Archive for February 9th, 2009

Stop Harassing Me!

Posted by: Ms Ayain Ms Aya's Papers
Mood - Mad!

Mood - Mad!

Argh! <`A´>/

This is Ms.Aya who is fuming over a pathetic caller who can’t stop harassing sheep!

For goodness sake! I’ve just changed to a new number and I’m already getting unwanted anonymous calls and messages?

You see, this son of a B mistook my number for his so-called “Brother” and when I told him that he called the wrong number, he just wouldn’t leave me alone.

It started out with a text message in which I ignored and eventually, he phoned my number. I vehemently insisted that he got the wrong number and he still persist to disturb me!

And at least twice a day he will give me a cheap miss call and some stupid eye-sore messages. \<`A´>ξ

Perhaps upon learning that the receiving caller is a girl, he thought that he had a chance to woo sheep or something. Seriously, how low can one be?

Does he in all seriousness think I would entertain his calls and arrange to meet up with him? Would any girls do that to an annonymous caller? I doubt so.

This isn’t the first time I get such harassments via phone calls and text messages. I received a fair number of indecent ones along the way to the extend I tried to divert all their calls to the police station or to Domino’s Pizza.

You know what? There’s one thing in common about these guys: They all speak and interact in MALAY!

I’ve never come across any morons with such desperate and inappropriate behaviors who speaks in English, Chinese or Tamil. It’s always a Malay behind the call.

Indonesian, Bangladesh — Whatever race they are — Please stop it. You can never get laid that way, you bastards.

You can never be friends with girls OR guys for the matter.

!! Roars !!

Thankfully, my LG KF350 has this feature that allows me to reject a certain caller.

Those of you ladies who are having the same idiotic problem as me and happen to own an ice-cream phone, here’s how you can reject that scum bag automatically:

  1. First and foremost, save his number as whatever you want to name him. In my case, I named him REJECT ME. As much as you don’t want to save his number (believe me, I don’t want to either) but you have to in order to use this feature.
  2. Create a group. I created a group called “Blacklisted” and selected him to be in that category.
  4. Click OK and switch REJECT to ON.
  5. Followed by REJECT LIST, select GROUPS.
  6. Then select your blacklisted group under REJECT GROUP 1.
  7. Finally… Click DONE.

By far, I haven’t heard of him and I don’t know whether it’s due to the reject feature that I activated. I haven’t tested whether this function truly works but hopefully, it does.

As for text messages, I’m unsure if it can be block. (Sigh)


One other problem I’m having is the inability to send out picture messages and surfing the Internet via phone. It’s not my cellphone’s problem but the service provider, Hotlink. I guess it’s because I’m using a new SIM number so I have yet to activate the extra services. Because when I used my previous Hotlink number on this phone, it worked perfectly fine.

Furthermore, Hotlink’s server to deliver phone settings is currently down as said by the customer service which I called the other day.

Baa… <u_u,> This is sheep’s luck for you… (Tears)

Oh if you have no other options to prevent that disgusting-low-life-creep… Then I suggest you get your guy friend to answer his call. I’m very sure your guy friends are more than willing to help you in this crisis. <^v^>/ (Laughs)

Ok, I’ll stop whining — period. <T_T>

Baa…. <u_u>

My Few Days in KL

Posted by: Ms Ayain Ms Aya's Papers
Mood - Nemui

Mood - Nemui

Tadaima, my darlings~♥!

I’m so happy to be home in JB where my dearest Auwlithe has waited patiently for my arrival~♫

Of course as the few of you who have been refreshing my blog for updates — here I am. <^-^>lll (Laughs)

I forgot to announce that I will be outstation for a few days which is very unlike of me to do so. Anyway, thanks to my brother’s iPhone, I was able to notify everyone about my absence. (Laughs nervously) <n_n>lll

My purpose to KL was to celebrate a friend’s birthday and most importantly, shop for new clothes~☆!

The whole trip was to some point fun but I just didn’t feel too good because I dislike traveling a lot. (And to think I once upon a time aspired to be a tour guide…) <¬_¬>lll

Let’s move on to the highlights of this trip~☆:

Day ONE:

My brother dropped his cell phone onto the LRT (train) tracks. <OAO>{Eraitkotcha!] ↓

We were on our way to KL Central to meet up with our Iranian friend and we could have gotten there sooner however, my brother accidentally lost grip of his phone and it fell on the tracks at Bangsar station.

It was quite a silly incident and everyone in the train gasped at my brother for losing his phone to the tracks. Some asked what phone model was it, is it a new phone — those kind of questions. But after I reminded my brother that we were indeed on our way to get him an iPhone — everyone gasped again. /<O[]O>\

Actually, all this can be avoided if the train does not leave its door open for too long. I notice that the stop at Bangsar is longer than usual. Maybe I’m the only one who feels this way since I haven’t took the train in a long time. <+_+>

Anyway, a woman told us that we could retrieve the phone back by reporting to the station master. With that, we alighted the train at the next destination and took a ride back to Bangsar station to retrieve the phone. Thankfully, the station master was cooperative and helped my brother get back his phone by switching off the electricity for a while in order to go down to the tracks. ↓

Of course, my brother was not permitted to retrieve the phone by himself. They had one of their people to do it for him. Apparently, this is the first time someone has dropped his/her cellphone onto the tracks according to the station master. <_  _>lll

Nanda yo, oni-chan… <_  _>lll

After we successfully retrieved the cell phone, we met up with our friend in KL Central and we journeyed to Low Yat Plaza in search for an iPhone. The 3 of us spend some time in Low Yat before we could have our dinner. I was really famish, you know. And when I’m hungry, I’d keep quiet and refuse to talk until I’m fed. (Laughs) <^-^;>

But all the waiting was well worth it because I had my first try on Iranian food~☆. ↓

The meal you see above is the Iranian style of Chicken Rice. The special and unique point about Iranian food is their rice. Unlike our Chinese rice which is plain and short, Iranian’s grain of rice is longer and it’s usually mixed with a bit of butter or margarine which gives the rice some flavor even on its own. <´v`>/ Yummy yum yum~♥!

The little red dots you see are somewhat raisins but they’re not. Just looks and tastes like them.

The taste of their version of Chicken Rice is beyond words. I enjoyed the meal so much that I wiped every single grain of rice. <^v^>/

Day TWO:

I went to 1Utama with Ms.Ladan in quest of shopping for new clothes. Sadly, I only bought one skirt from Momoe because most of the boutiques there were simply not suited for my taste. Money isn’t the obstacle but I’m just not willing to pay a lump some of money for something I am only half-satisfied. <x__x>

In the evening, my brother and I celebrated her birthday in our hotel room. Most of the photos were taken with their cameras, not mine. So I apologize for the lack of visual aid. (Laughs nervously)

Once we indulged in the cake, we left for Time Square to do more shopping. <^w^>/

Unfortunately, I couldn’t find the clothes that I wanted! (Cries)

We then had our dinner at another Iranian restaurant called Naab. ↓

This time I tried GohmaSabzi[?] — I don’t know how to spell it… Sorry! <∏A∏>/ ↓

The vegetables and gravy tasted a bit similar to the sour vegetable dish. It was quite tasty but I still prefer their Chicken Rice. <^x^>/

And this wraps up for the 2nd day in KL.

Oh ya, we came across this Inmovable Silverman outside Time Square. <=__=>lll You have to pay him RM2 to take a picture with him. But since he can’t move, I guess even if you don’t pay — he can’t harm you otherwise the show is over~

[ . . . ] Ok, sheep will stop being mean. <_  _>lll


Sheep went to The Curve by herself~♫. <´•ω•`> ↓

Still, I couldn’t find any nice clothes. I even crossed over to IKANO but found nothing that pleases my style! Seriously, I was fuming throughout the day but later console myself by freeloading the bookstore. I read several chapters of RAVE and probably in one of these days, I’ll get the DVD.

In the bookshop, I also found my brother’s book~☆! ↓

Baa~♥ He’s slowly expanding him reputation and business. <—ω—>/

Later, I hung around Pet Safari… ↓

And then I moved on to …. ↓

Ok from this point onwards there’s going to be an avalanche of photos that I took in IKEA. It may be boring to you (heck this whole entry is a bore) so exit while you still can~ (Laughs)

I took many photos of their display rooms and furniture. Sheep likes this kind of things and one day when I have a home of my own, I want to decorate it nicely and turn it into a pleasant home! <^ε^>/~♥

When that day comes, I’ll refer back to these photos for inspirations and creativity! ↓

Sheep wool carpet!

Sheep wool carpet!

Baa~ Ore-sama da yo!

Baa~ Ore-sama da yo!

Showing off my phone!

Showing off my phone!

That’s about it for my third day. I had to walk back to Ms.Ladan’s condominium and at that moment, I felt like a damsel sheep in distress thanks to the rain. (Groans) \<`A´>ξ

Late in the evening, we accompanied my brother to see him off at the air port. He will be in Sydney, Australia for a week and if his memory does not fail him — I do hope he remembers to get me 3 things: 1 Kangaroo, 1 Koala Bear and 1 Sheep!


Sheep left KL for JB. While waiting for the train’s arrival at Star Bucks, sheep managed to draw Dion Castlock. ↓

Baa~ And now…

I’m in the comfort of my home… <u_u>

Sheep is such a boring traveler, don’t you agree? A~ah well…

This is Ms.Aya, reporting out. ↓


PS: Sheep bought this at Record Tower, 1U. Has anyone watched this yet? Pixy? <.___.>{?]