Sunday, November 30, 2008

Half a Set the Second

I am very free.

Quite obviously, it's edited xD

On a totally unrelated note, I just realized today that Soul Calibur III was actually in PS2 and not 3. Zomg -_-

Half a Set the First

Location will be disclosed at the final "Half a Set" post, but if you manage to guess it, erm good for you? xD

Order of pictures will be quite random, because I feel like it =P and and and, photos are unedited unless explicitly stated. Please expect to see the "edit" word many many times xD

I still lack the angle. Never mind, I'm still learning =D

For the record, this post has been edited and also suffered picture changes 4 times.

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Pictureless Post the Second

I have been playing Eff Eff Twelfth lately. Yes, very outdated I know. I abandoned it 100 years ago after playing it for 5 hours since I didn't like the modern-ish old theme and the gambits system, which I more or less hate less now. Somehow many people think it's cool to have medieval era clothes and weapons coupled with high-tech equipment, in this case airships. Star Wars used lightsabers and spaceships, and also with those 10th century clothes.

Roughly 30 hours of gameplay so far, and the main party's around level 30 -_- whereas the other 3 sad characters remained at 10, 12 and 17 respectively xD
Maybe if I play it for 99 hours I'll get to level 99. Too bad it doesn't work that way though.

I personally find the Judges' headgears really ugly. When I first played the game I thought they were fiends. Now that I'm through with the desert plot they look more like metallic versions of the Garif Race. Nothing like Humes. At all. This statement is not meant as an insult to non-Humes worldwide, universe-wide, and multiverse-wide.

I realllyyyy like Larsa('s Hi Potions and X-Potions), so much that I'm trying to do more Hunts before surrendering him to the mountains.

The end. Future posts will be shorter and shorter until I phase out the photo posts before updating with pictures again. In support of your bandwidth.

Friday, November 28, 2008


I have just realised that my blog eats up alot of people's connection, so I'm posting something here to hopefully push the picture posts away from the main page. Haha.

Reading Doraemon in English gave me a very weird feeling, I'm more used to the characters conversing in BM. It's more, erm, natural? I used to have quite a number of the comics you see (yess I used to buy original comic books from the bookstore), and ohya, I preferred Tora Aman over Ding Dong, and I also liked Wang a lot =D

Anyway, have you ever read the supposed endings? It's officially neverending, but some jokers decided to write their own versions of how the robot-cat-with-no-ears should die/live/revive/specky-dies-instead. I read just one, and I sort of liked it. Long time ago though.

This post is dedicated to Doraemon turning 39 years old next month.

...which doesn't make any sense, does it? I might as well just write this next month.

Which makes this random post #lostcount.

Anyway, I'm joining teh mass-mailing! Anyone with extra toy capsules pleaseeeee? I don't need the toy inside, I just want the capsule =D

Friday, November 21, 2008

Would You Like Some Crabby Patty?

Clara said something along the lines of "Ugh it's so creepy, he's selling his own kind" or something like that. My memory's not very good, forgive me if it's wrong.

Anyway, this post will cover our trip to Pulau Ketam last Tuesday.

Bound for Indonesia. Since when does DiGi have worldwide coverage? xD

Dunno why, but my shutter seemed to have a major disagreement with Wei Ning's eyelids.

Looks like a scene from a textbook

Yellow boost


It's not World Water Day. I think they do this everyday.

Dunno where did the trolley come from, since I don't recall them having any supermarkets there.

In a desperate attempt to make Crab Island look older than it actually is, I resorted to using a monochrome filter.

This was unintentional

There were many restaurants and grocery shops in Pulau Ketam. In fact, I'd say there were TOO MANY. And they all sell the same stuff -_-

We settled on one restaurant opposite another which said "YES! WE SPEAK ENGLISH!" and some other alien language.

I took some pictures of the food. Unfortunately, the crabs aren't recognizable in the crab photo and the prawns looked like a pile of sand in the prawn photo. The veggies and fish looked more normal though.

It's crab(s)



and fish. Fishy came last.

Highlight of the picture: the crab sculpture(?) mounted at the gate(?)

Probably the only shot I liked, but there's nothing special about it.

Somewhere along the way, I found myself a bunch of slaves helpful people

Somehow Ricky's always missing from the photos -_-

Photo by Bee Theng

Waiting can be boring indeed

My KTM ticket number! Nice right nice right nice right? =D

The end. Actually, I still have more, but I don't want to clutter up the place, so yeah.

Thank you Choo for being a great guide/host! =D