Wednesday, May 28, 2008

The Making of Miloreo

This is how i blend ice for the living.If you wanna have one, please drop by Lembah Keramat.

Friday, May 16, 2008

I am a 'gangster'

When i was in form 3. The school thought that they should put all the delinquents into the same class. Unfortunately, i was thought to be one. It really was quite a disturbing episode of my schooling life. The class was called 3 Wawasan. It supposed to be like the one in the Gangster Paradise, but the only think missing was Michelle Pheifer. It was quite unruly. It was quite noisy even when the teacher is around. So i had the toughest time concentrating in class. When i broke down in class one day, they had finally realized that they made a mistake in setting up the special class. I was reinstated into a normal class and after mid term i was upgraded into the top class. But the damage had really taken its toll on me. I had low self esteem and i felt alienated. That year i got 4A's and 4b's for my PMR.

Thank Allah she's okay

With all the happenings around the world today, i could not help it to take a little pause reminiscing yesterday event. When i was a baby, i flew out the window and fell to the ground. I was okay then but when little Farzana did her stunt, i was ever thankful to Allah for all that He had bestowed upon me. It really was an eye opener indeed. We only have one life and that one life we shall cherish without any doubt. But we must always remember that our stint in this world is quite temporarily because the eternal life awaits when we leave this world. Heaven or hell, it is for Him to decide.

Am i the only one?

Sometimes i wonder if i 'm the only one who skates around the streets of Kuala Lumpur. I bought my first skateboard for RM 15, during my brief stint at the toys 'r' us back in 2001. I've been hooked ever since.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Close call

It was a close call yesterday when my niece went out through the door and walked straight into a bath tub. It really was just in the nick of time when we had realized she had went out alone, it seem that her older brother (Aidil) had left the door wide open. Grandma was under the impression that i had the baby with me while she was folding clothes and watching a sinetron. Her aunty (Ana) was in the kitchen. I was performing ablution in the bathroom, after that just as i was taking the prayer mat to pray, i noticed that she was not around. I asked my mum where she is? There were looks in our face of flabergastation when we saw the open door and the open gate outside. My mother initial reaction was to rush on to the street while i went straight to the bath tub that was priorly used. I saw my niece was already face first inside the tub. A rush of blood went through my veins as i quickly lifted her up. She was soaked but she was totally okay. Alhamdulillah nothing bad happened. It could have been worse if the tub was full (it was half full). We will never know if she had went out to the street. The moral of the the story is always be vigilant.

Sunday, May 11, 2008

A librarian?

I was not the ordinary librarian of library. I belonged in a selected group of students who had been assign to upkeep the audio visual room. Occasionally we did substituted the real librarians in the library. It really was a boring job. There was nothing much to do in the a/v room other than some sweepings, chairs realignment, feather dusting, inventorial works etc.

Sunday, May 4, 2008


24 hours convenient stores should be blame for the rise of binge drinking amongst the youths. They are making it too easy for anyone to buy alcohol. Even for the muslims. This surely could have adds up to the social problems such as pre-marital sex, gangsterism, 'rempit', breaking and entering, domestic violence et cetera. To make it more convenient for their paying customers, the plastic bags are not transparent so there is no qualm. The Muslims have the convenience of saving face by buying alcohol in the wee hours where there are not too many people around. We should put a stop to this. We should impose a ban on the selling of alcoholic drinks way past midnight. They should at least use transparent bags so people would have conscience on their actions. Let there be a bigger warning fully stating that alcohol consumption is strictly forbidden in Islam. Let us save our youths today from the damaging effects of alcohol in their life.