Monday, February 26, 2007

G.I. Joe

So I had my hair cut bald. I was going for a Justin Timberlake kinda bald but I got G.I. Joe bald instead. Now, I look like Natalie Portman.

And this was just a couple of days after my sister's friends commented on how I look like a girl. Hopefully it's a hot girl.

Quote of the Day: "You may get a "free" Wii controller with the game, but you'd be better off just buying the controller and punching yourself in the penis." - a review of Wii Play on

Thursday, February 22, 2007

Goodbye for now.

When she's close to getting a degree in Oz, all I'll have is my Pink IC. Us guys are so lagging behind. Blah.

Quote of the Day: "How is the Boy Wonder? Started shaving yet?" - The Joker

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Tips on how to get rid of a pest - from Frasier

Bulldog: No, wait, wait! Guess who I am?
Niles: I give up.
Bulldog: I'm Waldo! From "Where's Waldo?" You know, that guy you can't find because he blends into the crowd?
Niles: I don't know, but I'd love a demonstration.

Friday, February 16, 2007

The One With The Tidy Room

Dear Parents-Who-Love-Rearranging-His/Her-Son's-Room,

Please do take note that some of us children do not like their room (namely their desk and sometimes neatly arranged wardrobe) reorganised. Some of them like it that way. Sure it looks like a pig sty but that's what happens when you have a son. Your son usually sees alot of order in that chaos of a desk. Now all he sees is just chaos in order. Am I just using big terms to confuse you? Yes I am.

Be glad that your son is that way. It just shows he is only a normal. The day that he starts cleaning up his room should be the day you should start feeling a little bit scared. He might even be gay. Some people can't sleep when they have stacks of books and cd cases staring at them while they sleep. Yes, your son is cool like that. So the next time you decide to tidy up your son's place, think of the displeasure he goes through when he sees his newly "tidied" room.

Yours Sincerely,
A concerned son.

Sunday, February 11, 2007

Old Friends Die Hard

Thursday was great. We met up for Nurul's 21st Birthday albeit being 2 days late. It was great seeing everyone especially Noriza 'cos it has been ages since I've last met her. As for the rest of the guys we kinda met up not too long ago so it wasn't so bad. Rush only came after the meal but hey, better late than never. Here are some pics! Enjoy.

Quote of the Day: "I love pounding beavers! I sure gave that hairy ass a licking! This is one dude who knows how to avoid pussy!" - Captain Hero from Drawn Together having had beavers, cats and donkeys thrown at him

Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Redundancy at its best

Quote of the day: "
A group of sailors get trapped on an oil rig and are terrorized by an alien who likes to turn into a stripper." - an overview of a movie on

Sunday, February 4, 2007

I just had to do this

If you thought graphic novels (or put plainly, comics) were all about Superman and the massively overrated Spiderman, you thought wrong. I mean, I've been reading comics for about 2 odd years now and let me tell you that there's a whole plethora of great titles out there which hardly features men in tights. Heck, I've even got Alisa hooked to some of my stuff. Here are some essential readings from my personal library:


The story revolve around fables that you and I have got to know when we were little kids. The big bad wolf, Snow White, Goldilocks, the 3 little pigs and many more appear in this comic. Apparently all of these fables lived in their own world called the Homelands and it was invaded by an evil force called the Adversary. Forced to leave or be enslaved by the baddies, they now live peacefully in exile, in a town within New York. They now assume human form while trying to live a normal life away from the humans. You just know that things won't go well when you have the likes of Snow White managing the town with a reformed Big Bad Wolf playing the town's detective/sheriff. Conspiracies, invasions and love triangles aplenty; and Fables is even thought to be better than the critically acclaimed Sandman series by Neil Gaiman. Not bad at all.

The Walking Dead

After my friend, Ismet, introduced me to Volume 1 of The Walking Dead I was next seen at Kino buying Volume 2 and 3. Fucking good comic I tell you. Policeman Rick Grimes wakes up from his coma one day to find out that his town is practically a ghost town and is overrun by zombies. Although this may sound like the beginning of the movie 28 Days Later, this is where the similarities end. Rick then goes on to find his family while trying to dodge paranoid survivors and the living dead. Trust me, the zombies are the least of his worries here. Writer Robert Kirkman admits in his introduction that he doesn't intend to illustrate horror and gore but to explore what the world and society will be like in such extreme conditions. The writing is deep and the artwork is in black and white, adding to the grim tone of the script.

Y: The Last Man

Like Walking Dead, the writer does try to make a point about society by putting the protagonist through extreme conditions. However, instead of having him battle zombies he writer has put our main man in every guy's wet dream; being the last man on Earth. A mysterious epidemic swept over world one day and ALL male living things die except for Yorick Brown. The story revolves around Yorick making his way around the world to find his girlfriend while being escorted by a government agent. Things don't get easy when Yorick has to avoid contact with evil feminists and conspiracy theorists plotting his death. Yorick has been likened to tv characters like Eric Forman from That 70's Show and Seth Cohen from The OC so fans of those shows would love what B.K Vaughn has done with this awesome script.

On a side note, the trip to Cafe Del Mar on Saturday went pretty well on my part and the place is just awesome. Super hot bikini girls in the vip pool helped alot with my first time experience to the beach hangout. Til next time people!

Quote of the day: "I'm not really scared of cockroaches now. But snakes still do rank quite high up the phobia list." - Me