30 March 2009

Chicken Wing..It's Dangerous??

Avoid eating chicken wings frequently - ladies, especially; a true story...!
A friend of mine recently had a growth in her womb and she underwent an operation to remove it. The cyst removed was filled with a dark colored blood. She thought that she would be recovered after the surgery but she was terribly wrong.

A relapse occurred just a few months later. Distressed, she rushed down to her gynecologist for a consultation.
During her consultation, her doctor asked her a question that puzzled her. He ask if she was a frequent consumer of chicken wings and she replied yes wondering as to how, he knew of her eating habits. You see, the truth is in this modern day and age; chickens are injected with steroids to accelerate their growth so that the needs of this society can be met. This need is none other than the need for food..

Chickens that are injected with steroids are usually given the shot at the neck or the wings. Therefore, it is in these places that the highest concentration of steroids exists. These steroids have terrifying effects on the body as it accelerates growth.. It has an even more dangerous effect in the presence of female hormones, this leads to women being more prone to the growth of a cyst in the womb. Therefore, I advise the people out there to watch their diets and to lower their frequency of consuming chicken wings!

p/s : i got diz frm a fren of mine..thx 4 da email! =)

25 March 2009

Taking People For Granted

Every one of us, at some point or another, are guilty of believing that people we care about will always be there for us, and will always be available. But I'm afraid that it isn't necessarily so. Many of us have a tendency to put off things we want to say and do until tomorrow... sometimes we run out of tomorrows.

Our mothers, fathers, family, and friends are the core that we interact with everyday. We must always realize that there are no guarantees that each one of them will be available to us at will. By thinking that they will always be there, we can very easily take them for granted. The good deeds and contributions that they make to our lives can sometimes go by unnoticed. We casually can mutter a phrase like "Mom's always there", "Anne's a great friend", "Isn't Dad great?" like a programmed response with not a second thought to it.

Then one day, out of the blue, the phone doesn't ring, the letters stop coming...the person is gone. At that point, we begin to realize just how much we've lost. The space that's left in our lives, that was once full, is now empty. Regret starts creeping into our thoughts that maybe we didn't say enough to the person, while they were still here.

Even though it is very hard, and sometimes impossible to change the past, we can change the present. Look around....think about who in your life contributes to your development on a regular basis...and those that you, too, help. "Thank you" is not a very difficult phrase to say...but its meaning to a given person can be tremendous.

It's okay to tell people how much you need them, and how much you love them. Do it while they're here.

Take the time to love,

i feel very touched when i read this article..i miss my family especially my parent..i noe i hav a lot of sins towards them..u can say that i am selfish and self-centered dats because ive been raised as a single child..sometimes i pray dat god will take my life first rather than my parent because i noe my life will be so much harder without them..even tho i dun express my real feelings towards them..deep inside i really care n love them so damn much..there's nutting in da world means anything to me than my parent..hopefully i can still make things rite before its too late..

19 March 2009

Mon chèr

Parfois, je perd confiance en toi,
et pourtant je voudrai tant te croirecomprend moi,
malgré mon amour pour toi les entendre me fait douter pardonne moije cherche pas à te faire fuire,
voit au moins celle que tu veux suivre,
mais bébé non ne m'en veux pas si je cherche à me protegerpar le passé j'ai trop pleuré,
pourtant je fuis pour oublieraujourd'hui c'est à tes côtés que je veux avancer

10 March 2009

What Is The Difference Between Love And Marriage?

A student asked a teacher, “What is love?” The teacher said, “in order to answer your question, go to the wheat field and choose the biggest wheat and come back. But the rule is: you can pick only once and cannot turn back to pick again.”

The student went to the field, go through the first row, he saw one big wheat, but he wanders….maybe there is a bigger one later. Then he saw another bigger one… but maybe there is an even bigger one waiting for him. Later, when he finished more than half of the wheat field, he started to realize that the wheat is not as big as the previous one he saw, he knew he has missed the biggest one, and he regretted.

So, he ended up going back to the teacher empty handed. The teacher told him, “…this is love… you keep looking for a better one, but when you realized later on, you have already missed the person….”

“What is marriage then?” The student asked.

The teacher said, “in order to answer your question, go to the corn field and choose the biggest corn and come back. But the rule is: you can pick only once and cannot turn back to pick again.”

The student went back to the corn field, this time he is careful not to repeat the previous mistake, when he reached the middle of the field, he picked one medium sized corn that he felt satisfied, and came back to the teacher.

The teacher told him, “this time you bring back a corn…. you look for one that is just nice, and you have faith and believe this is the best one you can get…. this is marriage.”


I Don't Need Sex!

this article makes me wanna laugh..i get it from http://sjsandteam.wordpress.com/page/3/..

here it is..


KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia: Malaysians called it a political tsunami when public discontent loosened the government’s five-decade grip on power in elections a year ago. The period since has been likened to a circus.

123we34eThe National Front coalition remains in power, and main opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim has had to back off claims that he would topple the government within months. But normally predictable Malaysian politics is increasingly less so, as new cracks keep opening up in the ruling coalition.

The prime minister is being forced out by an open revolt in his own party. The National Front lost two special elections to fill parliamentary vacancies, an unimaginable result in the past. And the government’s attempt to oust an opposition-led state government has wound up in deadlock, with both sides claiming to be in charge.

The unprecedented weakness of the National Front has emboldened Malaysians to demand more rights in a country accustomed to virtual one-party rule since independence in 1957.

123we34eIn last year’s March 8 election, the ruling coalition had its worst-ever showing, losing its longtime two-thirds majority in parliament and control of five of Malaysia’s 13 states. Malaysians realized for the first time that “there can be alternative governments … that the power to shape opinions and decisions comes from them,” said Tricia Yeoh, a political analyst who advises the opposition.

“This translates into a more demanding public, holding governments accountable to standards higher than they themselves would have imagined prior to March 8th, 2008,” she said. Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who was widely blamed for the setback, resisted resignation calls for months before agreeing in October to step down around March 31.

“We have been in power for so long that some people (in the party) take it for granted. We are telling our people times have changed,” said International Trade and Industry Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, a vocal critic of Badawi. “It is a question of survival.”

123we34eThe public appears lukewarm toward his successor, Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak. In a poll of 1,018 registered voters, 41 percent said he would do a good job, while 36 percent disagreed. The nationwide telephone survey by the Merdeka Center had a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points.

Razaleigh Hamzah, a respected ruling party official, said Najib’s ascent “will not magically set us on the path to restoration.”

Najib spearheaded campaigns for the two special elections, but the ruling coalition lost both. Much of the voter anger stems from the government’s empty pledges to curb corruption and cronyism, especially in awarding public contracts.

The ruling coalition has also failed to resolve racial and religious grievances of ethnic Indian and Chinese minorities in this Malay-majority nation, including alleged police killings of Indian suspects.

123we34eFears that Malaysia may tumble into its first recession since 1998 have increased disquiet. The economy grew just 0.1 percent in the final three months of 2008, and 22,000 people have lost their jobs since October.

The National Front’s sole success was in wresting back control of the northern state of Perak, which it had lost in the March 2008 elections. But even that may have backfired.

It coaxed three lawmakers to leave the rival People’s Alliance coalition, tipping the balance in the Perak legislature in its favor. But instead of waiting for a vote by lawmakers, the National Front got the state’s sultan to appoint a new chief minister from its coalition. The move was condemned as unconstitutional, and the People’s Alliance and the national lawyers’ association are demanding elections to end the deadlock. The National Front has refused.



05 March 2009


im not feeling very well today..keep sneezing non stop..my body temperature seems to climb up..hmm..today is my 1st day as an employee at the IPRM..nutting much..bored as usual..btw tonight's plan is cancel..juz because im not in da office this few days..so no one talked about it n they thot that it's cancel..i dun mind..i juz think dat i need it because im stress n not in a very good mood these days..no one knows about it except for someone dat i trust..well..i can just pray for good things to happen..*finger crossed* =)