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Saturday, July 12th, 2008
5:58 am - Inkwasters Return!
It's been too long, dear LJCollapse )
Monday, August 1st, 2005
9:53 pm - Musings from a mudane life
There are two things that run in my family. Sarcasism and stupidity.

Because neither of my parents are very bright, one would think that their two children would actually have some brains; this assumption was based on the mathematics rule that [negative+negative= positive].

That was wishful thinking. The first signs that this theory was wrong was when my sister commited her 'Three Acts of Stupidity' (and still accumulating):

1. Locking up her HKiD card in her suitcase when she needed it to get past immigration at the airport...
2. Stole toilet paper from a London University dorm (from the male toilets) and DHL-ed it back to HK...as a gift for my parents...
3. Had the dorm security guards enter her room and spend 10 mins waking her up- apparently she forgot to return a bunch phone calls (which lead to several people informing the guards that they feared she was dead). She was actually just taking a very intensive nap and couldn't hear her radio+moblie+dorm phone.

I didn't think much about it, but just the other day I got myself lost in the toilet because my brain couldn't even locate where the door was. Took me a while to register which direction I was facing.

I am getting worried.
inkwaster no moreCollapse )
1 energized robot| recharge?
Thursday, April 14th, 2005
4:50 pm - Warning: I'm armed with a pen
inkwaster extrodinaire!Collapse )
5 energized robots| recharge?
Monday, March 21st, 2005
7:54 am
inkwaster #2Collapse )
Thursday, March 10th, 2005
6:14 pm
ink waster.Collapse )
Friday, November 19th, 2004
6:09 pm - Introducing the Product from my Boredom in Geo Lectures.
A random little creation during geo lectures. The prof for the lecture talks like this:

"Here on the map, you can see that the high temperatures here are low, so in fact they aren't high temperatures at all but are low temperatures...."

Lee got bored so he tallied the number of times the prof goes "erm" "um" or "er" in a 20 minute time span...the total was 223 times.

The only highlight of the lecture was when the prof wrote the word "CUM" (short for cumulus clouds)on the Powerpoint slides, which caused a bunch of giggling from the seniors sitting behind me.

2 energized robots| recharge?
Thursday, October 28th, 2004
9:37 am
Actually woke up at 7:00am just to have the most divine waffles over at EVK (another canteen on campus). Note to self: wear a scarf if I am ever to go out in the morning- otherwise neck would feel horribly exposed to the chilly air. And wearing jeans would kill me in temps below 18 Celsius. Crap, I'm going to die in Toronto this winter when the temp drops to the negitives(wait, did I mention I was going to Toronto for Christmas?)

Oh yea, and I had my last midterm today for French. Now I get five weeks to procastinate before the finals come up. And here's a little photo that amused me to no end.

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Ken says:
i keep taking advantage of max
Nocturne: Bread fiend says:
Ken says:
taking his stuff
Ken says:
you're sick
Nocturne: Bread fiend says:
you're vague.
1 energized robot| recharge?
Monday, September 27th, 2004
7:47 am - Sunday boredom.
Dug up some old junk from my organiser:

January 26th: End of winter exams for Charz and Vicky.

Charz and Vicky's last exam for the winter ended at around 7:00pm. They both agreed to celebrate by having dinner in Fairwood in Aberdeen. But then Vickster said that she had to go home, so that left us two loners to celebrate.

June 26th: Graduation day.

This image depicts my annoyence at wearing a dress on my graduation day. You would see that I am grouchy in all the pictures. At 12:45pm, BOTH Hyun and Kenneth were late and left me standing out in the bloody sun. At 1:50pm, when I got my photo taken, the photographer asked if I could "look any happier". GR.

Random image: The Page of 'Ew'.

current mood: content
10 energized robots| recharge?
Saturday, September 25th, 2004
As the title says.

Turban man.

Turban man number 2.

Connie and artificial unibrow.

Connie's photo was an inspiration to me.

And to Charz.

Charz smoking a bloody..banana.

Komal drowns her sorrows by chugging apple juice...from the bottle.


Connie. Being the mature person she is.

Charz eating peanut butter.

Charz pulling faces.

Charz eating brocolli...Edit: Charz eating MINI TREE?!

current mood: amused
12 energized robots| recharge?
Wednesday, September 22nd, 2004
2:25 pm - Week 4, Day 2 of Univerisity life
Bored- even more bored than the fat squirrel who sits in his tree in 'Founders Park' all day long. Life has fallen into routine. Everyday is like the same for me- one of the reasons why I'm losing my grasp on time...and even reality. The days are so repetitive that I swear, it's not bloody normal.

I have lost all feeling in my fingers and typing has become a trial for me. The room feels like HK during winter, and I find myself wearing a jacket over two shirts. I am grateful for my floral print down blanket. I am also grateful that I recently restocked my rations- I might just live a tad bit longer. Boo hiss.

On the plus side, I discovered that Charz (the hoe with the PERSONAL BATHROOM in her dorm) is plagued with even bigger hoes shouting weird things in the middle of the night (e.g. "I had a really good kebab!"), and that Hyun really is pimpin' over there in Chicago. I also recieved a package today with my Love Psychedelico MD.

How divine.

current mood: cold
4 energized robots| recharge?
Thursday, September 2nd, 2004
4:38 am

Lessons here are boring. I have learnt that most students are happy, optimistic and smilely. Unlike me. Socialising is a foreign experience. I have learnt the definition of the word "fri-end" (and even how to pronouce it). So far, so good.
1 energized robot| recharge?
Thursday, July 8th, 2004
11:22 pm - junk trip + junk
Recent events:

July 1st: demonstration in Hong Kong- couldn't attend because of headache (that combined with the heat that day would be a nightmare). Boo hiss.

July 2nd: Kay and Pricilla's beach party to celebrate their birthdays in advance. Very cool- BBQ, crabs and I even saw a duck and a goose swim together out into the sea.

July 3rd: USC orientation send-off. Here my anti-socialness reigned supreme. Fear me. Saw Karz and Charmian at C-club later, and even ran into Joni and Fifi.

July 4th: Spent morning with violin teacher, and afternoon with parents having yum-cha.

July 5th-7th: Retreated up to Chinese University dormitory.

July 8th: Went on junk trip with loads of people (but not bothered to name all of them for the list would be too extensive and require too much effort). Had a great time, and I loved sitting on the roof doing nothing but listening to my MD and snacking on sushi.

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Sunday, June 27th, 2004
11:58 pm - Sunday break
I'm happy again. I think that morbid thoughts only come to me late at night (or too early in the morning). Got home at 2:30am and slept at around 4:00am...but still managed to wake up for my violin lesson at 10:00am. Went yum cha with parents, and the restuarant actually had food this time.

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current mood: cheerful
4 energized robots| recharge?
Thursday, June 24th, 2004
1:10 am - I LIVE!
My exams are finally over but I shall refrain from 'over-rejoicing' for fear that certain unnamed individuals would come and strangle me. Had geography and psychology synoptic today...I'm not too confident with either paper, but I'm not going to let that ruin my summer. Well, until I collect my results on August 19th, that is. Boo hiss.

Also, a special Happy 18th birthday to the beloved tree. Another year, another ring, another bit of history inside you (literally....). But alas, I shall no longer find amusement when the police check our IDs again...for we are all legally 18.

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current mood: accomplished
Wednesday, June 9th, 2004
11:32 pm
There is currently A WHOLE STACK of books on my table in which I have to learn by next friday. Needless to say I am not happy. I can't believe what horrible luck I have this year, to have three exams on the same day. Apparently people on the UK exam board did not expect students to take both the subjects of psychology and geography and decided to bunch the exams together.

I've been revising, and I've also done some calculations on what score I need to maintain/ achieve an 'A' grade. But the numbers aren't pretty, and I shouldn't have calculated them in the first place because knowing them didn't really help at all- in fact I'm feeling extremely miserable about it.

I need hot chocolate.
Monday, May 17th, 2004
12:11 pm - Second last day of school

I had frees this entire morning (actually, I had art but I decided not to go because I didn't feel like working much) and spent it lazing about in the common room. At some point I fell asleep and when I woke up someone had propped an umbrella above me. I wuld've swatted it away but I was too tired and the umbrella actually provided me shade from the bright lights.

I'm contemplating about whether I show make an appearence for psychology lesson this afternoon or not. Vicky was the only person that showed up for Stidever's class and she was stuck making mind-maps. Doesn't sound very interesting to me.

Going to Esther's house later for a sleepover (proximity to the school- planning on getting there early tomorrow). I sense a monopoly match coming on.


I had my Art class dinner party on thursday night. Here's what happenedL:

-Went to Coyote where Hyun and I met up with the rest of the class; had a few glasses of the mango drink
-Went to have dinner in a restuarant across the road; vomited the mango drink out in the toilet after eating a spicy prawn (I realised that my stomach is weak against mangoes) and proceeded eating again.
-Went to another bar after dinner but didn't drink- instead sat there listening to interesting stories and jokes.
-Got home by 11:30pm and watched re-run of American Idol.

current mood: accomplished
Sunday, February 22nd, 2004
11:28 pm - following the trend...
ISTJs often have a very firm, solid figure, especially males. They keep their feet rooted to the ground giving the impression that they are sturdy and secure. Their heads are firmly fixed squarely to their shoulders and are practically immovable. Their necks appear to be inflexible so when they turn their head their shoulders usually follow. Their facial expressions are somewhat unemotional and show great concentration.

Male ISTJs often wear a moustache. If they do not have one then there probably is a logical reason for it, as in general they all agree that a moustache is a good idea. Their clothes are often clean, ironed and tidy. They follow strict styles, never being too flashy or extravagant. It is as if military uniforms were designed specifically for ISTJs. They take great care of their appearance and may criticise people who do not.

ISTJs walk with their hands down by their sides. Their arms hardly seem to move at all and it can appear that their elbows have no joints. Their gait is usually even and rhythmical however from time to time ISTJs can turn sharply and unexpectedly, changing their course without warning.

Many ISTJs find it quite easy to interact with strangers and considering that they are introverts can feel quite close to someone even after a relatively short amount of contact. They often have a large compendium of jokes and anecdotes. Males often use this arsenal to charm females, usually behaving very gallantly, successfully playing role of the gentleman. They are often the life and soul of the party. They enjoy singing with little more than a guitar for accompaniment and often in a romantic style.

ISTJs try always to be punctual and appreciate this quality in others very much. They pay great attention to facts, figures and technical information. They try to work everything out in depth and down to the last detail. ISTJs are very realistic people. They are not supporters of unproved ideas or theories and will hesitate in undertaking uncertain projects. They believe that everything should be prepared carefully and accurately.

When in conversation, ISTJs often utilise common expressions and sayings and may sometimes be excessively instructive and edifying. This can be annoying to others. ISTJs like posters, placards, bills and the other printed propaganda. When they in informal surroundings they are often inclined to talk about subjects related to philosophy or morality. They may show an interest in religion, mysticism and predictions. ISTJs are always ready to share their knowledge with others and readily give people advice based on their own experiences.

As children ISTJs are very often obedient, docile, responsible and respectful. For this reason they are often used by adults as examples to other children. This will often lead them to take positions of responsibility while still at school. ISTJs adapt well to positions of power and are very dutiful. When in power they show good administrative and organisation skills. They demand the exact fulfilment of their orders and are uncompromising in these matters. They usually maintain strong discipline inside organisations. They like and respect authority and always obey subordination.

ISTJs like to collect reference material, encyclopaedias and dictionaries. They will never admit that they do not know something within the field of their activity. When they buy new appliances they always read the manual before using them even if the operations are obvious. At home they regimented in an almost military fashion. Every item has it's own specific place and they look after and take care of all their things. ISTJs can become very irritated and angry if somebody changes or interrupts this specific order or treats their possessions improperly.

They try to create comfort and order around them. They are good artisans and know how to make minor repairs. They generally like to work with their hands. They do not require much variety in their food and can eat the same thing for several days without any problem as long as it's of a high quality. ISTJs are unconfident in relationships. They are aware of this inability and as a result are very suspicious of other people, especially ones that do not interact openly with them. This may often cause an excessive paranoia.


I have a feeling I'm going to bne laughed at over the moustache bit ;____;

current mood: confused
3 energized robots| recharge?
Friday, February 13th, 2004
6:29 pm - GRrrrRrrRRrr.
That's the noise my stomache is making now. Yesterday I didn't eat any dinner, nor did I have any breakfast today.

My mum went up to Shatin meaning that I got the whole house to myself for 4 days running already...of course I cleaned the house and did the laundry, but couldn't bring myself to burn the house down (translation: to cook).

School ended up being from boring to amusing, because I killed my entire batch of cookies in electives. Burnt and SALTY. Just like my Christmas ones. On the other hand, Esther managed to create her own bakery- Tree's Bakery (since 2004)- specializing in blueberry muffins.

Shame I don't like blueberries (Esther is REJECTED!! MUAHA).

current mood: restless
Tuesday, February 10th, 2004
10:19 pm - Boo hoo hoo.
I'm actually quite happy today. I was stressing over Mr. Edward's debate for weeks- no MONTHS already and I was extremely worried about the self- humiliation if I screwed up. And today I actually had the intention to skip the lesson, but in the end I went to school (Connie's timetable of how muhc money we waste by skiving must've got to me). Only to find that general studies had been cancelled because Mr. Edwards was on inset.

And we got a new task to do- some independent research which needs to be 1500 words in length, but I still think it's better than debates.

Had a test in psychology and decided to "bomb it". Stupid Charz got 89% (and she claims she didn't study, that HOE). I didn't do too bad (yes...that's why I'm not posting up the score....)considering I utterly failed the last paper on research methods a few weeks back.

Study period was spent on actually doing my general studies and also taking IQ tests with Esther (she thinks she's "gifted" now...someone prove her wrong muahahhahahhaa). Charz left at lunch but Esther and I left soon after. Esther's english got cancelled (SHE HAD THE WHOLE DAY FREE AND SHE SPENT IT IN SCHOOL) and I had art. I couldn't focus in art anyways so I grabbed a piece of card and went shopping for art materials. To be honest, I got more work done at home than if I did it in school. I must be one of those extremely antisocial people that work best when alone. All alone.

current mood: artistic
Wednesday, January 28th, 2004
2:14 pm
Another wonderfully dull afternoon in school. Not much has been going on recently except for the exams which took place during the Chinese New Year.

Jan 22nd: CNY DAY- had geography exam at 5:45pm. Rather depressing because my parents were out the entire morning so I was home alone since I awoke. Thank the examiners for asking about microclimates :*)

Jan 23rd: Psychology exam at 1:45pm. Vicky suggested setting out at 12:00pm but after much convincing, she settled for taking the taxi at 1:00pm. The exam itself was horrible, because my hand started cramping in the middle and I realised that my time management was extremely poor. I think I did alright on Clinical, but Educational was such a butt.

Spent the rest of the CNY time in utter bliss, relaxing in Chinese University and tending to my pet hamster. Ubnfortunatly, no school artwork done but I did produce a series of oekaki and sketches. I just need to post it up....yes, someday I shall.

current mood: anxious
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