Saturday, September 26

How To Stay Loyal To Your Woman

Every man has got a favourite food, a favourite sport or a favourite band.
The same can be said about their taste in women.
Look at a man's dating history & you will see that he has a preference for one certain type of woman.
That’s his favourite type.

Some men will go goo goo over girls with big boobies or a tight ass.
Some collect life-sized Barbies.
While I prefer smart girls...
Thinking back, I realise that I have a soft spot for slim, chic, adorably nerdy-looking girls in glasses.
These girls are hard to find in the right combination but once I see one, I'm just not myself!

These girls compel you to step over & make a fool of yourself by saying hi.
Oh, hello. There’s one right there!
Okay, take 3 deep breaths first to calm your nerves & slow your thumping heart.
Now all I have to do is leave my seat & don’t look too awkward as I walk over…
WAIT A MINUTE! I’m already in a relationship!


So what can I do to stay loyal?
What can I do to pacify this fluttering of my heart?
What can I do the quench this fire in my pants?
Especially when my woman is not immediately available?

The answer is simple.
Immediately, give your woman a call.
Pour out your love to her. SINCERELY.
Tell her how much you miss her.
Tell her all the things that you like about her.
After that, I’m sure she’ll have several sweet things to say to you too.

While you’re talking on the phone, move as far away from the new girl as possible!
After the phone call, your desires should subside somewhat.
However, that’s not the end of the story.
Do not feed your thoughts with the other girl.
Busy yourself with something.
An idle mind is the devil’s playground!

Sounds like a lot of work, eh?
Well guys, the truth is staying loyal is NEVER easy…
It takes a lot of commitment & sacrifice.
But let me say that anything you do for your woman is definitely worth it!

taken from
Cheating Doesn't Pay! (Especially When She Finds Out!)

Sunday, September 20

Salam Aidilfitri

Eid ul-Fitr is Arabic for 'festivity for the breaking of fasting'.
Those of you who have no idea should really click to read about it from Wikipedia.
Any Malaysians who have no idea what I'm talking about should really go & jump from the tallest building you can find. Seriously.

Shoutout to my IPBA-rian dudes & dudettes!
Shoutout to my Kuching futsal kakis & buddies & buddettes!
Shoutout to my fellow bloggers!
Shoutout to all you Malayisans studying overseas!
Finally, a shoutout to the Muslims in Malaysia!

You guys, enjoy the festivities!
Being the inspirational & influential & responsible & great teacher I am, I'll be here in the middle of nowhere watching over my wide-eyed & innocent students as they study for SPM & PMR.

Sorry for not sending any SMSes, ya?
No line mah!
Can save money oso!

I'll be back at home on Monday evening & will be visiting my Muslim friends in Kuching with a vengeance the next day!

Here's a special message to the 3 hotties I've been thinking about these few days...
To Beef Rendang, Ketupat & Kek Lapis...
I shall be back to satisfy my carnal desires on you very soon!

P/S: Maaf Zahir & Batin!

Wednesday, September 16

School Schedule for 2010

Here is the school schedule for 2010 from Kementrian Pelajaran Malaysia.
Get your holiday air-tickets now while it's still cheap!!

Semester 1
Sekolah: 4/1 - 12/3 (10 Minggu)
Cuti: 13/3 - 21/3
Sekolah: 22/3 - 4/6 (11 Minggu)
Cuti: 5/6 - 20/6

Semester 2
Sekolah: 21/6 - 3/9 (11 Minggu)
Cuti: 4/9 - 12/9
Sekolah: 13/9-19/11 (10 Minggu)
Cuti: 20/11 - 2/1

Friday, September 11

I ♥ Ramadhan Bazaars!

I absolutely love Ramadhan Bazaars!
Every year I look forward to visiting one of these daily glorious Malay food fairs!
The best of Malay cuisine are not to be found in exquisite exclusive expensive boutique diners.
The best of the best is always born out of years of trial & error in the humble kitchens of everyday makciks!
And just for 30 days a year, these sweaty chubby golden girls share their works with you at a token price of what these priceless creations are worth!

Step into one of these carnivals that can be found all over Malaysia (even in Sibu, Sarawak!) during the Holy month of Ramadhan & breathe in the festivities.
Watch as families, teenagers in school uniforms & senior citizens walk from stall to stall counting their money & wondering what delights they will find in the next stall.
Sample the stalls yourself & you'll find Roti Jala, Kek Lapis, Kari Paf, Tempeh, Agar-Agar, Leko, Ayam Masak Merah, Kari Ayam & Sambal Ikan Billis just to name a few!

However, the beauty of a Ramadhan Bazaar is not found only in the food.
It can also be found in the people.
People of every skin colour, language & social background are welcome to the same location & pay the same price for the same food.
Nobody is special there. Everyone is treated as Malaysians.
Even though we are different in so many ways...
We gather together for the one love that each & every Malaysian shares...
The love for food.

Salam Satu Malaysia!

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