Monday, June 28, 2010

Top Five Reasons Why I Love Facebook

1. Friends that you barely know will invite you to go to their family’s events that probably hundred miles away from where you stay. People just invite everyone to everything.

Bro, you should come to my home this coming Monday. My mother has organized my birthday party and asked me to invite all my friends in facebook. Though we haven’t met before, I believe we can be best friends. By the way I stayed in Langkawi and it’s just 235 kilometers from where you are staying (hehe I noticed from your profile that you stayed in Puchong).

2. There are lots of considerate friends that will tell you what stages or levels they are now on their favorite games.

You should join Maria Mariana’s tribe on Boyfriend War. She has just killed another boyfriend by throwing her favorite stilettos to her boyfriend’s left kidney. She is now at her personal best, Level 2.

3. Sensitive friends with lots of empathy will help you to tag pictures of you doing almost anything. It feels good when my ex-girlfriends or bosses can see me stumbled over the edge of the carpet or had mayonnaise all over my favorite shirts at my work place. It feels really good. Thanks friends.

4. Very caring friends will also tag you on the pictures that have got nothing to do with you.

Hi love, I tagged this picture because the alligator really reminds me of you. Yours, Maya Karin

5. There are also very friendly friends that will follow you around facebook. You can always count on them on giving valuable comments on everything that you do. You should count yourself lucky to have them in your life.

OMG You are so funny man. Has anyone ever told you that? By the way, I totally agreed with what you just said. I believe you have done a lot of research and soul finding before you said those words. Bravo. You are the man.

And I have not touch about quizzes in facebook yet. They have lots of informative quizzes. One very good example, What kind of camel are you? Love it.

Monday, June 14, 2010

I wanna be a pink rose when I grow up.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Sofea Jane* is the new Black’s single. The new song has a great melody and lyrics but there is no single indication of Sofea Jane’s name been mentioned in the lyrics.

“This is something new,” said the husband that like Sofea Jane a little bit too much.

“What do you mean dear,” said the lovely wife.

“I will write one song and will give Siti Nurhaliza** the same privilege,” said the husband, “but I believe Datuk K will not fancy it and will do something to stop this nonsense.”

“He don’t have to do that dear,” said the wife.

“Why b?” the husband now felt that the wife has shielded some information from him.

“You better not my dear,” said the wife with her blouse’s sleeves now rolls up.

* Pan Asian artist that was so popular during 90s.

** Popular artist, married to Datuk K. Not a Pan Asian. Present Tense.

Wednesday, June 09, 2010

It’s hard to know exactly where to begin. But first let me briefly update you guys what’s been happening to me for the past three years.

My son, Ahmad Firdaus, now five-years old wants to be called Moshahi. I blamed Ultraman’s creator for this misconception. He always cracks jokes and has evolved to watch more mature programs on the TV. No more Thomas and Friends or Jim Jam Sunny and he choosed to watch Power Rangers or Ultraman Cosmos instead. Though the father never fancy men in thighs, he unfortunately has to move along with his son’s obsession.

I now got a daughter by the name of Farah Nuradlina. She looks exactly like her father and blessed with her mother’s attitudes. She is now 1 year-and-half and knows how to get her father’s attention. She will simply scream on top of her lungs or stay at one corner sulking for nothing. Her father simply adores her.

The missus is now pregnant and expected to delivered in three months time. Although her husband sincerely likes the Kardashian sisters for their huge talents, he also felt that his wife is the prettiest lady in Puchong.