Archive for September, 2009

Sheep in the Candy Section

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

Mood - Sheepish

At first I wanted to take pictures of all the candies but on second thought, maybe recording a video would be much faster. ↓

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A Game of Checkers Via MSN

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

Mood - Chatty

Sheep was having a game of Checkers with Pixy through MSN…

The game went well and we were very riled up to determine a winner… ↓

Though it seem impossible…

However… Just when sheep was making a run to transform the 3rd checker into a King… ↓

[ . . . ]

The game got disconnected.

…Son of a ——– <TTATT>lll

Pixy, mo ikkai yarou ze! <`A´>/

(Go one more round!)

Old Sundry Shops

Posted by: Ms Ayain Ms Aya's Papers
Mood - Jovial and vibrant

Mood - Jovial and vibrant

Baa~ Today’s the eve of Hari Raya~!

Baa~ <^v^>/ My neighbor seems to be having a good time. Her house is brightly lighted with vibrant colors as well as lots of food and cheerful visitors gathering outside. This being so — Their cars are blocking my gate! (Laughs nervously)

But what the heck? This only happens once a year!

Therefore — to all the Muslims out there, sheep wishes you a Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri! May you enjoy catching up with your family members and — the food~! (Laughs)


On my side, I spent the day reading, napping and a short outing. (Laughs)

Around tea time, my mother and I went to check out the other side of town, in which we bypass — but never once entered that area. Today out in the blue, mother decided we should go there for a look.

It was the type of area that has rows of old shop lots; usually sundry shops for the convenience of the town’s people.

I don’t think I’ve told you this before but — I like these kind of shops. The old, run down, sundry shops.

The minute I stepped out of the car, I saw children running around the shops and parents catching up to them. It’s typical that these kind of shops are run by families. You can see the whole family handling the shop’s business. Kind of comforting to see them spending their time together, even when working. Especially with their toddlers. <^-^>

However, it’s saddening to see the younger generation don’t take over their family business anymore. Many opt to get jobs in the city, leaving the parents and family business behind and when the parents pass away — so does their family business too. <;__;>

Oh well, while these shops are still on the surface — best I appreciate them before they extinct.

One other reason I like sundry shops is because they sell all sorts of knick-knacks that are no longer easy to obtain. There are some things that you just can’t find in Jusco and Cold Storage. Furthermore, they are cheap! <´v`>/

We went in this shop to check out what stuff they have. ↑

Sundry shops are tedious and crowded with things, so be careful — Particularly in the hardware section. (Laughs)

Sheep had to be very careful because if sheep were to trip and fall, the place will be even more of a mess than it already is OR injured self. (Laughs nervously)

Anyway, I didn’t knock on anything — thankfully… <´•ω•`>

↑ Baa~ I used to have a mug like this. Mother would use it to keep the eggs warm and sometimes when the Soya Bean lady drops by our back door, she would fill this mug with soya for us.

Very nostalgic indeed. And that brings me to my memory of my favorite toaster. (Laughs)

It was a green, quite dirty and burned out toaster. For some reason, it toasted better bread compare to the ovens and toasters that I’ve used by far. I was told that it was handed down by my grandma.

Sadly, we don’t have it anymore. I think it got lost while we were moving out of PJ. (Tears)

…I miss watching Mr Toaster melting the cheese on my bread. <;__;>

As I was browsing around, I came across some baby bottles. (Laughs)

When I was a baby, mother said I never liked drinking from the baby bottle, neither do I sucked my thumbs. I started drinking from the cup very early because I hate sucking in general. <_  _>

There was a time, some bottled drinks and tumblers had the sucker cap. Apparently, it was a cool thing back then (not to me, I don’t even bring tumblers to school for a start) but after the hullabaloo on the SARS attack, people stopped sucking and simultaneously — some churches stopped shaking hands during the ‘Peace be with you’ minute.

…So ya, you can foresee that my hubby will never get any oral jobs from me. <´•ω•`> (Laughs)

[ . . . ]

Time to put a fullstop to this pointless entry. <^-^>lll (Laughs nervously)



Mood - Smiley

Mood - Smiley

As promised, a review on the Samsung S5233W, also known as –  Samsung Star. \<ˆεˆ>/~☆

In this entry, you’ll find out its highlighted features, camera and video functions and quality, miscellaneous functions and more.

NB: This version of Samsung Star that I’m reviewing HAS NO 3G.


It has been a week now since I bought this phone and by far, no technical problem has occurred — thankfully.

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