Tuesday, September 22, 2009


bandana berlambang nazi ini disidai oleh seorang makcik.
makcik itu jiran kawan aku, dato.
dato kata anak makcik sebelah rumah dia ni skinhead.

skinhead bagi mak basuh baju.


Sunday, September 20, 2009

why utd got 6minutes added time you ask?

from re-winding the match, craig bellamy scored city's 3rd on 89:55.

the game does not restart until 91:01.
one minute and six seconds have been wasted and will be added onto the original four minutes of added time, taking it to at least 95:06.

carrick was brought on to replace Anderson.
All substitutions add 30 seconds onto added time, taking it to 95: 36

owen scored the winner on 95:28, meaning the game was still 8 seconds within added time.

so shut up sky-blue!
city are just blackburn rovers on steroids.

Friday, September 18, 2009

uitm hak melayu & bumiputera bodoh

benda dah lapuk.
tapi aku baru terkejut.

gila omg!

Sunday, September 13, 2009

ditengah-tengah korea-halim-raya-dan-sensualiti

banyak benda belajar wekeend ni.

1. tido atas lantai itu menyakitkan badan seperti 2hari straight bermain bola.
2. kalau sayangkan orang, kuranglah sayang kepada barang.
3. sifat ukhwah itu penting dalam konteks kekeluargaan.
4. rasisme membuta tuli masih wujud di maybank pudu.
5. 'segala pergerakan mengakibatkan kesan berlainan' nasihat val kilmer.
6. aku boleh survive tanpa u.i untuk dua hari berbalas dua pergaduhan.
7. paris hilton plastik cracked dimuka.
8. perlu beli touch n go.
9. tak suka tengok kawan kena marah dengan aweknya dihadapan mata semasa manchester united sedang mengasak.
10. code of man itu penting. tapi kebelakangan ini aku kepingin mengaplikasi code of men.
11. malam ini garago.
12. ha ha. jari dirapatkan.
13. kaca ambi-pur sangat kuat.
14. attaboy for rooney. but adebayor was way-y-y-y-y to oprovocative. but at some point, it is nice to see arsenal fans get out on rage. funny goon.
15. and it wont happen to united this comin weekend.


Tuesday, September 8, 2009

paham. what do you mean?

aku tak paham orang kelantan yang pakai baju that is so close to a signage that says 'kawe anok kelate.'


aku tak paham lecturer2 yang mengharapkan dianya ditegur oleh pelajar di public.
aku tau itu sifat sifat adab.
tapi kalau aku tidak mahu mempraktikkannya di jam 2240 ketika aku tengah menghirup meehon tomyam.

bukankah tindakan lecturer untuk melencong ke meja dan menyergah dengan muka masam untuk menunjukkan kekecewaan dirinya in angst kerana tidak ditegur oleh aku itu patut dilakukan?

i fail to conclude that spot.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

*kuda. of nancy-penalty issue from a viewpoint of me whos at time befriend with similar stuff.

why not just stop awarding penalties altogether?
In fact, lets not bother with fouls. that will completely eliminate diving and will allow for a nice, interruption-free game. I'd rather that, than have to hear yet more 'rooney was already falling before almunia touched him', 'eduardo was taking evasive action and would have been fouled had he not done so', 'blah blah blahdy fuckin blah whine' comments.

if a player is taking evasive action and is successful in doing so, then why should it be a foul? the player chose to abandon his pursuit of the ball, in favor of making sure he wasnt hurt, so therefore he also gives up his right to claim a penalty or free-kick. got me?

the game is football. the aim is to play the ball into the back of your opponent's net. At some point along the way, an opponent may well try and stop you.
now at this stage you have a choice:
try to continue with the ball,
give up and just let them have it.

please bear in mind that, on some occasions, your opponent is going to come at you quite aggressively, and possibly with the intention of hurting you.
if you are scared of that then
it just isn't the game for you. syuhh~

i'm not someone who revels in the 'it's a man's game' attitude that justifies kicking a prone opponent in the face, but nor do I feel that hurdling a challenge justifies a penalty.
Seriously come on, if eduardo was scared of what might happen, then the man should not be on the pitch.

the game should not be tailord to the psychological shortcomings of others. There are plenty of players who have suffered similarly awful injuries, and I'm sure some suffered more than others with the mental aspect, but that is not the fault of every future opponent they meet, and they should not be afforded any special treatment.

if you set foot on the pitch, you should be prepared to be on the receiving end of hard tackles sometimes. not psychotic, head-high schumacher-style fouls, but certainly the occasional ball-then-man-then-advertising-hoarding rip-snorter.

It is part of the bloody game.

If any player takes issue with that, then perhaps they should try their hand at netball.
just like professional wrestling.