29 December 2008

Guess, guess guess

I've been away from blogging and guess where did I go?

it's canberra time!!

Why the hell is it doing like that?????

About a month ago, my sister and I booked tickets to Canberra to renew her Malaysian passport. Our one day trip supposed to be enjoyable; however, it turned badly due to the extremely unacceptable flight delay.

Upon arrival at arrival, we took the ticket number and sat while waited for our names to be called. Note that the ticket number wasn’t a machine type. It was indeed a very obsolete type nobody will ever use this. The ticket number was simply written largely on a small cardboard paper. Before this, my sister was looking for a machine like what you saw in many banks.

The deserted look at the embassy

It took around 6 hours to process the new passport. Hence, we walked out of the embassy, hoping to catch a cab there. Luckily, a guy from Sydney offered us a ride back to parliament house just 10 minutes from the embassy. We just spent 15 minutes there taking photos while waiting for the bus to come to take us to the city.

Compared with Melbourne, it wasn’t a true city to be. The city seemed very quiet and I felt as if I was floating in a dream (Slept late, woke up early). It looked like a ‘dead city’. Gosh!

We had lunch at Canberra Centre, and then shopped.

Almost everyone talked softly there. The city wasn’t really as busy as Melbourne. It’s such a great place to relax. The green trees and the huge land Canberra has makes the city looks really empty and should get more room for improvement. But it was really nice to have a cup of coffee there .. :)

Anyway, at 3pm, we took cab and headed back to the embassy when we met another young lad from Brisbane. At that point of time, I realised that Malaysians aren’t that bad as I thought as we were offered for another ride back to the city by another car. It’s sweet, isn’t it?

Before we get into the flight, 3 of us visited the Shrine of Remembrance.

The closing ceremony was just a 5 min play by a man blowing trumpet when we expected it to be either 20 minutes performance or what. Sweat..

We were already sooooo tired when we reached home that I was over tired and couldn’t sleep well that night.

14 December 2008

part II transformation

So, in the previous post, you saw a really pretty girl, didn't you?

Just in case you really don't believe what you see. But now, I assure you that WYSIWYG. (What you see is what you get)

This entry teaches you how to transform yourself. Just in case you are dumped by boys, try this. You should be able to attract other more guys. ROFL...

After the transformation. Obama: YES, WE CAN!


alright, the purest face without make up. Make sure you see clearly every part of her face k?

step 1: add contact lens that enlarge the pupils and put the fake double eyelid sticker. Wah! this already makes a difference!

step 2: put moisturizer to keep face healthy

step 3: foundation to even the skin tone. apply VERY little amount of Foundation at both side of the cheek, in order to make your face look longer and slimmer!

step 4: Concealer to cover up all flaws, such as eye bags, pimple and wrinkles.

step 5: Next Add natural Fake eye Lashes & draw a nice brow!

step 6: Added mascara at the bottom eye-lash, in order to make both upper and lower eye lash even.

step 7: Add eye liner.

step 8: Longer eye-liners! longer the better, make small eyes look not only bigger, also longer as well

step 9: Add eye shadow. use one dark and one lighter colors to blend.

final step:

Add lip gloss and blusher! & Lastly Style your dolly hair!


The best thing is, no surgery needed!!!!! just a skill that you need!

p/s:this entry does not intend to hurt anyone, intentionally or unintentionally. Please report back to me if this entry is offensive. Thank you and enjoy reading.

13 December 2008

modern transformer

Every time I see pretty girls, I got envied.

But then I pondered, "is this their authentic pretty face?"

Common, especially Korean, Chinese and Singaporean girls, you see many pretty girls with sexy and big eyes looking at you (guys).

At that time, your heart beat furiously till you are dead. Dead like this.

Oh. "One Man 'literally shot' Down", I see!.

I'm aware that many Koreans undergo surgery. Plastic surgery, rhinoplasty,liposuction, eyelid, botox, whatever you name it.

Today, it came to my realization that nothing is impossible.

XiaXue, Singapore's most eminent blogger and Dawn, has also undergo some simple surgery, I think! Or maybe it's really apparent to many of you.

Guys, forget about Xiaxue and Dawn.

This girl definitely impressed me with her super high technique makeup skill. Omg. Can I hire her please??

alright, she looks like other pretty girls outside, right?

so sexy i'm attracted too.

Girl like me who has single eyelid is so miserable compared with big rounded barbie doll eyes. :(


But, that's not her real face though. I was more than stunned when I see how 'pretty' she is without make up. And I thought to myself, "If I'm already pretty without make up, will I get even prettier with make up?" And I mean the barbie doll -alike make up.


Eh? can't recognize her?

What about this?

That's exactly the same person you saw in the pictures above!!!!

Phew.. I can't believe how make up can change a person. And I meant drastic change.!

Look at her jaw etc. That really makes me wonder if DawnYang really did plastic surgery or is she just flaunting the wonders of make up?

"hey miss, be my make up artist, okay?"

and yeh, she actually included steps of transformation. If you wanna know, please stay tune in the next entry!

To be continued!

12 December 2008

Nuffnang Santa

“Nuff Nuff!!” my 2 year old nephew yelled.

Jeez! Who hasn’t heard of Nuffnang? Even my 2 year old nephew knows how to speak “Nuffff”, though, in fact, he doesn’t know what Nuff means. He is especially ecstatic when he sees Nuffnang's logo with a Christmas hat on it.

"Nuff Nuff" and he claps his hand. (:

For those who are new to this, Nuffnang Australia is a place where Australian bloggers in a community network had their Australian ads on their blogs when they signed in. Simply amazing, isn’t it? *grins*

*add on from nuffnang blog*

The difference with Nuffnang Australia model vs other blog ad networks is Nuffnang focuses locally on Australia and its blogging community.

Local in the sense that each market Nuffnang is launched in comprises a local Nuffnang team. This ensures quality local advertisers are placed on the blogger’s blog.

Nuffnang also promotes heavily within the blogging community and runs numerous events for bloggers. All Australian bloggers have the opportunity to be part of this Nuffnang community through advertiser events, sampling, or just a simple Nuffnang sharing session. Blogger websites are promoted only to help drive traffic.

The best thing about Nuffnang is; you (bloggers) can receive payment. *but with terms and conditions yeh* Isn’t that nice to have extra earnings? *winks*

For cyber addicts, this is for you! For those whose parents think that sticking yourself to the internet may not be a good news, this is for you too!

Nuffnang has always been so generous. I love Nuffnang so much that I was overjoyed it finally arrives in Australia.With this, I can join in the interesting events Nuffnang often held.

As Christmas is around the corner, Nuffnang is looking for all Australian bloggers, big and small, to join the growing Nuffnang blogger community. :) Nuffnang is adopting more babies!!Hooray!

Why everyone loves Nuffnang? In fact, I love all the events Nuffnang organized. Remember the Pajama Party, N96 race and so many more events Nuffnang and the bloggers were involved? I was looking so much into it but was disappointed that the events are not held in Australia yet.

picture courtesy from Boss Tim's blog.

With Nuffnang Australia, I’m able to join in many events. OMG. I’m looking forward to it!! The best thing is you get to meet many bloggers! And you might even bump into a BFF! (Best friend forever)

The most popular blogger, Karen Cheng is already with Nuffnang for so long. Same towards bloggingaussie. I've been following their blogs but I reckon they don't know me. With this community, I'm hoping to know them even better so that we can share ideas. I've also asked Adrian to join in this lovely community!

Alright, back to the ground rule of this game.

The moment I saw i Dell Inspiron Mini 9 at JB HIFI the other day, I was so eager to get it, so I thought maybe I should wait till Christmas to get it, in the mean time, to save more $$.

The good news is, Nuffnang Australia now is making my dreams a step closer. If ONLY I can win this, I can save so much that I can use the money and the new laptop to New Zealand, and blog about it on the spot!

I like the Mini 9 because it’s so light and compact and it’s suitable for outgoing lifestyle, especially people like me who can’t live without a laptop. You can even bring it to the loo and blog without having fear that the heavy weight burns your thighs!

Mini 9 has 1.3 megapixel, which means you get to start video conference with lovely people around you! Whether you are in the loo or Starbucks, or a concert, forget about having the costly 3G video conference.

I need Dell Inspiron Mini 9 so much as my old Acer laptop broke down recently, so I thought, just in the right time, Nuffnang Santa may grant me a new laptop? That must be the most wonderful present I have so far!

I’ve also dedicate a song to Nuffnang Santa. I’m hoping so much to get Dell Inspiron Mini 9. I want to flaunt and decorate the laptop with Crystals and Diamonds till' you've to cover it with sunglass! OK. I’m just kidding. Heeeheee But Santa, please make me win!!

Santa, can you hear me ?
I write a blog that I sealed with a kiss
I send it off and just said this

I know exactly what I want this year

Santa, can you hear me ?
I want my baby, Dell Mini 9

I want Mini 9 to love me and to hold

Maybe, Maybe
Be all my own in a big red bow
Santa, can you hear me ?

I have been so good this year
And all I want is one thing
Tell me my mini 9 is here

He's all I want just for me

Underneath my Christmas tree

I'll be waiting here
Santa that's my only wish this year.


“Hello?? Hello?? Santa, you there???”


“Santa left without dropping me a message, but I hope Santa Nuffnang really hears me!”

07 December 2008

where is the statue of liberty?

I was educating Branda on some general knowledge that she may not learn at her kindergarten now.

“Branda, this is called the Statue of Liberty. Now, where do you find the Statue of Liberty?” I asked.

I expect her to tell me New York or US.

She pondered for a while, and replied me.

“I know, Genting!”


“I saw this at Genting Highland ma…. :D”

I was stunned, but at least I know it really exist in Genting Highlands. Haha.

06 December 2008

introducing aun and feifei

Days are always interesting with kids beside you.

They laugh, they cry, they mumble, and they crawl

Their expressions simply make you laugh.

Feifei: I know I'm not handsome like Aun, but at least I look adorable and I make you laugh-mah

Feifei: See? I can roar like a hairless lion.

Feifei: I can 'boo' that handsome boy too!

Feifei: Pose a while more, then I gotta introduce Aun, okay?

Aun: HAHA!! Finally I'm introduced in this post. Excuse me, excuse me..

Feifei: Hey, I haven't conclude also!!

Feifei: FINE!!I hate it, always interupt me. :( I'll go look for food then.

Aun: Hie everyone, I'm not as adorable as feifei, but I know how to pose like a man, at least. :)

Aun: And pose, and pose.. "Looking at the sky, wondering when will my true love appear?"

Feifei: Aun is too busy thinking of his love life, so let me take a nice picture with Gracious first..

Gracious: Oi!! don't move-lah.!!
Feifei: I need to answer the nature's call. I'll continue in a few days later, k?
See ya everyone!. :)


Upon reaching Changi Airport from Melbourne, my visions were blurred.

I was weary.

In fact, I couldn’t even recall what happen through my way back home.

“I reached Singapore airport, at last!” I thought to myself.

But, what is it that is so thrilled about?


04 December 2008

This is weird.

I wonder if I have hormonal changes since I came back here last week.

Is it due to the humidity and the temperature in Malaysia,

That I've hair loss now, at the age of 21?

Ops, I mean hair drop.

It was as if my hair is experiencing autumn here.

I washed my hair and I can't even count how many hair that I've dropped!

I slept, and I woke up the next day shockingly that I see my bed full of hair.

I sat down having breakfast and mum saw strings of hair on the floor.

I changed shampoo, but it's still the same.

Is something wrong?

Please tell me...

You don't wanna see Gracie become hairless soon..