Friday, 30 April 2010

Palatschinken? Gewinnen Oh Yeah


Some women are asking for equality. And this  was proved when there was the pink commuter issue.

So the KTMB had set up this pink commuter, to let women who use the commuter take a break from being sexually harassed. But again, there were voices from 'popular and outspoken' women 'role models', in this case, wan gayah, said the pink coach was 'insulting women'

she said a lot of other (in my opinion) crap.

do you know what wan gayah is fighting for? she is a warrior, a 'saint' (konon), for gender equality. and a certain menteri is also doing the same. and a certain menteri of 'family and women' department is also doing the same.

equality, no offence wan gayah, but i beg to differ with your pov. minta izin puan shahrizat, saya ada pendapat sedikit berbeza. hey sisters of islam, marina mahathir, the whole lot. i think youre wrong. you want equality, others dont.

if women ride the commuter, they hate being molested. atau diraba. women hate being rubbed by indons and horny malays and horny other people. women. hate. being. molested. this coach was built for comfort of women. ive never heard of a man complaining of being molested by the opposite sex. though ive heard a man brag about being molested in the KTM. not complaining.

equality, is being treated equally. if you want equality, imagine you were pregnant. men, obviously, dont get pregnant. (unless they do a sex change and were pregnant beforehand). so lets say you are pregnant. and you have your own freaking orbit. cause you so  damn big. and you wanna apply for pregnant leave. but you see, men dont get pregnant leave. cause. yeah. they dont get pregnant. so you have to climb up 3 steps of stairs being 9 months pregnant. cause you want to be treated like men.then after giving birth, youre going straight back to the office.

women are not men. you cant expect to be treated equally as men. its not right.

most women dont want to work as construction workers. see the indonesians coming. the men are working as construction workers, the females as cleaners etc. why? cause being a construction worker is physically constraining. its tiring. give the more physically demanding jobs to men. thats how it was meant to be. its was like this when time began.

men and women are not equals. we have to be treated fairly, not equally. fairly always works out. equally does not. the KTMB built a coach to prevent you, being, molested. for your safety. so you can go back home, see your kids, without being ashamed deep down inside that everyday you go to work your ass is touched by a coachfull of men.

be grateful. this is not your place. may god bless you.

Monday, 12 April 2010

Malaysia decides to stop production and selling of 14-cigarette packs


Something. Cigarettes. I read about them in The Sun. The free newspaper you can get delivered to your doorstep daily for just 30sen a copy. that Sun.

It said the government is going to stop selling 14cigarette packs.

Im liking this idea. Not for any specific reason, but just due to the fact that it gave me something to write about. something that is close to our hearts, the tobacco and tar which clogs our vessels. I don't know what vessels, but i know some type of vessel.

Anyway, i think there is a misunderstanding going on. Because without 14 cigarette packs, kids will have to smoke 6 more cigarettes per pack. The government are seeing the glass as half empty, or totally empty. To them its "weh, aku xde duit nak beli 20 batang. jadi aku tak jadi merokoklah"

but in reality, its "aku sekarang perlu merkok lebih 6 batang je, bukan beza sangat pun harga dengan yang 14 batang". i think i am one to give an opinion on this, since in my school days, my best friends were James Winston, Marlboro Chia and Ong Pol Mol.

Ive never heard of a smoker who goes "oh since i don't have the money to buy cigarettes, i guess i'll just have to not buy them", cause this is higly unlikely. its more like "bodo punya ****, pergi jack harga, tengok, lunch sekarang aku tak jadi makan, rokok je lebih"

cause cigarettes are easy to get. relatively cheap (to neighbouring country). there has to be another way to stop people from smoking. and i think that halting the selling of 14 cigarette packs is not one of them.

another thing is that i have never been asked "hey adik umur berapa?" when i was in Alam Shah and wanted to buy cigarettes at Petronas. its just a myth, that underaged kids can't buy smokes. its not just a myth, its a joke. It was more like "adik pasti tak nak yang 20 batang ke? kami sedang ada promosi"

yeah, me, in my baju rasmi sekolah, with the lambang sekolah, and my underaged bululess face, was asked this question. nice. if the authorities are serious about reducing the number of smokers, then theyre not doing it right. Or doing it right, but not trying it hard enough? ntoh
so i have a suggestion for this government. how bout, ok, read this, uhuh, how about, apa kata, what say, that, we, ahah, apa kata, kita buat kempen, haah. kempen. bes gila kempen. nama kempen tu kan, kan, TAK BOLEH. its like TAK NAK, but if you realised it, i changed the word NAK with BOLEH? kan? haah. camtu ah, so like. ni cam.

weh lot, jom rokok. then ill go "tak boleh". cause, its not really a nak pun. u understand? then its like, the poster. of it. is empty. like. theres nothing. instead of the crooked rokok, the TAK Nak rokok, we'll have nothing. ie, we didn't take the cigarette at all.

then the iklan for the campaign, is like, "skrin putih. then it says. 'turn up your volume'. then gullible rakyats will actually turn up the volume. then. the suara iklan dude, the one who does the ASTRO BEYOND voice will say "JANGAN MEROKOK LA BANGSAT". TAK BOLEH MEROKOK 2010"

oh yes. nice. if you want to buy this idea government, i dont care of which country pun, i will trade it for an Xbox 360, a bass guitar, and new rims for my myvi. that is all. serious berbaloi dowh jeebs.

come on la jeebs, serious laku dowh.

Friday, 9 April 2010

mara interview 2010

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Today i want to share my experience to the mara interview. they say you cant go to both JPA and MARA, well, i say, THEY LIED. And i am the living proof of that lie, cause i went to both.

I don't remember what day it was, but i do remember that some friends came along with me, to the interview. the mara interview 2009 was the one i attended, and my friends had brought their folders and essays, all looking brilliantly confident.

I woke up at six, or later than that, with a bad stomach. this, is what almost ruined my day, and also could have ruined my friends' future, for i had to drive to kl, to the interview. TIP 1- better ask your mum to depart early, and go early cause the traffic jam sucks arse, and the organisation of the interviews are not good, you barely know where to go, and what to do, when you arrive. 

as i arrived, i rushed straight to the toilet, there i met some people. they looked at me in the most "weh dia ni selekeh gila la shiot" way, cause, i was wearing a sweater and jeans, and slippers. the reason for this is because i didnt attend the scholarship for the interview, i was merely the driver for my friends.

anyway, as i sat down waiting for my friends to finish their interviews, a makcik came down and sat next to me. she had her daughter alongside her, the daughter held a piece of paper, and had a pen in hand. what was she doing? she was writing her essay. TIP 2 - dont write the essay at the interview location, you should already have it printed out.and ready.

then the makcik said to me -"anak saya ni bagus gle. dia ni stret A. pmr stret A. smua stret A. dia nk jd doktor. then she asked me "adik dpt brapa spm" i sed "saya bio B bm A2, maklum saya ni sengal, saya xappply MARA, saya apply JPa lagi best"

then she made a "dia ni sengal gila, selekeh pulak tu" face. her daughter was like quiet, i thought she was ashamed of her mum, rupanya she said "ntah, saya nk amik pharmacy la, bukan medik mak" then continued writing her esssay. anyway, i waited for Zigu, my friend, he said it was easy, all was well. but the my other friend X came out, X said "weh aku blank dowh, dia tanya soalan pelik". it turns out that, he was actually blank. so the interviewer tried to help him. but the problem was, he couldnt help himself, cause he memorised the dialog, so when the interviewer asked "kamu dari mana? ada apa istimewa dekat situ" he turned blank. idiot. TIP 3 > dont memorise dialogs, and be comfortable with the interviewer, she or he will help you if you go blank, they dont eat people.

anyway, my other friend applied to go to GMI, and hadnt prepared a thing. but he was the confident type, who had no worries. so he just said anything on his mind. he said " weh aku x prepare apa2", but he still go the mara scholarship. good for him. 

anyway, the moral of the story is, 4 of my friends got the scholarship, but two of them didn't manage to fly. they said "MARA xde duit, so aku xfly", which is quite sad. cause they worked their butts off to learn overseas, but it seems fate is against them. so the bottom line is, if you get MARA (untuk Pelajaran Ijazah Luar Negara), it doesnt mean you will study Luar Negara, cause sometimes, life sucks.

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Sunday, 4 April 2010

It Is That Time Of The Day

this alongside muse's resistance has to be the songs of the year

why am i pasting video's which i didn't make myself? because i forgot what i was going to write about. and that sucks. both songs made me have goosebumps. cools. pointless post.

this has to be best video ever. the best video so far man. hands down cards up

Saturday, 3 April 2010


For once i am truly sorry for making lost links to this blog. People have google d "jpa interview tips temuduga jpa jpa 2010 interview tips jpa interview putrajaya jpa interview review jpa interview flow mara interview tips petronas interview tips bank negara interview tips interview tips khazanah interview tips sime darby interview tips tenaga nasional interview tips telekom malaysia interview tips mara interview tips tips temuduga mara proses temuduga mara mara scholarship 2010" and etc.

So for once, i am going to write about the jpa interview.

I once read a quote on reader's digest, stating
"there are too many mistakes to make in life. you can't just learn from your own mistakes, but also from others' "

so being someone who didn't pass the interview, i think my advice will be quite not so helpful, but you can interpret what i say in your own way, as to learn from the mistakes i made.

anyway, as my interview was in the semi-afternoon, i was damn hungry. and also seeing that i didn't eat well days prior to the interview, i had to go to the toilet before the interview began. this was very inconvenient.

so remember to eat well, a few days before any interview for that matter. 'cause the last thing you want, is to have a cirit-biriting stomach on the day of your interview. i'm not saying i had cirit-birit on the day. maybe i did, maybe i didnt. it remains a mystery.

i didn't have some documents which were required, as were requested in the  forms, i think that played a major part in my failure to seize the scholarship. as you all hopefully have or will.

don't memorize lines because that won't help either. the best thing to do is remember a guideline.

i didn't do any research for my interview and went in rambo style, ie: with my eyes closed and fingers crossed, hoping the interviewers don't realise im a lazy a55. too bad i was transparent.

the interview starts off easy, by introducing yourself. don't tell too much about yourself, cause the interviewers don't really want to know. they just want to see which name you are on the papers on their desk.

why you chose the course. this is important. lie if you must. try not berlagak by saying "i was bla3 in sekolah", cause sekolah and university/college aren't the same. 
make sure the country you chose actually offers the course you want. for example, if you plan on taking islamic finance, then you don't have to fly, cause Malaysia offers that already. 

dont be too quiet. but dont be too loud. cause being too quiet annoys the jpa dudes. being too loud annoys the people next to you. ie your competition.

dont be like me, shake your interviewers hands, and say thank you sir or whatever. if you brought cigarettes, make sure they dont show in your pocket. like that box shape thang. yeah.

make sure phones are off at all times lol.

dont wear pakaian that makes you look like a whore. i saw most chinese kids wore clothes as though they wana go clubbing in kebaya. like really sexy clothes. sexy kebayas. i saw this sikh girl which was in the same sekolah rendah as me, wear really thick make up like she was a whore. i dont think that is quite appropriate.

the JPA give scholarships to ugly people (referring to you) too, so dont fret. your fugly face will not have such a big effect on how the interview works out. being ugly is part and parcel of life.

i pity you for being ugly lol

-not all of this is correct. i think almost none is. but i just had to write somethhing.
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