Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Going Down In History

One more paper, woohoo!

This week hasn't been all too bad. Here's what my Facebook says about me after my Physics exam last week.

Suzanne Yin bends her leg upon touching the ground after the 20m dive to lengthen the time of impact. Hence, impulsive force from the Physics exam is reduced and Suzanne is still standing. :D


I guess the only thing I'm honestly honestly worried about is History. But then again, nothing is save. You can study alot, or study nothing at all(my case :D), and get horrible grades... or good grades.

The mid-term holiday is coming up, so what should I do? I guess it's time to make a list... (I started making lots of lists after I read "In the Cards" from the school library. Then I went on to reading the whole series of "The Seven Fantastic Wonders". Then I went on to actually filling up my Buku Nilam.)

Suzanne's Owhsm Mid-term Holidays To-do List!:
1. Choir
2. Plan Minggu Koperasi
3. N.I.E.
4. Biology Presentation
5. BM Solo and Group Oral
6. Fix Cosplay Stuff
7. Stress out for TDC11
8. Hang out with friends
9. Fiametta-ink meeting!
10. Play RO
11. Go Facebook crazy (Restaurant City!)
12. Spend more time with Persephone


And for cosplay, we have another list!

To-do list for cosplay:
1. Mend Shuriken
2. Mend Lero
3. Make a new candle for stabbing
4. Insert real exercises to Road's homework
5. Make a puppet
6. Make a somewhat-fake parachute
7. Find a Mr. Charley
8. Fix Road's cross pendant
9. Make a Coldkiller X
10. Loan a better Yuffie wig


Looks like I have tons to do. :X And so little time. Raaaaah. TDC would probably eat most of my holidays. But on the bright side, there won't be any more exams till the end year, and little to do the week after holidays. But then again, the weekend after holidays, I'll be wasting my valuable time at some stupid Leadership Camp which I could probably organize better than the people my school are paying using the money I paid to them. Hey, people pay me for my time! D:

Which reminds me, that my blog is over a year old now! Wheee! And also, happy belated to Justin, Szeto Yan Ming, Aik Hean, and happy birthday Jer Cherng!

And now, I should go sleep. Wish me luck. :X

Quote of the Day: “You can't have everything. Where would you put it?” - Stephen Wright.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Addiction

Oh noes. I'm addicted to Facebook, again. It started with the picture tagging. Then I was playing Word Challenge because I saw Marilyn playing it the other day. Then it was Friends For Sale. Then it was Restaurant City. Then... it was more Restaurant City. Uh-oh.


I was having fun picking up rubbish from Adrean's restaurant, who irresponsibly let himself, Marilyn and Pei Song pass out in humiliation

Anyone wants to trade bananas and butter? :D

Alright, so first week of exams are over. I spent too much time doing last minute revisions, and too much time on the computer too. As for how I describe my second week of exams...

I could jump down from a 20m building at a 90 degrees angle at the acceleration of 10m s s. And then, I'll go down in history.


Owhsm.

Saturday starts off with Taekwondo as usual. And as all other Taekwondo trainings after the grading, we were doing basics and running around and star jumps and stuff like that to kill time. When it was results time, it was rather nerve wrecking. It's so much harder to pass for black belt, and the stakes were higher too. RM150 for grading fees, aaaaaaaah!!! When it was our turn, our sir started shaking his head and saying that he was disappointed. Uh-oh. He called our names one by one. He called the first few names. Then there was Siew Yen, Ger Lian, Ger Ean... and he asked them to sit. I had a terrible feeling. Then he started passing some people. Then after Nurul, who passed, was my name. He called it, and simply just went on. I was like what the heck. I know it's not an easy ride, but surely, I haven't done terrible enough to fail, right? Or did I?

Then the sir went another round of names. This time, he passed them. LIEK ZOMG. He was just pulling our legs! All of us passed, except for Faye, which was rather unbelievable. When I prodded sir to see if we were borderline passes, he said we were good. LIEK WHUT.

So yay! I'm officially on Black Belt probation! (eat that Wai Hong, for missing this training)

Sunday... This is the very very veeeeeery few times I actually excused myself from: 1. Teen Quest Gathering, 2. Teen Dhamma Camp Meeting. I'm the kind that would go all the way when I'm super committed to something, and hate to miss out anything. I was supposed to be making my passport today for my Bali trip in July, but it didn't happen. So, I slept till noon today, and did not go to the temple, at all.

This would be the very few times where someone's actually sad that they didn't go to the temple. D:

I stayed at home, lazed away in front of the computer. And now, I'm trying to understand my Physics notes, and nothing is getting in. Jia Wern was probably right about how girls are better at Biology because it's there, and bad at Physics because it's not there.

Ugh. I hope I do well tomorrow. Thank godness I dropped Chinese. Or it'll be double kill. (*cue DOTA addicts going "TRIPLE KILL"*)

Whoopie. Teen Dhamma Camp 11 in 16 days!!! LIEKZOMGWTHSTFUBBQ!!! Here's a little teaser.

Now you see it. Now you don't get it.

Toodles!

Quote of the Day: “Santa Claus has the right idea: visit people once a year.” - Victor Borge.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Lately

First of all, to all those who said TDC was a kiddy camp, you know you don't mean it and you're hurting inside. Don't deny it. :D

So... I've been super busy lately. As usual.

How did my Taekwondo Grading went? It was rather awesome. xD Thank godness there's no more stamina test! I screwed up my Taeguk 5, but gosh, my first attempt at breaking planks, and I broke both with one try. AWESOME! All of us managed to elbow the half inch plank. Only half of us broke the one inch plank with a kick. I was so surprised with myself. o__o

Remember the cosplay event I was talking about? In the end, I wasn't allowed to go. When I came home from Taekwondo, immediately I started to practice my piano. Bottomline, I went anyway. :D I went with Jasmine and Tara. It was C2AGE, organized by the HELP University. I'll let the pictures explain.

Arisa as Shizuka and... JASMINE CHEE AS MARIA???

Yes. We were in the car with me in half my costume, Tara with her little bag stuffed with Misa Amane's costume. We got to the wrong building, took a cab, walked some distance and got to the event at 2pm. When Tara and I were dressing up in the toilet. Jasmine surprises us in a Vampire Knight Night Class uniform. LIEK WHUUUT.

It wasn't her costume, but she was AWESOOOME. Seriously. She makes me jealous. D:

Tara Chloe as Misa Amane (Yesh, I'm lazy to rotate the pictures sue meee)

It was a rather normal convention. I had fun. I convinced both of them to join me in the Cosplay Chess. We didn't do much and Jasmine and I was killed. ;___; I got Rasengan-ed by Kakashi, boohoo.

Why don't I see the Ark on the map?

So, teh significance of this event (must be the influence of answering Novel questions o_o) is that lately, I've been thinking alot about my cosplay. I think I haven't said this before, but for Comic Fiesta 2009, I'll be forming a Gyakuten Saiban Cosplay Group! There's me as Young Mia Fey, Anthea as Trucy Wright, Nurul as Detective Ema Skye and Jasmine as Maya Fey. I managed to convince all of them to join my awesomeness, muahahaha. Which subsequently led to me converting Jasmine, Aster and Bing Xi to teh love of Ace Attorney. Rawk ooooon.

So yeah, lately I've been thinking about how terrible my cosplay was. D: There's always a huge flaw in my costumes, mostly because of my ugleh wig. And then, I never really had much photos of my cosplays. The ones I have are usually snitched from people who photographed the event. It's kinda sad, really. =( And when I see other people's cosplay, it makes me emo because their costumes are awesome, and the photos do them justice too.

So, lately, I have made a resolution to make an impact for my next cosplay. I shall make it awesome!

And also lately, I've got lots of exams to worry about. The Taekwondo grading is over, my mid-terms are in progress - I'm doing HORRIBLY. Now I understand why my upper secondary friends say that when they can't find the answers to their Sejarah, Physics or Add Maths question, they simply sleep. And aiming not to fail becomes everyone's objective. .___. So far I've never had enough time for any of my papers. I rushed my English Paper 1 Continuous Writing's ending. It was quite an awesome plot, with spontaneous writing and an anti-climatic ending. I just had enough time for EST. For Sejarah, I had too much time as I couldn't put my answers in words. .___. The only one really with enough time is my English Paper 2 today.

Lately, I've also been practicing my piano tons. I'm under constant pressure about my upcoming Grade 8 Piano Practical Exam. Raaah. Except that recently lately, I spend more time doing last minute studying.

On a side note about something that happened lately last week, I've been uploading some piano covers on YouTube. Go listen to them, please? :D



Lately too, I've been increasingly busy with SJBAYS stuff. I just realized that I haven't blogged about Wesak Day. My work with the Advertising & Promotion department with TDC is reaching its climax. On top of that, I'm still in the planning team for every Sunday's Teen Quest Gathering session. Whoop-dee-doo.

Lately, with the exam fever and my cosplay madness, I've developed a new hobby. Amidst all the last minute studying, I'm still distracted with the internet and what I call coswhoring. Closet cosplay and camwhoring, whuuut. And honestly, these are just closet cosplay, using my real hair, with random clothes I have.

Maya Fey, channeled before my BM exams

Mia Fey, channeled before my Chemistry exam. Note teh choir scarf. xD

Seychelles from Axis Power Hetalia! A brainchild while checking the cosplay groups on the Comic Fiesta forum. I never watched the show before, but yeaaah. After my Sejarah exams.

I really don't know why, but I just can't study when it's reaaaaally last minute. I honestly tried studying weeks before, it just doesn't get in. My vanity equals that of Mathilde from The Necklace. Sue meeeeee. :D

But honestly... I really love cosplaying, and wanna keep doing this. With awesomness.

Quote of the Day: "He ran as if he was running a 100m sprint, except that he was never good at it since he was in high school." - Me, in my English Paper 1 exam.

Friday, May 15, 2009

WTF

WTFWTFWTFWTFWORLDTAEKWONDOFEDARATION!

Yesh. I'll be taking my Black Belt grading tomorrow. It's been 4 long years, but it all seems so quick. We'll be doing it in our little group, just as we did every grading.


Wish me luck!

(And hopefully, I'll be cosplaying tomorrow too.)

Quote of the Day: “I told my psychiatrist that everyone hates me. He said I was being ridiculous - everyone hasn't met me yet.” - Rodney Dangerfield.

Thursday, May 07, 2009

April Showers bring forth May Flowers

ZOMGWTFSTFUBBQ! It's May. o___o

TDC 11 is FULL! 80 participants in 11 days! Are we not teh awesome? xD For those who did not make it this year, you shall REGRET not being one of the eighty. REPENT I TELL YOUUU!!!

Soooo, I decided I had to blog a lil about my birthday due to nothing to blog about. Yes, it's been a month already. But I'm blogging about it now just so I can show this off. >D

My birthday cakes

Woohoo! 5 birthday cakes and 6 cupcakes! 1 from cousin sisters, 1 from bestie, 1 from friend, 1 from YS friends, 1 from Gavel Club, 1 from sister of a friend. It's awesome, but it's sad to see how creativity is dying among everyone. Not complaining or anything, I was really flattered by all the birthday cakes. But what happened to the rojak box and Tabung Hari Jadi and what not's we did when we were in 2 Efisien? D: Meh, everyone's busy I guess. But of course, there are birthday presents which makes me smile.

Sparkleeeh

It's a potrait of meeee! Yes, I know I'm not that slim, and I have terrible eyebags. So thank you Anthea for not poking fun of my blubber. I even got a birthday card from Reuben with a flower in it. Woohoo! Beats sticks at anytime of the day.

Birthday Cards from Reuben and Tara!

I got some other presents too. From Lay Teng, Siew Yen... And this...

Coming to you in Fall

WOOOHOOO! IT'S ACE MEEEEEEE!!! Gee, I make a good Ace Attorney don't I? Drawn with love by Nurul Nadirah.

I know I have tons to blog about, as usual. I just can't put my finger on it at the moment. As usual, will get back to it, when I think of something. :D For the meantime, enjoy the last picture.

My class table. Masking tape is love!

Quote of the Day: "When you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains - however improbable - must be the truth." - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Friday, May 01, 2009

Time for Change

When the mid-year holidays come, how would you choose to spend it? Some would sink their heads into books, some would DotA all day, some would go shopping with their girlfriends... Me? My mid-year holidays always had its highlight since 2006. In this two weeks time, I would always look forward to one big event that would never cease to impress me.

Teen Dhamma Camp. My first encounter with the Subang Jaya Buddhist Association Youth Section. It was these Kalyana Mitras who taught me so much of life's lessons. It was the Teen Dhamma Camp which allowed me to display my inner self, to learn new things about myself, and let me know I don't need to be afraid to dream big and achieve so much.


This year is my 4th year of camp, my 3rd year a camp committee. I, from the Advertising & Promotion department of the 11th Teen Dhamma Camp, would like to invite you to join us on this eye-opening experience. This year's camp brings us to Jing Loong Shan, Rawang, a condusive environment for us to learn the Buddha's teachings, the Dhamma. The Teen Dhamma Camp is organized by youths, catered to youths aged 13-19, but fret not as those above 19 are welcomed too! The camp fees is just RM90, inclusive of 4 days 3 nights lodging, food, t-shirt, and memories to last for ages. The camp is on 11 - 14 June.

Why Metamorphosis? The Teen Dhamma Camp committee asked themselves "Why are we like that?" Instead of running away, we dived straight into the issue with our theme, Metamorphosis. Metamorphosis is the process of changing. Just like a caterpillar changing to a butterfly, we as humans are constantly changing, often for the better. Once we can understand ourselves and the truth better, we will bloom like the lotus from the mud.

What are you waiting for? Grab a form here and sign up by 17 May 2009 to be 1 of our 80 participants of this wonderful experience.

Registration Form

For more info, please contact:
Sis. Marilyn Teoh : 017-333 8033
Bro. Tan Pei Song : 017-298 0500
Bro. Szeto Yan Ming : 012-638 8336
(Or me!)

Quote of the Day: "We begin with a simple idea, for a wonderful reason... YOU!" - Subang Jaya Buddhist Association Youth Section.
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