>> Sunday, 26 July 2009

It is late now.

I hear the crickets.

Ok that is a stupid beginning for a story lol mana pergi talent saya.

But yeah. It is late now. And I do hear crickets. And a motorbike just passed. And the wall fan. And me typing. And my conscience nagging on my conscious to stop blogging and go to sleep. And... nothing else.

I should be blogging of HELP Law Olympiad I went today, and I met Julian Gan Some Thing who is now studying in BU where guys wear super yeng ie black pants black shoes grey tie, and the nasi lemak lunch they provided. Or about the party I didn't attend today. (Oh, yes, HAPPY BIRTHDAY MIAO LING!) Or about the HELP Psychology Challenge essay I actually managed to compose in like less than 4 hours and submit at 11.59pm (or that's what the computer clock said).

Or about the silent elephant glue thing Larry did on Wednesday OMG seriously damn cool hahahaha. Or the prom idea us girls were discussing about, and then discarding it. Or our MUET results. Or Larry and JT actually thinks I'm wild like wtf?!. Or the super kaching rate of developing digital photos :( Or the 2-day book fair held in school just last week. Or the funny way my brain actually works, and that amuses me even after a few months.

Or my failure to kill a mosquito just a few seconds ago grrr I hate mosquitoes.

But only this one line explains what I really feel right now, and want to say.

I feel so effing stupid.

(No. Don't ask. Let me grieve alone for the (temporary, hopefully) farewell of my rationality.)

Mmmm yes there is something else that I wanna write here, something Larry, Miao Ling and I were discussing that Wednesday at the Chemistry lab.

He asked for what would girls, who have never had a relationship before, do when there is a chance for one. Will they be very careful before entering the relationship, or will they just plunge into it like a starfish?

Trivia of the day night:
Starfish has no brain.

Which got me thinking: Is this the reason old virgins exist??!!! (To Sime: HAHAHAHA.)


Blood donation & F6 Orientation

>> Tuesday, 14 July 2009




I sacrificed my first time to CHS.

I DONATED BLOOD! XDD Due to my weight (1KG HEAVIER T________T) I only required to donate 300ml of blood. First the doctor checked my blood pressure and pulse, then I moved on to the nurses to check my blood type and haemoglobin count. I then proceeded to take a bucketful of stuff that would contain my dark red blood later.

The nurse asked me to squeeze on a kidney-shaped thingy hard, and when she found my vein she poke a needle into it, and there was a swell. I was fascinated as there was no blood! She then inserted a needle into the swell and blood came gushing out into the tube. She filled two tubes and a small pack with my blood first, then to the large pack containing water and chemicals (yes I read labels).

And time passed really quickly as I chatted and laughed (the nurse had to ask me not to LOL too much LOL!) and when the nurse came to collect my blood I was like, "Harh?! Cepat sangat!" as the guy beside me, who also donated the same amount of blood as I, hadn't finished yet.



In my opinion this year's orientation for the lower sixers was better than last year's, probably because H2O is involved, and a lot of them :DDD

We started with the Chicken Dance to start off the morning! After water splashing at the field we were divided into 9 teams to play station games.

After all the station games (lazy to type + no photos but it was funnn) we played limbo XD

(Clockwise L-R) Fei Ching!, YC, Jeen, Han Yong

And we have a Limbo King and Limbo Queen:

Shi Ning, Tze Siang

Aaand check out the awards for the station games:

(Clockwise L-R) Most Uncooperative; Most Boring; Most Zhadou; First; Last; Third; Noisiest; Second

Miss Lower 6, L. Hui Yee, with her Angel U-Phun.

Miss Upper 6, Melissa, with Jensen

Best Angel award nominees: U-Phun (Xixili), ZH (XD, Kurama), Ding Sheng (Adidas), YH (Cheesecake, Sloggi)

Just in case you were wondering, we also have Blush and La Senza in our class.

And the award goes to...

ZH (XD, Kurama)!

While the Best Mortal Award goes to Chee Han.

Miao Ling (Julius), Chee Han, Teresa (Big Bird)

Guess what award my group got?

The Most Uncooperative Group Award HAHAHAHA.
(Clockwise L-R) Chai Waa, Ping Yeng, May, K. Hui Yee, Zee, Ann Ning, Larry/Patrick Loh, Ki Hoong. MIA: Yen Fern, Yan Ping

Jeen (Jade) and I (Nine9) with our Mortal, Fei Ching

Larry/Patrick Loh's socks, anterior and posterior view.

Kar Yee (The Secret) with Ping Yeng. PY and her twin sister make fabulous pastries! Yess I have the honour to taste them :P

With my cousins Charlotte and Aimee. We don't look alike laaa -.-;;

YC (Constaine) and me with our 1/2 Mortal Chun Hui. (I got Win Zee and a pink balloon from him :D)


INTI Study Trip, 040709

>> Sunday, 12 July 2009

I finally finished Stephen King's Cell, thank you YHY!

It scared the hell outta me during night time. *scream* RAGGEDY MAN!

And it was hell good :D


On the Fourth of July we went to INTI University College, situated in Nilai, for a (very simplified) microbiology lecture.

We were awed by the super high-tech laboratory.

Inside the oven (I forgot what's the proper name -.-;;) where, instead of roasting insects, they incubate bacteria.

Canggih fume chamber.

And we saw something familiar:

The magnetic stirrer!

It was a (very simplified) lecture on restrictive enzyme. We got to try our hands on "very expensive chemicals", as our lecturer, Dr. Geetha said. And since it was "very expensive" we had to do the experiment four in a group.

Lab I with Dr. Geetha

These are the micropipettes we were required to use as the amount of chemicals we need are in micro amount, like, 2 microlitre.

Jeen and micropipettes

All the chemicals (enzymes, bacteria, and other stuff I don't remember) were all inside these little tubes:

(L-R) Kar Yee, May, Jeen, CYP

and now we're going to centrifuge these tubes to ensure that whatever stuff inside were mixed properly.

And you know what nerds take pictures with, don't you :P

(Clockwise L-R) CYP, May, Miao Ling, Jeen, Kar Yee, Zee

Inside the centrifuge

Forgot what this machine is for :P

(Clockwise L-R) Unknown Machine, Angeline, YC, Jeen

After all the processes with canggih machines, gel in the electrophoresis machine and covered with buffer solution, we had to inject (?) the stuff-in-tubes into this gel we made earlier. And it was tough!

Angeline with her shaky hands and micropipette.

We then connected the electrophoresis machine with some voltage thingy.

YC loved this bottle (which I forgot what was initially in there) so much, she thought maybe it would serve as an aquarium.

Can you see the future goldfish? *bloop*

Playing with 95% ethanol, possibly azeotropic mixture lol. (L-R) May, YC, Angeline

Murder in Microbiology laboratory I using a micropipette.

During lunch (nasi sambal and syrup), to celebrate our success. LOL.
(L-R) Jeen, CYP, Miao Ling, YC, Kar Yee, May, Zee

Trip to the library

U-Phun: "May I have your number?"
I love the chairs! :D

We went back to our lab and continued our work. After our gel was done we placed it in the ROCKER!, stained with methylene blue, so that we can see what the heck went on when we were away.

May with THE ROCKER!

See the DNA fragments?

Zee with buffer named after her Z Buffer



Sofia & Win Zee

>> Friday, 3 July 2009

Boulevard of Broken Dreams, Greenday

I've got a new member into my humble cove.

Meet Win Zee.

Now, really, I don't know what you guys think, but I think it's just so effin' adorable X3

So adorable, I absolutely have to have a photo with it.

Love bite

You don't have any excuses to forget my our faces now, hehehe.


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