Thursday, June 24, 2010

future contest

Mood : hyper

Assalamualaikum and good evening.. just a quick post, since I'm busy with some awesome yet exhausting stuff..
I'm thinking of having a photo contest, so I'm surveying if anyone would like me to go ahead with it.. the theme is 'Jump High', and the picture must be you or (ataupun) a few friends (limit to 5) jumping up in the air, and must be floating.. demo picture as below..

Najmie Kamisan

can do any poses as you want on mid air, up to your creativity.. 3 MOST creative pictures will receive prizes.. BUT if I have sponsors or is suddenly rich, I'll have 2 category, Guys and Gals.. but nothing is confirmed yet.. other details and conditions will be informed later if this contest has good feedback, and if there are people who want to join it..

so, if you are interested, please say so in the comment form below.. thanks! (^^,)

Sunday, June 20, 2010

the awesomeness that never seems to stop

Mood : sleepy

Assalamualaikum and good evening awesome peeps.. sorry for the delay in updating my dear blog, but life has been a little busy at the moment.. I'm not at home watching tv or enjoying the warmth of family and siblings right now, but is actually in a hostel room, on a borrowed laptop, in the midst of the jungle that we call Kachi Highlands of UUM, complete with a petting zoo that consists of wild monkeys and stray kittens..

okay, I'm being over dramatic, I apologize.. (-__-;; but I'm not lying.. it's currently still semester holidays yet I'm back on campus.. me and a bunch of SIFE UUM students decided to come back early to fool around and waste money.. okay, that's a lie.. we came back to prepare for the annual SIFE National Competition which will be held in July.. it's a mix of terror and excitement for us, since more than half of our team have no experience in this kind of competition before.. truth be told, I'm really freaking excited!.. getting to go on stage with the world watching your every move is quite blood pumping, and I can't wait to feel that!.. hurmmm, I guess I must be crazy for looking forward to that huh, but hey, I love a good challenge.. besides, I'm weird that way.. hohoho.. (^^,)

we, the SIFE UUM team, have been tying up loose ends regarding our presentation, our project findings, but never forgetting to bond with each other and have a few laughs along the way.. okay, a lottttttt of laughs, having jokesters in the team can really lighten the mood tremendously.. that's where Aaron and Aevin comes along.. and the others just add on, we have truly become a family now, regardless of our race or background.. =')

and we did more bonding today, by going out to watch a FREAKISHLY AWESOME MOVIE ftw!! okay fine, I pestered all the SIFE members to come watch the movie with me by chanting "Toy Story Toy Story Toy Story Toy Story" in the most cutesy yet annoying way I could muster, and forced them to spend RM10 of their own money for the tickets and spend nearly 2 hours watching the damn movie.. I'm nice, aren't I?.. =P

I don't know if you guys have watched it or not, but this movie means a lot to me, someone who have loved Toy Story since it's first release.. I fell in love with all the characters, especially Woody and Buzz Lightyear, and not forgetting the values taught in the movie.. friendship has always been the backbone of the story, and still is in this particular movie.. no toy gets left behind.. and I really have to admit, the ending caused me to shed some tears, sad but happy tears, for Andy and the toys.. the love they shared, the pain of letting go, the happiness of their friendship.. dammit, I cried, with tears falling down my cheeks and a stuffy nose while exiting the movie hall.. two thumbs up to Disney and Pixar for yet another unforgettable movie that touched my heart.. =') you guys never fail to amaze me with your original stories and emotional roller coaster from the beginning till the end of every movie, and I love you because of that..

but I have to admit, I wonder if there would be a Toy Story 4.. hurmmmm, something to ponder about.. (^^,)

Friday, June 18, 2010

Nuffnang loves me! =D

Mood : (^^,)

Assalamualaikum awesome peeps, good evening!.. I really really really really really REALLY wanted to write a full blog post on my experience at Nuffnang HQ a few weeks back, but is unable to without them awesome photos.. wuwu.. I wanna show you pictures of Veen Dee and Rob and the other awesome nuffies and my nuff footprint on their wall but them pictures aren't with me now.. sangat sedih! okeh, nak nangis sekarang.. (T^T)

eh kejap kejap!.. I'm not doing this blogpost coz I'm sad, but it's coz I'm super happy!.. Nuffnang really really loves me! wheeeee!~~ =D I got another email from NN saying that I won ANOTHER goody bag for Project Alpha Ruumz Daily Contest! wheeee!~~ berapa banyak kali wheee sudah.. (-__-;;

the previous goody bag I got contained a Adidas Action 3 deodorant and a really awesome Ruumz notebook.. I took em pictures but like I said, is unable to post it yet.. wawawa.. sedih siot.. (T^T) so I will be dropping by the NN HQ again in the near future, insyaallah, and see them awesome nuffies again.. wheeee, can't wait!! =D hope I can claim another prize if I were to give NN HQ another visit coughprojectalphaguestbloggergrandprizecough but I'm not putting my hopes up too high.. but the possibility is there.. hehehe.. =P

I really would like to thank Project Alpha and its sponsors, and not forgetting Nuffnang, for giving me the opportunity to win them fabulous prizes.. you guys ROCK!! =D

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Muslim women caned in Malaysia - my view vs. Americans view

Mood : opinionated

Assalamualaikum, good afternoon awesome peeps!.. initially, I wanted to blog about my experience at Nuffnang HQ but I think that would have to wait a bit..

this morning while I was searching for pictures of poor Malaysian women for my part time job as a Research Assistant, I came across a picture related to 3 Malaysian women who were caned early this year.. and they were Muslims.. part of the article caught my attention so I clicked on the link to read the article in whole.. it wasn't an article per say, but was a question posted on a website called SodaHead, which is all about opinions.. and truth be told, it was quite opinionated.. it was written by an American guy regarding the canning done on the 3 women, and how he wondered if they were brainwashed.. what got me riled up to write this blogpost is not much coz of the guy, but of the comments left under the article..

printscreen from SodaHead

what was he talking about?.. read the article below from 'Malaysia-today'..

17th February 2010, (AFP) - Malaysia said Wednesday that three women have been caned under Islamic law for having extramarital sex, in a first for the Muslim-majority country.

Officials said the three women were caned on February 9 at a women's prison outside the capital Kuala Lumpur after being convicted of "khalwat" or "close proximity" between an unmarried couple.

"I hope this will not be misunderstood until it defiles the purity of Islam," Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said according to state media.

"The punishment is to teach and give a chance to those who have fallen off the path to return and build a better life in future," he said, adding that none of the three sustained any injuries.

Hishammuddin said the three women and four men were caned following a December decision in the religious courts -- which operate in parallel to the civil system in Malaysia.

He said one woman was released from prison last Sunday while another will be freed in several days and the third will be released in June.

and this is an article from another source which the writer took an article from MailOnline..

February 20th, 2010 - Three Muslim women who were the first in Malaysia to be caned for having sex outside marriage this morning claimed the punishment was an opportunity for them to repent.

Prison authorities caned the women last week after an Islamic Shariah court issued the penalty.

The caning has outraged rights groups and revived speculation that conservative Islamists, who advocate harsh punishment, are gaining influence in the country.

The three women, aged 17-25, said they turned themselves in after feeling guilty for sleeping with their boyfriends before marriage and getting pregnant.

Malaysian justice: Prison staff demonstrate to the media how the caning process was done at the Kajang prison outside Kuala Lumpur

The 17-year-old told reporters that she surrendered to Islamic authorities after her prematurely born child died.

She is now serving a six-month prison sentence.

‘I know I have sinned, and I have to be punished. Strangely however, I felt that the caning was not a form of punishment but was an opportunity for me to repent and return to the right path,’ she said.

She has already married her boyfriend, who has also been caned and jailed over the offence.

The other women, who have one young child each, are planning to marry their partners after they are released.

The men were also caned for having sex.

One woman, aged 25, said she was scared before the caning but knew she deserved the punishment.

All three women called on others not to make the same mistake and abstain from sex before marriage.

A Prison Department official confirmed the women’s comments, made at a news conference at the women’s prison outside Kuala Lumpur to local, government-linked media under the watch of authorities.

He said they were reluctant to speak to other media.

It could not be confirmed whether they were speaking voluntarily. request with the department for interviews is pending.

Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin defended the caning this morning, saying it was ‘far lighter’ than what some people might imagine.

‘The punishment is legitimate and in accordance with the law,’ Muhyiddin said.

Human rights groups have slammed the caning, saying it is a cruel and degrading punishment and discriminates against Muslim women because Malaysian civil law – which applies to non-Muslims – bans the caning of women.

The women, who were fully clothed and sitting on a stool, received between four and six strokes with a thin rattan stick on the back, lasting a few minutes.

Malaysia has a two-tier justice system.

Shariah courts deal with personal matters for Muslims, who account for about two-thirds of the country’s 28 million people, while non-Muslims – many of whom are ethnic Chinese and Indians – go to civil courts.

so now you know the story.. so let's go back to the question the American guy asked on SodaHead..

he didn't really degrade anyone for the punishment, and didn't really say his stand whether he agrees or oppose, just wondering if the women were brainwashed into thinking that the punishment was good for them.. so it's just a question.. and here are some of the response from other American people.. please note, they are talking about Malaysia, Islam, and its Shari'a Law in Islam as a whole and also the law in Malaysia, so some of the things they say are quite offensive.. not all are offensive, some even gave reasons and rebuttals regarding the punishment, but please keep an open mind, they are not accustom to our religion nor culture here in Malaysia, not like the other ethnic groups in Malaysia itself..

again, keep an open mind, and also, please mind your language if you decide to comment on this post.. no cursing or degrading other peoples religion either please.. you'll find my opinion and remarks under the comments posted, agree or disagree, I don't care.. but if my facts are wrong, please enlighten me as to why I was wrong, thank you..

this is wrong on so many levels..

this is quite interesting actually, SeaShell is a Jew, and she's defending Islam.. refreshing, don't you think?.. (^^,) and the NJ Ladybug is more of a feminist.. you'll see more of her comments later on and how she 110% oppose of the punishment, from the sexist and human rights point of view lah.. take note, they both are from the States..

all I have to say is, every country, every state have their own set of laws and cultures.. in Malaysia, our main religion is Islam but we do not oppose or limit other religion from being practiced here like Christians, Catholic, Buddhism, Hinduism and others since we live in a multiracial community with the Chinese, Indians, Kadazans, Dusuns, etc.. and we are Asians who are mostly conservative in maintaining our Eastern culture and traditions, be it Malays, Chinese or Indians..

and to add on that, Islamic views and values have been in Malaysia since wayyyyyyyyy before our independence.. believe it or not, these 3 women got off easy compared to the original punishment stated in the Holy Quran.. and both men and women are punished in the case of adultery and premarital sex, not just women so it's by far biased.. the reason of canning is for repentance of their sin and also to show to the public that the sin committed was wrong and to not commit it themselves.. there is a cause to every reason and action.. you do something bad, you get the punishment, simple as that.. whether their repentance is accepted or not by Allah S.W.T. is entirely up to Him, wallahua'lam..

in regards to NJ Ladybug, it's not a new law, it's in the Holy Quran since Prophet Muhammad S.A.W.s time.. it's the way of life for Muslims, for Islam.. and no one squealed, they came out themselves because they regretted what they did and wanted to repent, no one forced them.. it has nothing to do with karma, it's the Shari'a Law.. it's only applicable to Muslims tho, so you shouldn't worry if you committed adultery in the States.. no one would care anyway.. as for the comment by aebe, I have no idea what the guy is trying to say.. (-__-;;

like I said, not a sexiest issue, not biased.. both men and women got their punishment..

it is equal, both men and women got caned, so it's equal la kan.. no sexism at all in this case.. but it took a while for everyone to know that since the press FOCUSED on the WOMEN instead of the men.. reason?.. coz it's more controversial and sells faster, DUH..

truth be told, I didn't follow the case when it was a hot controversial and debated issue in Malaysia early this year, but I have read of the given punishment and the acceptance of punishment by the 3 women.. I just don't know why everyone is riled up about it and making it into an international issue.. Islam is barbaric?.. Malaysia is barbaric?.. human rights?.. pftttttttt!!!!~~ yeah, they chose to repent in that way, they're humans, they have the rights to chose that, what does it got to do with you?.. they want to be clean in the Islamic sense, they don't want to spend too much time in Hell, they chose that punishment, that's their rights as a human being la kan?.. paham?.. okay, suddenly I'm getting all emotional.. excuse me, this is sort of a touchy subject.. (-__-;;

and here are some response from a CNN article regarding this matter.. click to enlarge, and my response to the comment is also included.. agree or disagree, I don't really care.. but if you think I'm wrong, enlighten me without cursing please.. thank you..

in Islam, men are allowed to have up to 4 wives, but it comes with condition.. they cannot simply marry for a second, third or fourth time if they are unable to support or care for all the wives either monetary, physically or emotionally.. and they must split everything equally in terms of care, respect, time, money, etc. to all their wives and children.. and frankly, not all men can perform this..

and there are also reasons why women are not allowed to have more than 1 husband.. there might be confusion and complication as to whom the child of the woman belongs to if she was to marry 4 husbands which will then result in confusion when the daughter wants to marry, as in Islam, the father will pass the daughter to the future husband trough a ceremony called 'akad nikah'.. if the said 'father' is not the real biological father, the marriage will not be accepted by Islam and they will live a life of sin due to the mix up, even if they did not know it, - wallahua'lam - and this problem will be passed down to another generation and another generation.. it will also complicate the writing of the will in terms of distribution of assets from parents when they die..

and personally, I don't mind if my future husband marry another wife, but I have my conditions too la.. hehehe.. =P

yes, the men were also caned but the media chose to not publish much about that since it's not much of a hot issue as the Muslim women caned.. obviously the article was biased and choose to only publish this side of the story more, playing on the human rights, women rights, religious believe and all the other stuff.. frankly speaking, the article showed a bad side of Islam as a religion in the eyes of non Muslims who know very little about the teachings of the religion.. and no, a woman gave out the canning, not a man..

and women are put on a high pedestal for a reason, they are sacred, their honour and dignity should be preserved, that is why we, the women cover ourselves, because we believe that.. we are a rare diamond only for 1 man, which is the's what stated in our religion, and we believe in it.. and hey, you have your own religion and believes too, am I right?.. and I do respect your religion, and I'm hoping you would respect mine too..

wow, the statement 'Islam is an evil religion' is really looking to pick a fight.. but the latter input about the 12-year-old little girls is quite disturbing.. (-__-;;

I like muslimbeautys response.. yes, I'm also a proud Muslim woman as I know and understand in what I believe in, and I would love it if you could understand that.. and no, I don't think I will be treated as a property with my husband, and I don't think I'm a second class citizen, especially in Malaysia.. from the way Nisharenee commented, I think she converted into Islam when she married her husband but experienced something not to her liking.. all I have to say is, don't base a whole religion on what a man did.. all religion have great lessons to teach, just not all followers are good students..

and so, these were from Americans point of view.. it's a very touchy subject when it comes to religion, especially Islam, as not everyone understand what it's about and how the system works.. all the world know and seem keen on believing that Islam is a terrorist religion and unfair to its women, and boy, they're so wrong.. oh well, the only way to change the world is by changing yourself, so instead of lashing out to the world, stop and think how you can improve the situation for you first.. others will follow eventually.. (^^,)

OMG, this entry is so long, I just noticed.. hahaha.. sorry bout that.. and the comments on this blogpost is going to be moderated, in case someone decides to curse and use unnecessary words and vowels.. you may comment if you choose to, share with others about your thoughts regarding this subject, but please, you civilized words, and have decent manners please..

thank you! (^^,)

Sunday, June 13, 2010

amoi yang comel

saja nak bagitahu..

dia nih comel kan?..

yang ini pun comel..

dan yang ini pun comel!

kan kan?..

Friday, June 11, 2010

pandas are decreasing.. here's what you should do to help increase awareness..

wear a panda hat on your head and act as cute as possible, as it will raise awareness for the decreasing number of pandas around the world..


cause people on the road will look at you twice when you pass by..
eh look, a girl wearing a panda hat while driving a car, that's weird..
omg, the panda is so cute!!
OMG, the girl wearing the hat is wayyyy cuter than the panda!!
boleh macam tu?
that would just defeat the purpose, but what the hell right?..

credit to Feshnie

see, I have now raised awareness for the cute endangered pandas..
thanks to my sister, Khadijah who bought the panda hat when she was in Beijing, China with her husband..
the panda is so cute and fuzzy, you just want to cuddle it and never let go, kan?..
but the panda she saw was asleep as it was noon when she was there..
didn't do much really, but was still nice to watch I'm sure..
Beijing looks really fun, I'd like to go there one day..

regarding the panda hat, we, the sisters always end up fighting over the hat to see who gets to wear it.. childish, but inevitable..
personally, I fight with my youngest sis, Wahida..
she hogs the damn panda for so long, I want to wear it too!

anyway, the pictures (except Kak Ijahs picture) were taken on our way to my cousins akad nikah in Kulim on Thursday.. I didn't go to work that day, and also on Wednesday.. went to Putrajaya and KL to Nuffnang HQ (will make a new blogpost about the experience soon) and also to pick up the rest of my family stranded there, Intan, Aini, Kak Ijah and her hubby Abg Hafiz for the wedding the next day..
long story short, we had a great time, while tiring our butts off in the journey from KL to Sintok Kedah, and Sintok to Kulim the next day..
I was driving on the first part, and truth be told, I was soooooooo tired and sleepy..
good thing we didn't crash, Alhamdulillah..

the wedding went well though..
meet the newly weds, my cousin from my dads side in Johor, Abg Najib and his new wife from Kulim, Kak Ain..
may the both of you have the happiest life possible, and make lots of babies!

credit to Feshnie
dah selamat di ijab kabul kan..

the wedding reception of the brides side in Kulim..
the theme was purple, and I just happened to wear purple that day..
yeah, the newly weds seems a bit stiff and not really holding each other even though after everything was halal already..
oh well, I guess you'd have to get use to it huh?..

coincidence much?..

Monday, June 7, 2010

future Project Alpha guest blogger or future actress?

Mood : excited!

Assalamualaikum awesome peeps, and happy Monday!.. hope you've been having a great Monday so far, but I doubt you will since you don't really like Mondays coz it signals the start to a new week and also a new day at work.. kan kan?.. =D

anyway, I wanted to blog about my trip to Penang last week, but have been a bit tied up with work, so am currently unable to, yet.. so for today, it's just a quick post.. when I came to the office this morning, all I had in mind was just FB and work.. okay, there's also food, but who doesn't think about food kan?.. plus I'm currently fasting today, so no food till after Maghrib.. hoho.. all the juicy chicken, the kuihs, the nasi, the tomyam dancing in front of me.. the smell of the aroma, fuhhhh, salivating now.. okay, running away from topic.. =P

I'm updating to inform you guys about an audition I attended today at 11am.. it's for a film or drama or something, I don't really know.. the audition was conducted by UUM's Unifilem Sdn. Bhd., I think.. but it involves acting la, I just don't know what kind and how large the production is going to be.. I auditioned for a part under the clause of 'female grown up (in the twenties)'.. I don't really have any experience with auditioning other than the Project Alpha video audition where I talked crap and dance around weirdly, so yeah.. just testing my luck and talents, if I have any.. =P

once I arrived at the office, I was told to fill in a form and memorize a few dialogs.. I read through, it's quite easy to memorize.. I played a boss who was frustrated for not being able to contact his subordinate.. yes, you read it right, I played a male character for the audition.. bahahaha!~~ =DD it was quite nerve wrecking I tell you.. there were around 5 other people that I don't know inside the studio when I was auditioning, and I was a bit nervous and all.. but I think I did a fairly good job.. I read out the lines and did some facial expression, being pissed, annoyed, worried, etc.. I did 3 takes.. the first one sitting down, 2nd was standing, 3rd was walking around being all frustrated.. I'm not going to lie.. it's hard to act when you know there's a camera recording your every move.. (-__-;;

after the 3 takes, I was asked to do a facial screening or something, I don't know what's it called.. I just sit there on the chair and do what the director tells me to do.. once he said 'Action!', I have to do all the expressions he told me to do, happy, sad, angry, nervous, worried, scared, angry, happy, worried, OMG a lot of times okay! he said it's to see my facial expression in different moods ftw!.. okay, layankan ja lah.. after that was done, he took 2 pictures of me to make a portfolio in their database.. so if I'm not lucky enough to be in the film I'm auditioning in, I might get another part in some other drama or movie that they're doing in the future.. hohoho..

the nice director asked me if I had any experience before this, so I said no, a video audition for Project Alpha does not count la people!.. he said I did a good job, so yeahh.. I'm looking forward to good news regarding this audition, maybe around this evening or tomorrow morning, since today was the last day of audition.. OMG, so nervous ftw! (>w<)

eh eh, how come your face is all scrunched up?..want to ask a question?.. sure sure, what is it?.. ohh, you want to know why I joined the audition is it?.. well, to tell you the truth, I've always wanted to be on tv, since I was a kid.. it doesn't have to be the mainstream, but just tv.. I always wondered how my face would look like on tv and would I be any good, and it so happens that an opportunity presented itself this morning, so I figured, WHAT THE HECK?.. it's never wrong to try something new, right?.. so that's what I did, I tried something new, auditioning for a part in a drama or film.. hey, it's okay even if you don't have any experience before, hence the term 'trying something new' ftw!.. =P

and yes, I don't know who the guest bloggers for Project Alpha season 3 is going to be, so quit asking me.. (-__-;;

so now I'm waiting for a call or an email from them peeps at the UUM Unifilem place.. hope it's good news, but even if it isn't, I'll cherish the audition experience forever.. (^^,)

p/s :- have you guys heard of a drama on Astro Prima called 'Aalia' or something?.. the director mentioned something about that during the audition, and I think it's somehow related.. ntah la, not sure.. oh well, let's wait!! wheee!~~ =DD

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Aisumi Chan Giveaway Contest winner revealed! I won!

Mood : chirpy!

Assalamualaikum awesome peeps, good evening!.. it's a great Sunday so far, and everything energized and good to go.. so as most of you know, I went to Penang last Friday with some of my family members.. the initial plan was to stay the night and come back on Saturday, but we had to cancel that due to some reasons and come back on Friday evening, after the pampering at AsterSpring.. oh well, as long as my skin is happy, I'm all good.. (^^,) I'll share with you on the stories of my visit to Penang later in my next post, insyaallah..

now on to todays reason.. remember this post I did a week back?.. well, it turns out, I won the contest done by sis sumi!.. alhamdulillah, out of the 10 people who participated, I was privileged enough to be chosen as the winner.. so what did I win?..


it's a jumper pants!

and guess what?.. I have it with me right now!.. I received it on this morning, but was actually sent on Wednesday last week by sis sumi.. really great, can't wait to go home and try it. on. well, actually I wanted to try it on the minute I had my hands on the parcel, but I'm at work, can not maaa.. hehehe.. I'll upload pictures once I wear them, okies dearies?.. (^^,)

oh, and just so you know, I'm one of the bloggers fighting my way to become a guest blogger on Project Alpha season 3, and I need your help to make my dreams of being on TV come true.. to lend a hand to a friend, kindly visit projectalphagroup and click the 'Like' button on my audition video.. there are a few steps to complete, but hey, you only have to do it once, so pretty please, lend a hand to a friend like me.. (^^,)

thanks a million! =)

Thursday, June 3, 2010

weekend activities

Mood : excited!

Assalamualaikum, hey ho awesome peeps!.. it's Thursday again, which means that tomorrow is the start of the wonderful weekend for people in Kedah.. and I personally JUST CAN'T WAIT for tomorrow! I'm going to PENANG!!

okay okay, calm down, no need to get upset.. haishhh.. I know Penang is not London or Los Angeles, but it's somewhere not Kedah.. I'm in dire need of a vacation, and this is the perfect opportunity.. plus, I'll be going with my mum, to the Spa for the very first time! eeiks, I'm so excited!!

hey, I'm no rich kid, I'm only going coz I got 2 free vouchers for AsterSpring for a facial and body treatment worth RM125 which I won by doing this.. I don't know what kind of treatment, I'll be getting but I'm very eager to find out what.. hehehe.. the AsterSpring outlet that I'll be going to is in Queensbay Mall, so it's a win win situation for me.. after a nice pampering, I can do some sightseeing in the largest shopping mall in Penang.. and in the evening, I'll be near the sea for a photoshoot.. so people in Penang, be on the lookout for me on Friday and Saturday, coz I'll be sleeping over!

wohoooo, WEEKEND ROCKS!! \(^o^)/

p/s :- have to work first.. got meeting at 2.30pm... hehehe.. later awesome peeps!

a contest for the Bold!

Mood : swimming

Assalamualaikum and good morning awesome peeps!.. I have returned with another contest!.. hoho.. this one is a bit elaborate and needs editing plus creativity skills to complete, but definitely worth it.. the organizer of this contest is such a pretty, hot yet mysterious girl, miss TTT!
I don't really know her as a close friend who goes out shopping everyday kind of close, but what I have to tell you is, she's such a warm and friendly person.. modest and also a down- to-earth person.. you can be her friend easily, and talk to her without much hassle.. a very nice person indeed this miss TTT..

well, enough talk about the lovely lady, let's get down to the contest entry.. there must be 3 different pictures holding certain lettered words in every picture, and it's tricky I tell you.. this is the picture I'm putting up on the chopping block.. I've seen some very creative work from other contestants, so I'm giving you this.. (^^,)

the first picture is me as miss TTT's brother, Abe, which is also a mysterious person, since he's wearing a mask in the blog.. but instead of the usual V for Vendetta mask that he wears, I choose the chibi Hetalia Korea anime mask due to 3 reasons.. 1) the chibi is just cute!.. 2) TTT is cute! 3) so if TTT is cute, mr Abe must be cute too!.. logic, isn't it?.. (^^,)

the second picture is me as miss TTT herself, who is always mysterious, covering her eyes either by censoring it or wearing sunglasses.. but I know that she's very pretty.. (^^,) I choose to cover my eyes with one of a kind bead bracelet that I bought in Langkawi.. it's very unique, just like miss TTT.. =)

the third picture is me as myself, who's funny, quirky, talkative and crazy! I'm not as pretty as miss TTT or the other contestants, but it's never harmful to take a chance, am I right?..

so there you have, the contest for the Bold, at do visit the wonderful girl to see the colours of her life, but living it mysteriously.. hehehe.. enjoy! (^^,)

p/s :- credit for pictures goes to my sister, Feshnie..


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