Tuesday, December 27, 2005


Went to Penang to send Otel back to his place during the weekend. Everytime we're there BJ is a must place to go. Clear DVD's for RM5 (last time it was VCD). PC games - I believe we already have almost all of them. So just imagine the time when I was there studying a few years back. I was like in heaven. I knew every movie there was. My brothers asked me to buy this game and that. I was a gamer to but gradually lost interest due to other commitments at hand.

When I got back home, I was dumbfounded and entertainmently exhausted. Cinemas only cured a tiny weeny part of it. The thing is I watch movies over and over and over again. So if I want to watch it again I had to go to buy tickets which is not cheap if Ammar + Otel tag along. It's kinda a package thing - you do this and you'll do that also. You know there'll always be lunch or dinner and places like that don't have kedai mamak. Which usually left me with KFC, McD, Nando's, Kenny Roger's and the like... And my brothers, oh they're quite a high maintainance. They'll pick places like Nando's, Starbucks, etc. Good food always come with a good price you know what I mean lah. But being my brothers have the advantages so there. Hey I'm not complaining since I know how much they're gonna pay me back when they start working...eheheheh...

Back to the movies, yeah it was always fun going to BJ. Not to mention the baju there. I got myself 4 lovely lovely tops for work for RM80. 11 DVD's for RM50! And some bucks for 4 PC games. Talk about splash it all out baby. And on the way there we stopped by at Parit Buntar and I got really expensive looking baju kurung for RM35.... muahahaha...soronok aku wehhhh.... People here are so not gonna believe so why not just humor them. Hmmm... what should be the price tag? Usually baju kurung of that kind - RM150... *evil laugh*.... ok ok... The point of the whole story here is you can find anything you want if you know where to look. This applies to everything in life.

I got a meeting going on in half an hour. So, it's good to back in KL.

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