Wednesday, September 9, 2009


Poster courtesy of wikipedia

Went to GSC Mid Valley Mega Mall on the last Saturday to watch this fourth installment of the supernatural/horror series.

Hate to admit that it gave me hibikejibis after watching it.


But it's really a good watch, compared to the previous three.

And it's a good reminder, too, like in Islam teaching - always remember about death, for it is always on time and cannot be avoided.

It also served as a good reminder about how important for us to always be aware about our surroundings, in order to prevent freak accidents from happening.

Pain is inevitable, but suffer is optional.

[You] really should try watch it - it may not be the best movie ever made but, it's great in it's own way...


I never really thought that there actually lists of things not to be done in the office, which I must say that almost all the things are happening like, widely accepted and practiced norms in my office.

Too bad because I don't really think that it's easy to change the offenders, since they usually are among the people you don't wanna mess with in your work place. Not to say that they are that intimidating, to the extent of which you would be fired of your job after you explain to them how annoyingly obnoxious they are behaving with hopes that they would understand why you are feeling disturbed or distracted while doing your daily tasks, but trust me - most of them tend to be what we easily recognized as Office Bitches [OB].

Maybe they are the ones who are bitching around, making the office sounded so like Selayang's pasar borong or pretending to look busy while their voices are thundering inside your ears, gossiping about this and that person - but if you would ever have the guts to confront them and tell them how much it would help you to do your work better if they slow their voices down, be prepared to face the aftermath.

I'm not trying to making this some kinda, big stuff but hey, it's just so disheartening when people seem to be so ignorant about their attitude.

This is especially so true among the staff who has been working in one place for too long - they'd become too comfortable that they feel like they own the office.

I think you should really check this out.

See for yourself and think again - do you really deserve all that in the place you're working your ass off - simply over worked, under paid & unappreciated when all these OBs simply bitching around with nothing much to do but still they get all the best?

Just, think again.

And let me know if you happen to have the effective solutions to get through the annoying disturbances.

Saturday, September 5, 2009


It's been like, ages for me to update this blog it becomes so dusty now *dust dust*...

Oh, I wish I could have like, 10 computers or something at the same time so that I can do almost all the things I wanted to online.

But I guess, that'd be totally like, catastrophic.

Anyway, I've been kinda busy these lately, with, err,... things.

Like the office's ISO audit, yeah - the spring cleaning, the shredding, the keeping, this and that - my left thumb sore so much and both of my arms kept shivering for days, as the result of the so-called hard work.

I know, I know... *sigh* You might end up rolling your eyes and say, "Kimi & hard work? As if..."

But what can I say, I really am that damn busy. Well, apart from being drifted in FB in the same time lah...

This might've been like, sooooo late but I wanna take this opportunity to wish all Muslims a good Ramadhan this year. May all the good deeds goes on until after Aidil Fitri and for years to come.

At the same time, Happy 52nd National Day for fellow Malaysians, no matter where they are. Don't forget the 5 and I really hope that we would stay in freedom from any form of penjajahan for always. Especially for my own.

Back to FB for now... And the endless chores, at the same time.