Sunday, October 12, 2008


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I wanna pee too... Wahaha!!!!

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

*Pasar Malam*

Photobucket Yummy Delicious Ramly Burger @ $2.50. They even have their own wrapper now.. Wahahah!!!

Photobucket Cup Corn @ $1.50


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My daddy got this tyre clock from TIGER BEER.

Sunday, October 05, 2008

*Venus Fly Trap*

I finally got my little pet which is the Venus Fly Trap. Wahhaa.. Its very interesting. Wahah.. I'm going to catch some flies for them to eat. Photobucket Six ways to kill a Venus Flytrap 1. Excessive heat will kill a Venus flytrap. Keep indoor plants (especially domed or terrarium grown plants) out of direct hot sun. 2. Keeping your Venus flytrap too dry will kill it. Keep humidity well above 50%. If you live in a dry climate, you will not be able to grow the Venus Fly trap without a terrarium or humid enclosure. 3. Keeping your Venus Fly trap too wet for the amount of light it is getting. Plants that are kept too wet may rot. During the summer if kept outdoors, they can be kept very wet. Indoors they will require less water, but never let them dry out. 4. Excessive handling will kill a Venus flytrap. They may seem like pets but the more you handle them the more stressed they will be. 5. Force feeding your Venus flytrap will kill it. It's fun to watch the traps snap closed over a bug but flytraps are gluttons and don't know when to stop. They'll eat until they die. 6. Allowing Venus flytrap to produce flowers will very likely kill it. Your healthy, mature flytrap will produce insignificant flowers on long stems. Cut the flower stems off as soon as you recognize them. Allowing them to flower will weaken and almost surely kill your flytrap. If you have more than one flytrap and want to try to produce seeds then you might feel that you can sacrifice one of them.(Taken from:

How To Takecare of it?

Give them as much light as you can. Direct bright sunlight at least four hours a day is best. Water them with pure water, either distilled, rain water, or other water that has a low concentration of dissolved solids. Plant them in a proper mix of nutrient poor medium. Most people use peat, sphagnum moss, sand and perlite in some combination.

If possible, keep the ambient humidity high, though this is not critical. Venus Fly Traps can thrive in low humidity. Just be sure to keep their soil damp at all times when the humidity is low. Venus Fly Traps should receive a minimum of 12 hours of light (also known as a 12 hour photoperiod) with a minimum of 4 hours of direct light. The best method to keep your Venus Fly Trap moist is the tray method. Click here to have more information.

Saturday, October 04, 2008

*Is Life meaningful or meaningless?*

Life? What is life?? Meaningless or meaningful? This question keeps appearing in my mind. Recently, everything increases. Utility bill, bus and mrt fare. Gosh!!! Which means, my transporation will be increasing tremendously. DAMN it!!!! How am I going to survive? How am I going to have savings? Money Money. Money is the root for happiness survival. Will I be happy forever? Who is going to make me happy??? I wonder.

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

*Happy Children's Day*

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I've a garden too!!!!

Sunday, September 28, 2008


I LOVE SMURFS.. I wanna get a smurf stuff toy.

Saturday, September 27, 2008

*Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs*

I wanna collect all the Seven Dwarfs at one of the collectable outlets at Plaza Singapura. I WANT I WANT!!! Its just so... CLASSIC!!!! Anyway, each is sold at S$60. Think I'm totally insane.