Saturday, February 27, 2010


When I was smaller, I wanted to go to America. It was a childhood dream that I realised almost a decade ago when I qualified for an international training program by Marriott hotels. For a year, I was based in Austin, the capital of Texas.

I loved the time I spent there. I met some wonderful people and earned some amazing experiences. There were beautiful places that I was fortunate enough to visit too. Travelling is so convenient. It was really good that one can just hop on a domestic flight and before you know it, you're in a completely different place. Such a diversity of culture and wide array of sights.

Another dream destination is Chile. I just fell in love when I saw pictures of it on The Amazing Race. The architecture looks awesome and the land just intrigued me. It stretches 4300km – over half the continent of South America– and encompasses a remarkable variety of landscapes. From the driest desert in the world (near San Pedro de Atacama) in the north to massive glacial fields in the south. Filling up the in-between are volcanoes, geysers, beaches, lakes, rivers, steppe, fjords, countless islands, and the Andes mountain range. Because of its amazing landscape and topography, the country has a varied climate. It's like the four seasons in one nation anytime of the year! I promise to visit Chile someday.

Unless you live under a rock, you know that it was hit by a devastating earthquake today- 8.8 on a richter scale which went on for at almost 90 seconds- that to me is unimaginable. For the last couple of hours, I've been glued to the telly as I watch the news unfold. Experts are saying that the magnitude of the quake is so massive that practically every country in the Pacific Rim is affected because of the tsunami triggered by this great seismic acticvity. I hope majority will be spared.

To the two Chilean visitors of my blog, I'll be thinking of you and your beautiful country. I pray that you all are safe and that your nation will rise from this adversity.

Friday, February 26, 2010

killer voice

If there is reincarnation, I want to come back with Jack Bauer's voice. There's something about the tone that's menacing and sexy at the same time. It's silky smooth and yet grimly brutal. It's the sort of voice that can make your enemies drop dead in fear and the ladies drop their knickers. LOL. I'll be the ultimate action hero. Do you think drinking copious amount of whiskey and smoking large cigars will do the trick? I doubt the missus will approve.

Watch the hilarious video below as Jack Bauer terrorises Father Christmas.

The new season of 24 is on at Sky1 every Sunday at 9PM.

Sunday, February 07, 2010

Saturday, February 06, 2010


When the heavens showered the land with breasts, you obviously received a lump sum. And we are happy. But when the heavens showered the land with brains, your jugs must've weighed you down and caused you to trip. Which then made you unable to run quickly. Hence, you only got the dregs at the bottom of the barrel.

That was painful. I must be a masochist for watching the video in its entirety. Or perhaps it was her breasts that drew me in.

Ara Mina, bless your heart. Ever heard the saying, better seen than heard? Of course not! Why did I even ask? What I'm trying to say is, you maybe easy on the eyes but please just shut up because you have no idea how much headache you caused me.

And QC peeps, if y'all are trying to humour us by voting for her come May. Let me paint a picture for you. 9 years from now, she'll be running for senate. And should that happen, I will personally hold y'all responsible for all the sexy movies she could've done but didn't.