Sunday, May 30, 2010

I was about to be electrocuted

I woke up from sleep this morning and I was literally crying. My eyes were wet with tears and I was palpitating with fear. Seriously, this is by far the worst nightmare I ever had.

In the dream, I was in a courthouse and I was sentenced to death by electrocution. My crime: smuggling drug the size of an average ice cube. Thing is, the drug wasn't mine and somehow they found it on me. I never even knew its existence.

I was already in the death row cell and one of the jail wardens was about to get me to the chair. But I pleaded to him to give me some time to prove that I am innocent, that I have no idea how the drug was on me and that I have nothing to do with it.

I guess he saw the fear in my eyes and he let me off for awhile, to calm down maybe. But can I calm down when I was about to be put on an electric chair??

I was crying my heart out, praying hard to God, asking for forgiveness. And also I was crying to see my mom. I want her to know that I am innocent. I was crying so bad, that I actually woke up from sleep.

That was a relief and that was a bad ass dream.

What does it mean?

You are 1 today

Schnappi, you have only turned 1 today and you already own a hotel?? It is either you are good with Monopoly or you are definitely the next Donald Trump in the making, huh? :)

Happy Big Birthday Schnappi Boy.

Kakaklin loves you with no ends....

Don't play play arr...

The other day before I made my way back to KL, I was just killing time walking around the one of the ONLY 2 happening malls in AS. We were just looking for something to do and we decided to pass through the arcade center.

Each time we pass any arcade center, the first game that I will look for is House of The Dead (the latest version, that is). So, that was exactly what I did. And I saw this stick-thin girl, clad in a Baju Kurung, with her handbag in hand, walking towards the available console and she was happily shooting at zombies.

In my head, she was just probably playing to attract the boys' attention. But when I stood behind her and watched her play, we could make a good team together, she ain't that bad after all.

She even had an ardent fan to view her play, to boot :P

Ada sesiapa yang kenal dia?

Kalau kat AS ni, this man is everywhere. Kalau pergi Pekan Rabu, dia ada. Pergi uptown, dia ada. Pergi any carnival, dia sure ada.

Kadang2, tgk dia tgh makan, most of the time, dia tgh kasi lecture free kat orang2 awam yang tgh berlegar2 di kawasan itu. He will talk about physics as dia claim yang dia professor fizik Malaysia. Dia akan kasi lecture on advance math and cara kiraan dia tu, memang senang and logik.

He also has a picture of him and Dato' Sheikh Muzaffar, displayed on his cart. He hangs a sign on his neck saying that: "Professor USM patut belajar dari saya".

Apa yang buat aku kagum ngan orang tua ni ialah, dari mana dia dapat duit untuk support diri dia sendiri, as he does not collect any money from the public. Pastu, dari mana dia dapat all the ilmu that he is teaching. Sebab kalau kita wait and listen to his lectures, memang ada logiknya.

My final Q is: is he sane?

Friday, May 28, 2010

Blowing Kisses

My darlings Nana, and Yayah...
Even if I never say it to you guys, I miss you guys so so so much. Although we are continents apart, you are always here, safe in the special place of my heart.

When you blow me kisses from that faraway land.....

....I blow some back to you....

Sorry, I emo sikit. "saje je"....

Tuesday, May 25, 2010


When u attack Black people, they call it racism.

When u attack Jewish people, they call it anti-semetism.

When u attack women, they call it sexism.

When u attack homosexuality,they callit intolerance.

When u attack a Country, they call it treason.

When u attack a religious sect, they call it hate.

But when they attack the Prophet Mohammed, they call it freedom of speech?

Monday, May 24, 2010


It really amazes me how people can exaggerate when the speak about something. Where do they put their faces when the others actually know the real truth? I mean, I would understand if you are a kid and you exaggerate everything that is around you. But when you are a full-grown adult and you exaggerate, I definitely think that you suffer from an anomaly called LYING.

Saturday, May 22, 2010


Remember the post that I did earlier entitled "Blow me", regarding what I caught a couple doing in a T-SHIRT shop??

Well, here's the thing. The first picture below, was the design proposed to me by BIZandry. I already told them EARLIER that I wanted my T to be DIGITAL PRINT and I want it in colour. They say that they can do it, that it will be no problem, all the promises of a business.

I was even told to pay a deposit, which I did immediately on the day that I discussed what I wanted. They say that they will send me the proposed design and then we will proceed from there. A week passed and nothing was sent to me. But on the day that I caught the couple having fun in that shop, he immediately told me that he already sent the mail and showed me the design.

Obviously I was already really disgusted with what I saw and was angry that he was too busy with "something else" to concentrate on my orders.

So fine. I hunted for another shop.

This design was proposed to me exactly TWO DAYS after I went and told them what I wanted. Happy? Of course I am!

They are more serious with their job and obviously the know that the shop is intended for serious business only and not free-show genital fun.

So, it is only mandatory for me to continue my business with EZEE. At least I know that my T-shirts will not be covered in sperm.

EZEE Management Services & Trading
Stadium Darul Aman, Alor Setar
TEL:04-7305445 / 0124026279

Shame on you BIZandry.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

The ONLY way to learn CPR

CPR guys! CPR! concentrate!!


I was driving today and i realized that I love the smell of my car. And then it made me think, I have a certain norm that must meet my expectations when it comes to the smell of a certain room or place or thing.

So here goes....

To me, a car should smell like a guy, a manly scent. Therefore my air freshener smells like some guys perfume.

To me, the toilet should smell like disinfectant so that I am comfortable to use it.

To me, linens and towels should smell like the sun. Does the sun smell? :P

To me, a kitchen should smell like freshly baked pastry. It is just so welcoming.

To me, the wards should smell like aircon. I really can't describe that smell.

What about you?

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

So what if I have put on weight?

Yes, I admit, since the last 3 years that I was aneroxic, now I have put on weight. A significant amount of weight, I might add.

And yes, I hear the comments, the taunts about me putting on weight. But let me put this to your face: "So what, Bitch?"

Even with these spare tyres, these flabby thighs, this big junk, I still manage to withstand an hour-long strenuous aerobics, I can still run, I got second place for state-level walkathon, I can climb up the stairs with no problems. Can you?

Even some of my leaner peers can't do these. I am not bragging but what I am trying to say is, how your shape, your size, your weight, does not determine your overall health. As long as you are physically fit, happy, calm and collected, and do not be a bloody busy ass, THEN you are truly overall healthy.

So, revise yourselves before talking about me, eh?

Just like a dog

Sometimes I pity you. Exactly like a dog, you have no backbone of your own to state your own mind. You do what your "owner" does. You go where your "owner" goes. Even if your "owner" sits at another corner of the room, you will lift your sorry ass from where you were seated and immediately sit by your "owner"'s side.

You can never be on your own. You depend on your "owner" as much as your "owner" depends on you. You both have to co-exist because being an individual is not either of your fortes.

When your "owner" tells you to fetch, you do that too. Pity. Or is it because that you are not confident that you can be on your own that you have to become someone else's dog?

Good luck in that.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Oooo....Oooooo.... Oh My God!

Sila jangan jeles.... This is my pink lady

Thank you mamak!!! apa model dia by the way?

Trapped in a lift

We never know when and where accidents will happen to us OR people around us. Read on and hope this piece of information may help any of us when things do happen to yourself, our friends and our loved ones.
One day, while in a lift, it suddenly broke down and it was falling from level 13 at a fast speed. Fortunately, I remembered watching a TV program that taught you must quickly press all the buttons for all the levels.

Finally, the lift stopped at the 5th level.
When you are facing life and death situations, whatever decisions or actions you make decides your survival.
If you are caught in a lift breakdown, first thought in mind may be 'waiting to die'...
But after reading below, things will definitely be different the next time you are caught in a lift.

First - Quickly press all the different levels of buttons in the lift.
When the emergency electricity supply is being activated, it will stop the lift from falling further.

Second - Hold on tight to the handle (if there is any).. It is to support your position and prevent you from falling or getting hurt when you lost your balance.

Third - Lean your back and head against the wall forming a straight line.
Leaning against the wall is to use it as a support for your back/spine as protection.

Fourth - Bend your knees Ligament is a flexible, connective tissue. Thus, the impact of fractured bones will be minimised during fall.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Saya tak ada sabar...

Mamak.... mamak.... tunjuk la kat saya gambar notebook saya tu. Saya nak tengok. Saya nak berangan. Saya tak sabar ni mamak... please....

Saje je....

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

BB devil

E eh, siapa punya tu??? huhuhuh....
tentu la saya yang punya, terima kasih kepada Mamak saya dah Shadi. Tapi saya punya dah ada rubber skin Devil warna merah.... sangat comel :)

Top 10 Reasons Why the iPhone is No BlackBerry

10. The iPhone's Not Designed for One-Handed Operation

The iPhone is lightweight and thin enough to fit into a pants pocket, but it's also fairly wide and long, which means that most users need one hand to hold the device and the other to type or navigate through applications or surf the Web.

I don’t know about you, but I'm often driving or taking notes when I'm using my phone, so two-handed operation is either dangerous, a big inconvenience or both. Yeah, I realize driving while texting or Web surfing's never a good idea—in fact it's illegal in some locales. I often use a Bluetooth headset that lets me dial preprogrammed numbers while driving, so I don't need to use my device's keyboard at all. But sometimes I don't have the earpiece, and I'm grateful that I need only a single hand to dial a phone number or access my voice-activated Yahoo oneSearch app—which, I might add, is not available for the iPhone.

Try dialing a number with an iPhone in your left hand while steering with your right or typing in an address on that touch screen while jotting down notes. Not so much…And because the iPhone's Safari Web browser requires you to zoom in and out to view text and images on Web pages, you'll need both hands for that funky pinch in and out motion. Not so with the BlackBerry Browser, which optimizes most pages for your device's screen and lets you scroll down by simply clicking your keyboard's space bar.

9. Every iPhone is Created Equally—At Least on the Outside

There's only one iPhone, no matter how many other handset makers unveil lookalikes, and I say that's a bad thing. Sure, you can buy an iPhone with 16GB or 8GB of storage capacity but everything about those two devices will be exactly the same, except for the number of tunes you can squeeze in there and the tiny lettering on the rear side that indicates flash drive size.

A plethora of BlackBerry devices are available to you today. If, for instance, you have small hands or require a tiny device for other reasons, you can pick up a BlackBerry Pearl or Curve instead of an 8700 or 8800 series handheld. And then you can pick from the line of four available Pearl and Curve devices, the 8x00, 8x10, 8x20 and 8x30, depending on which feature set best fits your personal needs. You can even select the color of the handset while iPhone users are stuck with that boring trash-can aluminum casing.

On that note, I appreciate the fact that even though I frequently see other BlackBerrys in the hands of my friends, coworkers and strangers, I rarely see my specific device. I chose the gold Curve 8320 mostly because of its VoWi-Fi features, but I also knew that the Gold casing I selected is somewhat rare because it's a T-Mobile exclusive in the United States. I've yet to see a single person on the street with the gold Curve, and something about that makes me love my device even more.

8. No Removable Battery, No Backup Power Supply for the iPhone

The Apple iPhone's Li-ion battery is built into the device and cannot be removed. That's a serious bummer for anybody who uses their device as much as I do, or for folks who are frequently on the go. Especially since the iPhone is "half-iPod," and is meant to be used as a media player. Listening to music and watching video are a great way to plow through battery life, and the fact that the iPhone's battery can't be swapped out when drained plain old stinks.

You can pick up extra batteries for your BlackBerry for as little as $20 on, so you don't even need to shell out a lot of cash for back up. And trust me, that $20 is worth every penny the first time you lose track of your battery status and see that amber-colored LED low-battery alert when you're expecting an important call.

Extended-capacity batteries from third-party manufacturers like Seidio are also available for BlackBerry devices, so you can even increase the life of your power supply.

If your iPhone craps out while you're away from a power outlet or don't have a charger handy, well, you're sh…simply out of luck.

7. The iPhone Has No Native Video Recording Capabilities

Currently, there's no way official way to record video clips using the iPhone's built-in camera. One would think a device aimed specifically at consumers would include such functionality, but the iPhone does not. On the other hand, RIM's most consumer-oriented devices, the BlackBerry Pearl handhelds, can all capture video clips—with the exception of the 8100. And the much anticipated release of BlackBerry OS v4.5 will bring video recording to Curve devices, as well.

Supposedly there are a few "unofficial" applications available that can enable iPhone-video-capture, but that means tinkering with or unlocking the handheld. That voids users' warranties and could potentially damage the device or give Apple warrant to disable it. I don't know about you, but if I paid the ridiculous price Apple's charging for the iPhone—see reason number six--I'd be hesitant to take those chances.

6. The iPhone Is Too Darn Expensive

Though the price of the iPhone has gone down considerably since its release last June, the device is still way too pricey at $399 for the 8GB version and $499 for 16GB of storage. (It's also worth noting that Apple "thanked" the first folks who purchased the device by dropping the price two months later. The company then tried to make up for the move by offering an Apple Store credit for half the amount of the price reduction. Dare I say RIM would never insult BlackBerry users like that?)

With the exception of the touch screen and the Safari browser, there's little the iPhone has that you can't get in a significantly less expensive BlackBerry or other smartphone. And depending on how you use your device—if, for example, you type lots of messages—the iPhone's virtual keyboard can be a frustrating productivity-killer. I'd even say that the Opera Mini browser is a very suitable alternative to Safari.

Today, a shiny new BlackBerry Pearl or Curve device goes for a fraction of the cost of an iPhone. You can, in fact, find BlackBerrys for free if you keep a sharp eye out—or visit frequently. Even RIM's higher-end devices, like the 8820 and 8830, can be as much as $100 cheaper than the lowest-capacity iPhone.

5. The iPhone Doesn't Support VoWi-Fi—Even Though It Could and Should

The iPhone has Wi-Fi, but the fact that the device does not yet allow for Voice over Wi-Fi (VoWi-Fi), greatly reduces the value of the feature.

There are currently three BlackBerrys that offer VoWi-Fi: the Pearl 8120; Curve 8320; and the 8820 device. These BlackBerrys are all available through multiple carriers, but the only ones that currently support VoWi-Fi in the United States are the ones sold through T-Mobile. AT&T, the largest U.S. wireless provider by subscribers and the exclusive iPhone carrier, sells both the 8120 and the 8820, but it currently blocks VoWi-Fi for fear that the functionality will cut into its profits from data transmission. North of the Border, GSM-monopoly Rogers will soon be the only provider allowing Canadians to get their hands on the iPhone, but unlike AT&T, information suggests Rogers will soon be allowing their consumer customers to take advantages of VoWi-Fi with the addition of the BlackBerry Pearl 8120 to their device lineup and the introduction of the Rogers Home Calling Zone service.

It costs $10 extra on top of my T-Mobile bill for unlimited VoWi-Fi calling, and the feature is well worth the price because I don't have a landline phone and I'm constantly on my BlackBerry.

I've heard rumors that JAJAH, which makes VoIP applications, is working a native iPhone app to enable VoWi-Fi, and that Apple will not block the feature on a device level. But it remains to be seen what role AT&T will play, especially since it has yet to enable VoWi-Fi on its compatible RIM devices.

Bottom line: I've been using VoWi-Fi via BlackBerry for months, while iPhone users are still unsure if or when the feature's coming to the Apple smartphone.

4. iPhone User? No GPS for You

The iPhone does not have internal GPS.

Not every BlackBerry has it, either, but every single new model line from the 8100 series forward has at least one handheld with GPS. For example, the Curve 8320 doesn't have internal navigation functionality, but its siblings--the 8310 and 8330--do. The Pearl 8100 is GPS-less, but both the 8110 and 8130 also have it. And all three 8800 series device have built-in GPS capabilities. So if satellite navigation is of the essence, you've got a lot of options when it comes to BlackBerrys.

Sure, iPhone users can "virtual GPS" like Google's My Location service, but those, like the iPhone's virtual keyboard, just don't cut it. (See reason number two for more on the iPhone's keyboard.) I'm also not a big fan of toting around external GPS pucks.

An increasing number of new mobile applications are offering some form or GPS-integration features. BlackBerrys let you realize the full potential of such apps, but iPhone users have to make do without.

3. Want an iPhone? Hope You're Ready to Switch Wireless Carriers…

In most major markets where the iPhone is sold, Apple has exclusive distribution agreements with local carriers. For instance, U.S. consumers must be AT&T customers if they want an iPhone. Folks in the U.K. who want iPhones must ink contracts with O2. Germans must sign with T-Mobile. Orange in France, etc. (Again, there's always the option of unlocking the device so it will operate on other carriers' networks, but that can be asking for trouble, and it's something I do not recommend.)

On the other hand, you can purchase a number of BlackBerry devices through all the major U.S. carriers—in fact, BlackBerry smartphones are sold by the majority of leading wireless carriers through the world. RIM even makes CDMA BlackBerry phones so Sprint and Verizon, the two U.S. carriers who don't operate GSM networks, can offer BlackBerrys to their customers. Good luck getting an iPhone on the carrier network of your choice.

I'm not sure about you, but I want to be able to select both the device and the wireless carrier that best suit my personal needs, without tinkering with my handset and potentially voiding my warranty by unlocking it.

2. No Physical Keyboard? No Thanks.

The BlackBerry became king of the smartphone space for a number of obvious reasons. Its tried-and-true push e-mail system is the best in the biz, and that's huge. And despite a couple recent, highly-publicized outages, RIM has a very impressive record of service reliability.

I could go on, but for me, the feature that takes the cake is the full QWERTY keyboard found on many RIM devices. I've become so adept at using my BlackBerry that I can type almost as fast on its keyboard as I can on my laptop—almost. The iPhone's touch-screen-based virtual keyboard just doesn't do it. And, yes, I've spent enough time with the iPhone to get use to it.

Before any of you tell me I'm wrong, I'll say that I understand the whole virtual vs. physical keyboard thing is largely a preference issue. But I firmly believe that the average person, iPhone experience or no, can type faster and more efficiently on a physical keyboard, mostly because virtual keyboards provide no tactile feedback. That means you need to stare at the on-screen keys while you type, which takes your attention away from text in the message field. BlackBerrys with full keyboards are simply better for rapid typing than iPhones, and nothing's going to change that--even if haptic technology finds its way into a future version of Apple's smartphone. (Haptics would cause small vibrations when device keys are kit, in an attempt to provide that missing tactile feedback.)

1. The iPhone Third-Party Apps Debacle

Finally, the number one reason why the iPhone is no BlackBerry: Nearly a full year after Apple released the device in the United States, developers still cannot create and distribute third-party application that run natively on their devices. That means iPhone user have a very slim selection of applications they can download. And that's downright ridiculous after a year. How "smart" is Apple's smartphone if it can't be used like any run-of-the-mill PC to add software? I mean seriously…

Sure the iPhone SDK has been released, and there might be some great apps in the works, but in my opinion, that's too little, too late, as they say.

One of the best things about BlackBerrys is the ability to download third-party apps. And there are LOTS of them: business-apps and games; free downloads and programs you've got to pay an arm and a leg for; everything in between. Just search Google for "BlackBerry downloads" and there will be enough options to keep you entertained until your device is obsolete. Or check out all the great software available in the CrackBerry shop.

There's also the little of issue of how much control Apple will hold over which apps can run on the iPhone and whether or not they'll be available through outlets other than the iTunes Store. So far, it appears that Apple will have the final say over which programs it will allow to run natively on the device. And the iTunes store will likely be the sole distribution channel—at least at first.

Oh yeah, the iPhone supposedly won't allow "multi-tasking" of native applications either, and that means as soon as you get a phone call or decided to surf the Web, you're IM app will instantly close, severing your chat connections. And you know that cool branded Viigo RSS reader that updates itself? There won't be any such thing on the iPhone, because it would have to run in the background while you employ you're device. Thanks to Mr. Jobs, that probably won't be possible.

taken from here [credit to Djambu for linking me to this www :) ]

Blow me

I was paying my friend who works part time in a T-shirt shop a visit because I wanted to check on the status of my order. I went in casually (as it is an open shop, without the glass doors) and said "Hi" (like what friends would do to each other), but to my wonderment, he didn't reply. Instead, he was bending down and tending something on the carpeted floor behind his work desk.

So, innocently, I thought he was busy checking orders that were stashed in sacks (because I saw some sacks on the floor that were full). I didn't even realized anything. Then something on the sack moved. And to my amazement, I saw that there was a girl, clad in a short sleeved t-shirt and jeans, her red panties sticking out from her low cut jeans, she was in a position of hugging one of the sacks and lying down on another. Innocently again, I thought he was putting her to sleep as I assume that must be his GF. Fine with me.

As I came for business purposes, to talk to him about my orders, I did what I came for. I tried to disregard the fact that there was a girl lying there on the floor behind his work desk. I am not a good body linguist, but I could tell that he was in a panic state, like he was caught red-handed doing something bad.

Then I finally saw it. He was actually covering his waist down, with the cloth of the work desk. He was leaning forwards so that I couldn't see his pants. And when I finally saw his pants, the buttons were undone and the zipper was down.

I kept talking about business and I was angry at him for not keeping to his words about my orders. But my anger was overshadowed by my disgust of what I have just caught them doing. I kept my cool, I gave him the look of disgust (my looks can kill, you know) and tried to get what I want across to him, as clearly, he is too busy to do the job that I gave him.

So, I put 2 and 2 together and I came up with this:

Whatever the hell that they are doing, I am pretty sure that were doing something together with their genitals.

Get a room.

Friday, May 7, 2010

Thank God I have a strong heart.

If I had a weak heart, I am pretty sure I would have been admitted to the intensive cardiac care unit today.

The day started with a sad news of a passing of my friend's grandma.

Then it proceeded to the excitement of my travel.

Then it was injected with the first unexpected element of surprise. The second came 2 hours later. And the third, completes the whole picture.

More surprises to come? Like a Blackberry perhaps?

Segan tersipu-sipu

Amboi, sangat canggih Ok tempat ini. OMG... sementara menunggu, aku kepingin benar menggunakan Mr DELL. Tapi kan daya, aku malu dowh....

Nanti takut orang tanya: "Hey anda, di manakah anda beli DELL yang sangat canggih itu?"

Takut tak leh nak jawap lak.

Nasib baik ada computer free with internet access. Boleh juga aku buang masa.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010


Even though 1Malaysia is all the rage right now, it is going to take forever to change the minds of Malaysian. I can definitely attest to that.

Many of us have been growing up in shells where we are afraid to explore something out of the norm. Afraid to be heard, afraid to try new things. We are comfortable in the same old, same old. We want the same taste in our mouths, the same language to be heard and spoken of, the same crowd to hang with.

Awww.... come on. Open up already.

Living abroad, away from my family, friends, my shell that I grew in, I am glad that I am not like the others. They say that it is hard to adapt. That the environment is inept. That there is nothing here to their likings.

But, if you allow yourself to be different, to be daring, to be new, you will think positively and see that there are so many things the outside world has to offer as compared to living in that "safe" shell.

Please, stop whining. Start moving.... your mind.

You are AMAZING. That is why I love you.

I know you won't believe me if I say this: Mr DELL has risen from the dead.

After 2 days of being in a coma, I decided to pull the wires off Mr DELL and let him rest in peace. But somehow, at the back of my head, I believed so much that he is still alive. We have been inseparable, therefore, why should we be apart now?

On the evening of the pseudo demise of Mr DELL, I gave him one last kiss. Now I truly believe that "the kiss of life" do exist. Mr DELL jumped back to life and stayed on with me until today.

Although, like most of my patients who suffered a stroke, Mr DELL is working with a slurred speech.

But who is complaining, eh?

Monday, May 3, 2010

Goodbye my friend. May you rest in peace. Amen.

It's been a good 5 years journey you and I had. We've been through many things together. The fights that I have online, the laughter that I shared across the net, the dances that you watched me do.... many things. Many memorable things. You have been with the whole family altogether for a good 11 years. Now, the time has come. You have to make a move. I have to survive without you.

As of 2nd of May 2010, Mr DELL has refused to be revived from his asystole. He passed on peacefully around 2200hours at 2901-P, Taman Golf.

You will be remembered for fighting it through till the end.

NOW, I have s SURE reason to get another lappy!

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Kasih abang

I got this mail from abc panas.

If only....


I have neighbors. On one side, there is this quiet Chinese family with their not so quiet pack of mutts that will bark only when they see strangers walking in front of their house. On the other side, there is this uber noisy Indian family that has dogs that will bark even at the sight of a speck of dust, and even worse, their owners are louder than the dogs most of the time.

The Indian family, the always, ALWAYS have rows in the family and let me tell you, they are definitely not shy to tell the world that their home is not a peaceful one. They will shout at each other, fighting outside the kitchen and all that. Especially the mother and her children. I have never heard the father raised his voice at all. In fact, I rarely see the father at home.

I am not one to be such a busy body in such affairs. I don't particularly care actually. But sometimes the noises are too loud, I feel like screaming at them back, wanting to tell them to shut the hell up! But today, I witnessed something really absurd. I think I witnessed an abuse.

It is rather acceptable for a mother to be angry to her teenage child. But as far as I remember, my mother does not lay her hands on her children when we have reached a certain age. All my mother does is just reprimand us with words and thoughts for us to think them through, which by the way, is much more effective.

Back to the scene that I saw today. At first I heard the regular rows between the mother and her daughter. Then I heard sounds of slaps and more screams. I peeked through my window and to my horror, I saw the mother using the pot to hit her daughter. And then I heard more slaps and I heard pail being thrown at someone. I think that is not reprimanding anymore, I think that is clear cut abuse.

As of the whole day after the incident today, I do not hear the daughter at all. She usually plays with the dogs in the evenings. I guess she locked herself after the incident.

Shall I call someone already?