The Thursday I Discovered This Blog Mentioned In The World Sex Guide Forum


09.30 am – Took out a round, dark green watermelon and

started slicing it

into pieces suitable for consumption.

Took out 2 ziploc bags and

kept the rest while

leaving these 2.

Completed this day’s breakfast with oats,

toasted baguettes and

a bowl of soft boiled eggs.

10.00 am – Robert Kuok’s notes for the past 60 years.

robert kuok

Tan Sri Robert Kuok Hock Nien (born 6 October 1923, in Johor Bahru, Johor), is an influential Malaysian Chinese businessman. According to Forbes his net worth is estimated to be around $10 billion on May 2008, making him the richest person in Southeast Asia. He is media shy and discreet; most of his businesses are privately held by him or his family. Apart from a multitude of enterprises in Malaysia , his companies have investments in many countries throughout Asia . His business interests range from sugarcane plantations (Perlis Plantations Bhd), sugar refinery, flour milling, animal feed, oil and mining to finance, hotels, properties, trading, freight and publishing.

Robert Kuok Hock Nien’s notes on the past sixty years

(On the occasion of Kuok Group

The Thursday I Watched Dalai Lama Speak At European Parliament 2009


10.00 am – Banana baguettes,

oats milk and

soft boiled eggs for breakfast.

01.00 pm – Lunch.

05.30 pm – Banana baguettes again, for afternoon break.

08.00 pm – Dropped by Island Glades’s newly reopened Delima Mas for dinner for the first time.

Settled on this stall’s

super oily curly noodles herbal chicken soup. Oil control = FAIL.

Walked over to Mutiara Selera’s kuih stall for

a couple of awesome chai kuihs.

12.00 am – Went on a trailer spree.

Shutter Island.

The road.


12.30 am – Watched Dalai Lama speak in the European parliament.

Part 2

Part 3

The quote that appeared LOUDEST to me was :

Obviously, if you use common sense and common experience, how can you develop unity and harmony under fear? Under gun? Illogical! Genuine harmony and unity only come through trust and mutual respect.

It made me think of my beloved Malaysia.

The Wednesday I Watched Mr Siao’s Mandarin Class


08.30 am – “Where’s my banana baguette?”

Had oats milk,

a plate full of banana baguettes

and soft boiled eggs for breakfast.

Round 3, from yesterday.

BEST flu medicine of all.

01.00 pm – Lunch.

Dessert of the season.

~mmMMmmmm… can you smell it?

02.30 pm – Bleach 223

bleach 223

07.00 pm – Checked out features of Apple’s new iPhone 3GS.

08.00 pm – Stir fried Chinese cabbage,

Minced pork corn soup and

curry chicken for


08.30 pm – Watched Phua Chu Kang SDN BHD for the first time. They were so much better during the Singapore days.

09.00 pm – I heard good stuff about this show so I decided to give it a try. hehe. Turns out, it was good!

12.00 am – zzzzzzzZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzz

The Wednesday I Watched Heroes’ Season 3 Finale


10.00 am – Had banana baguettes,

oats milk and

soft boiled eggs for breakfast.

01.00 pm – I usually have kiam chai boey when I only get to eat

1 or 2 of my favourite dishes.

02.00 pm – Bleach 218.

bleach 218

05.00 pm – Tea break!

05.30 pm – HIMYM s04e22

06.00 pm – Cooked the last of Mamee’s kari berapi.


06.30 pm – Heroes s03e24


07.30 pm – Heroes s03e25. I wonder how are they gonna combine the 2 characters in Season 4.


08.30 pm – Transformers Official Final Trailer. OMFG. I came in my pants. Too cool! Mindblasting!

09.00 pm – Badminton @ Chung Hwa.

11.00 pm – Supper consisted of minced pork with scrambled eggs,

leftover tofu and


12.30 am – zzzzzzzZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzz