Friday, December 31, 2010

Romantic Tips

** Medical studies show that people in better relationships live longer, healthier lives! ***
*** Forget exercise, vitamins or meditating. The real secret to staying young is love ***

Call to see if you can pick up anything on the way home from work.
Send a dozen roses: 11 red roses and 1 white one. The note: "In every bunch there's one who stands out - and you are that one."

Float a love note in a bottle in the bathtub.

Call him at work and say: "Hello handsome! Are you free tonight?"

"The art of love ... is largely the art of persistence" Dr Albert Ellis

Write him/her a check for one million kisses

Get tulips and attach this note: "I've got two-lips waiting for you!"

Something for the anniversary.... a lottery ticket and a note: "I hit the jackpot when I married you."

Hire a masseuse to give your partner a professional massage at home.

On cold mornings warm up her car.

Bring flowers home for no reason (well, the reason is love).

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We all know that a name can tell a lot about a person. Names are not randomly chosen: they all have a meaning. Doctor Love knew this so he made another great invention just for the lonely you!

Sometimes you'd like to know if a relationship with someone could work out. Therefore Doctor Love himself designed this great machine for you. With The Love Calculator you can calculate the probability of a successful relationship between two people. The Love Calculator is an affective way to get an impression of what the chances are on a relationship between two people.

To find out what the chances for you and your dream partner are, just fill in both full names (both first and last name) in the two text boxes below, and press the test.

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Life is Short?

I likey this conversation:

“Life is short” is being abused, we misapply it sometimes XD 

Happy New Year 2011

Hello Everybody! How are you? I apologize for not posting for a very long time, I had lots of things on my way until now, but finally I managed to find time to post this topic for my great customers. Happy New Year Everybody, and I would like to give you pieces of advices about life. This is a new year, and every year life improving day by day. I wish you all the best in your life, please do not waste your life, time is precious and expensive use it in building your future and wish you all the luck and all the best! Thank you for reading this post, hope you enjoyed

happy new year 2011 sms, happy new year wishes

New is the year, new are the hopes and the aspirations,
New is the resolution, new are the spirits and
Forever my warm wishes are for u.
Have a promising and fulfilling new year.


For last year’s words belong to last year’s language
And next year’s words await another voice.
And to make an end is to make a beginning. Happy New Year


Years come n go, but this year I specially wish 4 u a double dose of health n happiness topped with loads of good fortune. Have a gr8 year ahead! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!


A New Challenge
A New Goal
A New Optimism
A New Aproach
A New Mission
A New Resolution
Wishng U a very
“Happy New year”


Oh my Dear, Forget ur Fear,
Let all ur Dreams be Clear,
Never put Tear, Please Hear,
I want to tell one thing in ur Ear
Wishing u a very “Happy NEW YEAR“!


A Happy New Year! Grant that I
May bring no tear to any eye
When this New Year in time shall end
Let it be said I’ve played the friend
Have lived and loved and labored here
And made of it a happy year.


May this New Year bring many opportunities your way, to explore every joy of life and may your resolutions for the days ahead stay firm, turning all your dreams into reality and all your efforts into great achievements.


If It didn’t Bring you Joy,
Just Leave it Behind.

Let’s Ring in the New Year
With Good Things in Mind.

Let Every Bad Memory
That Brought Heartache and Pain.

And let’s Turn a New Leaf
With the Smell of New Rain.

Let’s Forget Past Mistakes
Making Amends for This Year.

Sending You These Greetings
To Bring You Hope and Cheer.

Happy New Year!


May ALLAH make ur year a happy one!
Not by shielding you from all sorrows and pain,
But by strengthening you to bear it, as it comes;
Not by making your path easy,
But by making you sturdy to travel any path;
Not by taking hardships from you,
But by taking fear from your heart;
Not by granting you unbroken sunshine,
But by keeping your face bright, even in the shadows;


“Here is a wishing that the coming year is a glorious one
That rewards all your future endeavors with success”.


Nights are Dark but Days are Light,
Wish your Life will always be Bright.
So my Dear don’t get Fear
Coz, God Gift us a “BRAND NEW YEAR”.


I wish U to have a …..
Sweetest Sunday,
Marvellous Monday,
Tasty Tuesday,
Wonderful Wednesday,
Thankful Thursday,
Friendly Friday,
Successful Saturday.
Have a great Year. HAPPY NEW YEAR


Good time Bad time
Day time Night time
Off time Work time
Happy time Sad time
Naye saal main kisi bhi time
Apun ka sms aa sakta hai..!
Bole to happy new year mamu


May each day of the coming year be vibrant and
New bringing along many reasons for celebrations.

Wishing you Happy New Year, May u always keep in ur heart the special beauty and cheer of New Year.


Year’s end is neither an end
nor a beginning
but a going on,
with all the wisdom
that experience
can instill in us.
Happy New Year


Wishing you a fabulous 2011 with full of great achievements and experiences.
A meaningful chapter waiting to be written HAPPY NEW YEAR!


When the mid-nite bell rings tonight…
Let it signify new and better things for you,
let it signify a realisation of all things you wish for,
Let it signify a year of courage and believes,
Wishing you a very…very…very prosperious 2011

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Thursday, December 30, 2010

Furry Sex Toy

CAUTION> This is a lame joke

Dan: "Good morning.''
Can: " Morning Dear"
Dan: " Eh, Dear my friend from games told me got toy Silky Terrier you know"
Can :" Got meh? Ke San also told me this"
Dan: "Maybe Bibi is toy Silky Terrier actually."
Can: " Cannot be lar, Bibi is so big, what toy?! Sex Toy ah!''
Dan: ".............."  *Why do I have a girlfriend like this*

*geram* My Little Bolster became Bibi's one already!

Happy New Year 2011

As every year rolls around, everyone is bragging about New Year Resolutions.
Think honestly, do we really take actions on the new goals we set at the beginning of every new year or at the end of the old year? Haha!

I saw a quote which sounds like this:

"Many people look forward to the new year for a new start on old habits"

Admit it, how many times do we really take the effort to change? I admit I talk a lot more than I do. 365 days is too long for us to keep our promises did to ourselves. We forget fast.

So, this year, I'm not gonna make a list of New Year Resolutions. Why make some fancy sounding goals and then abandon them. We take on too much and everything become too complicated.

I don't know what is gonna happen in this whole new year 2011, in the future. So, I will simply make everything I'm doing now to be better and do my best in what I'm gonna do in future which I still have no idea about. 

Anyway, from my 22 years of living I do have an idea of what to do from now on.
I want to treat people better. Anyone and everyone.
(Hahaha, sounds so fake I know)

I've learnt that we often wonder and blame why are people so evil and cold when in fact everyone of us contribute to that phenomena. 
Just like ourselves, people are scared and worried too. 
We are all afraid of giving and we became selfish. We protect ourselves by being cold to the others so that we won't get hurt.
In this new year, let's stop waiting for people, and let's be the one who takes the first step. 

Let's try treat people better first. 
I do something to touch people's heart by helping them, and these people do the same to more people. That can make a difference in my and their lives. 
Yea, for sure there are real evil people but we cannot give the good ones up just because we got hurt by the evil ones right? =)
Every small impact counts!

I want to be more forgiveful and kind to people =) I wish I really can. It's not easy as I've changed a lot living in this evil world for so many years.

Remember how my father use to tell me: 多做多学,不要计较

It is so true and I want to apply it in every single little things in my life. There so are many ways to touch someone's heart, no matter how small the impact is. It costs you nothing to give a smile, a hug or a nice word but in return it makes you feel so good when he/she smile back. The world can suddenly be very beautiful and hopeful. (fook, I'm bintai)

Look back the on year 2010, remember the mistakes we did and move forward into year 2011 with a stronger heart.


Many people look forward to the new year for a new start change the old habits on old habits  in the new year!

Jia You 

Lastly, Happy New Year to all my love ones, friends and strangers! 

With Loves, 

The Top 10 of 2010


Another year, another breakdown of the year's best games - according to me.

Looking back, 2010 was an odd twelve months. Catching many players and critics by surprise, a large number of the most hotly-anticipated titles ended up being unexpectedly disappointing, leaving the top honors wide open for a number of lesser-known, smaller-budget projects. Unfortunately, while many of these smaller games displayed promise and creativity, most of them were flawed or uneven enough to give pause. The result? A year where (in my view, anyway) there really was no single runway pick for the year's best.

With very few games standing head and shoulders above the rest, I certainly had a bit more trouble putting this year’s list together that I have in the recent past. I should probably also note that there were several titles I would have loved to have gotten around to, but simply didn't have the time to play. However, I did sit down with quite a large number of things this year, and the group below represents the best of what I spent time on.

Without further ado, take a look at the titles I've selected and see what caught my fancy. If you agree, let me know. If you disagree, I'd like to hear that, too. If it so happens that I've called out that some titles that you haven't had the interest or opportunity to investigate, I hope that this list encourages you to track them down.

And now, the best of 2010…


10 - Epic Dungeon

One of the finest titles to hit Microsoft's Xbox Live Indie channel in the last twelve months, Epic Dungeon is an absolutely stellar labor of love created by one man in his spare time. I talked about it extensively on the GameCritics podcast, reviewed it, and did an interview with the developer. Even after doing all that, I still feel as though I should have worked harder to put the spotlight on this game. Without a doubt, it was the best dungeon-crawling Roguelike I've played in quite some time, and with an asking price of one dollar, there is absolutely no reason not to take the plunge.   REVIEW   PODCAST   INTERVIEW


9 - Dante’s Inferno

Dante’s Inferno is a game that by all rights should not have been good. Creating an intensely violent me-too action title based on a classical work of literature seemed entirely wrongheaded from the start, and the poorly-conceived PR campaign surrounding the game was done with incredibly bad taste, serving only to irritate and inflame. I fully expected to hate this title before ever laying hands on it, but you know what? I was wrong. Once I put my preconceptions aside, I was quite pleased to discover that Visceral Games had crafted a smooth, engaging, and fast-paced adventure with some interesting ideas and powerful imagery. Laying waste to the underworld with the holy light of heaven was one of the most satisfying experiences I had all year. I'm genuinely looking forward to a sequel.   REVIEW


8 - Super Meat Boy

Super Meat Boy has received so many well-deserved accolades this year, I hardly feel like it's necessary for me to say anything about it at all. Still, for the one or two of you out there who may have somehow missed out on all the buzz, the adventures of this animated cube of meat are not to be missed by anyone who can appreciate ingenious design, clever humor, and quality craftsmanship in 2D platforming. The game is certainly as hard as nails and demands much precision and skill on the part of the player, yet it never feels cheap or unfair even after a thousand bloody deaths -- that's quite a difficult trick to pull off these days. The challenge may be a bit stiff to please everyone, but there's no denying the sky-high quality on display.   REVIEW


7 - Dead Rising 2: Case Zero

An unconventional and innovative approach to demos, Capcom’s Case Zero marks the beginning of a new trend I suspect that gamers will be seeing quite a lot of. Rather than the usual ‘section of level one’ or the out-of-context, mid-game fragment that most developers offer, it was a stroke of genius to craft a stand-alone prequel that not only perfectly illustrated what the full Dead Rising 2 experience would be like, but actually rewarded players and gave them incentive to invest in the main game thanks to experience and money that carried over. Case Zero was an absolutely brilliant idea, and this $5 DLC ended up being a fresher, more enjoyable experience than the $60 full-sized game that came after.   REVIEW


6 - Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light

This download title was one of the year's highlights for me for two reasons: First, it took a well-known, well-established property in danger of wearing out its welcome and totally re-imagined it in a way nobody expected. The second was because it offered some of the most entertaining cooperative play I've ever seen. While the title can be completed by a single player on their own, the puzzles and action absolutely shine with a partner. Rather than simply placing two players in the same environment, this game asks them to actively work as a team in order to progress past obstacles. It seems like a simple, no-brainer concept, yet very few developers have ever managed to make it happen on a level more complex than two players pulling a switch at the same time. Crystal Dynamics jumps several steps ahead of that worn-out implementation and utterly nails an all-new level of co-op here.   REVIEW


5 - Vanquish

Before playing Vanquish, I would have been hard-pressed to generate interest or excitement for another third-person shooter. 2010 had seen a string of subpar titles in the genre that had already been starting to feel worn-out, and I was a little leery of Vanquish in particular after coming away from its demo with very mixed feelings. However, I'm extremely glad that I decided to give the full version a shot, since I ended up going gaga over it. Shinji Mikami and Platinum Games have delivered a fresh, new spin on third-person action that explodes with energy and maintains a furiously high pace from start to finish. Toss in a story and characters that know not to overstay their welcome or bore the player to death, and the result is a delicious sci-fi adventure that brings it hard and easily bests the competition.   REVIEW


4 - Heavy Rain

Heavy Rain was a very interesting title this year since it started out being a white-hot phenom, only to find its status cool off to sub-Arctic levels in a relatively short period of time. Much has been said about the problems in this game, from everything such as the heavy reliance on QTE events, awkward voice work, or the story that isn't nearly as waterproof (haha!) as it should've been for a project that lives and dies on its drama. However, for all its flaws (and to be sure, there are many) I have to say that the work of David Cage and Quantic Dream was often intensely emotional in a way that many games fail to deliver. I also have great appreciation for the subject matter, and welcome any effort such as this one to deliver an adventure that doesn't revolve around zombies, space marines, or grinding for experience in any way. I certainly think that Heavy Rain is a step in the right direction for a genre that has not fully coalesced yet, and I hope that we see more like it.   REVIEW   PODCAST


3 - Nier

While I have definitely fallen out of love with JRPGs as of late, I was surprised and impressed with Nier – in fact, it can be reasonably described as the Anti-JRPG in many ways. Eschewing the usual ‘ragtag group of emo teens’ tropes, the care given to the offbeat characters pays off as the player’s party genuinely grows and evolves over the course of the adventure. The subject matter focusing narrowly on the relationship between a father and his daughter was a refreshing change of pace that struck close to home, and the gameplay is just as smart as the script, with numerous instances of genre meta-commentary found in absolutely ingenious dungeon and world designs. It was extremely unfortunate that Nier became known more for a poorly-implemented three-minute fishing minigame than for the many areas it innovates and bucks expectation, but it was definitely the most provocative and interesting JRPG of 2010.   REVIEW


2 - Limbo

A perfect blend of form and function, Limbo proves that developers don't need multi-million-dollar budgets and a small country’s worth of programmers to create something that makes players sit up and pay attention. Not only did it hold its own with absolutely amazing visuals and clever puzzles, the entire experience was pleasantly concise and sold at an extremely affordable price point. Short, sweet, and entirely to the point, this enigmatic gem kept me glued to my controller from start to finish. Special mention must also go to whoever came up with the concept of being chased by ‘that thing’ in the first section of levels. I'm still having nightmares.   REVIEW


1 - Deadly Premonition

If you listen to the GameCritics podcast, my number one pick for the year will come as no surprise. I have to admit that I struggled with the choice for a while, given that it’s so rough in terms of control, production values, and many other areas. The game is certainly not perfect, and I don't think anyone holding it up as 2010’s most memorable experience will say that it is, either.

…And yes there are more than a few of us.

However, giving a title top honors (for me, anyway) is hardly about the best graphics or the most polish. I genuinely feel that Deadly Premonition is one of the most challenging, creative, brave and underappreciated titles to make it to domestic shores. The work of director Swery 65 more than makes up for the various technical shortcomings with an extremely intelligent and mature storyline, and some of the best-written characters I've ever seen -- protagonist Francis York Morgan is someone I'll never, ever forget. Supporting its cerebral side, the game also offers a brilliantly fresh take on the open-world genre that manages to avoid the usual ‘blow everything up’ chaos and keeps razor-sharp focus on the riveting story.

There is no question that this game will be anathema to a certain segment of players out there, and that's quite all right. However, for gamers of a certain bent (like me, and hopefully you) this title will be an absolutely unforgettable one.   REVIEW   PODCAST   INTERVIEW   ARTICLE1   ARTICLE2 


So that's it, the best of 2010, according to me.

Feel free to post a comment here whether you agree or disagree, and especially if you have some lesser-known games that you think were overlooked. Also, thanks very much for taking the time to read yet another top-ten list. Breakdowns like this one may have fallen out of favor with certain people, but I'm an old-school gamer, and I'm not afraid to admit that top-ten anything for me is hard to resist.

Also, as a final note before ending this year's coverage, I'd also like to give a quick shout-out to three titles which very nearly made the list. Although none of them earned a spot in the top ten, they were all immensely enjoyable plays, and are well worth the effort of tracking down. These titles are Patchwork Heroes (PSP), Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker (PSP) and Faery: Legends of Avalon (XBLA). If you haven't already, do yourself a favor and give these titles a shot. I'm sure you won't be disappointed.


Special thanks to @TrentFingland, @HorrorGeek, @GC_Danny, and @JohnPeterGrant for the fantastic articles and reviews not written by me.


Wednesday, December 29, 2010

♥ Mother & Son ♥

 Someone who makes me so happy 
Someone I know is real 

My Bibi 
 My love 
 My life partner  
  My responsibility 

 I know it is impossible, but I wish he can be with me forever  
 He is the best thing I have ever gotten for myself 

 Please love my Bibi too 
 He is the best dog in this world 

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Vain Photos =P

This is so kuah Jeong!

*I said I'll die die try red lips right? Hahaha!*

I love Bibi !

Merry Christmas 2010

I went to KL by bus together with my sister. I'm glad that I wasn't alone because I'm very scared of taking bus! I didn't want to waste my time on the bus so I put sponge rollers on my hair hoping that my hair won't look messy and frizzy. 

My sister asked: '' You are not going to the wash room later? in the whole journey?!''
Me: '' ................"
Me: "............................................"
Me: " Oh! I have an idea! I can cover my hair with my shawl!"
Sister:" ??!!"
Me: " Can la, I just pretend like I'm wearing a Tudung lar"

Until.... the bus stopped at the Highway rest station. I did try to out my white shawl on but I look like some crazy woman from desert. So I had to remove my hair rollers. *sad*

That was when I reached KL, my hair looked like THIS!


Dear came to pick us up at Bukit Jalil. I have a ''bus station'' phobia.
Bus stations give me that dirty, dangerous, you-might-get-mugged-anytime, beggars, polluted air, molest, offensive staring, etc...
My fear didn't come from nothing. I experienced all that too much already. I once saw a blind beggar being mugged at the bus station. I still can't forget his abusive screaming when he got mugged. It was so loud and scary.

We ate tea at this 面对面restaurant when sending my sister to Cheras.
One thing I like about KL is you can easily find Pan Mee!

I likey!

During Christmas eve, I went to SIBKL to watch a show called MADWORLD with Dan's family.

 While waiting for the show to start

David and Daniel 

They served refreshment after the show.

The Christmas gifts I got *Happy*

I felt very paiseh *shy* to open presents in front of people lar (>,<)

Christmas Tree in Dan's house. 
*Celaka Dan didn't want to switch the string lights for me*

This is the revenge! 

On Christmas day, Dan's family took me to Halia for Hi Tea buffet.

The first thing I look for is always....
They look so cute!

*sad* I wanted to 'steal' (can take one la) this but I felt paiseh so i decided to take when I'm leaving only. 
It's gone when I went back for it =(








I ate Turkey for the first time =)
I used to find turkey very 'disgusting' 
You can't blame me for thinking that way, look:

How disgusting is it to have your head in a gigantic raw chicken?!! Eww~

 Mr. Bean was stuffing his turkey for roasting. When he loses his watch, he has to dig deeper into the turkey. When his girlfriend rings the doorbell, he gets the turkey stuck on his head. *geli*
I like Mr. Bean shows a lot but this really makes me scared of turkey. Turkey looks like some alien chicken with wrong size for me.

Dan asked me to try and I did. It tastes exactly like chicken for me. Not bad lar =D

Christmas tree at Halia


Dan's parents 

Cute lo =D


Aiyo, I was passing the flower to Dan's mum.

They provided free games! 
Find it really cute to see the big brothers playing games together =)


I played too and I won myself this!
Super cute! I always wanted to have bathtub ducks!
♥ Love 


A picture before leaving Sime Darby Convention Centre

Christmas tree at the lobby

Heading to Penang. I can't believe what I had been worrying a lot has ended now. I really enjoyed my stay there although some things didn't go perfectly. I wish I could have done a better job.

I tell myself:
Love is never easy, and I will never give up