I'm Not Fat... I'm Pregnant...

>> Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Erm well, finally went for a checkup yesterday. We had already done the home pregnancy test about a couple of weeks ago and it was quite a strong positive for an early stage. I've been sick for almost a week now so it's time to tell the management of my new office. I wonder how they would react, since we only have 5 and a half female staff in the entire department.

Yeah, I have started to raid my closet for my old pregnancy pants. I can't wear normal jeans anymore. They just not comfortable. I also bought a pair of pregnancy jeans that have one of those kangaroo pouches in the front LOL. Hey, whatever works!

8 weeks pregnant

How your baby's growing

The tiny tail is disappearing and so many changes have taken place that your baby has changed from an embryo and is now officially a fetus. This is the critical stage when your baby's organs are forming. Read more information on your baby's development this week.

The baby is now constantly moving and shifting, though you won't be able to feel anything for several weeks. The arms have grown and the hands are now flexed at the wrists and meet over the heart. The legs are lengthening and the feet may be long enough to meet in front of the body. It's still almost impossible to tell whether you're going to have a boy or a girl - although reading old wives' tales for predicting gender can be fun.

How your life's changing

Though you're unlikely to have gained much weight, parts of you are certainly growing, like your breasts. Less obvious is the increase in your blood volume but by the end of pregnancy, you'll have 45 to 50 per cent more blood running through your veins to meet the demands of your baby. The extra demands on your circulation can make you prone to varicose veins and piles - read our self-help suggestions to help prevent problems developing.


Surviving Zombie Attacks for Dummies

>> Friday, April 24, 2009

OMG OMG! I have actually found an entire community seriously dedicated to survive Zombie attacks. LOL. I mean, and I thought I was crazy for obsessing so much about Z-attacks and what to, where to go, how to survive... that kind of thing. Yeah, it's kind or surreal and funny when you think of it, but better safe than sorry, right?

Visit the LiveJournal community here... The Dead Have Risen, How Do You Stay Alive?


  1. Organize Before They Rise.
  2. They Feel No Fear, Why Should You?
  3. Use Your Head: Cut Off Theirs.
  4. Blades Don't Need Reloading.
  5. Ideal Protection= Tight Clothes, Short Hair.
  6. Get Up The Staircase, Then Destroy It.
  7. Get Out Of The Car, Get Onto A Bike.
  8. Keep Moving, Keep Low, Keep Quiet, Keep Alert!
  9. No Place Is Safe, Only Safer.
  10. The Zombie May Be Gone, But The Threat Lives On.
- Max Brooks, "The Zombie Survival Guide"

I have always wondered this... Were would I go to protect myself from Zombies? I mean the concept in Dawn of the Dead was pretty cool, assuming that the attacks start in the morning and the shopping complex was closed during the night. There's still the security guards and loading guys who have turned to worry about, but it's relatively minimal. Hmmmm.

Where would you guys go to??


Rainy Day - Guster (Life as a House OST)

I will dig a hole
save my pennies for a rainy day
I will dig a hole
savin' pennies for a rainy day
I'm not scared

I will build a wall
sensin' trouble from a mile away
I will build a wall
saw it comin' from a mile away
I'm not scared
I'm not scared

try, wearin' your insides out
I don't even try
I know I have seen the best I'll have
I don't even try

I will just play dumb
I won't hear a single word that's said
and I will bite my tongue
never sing another song again
I'm not scaredI'm not scared

Try, wearin' my insides out
I don't even try
I know I have seen the best I'll have
I don't even try
Never been one to take my chances
I don't even try

Clouds are comin'
Air gets heavy
Looks like trouble on a rainy day
Sun starts sinkin'
Can't see my shadow
Looks like trouble on a rainy day
Holes uncovered
Walls will crumble
All spells trouble on a rainy day

I just can't find anywhere to download this track. I love it so much! The movie was awesome too.


I am a Tweet-in'

>> Thursday, April 23, 2009

Yes, I have unfortunately jumped on the on the Tweeter band wagon. We'll see how long this lasts. If you're on Twitter too, just add me. I'll add you back ^_^ . It's so boring and defeats the entire purpose when you don't have friends to add.


Feeling sick. Don't really wanna post much. Had to come in during the day today because I missed a day of T2 training last week. At least I have another ponteng buddy, Ian. Thankfully we both "co-incidentally" did not attend training on the same day. Had to complete Control Questions and had interview later on that with the Czech guys. I swear the Linux guy looks exactly like South Park's Jesus. I think that every time I see him LOL. But he's a nice guy. And the other one too, eventhough he is built like a rugby player and makes me me feel literally very small standing next to him when I was trying to draw diagrams for Centralized Updates LOL

Urrrrgh! 3 hours, 45 minutes to go...


First 3s....

>> Tuesday, April 21, 2009

This is the first night I am doing:

1 - night shift in a looooong time
2 - 12 hour shift (and not split shift)
3 - Tier-2 emails

So far, the first 2 aren't so bad. Well, it's only past 12 right now. Ask me again in 5 hours. But number 3? I hate logs. I curse them to pits of damnation. I hate anything related to Remote Admin, especially RA logs.

I am going to go and watch Supernatural now. Unnnnh!



>> Friday, April 17, 2009

Thanks to Sheri for giving me these awards...

Oh, and now I have to list 5 things that are sexy about me...
1 - My personality LOL
2 - My big butt. I disagree with this but my hubby really likes it so...
3 - Erm, my freakishly tiny hands?
4 - My freakishly tiny ears
5 - My OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) LMAO

I don't really think I'm sexy. At least, until I put on my expensive lingerie and stilettos *RAWR*

I can't even ride a bicyle to save my life, let alone a vespa but hey! It's the thought that counts!

I'm passing both the awards to:


And whoever else who wants it. Go ahead and grab it!


American Idol: Songs From the Cinema Night & RESULT

Since I missed posting about AI yesterday, and since most people already know by now, I might as well post both the review and result together. Erm, it helps to conserve the environment and all that LOL

Quentin Tarantino is the guest mentor this week? Hmmm. I imagined the worst thing that could possibly happen and all I could see was Danny Gokey in a yellow jumpsuit and Anoop Desai performing with a samurai sword. *SHUDDER* Thank god there was none of that nonsense. To be fair, Tarantino has been a guest judge before and he was not that bad. Kinda.

David Cook sang this song last year and he won the American Idol. Proof of good things to come for 16-year old Alison? Simon even said that she was the girls' last chance at the finals. I loved the performance BTW. I think she could have gone all out and did way better, but it was not a bad performance at all.

Safe. Kind of nice actually but I don't think America will like it as much. See you in the bottom 3!

Oh dear. He's back to his screeching ways again. And just as I was about to like him too. It was a good performance, and his vocals is non-arguably top notch as always. Some might like it crazy but I prefer a more sedate Glambert, thank you very much.

This started out quite nice. Then it all went downhill. What did QT say to Matt??

QT is a fan of Danny Gokey, yeay! The man has impeccable taste. He had said that he wanted to see the emotions coming from Danny's eyes when he's singing the song. Ah, that must be why Danny was not wearing any glasses. I can never say anything about The Gokey unless it's to sing his praise so I'll just stick to how vulnerable he looked on stage and how much I heart him. Go go Gokey!

Huh? I'll be honest and say that it was pretty decent and heartfelt. I guess out of the thousands of songs that he could choose from, he stuck to his guts and chose an obsecure number from some movie I've never even heard of. Kudos for that. I still fell asleep by the time he got to the chorus though.

Can this woman do any worse? I guess not. I did not like anything about the performance. Half the time I was trying to block her out. And the talking back?? No, Paula, it is not OK for he to do that, especially when she was the one who was in the wrong. Listen to Simon! He may be a pain in the a** but he knows his sh**.

Top 2: Alison, Danny
Bottom 2: Lil, Matt



Anoop, Lil and Matt are in the bottom 3. Honestly, I think that Anoop already know his days are numbered. He's just trying to make sure he does not suck too much before he gets the boot.

Anoop is safe.

Lil is safe. What??!!!

Matt got the lowest number of votes. It's a cosnpiracy I tell you!

Matt sings for his life. The judges used the Judges' Save on him. Yeay! Next week 2 contestants will be sent home. Bummer.


Sick.. Sicker... Sickest!

>> Thursday, April 16, 2009

I am soooo not feeling well. I want to take unpaid leave for a month. Or more. At least until all the shit has blown over. *SIGH*

I wish!

Syakirah is sick with chicken pox too. Poor thing. Covered in spots from head, to almost her baby toe. I am struggling to take care of myself and her at the same time.

Too much crap. Too little time. I think I'm going to go throw up right now...


Turn on the lights...

>> Tuesday, April 14, 2009

I had a strange and elaborated dream last night, like all my dreams usually are... when I'm not being haunted by long haired ghost chicks wearing flower patterned baju kurung, but I digress. The part I think I will share is the part where I dreamt that Adam Lambert came to Malaysia for a showcase and sang only 1 song! Oh, and he was not very friendly at all. I blame this segment of my dream on the radio station Hitz.FM for keep on repeating how awesome David Archuletta's showcase on Saturday was. It's not like I didn't try to get the tickets! I even made Baybe promise to come with me in case I get to go. That didn't happen, of course.

Anyways, my house is being renovated for the next 2 months. We are practically squatting at the front portion of the house. The kitchen, bathroom, Mama's room has all been torn down. We're even showering in a makeshift bathroom that consists of wood planks and canvas *SOB*. I bring my brother Ayeen's BB gun(?) with me when I go. I swear if anybody tries to take a peek, I am armed and will not hesitate to shoot!

As if that wasn't Survivor style enough, about 4am I woke up to see our entire street without electrity. Awwww, man. I showered in freezing water and dressed in candlelight to get to work today. I feel very in touch with my roots now.

Ooooh. Training room is very quiet now. Better get back to posting later.



David Archuletta's Video Blog about Kuala Lumpur

>> Friday, April 10, 2009

Can you blame the guy?I think I must have shattered an ear drum while watching the video of him arriving in KLIA. I will protect you people by not posting any here. You can easily Google it up.

Just think. 10 years ago and that would have been me there at the airport. *SIGH*


American Idol: The Year You Were Born Night RESULT

It was about time that America finally put the poor guy out of his misery. Except, that he looked kind of sad to leave... My estrogen will now kick in and I will say stuff like... "Why didn't they use the judges' save on him?"

I've been tough on Scott for weeks. I mean he certainly has moved mountains with in spite of disability, but gee whiz, there really are more talented contestants that deserve to stay who don't have any personal tragedies to help them through.

Danny Gokey is an exception, mmmkay!!! He has not mentioned any deceased relatives lately even though his grandfather passed very recently. He could have played it up. Shed a tear or two on stage. Or dedicate his late grandfather's favourite song on during a performance. But my Gokey did not do that so please, stop doubting his credibilty. He can sing! And dance the salsa. And has an adorable, squinchy smile. And sing! No doubt about that.

Woops! Sorry to take the focus away from you, Scott. Anyways, the only other thing that hit me is why did they bother turning him towards the big screen during his farewell montage? I guess it would be kind of akward if he was the only one still facing the judges if somebody forgot to guide him where to turn LOL. Okay, that was mean.

What is up with my hormones today???!!!


Idol Contestants Signature Dance Moves

>> Thursday, April 9, 2009

Okay, I just saw this on Rickey.org, my absolute favourite site out there at the moment for all the Idol news. I have no choice but to share it here.

Danny doing the salsa is seven kind of awesome! Yeah, shake those hips, Gokey!

Anoop is a total geek. Yeay!

Kris is... fine. Kris was adorable in that clip. But this is the only time you'll hear me say that.

Adam makes a skank-y face. LOL. You show them, girlfriend!

Scott, erm. Isn't it against a safety code somewhere for him to do that?


American Idol: The Year You Were Born Night

And so this night shall also be called "The Night I Switched My Allegiance to Become a Glambert Fan". *SOB* I am still a Gokey girl at heart, just having an infidelity moment since last night's show. Moving on...

Danny Gokey (1980) - Mickey Gilley’s version of “Stand By Me”
I'll be honest. I was no "What Hurts The Most". I blame it on the arrangement. My Gokey can do waaay better than that. AI producers, hire better help, please. You're making my baby look bad out there!

Kris Allen (1985) - Don Henley’s “All She Wants To Do Is Dance”
Kris have slipped to obsecure-dom again. Still looks like he unhinges his jaw everytime he sings. Sorry.

Lil Rounds (1984) - Tina Turner’s “What’s Love Got To Do With It?”
Love the orginal song. Can never get out of my head once I hear it. Lil singing it? Nuh-uh. Me no like. Oh, and the hair! The hair! Sack the stylist ASAP. Now Lil's been having a few weeks worth of bad performances. I'm starting to doubt that she's the same person I rooted for during audition. And what's the attitude when the judges are giving their comments? She's so getting the boot if I had my way.

Anoop Desai (1986) - Cyndi Lauper’s “True Colors”
Safe song to sing. The 'Noop Dog did not bring his game on. I am dissapointed. His days are numbered, but not before Lil Rounds, of course.

Scott MacIntyre (1985) - Survivor’s “The Search is Over”
Is there any contestant that is more irrelevant to me than Scott? Let me check. No. I can't decide who I want to see leave first, Scott or Lil.

Allison Iraheta (1992) - Bonnie Raitt’s “I Can’t Make You Love Me”
The only non-80s baby. Allison is just... awesome. She is very talented and yet remain underrated in the competiton. Maybe it's the red hair? The fact that she's still not legal? Either way, I like this girl more and more as each week goes by.

Matt Giraud (1985) - Stevie Wonder’s “Part Time Lover”
I really enjoyed this performance! Matt got to show his funkier side and in spite of the hat, he is vocally way better than JT. One of my Top 3 performance of the night.

Adam Lambert (1982) - Tears For Fears’ “Mad World” (1982)
Oh. My. God. If you're not in tears after watching this then you must be a heartless b****! J/K!!! It was just so good. Dare I say it.. definitely in the same league as Fantasia Barrino's Summertime. Did Simon give Fantasia a standing ovation? Well, he gave it to Adam. Embrace the Glambert, yall!!!

Top 2:
Adam Lambert
Matt Giraud
(Danny Gokey - mwahahaha! I am so biased ^_^ )

Bottom 2:
Lil Rounds
Scott Macintyre


American Idol: The Year You Were Born night PREVIEW (yeay for Live Blogging!)

>> Wednesday, April 8, 2009

OMG! OMG! Danny is singing Stand By Me! I'm watching it right now on Rickey.org. He is so awesome. Danny Gokey is the next American Idol! Go go Gokey!

But, Adam is singin Gary Jules' Mad World, which have frankly changed my life since I saw that kiwi bird animation. Ahhh. I will not switch teams, darn you, Glambert!

Ooooh baby pictures! I am going to eat Danny Gokey alive. Betcha he'd have too cute babies. *cough*cough*

List of contestants and songs:

Adam Lambert - Mad World
Matt Giraud - Part-Time Lover
Allison Iraheta -- I Can't Make You Love Me
Scott MacIntyre -- The Search is Over
Anoop Desai - True Colors
Lil Rounds - What's Love Got To Do With It
Kris Allen - All She Wants To Do Is Dance
Danny Gokey - Stand By Me

I must watch this! S***w training! Mwahahahaha!


I just saw Adam Lambert singing Mad World. Forgive me, team Gokey. Embrace the Glambert y'all! Simon Cowell gave him a standing ovation? Woooo hoooo!


Yasmin Ahmad's "Funeral" (no she's not dead, it's her new commercial-lah)

>> Monday, April 6, 2009

I've always loved her work. This commercial is just one of the example of her keen observation of the beauty that is the human spirit.

"... (it is) little imperfections that make them perfect for you"


X-Men Origins: Wolverine REVIEW

I saw the movie on Saturday. *cough*cough* Don't ask, don't tell concept applies. Anyways.. moving on.

Which was your favorite X-Men movie? If your answer was X-Men III: Last Stand (what is wrong with you??! J/K!), then this movie might be up your alley. If you are like me, however, and prefer the earlier 2 movies in the trilogy directed by Bryan Singer, then you might find this movie a tad disappointing. Don't get me wrong. It's still pretty awesome as far as action movies go but if you're a fan of the original comic series, you'll be left with this gaping, unfulfilled feeling in your gut.


First of all, there is so many double crossings done that 'blink and you'll miss' the latest conspiracy. Oh, and Logan has a half-brother (in case you didn't know), Victor Creed, who will be known later as Sabertooth even though we did not see a continuation of this in the first X-Men movie, but I digress.

For the next five minutes, approximately, and through the opening credits we see the 2 brothers in various wars over the years (civil war, Normandy invasion - *waves to Tom Hanks passing by in the background trying to save Ryan's privates*, etc). We notice how both the brothers just don't die no matter how they are stabbed or shot. Oh, his half-brother heals too! Go figure.

Next scene we see a bunch of mutants on a plane to do some dark government mission. We are first introduced to Wade Wilson (a.k.a. Deadpool), Barnell Bohusk (a.k.a. Beak), David North (a.k.a. Agent Zero) and Frederick J. Dukes (a.k.a. The Blob, pre-Blob at this point in the movie). If you're a fan of any of these characters, cherish this moment. They hardly ever show up for the rest of the movie.

After a sorry excuse of an argument later, Logan walks off into the night. Little did he know that that would be the trigger for the disbandment of the team.

Now, what's a man who can heal and have retractable claws would do for a living when not running around in yellow spandex? Become a lumberjack, of course! Without getting into too much details (I mean, literally, this was not explained in the movie at all), Logan is nicely shacked up with a hot brunette, Kayla. Tsk. We just know that she is going to die so that Logan can "become the animal," don't we?

Kayla dies. He goes on a path to become a beast, including to accept Stryker's offer. The procedure looks really painful. I will never complain about going the dentist again! Stryker wanted to erase his memories, unleashing the animal within. Oh, I forgot to mention that he got new dog tags, did I? Silly me. Apparently it has something to do with the stories his deceased girlfriend told him about a wolf and the moon.

To cut a long and unnecessarily complex story short, Wolverine returned to the island with the only mutant to have ever escaped the facility, Remy LeBeau (a.k.a. Gambit). Turns out that his dead girlfriend isn't dead after all and was involved with The Conspiracy from the beginning. This plot sounds vaguely familiar. Hmmmm.

An epic battle between Wolverine and Weapon XI ensues. Very twilight zone, the weapon I mean.

2 things about the ending got me excited.

1 - Cameo by Professor Xavier, minus wheelchair. I am still smarting over the fact the killed him in The Last Stand just to make room for Storm too be the new principal. Just because Jean-Luc does not look as good in a bikini!

2 - Ah, so that's how he lost his memories. Adamantium bullets. Very well explained.

Go catch the movie in theaters this April 29th people and let me know what you think. Unless of course, you've already seen it too *wink*wink*nudge*nudge*


Always going to be another mountain, always going to want to make it move

>> Friday, April 3, 2009

I'm not really fan of Miley Cyrus/Hannah Montana. Just couldn't see what the big deal was about... but I heard this song on the radio while I was driving back from work yesterday. I was just a mess about my whole situation right now. Still am. I burst right into tears during the chorus. I think this song might have changed my life.

Ya Allah, please help me make the right decision.

I'm trying so hard not to cry in the office right now. I think the new Czech supervisor, the infamous Venko, might just snap my head off if he sees me cry while on emails. I hear he's a bit of an ass.

I can almost see it
That dream I'm dreaming but
There's a voice inside my head sayin,
You'll never reach it,
Every step I'm taking,
Every move I make feels
Lost with no direction
My faith is shaking but I
Got to keep trying
Got to keep my head held high

There's always going to be another mountain
I'm always going to want to make it move
Always going to be an uphill battle,
Sometimes I'm gonna to have to lose,
Ain't about how fast I get there,
Ain't about what's waiting on the other side
It's the climb

The struggles I'm facing,
The chances I'm taking
Sometimes might knock me down but
No I'm not breaking
I may not know it
But these are the moments that
I'm going to remember most yeah
Just got to keep going
And I,
I got to be strong
Just keep pushing on, cause

There's always going to be another mountain
I'm always going to want to make it move
Always going to be an uphill battle,
Sometimes I'm gonna to have to lose,
Ain't about how fast I get there,
Ain't about what's waiting on the other side
It's the climb (yeah)

There's always going to be another mountain
I'm always going to want to make it move
Always going to be an uphill battle,
Sometimes you going to have to lose,
Ain't about how fast I get there,
Ain't about what's waiting on the other side
It's the climb (yeah yeah ea ea)

Keep on moving
Keep climbing
Keep the faith baby
It's all about
It's all about
The climb
Keep the faith
Keep your faith

Whoa a oh oh


American Idol: Top Downloads Night RESULT

Ahhh. So that is how the American Idol contestants spend the rest of the week. For a select few, it's good practice for them on how to deal with their impending stardom. For the rest, it's probably the most they'll get a taste of it, so they should enjoy while they can. Don't look so surprised, Adam.

Seriously, a quadruple chocolate just for surviving an elimination? Man, it's so nice to be Scott Macintyre.

What is with the tacky attempt to show us how much the contestants have bonded with all those poor impersonations? I was not amused... much. And I almost swear that that wasn't me you heard laughing while Baybe was paying the McDonald's delivery guy for our dinner. Nuh-uh.

Those evil people at American Idol thought it would be funny to separate all of the contestants in group of 3s and say that one of those groups is the bottom 3...

Group 1: Kris, Matt and Megan
Group 2: Adam, Lil and Allison
Group 3: Scott, Danny and Anoop

My money is on Group 1. Not such a big fan of Kris anyways.

What? That was just a cheap gimmick to scare us? I am utterly shocked at this unforseen turn of event! *SNORT*

David Cook performed his new single, Come Back To Me and accept a platinum plaque from Ryan. I can actually sense him giving Simon the finger mentally. Hah!

Bottom 3: Allison Iraheta (Again?!! What is up with that), Anoop Desai *SOB*, Megan Joy.

Lady Gaga sings Poker Face on the piano. Wow! She still freaks me out a little, but wow! Music starts and somebody pulls her off the stool and she starts dancing. Does this woman ever wears pants?

Megan Joy is eliminated. I seriously doubt the judges would save her.

I was right. Chirpy Megan has flitted off the competition. Eh, Megs, see you later at our usual mamak, mmmkay?


American Idol: Top Downloads Night

>> Thursday, April 2, 2009

First of all, go me! I finally managed to watch American Idol on the same night it was showing on Star World. It took a combination of skill, craftiness and intense plotting... in other words, we skipped training yesterday. Oh well. If Baha, the trainer, comes to me today with an evil glint in his eyes, at least I knew I died for a worthy cause.

And what a worthy cause it was! Top Downloads night? Did they mean legally downloaded tracks or...? *cough*cough* Anyways, as always, I already read the live blogging while at work so I already had a good idea what to expect.

First up was Anoop Dog. Now he's had a pretty decent couple of weeks. Since Simon's comment on his performance being a bit boring last week, this week he decided to go for something more erm, funky? Oh Anoop, sweetie. He sang Usher's Caugh Up, which was pretty okay as far as it goes, but not exactly a power house vocal number, y'know? Song choices, song choices. It's already the Top 9 after all.

Next up was Megan Joy. And although her quirks usually brings me joy (hah!), her performance last night was anything but joyous. And the pants? I just didn't like 'em. Singing Turn Your Lights Down Low, originally sung by the late Bob Marley and later by my favorite female vocalist of all time, Lauryn Hill, it just sounded pretty nasal to me. Sorry, Megs. I still adore you, though. We'll catch up at a 24-hour mamak stall somewhere once you get the boot, mmkay?

Oh! Oh! Oh!!!!! I can get an orgasm just listening to Danny Gokey singing this song. He sang What Hurt The Most by Rascal Flats and it was such an emotional performance, I ache all over again for the loss of his wife. Screw pity votes, his performance alone is enough to get this man to the finals. Oh, and did I ever mention how much I heart how he looks in clothes? Not that I mind him without... but what I really mean is I just like my men meaty. Mmmm. Look at that a**! Who cares if Simon calls his dancing clumsy and amateurish. Shake it, Gokey!

Allison Iraheta, one of my personal top 3, sang No Doubt's Don't Speak. In all fairness, she performed as well as she always does. Why did the judges, minus Paula, had to keep on commenting on her clothes? Haven't they ever heard of Harajuku before? Sheeesh! You're one to talk, Simon!

I honestly mean it when I say that I have nothing against Scott MacIntyre, but really, there are more talented contestants. I will admit though, that his rendition of Billy Joel's Just The Way You Are is not bad. But like I said (I feel like a broken record, please put me out of my misery in doing this every week, America), if it wasn't because of the "challenges he has overcome", I doubt he would get this far.

Matt Giraud. Matty, Matty.. I like this guy. He's quite the underdog but lately I've been paying attention to him in a big way. I mean, You Found Me by The Fray is a cool song. I suppose Matt might even have a mancrush on Coldplay's Chris Martin, evident in the way he dresses, but this genre is just not for him.

Singing I Surrender by Celine Dion, is Lil Rounds. Not feelin' the hair. I don't agree with the song choice. What is up with these people? You'd think that they would have learnt their lesson on this by now. *SIGH*

My heart skips a beat when Ryan announced that Adam Lambert was next. I have developed a crush on him since his non-screeching performance last week. Just to prove a point, he slicked his hair back again for this week's performance. Mmmm. Yeay for LamKey lovin'! Singing Play That Funky Music by Wild Cherry, that white boy was awesome-ly funky! Oh, dear. There goes my sanity LOL

The Top spot of the night goes to Kris Allen with Ain’t No Sunshine by Bill Withers. It was a good performance. Methinks he really needs a shave. I am still not moved by his boyish looks.

Top 2:

  • Danny Gokey
  • Adam Lambert
Bottom 2:
  • Megan 'No more' Joy
  • Anoop Dog *SOB*


"Do I need a computer to use your software?"

>> Wednesday, April 1, 2009

A bunch of IT Helpdesk jokes to cheer you up on April's Fool. Or at least make you appreciate just how awesome your work really is - yeah, right! LOL

Customer: "The install fails half way through. I tried several times, and it always fails at the same point."
Tech Support: "Did you see any kind of error message?"
Customer: "Yes."
Tech Support: "What did the error message say?"
Customer: "It said, 'Please insert Disk 2.'"
Tech Support: "Have you got another disk there?"
Customer: "Yes."
Tech Support: "Is it labelled 'Disk 2'?"
Customer: "Yes, it is."
Tech Support: "Insert that disk into the drive, and click 'OK'."
Customer: "Wow, thanks! That's fixed it. It's installing now. What was it, a faulty disk or something?"

Tech Support: "No, sir...clicking on 'Remember Password' will NOT help you remember your password."

Received by email:

Dear Creater of this good game, I like your game and I wish I could play it more but I can't. I could play it just fine the very first times I tried. But now I cant cause I put in a name and password it loads like for 5 minutes then a BRRIINNNK noise pops my speakers and a word thing popped up and said something wierd like Operation Collapsed or something like that. Please write me back!!!

Tech Support: "What version of Windows are you running?"
Customer: "I got the computer in 2003, so I think it's a Windows 2003. Or maybe it's a Windows 2004? I got it late in the year."
Tech Support: "Um, ok."
Customer: "Is that wrong?"
Tech Support: "No, no, that sounds about right. Tell me, would you know what service pack you have for that?"
Customer: "Well, when I got to the register, the young man who rang me up said was about the 5th person to buy it. So it might be service pack 5."

Customer: "How much do Windows cost?"
Tech Support: "Windows costs about $100."
Customer: "Oh, that's kind of expensive. Can I buy just one window?"

Customer: "Hi, I'd like to buy a virus."
Shop assistant: "You really don't want a virus on your computer. What you need is anti-virus software."
Customer: "No, my son told me I need a virus, and that's what I'd like."
Shop assistant: "No worries. You don't need to buy a virus -- you can just connect to the internet and download one."

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