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there was this interesting bit on tv3's 360. something about the 'nasi kangkang' or 'nasi tangas'. how wives do it to 'tundukkan' the husband or something like that. interspersed in between the interviews were scenes from a drama, 'kehangatan lantana'. where the hot (can la) fasha sanda's character had to resort to 'nasi kangkang' to sort of control the husband. hmm. i think that's sending wrong signals la. look, if someone as hot also has to resort to nasi kangkang, what hope la to the others yang tak hot?

hehe, personally i think if u wanna affect your man.. u don't need to resort to nasi kangkang la.. u just have to kangkang :P

on a serious note, the month of july brings forth heightened sense of expectations as the delivery date draws closer. my mom have this feeling that it might be next week. based on her experience (11 times - so she must know a thing or two about giving birth eh) when the mom's feet starts to get swollen, and once the swelling subsides u have give or take a week la before its time. dunno la if this is backed up by research or not. but seeing the senorita, i guess 36 weeks of carrying little jj has start to take its toll.

shian dia. takpe eh baby, we're at the home stretch now. sikit aje lagi. hehe. senangnya cakap.

interesting kan the drama? this person says this that person says that. and you have to wonder about the timing of it all. and you don't know who to believe.

i'm talking about the transfer window. is adebayor leaving? why is hleb still here? has nasri signed yet? how many players do we need to replace flamini? it seems like there's a new player being linked to the gunners every other day - and they're all supposed to replace flamini. draaamaaaa.

with the euro's over and done with, its getting closer and closer to the start of the season. and its getting closer and closer for little jj to start supporting arsenal. heheh. yeay. nasib baik la the gorgeous senorita tak tengok bola, kalau tak sure gaduh confuse jugak nak ikut siapa. the mom ke the dad. hehe the little munchkin dah sorted. he's definitely an arsenal fan. unless la the senorita nak suh little jj sokong wigan ke - sebab ada emile heskey. heh. does he still play there anyways?

just wait la till the crazy season starts.



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