Thursday, July 27, 2006

Yet another update

Well I decided not to go for SEGi’s Prom Nite, coz I heard that even SEGi’s own students are boycotting the event coz they think that SEGI is being rather ‘cheap’ by having the event at the SEGi building itself. I can’t imagine 150 people fitting into a cramped building like that. Looks like that they’ll never loose that stinginess that they’ve always had, even since when I was there.

Hmmm… my PTPTN loan just got accepted and I guess I’ll be covered until I finish my studies. They’ll give me an extra of RM500 per month just for my expenses, so that means that I don’t have to find a job during the holidays. But maybe I will because I can’t imagine sitting in the house and not doing anything throughout the whole holidays.

My friends are down from overseas, mostly from Russia coz they’re studying medic over there. Somehow, it seems like I’m back in high school when I’m with them. Everything we do has to involve doing something stupid. Its fun and I really miss it. Its like we had never grown up since high school. Brings back old memories, fond ones.

Friday, July 14, 2006

An update of whats going on

Well, college has been better than expected. Although, I must complain that exams and projects have been a pain in the ass. Met some new friends and they seem nice. I guess my life is returning to normal, for the moment. I’m glad it is because settling in was difficult. Looks like I’ve been invited for SEGI’s Prom Nite by some of my juniors in my old college. I wonder who will I take, cause I won’t go with guys (I know, ego problem… lol!) It’s on the 29th of this month, so I still have some time. I’ve been thinking about my future lately, I wonder what I would be like. Well, meeting Hannah Tan would be a dream come true. Hahaha! Lets just see if that happens in the future. In the mean time, the present is still in front of me and I’ve got to fight through it.

Watched The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift. It was a really good movie and the chicks were very fine… I would recommend the movie to anyone but the slack part of the movie is the lead actor… a cowboy in Tokyo sounds like a 70’s war movie. His slang was so cowboy-ish and didn’t suit the movie at all. They should have gotten the guy who played the lead actor in the last movie. He was good. I really admire the drifting skills of the Japanese drivers because it was mind-boggling. Takes a genius to do what those guys did in the movie. Thumbs up to them.