Monday, November 23, 2009

outings

21st November, Saturday @ Pavillion
Just the three of us, Yvonne, Kimberley and I. Ah, didn't get to watch any movies as the tickets of the movies we wanted to watch were all sold out. Had lunch at Pizza Hut. We were stuffing all that we ordered in our tummies, so yes it was a very filling meal. But, a satisfying and tasty one of course. Then, we window-shopped until four something p.m. Kim and I then headed to KLCC and did nothing but walked around the whole mall. Had an Oreo McFlurry while Kim went on chattering about Ellen Degeneres, some 15 year old girl and some other stuffs. Lol.

22nd November, Sunday @ KLCC

We had lunch at Sakae Sushi, a Japanese restaurant that somehow eerily reminded me of a Korean drama. OK, never mind that.

That's how you order and you can now tell that the food there is very likely to be pricey. Yup. It was.

Kim, having her California Roll.

I could not resist having one of these. There's cheese on top! It tasted so good that we took another plate of it. Haha. There were other sushi that tasted good, too, also the soft shell crab and the fried fish dumplings. YUMMY.

Later on, we went to watch A Christmas Carol 3D. Yes, 3D!

Here's to prove it, lol.

A Christmas Carol, a timeless classic, a 1951 adaptation of Charles' Dickens. It's a bit dark and scary, can be frightening for kids. There was even a little boy that cried in the cinema, lol. But I'd give it a 3/5.

Reunion this Saturday at Wangsa Walk ;D

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Beryl's and class party

Visit to Beryl's chocolate factory
9th of November, Monday

It was a really short trip. But I didn't say I didn't enjoy it. We got to see how chocolate were made, well, only briefly. But, good thing was that we got to buy chocolates that were 1)without doubt, flavorsome and yummy 2) affordable.

3 Kekwa's Class Party @ Nando's, KLCC

14th of November, Saturday

To kick off the lunch, we had Peri Kicks Starters that concluded of chicken wings, kebab, grilled bread, sausages, and some vegetables. Their sausages are special made and truly one of a kind, the best ones I've ever tasted. Half of us got the Ala Carte 1 (1/4 chicken, Peri Chips and grilled vegetables) and the rest got the Ala Carte 2 (1/4 chicken, Peri Chips and Potato Salad). They weren't at all bad, but they weren't so scrumptious either. It's a mediocre, I'd have to say.


Later on, thirteen of us went to watch The Box, starring James Marsden and Cameron Diaz. There were a few good reviews on this film though I didn't quite get the picture, the storyline was slightly puzzling.

To sum up this day, I had a great time, I think we all did, didn't we? Undeniably enjoyable, same goes to rounding up the year, one of my best year in high school by far. From which I've learned to live life to the fullest - but of course with certain boundaries.

:)

Saturday, November 7, 2009

joyous day

You probably heard that I took part in a multi-media competition, together along with Syakirah and Rooba. If you didn't, well now you do. The three of us took a duration of one week to complete the video presentation themed "1 Malaysia". The theme was no problem, so as the content. The editing part was. This was my first time, participating in something like this that required making an actual video that concluded videos, audio and graphic.

I wouldn't say it's easy, yes it took us one week to complete the whole thing. Though it seemed like a short time, but it seemed long for us. We were rushing to finish it up before the deadline and also to produce a good video. Spent hours in the computer room, producing the video, when we were present to school. Several times we've had disagreements and arguments over the damned video.

So anyway, we were at SK Seri Rampai on the day of their Karnival Pusat Sumber Sekolah. There were competitions held among schools of Zon Keramat, a few of them that I can recall are playing congkak, making lanterns, bersajak and multi-media of course.

The prize giving ceremony started pretty late. Hence, we waited in the hall, watching some of the video presentations by other schools and ours, too. Oh, I met a few old mates there! Syakirah and Roba met some of their friends there, too.

From left : Farah, Syakirah, Siti Aisyah and I. Definitely jogged my memory of those days in SK Marian Convent, my primary school that is.

At last, the prize giving ceremony started at nearly one p.m. Waiting anxiously, our hearts were pounding hard, our fingers were kept crossed, keen to know the winners, thinking 'Who will win damnit!?'. Intensely suspenseful. OK, you're probably in suspense now, too.

Ah, screw the suspense, WE WON! FIRST PLACE! 1st! When our school name was announced as the winner of the multi-media competition, the three of us immediately shouted, laughed and then cheered gaily.

Victory's a glee, haha.



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Monday, November 2, 2009

The All-American Rejects comes to Malaysia!

The All-American Rejects concert
@ Stadium Bukit Jalil carpark
31st October '09, Saturday
6 pm - 11 pm

As usual, we'd arrive early but this time not that early. Unless you'd consider 4 pm early (two hours before the concert). Fortunately, we didn't have to wait long in the queue and plus, we got a good view of the stage.

What was grueling was standing for hours, waiting for The All-American Rejects to make their appearance while a few local bands performed (i.e Pop Shuvit, One Buck Shot and others that I forgotten of). The place was teeming with people, it was so crowded that a few people passed out. There was a group of guys that was really irritating as they kept pushing people around, a couple of them had long, dreadful hair and most of them looked like freaking drug addicts *grumbles*.

Anyway, on the optimistic side of the concert, The All-American Rejects finally arrived on the scene at nearly 10 pm. We were all so frenzied and hyped up!

Jesse's oh-so-awesome banner that says "WE <3 AAR. Nick. Tyson. Mike. Chris".

Tyson Ritter, the Glitter Ritter.

No regrets.
"You can sit beside me when the world comes down..."