Thursday, June 30, 2011

Durian Season in Penang

It it durian season in Penang and balik pulau offer you variety of durian for your taste.

I manage to asked my penang friend to drive me to balik pulau to sample the best penang can offer.

True to my expectation the durian was so damn good.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Money in life - True ?!

When without money, keep pigs;
When have money, keep dogs.

When without money, eat wild vege at home ;
When have money, eat same wild vege in fine restaurant.

When without money, ride bicycle;
When have money, ride exercise machine.

When without money, wish to get married;
When have money, wish to get divorced.

When without money, wife becomes secretary;
When have money, secretary becomes wife.

When without money, act like rich man;
When with money, act like poor man.

Man, O Man, never tells the truth:

Says share
market is bad but keeps speculating;
Says money is evil but keeps accumulating.

Says women are trouble-makers
but keeps desiring them;
Says high positions are lonely
but keeps wanting them.

Says smoking & drinking are bad
but keeps partying;
Says heaven is good but refused to go.

In the past, woman gives man their virginity;
Now, woman gives man their newborn baby

In the rural area, chicken calls man awake;
In the cities, man calls for chickens.

In the past, famous actresses will not
sell their bodies;
Now, actresses will sell
their bodies to become famous

What is life about?

At one, YOU are the top priority

At ten, academic excellence is the top priority

At twenty, getting laid is the top priority

At thirty, a good career is top priority

At forty, keeping your body in shape is top priority

At fifty, beating others at mahjong is top priority

At sixty, keeping IT up is top priority

At seventy, remembering something is top priority

At eighty, moving around is top priority

At ninety, knowing directions is top priority

At 100, having your portrait on the wall is top priority!

Wishing you all happiness! Be good !

Monday, June 27, 2011

Negara KITA tak cukup BERSIH kee

Mungkin semua orang ingat negara kita ne penuh dengan sampah sarap dan bau busuk sangat..
Mat salleh dia punya bersih sampai anjing pun dah pandah kutip najis dia, tu yang orang kita pun nak tiru tu
kalau dulu gotong royong mcm ne dah jadi rutin harian.. sekarang tak ada lagi sebab semua nak berarak nak bersihkan jalan....beribu-ribu tuuu
tak cukup nak bersihkan sampai mesin basuh pun dah rosak
so lu pikir la sendiri nak bersih kan ke tak..

sebab malaysia tanah tumpah darahku memang dah mengamalkan lestari untuk kesejahteraan sejagat lama dulu lagi..tak payah nak berarak-arak membersihkan jalan-jalan..

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Durian Lovers

For all those Durian Lovers, Know what you are eating.

Durians of Balik Pulau

In Penang, Malaysia, the best place to get good durians is in the town of Balik Pulau, on the southwest corner of Penang Island. Balik Pulau is a 30 minute drive over the main range and has a lot of durian estates.

A selection of branded durians in a plantation in Balik Pulau, the durian centre of Penang

Yah Kang (Centipede Durian)

Yah Kang is one of my favourite durians. Although its flesh is whitish, the taste is superb, milky, like very sweet, melting chocolate. The name "yah kang" means centipede, and accounts for the number of centipedes found at the foot of the tree, hence giving it the rather unusual name.

Xiao Hung (Little Red Durian)

Xiao Hung, whose name means "Little Red One," originates in Sungai Pinang, Balik Pulau. The flesh has a bittersweet taste to it, with a touch of sourness. The one that I tasted for this write-up is a bit hard. There are only one or two seeds per section, but the flesh is thick.

Ooi Kyau (Tumeric Durian)

The name Ooi Kyau (tumeric) describes the colour of the bright yellow flesh of this durian. It is very sweet and tasty.

Lin Fong Jiau

This durian is named after Lin Fong Jiau, aka Mrs Jackie Chan. I wonder whether it is indicative of the relationship of the celebrity couple, for Lin Fong Jiau is a bittersweet

Khun Poh

This durian takes the name of the late Mr Lau Khun Poh, who first budded it. Khun Poh has beautiful orangy flesh with a slightly bitter-sweet taste and a heavy aroma.

Hor Loh (Water Gourd Durian)

The flesh of the Hor Loh is very soft, dry and quite bitter. It has a sharp smell to it. Hor Loh was first cultivated at the Brown Estate of Sungai Ara. It got its name from its appearance resembling a "Hor Lor" pumpkin. If the durian hits the ground hard when it falls, the flesh tends to be bitter thereafter.


This durian is gets its unusual name because it looks like two durians joined together, one big and one small. When split open, you almost thought the two halves belong to two different durians. Coupling has whitish flesh which is slightly dry but tastes good.

Chaer Phoy (Green Skin Durian)

Chaer Phoy is shaped like a small canteloupe. The skin is bright green, giving it the name which means "green skin". Chaer Phoy has creamy white flesh which is a bit dry, not too sweet but tasty.

Bak Eu (Pork Fat Durian)

Bak Eu has a slightly acidic aroma. The flesh is whitish while the taste is quite bitter but nice.

Ang Sim (Red Heart)

Ang Sim is a durian with flesh which is quite soft and very sweet, and dark yellow in colour. It also has a nice aroma.

Ang Heh (Red Prawn Durian)

Ang Heh originates from Pondok Upeh, Balik Pulau, and has a round-shaped husk. The orange reddish flesh is highly aromatic, very soft with a bitter-sweet taste.

Ang Jin (Red Yoke Durian)

As the name suggests, Ang Jin Durian has deep orange flesh. It is very sweet and tasty.


The flesh is darker than D600, like chrome yellow. Also slightly hard. Crispy, but the smell is not very strong.


The D604 was first cultivated by the late Mr. Teh Hew Hong of Sungai Pinang, Balik Pulau. The flesh is quite sweet, and has some "body" to it as the seed is small


This durian originates in Sungai Pinang in Balik Pulau. The flesh has a bittersweet taste to it, with a touch of sourness. The one that I documented is a bit hard.


D17 is dark cream flesh. The taste is slightly dry but sweet. It is a tasty durian.


"Number Eleven" is a very popular durian in the 70's. It has creamy yellow flesh with a pleasant taste and a subtle smell.

Thursday, June 23, 2011



Partners help each other undress before sex.

However after sex, they always dress on their own.

Moral of the story:

In life, no one helps you once you're screwed.


When a lady is pregnant, all her friends touch the stomach and say "congrats".

But, none of them come and touch the man's penis and say "Good job".

Moral of the story:

"Hard work is never appreciated”

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

My Blackberry is not working

I copied this from my other blog because it is so funny to see how so called 'otai' describe technological term in fruits language

Monday, June 20, 2011

Winners of 2010 National Geographic Photography Contest

Enjoy some of the beautiful photographs....
16,000 photographs submitted from 130 countries entered National Geographic Photographs Contest 2010.

Some favourites were extracted for publishing. Scroll down to view the winning photograph.

Eruption of Gunung Rinjani, an active volcano in Indonesia
Winning photo taken by Aaron Lim Boon Teck of Singapore
Contest judge Joel Sartore said, “This image best represented the craft of photography.

Buddhist Monastery of Ki, Himalayas

Suradita Village , West Java, Indonesia - Playing with roosters

Oia Santorini , Greece

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

A BlackBerry, an iPhone and an Android device go for a swim – what to do when your smartphone gets wet

by Joseph Holder | 11 Jun 2011 

Water and electricity do not mix. All those electrical components and doodads inside your BlackBerry are carefully insulated… with air. Air is a wonderful insulator; it doesn't conduct electricity. Otherwise, we'd all get horribly shocked every time we went to unplug a lamp. Water conducts electricity; poorly, but it does. When your smartphone gets dunked in water, all those carefully insulated bits and pieces can short out and damage your BlackBerry.

So what is there to do if your BlackBerry (or other smartphone for that matter) gets wet? I'm not talking about a few sprinkles of rain; I'm talking full-on, dropped it in the river wet. Should you turn it on right away? Put it in the oven? Let it dry overnight? The folks over at Yahoo! News were wondering the same thing. Would any smartphone come back to life after going for a swim?

Yahoo! News tested an Android device, an iPhone, and our beloved BlackBerry by fully immersing the devices in water for a minute (I had to watch with my hand covering my eyes). The advice they give for what to do next is spot on. DON'T TURN ON YOUR BLACKBERRY. Sorry I had to go all caps lock on you there, but it's important. Turning on your smartphone after it's been in water could wreck it as all the water inside can create multiple short-circuits.

Allow the phone to air-dry, letting most of the water drain out. Pull your battery. Remember, that water is death to your powered BlackBerry. The potential for damage is greatly reduced if there's no power in the device. Next comes a tip that has been around for ages: bury your BlackBerry (and battery, SIM card, battery door, etc.) in rice. Plain ol' rice.

The idea is that the rice will draw out and wick away any moisture inside your device. Whether or not this is effective probably depends on a great number of factors, and may not work for all circumstances. What has never been in doubt is the build quality of your average BlackBerry. Of the three smartphones Yahoo! News tested, only one was able to power on after two nights in rice. Guess which one.
(Hint: it was the BlackBerry).

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