Friday, July 31, 2009

One of those days.

Writhing in the throes of depression when theres no right to be depressed is not a pleasant place at all. But alas, when the negatives start piling up and you're too lazy to help yourself, theres not much you can do about it except feel bad and accept reality as it is.

Gone are the days where you can just laugh away or brush off the unpleasantries of life as if nothing bothers you, with not a care in the world.

How bad reality strikes you down. Its like being left out in the cold wilderness wondering what has happened, feeling so open and vulnerable.

Is this maturity?

Or is it just because theres no longer a sense of belonging. Sitting alone in some corner, surrounded by people who see through you. Walking in and out of your life with impunity simply because you're just a speck of dirt in the whole scheme of things. The type that people don't even bother to brush off their shoes.

Maybe one day that will change. Or remain as it always has. Leaving one feeling as if there is no reason for existence.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Yasith has officially moved to dumbshit status.

*yew fai says:

yasith cooks himself to make curry

yasith says:

nah i dont do hanibalism

Sunday, June 21, 2009


yasith says:

i might come at like 5 50

yasith says:


yasith says:

i gotta get a lift from mum and shes going somewhere

*yew fai says:


*yew fai says:


*yew fai says:

u idiot

yasith says:

i mean

yasith says:


Monday, May 25, 2009

Yasith is a tool. Episode 2.

yasith says:

hey let me come over and burrow some dvd's

*yew fai says:


*yew fai says:

u can burrow dvds all you like

*yew fai says:

u just cant borrow them

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

A dedication to Yasith.

yasith says:

swaeting at ppl is not polite

yasith says:

and a jackass attitude

*yew fai says:


*yew fai says:


*yew fai says:

you moron

Friday, March 13, 2009

My Personality Disorders.

Your view on yourself:

You are down-to-earth and people like you because you are so straightforward. You are an efficient problem solver because you will listen to both sides of an argument before making a decision that usually appeals to both parties.

The type of girlfriend/boyfriend you are looking for:

You like serious, smart and determined people. You don't judge a book by its cover, so good-looking people aren't necessarily your style. This makes you an attractive person in many people's eyes.

Your readiness to commit to a relationship:

You are ready to commit as soon as you meet the right person. And you believe you will pretty much know as soon as you might that person.

The seriousness of your love:

You like to flirt and behave seductively. The opposite sex finds this very attractive, and that's why you'll always have admirers hanging off your arms. But how serious are you about choosing someone to be in a relationship with?

Your views on education

Education is less important than the real world out there, away from the classroom. Deep inside you want to start working, earning money and living on your own.

The right job for you:

You have plenty of dream jobs but have little chance of doing any of them if you don't focus on something in particular. You need to choose something and go for it to be happy and achieve success.

How do you view success:

You are confident that you will be successful in your chosen career and nothing will stop you from trying.

What are you most afraid of:

You are afraid of having no one to rely on in times of trouble. You don't ever want to be unable to take care of yourself. Independence is important to you.

Who is your true self:

You are full of energy and confidence. You are unpredictable, with moods changing as quickly as an ocean. You might occasionally be calm and still, but never for long.

Karyee pointed me to this personality test thingy here which I find to be pretty accurate, except for the admirers bit, which I find pretty dodgy.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Careless Day.

Today was a seriously omg day. I had a management tutorial today and guess what?

I found out that I don't have any conceptual, human or technical skills according to some totally random management survey in the textbook. For the record, I would like to point out that this is indeed true and that I am not qualified to handle a job. Therefore, I should continue being a professional slacker for life. Now the next step in the equation is trying to persuade my parents. =D

Aside from that. Guess what. I rushed off to the library after class to grab a bite because I was massively hungry and when I opened my bag, I found, or rather didn't find my textbook! A brand new one costing close to 100 AUD. Yeah. So in the quiet study section of the library, I actually shouted: "FUCK!" and proceeded to run back into the classroom on the 3rd floor to find it. Guess what. IT WASN'T THERE!

Thinking I was doomed, I walked around campus trying to find my tute mates to ask them if they'd seen my book, which of course none of them did. =/

Not giving up hope I ran back into the Menzies building to find my tute guy to ask if he had kept it for me, but trying to find him was so hard. I ran up to the 4th floor to find the management faculty office closed. So I decided to find it for myself and ran through all floors to the 9th floor to find that, the management faculty were all on the 4th and 5th floors. WTF. So I had to run down there and sheepishly ask an associate professor to locate my tute guy's number. My tute guy didn't answer the phone. I mean like, seriously.

So I called up Kihsien to pass me Jenny's mobile number because she was in my tute as well. And Kih didn't really know which number it was and passed me 3 numbers. Lol. So I called the first number which didn't pick up, then the second which was Jia Lin and the third was some random girl name shirley or something. During the 3rd call, the first number called me back and thank god it was Jenny and she had passed my books to Darren. Thank you thank you.

I was so worried during the one and a half hours before my Accounting lecture that I forgot to eat, which was the reason I left my books in the first place. Talk about a random turn of events.

Well. All that running up and down should make me fit enough for a marathon in no time =p

To mark the end of this post, I would like to give you all a picture. You know, because the accounting lecture is dreadfully boring, we all have to resort to entertaining ourselves. Me with my iPod and Elton with his TB games:

Thats all folks. A special thank you to Jenny who found my books and passed it to Cheah. To Kih who was nice enough to send me the phone numbers and to Cheah who had to carry the books around. =D