Tuesday, 24 November 2009



Last Saturday, my friends and I went to Taman Anggrek (it's actually a mall) to watch a movie (2012) and it was my first time going there after about a month putting off shopping and stuff. Second time to the cinema and I didn't expect it to be filled with people lining up to buy tickets for 2012. They were soooo long that I nearly gave up queuing without even trying. There were like ONLY 2 or 3 counters and about 1000 people there. Since we're already used up our pocket money to go there, might as well just queue, buy the tickets and watch the movie. Plus, I didn't have that much opportunity to go to malls, so I went to the end of the line which was exactly the last available space to stand *not really* ngah3~ After about 30 long minutes, my friends took over in lining up and bought the tickets later that afternoon. One down, another two to go.

The lines at the cinema...

Hmm, in the mean time, we walked around the mall not buying anything *sengkek..ahahaha*. Killing time. Bored. Enjoying ourselves. Independence day. Freedom. _saye sdg mengarut_

Okay, then when the movie was over, my friends and I wanted to go straight home coz we're so tired and sleepy plus we had spent like 10 hours doing nothing but walked and walked and walked like crazy. Unfortunately, there were like 100 people lining up *again!* for taxis. Oh my goodness...why wouldn't they just stay home and spend some quality time with their family? Nak taknak terpakse la beratur lagi skali...as a bonus we got like two guys smoking, in front and behind us. Great~!

While waiting for a taxi...

At last after what seemed like an eternity, we got our taxi we're supposed to go straight home which was about 2km from the mall. And I took us more that an hour to reach there. Wanna know why? Queuing, that's why! We got stuck in traffic like right in front of the mall for more that 50 minutes, and it was so hard to get out of it. Once we got out from the traffic or "macet" as they called it, we finally reached home and sitting in that taxi for so long made me wanna sleep right away. Ahahaha....QUEUE...I hate that word right now~

Listening to : Russian Roulette by Rihanna

Monday, 23 November 2009

What a week~


I just finished a "block" of dreadful subjects that includes philosophy of science, critical thinking, research methodology and study skills. The last 3 weeks were so horrible that I felt as if life itself had been taken out of me. For me, philosophy is what I think of the grim reaper. Once we students step into the hall for lectures on philosophy of science, the shine on faces gets dimmer and eventually gone after what seemed like ages. Oh those classes were BORING and I could say that it was incomprehensible or beyond my (and I guess most of the others') understanding. Plus, there's 4 books that our lecturer asked to read which were equally boring and not something that my mind could interpret. Blergh...

I just want to share about what my friends and I had to go through in order to face the philosophy exam when all of us were so busy that we couldn't even finish reading one of the books. They weren't that thick, they're just too hard to understand and it took so much of our time and energy to comprehend what they are trying to deliver in the books...

The night before the exam *philosophy of science specifically*, I slept like about one and a half hours and the rest of the day studying on that subject. Oh my, it's tiring I tell you. It's not because of the "not sleeping" but because of the "not understanding" part. It was as if learning alien language. PEH!

The day of the exam, I felt horrible, anxious, agitated and uneasy. I kept forgetting all the main points. All mixed up in my brain and I couldn't assemble the overflowing information in my brain that I felt as if they were poured out off my ears and leaving my brain half-empty (or completely empty..ahaha). I had to keep asking my friends to explain everything to me right before the exam so that I could refresh my memory (as if I had any left..) *Thanks Faiqah*

I also want to thank my friends who joined the study group that night. It helped me a lot and I hope that it did to you guys too...I wouldn't be able to answer the questions if it weren't for you guys.

I hope that we all pass the exam and that we don't have to undergo any one of those horrible nights...SAY NO TO REMEDIAL n SP (short semester)~

Listening to: Goodbye by Jang Geun Seuk