Monday, 30 November 2009




Just when are we gonna stop draw-ing games? For god sake, it has been like months since we last won a game. It's so so long that I've forgotten how to spell 'win' anymore.

And you know what's the saddest part of all? This drought is probably gonna extend to 8 games coz' we are gonna face Chelsea next. Yup, the team who just raped Arsenal 3-0 at The Emirates.

Congrats =(

To think that everything starts falling apart after we lost unfairly to Man Utd (bar the Villa game). Damn. Such a jinx.

Hate the hypocritical knob. Know who I am referring to if it isn't already obvious enough? The name starts with an A (because I don't call him Sir, I don't care =/) and ends with an N.

Here's more clue. He is so powerful that he can intimidate almost every referee (except Andre Marriner and Alan Wiley, those 2 are true courageous heroes :D). He can get an additional time of N (infinity) when his team are chasing a game and when the referee occasionally (which is really really rare) doesn't go his way, he whines and critizes them for everything while forgetting how well he has been treated by all the referees all these while.

Whatever. The pic below will probably sum up all my rant.

P/S: In case you are wondering why the long rant about him? FYI, the rant above is only a minor part of everything I had on him. But you won't wanna know the full list, trust me. And this page alone is probably not enough to list them all out.

K. thx. bai.

Thursday, 19 November 2009


Yeah, I know it has been so so so long since I've last posted something. Well, at least I'm updating it now (YEAH!).

Let's skip through the crap.

So, this should be the time where most of the secondary school students are taking their SPM. And here's an e-mail I received few days ago regarding SPM.


The objective of SPM is to pass people?

How do you explain the fact that 87% of the students passed the exams of the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) recently, when during your father's time only 10% would have passed?

Are students getting smarter? Or are SPM questions getting easier?

Let me put things in their proper perspective.

During your grandfather's time, they would ask exam questions like:
"In what year did Parameswara founded the kingdom of Melaka ?"

The correct answer was "1402", and they found that only 10% of the students managed to answer the question correctly. This didn't go down too well with the authorities, because the objective of the exams was to pass people.

I mean, what's the point of having exams if people fail?

So later, they found another way to ask the same question:

"Parameswara founded the kingdom of Melaka in the year:
(a) 2001
(b) 2004
(c) 1986
(d) 1975
(e) 1402
Tick the correct answer."

The results were better in that 20% of the students passed. But it was
still not good enough, so the authorities tried a different tactic a few
years later.

"Parameswara founded the kingdom of Melaka in the year 1402. True or false?"

Well, half of the students guessed "True" and the other half guessed "False".

Fully 50% passed.

The results were getting pretty acceptable by now but still not good enough.
Most other countries would be satisfied with a 50% passing rate, but not us.

We are a better country, because we are a boleh country. The authorities then cracked their heads and then came out with this one:

Read the following sentence carefully.

"Parameswara, the cousin of Proton-Iswara, founded the kingdom of Melaka
in the year 1402. Underline the name of the person who founded Melaka."
60% underlined "Parameswara", 30% underlined "Proton-Iswara" and 10%
underlined "1402".

Yeah!!!!.....60% managed to pass! So krever!

But for some reason, the authorities were still not contented. So last year, they came out with this gem:

"One day in the year 1402, Parameswara founded the kingdom of Melaka .
Then he went home to have dinner. What did he eat?"

13% (smart students) handed in blank answers, 57% wrote "Maggi Mee",
10% wrote " Kentucky Fried Chicken" and 20% wrote "Nasi Lemak".

The correct answer was anything concerning "Food" of course!

After the marking was over, it was found that 87% of the students had passed.

87%!!!!! that's pretty impressive!

So it's true.

So now the authorities are very happy that the students are indeed getting smarter?

Well done Boleh-land!


Just a joke to calm down the tense of fellow SPM-ers. Anyway, all the best and good luck to whoever facing SPM right now. =)