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Monday, September 14, 2009
la fin. 1:41 AM

reason why i started blogging.
i started off blogging at the age of 14
a time when i was once young and foolish
thinking that a blog would be the perfect 'wonderland' needed
to express my anger and frustration against my parents.
where no apologies needed to be made
nor judgement made by anyone on what i writes.

it was my darkest phase of my life.

then when blogging began to gain popularity over the years
a whole new definition of a blog was reached.
i was blogging more 'happy' post than ever
trying to be cute and what not..
with the intention to bring in more readers
gain some extra attention from friends
giving others false impression of whom i was.

it was the time that i crave for love.

these days my posts render mostly about life and experiences
it started out enjoyable and fun
but over a period of time
i realise that i was reserving parts of my feelings
my thoughts and perception.
blogging seems pointless at times
and it has become a burden to bear.

i felt handicapped.

i don't really know for sure if i'm going continue to blog anymore.
or whether if i can blog as freely as i first started off.

thus i'm putting an end to this blog.
or should i say starting out fresh somewhere else.


Thursday, July 16, 2009
wat's up doc? 4:36 PM


Did you know that rabbits are native creatures to australia?

apparently, a litter of rabbits was first introduced into this land during 1880 in victoria.
they were bred as food, a delicacy that have always been a favourite to the Brits.
however, over the years these notorious rabbits have undergo population explosion which lead to the current overpopulation across the land.

in fact, they have become such a problem that farmers have consider it as a serious pest.
in other means these rabbits, may be responsible for the destruction of the many wildlife habitats and the extinction of many native plants and animals here.
rabbits often kill young trees in orchards, exposing the soil to wind, heat and rain.
erosion take places changing the quality of the soil which is not suitable for the growth of any plants.
native creature loses their source of food and dies out too.

during part of my journey to ayers rock, i've met this tour guide whose job for the past 15 years was to hunt down and kill all the rabbits and dingoes in the allocated region of his station.
for every 7th ear of the dingo/rabbit collected, he'll earn himself a bottle of beer.
oh by the way, people here drink lots.

personally, i find it really funny.
i would not normally think that these innocent little furballs could possibly cause any damage to the environment.


*picture by MimmoC 2009.


Saturday, July 11, 2009
8:48 PM


Found this cute little postcard when I was on my
trip in a aboriginal art gallery in Alice Springs!

Guess how many animals are there?! :D


Wednesday, July 8, 2009
1:52 PM

Q : Guess where and guess what?!
*Just came back from AS and planning to do some
major sleeping now. Will blog more about it later.


Sunday, June 28, 2009
10:56 AM

the passing of the King of Pop
for the past 48 hours
have affected so many people in so many ways.
some people have been mourning and crying over his tragic death,
while the others went down onto the floor and started
to dance and cheer for the end of his sufferings.

His songs have break through so many barriers between people
in the hope to reduce the act of discriminating
and to pursue fair treatment and fair rights for all.
Nonetheless, he had also brought so much joy and entertainment
to this world
through his music.

we will always love you MJ.


Saturday, June 6, 2009
5:42 PM

I know it's annoying to find no updates for the past 16 days.
but pls bare with me coz i'll be back shortly
in a month time.


Tuesday, May 19, 2009
beans 11:59 PM


randomly came across this comic.
and found it really cute.
with a hint of humour.