My Job

Ohai, tis’ a picture of me eating a cup of yogurt at work.

Yes, I’m working right now. I’m an intern for Nuffnang, Asia Pacific’s leading blog advertising agency. Sorry, just had to add that in πŸ˜›

I’ve been working here for almost a month now and to be honest, I really enjoy my job. Even though I’m an intern and interns hardly get paid, the hours are long, workload can be heavy, it’s so emotionally fulfilling. I guess it’s mostly because of my interest in bloggers. So all’s good, I love my job and all the perks it gives πŸ™‚ Ask me about it & I’ll make you jeles πŸ˜›

Anyway, like I said, my job keeps me very busy, and whenever I tell myself to blog at night, I eventually get too tired to do so. So, this is basically a short update to tell everyone I’m still around! πŸ™‚

Have a great weekend! I know I’ll be, because I’ll be heading up to Penang for some awesome bonding & food! ❀


A Story of Six Girls

Guess where were we? πŸ™‚

Rockafella Street Boys (I think)

Elmo in a bus!

Steps of the MET, New York :p

Puss in Boots *meow

Far Far Away

Dinosaurs (My captions are obviously very creative)

Egyptian land & a very handsome dude. no seriously, he was so good looking.

Random yellow car (only because we couldn’t take a pic with the real Transformer)

Slutty Betty Boop

penguins *boring documentary tone


Castle!! (ok i’m excited because i’m a sucker for castles)

hunky men from WaterWorld

Slutty Marilyn

with Ernie. I hate this pic of me btw, because I look like a freaking pear.

Po from kungfu panda! ❀

friendly neighbourhood Frankie

blur shot, but the lights are pretty! :p

In case you haven’t figured out where we went, it’s Universal Studios Singapore :p Took a short trip down there with Ai, Vic, Jiez, Suyin & Lup! This was our second day of the trip, and we spent 12 whole hours in the theme park. Attractions I would recommend: Transformers ride, Mummy ride, Battlestar Galactica, WaterWorld show.Β  We had a firework show that night and it was so pretty, so check whether they have it on the day you go!

obligatory pic with the globe!

That wraps up our day at USS. I may or may not blog about the rest of our trip :p Have a good one ya’ll!

Broken up

This is a very emotional post. If you hate this kind of thing, scoot away.

It’s been what, 3 days? And to think I was naive enough to believe we were going to grow up together and get married and have a daughter named Sophie?

So someone asked, you’re handling this quite well aren’t you? I gave a small smile but in actual fact, I’m not handling this well at all. I’d like to think I hide my emotions very well, that is all. Every time I want to say how much this is killing me, I stop myself. Honestly, I don’t like people comforting me about this at all. If anything, it makes me feel worse. I prefer to act all nonchalant, like this is nothing at all. I try to hang out with people as much as possible so I stop thinking, stop hurting. This pain hits the hardest at night. I can hardly sleep. I close my eyes and all I see is us, in your car and you uttering what possibly could be the most painful three words I have ever heard in my life.

How could you? You’re such a coward. You see our problems and you run away. sometimes I think you’re too rational for your own good. You think too much, you overanalyse, and you put all these thoughts way above me. I hate you so much for doing this to me. I’m so broken now I don’t even know how to put back the pieces. I’m so bitter that if someone handed me a picture of us, I will rip and shred it and burn it to pieces.

I don’t think I have the capacity to ever forgive you, and I don’t know if I can find it in me to ever feel something for someone ever again. Not the way I felt about you, anyway. You were perfect to me, all I wanted and I sincerely thought you know what, this is THE guy. And as I write this, stupid tears have started welling in my eyes. I detest how WEAK I am. I wake up every morning and it hits me freshly again. We’re not together anymore. You dumped me because you had no faith in us at all. All those sweet things about our future you told me before? Were they all lies? Did you even think before you said them?

I’m glad I threw your letter in the drain. I can already predict what you’d say anyway. A flurry of apologies, how much you still love me and how you don’t want to do this but you have no choice, shitloads of excuses about why you’re doing this, mostly revolving around your religion and your family. I never thought you could be this cruel at all.

I refuse to remain friends with you. I don’t want to talk to you, to see you ever again, to hear your voice. Because I know that if I do, the same heart-stabbing pain will occur again. Even when the pain numbs and subsides, I will always remember you as my worst memory and how I got burnt, badly. Hate is a strong word, and that’s exactly why I’m saying this. I hate you.

10 Step Guide to Krabi

Hi guys! Over the course of two weeks, much has happened and it’s been mainly good things πŸ™‚ The first and most obvious one is the end of A-Levels! *kneels down and cries out of joy* Then came Prom, which to be honest was just alright, but I had an awesome date so all was fine! I did my hair at Number76 for the first time and I wasn’t disappointed! Quite happy when people came up to me saying my hair looks great too :p Just realised I didn’t take as many pictures as I would have liked to, and I look like a retarded goldfish O_O in most of them, so here are some of the alright ones compiled in a collage. I totally regret not taking a back view of my hair, because that’s obviously the nicest part with the braids and all πŸ˜₯


But anyway, back to the topic of today’s post, I just came back from a college class trip to Krabi, Thailand and I have to say, it’s a very beautiful place. Krabi itself isn’t an island, but it’s a town by the beach and it’s very tourist-y. Locals in the tourism industry all speak English fairly, so communication isn’t hard. The standard rate for tuktuk (local open air motorcycle taxi) along the Ao Nang stretch is 20 baht per person, so refuse anything more than that. I’m going to do a nice proper picture post illustrating our trip and the pretty cool things we did, so if you ever visit Krabi you’ll get a heads-up before going! πŸ™‚

1. Visit Ao Nang Beach & the stretch of shops across it (like all tourists do)

This is the conventional thing for tourists to do, but that’s not to say it isn’t fun. The beach is not the nicest you’ll ever see, but it has an amazing sunset view and it beats Penang’s beaches anytime. Across the beach is the tourist street, filled with tuktuk drivers, restaurants, bars, massage parlours that may or may not be dodgy and many shops selling swimwear, tshirts with catchy slogans, and rip off souvenirs. Everything can be bargained for, I repeat, EVERYTHING CAN BE CHEAPER AS LONG AS YOU BARGAIN. So put on that thick tourist skin of yours and ask for a ridiculously low price, and slowly work your way from there. This is how I got my bikini for RM25, much thanks to JieSze ❀ #successkid

One of the many shops along the street

I have to warn you guys about something though. There are many restaurants along the street claiming to serve Italian/Western and Thai cuisine, and oddly enough most of these places are manned by Indian servers. We were really famished on the first night and decided to settle for one of these restaurants called La Casa. And goodness, I cannot begin to emphasise how wrong a decision that was. The so-called Thai food was non spicy Tomyum (travesty, I tell you!), Tom Kha that tasted like buburchacha, and everything else was just weird. We should have known it was coming. The Western food however, didn’t taste too bad. Pizzas were alright, not great, but edible at least. So be careful when choosing a restaurant around Ao Nang.

2. Visit islands, but not excessively

Our entourage was booked on a 4 island tour on our second day of the trip. We visited Tup Island, Chicken Island (no chickens sighted), Poda Island and one more I can’t remember. The islands were gorgeous, to say the least. The waters were a clear turquoise, skies were baby blue, sand was soft and fine, rock formations were breathtaking.

Obligatory jump shot on a beautiful island

See what I mean by clear water? :O

The next day, the girls opted to visit Phi Phi Island, while the boys went kayaking. The PhiPhi Island tour was basically just more island visits, and while the bays and beaches were still beautiful, they were too crowded with people. Phi Phi Island attracts tourists from both Krabi and Phuket, and perhaps even other places. Instead of having a serene time relaxing and sunbathing, we were mostly overwhelmed by the congestion. We had a terribly bumpy boat ride as well, to add on to the unpleasantness. To those keen on visiting Phi Phi, I’d say just skip it and go for something else more distinctly Krabi, like the Emerald Pool. But since I went to Phi Phi anyway, I guess the prettiest part of the tour is Pileh Bay, which is a bay enclosed with giant cave-like formations.

Pileh Bay with the girls πŸ™‚

Sooner or later, all these islands will start to look and feel the same, so like I said, don’t island hop excessively. One day should be ideal. πŸ™‚

3. Make friends with the locals

Be it your local tour guide, or your tuktuk driver, or coconut vendors, always be nice and friendly. I think most of the locals are very willing to help with places to eat or see. Tian Xi got our island guide on the first day to introduce the most fantastic place (in the whole of Krabi, I dare say) to have dinner at. On our second night, we met a very nice tuktuk driver by the name of Lek, who made a very cheap arrangement for 19 of us to visit Krabi town the next evening. A few of us stopped by a truck selling cold coconut by the roadside for only 30 baht (RM3 FOR A GIANT COCONUT), and I think because we looked like such happy teenage tourists, the kind lady vendor decided to throw in another coconut for free! See, it pays to be friendly and happy! πŸ™‚

Us being very happy with our 30baht coconuts πŸ˜€

4. The Hilltop

So, as I was saying earlier, our island guide introduced us to this place called the Hilltop for dinner. No prizes for guessing its location -.- But yes, the Hilltop is located somewhere along the Ao Nang stretch, on top of a hill! :p I cannot remember the exact location, but just mention the Hilltop to any tuktuk driver or hotel concierge, and I think they’ll know. In my opinion, everyone visiting Krabi should pay this place a visit for dinner! Why, you ask? The Hilltop is a posh restaurant that serves great and spicy Thai food (unlike the disgusting dinner we had the first night), it has an open bar with great music, and food is considered very reasonably priced for that kind of ambiance (roughly 200-300 baht or RM20-30 perΒ  person). But no, that’s not the best part yet.

View from the Hilltop

THIS is the amazing view you get when you dine at the Hilltop. Geez, my pictures taken with an iPad doesn’t even do it justice. It is by far the best sunset view I have ever witnessed in my life. We had so much fun taking pictures and immersing ourselves in the gorgeous setting horizon. The Hilltop would make a splendid proposal place, but too bad I was with my classmates and not my boyfriend :p

Amazing view & amazing company πŸ™‚

5. Be sure to try out some authentic Thai street food

The best sinful indulgence I found in Krabi has to be the Thai pancakes. It is somewhat similar to our local roti canai, but crispier and with a Thai twist (hint: loaded with condensed milk). There are plenty of vendors selling this along the street for a mere 20-30 baht and I’m sure some are better than others, but the ones I had were so good I could cry. There are plenty of flavours to choose from – mango, banana, egg, cheese, nutella etc. I tried out mango and banana, and mango wins! There’s just something about Thai mangoes ❀ there are loads of other things you should give a try too. Skewered fishes, pad thai, tomyum. This is real Thai food, not some crappy Italian – Thai fusion crap. *bitter

Clockwise from left: 30baht coconuts, Mango pancakes, green curry & tom yum (both from the Hilltop)

6. Pay a visit to Krabi Town’s Weekend Night Market

This is probably one of the lesser known tourist attractions and perhaps more for the locals. It’s kind of like a Thai version of our pasar malam, and it’s very lively and lit up with locals performing singing and dancing. The night market is located in Krabi town, not near the beach area. As I mentioned earlier, we were lucky enough to meet the best tuktuk driver in the world. He got 3 other friends plus himself to ferry all nineteen of us from the beach to the town (about a 30 minutes drive) for only 700baht per tuktuk. That means each person pays about RM15 to and fro from town. Pretty decent leh! Taking a taxi would cost easily 500baht per person. Lek (the driver) even showed us around town and taught us how to navigate about the market. Here’s to hoping you find Lek in Krabi as well πŸ˜‰

Sights & Sounds of the night market

There is plenty to see, to eat and to buy at the market. Food here may be a hit or miss, depending on your taste I guess. We had some awesome coconut based puffs and mango sticky rice. Pad Thai was average. There was a stall selling some orange juice and many locals were buying it so we got one as well, but it tasted so weird and artificial. Almost cancerous, really. Oh, a very random pleasant surprise happened while we were eating! We were sitting down enjoying our various snacks and watching a bboy performance by young Thai kids. The Thai kids were beyond cute so we being tourists started to cheer super loudly, clapping and shouting and making a fool out of ourselves. Then all of a sudden two guys with a camera and props approached us for an interview. We were all like ‘oooohhhh okay!!’ Turns out they were from KBS (some Korean channel) and they gave Tian Xi and I a solo interview! Yay I’m going to have 2 seconds of fame on Korean tv! I’m going to be famous! πŸ˜€ If you look at the top right hand of the collage above, you can see Tian Xi being interviewed, like a boss. Ngehehe.

Overall, I thought the market is a good place to visit, to kind of just experience Thai culture and food. There’s also some cheap shopping around, ie. I bought earrings for RM2 a pair and sunnies for RM7.50. The market is only open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, so check around with the locals before you go.

7. Go on a Tuk Tuk ride!

Truthfully, Ao Nang beach isn’t very long nor is it a very tiring walk, but a tuktuk ride is just one of those novelty adventures everyone should try out in Krabi. In fact, I think Tuktuk’s are only available in Thailand. For a mere 20 baht, you can command the driver to drive you anywhere along the stretch of beach and just enjoy the wind in your hair. πŸ™‚

Tuk tuk ride to town!

8. Be generous with sunblock

The Thai sun can be outrageously harsh, so get a full bottle of SPF50 sunblock and apply everywhere possible! I applied sunblock all over every 2 hours or so while island hopping, and I still came home tanner. I even burnt somewhere I thought could never be burnt – my scalp fml. It hurt for days whenever I tried shampooing my hair. My dear friend Kah Jo is an even smarter boy. I quote him, ‘real men don’t use sunblock’. This is what happened to him. FHL.


9. Get a Good Hotel

Good hotels can be found easily by researching using Google. Check out TripAdvisor for ratings and of course, live within your means. We stayed at Srisuksant Hotel, roughly a 3 star hotel. Location wise, it wasn’t superb as it’s not facing Ao Nang Beach directly and it takes a bit of walking to the main tourist area. But our hotel rooms were very good for a 3 star hotel. The place was clean, tidy and reception was helpful πŸ™‚ Good stay overall!

pool antics :p

10. No Harm Acting Like A Bunch of Tourists πŸ™‚

If there’s anything this trip has taught me in my lifelong quest to be a better traveller, it is to be less shy and more outgoing. This is how I ended up taking pictures with blogger Cindy of, whom we met at the airport and all my guy friends (who previously did not know her at all) went gaga over her.

Cindy & us hehehe

And next is possibly the most spontaneous daredevil thing I have ever done in my life. While we (the girls) were on Phi Phi Island, tired and kind of bored out of our wits, this bunch of very eligible Korean hunks appeared out of nowhere. I could have sworn Suyin was drooling on the spot. :p Long story short, after LupYee pulled a solo stunt, we braved ourselves and asked for another picture with all of them. Teehee. πŸ™‚

Krabi has been such an amazing place. The pristine beaches, the magnificent sunsets, the reassuring company I went with πŸ™‚ These memories will last for a long, long time.Til then, xx.

p.s. if there’s anything you’d like to ask about Krabi, feel free to drop a comment! πŸ™‚

p.p.s. photos are mostly stolen from Lup Yee, Shen Chien, & Jie Sze’s instagram, so credits to them!



Once again, I am on a non-sleeping agenda. I was studying chemistry, but chemistry for 10 hours is pretty dreadful. My energy and motivation levels are bordering on zero, so I decided to give myself a breather. So here I am, blogging! πŸ˜€ and to motivate myself to continue studying after this, I shall blog about all the things I have in store for myself after the end of A Levels (freedom is so near yet so far T_T)

1. Attend my college prom! This is one day after my exams have ended. I may decide to pamper myself like crazy, just because I feel like I deserve it! πŸ˜€ manicures, pedicures, hair treatment & styling, and maybe I’ll throw in a massage for myself too. When details about prom was first announced about a month ago, I thought to myself, ‘aiya it’s just college prom. One of those obligatory non-eventful events that people attend for the sake of attending. Fine, I’ll trudge along.’ However, now I find myself totally pumped up and excited for prom! Maybe it’s because of relative comparison. Prom may not be the most happening thing in the world, but it certainly is a thousand times better than examinations. Also, I’m going with an amazing partner, found my dress (which i still adore) sitting together with my best friends in college, having a pre-prom make up session with my girls… What more can I ask for? πŸ™‚

2. Class trip to Krabi
We’re flying off the very next day after prom (so can you imagine how hectic it’ll be, with the prom prep and trip packing???) I absolutely can’t wait to have four EPIC days of sun and sea and just plain unadulterated teenage fun with my awesome classmates! We’re gonna scale caves and hike hills and snorkel with fishes and kayak in the ocean and…. Ah! I’m so grateful to be in the class I’m in, really. People usually don’t associate the words intelligent and fun much, but that’a exactly what my class is. I know that we’re going to have the best time of our lives in Krabi, so this is why I want my exams to end SO BAD. I also want to buy a bikini πŸ˜€

3. Girls’ trip to Singapore
I personally find Singapore a very expensive place to travel to, mainly because of the currency conversion and the ludicrous hotel rates. So yayyyy we’re going to stay at Ai Lin’s relative’s place (thanks Ai!) and I don’t have to spend a single cent on accommodation! So that means more money for the other stuff like shopping (!!!), Universal Studios Singapore and other touristy things. Also, it’s going to be a great last bonding session for the girls in my class before we go off to university all around the world!

4. Working!
I’m going to intern somewhere that I’ve heard so much about and have always wanted to apply to, so I plucked up some courage and send in an application last month, went for an interview and yay I got it! *dances around* I still have some very heavy considerations to make about whether I should pursue a gap year or not, so yes I will think very hard and long about it once exams are over. But regardless of my decision, I’m still going to go ahead with my internship because the company deals with things that I am genuinely interested in and passionate about. Also, I think working there will be a whole lot of fun and a great learning experience! πŸ™‚ can’t wait!!!

5. Cooking and Baking
You know, just in case I don’t go to university…. NO I’M JUST KIDDING πŸ˜€ but yes, I really want to learn to cook and bake more. Learn the more complicated dishes and techniques (I really need a food processor), become like an amateur MasterChef, think of fancy names for my creations, and force Ian to eat every single hand-made catastrophe πŸ˜€ so much fun!

6. Become a spineless couch potato
Game of Thrones, How I Met Your Mother, Big Bang Theory, Mad Men, Sherlock, 90210. Come to mummy.

7. Spend more time with my loved ones
My family, my girls, Ian (before he goes back to Cambridge and leaves me all by myself). A Levels has kept me so busy and so caught up that I just haven’t had a nice, relaxed, stress-free good time with the people I care about. I will make amends once this dreaded exam is over πŸ™‚

Til then πŸ™‚



It is 8.36am as I type this, and I know what you must be thinking. What sane person blogs at eight in the morning? All it takes is a cup of tea from the Taiwanese tea joint too close to my house, and a sleepless night is guaranteed. Great fun, I assure you! I’m also training myself to be less reliant on air-conditioning for a good night’s sleep. If it’s any indication, I failed – miserably, may I add, and this has only been the second day. So yes, I’m still surviving now, but check back with me in about 2 hours alright.

While my brain and body will certainly suffer from this caffeine fuelled ordeal later today, I can’t say these few hours have been exactly bad. Oddly enough, I mustered up enough resilience and determination to drag myself off the bed, take a shower and head down to the kitchen. This was 4.30am. I continued reading Physics from where I left off previously, with only the quiet whirring of the ceiling fan and the flickering wings of some half-dead insect as company.

Physics, physics. I’m pretty sure I’ve mentioned about my love-hate relationship with the subject. The love only usually surfaces when I actually understand what I’m doing, while the hate… Let’s just say it’s there all the time, only masked or hidden by the sheer excitement of answering a question correctly. I have, however, come to realise that I do enjoy learning. I enjoy learning, I enjoy being taught, I enjoy understanding. These are the joys of a student, I feel. And I believe I will enjoy education and being educated so much more, if its purpose was to merely fulfill my curiousities of the world rather than say, to get a good grade for an exam.

The essence of learning is so that we find solutions to our questions, and while this is a seemingly ‘duh’ statement, I have to constantly remind myself about this. Why is this so? Perhaps it is because of the Malaysian education system, which promotes the digestion and regurtitation of facts (truth be told, after 11 years, this has become a comfortable routine for me). To learn, is to firstly, ask. Ask your own questions, then go out of the way to find an answer. If one answer doesn’t satisfy you (and you know it doesn’t), don’t give yourself excuses. Find another answer, and another, and another, until you find THE answer.

In my daily life, you will never see me sing praises about studying. Never. Because like what I said, conventional learning these days is limited to studying a set amount of textbooks, and having a competition to see whose better. But I really do enjoy the little moments. Moments that no one in an exam hall will ever have the chance of witnessing. Like that almost ecstatic high I reached last night when I finally understood why the speed of a conductor has to increase to accommodate the decrease in the change of magnetic flux, so as to maintain a constant emf. Nevermind the fact that this piece of information comes for a paper that I have to resit for, because I got a B last term. Learning is not and should not be a competition, but rather, a personal experience between you, and what this amazing universe has to offer.

So many people, myself included, often miss this point. And what a tragedy that is.


I Have Nothing

The title of this post isn’t even relevant to what I’m going to talk about today, so ya don’t worry I’m not depressed or anything (yet). Hahaha it’s a song by the late Whitney Houston and covered by thousands of people before, but I think nothing can beat the original. Yo, it’s Whitney! Anyway, I caught an episode of Glee where Kurt was singing it, and the very same week Jessica Sanchez sang it in the Idol finale as well! She didn’t win (yes, I am a little bummed) but she got the song stuck in my head the entire week! Seriously, I sing it in the shower, when I’m studying or when I’m trying to go to bed but I’m too awake to. Albeit 10 keys off. LOL shareeee my lifeeee, take me for whoooo I ammm.

Ok I have to stop. (but please YouTube the song if you haven’t already heard it yet)


Cakes at our lunch place today πŸ™‚

Anyway today I gave myself a break from my studies. I wouldn’t say it was a well deserved break, but it was definitely a well utilised one :p Let’s see, I woke up at 1pm. It’s been so long since I last woke up at 1pm, and I’ll have you know that I AM THE BIGGEST SLEEPER AROUND. Ask any of my friends. LOL so yes, I had a very satisfactory sleep. πŸ™‚ my dad and I headed to Kota Damansara for lunch and while we were making rounds looking for a parking space, something caught my eye. It was love at first sight. I don’t even know how to explain this to you (because I don’t want anyone to think I’m crazy) but you absolutely recognise the moment when you see a beautiful dress and your heart and mind whispers to you, “you must have it!” Oh my goodness, even I think I’m crazy. It’s fine, go ahead and judge me! Anyway so like i was saying, after lunch I begged my dad to let me check out the dress. I needed a proper dress for prom this coming June anyway so this may just be it!

So I went up to the boutique, told the sales assistant I saw the most gorgeous dress on the mannequin from the roadside, and asked to try it on. When I put it on, I was almost in tears. This is MY DRESS. It fit every corner and curve like a glove. Ok la no it didn’t, in fact I had to get it altered slightly at the bust (no boobs mah) and the length of the skirt (not tall enough fml). But otherwise all was good! I think I made my decision to buy the dress in less than 15 minutes, which in female terms is super duper fast leh. I don’t have the dress with me now because it’s being altered, but I really hope this wasn’t an impulse buy, or it won’t look as nice as I thought it was anymore. Because this happens all the time 😦 but in that moment, I absolutely loved the dress! I’m not going to post a picture of my dress because I don’t want my prom date to see the dress and I’m well aware that he reads my blog periodically. So no, if you’re reading this, you’ll just have to wait πŸ˜‰

All I can say is, the dress is nothing like what I had in mind. First of all, I wanted a short dress, because I had a long dress for last year’s prom and I wanted something new this time round. Also cos I thought long dresses for prom were a bit overrated, and you will only wear it once before it gets thrown into your closet and never see the light of day ever again. This is the true story of my old prom dress, poor thing. Turns out I got myself a long dress again. -.- Second, I was searching for something green in colour, and not just any green, but the deep Jaguar green. It’s my prom date’s favourite colour so I thought I’ll be the best partner ever by coordinating my dress colour with his ideal colour. But no, I failed LOL but you know, when a dress is calling you, you cannot say no. It’s against the law of attraction of the universe, equivalent to doom on you and your next 3 generations to come, resulting in ugly and only ugly dresses for all the girls in your future family.

I happened to try on a lilac dress at the same shop as well, which I thought was really pretty as well, but looked more like a wedding/bridesmaids gown than a prom dress so I chose the former dress. Then suddenly Huili called me saying she’s looking for a prom dress also, so I told her where I got mine and asked her to check it out also! Haha she went and try on the lilac piece, but I guess it didn’t suit her so she didn’t get it. But yes, she did find her dream dress also! Omg I’m so happy for her because I understand the feeling! <;3 so yay, we have one less burden on our shoulders for prom preparation! I ended my day by going to the movies with my dad and brother. We watched Dark Shadows, a comedic horror collaboration by Tim Burton and Johnny Depp. I love Johnny Depp and his eccentric roles, so yeah, it’s a rather fun watch! The Asian in me felt some guilt pinching at my conscience for not doing anything productive study wise, so when I got home I did some math questions. Tomorrow I’ll start working on my Mechanics! My goodness, I just realised how utterly bimbotic this post has been. My apologies, I can’t seem to churn out any deep, meaningful thoughts during exams period. 😦 goodnight.

My favourite place on earth πŸ™‚