Alvin! Aaron! Chern Wei! Wai Lumn! Liang En! Yong Zi! Adrian! Katrina! Niklas! Jane! Irvin! Chia Ming! Kai Herng! Jaime! Sean! Benjamin! Shir Li! Andrew! Jin Rong! Miao Jing! Soon Huat!


Friday, 1 December 2006


Hi everyone happy December! Gasp, one month left. wth. ok nvm. Anyway, if anyone is feeling bored, rotting at home, looking at tutorials, notes, wondering whether to start, where to start, not wanting to start, or feel you haven't done enough crazy stuff, then you might just want to go to Escape Theme Park! Because....

Unlimited fun at Escape Theme Park @ only $6. Hurry down today!
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Maybe we can have another class outing ;)


Thursday, 30 November 2006

Mural Painting Photos

Hihi.. hope everyone's been having a great holidays so far...

here are some photos from the mural painting cip, they emailed us already, and i've decided to post them here so as to embellish this event into the historical tapestry of 06s7d forever, as well as to show every1 else what we did! (read jane's earlier post for more info)

Wall of flowers, each flower so different from the rest just like how we are all unique individuals but when we come together as 06S7D, we form a diverse and amazing class.

Presenting: The people who painted the mural. (Not in picture as they left early: Alvin and Yong Zi - erm not sure if i missed out any1 else..)

Close up. On the top right hand corner of the wall you can see some white characters, those are actually "06S7D" with each letter painted by each of the 5 of us remaining at the end!

Thursday, 23 November 2006

Happy Thanksgiving Day! :)

Hey it's Thanksgiving Day (U.S.A) today! :) I am thankful for being in 06S7D...and that's because it's made up of nice individuals like:

1.Alvin: Thanks for being so funny and entertaining us :P and for tolerating me for PW. heh.
2.Cheryl: Thanks for for the cookies, cupcakes, pink pencil case (whee!) and most importantly, for being such a great friend to talk to. ^^
3.Adrian: Thanks for being someone whom we know we can always count on and for tolerating me for PW. :)
5.Wai Lumn: Thanks for being so sunny, cheerful and enthusiastic! You rock! :D
6.Andrew: Thanks for looking out for all of us during night cycling, and for always being such a helpful and caring friend. =)
7.Chia Ming: Thanks for your laughter! It lightens my mood ^^... And also for being a fun person to be with!
8.Irvin: Thanks for helping us with our school work! :)
9.Chern Wei: Thanks for being funny, cheerful, helpful and gentleman-ly! :D
10.Kai Herng: Thanks for being (or trying to be :P) funny and for driving the winter clothing industry (with ur cold jokes :P)...on a more serious note (ahem), thanks for being a nice, fun and trustworthy friend! =)
11.Soon Huat: Thanks for being a helpful n considerate friend, and a gentleman! ^^
12.Miao Jing: Thanks for being a nice friend to talk to, and for being caring! (:
13.Niklas: Thanks for being helpful (esp during night cycling), funny (esp with cm ard :P) and amusing (esp when u deadpan). =)
14.Katrina: Thanks for being a great friend, a nice person to talk to and for your hugs! Love ya! :)
15.Bensing:Thanks for being a really good homework helper :P and for being a nice, considerate and great friend! :D
16.Jin Rong: Hey i cant believe we're in the same class aft 9 years!! lol. anw, thanks for encouraging n teaching me during night cycling :), for being a trustworhty and helpful (eg.carrying jane :P) friend! ;)
17.Yong Zi: Thanks for being so funny/amusing and happy all the time! and for helping 2 carry d heavy stuff during chalet :D
18.Aaron: Thanks alot for your assurances and help during night cycling! :) and for being a funny (esp with alvin :P) and nice friend!
19.Liang En: Thanks for being a responsible CT rep, and for helping us wif our hw. :)
20.Jaime: Thanks for alw being the 1st person to smile n say "hello" to me every morning! And for your listening ear! :)
21.Jane: Thanks for being my sms/msn/guitar/class-mate! in short, thanks for alw being there for me! :)
22.Sean: Thanks for helping us, esp for PW! :)

ok. i do realise tt i have a limited vocab, and limited designs of different smileys >.< heh. sorry about tt. but anw, u get the msg: thanks everyone for making 7D a great class to be in! :) We rock!

Bored? Another joke.

Taken from the Jokes board of a game.

Cows and YOUR Gov't.

FEUDALISM: You have two cows. Your lord takes some of the milk.

PURE SOCIALISM: You have two cows. The government takes them and puts them in a barn with everyone else's cows. You have to take care of all the cows. The government gives you as much milk as you needed.

BUREAUCRATIC SOCIALISM: You have two cows. The goverment takes them and puts them in a barn with everyone else's cows. They are cared for by ex-chicken farmers. You have to take care of the chickens the government took from the chicken farmers. The government gives you as much milk and as many eggs as the regulations say you should need.

FASCISM: You have two cows. The government takes both, hires you to take care of them, and sells you the milk.

PURE COMMUNISM: You have two cows. Your neighbours help you take care of them, and you all share the milk.

RUSSIAN COMMUNISM: You have two cows. You have to take care of them, but the government takes all the milk.

DICTATORSHIP: You have two cows. The government takes both and shoots you.

SINGAPOREAN DEMOCRACY: You have two cows. The government fines you for keeping two unlicensed farm animals in an apartment.

MILITATIANISM: You have two cows. The government takes both and drafts you.

PURE DEMOCRACY: You have two cows. Your neighbours decide who gets the milk.

REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY: You have two cows. Your neighbours pick someone to tell you who gets the milk.

AMERICAN DEMOCRACY: The government promises to give you two cows if you vote for it. After the election, the president is impeached for: A) speculating in cow futures and the press dubs the affair "Cowgate", B) Sleeping with one of the cows, then denying it, then admiting it after a leather blazer with milk stains are presented as evidence, and then the president is charged with treason, C) you plan to impeach the president for lack of intelligence and for talking like a goat.

BRITISH DEMOCRACY: You have two cows. You feed them sheep's brains and they go mad. The government doesn't do anything about it.

FRENCH DEMOCRACY:You have two cows. You go on strike because you want three cows. You go to lunch and have a bottle of wine. Life is good.

AMERICAN REPUBLICAN: You have two cows. Your neighbour has none. So?

CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY of JAPAN: You have two cows. You redesign them so they are one-tenth the size of an ordinary cow and produce twenty times the milk. They learn to travel on unbelievably crowded trains. Most are at the top of their class at cow school. Forty years later you get milk.

BUREAUCRACY: You have two cows. At first the government regulates what you feed them and when you can milk them. Then it pays you not to milk them. After that, it takes both, shoots one, milks the other, and pours the milk down the drain.Then it requires you to fill out forms accounting for the missing cow.

ANARCHY: You have two cows. Either you sell the milk at a fair price or your neighbours try to kill you and take the cows.

CAPITALISM: You have two cows. You sell one and buy a bull.

HONG KONG CAPITALISM: You have two cows. You sell three of them to your publicly listed company, using letters of credit opened by your brother-in-law at the bank, then execute a debt/equity swap with associated general offer so that you get all four cows back, with a tax deduction for keeping five cows. The milk rights of six cows are transferred via a Panamanian Intermediary to a Cayman Islands company secretly owned by the majority shareholder, who sells the rights to all seven cows' milk back to the listed company. The annual report says that the company owns eight cows, with an option on one more. Meanwhile, you kill two cows because the Feng Shui is bad.

ENVIRONMENTALISM: You have two cows. The government forbids you to milk or kill them.

TOTALITARIANISM: You have two cows. The government takes them and denies they ever existed. Milk is banned.

SURREALISM: You have two giraffes. The government requires you to take harmonica lessons.

LIBERTARIANISM: You have two cows. One has actually read the Constitution, believes in it, and has some really good ideas about government. The cow runs for office, and while most people agree that the cow is the best candidate, nobody except the other cow votes for her because they think it would be "throwing their vote away."

IN FLORIDA: You have a black cow and a brown cow. Everyone votes for the best looking one. Your brother gets to count the votes. Some of the people who like the brown one best, vote for the black one. Some people vote for both. Some people vote for neither. Some people can't figure out how to vote at all. Finally, a bunch of cow experts from out-of-state tell you which is the best-looking one.

IN CALIFORNIA: You have thirty four million bovine. It's like a melting pot for cows and bulls of all walks of life. Different flavours, different colours. They all make real California cheese. Half the cows marry other cows and the other half of the bulls marry other bulls. Only five speak fluent English. Most are illegal. The head cow, an Austrian breed, is conervative but likes the ones with the big udders the most.

IN IRAQ: You have two cows. They go into hiding. They send audio tapes of their mooing.

WITH THE TALIBAN: You have all the cows in Afghanistan, which are two. You don't milk them because you cannot touch any creature's private parts. You get a $40 million grant from the US government to find alternatives to milk production but use the money to buy weapons.

FEDERAL REPUBLIC of INDIA: You have two cows. You worship both of them as deities, and offer them milk. Rats take over the temple and you worship them as well as offer them milk. You are not allowed to milk or kill the cows, for it would mean your own death. You live in poverty, yet enlightened.

Cheers =p

Monday, 13 November 2006

Class Chalet!

Hey people! I'm not here to blog about class chalet but at least i'll be posting up a few of the more sucessful pictures that we took during class chalet! XD The rest will probably be in egroups after a few days because my yahoo refuses to upload my photos.

But but but: I LEARNT HOW TO RIDE A BIKE! OMG! XD thanks to : nik (who had a hand in teaching me), andrew (for teaching me and coming up with that leaning against the pole idea), yongzi (for leading me and i'm sorry for crashing into you! =/), mrlee (for screaming "CAR CAR" when we were on the main roads, bensing (for biking faster and faster), jane (for forcing me to learn!) and everyone else (like wailumn) who were so nice everytime i fell down and took ages to start again!

Class shot! Happy people! And ASRLCT looks uh cramped up. Kaiherng's fingers are chopped of somewhere. And come to think of it, it looks a lot like a family shot (with mrlee and cheryl?! or maybe cheryl and cm as the parents/grandparents) ^^

Girl's shot with ASRLCT! Freaky light thing.

Guys shot!

First biking photo!

(sorry had had had to post this) MY FIRST BIKE RIDING EXPERIENCE WHICH I MOVED! XD so i wasn't in front, but the bike still moved XP

2nd photo taking stop!

Nik. After a few hours of biking and with cooler hair but you can't really see it here. sad.

third stop. chicken backside. =x

Freaky reflection? (no photoshop here)

Cute cat!

since i was sleeping while this was taken i assume these were the people awake/not bathing at 7+?

People who rode 10 hours to esplanade and back!

I think more people should bring cameras during class outings! And someone ask miaojing to post the pictures she took too! XD THese are only a few of the 30 pictures taken... Sorry for the darkness. My flash is like weird.
Class chalet rocks! XD
I agree! Let's go kbox! I'm sure yongzi will support it XD.

Saturday, 11 November 2006

Mural Painting CIP

boo! im er.. back to bloggin by popular demand! yahahah. ok. no lah. im not. just that shirli demanded (ahem) that i blog abt mural painting today (maybe as a form of advert for fund-raising next week! 19th nov!) muahaha.

ok. so i slept from 5am to 1030am (dunno why i woke since the alarm is set at 12pm) and ate large breakfast n went to jamiyah's. could not find the 6 ppl (ben, alvin, kaiherng (ahah tempted to type sth else), kat, yongzi, and miaojing) who blended into wall or sth. white walls white aprons. took me awhile to find out what was going on (now im wondering why im bloggin about this since there's nth much that went on?) basically painted the whole day with limbs that were already aching alot. was in a huge mess before long and wondering if the apron really helps or what. >.< maybe the main purpose is to let the whole world know our (or at least mine) name which is written big and bold. oh well. at least i wrote. the rest didn't. guai1 me. the person ask me write then i went to write. bahh..

so painted till 8pm. by that time it was so dark (by my standards.. the rest could still see perfectly well) that i couldn't tell brown from black and argued about it till i gave in cuz i think my eyes got problem anyway. we finished the whole wall (YAY! IT'S A GREAT SENSE OF ACCOMPLISHMENT! WHEEE! high5!) and left for dinner. oopz. wait backtrack. when we were (finally) done, we painted '06s7d' and '11.11.06' on the wall in white. took pic but it din really show up. but the yellow (YELLOW!) sunflower was really nice! ^^ woot! so nice! haha. -jumps around- so if anyone visits jamiyah (from anytime soon to 10 years later (by which they'd have repainted it? noooo.. *heartache*)) you all go look for the corner with YELLOW sunflower and admire the pretty writing (each of the 5 of us left at the end of the day took turns to write 06s7d!. kh wrote 0, kat wrote 6, ben wrote s, i wrote 7 (whee!), and mj wrote d!) and take pic with it and hopefully it shows up (instead of sth else.. hmm).

dinner was.. haha. ate things that tasted like toothpaste, nicely whipped potato prepared by some pro person (^^), and multiple other 'sick'/'exotic' things. has zhongjimima but it's like we're all wanting to eat the weird thing whipped up cuz it's really nice and not horrible tasting. even though it tasted bleah-ish. basically normal things mixed with other normal things to yield weird things (e.g. coleslaw + chilli). actually there's some amusing quotes from kh, but decided not to say it here. wahaha. *imagines kat laughin her head off* lol.

recipe for 'toothpaste'
1. root beer
2. pepsi
3. chilli
4. whipped potato
5. fatter (lol! ask ben)
6. chicken crispy crumbs
7. cheese
8. coleslaw juice (eew)
9. er.. mayb no more liao. anything else?

yep. hope we all won't get stomachache tmr! haha. i doubt it since we ate all of those individually and mixing them is also part of stomach's routine anw.

that's all for now! someone go blog about chalet!

~06s7d!!! <3

p.s. so who going next week? ^^

Friday, 10 November 2006

Class chalet

omg butt pain butt pain butt pain.

someone blog abt class chalet :) i'm very lazy lol, except to whine about butt pain.

love 7D! <33

next class outing to k box, anyone?

Wednesday, 8 November 2006


hahah today's OP went well for everyone i hope :) at least for the morning batch, we were all fine and dandy and giggling and sniggering at each other. yay 7D

after which, we went to watch the prestige @ cathay orchard. well, I, CM, andrew, adrian and nik did anyway. soon huat, shir li, kai herng and alvin watched the covenant (which is now damned as fireball/boyband movie). the prestige was really really fab :) then we slacked around in yoshinoya for a really long time discussing the minute details of the movie. then, we started walking around aimlessly for a damn long time and looking for the "open-air temple" as advertised by a singapore biennale sign outside the cathay cineleisure junction. we didnt find it, but it did set us walking all the way past somerset, past dhoby ghaut and seemingly heading towards SMU (where shir li was enthusiastically shooing us towards in her eager endeavours to get her hands on...CAKE)


however, we daoed SMU, and got distracted by the Singapore History Museum, which, surprise surprise, was one of the sites for the biennale. Being the curious souls we were, we ventured forth, and lo and behold...we found...incomprehensible art. Not to say we didn't have fun though, because we had truckloads of it, coupled with intrigue and the sort of morbid curiosity that comes with being in a giggly group. the exhibits in SHM mostly revolved around the theme of death, its fantastical nature, the disillusions and the perversity of the human spirit in orchestrating the end.

There was a really morbid but nonetheless compelling video entitled "The last supper". No it was not religious, but more of the last meal death row prisoners are treated to. It may seem inane here, but it was a fascinating tool for illustrating revelations regarding human cruelty, crime & punishment and even normalcy in the face of impending doom. Then there were these particularly sick and suggestive scenes where some king in Burma survived an assassination attempt, put the guilty fellow and the rest of his family to death, but spared one daughter. Spared one daughter, chucked her in a tower and everyday, an executioner would peel off her flesh slowly and force her to eat it. eeeeeeeeee.

Fuelled by our artistic fumblings at SMH, we felt encouraged to head on to the next site of interest, city hall :) so we happily walked there, and here are a couple of pics. (taken with a k700i so thus the inferior quality)

in front of city hall steps...v nice right? :)

at an exhibit mocking the g8 summit...look at alll the smiling faces...

shir li was a bit too scared to be in this photo lol...she was afraid of the pple behind.

well, if you have a chance, do go for the biennale before it ends :) arty farty singapore forever! viva la biennale!

Tuesday, 7 November 2006

Class Chalet

YAY let's go out at 2 or 3 am to see trannies lol nvm
Another way there is to take bus 2 all the way to Changi Village. You can take it from Tanah Merah Interchange. When you get off, please do not stupidly walk towards the beach and assume the chalet is there as I have once done before. It is not. Walk towards the Le Meridien (it's a hotel) and generally walk uphill. After a nice long walk, the chalet should be around there ba. Hee. Hey girls, maybe after handing in I and R on Thurs at abt 9pm, let's go buy stuff? Then can go my house and marinate or something then go Changi after that.

Someone PLEASE bring mahjong :)

Sunday, 5 November 2006



Anyway.. details which you should all know..

9th Nov.
check in time: 3pm
checkout: 8:30am to 10:30am (10th Nov)

The girls will be organising all matters related to the BBQ. I hope. Or if they aren't this is the time when they will suddenly realise that they are organising all matters related to the BBQ, which will occur approximately 4 days from the time of posting.

JR will be generously donating his balls for fun and games.

There isn't much of an itinerary, so it's a good time to suggest stuff to do, else it'll end up free for all where everyone brings random games..

I'd suggest we get the following:
Try and think of group games
Various chemicals from chem lab for pyrotechnics
Raid Jaime's house and steal her Xbox

P.S. If you arn't going, please leave a comment, or tell me or something.. Else assume you're going. And dunno if MJ reads the blog, so Adrian, you go ask her out to a chalet ^^


P.P.P.S. Uhm, according to what I can figure out.. the easiest way there is to take mrt to Tampines, then take 29 for 22 stops. Yea. If anyone knows otherwise please inform us, k thnx

Sunday, 29 October 2006

Just for laughs


Father: I want you to marry a girl of my choice
Son : "I will choose my own bride"
Father: "But the girl is Bill Gates's daughter.."
Son : "Well, in that case...ok"
Next Father approaches Bill Gates.
Father: "I have a husband for your daughter...."
Bill Gates: "But my daughter is too young to marry!!!!!"
Father: "But this young man is a vice-president of the World Bank"
Bill Gates: "Ah, in that case...ok"
Finally Father goes to see the president of the World Bank.
Father: "I have a young man to be recommended as a vice-president."
President: "But I already have more vice- presidents than I need!"
Father: "But this young man is Bill Gates's son-in-law."
President: "Ah, in that case...ok" ?
That is how they do business.


One Chinese person walks into a bar in America late one night and he saw Steven Spielberg. As he was a great fan of his movies, he rushes over to him, and asks for his autograph. Instead, Spielberg gives him a slap and says "You Chinese people bombed our Pearl Harbor, get out of here." The astonished Chinese man replied "It was not the Chinese who bombed your Pearl Harbor, it was the Japanese". "Chinese, Japanese, Taiwanese, you're all the same," replied Spielberg. In return, the Chinese gives Spielberg a slap and says "You sank the Titanic, my forefathers were on that ship." Shocked, Spielberg replies "It was the iceberg that sank the ship, not me." The Chinese replies, "Iceberg, Spielberg, Carlsberg, you're all the same."


Lesson 1

A junior manager, a senior manager and their boss are on their way to a meeting. On their way through a park, they come across a wonder lamp.They rub the lamp and a ghost appears. The ghost says, "Normally, one is granted three wishes but as you are three, I will allow one wish each." So the eager senior manager shouted, "I want the first wish. I want to be in the Bahamas, on a fast boat and have no worries." Pfufffff, and he was gone. Now the junior manager could not keep quiet and shouted "I want to be in Florida with beautiful girls, plenty of food and cocktails." Pfufffff, and he was also gone. The boss calmly said, "I want these two idiots back in the office after lunch at 12.35pm."


Lesson 2

Standing in front of a shredder with a piece of paper in his hand. "Listen," said the CEO, "This is a very sensitive and important document, and my secretary has left. Can you make this thing work?" "Certainly," said the young executive. He turned the machine on, inserted the paper, and pressed the start button. "Excellent, excellent!" said the CEO as his paper disappeared inside the shredder machine. "I just need one copy."


Lesson 3

An American and a Japanese were sitting on the plane on the way to LA. The American turned to the Japanese and asked, "What kind of -ese are you?" The Japanese confused, replied, "Sorry but I don't understand what you mean."The American repeated, "What kind of -ese are you?"Again, the Japanese was confused over the question. The American, now irritated, then yelled, "What kind of -ese are you !?!" Are you a Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese!, etc......???" The Japanese then replied, "Oh, I am a Japanese." A while later the Japanese turned to the American and asked what kind Of 'key' was he. The American, frustrated, yelled, "What do you mean what kind of -kee' am I ?!" The Japanese said, "Are you a Yankee, donkee, or monkee?"


Lesson 4

There were these 4 guys, a Russian, a German, an American and a French, who found this small genie bottle. When they rubbed the bottle, a genie appeared. Thankful that the 4 guys had released him out of the bottle, he said, "Next to you all are 4 swimming pools, I will give each of you a wish. When you run towards the pool and jump, you shout what you want the pool of Water to become, then your wish will come true." The French wanted to start. He ran towards the pool, jumped and shouted"WINE". The pool immediately changed into a pool of wine. The Frenchman was so happy swimming and drinking from the pool. Next is the Russian's turn, he did the same and shouted, "VODKA" and immersed himself into a pool of vodka. The German was next and he jumped and shouted, "BEER". He was so contented with his beer pool. The last is the American. He was running towards the pool when suddenly he slipped on a banana peel. He slipped towards the pool and shouted, "SHIT!!!!!!!........."


Saturday, 28 October 2006


:D hello 7D! Good job jaime you kept our class blog alive hahaha.

Yesterday was SCREAM:D actually it was more funny than scary,esp when councillors start laughing to themselves in the middle of trying to scare u.HAHA i really cracked up in the maze. but good job anyway councillors:) we didn't get to go on the trail in the end cos ran out of time,which was quite disappointing,so our class just trooped down to E block and stupidly tried to crash.and er got caught by wailumn:P

Anyway while waiting for the sad trail that we never went on,we all went to watch horror movies.i discovered that i'm a wimp ahahha omg sorry to kat and nik who went deaf and ben sing who got traumatized (and prob deaf too):P seriously up till last night i never knew that people actually could jump out of their seats at scary parts. oh and good advice to everyone: do not watch horror movies with nik he says weird stuff and covers his ears at scary parts.lousy!! ok im too lazy to continue thats it BYE:D

Tuesday, 24 October 2006

photos on the second apollo outing has been posted on egroups. You can go searching for yourself there! Other people please upload them somewhere too! XD

Saturday, 21 October 2006

eye II

This is a no-brainer ^^.

The answer: Chia Ming

People who got it correct: kat, nik, shirli, aaron, jane (basically everyone who guessed but alvin)

I think the reason why kat keeps getting them correct is cause she has pictures of almost everyone's eye in her phone so she can compare and guess! XD
And i conclude alvin has lousy observation skills ^^".

No eye picture today, i'm watching princess hours on youtube with my mum!

And out of curiousity what happened to our class tee? It seems to have vanished.

Wednesday, 18 October 2006

THE ANSWER and a new riddle!

okay, so i thought that that picture was quite easy. hmm so far looking at the tagboard, only 1 person got it right! XD

the answer:

ALVIN! *wheeee congratualtions to kat!* alvin! you very lousy, you can't even tell it's your own eye. XP remember when i was taking the picture you purposely opened your eyes wider than usual?

Next riddle: (This is super super easy, you all can shoot yourselves if you don't know)

Since it's so easy i'll just post the answer on sat! XD

Have fun guessing ^^

Thursday, 12 October 2006


hello people! I am halfway through uploading the pictire of pw (on yahoo groups) and other random things but my internet connection's dying so please wait a while more! I shall be nice and not post the scandalous pictures that I took on thurs. If you want them ask me online! ^^

For now:

whose eye is this? ^^ i'm bored! XD

[edit] okay, i have one third of the photos on e groups, one third of it on yahoo thingy ( and another one third still in my com! T_T I blame my internet and the my oversized photos and the uploading limit. Ah well, enjoy those few first then!

Wednesday, 11 October 2006


Disclaimer: Poster of this message is in no way responsible because it is highly likely he was hacked like all the other hacked accounts! Therefore he cannot and will not be held responsible for any comments within this post as he has not made them. Reading any further then this disclaimer means that you have agreed with the logic and agree not to hold the apparent poster liable for any comments. Failure to do so will "not" result in a killer penguin death squad backstabbing you in the middle of the night.

Anyway, since it's like after promos and I'm bored out of my wits, I developed the brilliant plan to bore others out of their wits! This way I might effectively transfer bored quota to others, and since the 42nd law of waffleton states that "Boredom cannot be created or destroyed", this boredom might effectively come from me! Therefore, I would be effectively less bored at the expense of you. Muhahaha! And since you already started reading this it's too late for you to repent and change your mind, because all your excitement are belong to us. (Who understands that joke?)

Soooo, phase B of the uber boredom induction plan: Pointing out random trivia.
Ever noticed that studies seem to have one problem? That they seem to require you to be able to do something that you are not actually competent in? I mean, take for example the sciences. Like chem. Why in the world do they test our art skills? I mean, what's with all the evil graphs. And minusing marks for ugly graphs! We should be allowed to describe the graphs directly in scientific terms! Not draw! (Maybe because I tend to be missing a pencil alot but that's not the point), we need to be able to draw graphs pixel by pixel! Alternatively, they should be fair to the weaker students. Color blind students are allowed to ask for help for identifying colors. Art-impaired students should be allowed to ask for help for drawing graphs. It's only fair. So next time we have spa, people like me should be allowed to ask teachers whether my graph looks correct, until i get it right!

Then we have the biology part of chem! I mean, look at the new notes (which weren't tested). It's a direct rip off from biology notes! They just look all too familiar. And that seems rather hypocritical no? All the anti-plagiarism for PW and stuff like that, and when we arn't looking, they go around and rip off bio notes! EVIL!! We must boycott these notes and burn them along with chem effigies, while dancing around big bonfires and chanting obscure stuff.

And Bio. Ewww. More evil art stereotypes. What's it with them and demanding perfect penmanship? We should be getting bonus marks for bad hand writing because that's just the makings of a future doctor! Not get penalised and stuff like that. It's elitism at it's worst, having such stringent and harsh demands that things actually be /legible/. Arn't they the bio department? Shouldn't they have special psychic-mind-reading devices that can just extract the knowledge from our minds and grade us on that? Speaking of which, why do they test physical fitness? Horrible time limits strain your arm muscles to the maximum, you need to train for ages just to be able to complete the bio marathon. It's so unconducive to nerdy muggers who have weak and frail arms with big bulbous brains, and cannot complete the paper on time because the lactic acid eats through their hand!

Speaking of which, there's econs. Apart from all the physical fitness testing, they test your art skills in drawing graphs, like other subjects, AND they test your GP! Must have weird arguments and explanations in gp terms, with pros and cons and what not. Then somemore can go offtopic and fail one. Terrible, terrible. Coupled with statistical analysis and math with all those case studies requiring you to do weird funky calculations and addition and what not, imagine the poor students who don't take math! They'd be so screwed, they'd just blank out and wonder what percentages are and stuff. Tsk, once again, a sure sign of elitism.

And GP! Urgh, they test you on geog and history. Not to mention penmanship once more. MOE is just plain evil, first they let you 'specialise' in subjects in JC, then they force everyone to take GP which essentially means you need to be able to write geog essays, or science essays, or random cynical essays which are essentially KI! What sort of choice are we given here? It's just a secret farce to give one the illusion of choice, when in fact there is none! EVIL!!

Last but not least there is.. MATH! It's like completely a humans subject! You even need to learn a new language with funky new grammar, known as mathematical notation! Then there's the secret abstract art you need to be able to know when drawing graphs such as the open and closed circle thingy which i can never get. I mean, it's supposed to be a 1d line! why is there a fat 2d circle? Somemore the circle so big so sure go past that mark.. Oh, and they test your english language skills by asking you to write weird explanations.. "Assume that blabla bla, is blabla, for all blabla..." Then when you don't write it believing that cos it's a math exam you DAI. Like a certain person from a certain country who lost a certain mark in this certain exam, preventing him from getting this certain high score.. It's prejudice I tell you!

... Okay I can't think of more lame stuff to put. Please be bored. I need to pass away boredom, and I'll be grateful. kthnxbai






但chia ming的嘴巴似乎更圆

Niklas 的手也很大





chia ming太喜欢拍照了。。


看到校友 二十 三十 多岁了



希望如此。。 到时,场面一定会特别感人。

Tuesday, 10 October 2006

the value of stuff


To realise the value of 1 second of sleep, ask the guy attempting to break the record for the longest period of going without sleep abt how each torturous second is contributing to his eventual yet transient victory. or just ask Kat, who's alw stoning in class.

To realise the value of your msn identity, ask Jane or Nik. OMG NIKLAS.

-end of post-
-disclaimer: jane did not post this ^^-

Tuesday, 3 October 2006


hey everyone! congrats for surviving the PROMOS!! hehehe. now me no need to say jiayou to u all liao.. hahaha must go and start mugging for my spas. die liao!

okieokie, happy playing ppl!!!! can jio me to go for outing if u all want =P

Saturday, 23 September 2006

To realize
The value of a sister:
Ask someone who doesn't have one.

To realize
The value of ten years:
Ask a newly divorced couple.

To realize
The value of four years:
Ask a graduate.

To realize
The value of one year:
Ask a student who has failed a final exam.

To realize
The value of nine months:
Ask a mother who gave birth to a still born.

To realize
The value of one month:
Ask a mother who has given birth to a premature baby.

To realize
The value of one week:
Ask an editor of a weekly newspaper.

To realize
The value of one hour:
Ask the lovers who are waiting to meet.

To realize
The value of one minute:
Ask a person who has missed the train, bus or plane.

To realize
The value of one-second:
Ask a person who has survived a near-fatal accident.

To realize
The value of one millisecond:
Ask the person who has won a silver medal in the Olympics.


Time waits for no man. So spend more time with your friends and loved ones! Such as your Bio, Maths, Chem and Econs notes =)

Tuesday, 19 September 2006


Dear 7D,
Hope you all enjoyed the cupcakes and cookies =) decided that since I have lotsa time on my hands nowadays I should do something to show u all some support in your quest to pia for promos =) I'm sure u'll all do finee =) that's why we're 7D!!

Thanks so much for being such a great class =) I'm really glad to be with u all... am kinda sad that i've to be away from school for so long, but i sure am looking forward to coming back! =) though i have a lot of work to catch up on before that... thank you all for always being so welcoming on the days when i do come to school.. those days really keep me going =)

Thanks to all the individuals who have shown your concern =) much appreciated!!

Hmm, u're all really busy now, but maybe when u're more free i can invite u all over for a post-promos party!! oh, and while studying for promos if u wanna eat anything can order frm me, i'm very free now!

Jiayou jiayou!!

Love u all lots,

Tuesday, 5 September 2006

heya you guys i just posted some pics again on the yahoo grps of the apollo outing the last time...i think i have pics of nearly everyone who went, so log in and spot urself :D see if u've changed or something.

Friday, 1 September 2006

for those who din get to view this artwork of cm, kat n i!! =) no prizes for guessing whose messy neat file is at the top left corner. heh. or for whose hamper that yamyam came from..

have a happy holiday!

Friday, 25 August 2006


Whee, lets have some random trivia. Was bored, and started looking up the meanings of names.. and here are some from our class..

Origin Meaning
Hebrew enlightened/teacher
Traits: Aaron is described as a small, nice-looking man who is honest, hardworking, and responsible--an effective leader with a quiet manner.
<-- Look for aaron for tution ^^

Origin Meaning
Greek strong, manly
Traits: The name Andrew has two different images: a big, strong, jolly guy you can count on when the chips are down, or a smart but wimpy preppy.
<-- Fear the strong manly andrew!

Origin Meaning
Latin dark
Traits: People picture Adrian as an attractive, perhaps effeminate, man who is sensitive, loving, thoughtful, and rich.
Female version of name: Adrià From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. <-- Maybe that's why no one sees you.. then always kena injury

Origin Meaning
Old German beloved by all/noble friend
Traits: Alvin's image comes straight from David Seville's singing chipmunks. People describe Alvin as a cute, mischievous comic with a very squeaky voice.
<-- Omg, friendly alvin! Originates from german ^^ and squeaks!!!

Origin Meaning
Hebrew son of the right hand
Traits: People think of Benjamin as a smart and inventive man who is tall, strong, and cute. <-- Son of right hand? bbq.. That's really a weird name.

Origin Meaning
Latin Beloved
Traits: Most people think of Cheryl as cute, petite, sweet, and friendly, though some picture her as fat. <-- Whee, cherry!! Oh, and you need to eat more.

Origin Meaning
Latin divine
Traits: Most people see Diana as a pretty, upper-class blonde who is old-fashioned, quiet, and intelligent. Some, though, see Diana as opportunistic.
<-- Do you still visit here?

Hmm.. no irvin o.O
Origin Meaning
Old English sea friend
Irish Gaelic beautiful
Traits: Irving calls to mind two different images: a stuffy, stodgy, and nerdy Ivy Leaguer, or a witty, talented, musical Jewish man reminiscent of Irving Berlin.
Irwin Traits: Irwin is pictured as a lonely, shy, and quiet only child who collects stamps and earns grades that make his mother happy. People say Irwin will grow up to be a highly successful, hardworking businessman.
<-- Woo, most unique name so far.. Irish gaelic? zomg

Origin Meaning
French I love
Traits: Jaime is a popular unisex name. A girl with this name is pictured as cute, sensual, and mischievous.
Form of James. (means One who supplants.)
<-- o.O First one in which the male/female versions have different meanings..

Origin Meaning
Hebrew God's gracious gift
Traits: No surprise! People think of Jane as plain. The name calls to mind the common, dependable, garden-variety girl next door; "Jane Doe."
<-- sad plain jane..
Janelle Traits: Janelle comes across as a thin, well-groomed, pretty blonde. She's a sweet, smart, and happy person who is either still in college or a professional woman.

Origin Meaning
Greek Form of Katherine. Pure, virginal.
Traits: People describe Katrina as a natural-born ballerina: slender, dainty, and graceful. She comes across as a sensitive, ladylike blonde with a rather aloof personality.
Origin Meaning
Hindi points of sacred kusa grass
Greek pure
Traits: People seem to think of Trina as a skinny ballerina with a ponytail who may be nice and easygoing or outspoken. Most think Trina is Spanish, though the name also suggest a Polish background. <-- Sacred kusa grass? omg, so cool.. haha.

Origin Meaning
Greek victory of the people
Niklas -> Swedish or german.. hmm
Traits: Thanks to St. Nicholas, most people think of Nicholas as cute, fat, jolly, and generous. Some, though, think of Nicholas as a spoiled, temperamental devil.
Traits: Most people picture Nick as a strong, swarthy gangster. Some, though, see Nick as a clever, suave good guy, like Nick Charles.
<-- woo, i mean victory.

Origin Meaning
Irish God's gracious gift
Traits: People think of Sean as either a small, moody loner, like Sean Penn, or a good-looking, adventurous, upper-class British sophisticate, like Sean Connery.
<-- Male form of jane. wahaha =p

Meaning: God's gracious gift
Traits: People think of Ian as a sophisticated, intellectual prankster--a Monty Python character, perhaps. Ian is pictured as a tall, thin Englishman who is likable but often labeled as a snob.
<-- Oops, forgot about you initially >.<. AND you have the same meaning as JANE AND SEAN OMG.
Female form of name: Ianna

Evil chinese names don't have meanings.. or at least, i can't be bothered to look.

Only other person possibly considered..
Origin Meaning
Old English from the bright meadow
Traits: People picture Shirley as a gray-haired version of Shirley Temple--cute, sweet, curly-haired, baby-faced, and overweight.
<-- You're from the bright meadow? Wooooo

Yay for random trivia post. Good to have general knowledge on random stuff

Sunday, 13 August 2006

some entertainment

heh heh. found this on some long ago entry. kept me laughin for a long time. haha.

happy birthday to nik!

Thursday, 10 August 2006

The Story (Part II)

Remember Part I? [His heart thumped in darkness but stopped in the morning ...]

...starting late noon, but flew free, enjoying the sunlight, but feeling the icy wrath of hell's fury, a cold unmatched by the cold jokes of ionic bears, notorious for smelling of chloroform and liking it. Sleepwalking sleighs plow the prairie slaughtering slow, sticky slugs seperately synthesising sweet savory sanguine snacks and smelling unknown substances like stuff smelled during chem lect and stuff smelled during celebrations which smelled similar to perfume, the kind especially well-liked by people who often like to eat, sleep, defecate and fartulate 24 hours a day, 7 times a second, never stopping except to do backflips and frontcrawl, sometimes making full use...

Friday, 4 August 2006

Of paradoxes, playing cards, and pink kangaroos.

Been a long while since I've posted any filler, and since I'm bored out of my mind, don't want to touch maths or chem, and basically have nothing better to do, say hello to filler #3

Writing fillers based on nothing does have its limits as I expect it would eventually become repititive and boring, and therefore this filler will have some form of nonsensical content, in which I will be contrasting and drawing a link between paradoxes, playing cards, and pink kangaroos, random words which I just thought of. If you were putting off anything important, now is a good time to do it, before you start reading this and waste 5 minutes of your life on my random ramblings <-- *gasp* alliteration! Which just gave me a thought, attempting to write long sentences of alliterations. If I can think of anything. So anyway, on to my main substantive - What exactly do paradoxes, playing cards, and pink kangaroos have in common? Firstly, they all start with the letter 'p', which is extremely coincidental and amazing. FYI, there are 26 letters in the alphabet, so therefore the chances of all three words starting with the same letters is equivalent to 1/26^3, or 1/17576, which has a smaller chance of happening then drowing in your bathtub (1/11289 IIRC). A quick google also shows its got rather similar chances to 'death by Exposure to animate mechanical forces', (1/17549). So be careful when you shower today, and don't drown while attempting to wash your hair, or getting strangled by the showerhead somehow.

So anyway, this shows that starting with the same letter isn't all that trivial a similarity, and is occurs rather rarely. Really. Regarding realistic remaining resemblences, <-- (woo, long alliteration), they all are linked to 42. First, playing cards. If you play bridge, the average number of points in a game is approximately 42, because 40 from point cards, and 2 from long suits. Therefore we can see that playing cards are so clearly linked to the answer. In fact, since the answer is 'the Answer', we should all spend more time playing cards instead of studying, I mean, what's the point of learning stuff which is ultimately irrelevant when you could be playing a game to learn more about THE ANSWER! Is not the ultimate aim of education and humanity to find the answer about the universe, life, and everything? And the answer's sitting right in front of it, it's just that the teachers are just too shortsighted to realise that playing bridge should be encouraged. The bridge game was invented by humans, an idea which was realised by our subconscious innate desire which manifested itself into the answer in the form of points! Therefore, bridge is the ultimate game which can solve all our problems. But I digress. So now we see clearly and undeniably that bridge is definitely linked to 42. So what about paradoxes? Well, it's fairly obvious. When you have a paradox, you must look for the right answer. The answer is often complex and difficult to grasp, which therefore means that it is elusive. Which therefore means it must be 42, because 42 is the answer to everything, so when you have a question it must be 42. So paradoxes are basically attempts to find the question to the answer, like those weird thingies you do in primary school where you're given an answer and you must come up with a question. So paradoxes are intrinsically linked to 42 as well, which proves undeniably that paradoxes are extremely similar to playing cards. So finally we have to look at pink kangaroos. Well, the answer is rather obvious. How many pink kangaroos do you know that exist? 42. You know, that one, that one, and those other 40. Or if you count in another way, it's that, that, that, and the other 39. No matter how hard you try to look at it, it always comes back to 42 (Disclaimer, if you do not have enough general knowledge to know of 42 pink kangaroos, you need to read more.) Finally, the final similarity which is glaringly obvious between all of them. Well, it's so obvious you probably don't really need me to tell you what it is. I mean, the moment you see these 3 words (okay, so it's not 3 words.. 3 phrases. Sue me.), you'll think of this similarity. Well, maybe you can't count it as a similarity since it's so obvious, but still, I'll just list it here for the heck of it. Just for the few of you which might not have figured it out. Ninjas. Yeah, I know what you're thinking. 'Obviously they're all related to ninjas =.=;;', but this wouldn't be complete without listing ninjas, so yeah. Won't bother trying to explain how they're linked to ninjas, since it's so obvious it's impossible to explain. It's like explaining why 1+1=2. It just is.

~nik, your resident spammer

Thursday, 3 August 2006


"Describe sights, sounds and activities outside my window."

"What I would like to see in my aged parents and grandparents."

Wednesday, 2 August 2006

The Story (Part I)

And the tale thus far.

It was a late night. Day was coming, but not the martians, because they were waiting for the sun to sleep before they dare appear. The old brown fox jumped for joy when he heard two germans talking about how goalkeepers and salads differ. French toast and syrup taste like rock and mud. Cool people roast salkins tenderly for breakfast! Firetoads prance around kaihui; icicles fell from the big blue duck with juicy tender drumsticks that taste like radioactive pink (like) the bee who ate them. Thus the bee chased Jane and settled on her hairband and wai lumn can't count, so she closed her eyes and started counting to five, slowly and deliberately, waiting for enlightenment by the great FSM but tomato sacrifices lacked. Thus pirates reigned supreme, along with the magical compass belonging to my dog your god, ruler protractor, sets square and GC. His heart thumped in darkness but stopped in the morning ...

Tuesday, 1 August 2006

Class chalet?

Class chalet anyone? i'm thinking of getting one after school closes for this year, and its good to book early yarh? in anycase, please pick one of the below
a)aloha loyang
b)downtown east
c)costa sands
d)east coast
e)sentosa (errrr)
f)any other suggestions?

haha btw if we're intending to go govt chalet we'd get discounts if the person is a civil servant or an ntuc someting. dunno what. can someone clarify and volunteer their parents :D ?

ok i'm sure some of u have seen these pics b4 le, but i still think they're a bundle of laughs. they actually have them pinned up on the staff room board lol.

Sunday, 30 July 2006

Anvil and Stirrup

Does anyone happen to have a HAMMER (toy one) to bring on monday? For the court case thing. =p

Saturday, 29 July 2006

Ice Cool

Hey everyone! Realised I haven't been contributing actively to the class blog, so let me dedicate my 2nd/3rd post ever on this blog to telling you guys about the Taiwanese guy whos on the immersion programme with me.

He has a really cool name: Ice. One of the first things I said to him was that "oh,你的名子超酷。我朋友也都这样认为。”Hahaha... actually the thing is that "Ice" was his own name. Apparently they had to come up with their own English names for this programme and he decided to call himself "Ice". Other exotic-sounding names in this programme include: Kendall (think Candle) and Only (你就是我的“唯一”).

Today was a really exciting day for me... remember I came to school for LEAPS... but I couldn't concentrate throughout as my mind kept drifting to what would happen in the afternoon when I see him... what would he be like? would our personalities clash? would he be too extroverted for me? or too introverted for me? what should i say to him? where should i bring him? what food does he like?

Oh and the ceremony where we met each other and exchanged gifts was damn nerve-wrecking... its like they call "no. 20 永春高中的甘家豪" and "华侨初级学院的罗凯恒".. and we went on stage to shake hands, hug and exchange presents (in that order), before going down to talk and have tea reception. Oh and the thing was, before the ceremony, the taiwanese were seated at one end of the audi and the Singaporeans were seated at the other end. then someone found out that it was arranged accordingly. ie. if i sit on the 1st row 3rd seat, my buddy would sit on the 1st row 3rd seat on his side as well. So we were all eagerly scanning the audi trying to see who our buddies would be. Then some people waved and etc. Although I knew who he was already I was still damn excited... the same thing happened to a lot of people as well, so there were lots of screw-ups when we went on stage (eg. some forgot to exchange presents, some forgot to bow, some went down the wrong way and so on).

okay i think i'll stop here. going to lau pa sat at 830 tonight to have supper with the rest of the people in this programme. Oh and after that I'm going to bring him to my st john friend's house to stay (my other friend is bringing his buddy too so it shouldnt be too 尴尬吧。。。"

cyA! he'll probably be attending his first lesson on tuesday with us.

And I'll be missing lessons all the way till noon on Monday...

-your assistant assistant CT Rep

Thursday, 27 July 2006

revival of class blog

hey nik and kh, thanks for the laughs!

i have seen the powerbook one before i think. very funny indeed. n00b scammer indeed. more details can be seen here:

what to talk about? scandals? random stuff? i dunno.

let's have a five word story. ok fine i think this is more suited for the class tagboard. so look there pls (:

rules: pls state your name when continuing the story. pls add '...' to the front and back for easy reading. apologies for the missing '...' for my first 5 words!

Tuesday, 25 July 2006


Funny prank thingy..

Tuesday, 4 July 2006


The class t-shirt designs are ready!

Possible colours:
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CHOOSE by commenting to this post, or drop me a private message!

If you don't choose, don't blame me if a colour that's totally not your choice is printed!