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Sunday, January 10, 2010

Just another day...

So yesterday I went to meet up with KakYong at Putra Terminal (not the LRT terminal at Gombak, but the one at PWTC). Anyway... we met there in order to meet Cumi so that he could pass some stuff he brought from Kelantan to Kakyong.

While waiting, we explored that what's-it's-name shopping complex near the bus station. I really liked it. Yup. It was big and spacious, and it wasn't too crowded with people even on a Saturday. I dunno if every other day is the same, but the shops are pretty interesting. Interesting enough to make my sister (I am not going to mention which sister, she'll know who she is when she reads this, haha) spend RM 250+ on some things for herself. Imagine, huh? Although I have to admit the things she bought were pretty worth it - like this trench coat thingy that you can wear like a blouse which we got for RM50. The original price? RM 130. Really cool. Gotta go and check the store again someday - Ali Muslimah. Has all kinds of Muslimah clothing at really good prices. Next time I'll take a picture and post it up here.

Well after that we walked to OUM to meet Cumi and his little kiddy Sarahanis, and he took us for pizza (free lunch, yay!). Then we went our separate ways. My sister's plan was that we go to Masjid Jamek and Amcorp Mall after meeting Cumi, but unfortunately we exhausted our energy (and on her part some- or quite-a-lot-of money), so we just went back to her place. And yep, I slept like a log. What an exhausting day!

And today I came back to uia- and experienced what sardines in a can feel like squashed up in such a small space. Or how they probably feel like, since the sardines in cans are not actually alive but instead are swimming around in sauce waiting to be eaten. Do I sound rather cannibalistic? I suppose it should make me wanna turn vegetarian, but it doesn't. Anyway, there I was squashed in an LRT train full of people with nothing to hold on to. Fortunately I had my trusty old laptop bag squashed between some people behind me, so I managed not to fall down. Unfortunately I had one part of my face- the part with my nose conveniently sticking into someone's hair and the other part under some foreign Mexican guy's armpit. Eww... Fortunately it was only noon and most people were just setting out for some place, so the train smelled of perfumes and colognes and what-else. Thank goodness.

So that's another day passed. Two days in fact, and today's not even over. Tomorrow it's back to class(es) and back to learning. That's life, as it is.


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