Wednesday, February 28, 2007


Hey here's a list of ideas I thought of. Some are quite ridiculous but oh well. I shall just list it out.

  1. Do not litter everywhere. ( I have photos showing that several mountains I climbed have a lot of rubbish.)
  2. Recycle more often.
  3. Do not pollute the air, river.
  4. Do not kill or capture innocent animals.
  5. Join societies or organisations that conserves the environment.
  6. Go mountain climbing or camping to personally feel the nature.
  7. Be a good citizen. Love your country and everything in your country.
  8. Educate the younger ones. Let them know the importance of conserving the environment.
  9. Set up blogs or websites like this to spread the importance of protecting the environment.
  10. Do not simply waste natural resources given to us.

The Environment

This is the first time I am blogging about the environment. What accually is the environment? The environment to me is the natural resources given to us by God. For examples, the forest, beautiful flora and fauna, the ocean and many more.

Although some of us did not experience it but we all know that things aren't the same anymore. The environment is getting threaten by us humans. Why do I say so? People are now chopping down trees or deforestation for development. This is not only a threat for us but also the plants and animals living in the jungle. Their habitat is being destroyed by humans. What a shame.

Many organisations has been set up to protect the environment but nothing is going to help if people still do not realise the mistakes they had made. I will be quite impossible for us to do anything if they don't change their mindset. Oh God what can we do?

QUITE impossible. But not entirely impossible. There is still hope as long as we work hard to protect the environment. I myself love nature very much. I occasionally go for mountain expedition and stuff like that. What I am disapointed is that most of the mountains I had hiked are filled with all sorts of rubbish. From bottles to shirts. Everything you can imagine. And once half way climbing up a mountain, me and my friends went through an empty land which has already been deforested by some jerks. The land before was filled with beautiful plants and trees. What is happening to the world? Or lets say why are we humans doing all these?

Examples of organisations set up to protect the environment are World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF) and Malaysia Nature Society (MNS). This two groups and actively involved in protecting the environment. I hope in the future I will have the capability and support to set up such organisations. That is one of many wild dreams. Not it is not impossible! It is really saddening to see that not many people are concern about the environment anymore. Hopefully these people will realise and act to protect the environment.

Do you have anything to say about the environment? If you do feel free to send us an e-mail on your review to or post a comment here. Your review or comment will be posted in this blog with your agreements.


Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Vote for us!

Hey we have join a online competition organised by Metropolitan College. They are organising this in conjuction of their 20th anniversary!

So vote for us at!

Monday, February 26, 2007

New Year New Hope!

Hey everyone! I'm back after a week of Chinese New Year holiday. So now I am full of energy to do more good deeds! All of you should do the same too. Always remember that there are many people who are not as lucky as us. Especially at this festive period we shouldn't forget the unfortunate ones.

Help them in whatever way you can. For example visit orphanages/old folk's home and etc.

As this week we still celebrate Chinese New Year, I would like to wish all who celebrate CNY a HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR and MAY ALL OF YOU HAVE GOOD HEALTH IN THE YEAR OF BOAR! And also always think of other people. Don't be self centred!

May This New Year Bring Us New Hopes and Happiness!

Will be back with more updates.

size 12 is not fat either.

i'm 29.
you serious? but you was 27 last time.
29. no. i'm serious.
wtheck. you're kidding.
no. i'm not.
god. you gotta stop eating man.

that conversation happened in the fitting room.

you get me now?

Flip through any teenage magazines these days, OH, how thoughtful of them, they've definitely included pages of how kids these days are trying to be stick thin, how girls these days stuff up toothbrushes into their throat, how guys take steroids and well, the list go on. sometimes they even throw in a bonus : " Ways to manage your diet" and " Best organic restaurant to go to " not to forget " Shops where you go to where's you'r a XXXXL" *roll eyes*

its pretty ironic you know, seeing that well,
they've also included 6895 full pages of stick thin model prancing in their oh-so-dainty outfit.

lets face it. the world don't like big people. now who do we point to?


Who do we blame when girl stuff their fingers into their throat?

The world can be so oblivious sometimes towards the discrimination they channel around. Everyone's so busy trying to impress each other, they forgot the fact that no one is perfect. Of course, to say that i have no care about what the world thinks of me, i would be a liar. Everyone wants to fit in.

and some people go to dangerous steps to fit in.

" hey. i can be stick thin too. i'll just starve myself to 5 days. or maybe i'll just feed myself on mineral water. "

Some people felt that they have no way to fit in.

" aiya. who cares la. i memang fat already what! Fat ma fat la! "

its pretty saddening seeing how hard some people try to fit in sometimes. Its even more horrible to see those so called " oh-so-perfect-looking " people stuffing their fingers down their throat.

and you know whats worst?
people who just can't accept that they have flaws within themselves and others.

the next time you're gonna stuff the finger down your throat,


what the hell am i doing this for.

realization begins within self.
if you're not gonna help yourself, no one could.




message for my blog readers :
* the guy in my class is an exception. u know who i'm talking about. one thing. People won't exactly discriminate you if you weren't such a bastard in the first place.


Sunday, February 25, 2007

the environment.

im back. and honestly, i have no idea what to blog about.


wait, idea coming. the environment.

yeah, i know that this is a charity blog.

but there's no harm in adding environmental issues right?

so, in this post, i'll blog on some of the problems we face today.

and i know that this sounds real boring. so?


global warming. green house effect. thinning of the ozone.

honestly, i have no clue on the differences between these three problems.

however, i do know that one has to do with the burning sun, the melting of ice at the north pole, the hole in the ozone, and so on so forth.

i also know that we dont want them to go on any longer.


we are running out of natural resources.

do you want to live on other planets in the future?

no seriously, do you?

okay fine. maybe some of you do.

erm, never mind.


let's move on then.


pity the trees la!

or pity the earth!

it's like plucking out your hair strand by strand!

doesn't that make you go *OUCH!!*?

imagine what mother nature is going through.


open fires and bush fires.

again, imagine.

setting your head on fire.




that's more like it.


what else you ask?


most people hate it.

and yet, most people do it.


people just dont care.


"i care for what?!"


okay, i admit. this post isnt very informative.

just wanna update the blog for the sake of...

updating the blog la.

what else?

playing with colours and fonts is FUN !!

anything else?




Friday, February 16, 2007

wishing you and your family a happy chinese new year.

heeellooo everyone :)

gong hei fatt choi! :D

things to do this CNY
  1. Make someone happy. and by that i don't mean to sing " dong dong dong chiang " with a big ass microphone infront of their house at 2 am in the morning.
  2. Wish someone u dislike a happy chinese new year. note : HAPPY. don't chunk your fist into their mouth while doing so, please.
  3. Don't stop by the road side blocking everyone just because u wanna copy the number of that car that banged into the traffic light for your 4D.
  4. Spend more time in the kitchen, rather than infront of the tv.
  5. Don't scowl at that kiamsiap aunty just coz she gave u RM1 in the ang pau. atleast it isn't one cent!
  6. Don't tie your neighbour's dog to the firecrackers. no. not even their cats.
  7. Don't set yourself on fire. it kinda hurts.
  8. Don't be a blockhead and wear black infront of your 89 year old grandma.
  9. Don't jump inside the car. You might freak the person behind you.
  10. Eat and exercise. except if you don't mind dying early. Don't give me the emo ness please.

CNY is the time to release all your grudges and ask for forgiveness.

afterall, its a brand new year. :)

PS : its really rude to get someone's name wrong in your written Happy CNY card.


Thursday, February 15, 2007

Have a Blessed Chinese New Year! =)

Chinese New Year is just around the corner... However, this is the time we should spend with our family and relatives. It can be fun, collecting "and pau's", visiting relatives, but Chinese New Year is not just about the gifts and fun. Its more of spend the most time possible with your family.

I just realized that last year when my grandpa was admitted into the hospital at Chinese New Year Eve and passed away somewhere in the middle of the holidays... So we think these kind of things will never happen to us, furthermore, its during a festive season.. So nothing bad will happen, but we can never predict the future, we will never know what could happen next. So I urge all of you guys to cherish the moments you have with your family and relatives, as you never know when will be the last time you will be seeing them...

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Happy Valentine's Day

It's February 14 today. That means it's Valentine's Day. While most people are celebrating this occasion with their loved ones, there are people out there alone, not even knowing the date.

Okay, maybe I was over exagertaing. But my point is, there are people out there who need our help. They are lonely, and possibly homeless. Us, being normal and capable citizens should be doing our part to help them!

Spending time with them, or even providing moral support to them. How do you do that you ask? Easy. Visit one of the many Homes in Malaysia. Be it Old Folk's Homes, Orphanages, or even the Home of the Disabled. Take your pick and go for it!

Spread The Love!!


Next, the case of the girl who requires your help. Yes, YOU!! She is in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Subang Jaya Medical Centre (SJMC) at the moment. All she needs is blood of negative, preferably B-.

For further information, the contact number is 016-9774557. Also, we would also really appreciate it if you could forward this message around to your friends and family, asking them to do so as well.

Thank You!!

Sunday, February 11, 2007

ACCA Charity Drive

ACCA member Candy contacted us inviting us to do some voluntary work just recently.
Event : Charity Drive
Organizer : ACCA
Date : 10.02.2006
Time : 10am - 5pm
Venue : Wisma Denmark Parking Lot
Objective : To Help The Johor Flood Victims
Yesterday, Philip, Shern Yang, and myself arrived at the Dang Wangi LRT station at around 3pm. We went straight to the location of the charity drive. It was easy to spot as there were tents/canopies set up there.
And so, we made our way over and introduced ourselves. We were brought up to the 27th floor of the Wisma Denmark building to the ACCA office in search of Candy/Hannah.
They were both not there, so we went back down to the site. We were given mandarin oranges and bottles of water by the other ACCA members who were present. One of them helped to take this photo of us.

L-R : Ping Chien, Shern Yang, Philip Yong.
As there wasn't much that we could do at the time, we just chilled. I went around taking some photos.

ACCA - The largest and fastest-growing international accountancy body in the world.
Boxes of donation items collected by the ACCA.

Some of the ACCA members at the charity drive.

The Kuala Lumpur Tower at 421m.
Philip and Shern Yang chilling.
The lorry is finally here. So enough relaxing and all.. Let's get to work!!
An ACCA member at work.
In red are Hannah and Philip - helping to tape the boxes.
Ping Chien and Shern Yang taping up a box.

Philip passing on boxes to be loaded onto the lorry.

Ping Chien helping to transfer mineral water to the lorry.

Shern Yang passing a box to be loaded as well.
Philip went onto lorry to help out.
Ping Chien lifting box up to the lorry.
Shern Yang lifting a box up to the lorry too.
Struggling to get a huge box of can food up to the lorry.
Shern Yang and Ping Chien helping to take down the tables.
In white is Candy helping ACCA members.
That's the last of those boxes.
The trio resting after loading the boxes onto the lorry.
The lorry driver chillax with his wife who's in the lorry.

After loading every single box into the lorry, we lingered around the area for a while. ACCA member Seri presented each of us with an ACCA 2007 Planner as a token of appreciation. We then said goodbye to the ACCA members and made our way back home via LRT.
At the end of everyday, rays of sunshine and hope shines on the land below.

Thursday, February 08, 2007

it never kills to do charity.

hey, be nice. do charity.
dude. u're kidding me man. those people. they deserve what they get.
what do you mean?
Its karma. God wants them that way, suffered and tortured. I'm not gonna help them
you're mean.
I'll sue your for verbal abuse.


do u think that way?

so if a person is born dumb. God wants him that way. and we shouldn't help him?
so if a person is born stupid. and if God wants him that way...

whats the whole point of schools?
waste bricks. waste paints. waste time. waste our fun hormones. waste paper.

the same concept applies here.

school is built to help enlarge our brains. in other words, not to make you stupid. just imagine how retarded we'll be without the school. sure enough, its not exactly the happiest place on earth, but don't deny that they had helped u in a way.

same thing.

Get going with charity helps the misfortunates. sure enough charity isn't the most fun thing to do. i mean, heck. trying to get jumping cats off your tee or cleaning babies diapers ( trust me they don't smell good ) ain't THAT fun.

but the act of charity. no matter how big or how small. is a very noble act.

please. if you're not the helping kind, atleast don't stand by the side and go
" HAHAHAHAHAHA. sucker! " while doing the congga dance.

thats pretty mean.



be blessed with what you got. don't ask for more.
don't ask what the world owes you. ask what you owe the world.

the world don't revolve around you.

so get moving.

your help today might come back to you one day.
no man can live on one hand.



Wednesday, February 07, 2007


Dear Friends,

ACCA will be organising Charity Drive 2007 in aid of relief assistance for victims from the recent flood devastation in Johor. This special event is organised by ACCA Student Ambassadors (SA) in collaboration with the Malaysian Red Crescent Society (MRSC) to organise contributions for the MRSC relief fund. The charity drive also aims to encourage awareness on social responsibility among ACCA members, students as well as the public at large in the hopes of providing financial and relief assistance to people affected by the recent flood.

The event will be held at ACCA Malaysia office as follows:

Date : 10 February 2007 (Saturday)
Time : 10.00 am - 5.00 pm
Venue : Open Carpark of Wisma Denmark, No.86 Jalan Ampang
50450 Kuala Lumpur
(next to Dang Wangi LRT station)

We welcome donation in cash and kind. Please find example of basic necessity items that would be useful for the victims, which includes the following:

Perishable Food: rice, instant noodle, milk, Milo, Nescafe, Nestum, Horlicks etc.

Canned Food: chicken/mutton/beef, sardines, sugar, coffee/tea (dust), biscuits, salt, cooking oil, mineral water etc.

Non-perishable Food: sanitary pads, diapers, toothpaste, toothbrush, towels, soap, detergent, Dettol, slippers etc.

Medicines: metronidazole, c.penicillin, ciprofloxacin, anti-emetic - metaclopramide, antidiarrhoeal - lomotil, paracetomol tablets/suppository, voltaran suppository and antibiotic eye drops etc.

School & Household Items: school bags, uniform, books, stationeries, brooms, mops, stoves, rice-cookers, plates, cups, eating utensils etc.

All cash contributions are tax-exempted and are to be made payable to:

"Malaysian Red Crescent Society" or Maybank A/C No - 5144 2210 3788 or call Tel: +603 - 4257 8726, Fax: +603 - 4257 3537 (Operations Room) for details.

Tax-exemption receipts will be issued on the day of the event.

For further details, please contact me or the following Student Ambassadors:

Mr Selvakumaran Selvanathan at 016 971 1244 or email

Ms Shanthini Parama Dorai at 016 936 9317 or email

Ms Candy Moy Hui-Wan at 012 299 9380 or email

Don't forget to spread the word, bring along your family and friends to participate in ACCA Charity Drive 2007.

See you there!

Hannah Ramsamy
Executive - Education & Services
ACCA Malaysia
27th Floor Wisma Denmark No 86 Jalan Ampang 50450 Kuala Lumpur

tel: +(603) 2713 5051 x 20
fax: +(603) 2713 5052

This is a E-mail sent to me by Ms Candy Moy, a Student Ambassador of ACCA Malaysia. This is yet another charitable event organised by the youth of Malaysia. I am really happy to see that more and more people are coming forward to help out those who are less fortunate. KUDOS TO ALL! So now please support this event. I will definately be there!

Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Charity Project (Johor Flood Victims) : Follow-up

"Donation Campaign For The Flood Victims Of Johor"
Yesterday, three of the commitee members accompanied two teachers to the Malaysian Red Crescent Society Office/HQ.

Before departing : Photo at school foyer.
L-R : Sue Yen, Puan Tang, Puan Zulaiha, Shirley Peh, Ker Shin.

Entrance sign : Malaysian Red Crescent Society Office/HQ.
In Bahasa Malaysia/Melayu : Ibu Pejabat Persatuan Bulan Sabit Merah Malaysia.
Commitee members at entrance of MRCS office/HQ.
L-R : Sue Yen, Shirley Peh, Ker Shin.

Handing over of donations (RM4456) to MRCS.
L-R : Encik Fauzan Mohd Noor (Finance Manager of MRCS), Ker Shin, Shirley Peh, Sue Yen, Puan Zulaiha, Puan Tang)
Receiving the Certificate of Appreciation.
L-R : Encik Fauzan Mohd Noor, Shirley Peh, Ker Shin, Sue Yen.

MRCS Ambulance.
Commitee Ker Shin and Shirley Peh.
For those of you out there who would like to find out more or contact the Malaysian Red Crescent Society (MRCS), you can do so by dialling 03-42579211. I'm positively sure that they would appreciate your support.
Reminder to readers : Reach our to the girl who needs your help. Please refer to the post entitled "Girl in need of blood. Please help." (Sunday, February 04, 2007).
Thank You.

Monday, February 05, 2007

if everyone cared.

Nickelback If Everyone Cared Lyrics

From underneath the trees, we watch the sky
Confusing stars with satellites
I never dreamed that you'd be mine
But here we are, we're here tonight

Singing Amen, I'm I'm alive (I'm alive)
Singing Amen, I'm alive

If everyone cared and nobody cried
If everyone loved and nobody lied
If everyone shared and swallowed their pride
Then we'd see the day when nobody died

And I'm singing Amen I, Amen I,
I'm alive Amen I,Amen I, Amen I,
I'm alive

And in the air the fireflies
Our only light in paradise
We'll show the world they were wrong
And teach them all to sing along

Singing Amen I, I'm alive (I'm alive)
Singing Amen I, I'm alive

And as we lie beneath the stars
We realize how small we are
If they could love like you and me
Imagine what the world could be

If everyone cared and nobody cried
If everyone loved and nobody lied
If everyone shared and swallowed their pride
Then we'd see the day when nobody died

We'd see the day, we'd see the day
When nobody died
We'd see the day, we'd see the day
When nobody died
We'd see the day when nobody died

need i say anymore?


Sunday, February 04, 2007

Our New Blog Skin.

Attention/Reminder: Please help the girl if you're capable of doing so! [previous post]


Hey people. As you all have obviously noticed, the skin of our Charity-Blog has changed. Drastically. White ---> Black.

So, we would like to hear from you guys. What do you honestly think of this new skin? Does it suit our blog? Does the old skin suit our blog better? We want and we need comments from you people!!

Lastly, I would like to thank all of you for your incoming comments, ideas, or suggestions.

UPDATE : Blog skin had been converted back to the old one.

Girl in need of blood. Please help.

This afternoon, I received a text message from a friend of mine asking me to forward the message to people I know. I already forwarded it to a number of people. On top of that, I'm posting it on this Charity Blog in hopes that more poeple will read about it and possibly help out.

Well, my friend's friend is in the Subang Jaya Medical Centre (SJMC)'s Intensive Care Unit (ICU) right now. She needs someone to donate blood to her. Any blood of negative or B-.

The details of her condition are unclear. However, if you do have the right blood type and would like to help her out, the contact number is 016-9774557. Any form of assistance is very much appreciated. If you don't have the right blood type but would like to help her as well, you can do so by forwarding this message to your family and friends.

Thank you.

Idealist Start-Up Meeting

Hey! Action Without Borders is a non-profit organization that connects people, organizations, and resources to help build a world where all people can live free and dignified lives.

During the week of February 5 - 11, people from all over the world are having start-up meetings, whereby like-minded people who're passionate about making a positive change around them, get together and talk about issues they are passionate about, and brainstorm for ideas. Here's the link to it.

Reading your blog, I'm feeling confident that there are A LOT more Malaysian youths who are passionate about volunteer work and all, they just don't know where to start.

A start-up meeting for young Malaysians would be the solution! An entire group of passionate young Malaysians could get together, talk and discuss about issues affecting the world around us, and we could come up with ideas to make a positive change.

This message was sent to me by Chooi Yen, a member of Idealist. She has organise a Start-Up Meeting for the youths of Malaysia. Practically in Selangor or KL area. I find that this meeting will be very successful with the help of all youths out there. So come share your thoughts are may the world be peaceful. You Can Make A Difference!

Below are the details :-
Date: February 11, 2007
Location: Starbucks Coffee (G88) @ The Curve, Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Start time: 3:00pm
End time: 5:00pm
Organizer: Chooi Yen

So if you are intrested please register here or E-mail Chooi Yen.

We youths can do a lot to help the nation. So I hope all of you will support this event. THANK YOU!

Volunteering effort

Hey all.

If there are any organizations or NGO who needs volunteers to help out in any kind of charity event or environment conservation please inform us by our official E-mail Address.

Below are a few details :

DAY : Preferably WEEKENDS.
TIME : Anytime of the day.
Duration : Preferably 4 to 5 hours. Negotiable.

WE from Charity Blog are willing to help out in any way to help conserve the environment and to help those who are in need.

Thank You.

Saturday, February 03, 2007

To have a Heart. <3

What does it mean to have a heart? Yeah, having that organ which pumps blood throughout your body in the form of oxyhaemoglobin which will be bright red in colour so that your body cells can carry out cellular respiration to perform the specific tasks that they're supposed to just so that you can stay alive.

No, seriously. What does it truly mean to have a heart? Having that organ keeping you alive doesn't really mean anything. Not if you're not making a difference in this world. Not if you're not making a difference in this world, knowing that you are capable of doing it. Even if it's just a small difference. It is still a difference. A good one.

So, how can you actually make a difference in this world? Note: when I say world, I don't mean something huge, something global or international. It could be a slight difference in your very own neighbourhood or something. And when I say difference, I mean a good difference.

Back to how you're gonna make a difference. I'll start by telling a 'story'. Well, I was watching television just now. Channel ntv7. There was this chinese programme called 'Finding Angels'. I used to watch it for quite some time, but not anymore. Anyway, I managed to watch the ending of this week's episode.

It was on this old man whom I think is living in Taiping Perak. Why do I think so? Well, this is the story. He is poor. Meaning his family is poor as well. During the interview, there was this girl beside him. If I'm not mistaken, it was his daughter. The host of the show was asking him : Where have you brought them (his grandchildren I suppose) to? His answer was : Taiping Zoo, Lumut, the docks - all nearby places. The host asked him : I heard that you have been planning to bring them to the Parliament Builing. Why haven't we heard any news about that all this time? He replied : There are problems - organizing it as well as financial problems.

This kind old man just wants to bring his grandchildren down to Selangor to visit the Parliament Building in hopes that they'll be able to learn more in life. However, he is incapable of doing so due to his financial status. So, if you're interested in helping him out, you can e-mail 'Finding Angels' at

There are many other people you can help out. Our beloved country, Malaysia. Every now and then, you'll see a guy on the sidewalk begging for money. Most people will avoid him or ignore him. Some people would give 10, 20 cents, or even RM1 or RM2 to that guy. Why? It's either out of pity, or just so that he won't keep bugging you. Some people might even donate because they are truly kind at heart, and would like to help him. This is the right way to donate. With sincerity.

The guy may be perfectly healthy and all, but if you are truly kind enough, donating to him isn't a problem, of course. What about those people who are disabled, lying on the road in the middle of the way when you visit the night market? Pity them? Donate to them. However, you must NEVER fall for those fakers out there.

Situation : On the street, you come across a monk. He looks kind, gentle, and peacful. He's wearing orange robes. In his hands is a bowl. He walks up to you or you walk towards him. And in that bowl, you see coins and notes - money.
Solution : Walk away. Real monks never ask for cash donations. They ask for Arms, or Danna - mostly in the form of food. NEVER cash.

Okay, I'm going way off topic here. Supposed to be about having a heart and how to make a good difference. So, have a heart! Help those truly in need. How to make a difference? Simple.

Just contact us and get involved in any of the charity projects that we will be planning and organizing throughout the whole year. If you have any ideas or suggestions, just tell us about it. We would appreciate that very much. We'll work it through and carry out a charity project, our charity project, together.

Once more, I would like to stress on how important and appreciated your thoughts, comments, ideas, suggestions, as well as support are to us.

" Have a Heart !!"

Thank you.

Friday, February 02, 2007

1 cent.

lazy laaa. no inspiration.

* 5 seconds later *

omg. you're about as bad as philip.
blog about whatever's on your mind la
i'm currently thinking of chee cheong fun
well. relate charity and chee cheong fun together! make up a story!


so i shall try.

there's this stall in Jalan teluk bagaluhu selling chee cheong fun and giving its profit to a nearby orphanage. the person in charge, mr lim wee teck, even gives out free chee cheong fun every 3 months to the orphanage. he's an awesome man. he won the nobel chee cheong fun award. end of story.

-- the above story is fiction---


Please refer below to this particular post * the one with alot of pictures *

LET ME TELL U SOMETHING. oh look at the people inside. they're all so happy lada lada lada. even i'm smiling.
but let me tell u something.

no seriously.

top ten excuses i've heard since collecting money for the flood victims.
and if any of u still haven't figure out by now, yes. i'm yan yun. eesh.

10. i left my money in class. this is pure classic.

9. i donated there! * point in some random direction with really big wide eyes as though i just said GIVE ME YOUR KIDNEYS! *

8. I TAK ADA MONEY LA/ BO LUI/ I PO KAI * while holding a big plate of chee cheong fun with extra fishballs*

7. I DONATED YESTERDAY LA! * extremely loudly like some beca ah pek *

6. they didn't even talk to me. they ran away when they see me 1000 km away.

5. here. here. i donate. * held out random money from the box and put it back again * * applause for self * super sweat case.

4. why u keep asking me for money wan ah?

3. you be happy i didn't rob u weyh!

2. they will survive wan la. sure! sure!

1. siao. for what i wanna donate.


but its okay. I SHALL TOLERATE FOR THE SAKE OF CHARITY! * toleransi toleransi toleransi *

but its the thought that counts. :) so if u donated, YAY U!

but still. please la.

can your thought be a little eensy bit more than 1 sen?

this post has no means to offend any 1 cent -derma-ers.