Jesus, take the wheel. Literally, Amen.
24 February 2012
Jesus, take the wheel. Literally, Amen.
22 February 2012
Cui in the morning :/ Looking best... Trying...
Not a fan of Salads...
This was the reason why I booked Top Table through the other dishes on the menu ain't to my liking. This main course did not disappoint. It was the sweetest and tastiest prawns I have eaten. I could easily pop 50 of those crunchy prawns into my mouth at a go! Wish I could have more. The fish was up to standard as well. Very good!
15 February 2012
Had the longest trashtalk with the beloved maincomms. I reflected. Guess, I have been so very selfish. No doubt if I had to go through this phrase again, I won't choose to change anything because my academics come first that's for sure, but I guess I just have to apologise for being selfish. Probably, I should have balanced my time more. Regretting to run or not isn't important anymore. From the start, Daddy already advised me not to because he said as much as I'm able to cope with my studies and ccas, being a Year3 is a fact and a Year3 means work load content-wise is much tougher. I should have listened. But, being easily psycho-ed by my ex-maincomms, I decided to take the challenge of re-running. Actually one of the reasons being they said 'it's okay to concentrate on your studies for that period of time, the others will understand', but I guess it may not be the same anymore. Not everyone will be able to understand, really. oh and fyi it's because when I was in last year's comm, I never ever complained that much abt studies and bsc reason being I felt everyone would say they have exams and projects as well. Then during the deciding talk to rerun or not, I mentioned that point and they said I was so silly, I should have told them and they would understand... LMAOZ, do you see where I'm coming from now? Hai *shakes head* Anyways, guess I'll just have to buck up & pick up my game... Next few events are major events and as the President, I'm the organiser. No choice but I have to do it, so I will do it! *prays*
08 February 2012
All the pics of us looking very cui, no image. Just get the project done! (Y)
FYI, check out the amt of books we borrowed, as usual one huge pile. I kinda find joy in going to the library at these last min hours, and dig out as much books as possible. #cheapthrills!
1) International Business Group Project
2) 2 major end semester papers, Managerial Accounting 2 & Law, worth 50% of the modules respectively
And, I'm taking my driving practical test next week. Through I'm really afraid I'll fail because there's no guarantee and once you make a mistake, it's immediate failure :( So hard to pass but so easy to fail. Tell me, what's the odds? Having said that, I don't want to fail because I've spent so much time and money at CDC. Ohmygod, countless times I've renewed my PDL, top up the driving account, cabbing to and fro there and basically the number of times I've been there ever since I signed up for a student account. That was about a year+ ago. Anyohhows, Wish me lucks!
01 February 2012
Cash Cab Asia makes its debut across AXN’s regional footprint of more than 96 million households across Asia.
Cash Cab Asia is produced by Active TV in Singapore, with its format owned by ALL3MEDIA. A three-time Daytime Emmy winner for ‘Outstanding Game Show’, Cash Cab was first devised by Adam Wood and produced in the UK. Since then, several adaptations have been developed in Canada, Australia, US and other countries.
Unsuspecting passengers board a taxi and are quizzed on their general knowledge as they go to their destination. It’s the only taxi ride where every ride is a thrill! Cash Cab Asia airs starting on October 18, 2011, kicking off with a double-episode premiere. This begins its Tuesday schedule at 7:35pm, first and exclusively on AXN.
The reality series is hosted by the effervescent and ever entertaining Oli Pettigrew (on the photo), whose quick wits and charming banter guarantee more than a laugh or two.
More than just a normal everyday cab/taxi
If you think this is the same as Amazing Race, think again. It might take a little goal setting and running but it is entirely different. The game starts once the passenger gets into the Cash Cab, where Oli lays out the rules of the game. With special focus on general knowledge pertinent to the region, as well as pop culture, the questions increase in difficulty as they go along and every correct answer wins them instant cash!
The first four questions nets them US$50 each, with subsequent questions pegged at US$100 each. The contestants can salvage their chances by making use of a “Mobile Shout-out” (by calling someone for help) and “Street Shout-Out” (just rolling down the window and asking a random stranger).Additional bonus questions include the ‘Double Or Nothing’, where contestants can opt to either double their earnings or maintain status quo; as well as the ‘Red Light Challenge’ which kicks into place at a red light once the contestants hit the US$200 mark. If the contestants answer the multiple choice question correctly, they get to double their earnings! There’s a catch though, for if the contestants utilize their three lives before they reach their destination, Oli will boot them out of the cab!
I remember how mystery it was... Got into the 'cab', I was shocked. I was thinking:
1) Why this cab got lights ontop?
2) Woah why our cab driver angmoh one, someone quite cute...