14 June, 2007

Let's have fun on bed, baby...

Yewwwww... sounds lustful, eh? Heh.

This is actually one of my old posts when I was still with Blogdrive more than a year ago, which got quite a lot of responses from my friends, online and in real life. I'm now re-posting it here for the sake of my new friends and for those who have never read this post. Any comments, feel free to leave them in the combox. Well... I hope you enjoy...


Photo courtesy of Cartoon Stock

If you (guys, of course) read this because you thought I'm really inviting you to have a "good time together", then I would conclude that you're a nothing-special-typical-guy who is a sex maniac.

Don't agree with me? It's okay. Did I say you must?

But if you (and those who know me personally), after seeing the title of the post, was so shocked and exclaimed "OMG! What's wrong with Oddz?!?!" (and other similar exclamations) and wanted to find out what this post is all about, well, congratulations! This showed that you know Oddz pretty well!

I found out that there are four types of guys in this world with different reactions to an invitation to sex. See if you agree with me. The sample questions (Q for gals) and answers (A for guys) are between two person of opposite sex who are ordinary friends and have no special feelings for each other. Here we go...

Type 1: Immediate Vacancy
Q: Hey... can we have sex?
A: (excited) You serious?! Sure! why not? Let's do it now!

Type 2: Beauties Only
Q: Hey... can we have sex?
A: Huh? You must be kidding.
Q: No, I'm serious.
A: What? But ... with you? (chuckled) I think better not lah. You're just not up to the "standard".

Type 3: True Love Waits
Q: Hey... can we have sex?
A: Huh? What did you say?
Q: I know you heard what I said. And I'm serious.
A: I'm sorry. I can't do it with a person I don't love!

Type 4: Indifference
Q: Hey... can we have sex?
A: Huh? What?
Q: I'm serious.
A: (changed topic) Oh so what are you planning to buy for Janice? Her birthday's tomorrow.

*Giggled* Oh well. What do you think? Which type of person are you? Or do you think there are more than these 4 types I've listed?

You might be asking me how I got to find these out. Don't worry, I certainly didn't ask them that question. Just a little prediction from the conversations I had with guys I met both in real life and online chat.

I just marveled and at the same time, disgusted at how open-minded and lustful the guys of Type 1 are. In my opinion, most guys will fall into the category of Type 2 and Type 3. Tell me if I'm wrong. And for Type 4... those are very conservative guys who are going to extinct soon. If I find one, I'll list him under the Totally Protected Animals list, and probably keep him for myself. *giggled*

07 June, 2007


Alright. First of all, PLEASE READ what I've got to say before you watch the clip.

All of us Malaysians know and agree that our Malaysian-made cars are totally incomparable with those from Germany or any other 1st World countries. It is already a fact, isn't it? But no matter how bad a product is, it doesn't deserve this kind of 'treatment'. And certainly, NOT from this extremely sick angmo kau... Jeremy Clarkson.

By doing what he did, he is actually openly declaring that we Malaysians are:
  1. Useless people - because we build useless pieces of scrap and rubbish;
  2. Idiots - despite the low quality, we still buy the cars, and even export them;
  3. Money-face - we produce cars ONLY to make profit and nothing else.
Don't you think so? Do you think Perodua Kelisa deserves this kind of remarks, which is indirectly humiliating Malaysians as well? I feel so totally looked down upon by him! I feel like... he's saying that Malaysia is a worthless nation!!

And besides, which car wouldn't be dented and wouldn't fall apart when it is done the same way?

Shame on you, for those Malaysians who supported this Bastard in 'downgrading' Malaysians and Malaysian-made products! Yes - quality wise, Perodua and Proton sucks; but aren't we supposed to be thankful that being a 3rd World country, we are able to produce our own cars? How many 3rd World countries out there have their own locally made cars?

My personal comment:
Despite its quality compared with foreign cars, almost all of my friends who are driving Kelisa are totally satisfied with its performance. Click here to read about the satisfied owners of Kelisa. A little, boxy, boring, unimaginative car with such a good performance. Isn't it more than enough?

And for you, Bastard Jeremy Clarkson, it's time to stop this hobby of yours, going about condemning cars. Save your energy to bury yourself in the future!

04 June, 2007

Professional drivers?!

What's wrong with Kuching people these days?

Crossing a small road at commercial centres is no longer a safe thing to do, especially when there are lots of cars. Most of the time, crossing a busy small road is just a piece of cake. All you have to do is just walk across when the cars are moving slowly. And even if you are crossing the road half way when a car is driving towards you fast, that car would usually slow down to let you pass.

Now, things have changed.

Even when you are standing by the roadside, trying to make sure whether it is safe to cross, don't forget to put special attention on the cars nearest to you and parking at the side. The drivers might reverse their car without you noticing them and without them noticing you.

This has actually happened to me for a few times now -- 4 or 5, if I'm not mistaken. I also witnessed how my friend almost got knocked if I didn't pull her away from a reversing car. My parents talked to me about it as they have met such a careless driver too; my another encounter was with colleagues.

This sincere piece of word of caution goes out to everyone, whether you're a driver or not. Drivers, please kindly make sure that you check the surroundings, especially the back of your cars, before you start to reverse. You don't want to hurt anybody, do you? Passerby and anyone who's crossing the road (particularly at commercial centres e.g. Tabuan Jaya CC, Sarawak Plaza, Kenyalang CC, etc.), please be extra careful and be alert when you're crossing.

Prevention is always better than cure. So do something, you people out there! Be c-a-r-e-f-u-l!!!

Photo courtesy Texas Transportation Institute

03 June, 2007

Conserve the Tiger!

I hope you, readers out there, would give a helping hand after going through this letter from WWF (World Wildlife Fund). I have signed the petition and I'm part of the big tiger photo mosaic. Please support the conservation of tigers!

Dear Friends,

The tiger is one of the most revered, feared and yet popular species on Earth. It is perhaps the most powerful symbol for all of our planet's endangered wildlife.

Once widespread across Asia, fewer than 5,000 wild tigers are now found in just 7% of the habitat they once occupied.

Today the tiger faces a new threat: the push by wealthy tiger breeders in China to re-establish legal trade of tiger products in their country. Such a move would re-ignite the now-reduced demand for tiger medicines within China and allow the organized crime syndicates that drive tiger poaching to more easily "launder" wild tigers through China.

Join me in recognizing China's efforts to conserve tigers and ask them to continue to remain firm in halting all tiger trade by visiting this site: Tiger Mosaic - WWF.


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