Monday, November 20, 2006

www.imsohot.com

I have decided to take a full body photo of myself because I decided that, just like the people who think they're real hot and love taking close-up shots of themselves just to post them on websites, I'm totally freakin' hot and I should just take 50 hot pics of my hot self and post them all on my friendster profile to display my hotness and people from all over the world will want to add the very hot me.



Right so now I'm taking what will be my primary photo which will display my totally freakin' hotness and make people want to look at my 49 other hot pics for my primary picture would only be the tip of the iceberg of my hotness.




'K let me position myself nicely, sitting in front of the computer and wearing headphones.



Holding the camera so that I have to face slightly upwards to look at it,(isn't that what all the hot people do anyway?) closing my right eye, puffing my left cheek and hunching up my left shoulder and making the "V" sign with my left hand and placing it near my puffed cheek. All in a very cute and hot way.








Oh, and by the way, I'm naked.







CLICK!











Crap... Oh well.

Monday, November 13, 2006

For all fat people out there

Note the cool slushing noises.

Friday, November 03, 2006

Batman's darkest secret

Anyone who is a slightest fan of Batman should watch this.

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Your vision is clouded, and it's not because of the dark side

The haze has made quite a number of people feel uneasy or fall sick (I suffered a minor cough myself) so everyone should take good care of themselves. The PSI seems to be going down pretty much, though.

Today's band practice was okay I guess, and it touched on some pretty important issues, but I don't feel like writing them down.

I'm no teddy.

Saturday, October 14, 2006

Xombified chapter 8 is out

Like the title suggests, click the banner above to enter the official site to watch it. The ending is kinda creepy though.

Monday, October 09, 2006

"I am mighty, I am Colossus!"

Had H1 Econs exam today. I actually obtained a personal record of using 4 pieces of paper to answer the questions and amazingly, I managed to finish on time with a few minutes to spare. I just might pass this one, but I'm not placing any bets.

Went home and spent the whole day playing X-men Legends 2.

Having Colossus in the team is so cool. In Act 3 where you have to invade the Madri Temple, he can friggin' bash through half of the walls there, and his attacks are so great, with powerful radial attacks using warstomp-like powers, though there's always the problem of having little energy. I'm currently trying to master his Russian accent.

Here are some of his quotes:
"I am mighty, I am Colossus!"
"Need a break? Or did I just give you one?!"
"I cannot be beaten!"
"Haha! I enjoy this very much!"

Am I retarded? Da. (and I meant da as in yes for Russian not duh 'cause duh is for metros)

Sunday, October 01, 2006

Stairway to Heaven - Led Zeppelin

There's a lady who's sure all that glitters is gold
And she's buying a stairway to heaven
And when she gets there she knows if the stores are all closed
With a word she can get what she came for

And she's buying a stairway to heaven

There's a sign on the wall but she wants to be sure
'Cause you know sometimes words have two meanings
In the tree by the brook there's a songbird who sings
Sometimes all of our thoughts are misgiven

Woe oh oh oh oh oh
Makes me wonder

Woe oh oh oh oh oh
Makes me wonder

There's a feeling I get when I look to the west
And my spirit is crying for leaving
In my thoughts I have seen rings of smoke through the trees
And the voices of those who stand looking

Woe oh oh oh oh oh
It makes me wonder

Woe oh oh oh oh oh
Really makes me wonder

And it's whispered that soon, if we all call the tune
Then the piper will lead us to reason
And a new day will dawn for those who stand long
And the forests will echo with laughter

Woe oh oh oh oh oh

If there's a bustle in your hedgerow
Don't be alarmed now
It's just a spring clean for the May Queen
Yes there are two paths you can go by
But in the long run
There's still time to change the road you're on

And it makes me wonder


Your head is humming and it won't go
Because you don't know
The piper's calling you to join him
Dear lady can you hear the wind blow
And did you know
Your stairway lies on the whispering wind

[Guitar solo]

And as we wind on down the road
Our shadows taller than our souls
There walks a lady we all know
Who shines white light and wants to show

How everything still turns to gold
And if you listen very hard
The tune will come to you at last
When all are one and one is all
To be a rock and not to roll

And she's buying a stairway to heaven


Heheh learning to play now. No, of course obviously not the guitar solo. Are you stupid or are you stupid?!

Sunday, September 24, 2006

Argh can't seem to improve

My range isn't wide enough, my vibrato isn't dramatic enough and my pitching isn't precise enough.

Saturday, September 09, 2006

Eagleheart - Stratovarius


The video is slightly ahead of the audio, but it's the same for all of them on youtube. Still good, though.

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

For the Man, Mr. Steve Irwin

I guess that by now everyone knows that the late great Mr. Steve Irwin was killed by a stingray. The fact that I don't have Animal Planet or Discovery Channel at home doesn't deter me from respecting him and loving what he does. It's really sad to know that such a kind and energetic guy like him was so conveniently killed by a friggin' fish, which he did not provoke in any way and yet it still attacked him.

His death was really big not only because he was famous but also because there were hardly any cases like this. This is really unbelievable. Here's an article with a video footage:

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/09/05/entertainment/main1965695.shtml?source=RSS&attr=HOME_1965695

All animal lovers, including me, shall mourn for him.

Sunday, September 03, 2006

Ladies and gentleman, Mr Tobias Sammet


This here is Tobias Sammet, the guy who formed Edguy and created Avantasia, and wrote most of their songs which all sound great. I only wish I could look and/or sing like him. Not that I'm gay or anything, so I wouldn't know how the ladies think he looks, but hey, who wouldn't wanna trade a face like mine for his?

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Solitary Shell - Dream Theater

Solitary Shell

Solitary Shell by Dream Theater LIVE at Budokan.

When my printer prints, it makes my monitor wobble like those head-bobbing toys.

Saturday, August 26, 2006

Mr Sammet speaks

I was reading a Q&A part from www.tobiassammet.com, the website of Edguy's vocalist and I gotta show this to everybody. (vulgarities have been edited for a friendlier read)

QUESTION: Do you think music 20 or 30 years from now will be much different than today? And will it be better, or worse? P.S. I saw you guys last summer at BB Kings in NYC... it was one of the best sets I've seen, you guys rocked. - Mike

TOBIAS: That's a tough question: Is nowadays' music better than classic Deep Purple? I don't think so! A good song is a good song and no matter in which way the technical aspects are going to improve - when it's down to go on stage and entertain people with a five-piece-band it's up to the quality of the musicians and the song material. Everything has been done by AC/DC, the Beatles and Deep Purple anyway. New aspects are just a variation in style, arrangement and production. And the more options, tricks and ways to cheat you have to produce an album, the more you can ignore the musical aspects, that's why so many young bands are so [expletive] bad and boring on a stage. My target for the future is to make my music breathe and touch the soul and entertain on stage, that's something you can't get from a 20,000 Dollar Pro-Tools plug in or any other studio equipment! We do it the honest way and that's why we are so damn good on stage ;-)

Saturday, August 19, 2006

Insert face of monstrosity here




Above is a sketch of me on a lecture desk by Gabrielle during Econs lecture. See the resemblance? Me neither. But according to her it's "damn handsome lah!", which is a statement I strongly disagree with.

Photo-taking is coming on Monday and once again I will be cracking the camera lens with my less-than-handsome face, and if the picture is gonna be just like back in secondary school where we all sit/stand in three or four rows, I'm very likely to be right in front. The last time I wasn't in front was back in sec 2 when I tripped over a bag whilst running to assembly and flew a metre in the air before landing on the extremely rough ground and leaving my shirt dirty as hell and a scar on my left shoulder, which still remains, so I had to stand right behind Paul Rimba when taking the photo. Heheh.

Rise of the Morning Glory by Edguy is super nice.

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Lavatory Love Machine - Edguy

Just a little sample of what Edguy does. Kinda funny.



Haha. This is one of their slower but more humorous songs. They don't have that many videos I think but their music is enough to do the talking. Everyone should go check them out.

'K so my youtube account will only feature videos which I have made myself or my friends have taken of me. Any other videos that I find cool will be posted here and/or as my favourites in my youtube account. You may or may not know, and you may or may not be interested, but Totally Glam pt 4 is already out. However, blip.tv has problems posting the video on my other blog. I think I'm gonna delete that blog soon since it's kinda redundant and it doesn't work sometimes.

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Beauty is where now?

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But I'd be pretty freaked out to be staring straight into the eye of something that looks like this:




Wahaha!

Monday, July 31, 2006

We Don't Need a Hero - Edguy

When you wake up in the fire
And your harbor lies in ruins
You wonder why the giant has been shot
Fired off down from the sky

You plead for explantation
Is it accident or rule
And where is your childhood hero
To drive all the demons away

What if the light
Shines in darkness my friend
And darkness just can't comprehend
So blaze the trail on your own
Go it alone

We are falling - falling to rise
Pain is the guide out of the wastelands
We don't need a hero
We are falling - falling to rise
No charlatan to show you the light
We don't need a hero

Indignty is the leader
To escort us to fen
Where they say the light is endemic
If only I could comprehend

Now you're old enough to face it
Rabble's stones give pain
Hit you as they watch your tracks
Apart from the way that they understand

What if the light
Shines in darkness my friend
And darkness just can't comprehend
So blaze the trail on your own
Go it alone

We are falling - falling to rise
Pain is the guide out of the wastelands
We don't need a hero
We are falling - falling to rise
No charlatan to show you the light
We don't need a hero

[super cool guitar interval]

We are falling to rise
We are falling - falling to rise
Pain is the guide out of the wastelands
We don't need a hero
We are falling - falling to rise
No charlatan to show you the light
We don't need a hero

Oh we don't need a hero
No we don't need a hero

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Satanic, my arse

I am so sick of dumb rumours which defame good people and good bands. Just because these people were famous in trying times and misbehave a bit doesn't mean they are satanic. In fact, I've tried searching the web about rumours involving KISS, AC/DC and even Marilyn Manson, and there is not one article I can find which proves that they truly are satanic.

People who spread or believe in these rumours seriously need to lighten up. They can claim all they want that these people are satanic and have no concrete evidence to back it up. As a matter of fact, I have found several articles which prove otherwise.

KISS
http://www.kissasylum.com/dalesherman/issue5.shtml
http://www.snopes.com/music/hidden/kiss.htm

AC/DC
http://experts.about.com/q/AC-DC-369/x.htm

Marilyn Manson
http://urbanlegends.about.com/library/blmanson.htm?once=true

Now you may say that these articles could be written by their minions to cover up the fact that they are satanic, but at least there are articles which support the fact that they are not, and few, if not none, which prove that they are. Okay, I'm not sure about Marilyn Manson; to me that guy is just a little disturbed, but that killing of animals thing is just dumb.

If I were to be as sensitive as the dumbasses who believe in those false rumours, I would go like this:

Marvel Comics is satanic (Daredevil, Ghost Rider)
Dark Horse Comics is satanic (Hellboy)
DC Comics is satanic (Hellblazer)
Image Comics is satanic (Spawn)
Elvis Presley is satanic (shaking of booty is wrong)
Pirates of the Caribbean is satanic (involves "the Devil of the seas", and an exposed beating heart)
Britney Spears is satanic (don't know, just feel like putting it down)
Winnie the Pooh is satanic (he doesn't wear pants, and has no private parts of any sort)
Hard Gay is satanic (refer to Elvis argument)
All forms of Rock'n'Roll are satanic
All forms of metal are satanic

Sunday, July 16, 2006

Ghost Rider/Spider-man 3

Wahaha I've got Ghost Rider fever! I bought my first comic yesterday (Ghost Rider #1, credit to Mengjie) and saw the movie trailers. Kept watching them over and over again. I wanna ride on Johnny Blaze's fire bike 'cause it's much faster than any normal bike and looks cooler than a Harley, but there are three setbacks that make this pretty impossible, one being that Johnny Blaze doesn't actually exist in this universe, another one being I'm not sure if his bike will turn me into a roasted piggy, and the last reason will be because the knowledge of me riding on a motorcycle with a freaky yet cool-looking leather-clothed burning skeleton biker would give my parents the shock of their lives. I guess if I'm lucky I'll dream about it.

Here are the links to the two trailers.

http://www.apple.com/trailers/sony_pictures/ghostrider/teaser1/medium.html

http://www.apple.com/trailers/sony_pictures/ghostrider/internationalteaser/medium.html

Notice the short scene of him riding beside another Ghost Rider on a horse? I wonder who that is...

Like any other Marvel comic-based movie, the story in the movie will be different from the one in the comic, and there are a bunch of characters in the movie that I've never heard of. Not even my good friend, Wiki, can tell me about those characters. However, since he is one of my favourite comic characters, it should be alright heheh. Can't wait for it to show in cinemas, which will be the fifteenth of February of next year for us according to the website.

Some changes are good for the film, I guess. Just look at the Spider-man films. Oh by the way, I saw the trailer for Spider-man 3 as well, and it looks pretty good too with the story involving the symbiote suit, but the trailer never showed any scenes with Venom inside, although it did show Eddie Brock. So if I'm not wrong, there will be three villains: Sandman, Venom and the new Green Goblin, Harold Osborn.

Thursday, July 06, 2006

And not from too much beer

Had three waves of hiccups today so far. One in the classroom, one in the computer lab and now while typing this crap for unfortunate people to read. Haven't had hiccups in a while and now having three waves in one day. And it's not because I drank beer. My seismic belly and man-boobs did not come from alcoholic drinks. The hiccups I'm having now actually hurt a bit. It's kinda fascinating that there is still no official cure for hiccups.

Note: The next time you experience hiccups, try coughing and see if a hiccup will follow immediately. It works for me and it's kinda fun. I call it a coughup. Perhaps if you make many coughups, it will compensate for the hiccups you were supposed to have had in the next few minutes and so your hiccups will stop sooner?

Mr Lester Lim actually told me I'm quite a celebrity because he spotted students from his class watching the Infinity Samosa. If you happen to be one of those people and have stumbled along this blog (which is kinda like stepping on a pile of warm green sizzling elephant crap), please rate the video, preferably one with a high number of stars. I mean the only rating for the video was by me. How sad is that?

Oh and there has been a rise in the number of people on my MSN contact list having emo nicks, which has also been noticed by Aaron. Why are youngsters today so emo? Why can't they put something positive instead? I'm so against emo that I'm afraid I might become so passionate about it and become emo myself.

School ends early tomorrow so I will have time to go see Desmond. I am going to fail the proficiency test so badly that the last time I ever failed so badly for any test would be since... the last time I failed so badly for any test... which would be an A-math test I took back in sec 3 where I got 0/20 along with one other dude.

My hiccups are still not stopping.

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Metal greatness

Tobias Sammet, the vocalist of Edguy, made a symphonic metal album (yes, there is such a thing as symphonic metal album) which started production back in 1999 and was completed in 2002 and he called it Avantasia: The Metal Opera (yes, metal and opera can be put together to form a phrase) which consisted of two parts and tell a cool fairy tale. Okay it's old but I'm quite a retro and old-fashioned person.

WIKI!!!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avantasia

I went to Amazon to check out the two albums and the site had sound samples for part 1 which sounded like *exaggerated voice dragging and slurring starts here* sooo freakin' nyyeeese oh my Gaaawwwd *exaggerated voice dragging and slurring ends here* and made me wanna buy them, but I don't think they will have it here in Singapore. There are lots of talented high-pitched guy singers from Europe who are supposedly very popular where they came from in this album and they all play the role of a character in the story, but the main character is of course played by Tobias Sammet.

Also, Ultimate Spider-man on Xbox is *exaggerated voice dragging and slurring starts here* sooo freakin' nyyeeese oh my Gaaawwwd *exaggerated voice dragging and slurring ends here*. The web-swinging looks so cool but the voice-actor makes him sound like he's some nerd, and for some reason Venom cannot shoot webs but can jump to the roof of a ten-storey building from the ground floor in one leap.

Tomorrow is a holiday for me but I will have to study for Computing coming up on Friday.

"Donald Duck never wore pants, but whenever he got out of the shower, he always had a towel around his waist."

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Fishing is strictly prohibited in the aeroplane

Back from the band Thailand trip yesterday. It was kinda fun and I realized how much I sucked compared to the people we met. Guys who were fifteen or sixteen and started playing the French horn a year or two after me played much better than me. To think that some people actually said I was good. I guess it's all relative. To me I will always suck until someone really important in my life tells me that I don't, although I have no idea who that person is and how that person will be related to me.

I'm typing with one hand right now because the televison is being watched and I have to use my right hand to hold the soundblaster to my ear to listen to the greatness of Edguy. Right now I'm listening to "Wasted Time". Their version of metal is so nice.

Oh and tabs from My Song Book can't be downloaded anymore due to copyright issues. I wonder why it's even still up.

I really wish the geniuses from Bungie would consider having Halo 3 on the original Xbox together with Xbox360. I could never dream of getting a 360.

Thursday, May 25, 2006

Filming is fun

The first part of the flip animation trilogy is almost upon completion so for Crappyass Flip Animation fans (if there are any in the first place), hold your breath for just a little longer.

A class skit called the Infinity Samosa starring Bong and I and filmed and directed by Yong Sheng is also on YouTube. It makes totally no sense but it's just quite fun to watch. The only storyline is there's this dark blue samosa called the Infinity Samosa (inspired by Marvel's Infinity Gems)which grants its bearer superpowers, although it doesn't seem like it in the video. And it's just a school tie bundled up to a triangular shape to look like a samosa. It's just something that we did after school 'cause we had nothing else to do. Just type "Infinity Samosa" in the search bar. There will only be one result.

Also the X-men movie was, in my humble opinion, a total fluke. It hardly followed the comic at all and some good guys died for the lamest reasons, although the fighting was quite cool and it was nice to see Angel flying around. Marvel fans will probably spit at the screen.

Sunday, May 14, 2006

EdGuy


I've just discovered a really cool band called EdGuy. At first I thought their genre was punk rock but after some research from a certain reliable source (*cough* wiki *cough*) I found out it was power metal. It's very nice and has an epic feel to it, and it's not vulgar or anything. Ignore the fire and everything. They're not satanic. You guys should check it out. They're not like super noisy or something.

Oh yeah, I've got three more new videos in my video blog. The ones I mentioned previously. Remember if you wanna watch but can't seem to through the blog itself then you can go to my YouTube link at the bottom of the video blog and watch them there.

Friday, May 05, 2006

Shin-Scavenger

Today just before band I finished bandmate Andy's leftovers which was about half a fish fillet, a quarter of a chicken drumstick and a sixth of a plate of rice. My scavenging days are probably back again.

Also, I have suddenly become obsessed with executing PK rolls and classmate Yong Sheng has filmed some using his phone.

The Shin-Scavenger has been unleashed. He is a hideous fat monster who somehow is able to do crazyass retarded tricks like a freakin' ninja and swings a string with keys at the end as if it were a weird sort of weapon or something. He also feeds on leftovers of the human males who are unable to finish their meal. He leaves the females' alone because he doesn't wanna be accused of nor wanna do indirect kissing.

"God gave Rock n' Roll to you." - KISS

Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Death is a funny thing...

Well I got killed in Legend of the Green Dragon by a Halfling Mage. Couldn't be bothered to play anymore and winning favour with Ramius for him to ressurrect me because I got pissed at the fact that I lost all my gold on hand and 10% of my experience. I'll just wait for the next game day and be automatically ressurrected.

This reminds me of how much we fear death when we don't even know for sure where we go after we die. Probably because probably nobody has died and come back to tell us, at least not in this era. The fear of the unknown overtakes us and we don't want to know about it.

It's like some big exam, like the 'O' Levels. Many wish the day never comes, but since no human has perfected the art of time travel, you have to face it one day, and the results will be the fruit of what you have done to prepare for this "form of judgment".

Do I go to Heaven or Hell, or do these places actually exist? Do I wander around as a spirit? Do we reincarnate into some other being depending on the deeds we've done in our lives? Is there even an afterlife? Or do we just die and be gone like we never had existed, leaving an empty shell behind, just like the unworthy dragons who lived in the world of Dragonheart?

Heheh dumb rhetorical questions. Ok I'm kinda young for this I guess. My current life is already so screwed up. Shouldn't care about the afterlife yet.

"Today is the first day of the rest of your life."

Monday, April 24, 2006

Post-concert post

Right so concert went pretty well I guess but maybe except for Overture 1812 which suffered some tempo problems (I think many people would agree with me on this). The thing that made this concert easier than a St Gab's concert is that obviously this band's standard is higher than that of St Gab's which is a bit of a confidence booster and that the place had a "warmer" atmosphere, more like a party rather than a performance. Could be because we just wore long sleeve shirts and ties rather than tuxes. I almost shat myself before the concert but didn't even break a sweat from the second half onwards. I'll have to give credit to the emcees for keeping the spirits of the audience up.

This was the first concert where I heard people shout out my name the moment I went on stage and also the first where I received flowers. Okay so I'm a loser. Quit laughing.

Haha Mr. Seville looked really rockin' with his hair and no specs.

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Forever - KISS




I gotta tell you what I'm feelin' inside, I could lie to myself, but it's true
There's no denying when I look in your eyes, girl I'm out of my head over you
I lived so long believin' all love is blind
But everything about you is tellin' me this time

It's forever, this time I know and there's no doubt in my mind
Forever, until my life is through, girl I'll be lovin' you forever

I hear the echo of a promise I made
When you're strong you can stand on your own
But those words grow distant as I look at your face
No, I don't wanna go it alone
I never thought I'd lay my heart on the line
But everything about you is tellin' me this time

It's forever, this time I know and there's no doubt in my mind
Forever, until my life is through, girl I'll be lovin' you forever (yeah!)

I see my future when I look in your eyes
It took your love to make my heart come alive
Cos I lived my life believin' all love is blind
But everything about you is tellin' me this time

It's forever, this time I know and there's no doubt in my mind
Forever, until my life is through, girl I'll be lovin' you forever

It's forever, this time I know and there's no doubt in my mind
Forever, until my life is through, girl I'll be lovin' you forever


Ahh, rock ballads rock.

Sunday, April 16, 2006

What, no chocolate bunny?

Ok today is Easter which represents the day when Jesus ressurected after the cruel slow painful death that he suffered. Everybody who was present at that time must have either been super freaked out or super happy to see him, which raises the question "what the hell does the ressurection of Jesus Christ have anything to do with a talking two-legged rabbit running around hiding colourful chocolate eggs behind rocks?"

Man's best friend is not a dog. It's Wiki.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter_bunny

System Of A Down's latest album, Hypnotize, has been out for a while but I haven't had the chance to buy it because of the small amount of pocket money I recieve and my huge appetite. I still owe Jade three dollars but that's only because What's-His-Face owes me five.

The encore piece for the upcoming concert sounds quite cool because it reminds me about the childhood of the average little boy who watches the freakin' Power Rangers. The new versions are crappy. I still remember the very first version where the Black Ranger, Zach, was actually black and he used Hip Hop to fight with the puddies. It was kinda cool to watch.

Then there was Tommy the Green Ranger who gets all the attention because he has his own personalised armour with the giant shoulder pad thingys and his very own toy robot to play with. He also played his little flute to input commands to the robot which was also kinda cool to watch. However the fact that the rangers took advice from a floating holographic head named Zordon and a semi-retarded robot named Alpha 5 was kinda stupid.

I also remember the time when sometimes the enemy was too much for the rangers to handle and suddenly out of nowhere this huge brachiosaurus lookalike robot with huge freakin' lasers appeared and spammed the enemy with them.

Ok why the hell I'm suddenly so obsessed with talking about Power Rangers I do not know. Guess I have nothing better to do.


Saturday, April 15, 2006

O RLY?


Haha the O RLY? owl. Isn't it cute...

Well haven't been using Hello for quite a while because the computer screwed up and we had to delete everything and the downloading client for Hello was down for a while so I thought I should update with a picture.

Thursday, April 06, 2006

ME in a P.E. shirt... wtf???!?!!?!

'K I've been wanting to write about this for quite some time but never really got the chance to 'cause my damned com is in the living room. A blog is meant for everyone in the world to read except for your family.

Right as the title of today's post implies, the main thing about this post is about the last mass PE I had, which was on Tuesday. At first it was normal, like the usual infinite numbers of pushups and sit-ups we had to do (well actually it was just about 60 pushups and 30 sit-ups but I'm just exaggerating 'cause I'm fat with a huge F) and then there was the good ol' GST (Grand Stand Training, also affectionally known as Grand Stand Torture). After that we had to squat very slightly and do a horse stance, arms out and opening and closing our hands, taking turns to shout "one two three four five I love P.E.!" Since when did education encourage us to lie?

I realized that the bottom rubber layer of my right shoe was falling apart. More than half of it was already hanging out. To make matters worse we had to run around the track.

Usually I wouldn't say I ran six rounds but that I completed six rounds. I was so fed up with having to run in a funny way 'cause of my shoe so I tore the whole thing out. When I completed the first round Mr Issac Lim (did I spell that right?) shouted in his usual sadistic tone "What are you holding? You have lost your sole, but do you still have the spirit?"

What the hell that was so damn lame I almost felt like chopping one of his legs off. I threw the rubber thingy down and was laughing for quite a while. Naturally, I didn't complete the rounds on time 'cause I was walking more than three quarters along the way. I had to do Operation YMCA (You Must Come Again) and I couldn't even clear one round. Gosh I'm fat.

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Beauty is only skin-deep, and without your skin you'd look horrid

Alright so what the hell should I write about this time? Now that a considerable number of people are actually reading this bullcrap which I type about my dumbass worthless life, I'm under a little more stress than usual. But hey, I'm short, I'm fat, I'm fugly, the number of female friends I have can be counted with just one of my fat hands, I hardly hang out at Orchard or Bugis or any of those "hip" and "cool" places and I suck at schoolwork. I should be dead in the first place, and since I'm not, I'll just have to live with stress. Don't worry, I won't commit sepukku because Master Kanbei from Samurai 7 taught me not to value death.

Right so I shall tell you people about what happened last Saturday night. Hao and I actually had a plan to go out under Muthu's house and play basketball(I know, basketball and me just don't fit). Hao was the one to bring the ball. When he saw me he "thundered" the ball towards me, thinking I would be able to catch it. However his aim was off and the ball hit the top of the signpost that displayed the block numbers, and the lamp broke off and landed on the grass. I went "oh shit!" and took off towards Muthu's house as fast as I could. Hao picked up the ball and followed.

We went under the void deck of Muthu's house and called him down. He brought along a soccer ball but it didn't matter because we didn't really get a chance to play at all since all the courts were actually occupied. So instead of playing we went sat down and talked.

Well that was basically what happened. The next day the the lamp cover was put back on top by someone but it was so crooked and all messed up, and since the lamp itself was broken, it would make no difference at night.

Right so here is a list of stuff I've learnt so far in 2006.

- how to fry an egg
- how to buy stuff at Subway
- girls actually sometimes wear p.e. pants beneath their skirts to prevent being "exposed" (not that I actually look on purpose)
- there's a direct bus from my house to Far East (105)
- two guys whom I've probably never met in my life before going to JC actually live just opposite of me, and we're actually in the same CCA
- there is a difference between a beautiful person and someone who is beautiful

Right let me explain the last point. I had been in an all-boys environment for ten frickin' years and had hardly communed with members of the opposite gender except for members of the family and my maid, and I only looked at pictures of friend's female friends and most of the time I only said "wah sick". I realize that's very un-gentlemanly and real stupid.

Now that I'm in Dual-gender World, I find that many of the people whom I would have found real sick-looking on the computer monitor are actually beautiful in real life. Being someone who is beautiful just means you're hot, and being a beautiful person means something much more than that.

If you look past the hideousness, I'm really a happy person with happy feelings.

Oh crap what the hell am I saying.

Thursday, March 09, 2006

The Finale night

Okay today was pretty much a day of humiliation.

Haha my father just read the first line and asked me "why humiliation?" and I said "I anyhow write one."

Right, back to the point. First thing we did today was go to our class and talk a little and play some bonding games or so they call them. Nothing much humiliating, but the good stuff comes later.

If you can't be bothered to read about my day, you may leave. If you wanna find something to laugh at me about then read on for loads.

The first dumb thing happened at a mass dance session. Because my class consists only of two females, the facilitators had to pull unfortunate ladies to dance with us. The girl who was unfortunate enough to have to dance with me was kinda hot, and the first thing she did when she saw me was burst out in "omg" laughter and shout to my facilitator "HUH BUT HE'S TOO SHORT!" Inside I was like "Mula Picha" and outside I was like "ok..."

I forgot who asked for who's name, but she was the first to say hers. I shall not reveal her name because of the sudden rise in the number of my readers. I told her my name and that I was only 1.60m tall. She turned out to be really nice and for the first time I was actually enjoying myself during mass dance. I also think I've never talked to a girl for such a long duration before. She was really into... the dance and I got more and more into... the dance along with her. She even taught me some of the steps that I wasn't familiar with. Don't ask me to do it for you to see or I'll break you.

She complained about the place being too hot. Then, the lamest thing happened. When the facilitators were demonstrating something, she just walked away. I thought she was going to stand in front of the air-con to cool off and would be coming back soon, but it turned out she went off to dance with one of her girlfriends. I can't really blame her for that, because dancing with one of her girlfriends would probably make her happier than dancing with me. After all, who would rather dance with a noob-looking fella like me than with her friend? I just wish she didn't make it seem quite rude.

Well my facilitator realized I didn't have a partner anymore and he went off to go look for her or something I guess. The one who was dancing with him paired up with me instead.

Okay after that we went to the police academy opposite the school and played dumb games under the sun. First up was some swimming game. Our class had to take turns swimming across the pool in pairsand take a gambling chip and swim back. The team with the most chips was the winner. Time was up before I even participated but when the team wanted to play a prank on the facilitator and pull him in, he pulled me in and we both fell in.

Okay after that we played dodgeball. Halfway throughout the game I was wetting a ball when I turned around and in less than a second a ball hit me smack in the face.

Well nothing much humiliating happened after that but she and I made eye contact during a break in the canteen and we both smiled and waved. Ain't that great.

I made nunchakus out of two glowsticks and a red ribbon and I'm about to go play them now.

Saturday, March 04, 2006

Ready for the new school year?

Right so CJC sent me a letter telling me to go there on Monday. I'll have to figure out how to get there using that JAE guidebook. The letter also told me to go there in St Gab's uniform so I had to buy a new pairs of St Gab's pants because I've put on "a few" kilos since last year. My current pants size is 38, with the buttons at the side made tighter. It makes the pants go down by one size, I think, so my actual size should be 37. Can you imagine what it was like for me to be a size 37 and wear my size 32 pants to collect my 'O' Levels results, plus the fact that I had to sit cross-legged on the floor in the school hall making me worry about splitting my pants and that my shirt was kinda wet with the aircon blowing at me making me shiver like something that shivers in the cold, adding to the stress I already had? Dammit, paragraphing, paragraphing.

Ah, new paragraph. Anyway my xbox abusing days are going to be pretty much over. Also I think Thumbs Wars is really funny. You guys should go download it, especially if you are a Star Wars fan. The film was written by Steve Oedekerk, who is the guy who made Kung Pow: Enter the Fist.

"I am Oobeedoob Benubi. I have the silliest name in the galaxy."
"What's your middle name?"
"Scooby Dooby."
"Oobeedoob Scooby Dooby Benubi?"
"One and the same."

I'm currently downloading Kung Pow and the Blair Thumb. The downloading of the Blair Thumb is kinda weird because the time remaining keeps jumping from 18 hours to 1 hour plus. I also wanted to download Frankenthumb but it seems there are too few sources or something.

Oh and one last thing. The Silent Assassin is now available online on my video blog.

Saturday, February 18, 2006

The Silent Assassin

Alright so it's Catholic Junior College for me. I'm around two third on the way to mastering "Good Riddance" by Green Day on the guitar and will soon be moving on to "Tears In Heaven". My third flip animation movie is going to be out soon on the other blog, once I fix the problem with my video hosting account. It's called "The Silent Assassin". I'm still working on my fourth one but unlike the others, it actually has a bit of a storyline and will stretch to about three or four exercise books.

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

My mind is finally made up

'K I made up my mind and I'm going to a JC. The only thing now is to decide which one I'll go to. I decided it's still a little early to be thinking about what kind of job I want. I'll have to tell myself to work harder from now on, and hopefully the good attitude will last for more than a month.

Tomorrow's the deadline.

Wooo, so romantic

Today's Valentine's Day and I'm staying home to slack as if it were any other day. Congrats to me.

My stupid sis has been hogging the com as usual today. Sitting on the wooden chair for 10 hours straight and another 2 later. I hope she gets the piles or something.

Damn it, it's so hard to decide which courses to choose, especially when you got twelve slots to fill in.

I haven't stepped out of the house the whole of yesterday. Finished a new flip animation quite some time ago but haven't managed to get it on video yet. Working on a new one (involving decapitation, of course) and might be posting both of them by the end of this week, if I'm not spending too much time thinking about the courses I want to take. *crowd goes hurray*

Sunday, February 12, 2006

Two paths, one choice

Dammit when I thought I was going to poly for sure, I didn't really think much about the choices I had to make but now that I'm able to go to a JC, I've got a big headache.

If I choose poly, I have to make sure I choose the right course.
If I choose JC, I need perseverence.

Well, at least that's what I think.

Can't be bothered to write much. I gotta read the whole damn yellow book tomorrow.

Thursday, February 09, 2006

'O' Levels results out tomorrow

Ok I'm a little nervous about that but since there's nothing I can do about that, I won't write about it.

About that funny thing that happened that day: My family, except my grandfather, and I were at this party at a family friend's house. We were all sitting on small plastic chairs, barely large enough to support the weight of my sister's big arse. She tried to move forward a little without standing up when one of her chair's legs broke and she fell backwards. I could have sworn I felt a slight breeze and a little tremor emitting from her when she landed, but since it's not true I won't.

Damn it. I don't know if I can fit in my school pants anymore.

Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Xombie Chapter 7 is out now

Like what the title says, Chapter 7 of my favourite online animated series is out. Click on the link at the right to check it out. Also, something real funny happened last night but because the person involved in the incident is at home right now and my damned com is in the living room, I'll tell you guys next time.

Saturday, January 21, 2006

Got my videos in

'K the video thing is set up. Take a look at them and leave comments if you want.

Friday, January 20, 2006

Time to display my videos

I've made another blog to let others view my videos. It's the last link under the "comrades" category. Yeah that isn't a comrade but I can't be bothered to make a category just for that one link. There aren't any videos available yet because I'm looking for a good website to put them in. The videos I have in mind are the two flip animation films I made and the famous Shtyle video, the one where I failed that standing-up stunt.

Thursday, January 19, 2006

Instrumental punk sounds great to me

Guys if you're a fan of punk or have nothing to do go to this website.

http://www.evil-dog.com/

I've heard all of this guy's work under the punk category and to me it all rocks. I don't know if all of his work is considered punk rock but I think it is. And there's this flash document called Punk-o-matic, which allows you to "compose" your own pieces and share them with your friends. I've known about it for quite a long time now but didn't really talk about it much since the offline version was no longer available, but now that it's back on the website I encourage all lovers of this genre to give it a try.

I think he played all the parts for all his work and put them together. Ain't that cool.

'K Animania is going to begin soon.

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Holidays are getting boring

Damn I completed both Halo 2 and Conker long ago and I can't get past a level in Kingdom Under Fire. My brother traded Winning Eleven for Baldur's Gate with his friend and so now the Xbox has not much to offer me anymore. I've got no money to buy new games and the com is constantly hogged.

The only thing I can do now is take part in Playworks contests every month and hope to win games. I took part in the latest one and the prize is the King Kong game but today's the closing date and they haven't sms-ed me, so much hope is lost.

Well at least I'm going to the Dream Theater concert and that's something I'm looking forward to. However I'll have to get a job after the concert to pay my parents the money for the ticket.

Also I found an old guitar under the void deck near the school, which could occupy my time a little. The former owner of the guitar wrote the words "NIRVANA IS STILL ALIVE" on it with some lyrics and a picture of an ace of hearts playing card. I've found a website where there are free guitar lessons. It's like an online "Best in Class".

Friday, January 13, 2006

Ah, a breakfasty lunch

Had a nice sandwich I made for lunch. Today was the third time I ever fried and egg by myself in my whole life. The sandwich was pretty thick. It was layered like this:

Bread
Ketchup
Mayo
Tomato slices
Leg ham
Cheese (partially melted due to the heat from the fried egg)
Fried egg
Bread

I think it's kind of strange to put cheese and egg together, but then again I'm the Scavenger.

I think the Extreme Ghostbusters theme is kind of cool, with a rock feel to it, making it sound extreme, which adds sense to the title, otherwise the show would be called "The New Ghostbusters With Only One of the Old Dudes Left". I actually bang my head to the theme, and have decided to add it to my blog.