If I have so much energy typing for my blog, why don’t I start doing my FYP? I have been searching for the answer to this question for far too long, lol. Guess I still couldn’t see the point of handing up the project to whoever that’s gonna mark it. 60+ FYPs are gonna be passed up by Psychology students alone this semester. Out of the 60+, 4-5 best ones are gonna be kept and put in library. The rest, I couldn’t bear to imagine UTAR chucking them into a store room or worse, be burnt. Pass up for the sake of pass up, what do we learn from it? Polishing crapping skills?
Enough FYP flaming, lol. Nak, tak nak kena buat jugak! 😛
Life-wise: Uneventful, the word pretty much summed up my life as of now. Maybe apathy is applicable too. Couldn’t care less what others think or do now. People, when I look around, are all Mister and Miss Mimes; doing what they do best, putting up shows, staging dramas, entertaining the whole campus. Couldn’t they just live out the remaining 2 months peacefully? Why do people want to stir up shits for?
On a different note, I made a HUGE mistake approving my aunt on Facebook. Skipped class, posted it on my status, and got a long ‘advice’ from her. Just a matter of time before my mum knows about it, *facepalm*.
Some pretty nifty toy I picked up at one of the bookshops today.
As most of you would have noticed from the box, this is actually a bootleg version of Lego’s Bionicles series. Still, hats off to China for being so resourceful and productive. Nothing they can’t copy and cheaplify for us low-end consumers. Haha.
Stronius (its name), holds one hell of a big thorned club and looks menacing with its black skeletal frame. Only the red color is slightly off the originals, with the latter being brighter and bolder. Articulation-wise, it is impressive with just a minor kinda-loose right ankle. The building process is fairly quick and simple. Just gotta superglue a few plugs to keep the armor pieces in place.
Expect me to add a few more models to my “Bionicles” collection soon.. 😉
I have always had this thinking, or philosophy you would’ve called it; that girls are like tea. Yea, the drinking tea’s tea. Ever wondered why people say “Oh, she’s not my cup of tea this and that..”? Here’s why:
Like girls, tea too have different categories: the higher, middle, and lower class ones. I shall start with my least two favorites first.
The high class tea types
Typical green tea or Oo-long tea types. Expensive like fuck and they tasted bitter, yucky etc. But people will insist they are nice because it sure is expensive. Generally, rich people will still fork out money to buy/drink them. In fact, these rich people WANTED to be seen drinking these teas.
Read: High maintenance girls who looked classy, but have close-to-nothing admirable in them. And they think they are something else. Only for rich guys who can afford to play with them.
The low class tea types
Imagine iced Chinese tea aka “Suet Cha” you ordered at hawker centres and food courts. They cost you 50cents at most and God knows what they put inside the water to make it so brownish. These Suet Chas, you either drink them when you are really low on money or the other option is plain water. And the best thing about Suet Cha is you can pour them down the drain or just leave it half full on the table and you wouldn’t feel a single pinch of heartache.
Read: Readily available girls, mostly not good-lookers. And guys have them just for the sake of having them, no choice.
And now for my favorite:
The middle class tea types
The teh-tarik/teh ais from mamak stalls. They are neither too expensive nor cheap, and they are SWEET! You can never get tired of having them, cool to be drinking them with your buddies at mamak and most importantly they don’t burn a hole in your pocket for drinking them. You can even hop from one mamak to the other until you find one which suited your taste best. Watch out for the sugar level though.
Read: Everybody’s favorite girls, down-to-earth, not too sloppy and affordable. Oh yes, they can be heartbreakers too.
The next time you tell girls they are not your cup of tea, remember to tell them which type of tea they are, hahahaha.. 😉