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Top 10 Most Annoying Things Other Drivers Do

Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Salam 1 Malaysia semua. Lama nya tak keudara huhu

ok... entry kali ni berjudul 'Top 10 Most Annoying Things Other Drivers Do'

well kita semua tahu kan macam mana gelagat pemandu-pemandu ni... baik yang memandu kereta, lori, bas, traler malah tidak terkecuali mereka yang menunggang motosikal. Macam-macam ragam yang boleh kita lihat. Kadang-kadang tu sampai merbahayakan nyawa orang lain. AND paling teruk perbuatan mereka ni sangat-sangat la 'ANNOYING'

Jom kita sama-sama share apa benda yang kerap and selalu dibuat oleh pemandu-pemandu yang dimaksudkan yang boleh dikategori kan sebagai 'ANNOYING'

1) Memandu Sambil Menggunakan Mobile Phone

Perbuatan ni lah yang paling lazim dilakukan oleh kita semua. kan? kan? kan? Waktu-waktu ni la kita dok sibuk call 'Mak kite' la, 'Bapak kita' la, 'Lover kita' la and macam-macam lagi. Malah time tengah memandu macam ni la mereka si pemandu yang tergolong dalam ni dok sibuk bertanya khabar. HAISH! Masalah betul. Memandu sambil menggunakan Telefon ni SANGAT SANGAT SANGAT la MERBAHAYA. Bukan setakat bahayakan diri sendiri, Malah merbahayakan pengguna jalan raya yang lain.



Malah lebih meng'annoying' kan (cewah.. ape punya bahasa la ni :P) dah la guna telephone waktu tengah memandu kenderaan. Cara pengendalian kenderaan tu sangat la MENYUSAHKAN orang lain. Memang percuma kena Sumpah Seranah orang lain gara-gara sikap mereka.
Contoh kelakuan :
  • waktu tengah memandu + menggunakan telefon ni... bawa kereta macam siput B*B*. Benda ni selalu terjadi, tak kira la kat 'Highway' ker Jalan Bandaran ker malah Jalan-Jalan Kampung. Duduk lorong laju kat highway tapi bawa kereta 60 km/h jer. Tak ker hangin orang lain. Kalo kat Jalan Lain (especially Jalan 2 lorong) pulak, bawak selembab yang boleh sambil bergayut. Kenderaan lain dah bersusun-susun dekat belakang macam Keretapi. Sangat lah menyusahkan orang lain HANYA KERANA SIKAP MEREKA INI!




2) Tidak Menggunakan 'Signals'




Habit untuk tidak menyalakan lampu isyarat ni, sangatlah meng'annoying'kan. Why? Because ia nya menyebabkan pemandu lain menjadi huru-hara, kelam-kabut, Bahkan lebih teruk lagi, menyebabkan nyawa pemandu kenderaan lain dalam bahaya. Mana tak nya, gara-gara mereka ni, pemandu lain boleh terlibat dalam kemalangan.

Lagi satu, sepanjang pemerhatian Fazril, 'Women Driver' selalu melakukan benda ni. hehe buka prejudice yer tapi kenyataan. lagi-lagi pemandu wanita muda @ Remaja lah. Kalau nak belok simpang, main keluar ja macam tut....
Contoh kelakuan :
  • Kita tengah layan dan sedap-sedap drive kete ni. then suddently, kereta depan tibe-tibe saje belok ker selekoh. Meaning that mereka ni dengan tiba-tiba break mengejut and posing. Off course kita selaku pemandu dibelakang ni SHOCK and terkejut. Kalo nasib tak baik alamatnya kereta depan tu memang kena sondol la dengan kereta belakang.



Ok. itu die 2 perkara yang 'ANNOYING' yang selalu dan kerap dilakukan oleh pemandu-pemandu kenderaan :). Next 8 lagi akan Fazril post kan kat entry berikut nya.

P/S jangan lupa Komen eh :)

5 Signs She Wants to Date You - By Alan Goldsher

Tuesday, July 12, 2011


In terms of figuring out how to comprehend a woman’s feelings about us when we’re trying to make the leap from “friends” to “friends who kiss,” men often overlook obvious signs. This is especially true for guys who’ve been burned in the past (and who hasn’t been?) who are wary about rejection. Maybe we’re not totally oblivious, but we often have a difficult time reading signals. So here are a few signs she’s interested in a kiss — consider them your green light to get closer.


1. The “let’s laugh” signal

David Wygant, author of
Always Talk To Strangers, is an excellent signal-reader. “If she makes you feel like a stand-up comedian, even though you’re not that funny, she wants to take it to the next level,” says Wygant. Similarly, Rosemarie of White Plains, NY, shares: “If I’m interested in a guy, I kind of tease him — I try to get a funny, bantering chat going. It shows that I’m interested in playing a bit of a cat-and-mouse game, you know? I’ll say something like, ‘I think you’re just making that up,’ or ‘Honestly now, has that line worked?’ but I say it with a big smile and eye contact so he knows I’m just joking.”

2. The tell-tale time sign


If you are friends with a woman and sometimes wonder if there might be more there, take heed of when and where she wants to hang out with you. If she wants to meet you for a quick workday lunch, chances are she doesn’t like you in the way you might hope. But if she asks you to meet her for a gallery opening in the evening or to see a movie with her on a Saturday at 8 p.m., she may be casting you in more of a boyfriend role. Says Shelly of San Diego: “I work with a lot of guys and admit to getting crushes on my coworkers from time to time. I’ll chat them up about new movies I want to see, and if one I’m interested in asks me out, I do what I can to make it at night on a weekend. That makes it so easy to grab coffee or food afterward and get to know each other on a more personal level.”

3. The body language clues

OK, so the odds of a woman reaching out to hold your hand while you’re flirting with her are slim to none. So how does she use her body to show you she’s interested? Jess from New York believes a woman’s gestures will send you the message. “Her body language will give her away — if a woman leans in toward a guy while he’s talking, mimics his body language, and maybe sneaks in a subtle touch here or there, these are pretty good signs that she’s into him. Obviously, he should get her phone number and actually call.” And how does a guy know if a woman isn’t interested? “If she is looking around the room while he’s talking to her and crossing her arms across her chest,” says Jess, “she’s probably not that interested. Also, if she tells the guy that he would be perfect for her sister or she suddenly brings up the fact that she’s been talking to her ex-boyfriend, there’s probably not a spark there.” The guy should just move on to a woman who is worth his time... or possibly take the uninterested woman up on her set-up offer.

4. The look that says “I like you”


A guy should also know what kind of eye contact is waving him in for a kiss. Direct eye contact that lasts more than a couple of seconds is a sign of interest, say the experts. And if a woman looks from your eyes to your mouth, well, things are in very, very good shape. “I don’t know if it’s conscious or not, but when I like a guy, I find my gaze wanders from his eyes to his mouth,” says Moira of St. Louis, MO. “It’s definitely a seduction move; it lets him know that I’m thinking about what it would be like to kiss him.” Gentlemen, if you’re getting that signal, this is another time you want to go ahead and get that phone number.

5. Taking the next step


Once we men realize a woman genuinely likes us, our minds are oftentimes so blown that we have no idea how to proceed. Fortunately, Wygant does: “Once she gives you these hints, you need to close the deal. Ask her to talk to you away from her friends or call her up on the phone and say, ‘You know what? I want to take you out for a nice dinner — just the two of us.’”

What if the object of your affection is a woman you’ve known as a friend for awhile? Over dinner, you have the talk, advises Wygant. “You say, ‘I’d really like to become more than friends. I’d like to start dating you. What do you think of that?’ At this point, she’s given you every single sign that this is the conversation she’s been dreaming about, and of course the answer is going to be yes.”

So it all really boils down to a two-pronged plan: pay attention and take a chance. If you focus your energy on the woman in question rather than on yourself or your surroundings (which is what you should be doing anyway), you’ll pick up more than you ever thought you could have. And if you disregard the very obvious signs — the laughing, the touching, the eye contact — and you don’t
go for it, well then, you must not be into her!


Visit his website at AlanGoldsher.com




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Pretty lies or ugly truth?

Thursday, July 7, 2011

By ; Kate Waterhouse


1. Rubbing lemon on your teeth will make them whiter. TRUE


This is true but it comes at a price. Cosmetic and implant dentist Dr David Dunn says the use of lemon on your teeth will make them look brighter and whiter but the citric acid in lemons wears away enamel. ''It will give you minimal benefit but it's highly destructive to the tooth enamel due to the high acid content,'' he says.



2. Toothpaste makes pimples disappear. TRUE


A nasty zit can be calmed by a dab of toothpaste but dermatologist Dr JoAnn See says don't expect long-lasting results. ''It will dry your pimples out because toothpaste is an anti-inflammatory agent,'' she says. ''It can reduce the redness if left on overnight and the results are usually evident within 24 hours. But it's not designed to stay on your face as a cream; it's supposed to be washed off, even on your teeth.''



3. The best way to grow your hair is to have frequent haircuts. FALSE


Your hair will grow at the same rate with or without a haircut. Hairdresser to the stars Jaye Edwards says: ''Having a lot of haircuts doesn't make your hair grow longer but it will promote healthier hair.'' Regular haircuts help improve the texture of your hair and get rid of pesky split ends.



4. Plucking grey hairs gives you more of them. FALSE


Tweezing won't give you any more grey hairs but it might make the hair more noticeable. ''Grey hairs will grow back and they will be more noticeable because it will be shorter in length than the rest of your hair,'' Edwards says.



5. Chlorine turns hair green. TRUE


Blondes beware, because this applies to you. It is actually copper residue in swimming pools, not chlorine, that turns hair green. ''Swimming in chlorine does make your hair go green and lighter hair is more prone as it's easier to grab the green and that's why it's important to shampoo and condition your hair every time you swim,'' Edwards says.



6. Cucumber relieves puffy eyes. TRUE


Forget spending a fortune on expensive eye cream as this actually does work. Sydney make-up artist Anya Fransman says turning to the vegie patch can work wonders. ''Cold cucumber slices placed over the eyes can help to alleviate puffiness simply because the temperature helps to constrict blood vessels, aiding in slowing down fluid retention,'' she says.



7. Shaved leg hair grows back thicker and darker. TRUE


Your genes determine how many hairs your body has but Melanie Corlis, from Bronzalicious, says constant waxing will make the hair finer. ''We recommend waxing as it removes the hair from the root and regular waxing will cause the hair to become finer and not as dark.''



8. Waxing your eyebrows makes skin sag. FALSE


If you find sagging around your eyes, it's from the ageing process, not waxing. ''The waxing is only working on the superficial layer of the skin, not the muscle,'' Corlis says.



9. Wearing nail polish turns your nails yellow. TRUE


Nail polish contains pigment that can stain the nails, with darker tones the worst offenders. One way to avoid this is to apply a clear base coat before you apply colour to act as a barrier. ''If nail polish is left on for too long, it can stain,'' Corlis says. ''We recommend to always use a base coat to prevent this happening as it protects the nail.''



10. Washing your face with soap is bad for your skin. TRUE


Not only can soap strip away all the natural good oils and sebum that keep your skin healthy but it can disrupt the skin's pH balance. ''Instead, choose a soap-free, gentle facial cleanser suitable for your skin type, making sure you use it morning and night, massaging it into the skin for up to 30 seconds,'' Fransman says.



Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/beauty/pretty-lies-or-ugly-truth-20110627-1gn3i.html#ixzz1RQg2VJMm


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Prepositions of Time: at, in, on

hello u'oll...

nk share... a lot of us selalu salah gune preposition ni... lg2 tuk masa n hari... today share... macam mana nk guna preposition... 'at' 'in' and 'on' dgn betul...

Prepositions of Time: at, in, on

We use:

  • at for a PRECISE TIME
  • in for MONTHS, YEARS, CENTURIES and LONG PERIODS
  • on for DAYS and DATES
atinon
PRECISE TIMEMONTHS, YEARS, CENTURIES and LONG PERIODSDAYS and DATES
at 3 o'clockin Mayon Sunday
at 10.30amin summeron Tuesdays
at noonin the summeron 6 March
at dinnertimein 1990on 25 Dec. 2010
at bedtimein the 1990son Christmas Day
at sunrisein the next centuryon Independence Day
at sunsetin the Ice Ageon my birthday
at the momentin the past/futureon New Year's Eve

Look at these examples:

  • I have a meeting at 9am.
  • The shop closes at midnight.
  • Jane went home at lunchtime.
  • In England, it often snows in December.
  • Do you think we will go to Jupiter in the future?
  • There should be a lot of progress in the next century.
  • Do you work on Mondays?
  • Her birthday is on 20 November.
  • Where will you be on New Year's Day?
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got it... pas ni JANGAN salah guna lagi tau :)





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