Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Missing Moment

I do not know what I should write.
I do not know what feel I have inside my heart.
I am missing moments exactly one month ago.
This is so absurd.

a GIF(t) before Sleep

GIF(t) before sleep

My first animation ..
Fiuh, totally easy.
GIF now can laugh at me!
Thanks to Mbak Eka Dian, and some tips from web :D

Sunday, January 17, 2010

10 Pertanyaan soal Bule

1. Bule kentutnya kayak apa yah? bau keju?
2. Bule kalo makan, keringetan dan ingusan juga ga sih?
3. Bule suka makan masakan Padang ga yah?
4. Bule pernah ga sih ngupil trus taro di bawah meja?
5. Bule pernah kerokan ga yah?
6. Rambut halus di daerah privat nya Bule warna nya blonde juga yah?
7. Bule pake minyak kayu putih ga sih?
8. Bule tau ga sih apa itu Bule? Kalo kita ngomong 'eh ada bule ganteng' di luar negri, mereka ngeh ga?
9. Bahasa Inggris nya Bule apa sih?
10. Ada Bule bakal jawab ini ga yah?

Hee hee. :D

Mengutip perkataan salah satu guru native English gw, dlm bhs Indonesia: "orang Indonesia makan untuk mencari keringat (org Indo makan kan keringetan), sedangkan orang Bule berkeringat untuk mencari makan"


Note: Bule is (link)

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Why Women Spend Longer Time in Toilet Than Men

Ever wondering why Women spend longer time than Men? I found the answer here :

The Man's Strategy for Going to the Bathroom:

1) Walk slowly and proudly up to the bathroom, make sure everyone knows that is where you are headed. (Cowo jalan perlahan menuju toilet)

2) Enter the bathroom, and quickly check out the whole room (Masuk ke toilet dan ngecek seluruh ruangan)

3) Look for the right urinal. This is how to pick your urinal: There must be at least one urinal between you and the next closest person (on either side) to you, if this is not available, take the urinal next to the wall, beside a 'safe looking' male. If this is also not available, glance at stalls, or leave bathroom, and return later, to get the right spot. (Ngecek urinal/bilik yg paling tepat, seenggaknya ada space 1 urinal dgn org lain, atau urinal di sebelah tembok aja)

4) If proper urinal is available, approach urinal swiftly, looking straight ahead, never turning eyes or head. Another approach is to look at the floor, feet are always good as well. (Kalo uda dpt urinal yg tepat, jgn nengok kanan kiri)

5) Undo pants, relieve yourself as quickly as possible, keep head looking down (or eyes closed and head held looking up) this way no one will think you are trying to check them out. (Buka seleting)

6) Shake it off, put it back in your pants. (pipiss)
** Note Steps 7 and 8 are optional, but recommended in 45 of the 50 states.

7) Wash hands. (Cuci tangan)

8) Attempt to dry hands. Look to see if a blow dryer or paper towel dispenser is close by. If not, your clothes will do just fine as a towel. (Berusaha mengeringkan tangan)

9) Exit bathroom, do NOT look back, you didn't forget anything. (Keluar toilet)

10) Check to see if your female companion has exited the bathroom before you, although highly unlikely, you must check anyway. (Cek temen cw/ pacar uda keluar dari toiletnya belom)

11) Wait patiently for her return, remember to NOT say things like, "Wow, what took you so long." (Nunggu sabar temen cw ny keluar)


................. COMPARE WITH THIS !!! .............


A Women's Strategy for Going to the Bathroom:

1) Enter bathroom, and start checking each stall, but do NOT check the first one, first one is bad luck, even if tests prove that it's always the cleanest. Look to see what stall is the nicest looking, deciding only after checking every available stall. (Masuk ke toilet, cek semua bilik nya)

2) Decide which is the cleanest stall, and try to get to it before that other bitch who entered when you did. (Pilih bilik yang paling bersih, masuk sebelom cw laen masuk)

3) Mutter "Slut" under breath, when she grabs the stall you wanted, and make a run for the one you wanted, or that skank who entered after you will get it. (Waspada jgn sampai bilik pilihannya di serobot org lain)

4) Hang jacket and purse on hooks on door. (Gantung jaket/ tas)

5) Take some toilet paper and wipe the seat, pretending you can wipe off all germs. (Ambil kertas toilet atau lap klosetnya dgn cairan anti bakteri yg tersedia)

6) Line toilet seat with toilet paper! Germs are bad! (Taro kertas toiletnya di sekeliling kloset)

7) Start to take off all layers of required clothing, be sure nothing rests on the ground! Use all other hooks available if needed. (Perhatiin, jgn sampe ada barang2 yang tergeletak di lantai)

8) Sit down on toilet seat very lightly, as not to disturb layer of paper between you and the seat. Germs are bad! (Pelan2 duduknya, soalnya kan ada kertas toilet di atas klosetnya)

9) Relax and let the flow go, but make sure your still sitting lightly, because the paper on the seat can't move, or you'll get germs! (Relax, duduknya ga usah gerak2)

10) Start to dispense the required amount of toilet paper from the roll. Fold into neat rectangle, and wipe all drips, very careful to not get germs from the seat! (Ambil tisu toilet, dilipet2 jadi persegi trus lap deh)

11) Toss soiled toilet paper into toilet while standing up, watch out for the germs! (Buang tisu toilet nya segera)

12) Start to put back on the 27 layers of clothing you were wearing, make sure it looks exactly like it did when you entered bathroom. (Mulai pake jaket2nya, perhiasan, tas nya yang tadi digantung)

13) Put all toilet paper lining seat into toilet. (Buang kertas toilet di klosetnya)

14) Flush. (Flush dehh)

15) Grab jacket and purse while unlocking door. (Keluar dari bilik toiletnya)

16) Walk to sink, and turn on tap. (Ke washtafel)

17) Put hands under running water for at least 10 seconds. (Cuci tangan kira-kira 10 detik)

18) Lather up with lots of soap, and be sure to get anywhere on hands that was exposed to germs! (Pakein sabun)

19) Rinse soap off hands under water for another 10 seconds. (Bilas tangannya pake air lagi)

20) Look for paper towel, if there is none, mumble under breath, and stick hands under blow dryer for 4 minutes. NEVER WIPE HANDS ON CLOTHING! Make your move to counter/mirror section. (Keringin tangannya)

21) Put jacket to side, blocking that skank who was trying to get your stall from coming next to you, and make sure your as far away as possible from that bitch who took your stall.

22) Scoff at the way the bitch who took your stall looks. Her make-up is all wrong!

23) Spread out contents of purse on counter.

24) Touch up already perfect make-up, for no reason, be sure to take at least 2 minutes doing this. (Touch up make-up duluu)

25) Organize objects when putting back in purse, a messy purse is bad! (Balikin dan rapiin tuh alat2 make-up nya ke dompet make-up)

26) Put on jacket, laugh to self at that skank who wanted your stall her clothes are gross.

27) Walk out of bathroom, tossing head at the skank who is still putting make-up on, and make sure you gasp when the bitch who took your stall scoffs at you. (Keluar toilet)

28) Find boyfriend outside, wonder how he gets done so fast ... You were really quick this time! (Ketemu deh sama cowonyaaa)

Source: FemaleRestrooms

My Name Statistic!

My Name Statistic!


Christmas with Strangers

First of all, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Sorry for the late greetings.
In 2009, I had Christmas on an airplane!
I was going to Japan and I opened the present from my mom in the air. :)



Quite simple, and I lost the meaning of Christmas, in fact.
Because every year I spend most of my Christmas in the church, play performance, go with my church friends, and family.
In this year, I busy up my life with internship and classes.
At the moment, I miss all those times. Times where I spend in church.
But my friend said: Give thanks to what I have. I still have time to involve myself in church.
Japan, a place where I never imagine I will go there.
In my mind, Japan is a country with expensive things to buy.
But hey, God (via my mom and dad) gave the opportunity to visit Japan.
In 6 nights 7 days, I felt the culture differences although Indonesia and Japan is still in Asia.
Here, I do not have time to describe it all. Haha!
Basically, I enjoyed those days, but ........... I didn't enjoy the shopping!
I kept some of money, afraid I would lose money before I got home. Lol
1 Yen = IDR 100 . A very simple T-Shirt cost 1.000 Yen. Fiiiuuuh.
Surprisingly, I still have like about 20.000 Yen when I got home! HUUUAAHH.


Last, I wanna go back to Japan someday!

P.S: I will give some of funny things I know about Japan. (someday, here)