Previously, 3 years flashback of my first time to shop online. I shopped for a Rolex watch that ( obviously, not genuine) for only rm65 with delivery charges of rm12. Yes, I got that watch but erm… I really forgets where is it now. ahakz.

Then last 2 weeks, I had once again ventured into what I called it as E-Shopping. I went for buying all sorts of perfumes and slim n silhouette thingy that I’d bid for not less all of them priced RM250. It’s easy as before just bid and if you are the winner, should asap do the payment to the virtual shop owner.

Below are the pixs :

04 Dec

Six toes or S.I.T.O?

Category: Ramblings

I’ve found this rare kitten at Shell Maran while on the way to Fazi’s House for her wedding. I wanted to bring this kitty all the way to Johor, but my sister won’t let me. She said that the cat will sh*t on her car… so i decided to leave the cat behind.

Well so sad I cant bring it home, but i managed to get it captured with my loyal camera (Nikon coolpix 5600) and focus those six fingers that are so cute. Most of people they will say that it will bring good luck however its just a superstitious thought for me.

03 Dec

Zombie – Hantu bangkit

Category: Ramblings, Videos

It is a legendary stories from the Sabah and Sarawak that refer to zombies. It is a true story that I get from Sarawakian fren of mine. She said that in Sabah the zombie sometime it walk pass the restaurant, residential’s area and anywhere. The zombie actually heritage from their ancestors that inherit the “Hantu Bangkit” family. If one of you ever have received things that are not digestive (foods or drinks) such as bag, pen or even bangles. Please return it back, because it going to get the things from you. I mean it… huuuuuuuu sounds scary ya! Well never experienced it yet and do not want to encounter with one of those! Well enjoy the video below:

01 Dec

Fat Aizat ——-> Skinny Aizat

Category: Ramblings, Videos


Like this kid tho… great singer!


Tags: aizat, fat, skinny
01 Dec

Seven alike in the world

Category: Ramblings

Above is picture of someone that I found and notice in the newspaper last week. She resembles my ex-colleague in cosmopoint. Do you want to know who is she? Later on I will upload her picture. By the way, her name is ZARINA.

ok as promised .. this is the actual Zarina younger version. I’d told her about the picture and she’s the one saying that really look like her! She was amazed that someone resembles her, that is the remarkable of Allah swt creation.

01 Dec

Hari Raya Aidiladha

Category: Ramblings

It’s coming soon. 8th Nov 2008 will be holiday for me whereby to celebrate the festive with my family. Aidiladha is also commonly known as Hari Raya Korban or Hari Raya Haji in Malaysia.

Celebrated about two months after Hari Raya Aidilfitri, on the 10th day of Zulhijjah, the 12th (last) month of the Muslim calendar, it marks the end of the haj pilgrimage period (about two weeks).

Every year, millions of Muslims make the journey to Mecca in Saudi Arabia to perform the haj, one of the five basic tenets of Islam.

Aidiladha also commemorates the sacrifices made by the Prophet Ibrahim (hence the word ‘korban,’ which means sacrifice in Arabic), who demonstrated immense faith when he was put to the test by God.

Prophet Ibrahim was commanded to offer his son Ismail up for sacrifice, and though it grieved him greatly, he made ready to perform the task. However, as he was about to strike his son, God stopped him and revealed that it was a trial. Ismail’s life was spared, and a ram was sacrificed in his place.

As such, during Aidiladha, the sacrifice of four-legged animals such as lambs, goats, cows, bulls and camels is performed.

The slaughter of the animal is done after the congregational prayer in the morning of Aidiladha.

The animals are killed in accordance with the proper religious rites and the meat is then distributed.

One third of the meat is given to the individual who made the sacrifice, while the rest is given to the poor and deserving people in the community.

Making the sacrifice (korban) is not a compulsory religious duty, but an obligations for those who are able to afford it.

The rest of the day is celebrated by visiting relatives and friends.

The “KETUPAT” for that day will be look like this : 🙂


::in the plate ready to be served::

::Mixed Ketupats::

25 Nov