Thursday, April 27, 2006

Daily Mail: Dr Bubbles Denies Having The Hots for Siti

Kuala Lumpur - 27 April
What started out as a seemingly innocent " fun fair " trip has become a hot potato for clowning sensation Dr Bubbles and diva Siti Nurhaliza. The Malay media have gone to town with the story, implying that the “romantic liaison” has resulted in a love triangle. To end the rumours, Dr Bubbles whose real name is Dr Bubbles bin Bubblay, has offered to apologise to Siti and her "might-be-yes-might-be-not" Datuk K.

Dr Bubbles found himself the subject of controversy after he spoke in detail about a fun fair trip at Padang Bandaran Kuala Lipis with Siti last month. He had told the press that he personally delivered four red noses that he won during "tikam-tikam" at the fun fair to Siti’s mother in Kuala Lipis, requesting her to turn them into a gubahan pengantin. His fans demanded the “truth” from the couple, and some even sent them nasty and threatening SMS. Dr Bubbles described Siti as “just a friend”.

He added that he had not spoken to her for two months. Dr Bubbles’s fiancée Cik Buih Sabun was reportedly upset and felt Siti owed her an explanation. “Siti should be open with me. I want to know what really happened,” the kampung lass was quoted as saying.

In another report, Siti said she wanted her name cleared and suggested that Dr Bubbles tie the knot with his fiancée. Datuk K, 40 plus, who won the Best Moustache 2004 award in Anugerah Misai Popular, was quoted as saying he doubted Dr Bubbles’s sincerity, saying he should have sent the noses to Cik Buih instead. He also questioned why Dr Bubbles sent an SMS to Siti at 4am.

Asked about his wedding plans, Dr Bubbles remained non-committal. “When the time comes, I will get married but I don’t know when,” he replied. Masro Talent and Management chief executive officer Freddie Menado is said to be initiating a “peace talk” for Datuk K, Dr Bubbles and Siti.

Editor's note : I love parody!!

Friday, April 07, 2006

How to amaze your child : Roto Copter

you can print out the pattern here. Cut along the solid lines only. Fold on the dotted lines.
Fold A toward you. Fold B away from you.
Fold C and D over each other so they overlap.
Fold the bottom up and put a paper clip on it.

Hold the Roto-Copter by the paper clip. Throw it like a baseball, as high and far as you can. It will spin to the floor. You can also stand on a chair or on the stairs and drop it.

thanks to Science Explorer for this wonderful gadget.

west "pokai" side story

Just won 2 tickets from kakiseni to see West side story at the Espalanade, Singapore on the 22nd April. This is the first time I entered a contest and won! But still a "hampeh" winning because I am totally "POKAI" this very month.

Monday, April 03, 2006

april fool

(wassup my man??)

The last April Fool I had was almost 16 years ago. It was totally my fault by challenging my seniors to outdo me. They did. The next morning saw me lying on my bed on my hostel corridors leading towards the dining hall. How they carried that heavy bed with this chap on it from the dorm 1 located on the 2nd floor of Black House is still a mystery.

And I had one again today when all by sudden my CPU in my office "vanished" over the weekend nowhere to be seen and nobody knows.

No signs of break-ins whatsoever yet the only thing that is missing is my CPU. The thief never took the nice flat screen panel or box full of coins on my table.

I certainly suspected that there are elements of CIA or KGB trying to steal something from my CPU. Rest assured all files inside the CPU already been erased last friday by Mr John after he reformatted my CPU due to worm attack.

If they are looking for all of my letters to Siti; just forget it.

I keep it in a safe place, Datuk K.