason to question that. They are surely not pendatang and it shouldn’t be an issue at all.

If we have to dwell on immigration, we should be celebrating it, not making it a reminder for patronage. Malaysia is a land of diversity, and that’s an asset.

As we celebrate the country’s 51st anniversary, let us remind the likes of Ahmad Ismail that this country is built on the blood, sweat and tears of all communities, not just one race.

Thanks to the political maturity, wisdom and skills of the Malays, the country has remained stable and peaceful. It was, and still is, the Malays who protected this country as soldiers and policemen. As administrators, they have done a superb job.

The Chinese contribution through the tin mining industry built the country’s economy and their entrepreneurial skills strengthened the many financial institutions.

The Indians, especially Tamils, worked in the rubber estates, a main pillar of Malaysia’s economy.

Correct perspective

Without each of these components, Malaysia would have been nothing, and the contribution of each race must be recognised and appreciated.

And remember also that there would have been no Malaysia without Sabah and Sarawak. They did not join Malaysia; they helped to make up Malaysia. Never forget, so we can get our history facts correct.

If we wish to talk about history, then this would perhaps put the perspective right in a more rational and mature manner.

A decade or two from now, our politicians would need to win the votes of Malaysians with ancestry from Myanmar, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Vietnam and Cambodia, as this would be the eventual price for bringing in foreign workers.

It’s very much like the American politicians having to count on the votes of the Hispanic and Latino voters.

Whatever our colour, language and religion, we are the same. Don’t let the politicians tell us otherwise as there are only two kinds of people – the good and the bad.

lalanandaFRY
8/9/08

31 August, 2008

Haiyo...Another Tag by an old friend

Name : lalanandaFRY (i can't tell too much)
Sisters : none
Brothers : none
Shoe size :8-9
Height : 160-163cm (i know, very short)

Where do you live : Bukit Jalil, near the National Stadium
What's your favourite drink : Iced Coffee
What's your favourite food: Bak Kut Teh (actually almost every dish with pork)

Have you ever been on a plane : yes
Swam in the ocean : yes
Fallen asleep at school : yes (i was sick at that moment)
Broken someone's heart : yes (my parents)
Fell of your chair : yes (damn malu...lolz)
Sat by the phone all night waiting for someone to call : no
Saved e-mails : i don't save e-mails, i seldom delete them anyway
What's your room like : kinda big and messy
What's right beside you : my bed
What is the last thing you ate : beef noodle
Ever had the chicken pox : no (immune to it)
Sore throat : yes
Stiches : no
Broken nose : no
Do you believe in love at first sight : i can except
Like picnics : yes
Who was the last person you danced with : Tian Hui, Vincent, Han Chuen (not gay party lah...its for class profile)
Last made you smile : My mom
You last yelled at : that was a long time ago

Today did you :
Talk to someone you like : sure, i like everyone
Kissed anyone : no
Get sick : No
Talk to an ex : no ex, so NO
Miss someone : Everyday
Eat : dinner will be served soon
Best feeling in the world : dunno yet
Do you sleep with stuffed animals : no, i'm not a kid anymore!!!
What's under your bed : the floor
Who do you truly hate : hating is bad, i don't hate anyone, i dislike...heehee
What is the time now : 1820

Random
Is there a person in your mind right now : sure, myself...lolz
Do you have any sublings : no
Do you want children : that is fine with me, but only 1 or 2
Do you smile often : yes, i grine a lot
Do you like your hand-writting : No, alphabets are stucked together
Whose bed other than yours would you rather sleep in : i don't sleep on a bed, i sleep on the floor
What were you doing at 7 p.m. yesterday : Preparing Physics presentation
I can't wait till : SAM ends
When did you cry last : last year
Are you a friendly person : not really
Do you have any pets : No
Where is the person you have feelings for right now : dunno
Did the last person you held hands with mean anything to you now : no, i was forced to dance with an anonymous girl during a camp
Did you sleep with the tv on : once or twice
What are you doing right now : tagging
Have you ever crawled through a window : ya, when i was 3 years old
Can you handle the truth : why not
Are you too forgiving : only when things don't affect me
Are you closer to your mother or father : mom..no..dad...both la
Who was the last person you cried in front of : i cry in front of my mirror all the time
How many people can you say you really loved : 15+
Do you eat healthily? : try to
Do you still have pictures of you and your ex : No ex, no picture
Have you ever cried because of something someone said to you?: no
If you're having a bad day, who are you most likely to go to?: my parents
Are you loud or quiet most of the time?: middle
Are you confident?: definitely not

5 things I was doing 10 years ago:
(i) play play in primary school
(ii) watch Power Rangers every Saturday
(iii) playing Ji Gu Ba with friends
(iv) complain to parents about classmates bullying me
(v) eat lots of food

5 things on my to-do list today:
(i) Finish up my Physics assignment
(ii) read up about IELTS
(iii) listen to music with Youtube (i seldom watch MVs)
(iv) Finish this tag (doing)
(v) sleep

5 snacks I enjoy:
(i) Cheezles
(ii) Chocolate bars
(iii) Pringles
(iv) Pillow shaped chips
(v) CNY cookies

5 things I would do if I were a billionaire:
(i) keep 80% in FD (can get like Rm24mil of interest per annum)
(ii) give the 20% + monthly RM10mil to my parents
(iii) keep my fortune a secret (if not i sure kena robbed)
(iv) marry a wife (who doesn't marry me for money) and have a kid
(v) collect my unused monthly interest for further investment [i feel greedy]

5 of my bad habits:
(i) easily distracted by everything
(ii) eat too much
(iii) think n read too slowly
(iv) Laziness
(v) kinda dumb n continue to be that

5 people to tag:
(i) Riz
(ii) May Hwa
(iii) Yoong Jian
(iv) Shaun
(v) Chi Ping

22 August, 2008

I've Been Tagged!!!

Hey Riz! Since you've tagged me, here goes...

A) Google Image Search with your answer, take a picture from the 1st page of results, do it with minimal words of explanation

b) Tag 5 people to do the same once you've finish answering every question

1. The age you'll be on your next birthday :

okay...i will hav the freedom to smoke, watch porn, enter pubs (although i won't)

2. Place you want to travel to :

although i hav been to Beijing b4 when i was 11, i really want to go there again...

3. Your fav place :

definitely my whole house... i won't choose which part cos i like the whole thing

4. You fav food :

to all Muslims, don't be offended, lolz... i really like Klang Bak Kut Teh...haha

5. Your fav pet :
actually i only hav 1 pet in my life, a fighting fish. But it dead like 7 years ago, and since then I haven't got the guts to get a new pet. (probably cos i can't even take care of myself)

6. Fav colour combination :

not Black or White, it is Black and white like this blog

7. Fav piece of clothing :

for your information, i don't really fancy clothes very much, but i love my Levi jeans

8. Your all time fav song :

背叛, the song by Malaysian singer/songwriter Gary 曹格

9. Fav TV show :

i don't really watch TV that much, but i will always love a 30minute break from my book with The Simpsons

10. First name of your significant other / crush :
heeeheeeheee....can't say for now (private)

11. Which town do you live in :

Bukit Jalil, fondly known for the large sports complex which housed the 1998 Commonwealth Games

12. Your screen / nickname :
風暴 WindCyclone nandaFRY, lalanandaFRY or just nandafry

13. Your first job :
i'm not working yet, still a college student

14. Your dream job :

see the guy on the right, i want to be like him.
(no, not pikat old lady, i wanna be pharmacist)

15. One bad habit that you have :

i just eat, eat, eat and eat when stuff are tasty...hmmm

16. Worst fear :

do something halfway and can't continue

17. Things you like to do before you die :
my list will be extremely long. lets see... pass all my test, eat every variety of food in the world, travel to big cities, earn lots of cash, marry a beautiful wife, get a decent job, buy a decent house, have a kid, get a car, .....

18. The first thing you'll buy if you get $1,000 000 :
dunno leh! car, house, clothes, watch, shoes, food? I don't think i will spend that money on any stuff yet, cos i hav everything i need at the moment.

And finally, I tag :

1. Shaun
2. Baezil
3. May Hwa
4. Ivan
5. Yoong Jian

16 August, 2008

Musclés Dé Dansé: La douleur dans l'âne

This title is kinda rude, so I wouldn't want to translate it too much. Just know that it starts with 'Pain in the .....'. I am really stressing up these days. Trials is around the corner, 3 common tests have just passed but results are not satisfactory. Allthough there are no test at the moment, I still can feel the douleur dans l'âne.

My parents seriously want me to enter a recognised university and after lots of enquiries, I found out that there are many requirements that I have not met (another douleur dans l'âne). English must be good to enter universities, and that is one of my problems. Why is IELTS needed? Why didn't I find out earlier? Now it is almost the end of August, just a few more weeks and I will be sitting for my trials. Fortunately I got a place in the next earliest test date that doesn't clash with any important examinations.

Well, that is not end yet. Just a week after the IELTS, there will be Direct Investigation for Maths and Spec Maths (Double Trouble). Spec Math teacher Ms Lee even said that we were not allowed to bring in any formula sheets, that means I have to rely on my horrible memory... I think I have finally got the taste of college life at this point that I can only use 3 words to describe, douleur dans l'âne

09 August, 2008

Musclés Dé Dansé: Getting back at Myself

Why does everything I want to show turn out sour
Why does everyone turn out better
Why does everything I want to be becomes lower
Why does everyone turn away

How can I learn to savor vast knowledge
How can my knife turn sharp
How can I share my deep feelings with others
How can my inner words cut

Who will tell me my deepest thoughts
Who may bleach my blood
Who will help me get back at myself
Who may brighten the next day

When can I get a reflection of myself
When can I witness my pain
When can I make life simple for myself
When can I express my sane

What is in this world I live in
What are they laughing at
What is my problem with life
What are tears in winter

Where have my heart loiter
Where should I lose my humility
Where have success gone
Where should I correct my wrongdoings

HELP ME...!!! I am in my darkest time in life so far. Olympic has started, pumping heart has started, but happiness has ended, leaving behind the debris, the remains of ME

lalanandaFRY

27 July, 2008

Musclés Dé Dansé: la transformation dans l'université

Recently, I felt myself transforming in college tremendously in terms of emotion, maturity and behaviour. I'm not implying that it is a good transformation, in fact it is the exact opposite.

This morning, I read a 'joke' on the newspaper that made me think about my change in college. Let me translate it for you.

TEST TO IDENTIFY SENIORITY OF STUDENTS IN COLLEGE
Student 1: New guy
Student 2: In college for 3 months
Student 3: In college for 6 months
Student 4: Last month in college

1. Canteen test: fly is placed into bowls of noodles and is given to these 4 students
student 1: OMG!!! there is a fly in my food, I better not complain or they will think I'm fussy
student 2: I can't take it, I must complain this time...
student 3: (take fly out and continue eating)
student 4: (eat noodle and fly together)

2. Examination notice test: announcement is made to tell these 4 students about a coming exam
student 1: [2 weeks before exam] I should start studying for this exam
student 2: [1 week before exam] So fast another exam, gotta get better results than the last one
student 3: [night before exam] Nevermine, I still can burn midnight oil for tomorrow's exam
student 4: [1 day after exam] What??? I missed the exam?

3. Sunday night test: ask these 4 students about their feelings
student 1: Gotta sleep early, don't bug me anymore...zzz
student 2: Is this a survey? nice! I can't wait to meet my classmates tomorrow...zzz
student 3: Very simple one word answer, boring...zzz
student 4: Huhhh...zzz

4. Attire test: ask these 4 students to make a style analysis
student 1: No more uniform...yay!!!
student 2: College is like a runway, students are like models cum designers
student 3: Didn't really observe, all the same boring stuff nowadays
student 4: Girls wear less and less cloth, guys wear pants that either get longer or shorter

25 July, 2008

Musclés Dé Dansé: Over My Head

Life is not as it was when I left it
Every second in my life not lit
Where none of my expectations meet
Over my head, I'm off my beat

Life has lost it's essence in me
Like a puff dripping off it's zest
Like a guitar losing it's strings
Over my head, I'm off my feet

I'm swimming in my own tears of remorse
Weeping my eyes out of my grieving face
Losing my breath in a world I once know
Over my head, I'm off my seat



Char black hair on my head turn white
Dark red blood gushing out in grey
Like blue waves storming the beach so green
Over my head, I'm off my fleet

Kill them all my young apprentice
Kill those men who lost their bliss
Kill these damned to regain peace
Over my head, I'm off the heat

When life hit the bottom end
Ain't gonna float like submarines
Cos' sea gets deep as tears pour down
Over my head, I'm off to rid

22 July, 2008

Musclés Dé Dansé: La Force Pour Habiter Parte II

"But who you are, the part of you that's so full of life... we all have that feeling, that fire... but we usually never get a chance to use it. And then it just goes away. But you can. You've got this opportunity, so do it. Why not? I mean, this is who you are. This is who you'll always be. And you don't move aside for nobody until you're ready to move. And it doesn't matter how this looks to other people. All that matters is how it looks to you. And if this is something that you wanna do... and this is something that you gotta do, then you do it... Fighters fight!!!"
Another quote adapted from Sylvester Stallone's 2007 movie, Rocky Balboa

lalanandaFRY
22/7/08

18 July, 2008

Musclés Dé Dansé: Effort D'université Parte II

I shall continue from parte I with the updates of pass few months. The journey continues...

Things haven't change much through time
English makes me think 'bout crime
Salmon Steak doesn't serve lime
Hey, I'm not a mime

Used to have lunch at market
Now eat nasi in packet
Kena 'za dou' cos' no bracket
See, I ain't no jacket

The van I told you change to bus
Big and heavy still can pass
Don't have anymore disgust
Great, I'm almost last

Class and I are now friends
Do this do that hand in hands
Although still have small small clans
Go, ladies and gents

Although exam now no fails
I'm still always not on rails
Getting very near to tails
Sleep, it's a bed of nails

Haiyo so many common test
August busier than the rest
Still can't manage all my mess
Help, really very stress

Time fly faster than superman
Mind spin faster than a fan
Test test until dunno when
So, cannot still must say can

Faster come lah November
Handphone filled with test calendar
Sometimes want to surrender
Haiz.., there's nothing better

If you compare this post with parte I, you would notice the obvious change in character and environment. Everyday in college is an exciting adventure that gives me a slight sensation of fear of the unknown future.

lalanandaFRY
21/7/08

14 June, 2008

祝你愉快

曹格的背叛为马来西亚人增光.我利用了背叛的音乐改成‘祝你愉快’.



心 不轻易放开
我 一定会等待
你就像鲜花纯洁
星光照亮全世界
想 一个人
不分 季节

猜 爱情在不在
说 怎么让深黑变白
度过快乐一瞬间
愿望都可以实现
若 有明天
何必 永远

晶晶亮丽的星如何坠下来
只好拍拍胸口慢慢地离开
不可能会让你幸福和愉快
那寂寞的女孩
私事不能更改
听听这心如何为你停下来
你是我的人生唯一的例外
谢你为我找出生命的精彩
祝你美好未来

爱 永远在心怀
情 还有什么更奇怪
每当想起你的脸
冰冻快乐的从前
多 一千年
一成不变

晶晶亮丽的星如何坠下来
只好拍拍胸口慢慢地离开
不可能会让你幸福和愉快
那寂寞的女孩
私事不能更改
听听这心如何为你停下来
你是我的人生唯一的例外
谢你为我找出生命的精彩
祝你美好未来

晶晶亮丽的星如何坠下来
只好拍拍胸口慢慢地离开
不可能会让你幸福和愉快
那寂寞的女孩
私事不能更改
听听这心如何为你停下来
你是我的人生的例外
谢你为我找出生命的精彩
祝你美好未来
祝你美满愉快


lalanandaFRY
14/6/08

13 June, 2008

Language Lesson 1: Introduction to Engrish

In many countries in the world, there are many variants of the English language that had mixed with local languages to form unique combinations.

Singapore : Singlish
Malaysia : Manglish
China : Chinglish
Thailand : Tinglish
Japan : Japlish
Korea : Konglish

All these Asian variants are grouped into a general term called ‘Engrish’ due to the ‘probrem’ with the letters ‘r’ and ‘l’. Because of all these wide ‘variety’ of variants, I shall ‘show off’ some of the language Malaysians and Singaporeans have in common.

Good English – GE
Variants – SE (Special English)

GE: Can everyone please keep quiet?
SE: Shut up lah!!!

GE: (In School) May I excuse myself to the washroom?
SE: Teacher…Toilet...!

GE: That box is mine.
SE: That box my wan!

GE: Excuse me, mister/miss!
SE: Oi…

GE: Can you show me your method?
SE: How ah?

GE: Here are your books.
SE: Nah...!

GE: What happened?
SE: Why like that wan?

GE: I do not know what is happening.
SE: Dunno lah...!

GE: I beg your pardon.
SE: Huh...?

GE: Thank you for your assistance.
SE: Tankiu ah!

GE: My luck is not good today.
SE: Walauweh! Damn Kanasai today!

GE: Can I get a lift from you?
SE: Tumpang your can ar?

GE: Please do not be a show off, aren’t you embarrassed of it?
SE: You so aiksy for what? Not paiseh ah?

lalanandaFRY
13/6/08

19 May, 2008

Musclés Dé Dansé: La Force Pour Habiter

The phrase 'La Force Pour Habiter' means 'the strength to live' in English.

"The world ain't all sunshine and rainbows. It's a very mean and nasty place... and I don´t care how tough you are, it will beat you to your knees and keep you there permanently, if you let it. You, me or nobody, is gonna hit as hard as life. But ain't about how hard you hit... It's about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward... how much you can take, and keep moving forward. That´s how winning is done. Now, if you know what you worth, go out and get what you worth. But you gotta be willing to take the hits. And not pointing fingers saying 'You ain´t what you wanna be because of him or her or anybody.' Cowards do that and that ain´t you! You´re better than that!"
Adapted from Sylvester Stallone's 2007 movie, Rocky Balboa

lalanandaFRY
13/6/08

24 March, 2008

Musclés Dé Dansé: Quand la mort vous appelle

Quad la mort vous appelle is french for 'When Death Calls YOU'!!! Be cool after a long day of stress.

This is a true story of a young college girl who past away last year, at Shah Alam. Her name is Priya. She was hit by a lorry while going home. I don’t want to mention the name of the college.

She had a boy friend named Shankar. He stays in Johor. Both of them are true lovers. They are always on the phone to each other. You can never see her without her handphone, which Shankar bought for her. She spends 3/4 of the day talking with Shankar. Priya’s family knows about their relationship. Shankar is very close with Priya’s family. (Can you imagine their love?) Before she passed away she always told her friends, as well as her parents, “If I pass away please cremate me with my handphone”…

After her death, people couldn’t carry her coffin. I was there. A lot of them tried to do so but still could not carry it. Everybody, including me, had tried to carry her coffin, the result was still the same- it could not be carried. Eventually, they called their neighbor, a “bomoh” from Thailand (Pak Darin), who is a friend of Priya’s father. He sat down near the coffin and started speaking to himself slowly. After a few minutes, he said..

“This girl misses something here”. Then her friends told Pak Darin about her wish to cremate her with her phone. He then opened the coffin and placed her phone and SIM card inside the casket. After that, they tried to carry the coffin. It could now be moved and they carried it into the van easily. All of us were shocked. Priya’s parents didn’t inform Shankar that Priya had passed away. After 2 weeks Shankar called Priya’s mom. Shankar: “Atte, I’m coming home today, please cook something nice for me. Don’t tell Priya that I’m coming home today. I wanna surprise her.” Priya’s mother replied: “You come home first, I want to tell something very important to you.” After he came to Shah Alam, they told him the truth about Priya. Shankar thinks that they were playing the fool. He was laughing and said “Don’t try to fool me. Please tell Priya to come out. I have a gift for her. Please stop this nonsense”.

Then they showed him the original death certificate to him. They gave him this as a proof to make him believe. (Shankar started to sweat) He said.. “It’s not true, we spoke yesterday. She still calls me.” Shankar was shaking with fear by now.. suddenly, Shankar’s phone rang.

“Ai-ya-ya!! See, this is from Priya, see this…it’s her hand phone number” He showed the phone to Priya’s family. All of them told him to answer.

He talked using the loudspeaker mode…..all of them could hear his conversation. Loud and clear…no cross lines, no humming. It is the actual voice of Priya’s & there was no way others could use her SIM card since it is nailed inside the coffin. They were so shocked and asked for Pak Darin’s help again.

Pak Darin brought his master (Tok Chen) to solve this matter. He & Pak Darin worked for 5 hours…then they discovered one thing!!!

CELCOM has the fastest network, the widest coverage, best rates and service, the power is in your hands even six-feet-under!!!

Thanks Jegan!
lalanandaFRY

10 March, 2008

Musclés Dé Dansé: Effort D'université

The Musclés Dé Dansé is a new series of posts starting with this post, Effort D'université. The French name can be translated as ‘The Dancing Muscles’ in English that symbolizes the continuous usage of muscles that comes from the Effort D'université, college stress. The whole series will be something like a college diary about college life.

Used to be home by three
Now I never get free
Everyone seems to agree
Student, I’ll be a dead tree

Work keeps coming until I don’t know time
I hardly can make this darned thing rhyme
Ain’t no bell and no chime
Getting killed, I’ll say I’m

Death maths takes away biology
Failure bring in psychology
Plenty more of anthropology
Parents, I’ll owe an apology

Exploration is fun with food
Nothing is better when meals are good
Teachers do change the mood
Patience, I’ll not be rude

Vans aren’t safe with my driver
Bile flows back into my liver
It’ll soon be over
Swing, I’ll get a fever

Memory losing into the red
Showing bright in my grade
Can’t remember to even sit straight
Concentrate, I’ll not be afraid

Failing is never nice
Not a game with a dice
It’s like how we get rice
Mom, Dad, I’ll arise

That is all I have got to introduce in college. Transport, human relations and college grades is a nightmare in college.

lalanandaFRY

03 January, 2008

Mystery Of The Unknown: Stand Up

'Those who rely on crutches can never stand up, there is no easy way out of difficult situations'
Recipe of Champions 
By lalanandaFRY (Adapted from speech given by former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohammad)



‘Nobody is perfect, but if we stand up to the best, we will be as close to perfection as we could achieve’
Recipe of Champions 
By lalanandaFRY

‘Fall seven times and stand up eight, count seven times and fail all eight’
Recipe of Champions 
By lalanandaFRY (adapted from famous Japanese proverb)

‘Stand up for what is right even if you are standing alone, others will soon find out their mistake and correct it’
Recipe of Champions 
By lalanandaFRY (adapted from an famous unknown source)

‘It takes a great deal of courage to stand up to your enemies, but even more to stand up to your own weaknesses’
Recipe of Champions 
By lalanandaFRY (adapted from British fantasy author, J.K. Rowling’s quotation)

These quotations are just like many of the Entry To Hell posts that has a main theme that are elaborated through the use of modified quotations as well as some made by me. We should stand up to our fears, enemies and also views of others. This will give you a better view of my point of life in the quest towards the Mystery Of The Unknown.

lalanandaFRY