Monday, August 17, 2009

Secara Spontannye Aku Menjawab..

  1. Kau suke makan ape? - Cookies.
  2. Kau tgh buat ape sekarang? - Tulis blog.
  3. Kau tgh dgr lagu ape? - Flop Poppy, Kasih Nafas Diri.
  4. Jap lagi kau nak pegi mane? - Rumah makcik.
  5. Buat ape kat sane? - Tolong die buat kuih.
  6. Best tak? - Best la jugak.
  7. Kau nak g sane kul bape? - Tiga kot.
  8. Ape bende best yg kau suke? - Famous Amos.
  9. Ayah kau tidur lg ke? - A'ah.
  10. Die tak keje? - Dah bersara.
  11. Esok bufday die eh ? - A'ah.
  12. Same dgn bufday Faiz kan ? - Ye la.
  13. Kau suke teddy bear? - Suke.
  14. Barbie? - Tak.
  15. Kenapa tak suke Barbie? - Tak comel.
  16. Kau duduk kat atas kerusi ke? - Tak lah. Aku tgh mencangkung.
  17. Byk tikus kat rumah kau? - Byk nk mampos.
  18. Kau tak geli ke ? - Tak pe. Dah biasa. Sabar je laa.
  19. Internet kau lembab ke? - Ok ok je.
  20. TV kau bukak tak sekarang? - Tak
  21. Kenapa tak bukak? - Lantak aku aa sial.
  22. Berapa handphone kau ade? - 2.
  23. Kenapa tak pakai satu je? - Mampos laa..
  24. Kau pakai ape? - Baju. Seluar.
  25. Kau suke budak kecik ? - Tak.
  26. Sebab? - Suke memekak.
  27. Kau cantik tak? - Tak.
  28. Muke kau cam tapir eh ? - Ade laa sikit.
  29. Kau tak bangga ke dgn diri kau? - Tak.
  30. Kau baran tak dgn soalan aku ? - Huh!

Wednesday, August 12, 2009


Artistic Gymnastics.
Artistic gymnastics is usually divided into Men's and Women's Gymnastics. Each group does different events; Men compete on Floor Exercise, Pommel Horse, Still Rings, Vault, Parallel Bars, and High Bar, while women compete on Vault, Uneven Bars, Beam, and Floor Exercise. In some countries, women at one time competed on the rings, high bar, and parallel bars (for example, in the 1950s in the USSR). Though routines performed on each event may be short, they are physically exhausting and push the gymnast's strength, flexibility, endurance and awareness to the limit. Traditionally, at the international level, competitions on the various apparatus consisted of two different performance categories: compulsory and optional. For the compulsory event, each gymnast performing on a specific apparatus executed the same required routine. At the optional level, the gymnast performed routines that he or she choreographed. Nowadays, each country may use compulsory and optional routines at their discretion in the training of young gymnasts.

Rhythmic gymnastics.
At present, only women compete in rhythmic gymnastics. The sport involves the performance of five separate routines with the use of five apparatus—ball, ribbon, hoop, clubs, rope - on a floor area, with a much greater emphasis on the aesthetic rather than the acrobatic. Rhythmic routines are scored out of a possible 20 points; the score for Artistry (choreography and music) are averaged with the score for Difficulty of the moves and then added to the score for execution.

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Wally Amos =)

Most people go through life as if they were living out the movie Ground Hog Day. One day at a time, same thing every day, never breaking the cycle. Then there are those people who wake up every day with a mission to live out their dreams and to inspire others to connect with their potential. Wally Amos is one of those – a man with a mission.
Born in Tallahassee, Florida, Wally Amos lived a childhood that was not always stable and trouble free. But as a child he had an innate spirit and gift to view the world with optimism. The most loving person in his life was Della Bryant, his aunt in New York City. At the early age of twelve, young Wally moved to New York to live with his aunt who assumed a parental role. She was also the first person to bake him chocolate chip cookies. Although the home was of modest means, it was abundant in the meaningful qualities that give a child principles, “a can-do” attitude.
After a four year stint in the Air Force, Wally Amos began his early professional career in the stock room at Saks Fifth Avenue. He worked hard but was consistently underpaid. He asked for raises but was denied. Not having another job in place, but believing he was worth more Amos left the stock room ready for the next thing. That turned out to be the entertainment industry.
Just like at Saks, he started at the bottom. This time it was the mailroom at the William Morris Talent Agency. And just like before, Amos worked hard. At William Morris it paid off. Wally Amos rose from mailroom clerk to agent in one year – their first African-American agent. He prided himself on his ability to find the next new thing. He was the first to book many of the top performers of that era including The Supremes, Simon & Garfunkel and Marvin Gaye.
When he felt he’d gone as far as he could with William Morris he formed his own theatrical management agency. Packing up his young family he moved to the west coast. There were ups and downs but Amos always stuck to his principles: work hard, be positive, and don’t look back.
It was during this time that Wally learned to unwind on weekends by taking up a new hobby – baking chocolate chip cookies. Baking relaxed him and made him reminisce about his Aunt Della’s cookies.
Over the years the entertainment industry began to wear on Amos. Show biz personalities weren’t always the easiest people to deal with. It was time for a change.
In 1975, long before there were “food personalities” like Emeril Lagasse, Paul Newman and Nigella Lawsohn, Amos came up with the idea that he could sell his cookies as an entertainment personality –a gourmet chocolate chip cookie. Borrowing $25,000 from friends, Amos opened the first freestanding store, on Sunset Boulevard, in Hollywood, CA, that sold only cookies: The Famous Amos Chocolate Chip Cookie store. Soon the entrepreneur became a national personality renowned not only for his cookies but for his ebullient and outgoing persona as well.
In 1985, a series of events began that led the company to change hands. It is now owned by the Kellogg Company. Amos eventually returned to baked goods through Uncle Wally’s Muffin Company.
Asserting that being famous only meant that lots of people knew who he was; Wally Amos always wanted to use his wide recognition as a means to draw attention to an important cause. That cause became literacy. Wally dedicated his efforts to Literacy Volunteers of America where he served as their National Spokesperson from 1979 to 2002. As a literacy advocate, Wally uses his well-known name to support educational causes and serves on the Boards of the National Center for Family Literacy, Read to Me International, and Communities in Schools, in addition to many others. In 2005, Wally Amos and his wife, Christine, founded the
Read it Loud!, a publicly supported 501(c) (3) organization, to promote reading aloud to children.
He is the recipient of many honors and awards including the President’s Award for Entrepreneurial Excellence, the Horatio Alger Award, and the National Literacy Honors Award. He has been inducted into the Babson College Academy of Distinguished Entrepreneurs.
Wally Amos is a well known inspirational speaker and is the author of eight books: The Famous Amos Story: The Face That Launched a Thousand Chips, The Power in You: Ten Secret Ingredients To Inner Strength, Man With No Name: Turn Lemons Into Lemonade, Watermelon Magic: Seeds of Wisdom, Slices of Life, The Cookie Never Crumbles: Inspirational Recipes for Every Day Living, Be Positive, Be Positive!: Insights Into How To Live A Joy-filled and Inspiring Life, The Power In Self-Esteem: How To Discover And Fulfill Your Life Dreams and Live An Inspiring Life: Ten Secret Ingredients for Inner Strength.
His most recent project is working with his wife Christine Harris-Amos who created Chip & Cookie, two dolls fashioned in the image of “boy and girl chocolate chip cookies.” Once again Amos is in the kitchen baking cookies in the Chip & Cookie retail stores located, on Oahu, in Kailua Town, and at the Royal Hawaiian Center in Waikiki. Located in Building C, 2nd Floor, open 10am-10pm daily. For Amos it’s the next new thing.
Over the years, Wally Amos has acted in a number of network sitcoms and appeared on hundreds of interview shows, news programs, educational programs and commercials. On the lecture circuit, he addresses audiences at corporations, industry associations and universities with his inspiring “do it” positive attitude
Over 150 million Americans know Wally Amos. His fame is grounded in quality, substance and a positive attitude.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

I'm Happy With My New Life !

Wahh happy doh hidup ni. Walaupun aku tak tau bila aku mati, tp hidup ni mmg anugerah yg paling nikmat ! Betul ke aku dgr org ckp, to love someone is pretty easy, but nk lupa kan, amik masa yg sgt byk? Aku rasa statement tu, TUIH menipu. AHAHA. So, skang ni baru aku faham maksud freedom. Hidup yg 'free' and no need nk sibuk sibuk hal org lain =D. Dulu, aku tak pernah anggap kawan kawan aku org yg terpenting dlm hidup aku. Tp, persepsi tu terus hilang bila aku sedar membe membe aku semua sebenar nya care pasal aku. Kdg kdg, menyesal gak. Maybe dorang ingat aku tak pernah appreciate dorang bila dorang bace benda ni. Pape pon, thanx korang. Skang ni, baru aku sedar penting nye korang kat aku. SOBB SOBB. AHAHA. Emo emo lak. Ngee. So, skarang ni aku tgh try cari duit sniri. Disebabkan skang ni nk puasa n raya, so aku amik laa kesempatan tolong makcik aku buat kuih. Ghagha, dpt laa sen sikit. Tak banyak pon tak pe, asal kan DUIT. =P. Actually, byk benda aku nk tulis, tp aku sakit laa hari ni. Tak larat, sorii

Monday, August 3, 2009

Tears Dry on Their Own - Amy Winehouse

All I can ever be to you
Is the darkness that we knew
And this regret I got accustomed to
Once it was so right
When we were at our high
Waiting for you in the hotel at night
I knew I hadn't met my match
But every moment we could snatch
I don't know why I got so attached
It's my responsibility
And you don't owe nothing to me
But to walk away I have no capacity

He walks away
The sun goes down
He takes the day, but I'm grown
And in your wake, in this blue shade
My tears dry on their own

I don't understand
Why do I stress the man
When there's so many bigger things at hand
We coulda never had it all
We had to hit a wall
So this is inevitable withdrawal
Even if I stop wanting you
And perspective pushes thru
I'll be some next man's other woman soon

I can't play myself again
I should just be my own best friend
Not fuck myself in the head with stupid men

He walks away
The sun goes down
He takes the day, but I'm grown
And in your wake, in this blue shade
My tears dry on their own

So we are history
Your shadow covers me
The sky above ablaze

He walks away
The sun goes down
He takes the day, but I'm grown
And in your wake, in this blue shade
My tears dry on their own

I wish I could say no regrets
And no emotional debts
Cos as we kiss good bye the sun sets
So we are history
Your shadow covers me
The sky above a blaze that only lovers see

He walks away
The sun goes down
He takes the day but I'm grown
And in your wake, my blue shade
My tears dry on their own

He walks away
The sun goes down
He takes the day but I am grown
And in your wake
My deep shame
My tears dry on their own

He walks away
The sun goes down
He takes the day but I'm grown
And in your wake
My deep shame
My tears dry..

Sunday, August 2, 2009


Hai. Nama aku Amalina, tp org pggl aku Nina je. Umur aku, 15 tahun. Tahun ni aku PMR. Aku risau sgt kalau tak dapat result yg bgs. Nama mak aku, Aminah. Dia tak bekerja sampai laa sekarang. Ayah aku pulak, Abu. Dia kerja dekat hotel. Panas baran orangnye. Sampai sekarang aku tak berani nk melawan cakap dia. Aku ada 2 orang kakak. Yg sulung, Shima. Yg lagi satu pulak, Nana. Aku pulak yg bongsu. Family kitorang ni nampak je sempurna. Ada ayah, mak, adik beradik. Tp, sebenarnya byk masalah yg kitorang hadapi since dulu lg. Ayah memang tak pernah nk berbaik dgn kitorang. Sehari dia tak marah. Tak sah. Mak aku selalu jd mangsanye. Hari hari kena pukul, kena tengking. Zalim kan? Kalau mak kitorang pon boleh kena sampai cmtu sekali, apatah lg kitorang anak anak die ni. Ayah jd lg berang bila die dapat tahu Shima mengandung. Tp, tu semua bukan salah dia. Dia terpaksa jaga anak dia yg tak berdosa langsung tu. Aku kesian sgt dgn die. Dia terpaksa hadapi segala kesusahan yg dia timpa. Lepas ayah dpt tahu dia mengandung, ayah halau dia dari rumah. Mak cube pertahankan kakak, tp kekuatan lelaki, mmg tak boleh ditandingi perempuan melalui fizikal. Kan?. Lepas je Shima kena halau, kehidupan kitorang, mmg lain drpd dulu. Sedih, tp apa boleh buat kan?. Lepas je kejadian tu, akak tak pernah balik rumah lg. Setahun lepas tu, kak Nana pulak buat hal. Dia pun mengalami situasi yg sama macam kak Shima. Aku sedih sangat. Mak pun terpaksa redha atas apa yg dah jadi. Tp kali ni, ayah lain. Ayah jd lain sgt. Kali ni, dia 'suddenly' jd baik. Dia tak halau pun kak Nana, pukul sikit pon tak pernah. Dia tak macam dulu lg. Pelik kan?. Mungkin, dia menyesal halau kak Shima dulu. Lepas 3 bulan kak Nana beranak, dia tinggal dgn mak kat rumah. Dia berhenti kerja. Dia kata, dia dah tak larat nk kerja lg, dia nk jaga anak tu walaupun anak tu tak de ayah. After 2 bulan dia terperuk kat rumah, tibe tibe 'BF' die yg merupakan 'ayah sebenar' anak kak Nana tu, dtg nk masuk meminang. Kak Nana kata, dia tak nak terima lamaran lelaki tu, tp disebabkan anak tu tak de surat beranak lg, dia pun terpaksa menerima lamaran drpd lelaki yg tak guna tu. Kesian kan die?. Umur dia pun muda lg. Baru 20 tahun. Hidup die, porak peranda. Dah la kena tinggal dgn mak mertua yg kejam, zalim. Ish, mmg si tua kutuk. Aku? aku ni hidup mcm biasa je.Duduk dgn mak aku. Lepas balik sekolah, aku akan tolong dia buat kerja kerja rumah. Aku kesian sgt dgn mak aku. Dia terpaksa terima semua ni. Ayah pulak, lg buat masalah, tak balik rumah since kak Nana dpt anak. Duit? kitorang terpaksa meminta dkt saudara mara yg terdekat. Kalau tak de dorang, aku tak tau la mcm mane nk hidup. Tah apa laa nk jadi lepas ni kan?. Hurm, sekarang ni, Aku sorang je yg jd harapan dlm family. Walaupun byk masalah yg aku hadapi, tp aku tak kan tinggal kan mak aku. Dia pun tak boleh hidup lama.
Yg menjadi masalah besar sekarang ni, Lepas ni, aku nk tinggal dgn sape doh?

*P/S : Benda ni mmg terjadi kat sorang membe aku. Tp ada la sikit sikit yg aku reka sendiri. Walau ape pun Nina, kau relax je.. Aku kan ada =D

Friday, July 31, 2009


Habbo : Online game yg paling best sekali!. Yg main habbo ni, ramai singaporean je. Bosan aku. Yang melayu sikit je. Apa yg best kat habbo ni eh? Macam macam ada sebenarnya. Ramai yg tak tahu main, bile dah main, bapak best tak terkata ! Mula mula tu, aku pun bengang nak faham game ni, tp dah lame lame, kaya aku !
Ahaha =P. Antara 'benda best' yg ada kat habbo ni :

  • Ada game ! Sape menang, dapat badge, furni, habbo points and coins !

  • Ada Chatting Space ! Macam Myspace ngan Facebook gak, yg lain nye korang just gune 'icon'.

  • Ada quiz ! Sapa menang, dapat coins free, furni, bagde and etc !

  • Boleh beli furni untuk decorate room korang. Sapa yg pandai trading tu, boleh la jual barang korang. *fyi : Jangan beli furni kat catalogue, mahal sgt !

  • Coins kat habbo ni bkn sembarangan. Kena gune duit betul actually. Tp bukan laa judi, duit tu tak kemana pon, kat account Habbo korang jugak. 1st thing yg korang kena buat untuk mendapatkan coin, korang beli gune topup. Agak mahal laa, RM6 = 10 coins je. Tp, korang tak payah beli byk byk coins pon. Beli sikit sikit dah laa. Benda ni tak penting pon.

  • Bila korang dah kaya ( hasil jual barang kat Habbo ), korang akan jd famous ! Macam aku gak laa ( padahal je ). Then, org org kaya yg lain akan communicate ngan korang jugak. Tp paling important untuk jd famous, korang kene join 'Habbo Club' dulu.

  • Sapa yg ada coins berpuluh-puluh tu, coins tu akan digunakan untuk 'Collectibles and Rares'. Barang barang yg limited edition n mmg mahal untuk dibeli. Orang-orang kaya je yg selalu beli. Yang miskin, tolong tengok je la. AHAHA.

Sapa yg interested, join la Habbo ni. Tak rugi pon, sbb best gile ! Korang just sign up then start beli coins. Senang kan? Sapa yg dah ade account kat, add laa aku.