Saturday, March 29, 2008
Water Baptism


To all drivers, please be more vigilant and extra careful when you are on your way to the parking lot and even if you are starting up your car engine. Make sure you lock your car door first before you proceed on.

Just few days ago, my friend's mum was robbed inside of the car! The robber entered from the other side of the door with a knife and snatched the handbag and ran like a leopard. Sickening.

"Be smart, Act smart & Live smart." Woan, J 2007

Hint: Bring a toy gun wherever you go. It helps.


Last Sunday was Easter Sunday. It's such a significant occasion to all Christians where believers gather as one in their own denominations' churches to commemorate the resurrection of Christ. On the afternoon itself, there was a Water Baptism at Kampung Senggok. 45 minutes car ride from Kuching.

**Credits to Jerrick for the amazing snapshots below, nice skills indeed!**



As it is written in the Book of Matthew Chapter 3.

The Baptism of Jesus
13Then Jesus came from Galilee to the Jordan to be baptized by John. 14 But John tried to deter him, saying, "I need to be baptized by you, and do you come to me?"

15Jesus replied, "Let it be so now; it is proper for us to do this to fulfill all righteousness." Then John consented.

16As soon as Jesus was baptized, he went up out of the water. At that moment heaven was opened, and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and lighting on him. 17And a voice from heaven said, "This is my Son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased."



An International Brother





1 Peter 3:21

"... and this water symbolizes baptism that now saves you also—not the removal of dirt from the body but the pledge of a good conscience toward God. It saves you by the resurrection of Jesus Christ."


Wei Tat

Lastly, here's Soon!



Thousands of angels in Heaven rejoice when another soul enters into the His Kingdom.

**hands clapping**


I remember MY own baptism.

I couldn't attend the kid's session, so I had to get baptized with the adults instead.

But my baptism doesn't involve a river lar. Just water pouring past the forehead and Father Aeries making the sign of the cross on my forehead.

By Blogger saykhia, at Sunday, March 30, 2008 at 5:09:00 PM GMT+8  


Mine have water. I was not in Methodist church last time so I went through this. :)

By Blogger Ezekiel, at Monday, March 31, 2008 at 1:06:00 AM GMT+8  


Saturday, March 22, 2008
It's only Week 4


I just got back from Youth Service with the theme entitled "Zero to Hero". It's an awesome evening! Indeed, it's truly awe-inspiring to see how different homogeneous youths enjoy in celebrating, praising, worshiping, giving all the glory to the one and only Hero. I'm amazed.

More than 150 young and energetic people turned up. Wow!

Will definitely post about it when the pictures are with me. Chao!


If only i have more time ...

I would definitely stick my buttocks on the chair for the whole twenty-four-hour-period and settle down in front of the computer, no disturbance, no interruption, full concentration and devote myself in dwelling into blog sphere.

I do relish in blogging at all times. Edit my links. Create a new blog banner. Beautify my blog skin. Emend my template. In short, blogging is just so fulfilling.

For all that, i can only fantasize about these wanna-do things. Why? Cos' Johnson is still a full-time student, not a full-time blogger. Headache headache.

When my new semester has just started four weeks ago, this is when nightmare and stress begin to hunt me like those Ah Long chasing after me for money. True true. Although it is just the fourth week, our lecturers do show NO mercy to their students. Giving off tonnes of assignments and homeworks to their innocent students to complete and the due dates are ridiculously short.

Although i have been upgraded to Year 2 Semester 1, yet life in this new semester is patently getting tougher and busier each week. Scary. How am i going to survive for the next 11 weeks. Seeking help.

I'm taking Structures of Mechanics, Engineering Maths 3C, Topography Engineering and Computer-Aided Engineering. Sound kinda professional ho. But then, it's pressuring.

However, i do like Topography compare to the other three subjects. Kudos to Topography, it does make me feel more engineer-ish...


High Tech Compass

Topography Engineering is just so fun. It allows students to undertake field exercise and apply the survey theory in a practical manner. Which means we, students, get to play around with the equipments that real engineers are using during their work.


Total Station.

Looks cool, huh? My lecturer told us that the yellowish thingy costs around Rm20,000. I don't know how true it is, but one thing for sure, it's expensive and nice to play !


This yellowish Perodua Kancil gadget is super duper high-tech that none of us can actually master the exact usage. All i know is it's take measurement of the distance and bearing. Swallow knowledge you have, Johnson.~

Although this subject requires students to do their fieldwork under the hot and burning Sun, but at least it worths every single sweat that comes out from my skin. Don't worry, Johnson don't take umbrella during fieldwork, even though in times he's almost fully roasted.

Still, I couldn't break free from attending lectures. It's still a must must must.


That's my Structures of Mechanics' lecturer, Dr. Ha.

Till then, chao!


Haha. Nobody really dare to take pictures of lecturers at such a close range though.

By Blogger Eric, at Sunday, March 23, 2008 at 5:40:00 PM GMT+8  


Yea. I love surveying too. So fun. But I dislike it when we have to do the lab session under the hot sun. 12pm le... Make me look like charcoal for the 1 whole sem... But math is fun too. Enjoy it.

The Total Station is really expensive. The technician even ask us to shield the total station from the sun using umbrella. Haiz.

By Blogger pmp, at Monday, March 24, 2008 at 7:40:00 PM GMT+8  


eric: haha.. and u still have the guts to take that pic.. haha! With the loud camera's tone again~~

pmp: aIseh, your Total Station so "Feminine" de meh.. haha! At least, here in swinburne, our total stations are "well-trained" k.. lame

By Blogger Johnson, at Monday, March 24, 2008 at 8:30:00 PM GMT+8  


Haha.. we owes say we nid 1 more day.. Haha.. Eh, how come got my pic dere 1? oh my..

By Blogger ~Laura~, at Saturday, March 29, 2008 at 12:35:00 AM GMT+8  


Thursday, March 20, 2008
The capability of a Ring


There will be a Youth Service at my church on this coming Saturday evening 4-6pm. Gonna have International, Secondary, Tertiary, Medic and Indon's students gather and celebrate in one place. Targeting 200 youths!

Gonna be lots of fun!

Theme:"Zero 2 Hero"


I just ferret out the mystery of a beverage can. The Ring of the lid, of cause.


Do you know that by just pulling off the ring which is attached at the rivet and pile up as much rings as you can and sell it, you can actually earn 20 sen each! 20 sen for just a little thingy, that's a great worth! 1kg=Rm200!!

Fastest and easiest way to get rich.

Therefore, never ever underestimate the capability and usage of that teeny-weeny Ring. Who knows through collecting those rings, you might become prosperous or a multi-millionaire. stop dreaming laaa... Haiyo, miracles and sign & wonders do happen once in a while right? =P

If one of you get rich by reason of collecting these rings, please don't forget me and do share 50% of your wealth with me. Only 50%, not that much right? Thank you.


On the contrary, don't even try to think of using this ring as your wedding band during your wedding. Even though it's without charge.

Lame~~ -_-"


i know it worth money, but who can i sell this thing too?

By Blogger Mrcoolku, at Thursday, March 20, 2008 at 11:00:00 PM GMT+8  


coolku: you can sell it to the aluminum cans factory. =)

By Blogger Johnson, at Friday, March 21, 2008 at 10:42:00 AM GMT+8  


Monday, March 17, 2008
Genuine Laksa


"Those who want the next generation the most, will get it! " -Facing the Giants-


At last, I manage to successfully root out Kuching's Genuine Laksa. It's seriously hard to find authentic Laksa nowadays where people nowadays serve watery-gravy. Sick Sick.

As I have mentioned in my earlier post in regard to Kuching' Laksa, different places serve their own version of Laksa's tang.

Located behind Hock Lee center. Beside 20% Discount store. The owner of the stall drives a Gold Avanza. Bring your family, bring your friends, bring your relatives, bring your partners, bring your conquerors, bring everyone! Visit there!


Okay okay abubu, i know you wanna me to credit you for making known of this stall to me. Kudos kudos. **applause**

Even the stall's plate has already indicated the word, genuine. The owner must surely have lots of guts to brag of its flavour.

Be that as it may, they do serve good laksa!



It's Rm 3.50 for such a big big big bowl. Super extra prawns and meats. Reasonable. Affordable. Appetizing gravy. Alluring for sure. It's currently my favourite. I emphasize again, currently.

Prove to me if there's another that can triumph over this genuine Laksa! Wuahaha...

Indeed it's Laksalicous! Yum yum!


I regretted!!! For viewing your blog during lunch hour. Make me so hungry.

Your blog is so tempting. Full of food. We all know you like to eat. But never gain in weight... (wasting????)

By Blogger pmp, at Monday, March 17, 2008 at 12:46:00 PM GMT+8  


they use a gold unser..not avanza.

i never know how the heck u can comment on the gravy so much while u never even finish 1/2 of da laksa gravy everytime u eat laksa xP

like what aldrin laksa dun finish da gravy better dun eat laksa...jus order the bihun/mee without gravy enough. :D

By Blogger abubu, at Monday, March 17, 2008 at 6:54:00 PM GMT+8  


pmp: haha.. then next time i need to put warning siren before allowing my readers to come in.. haha! This is my special gift, eat lots and maintain my body well..envy? =P

Abubu: wad la.. i strongly disagree. The Gravy is supposed to enhance the taste. Not a must to finish the gravy eh... it helps to blend the tang of the noodles... Wuahaha..

By Blogger Johnson, at Monday, March 17, 2008 at 11:57:00 PM GMT+8  


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By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wednesday, March 19, 2008 at 6:27:00 AM GMT+8  


Hey Johnson, the second time we went there, their gravy became hot water curry.. It seems that they can hardly maintain their gravy standard.. I'l rate that DOWN! Laksa without gravy is Bihun soup only bah...

Btw, you'v got the auto-commnet above me. I got one too. They wrote the same thing to every blog... My courtesy was wasted..

By Blogger Ezekiel, at Saturday, March 22, 2008 at 5:23:00 PM GMT+8  


Friday, March 14, 2008
Laser Tag vs. CounterStrike


Certainly the election has just ended, but the drama has just started. Stay tuned.

When biblical prophecy came to past, it's abit scary though.. Yet with every single word that is precisely fulfilled, it's alarming!

Malaysia will soon undergo a tremendous change.


It's fun! It's exciting! It's challenging! It's tempting! It's stimulating! It's action-packed! It's all just so cool! It's just the everything. Desperate enough to know what's "it"?

CounterStrike! Of cause! (Don't cheh arr.....)

I'm pretty sure that everyone knows about this well known game, CounterStrike. I used to get soooo addicted in playing such game, killing people, team work, shooting people, plant bomb, which i believe most of the youths do face the same symptom too. Somehow we, youths just find pleasures when it comes to shooting and killing enemies. Weird.


It has been ages since i last shoot someone. Due to my busyness student life, computer games has barely listed in my leisure activity. And many thanks to **you know who you are** of introducing to me this i-never-know-it's- just-right-opposite-my-campus's game, Laser Tag!
Laser Tag is kinda similar to CounterStrike. It's basically played with real life humans instead of using keyboard. It is an informal interpretation of CS itself. Nevertheless, it's pretty entertaining compared to Counterstrike! Trust me, you gonna love it!


This shop has been located opposite my campus for years and i never even realize of its existence. Forgive me, the banner doesn't appear to be that attractive. LOL!

After knowing that there's such game in Kuching, hehe..**evil laugh**, the reawakening of holding a gun and start shooting people has just revived. Not only me, but also my baboons too. I have never tried Laser Tag before, I supposed Laser Tag should be quite a challenging and fun thing to try out after watching those exaggerated and cool moves of shooting from Hollywood actors. Can't wait!

Of cause, what i mean is not like those insane guys that unambiguously take a gun out of nowhere and start shooting innocent lives. We are proper human. We handle guns properly.

It's not that costly though, Rm 4 per person for one game. Each game consists of 20 minutes and 10 minutes of each section. Okay la, affordable. Go once awhile can laaa. haha!


There are several creative scenarios that you can carry out for each section. We played "Team Elimination & Capture the Flag". It's seriously FUN!


Creativity, proper planning, high energy level and teamwork spirit are essential for every game. It's all about strategy! Remember, tactics tactics. The more people, the merrier it is. More enemies to kill! Haha!

Everyone was fully prepared.


It's our first attempt. Rules and regulations is still a must for all newbies to be conscious. The funny thing was the Person-In-Charge who was supposed to explain and brief us pertaining to the game's rules did not even bother to explain to us. LOL! "Read it yourself", he said.

Armor on!


Soon Eng and Kwan Yang. The vests looked more like Power Ranger's suits.


Aldrin (the head) & Wei Tak


Abubu with his size S armor plate.

How about the firearm?

Candidly, the gun doesn't really look like a proper shaped revolver. It's strange though.


Okay okay, it's specially strange. More like a hair dryer




Game on! Start shooting!



Chiong Arrrrr


Chiong arrr

#Shoot #

**Sorry, no pictures taken during the game. Everyone was too focused in shooting people.**


The place is quite dark and smoky. No worries. There's no hantu to be found.

It's really challenging! Seriously. Teamwork is very important. It portrays your plan of action. Best strategy takes it all. How you save your own life and protect your team members from dying. And chiong arrr... and shoot your enemies.

One of the games that we played was "Capture the Flag". Again, it's fun! True true. It's challenging for the opponents to get into your base and capture your flag. Which is the mission of cause. But along the way, it's involved shooting, screaming, yelling, dying and chiong arr.... it's fun fun!

Even girls enjoy shooting people. Agree, laura and ah yieng? =P

My score.


**Applause to my shooting skill**

Played for 40 minutes nonstop! Everyone sweat cats and dogs. Best way and the fastest way to keep fit. Don't underestimate this game eh, it's thoroughly healthy.


At least, we are given 10 Free Tickets. Cool indeed! Worth it though. Do try out if you haven't play. Bring your friends. 15 friends will do. Call and book the place for early reservation.


You need not to play CounterStrike anymore. Try out Laser Tag. It satisfies all your needs!

After running and shouting continuously for 40 minutes, everyone was completely dehydrated. Desperately yearning for drinks. Acclaim to Chilipadi, you save our lives heaps.


Satisfaction. Song arr song arr


the vest was so small i had a hard time putting it thru my big head..LOL
i didnt even ask if they have a bigger size wan ba

anyhow..they shud introduce something like got 'life' wan bah where u dun die straightaway with only 1 shot...not like terus shoot the target then die liao...and maybe a headband to enable headshots

By Blogger abubu, at Friday, March 14, 2008 at 12:25:00 AM GMT+8  


EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!! i want to play ~~ next time invite me ar~~ a nice game to release stress

By Blogger Unknown, at Friday, March 14, 2008 at 12:37:00 AM GMT+8  


So coollllllll!!!!!!!! So when are u going to bring me along? (been asking this qn for ages but the day has yet to arrive, whether to taste the chocolate drink, to KRR, to anywhere u mentioned in ur blog)...sigh..............need to release stress now.....u standby for me to hunt u down...hahahaha...

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Friday, March 14, 2008 at 3:52:00 PM GMT+8  


abubu: good idea good idea. We should suggest them to use headband. haha! Then i can "headshot" you.. haha!!

qq: can can.. will invite u next time!

Mr.w: i dont mind if you chia me eh.. haha!! To Krr??errr.... better no.. maybe to Hilton for the Hot chocolate! LOL!

By Blogger Johnson, at Friday, March 14, 2008 at 5:11:00 PM GMT+8  


haha...i still wan to fun ba..haha and the armor plate so heavy... reli nice games...
thanks for invite..hahaha

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Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Hot Chocolate!


First of all, DAP will going to conquer Kuching and is conquering Kuching by now! =)

Secondly, this is serious and true. If you do read the newspaper, you will come across with these few sickening and fearsome cases which have occurred in Stapok area recently. Robbing! Yea, this is not just another common robbery. But it's related to a bunch of inhuman burglars that uses pistols as their wrongful weapons to rob the public. Pistol man! No kidding. Frightening and sickening.

Who knows, it might be just a toy gun. A prank? But still, heartless. Cruel. Ruthless.

Nonetheless, let's be more observant and alert whenever we are going out or even on our way back home. Don't take things for granted!

No play play! Bring a hammer whenever you go. It helps, i promise! =P


Chocolate's lovers, you will gonna love this post loads.

Do you know that Cafe Cinno in Hilton serves splendid Hot Chocolate? Don't know? Okay, you better take note now then. Personally, i'm not a complete Chocolate lover but i do like Chocolate though.

Abubu is undoubtedly an addicted Chocolate devotee. Everyday he consistently craves for more chocolate. It was last week that i accompanied him and helped him to fulfill his dream which is clearly to try out the Hot Chocolate at Hilton.

He ordered and i watched him luxuriating. Pity me, I need to control my saliva from dripping out while starring at him relishing in drinking that cup of Hot Chocolate. Giisshh... Kudos to Abubu for successfully enticed me.


By viewing at the snapshot above, you can already differentiate the Hot Chocolate in Hilton compared to those Kopitiam's. It's special. It comes with a mug of hot milk and another extra mini jar of warm milk. Not those cheap-bitter-sour milk. What I mean is, absolute fresh milk! Serious.

More to say, it costs only Rm 8. Reasonable. Everyone can afford it. Not me. Unlike those in Starbucks where you get charged for more than 10 Ringgit per cup.


Plus, Cafe Cinno does not serve second-rate Chocolate powder. They serve rich Chocolate sticks, which is obviously C.O.O.L and satisfying indeed! It makes everything special.

Immerse those Chocolate sticks into the hot fresh milk. Let it deliquesce slowly. Stir it steadily. The Chocolate is then perfectly blended together with the fresh milk. Or should i say, superb mixture!

Sip it a little at a time and let it stream down through your throat unhurriedly. Nyam... Abubu, you got me tempted!

No regrets, it's fulfilling!


Sip it! And all of your blues will evaporate instantly!


hahaha...chocolate is so nice...i like chocolate so few day eat a lot of chocolate, getting fatter liao..:P that cup of hot chocolate look so sure very nice de...hehe

By Blogger Yong Tiong Yieng, at Tuesday, March 11, 2008 at 12:03:00 AM GMT+8  


I just love CHOCOLATE!!!!

By the way... I never know that a hammer can fight a pistol??? I wonder how.

By Blogger pmp, at Tuesday, March 11, 2008 at 12:18:00 AM GMT+8  


I LOVE CHOCOLATEEEEEE!!!!!!!!! Think I've seen this hot chocolate drink at Hilton b4 but not sure if I have tasted it when are u bringing me there bro?????? :)

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Tuesday, March 11, 2008 at 5:11:00 PM GMT+8  


tiong yieng: haha.. i eat super banyak chocholate also manage to maintain my slim-ness.. haha!!

pmp: u can throw the hammer at the burglar ar... duh~ or hit the toes..

mr. W: u should bring me eh! haha!... since u like chocolate heaps, u should name urself as Mr. C.. hehe!

By Blogger Johnson, at Tuesday, March 11, 2008 at 5:49:00 PM GMT+8  


*Licking the screen... Sorry but I just couldn't resist it..

*lick lick lick..

By Blogger Ezekiel, at Wednesday, March 12, 2008 at 12:51:00 PM GMT+8  


omg... im salivating at 2 am now... zzzz...

looks too good... dammit

By Blogger Berberboo, at Friday, March 14, 2008 at 2:00:00 AM GMT+8  


ezekiel & berberboo: that's the bad thing of reading my post. You cant predict when will i post something yummy. hhaa!!

By Blogger Johnson, at Friday, March 14, 2008 at 9:15:00 AM GMT+8  


Friday, March 7, 2008
Ridiculous Penalty


I have never been to any Election's talk before. I long to attend one. I'm really curious of how the speakers or oppositions conduct their talks. The strategy, the cover-up, the criticism and loads more.

My mum and brother attended a DAP's talk and brother told me how the opposition pick holes in Taib (our Cheif Minister) and kutuk him badly. Although it's rather condemning, yet it's a bit funny to hear of their speeches.

FOFLMHO, Falling On the Floor, Laughing My Head Off! =D =D =D

Anyway, i'm 20. Am still not qualified to vote for this election. **phew phew** All I should say to all voters is "Vote for best and Best party wins!"


When it comes to driving, I believe that majority of the drivers will start to get perturbed. Especially when there are police officers drive pass your car and intentionally stop your car at the roadside. Like it or not, every driver will definitely undergo this occurrence at least once in their driving life.

Or should i say, "A must-visit by the police". =P

In Malaysia, this typical incident seems to happen quite frequent. Somehow our police officers just enjoy stopping drivers' cars out of the blue. I couldn't blame if the drivers behave negligently and recklessly while driving. Purposely accelerate twice faster when it's red light. Drivers that are not supposed to park at the forbidden area choose to risk their vehicles and station there. Drivers without seatbelt fasten on. Drivers with their pom-pom cars. Lots more.

Can't blame. It's evidently our faults and the serve-you-right's drivers should just hold the responsibility. Penalty from the police officers. Saman Saman Saman.

On the contrary, it's also factual that 50%-60% of the fines is not plainly our culpabilities. Some police officers might just fine you for no reason, even if you do not break any single of laws. I mean, utter innocence.

In Malaysia, we are surely conscious with this phrase, "Kopi-O". You will not only find this Kope-O in Kopi-tiam but also on the road. Not to deny it, some police officers, i emphasize again, some, are just so into this habit. No choice. We got to dwell in such situation if you want to drive. Drivers who are clearly faultless get into trouble. No matter how well you try to convince the police officers that you are obviously blameless, they will also convince you another way round that you are to be blame. Ridiculous, indeed.

I have yet to stumble upon this situation, but knowing that sooner this will happen. So, behold!

Few days ago, one of my friend's dad was fined by an officer with a extremely ridiculous excuse. Read it.


What say you?

Tidak Memakai Kasut Semasa Memandu (Didn't wear shoes while driving) . Huh? That's such a weird and unacceptable penalty ba... and it's rather funny too! Haha..!

Why would a driver get fined of not wearing shoes while driving?

Does it make any sense? I still couldn't figure it out. I never know there's such law. Something new? My friend's dad got fined for Rm 150 just because of that ridiculous yet funny excuse! Rm 150 man! That's pricey!

Haha.. Who knows, maybe you might get fined with the reason of wearing black sun glasses while driving under a hot hot hot sun~~~ It's unpredictable! LOL!

So drivers, you just gotta be extra tolerant and cautious while driving. All eyes are watching!


I just found out that there IS a law that requires lorry drivers to wear proper footwear when driving.

And the law calls for not only shoes, but SAFETY BOOTS.

By Blogger saykhia, at Friday, March 7, 2008 at 9:21:00 PM GMT+8  


lol... my friend kena saman by police last time for 'memakai selipar semasa menunggang motosikal'... my friend was like wtf, got such thing ka? and the police said got... coz if didnt wear the slippers properly, they may fall on the road and cause accidents to other motorcyclists... wtf... policemen are so ridiculous these days...

By Blogger Berberboo, at Saturday, March 8, 2008 at 12:41:00 PM GMT+8  


saykhia: is it? Then sooner all of the drivers will end up to be like PCK. HAHA!

berberboo: what.. got such law ar.. like what Chong from DAP says, the police nowadays only tangkap innocent ppl but not orang jahat... haha!

By Blogger Johnson, at Saturday, March 8, 2008 at 11:10:00 PM GMT+8  


in the first place, why does one wear slippers when riding a motorcycle? It's dangerous, one should wear shoes or boots. you need a good grip on the pedals. And considering how close one's feet is to the tarmac riding one of those contraptions...

I say to hell with that summon, but don't be an idiot by risking safety, so wear shoes!

By Blogger KiYuBu!, at Sunday, March 9, 2008 at 1:46:00 PM GMT+8  


swing: wow..rebuking??? scary eh... dont scold at this comment box ma.. scare ppl only.. haha! Yea, it's true somehow. The best idea is to wear yellow boots everywhere.. even cycle bicycle..

By Blogger Johnson, at Sunday, March 9, 2008 at 4:25:00 PM GMT+8  


Got such rules ???? Geezzzz ....

By Blogger Dav DiDi, at Monday, March 10, 2008 at 12:54:00 PM GMT+8  


wahh!!!! since when got such rule? I mean in the normal car private car it is ok right for not wearing shoes! I know alot of friends that drive without any shoes on lar because they say can feel the pedals better! Can understand lar if it is motorbike cannot wear slipper or those driving those big lorries need to wear proper shoes but private car? In this case, do we need to wear safety helmet in the car too???

By Blogger JenJen's Place, at Monday, March 10, 2008 at 1:54:00 PM GMT+8  


Next time if you ever to identify a JPJ or pilice car, just turn to a junction and wait till they're gone. That's the safest way as you can't be so sure what kind of person they are.

By Blogger Ezekiel, at Monday, March 10, 2008 at 6:20:00 PM GMT+8  


Next time when we see policemen, just stop them and ask them bout these rules. See whether it's true or not.

By Blogger pmp, at Monday, March 10, 2008 at 6:25:00 PM GMT+8  


dav didi: yea, confused? Same goes to me.. it's a new rule i guess!

jen's place: true true, i would prefer driving without shoe on. It's more comfortable and controllable. who knows, maybe with the new gov. rule, we might need to wear helmet all times! haha!!

ezekiel: okay, good idea. Later the JPJ ppl see us and ask us why stop at the road side, we can answer them "Mau elak kamu, polis!" hehe..

Pmp: yea, we should ask for their Polices id too.. haha, in case it's illegal police..

By Blogger Johnson, at Monday, March 10, 2008 at 8:38:00 PM GMT+8  


For the young generation out there, for your info, this is not a new rule, it has been there for ages...even my dad knew about it and warned me the day I started my driving lesson... :D There is a rule that says we are to keep apart from every car by at least 3 feet... :O Haha...I wonder how we are going to get down from the car to measure every time we step on the brakes...any ideas? :)

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Tuesday, March 11, 2008 at 5:10:00 PM GMT+8  


Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Laugh Out Loud! =D


Over these few days, Kuching's weather seems to dwell in the raining season. Rain Rain Rain.

Everyone likes raining, no doubt. But please Lord, do pour out the rain drops at the right place and at the right time. Not at the time where i need to walk over to my car without any shades.


In my past previous entry, i wrote about The Power of A Smile. click here. It does define the indescribable power and rationale behind a smile. Thus, I'm still under-construction in building up my smiling face. =D

Just a few days ago, I stumbled across these jokes in my friendster's bulletin. It's just so funny! A must to share with all of you.

Enjoy laughing!


Teacher : History is a very
interesting subject. It tells you about
what had happened in the past.
Student : Please teacher, I don't
think I want to study history.
Teacher : Why?
Student : There is no future in it.
............ ......... .........
......... ......... ......... ......... .

Teacher : Ted, if your father has
$10 and you ask him for $6, how much
would your father still have?
Ted : $10.
Teacher : You don't know maths.
Ted : You don't know my
............ ......... .........
......... ......... ......... .........

Mother : David, come here.
David : Yes, mum?
Mother : You really disappoint
me. Your results are getting worse.
David : But I will only get my
report book tomorrow.
Mother : I know that. But I am
going to Hong Kong tomorrow, so I am
scolding you now.
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Father : Why did you fail your
mathematics test?
Son : On Monday, teacher said
Father : So?
Son : On Tuesday, she said
4+4=8 And on Wednesday, she said 6+2=8.
If she can't make up her mind, how do I
know the right answer?
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A mother and son were doing dishes while
the father and daughter were
watching TV in the living room.
Suddenly, there was a loud crash of
breaking plates, then complete silence.
The daughter turned to look at her father.

Daughter : It's mummy!
Father : How do you know?
Daughter : She didn't say anything.
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Girl: Do you love me?
Boy: Yes Dear
Girl: Would you die for me?
Boy: No, mine is undying love

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Man: How old is your father?
Boy: As old as me
Man: How can that be?
Boy: He became a father only when I was

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Waiter: I've stewed liver, boiled tongue
and frog's leg.
Customer: Don't tell me your problems.
Give me the menu card.

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Teacher : Simon, your composition on
"My Dog" is exactly the same as your
brother's. Did u copy his?
Simon : No, teacher, it's the
same dog!

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Father : Your teacher says she
finds it impossible to teach you anything!
Son : That's why I say she's no

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Teacher: "Where were u born?"
Student: " Singapore , Sir."
Teacher: "Which part?"
Student: "All of me, Sir."
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A teacher was asking her class: "What is
the difference between 'unlawful' and
'illegal'?" Only one hand shot up. "Ok,
answer, Joan" said the teacher.
"'unlawful' is when u do something the
law doesn't allow and 'illegal' is a
sick eagle."

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Teacher: "How come you do not comb your
Ah Kow: "No comb, Sir."
Teacher: "Use your dad's then."
Ah Kow: "No hair, Sir."

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A boy came home from school with his
exam results.
"What did u get?" asked his father.
"My marks are under water," said the boy.
"What do u mean 'under water'?"
"They are all below 'C' (sea) level"


Laugh la.... After all, Laughter is still the best medicine!

Hahaha.... !! Which joke do you enjoy the most???


the one which about comb nice...
haha...ya...some can make ppl...that good...we must always smile and laugh in the right time :)

By Blogger Yong Tiong Yieng, at Wednesday, March 5, 2008 at 9:55:00 AM GMT+8  


Sunday, March 2, 2008
Perfect Laksa?


Me and my baboons' peeps have just conquered Sushi King last night. We were all crazily and hungrily eating sushi like some void vacuum cleaners. However ....

to be continued
.. :D


P/s: Here's another food's entry. Everyone loves food, i believe..LOL!

Whenever Penang Laksa is being mentioned in Kuching, many Kuchingnites will forthwith cconclude that it tastes weird and tangy. It's categorically sour! Agree? No offense though. Maybe it's their tang of their own version of Laksa. In fact, to me the word "Lak" symbolizes spicy, right? So it's contradicting if Laksa which supposes to taste spicy end up tastes sour.


Anyway, speaking about Laksa, i'm certain that Kuching does serve the best out of it. I'm not sure that whether authentic laksa should taste like that, but somehow it does taste nice. I like.

Never ever underestimate my capability. I know i'm skinny, i mean slim. Not to deny, i'm a great conqueror **cheers** when it comes to eating. nyam nyam. I have been to several stalls to try out Laksa.

Still, different stalls come out with their own version and paste of Laksa. Nice places that sell good Laksa are Foody-Goody (Tabuan Laru), Top One (Behind Hock Lee), Bormil and so on.



With the manifold versions of Laksa in Kuching, the authentic paste of it should not be thoroughly omitted. I would not consider myself as a Pro Laksa freak, but at least i do know what is nice and what is not. Haha..

What makes a complete taste for Laksa?

3 points.

Point one. Gravy, of cause! Laksa's gravy should neither be too spicy nor insipid. If it is too spicy, it will end up into a bowl of Ma-Lak-Mian. I hate Ma Lak Mian though! Or should i call it Burning Noodle.


Secondly, the gravy should never be mixed together with hot water! Often times, i notice lots of stalls like to mix hot water with the gravy when they are running out of gravy. Which is obviously WRONG. It spoils and ruins up the aromatic taste of it. The reddish gravy is then become grey. Yucks!

Plain water with bihun .... yucks~~~


Point Two. The decoration. Important important! Anyone here enjoys eating only bihun with gravy? Don't lift up your hands. You are not a human.

What type of decorations then?


I should say prawn is the highlight of all. It must be equally fresh and big. Okay, let me emphasize this appropriately. No overnight prawns please. It's yucky and sickening. I hate eating prawns that are not utterly freshed. It produces a weird kind of smell.


Secondly is the meat. I observe some stalls always serve chicken's skins rather than a proper spice of meat. Terrible right?



Nonetheless ....In my opinion, Foody-Goody serves the best Laksa of all times. Their Laksa are simply just special in sense that it does allure you to have the second visit. Temptation.

My third and final point that make a good Laksa is ....

**drum rolls**


The price!!!

Every Kuchingnite is frugal when it comes to money. Don't deny eh ...

I received news that the price of Laksa at Foody-Goody has increased shockingly to Rm5 per normal bowl! Whatt.......That's way too pricey. Now I have blacklisted the cafe already. No more Foody-Goody. =)


That's what make it perfect.


Comments: nice...buddy u has get the points...haha
next time u can be the food advisor...:)

By Blogger Yong Tiong Yieng, at Sunday, March 2, 2008 at 8:13:00 PM GMT+8  


Unitl the end which is the nicest ler?

By Blogger Ezekiel, at Monday, March 3, 2008 at 11:01:00 AM GMT+8  


tiong yieng: i'm owas a good advisor.. LOL! nola.. just share my points of view ma.. haha..

ezekiel: erghh... still searching. Maybe TOP 1...

By Blogger Johnson, at Tuesday, March 4, 2008 at 12:14:00 AM GMT+8  


dont go there got pondan man.
"yang itu lagi...lagi cute!"
my god *pukes -_-"

By Blogger MAMAMIA, at Tuesday, March 4, 2008 at 11:49:00 PM GMT+8  


suddenly i feel hungry.. haha..

By Blogger ~Laura~, at Monday, March 10, 2008 at 12:09:00 AM GMT+8