Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Full stop

It has been haunted me for quite some time...and i haunted you guyz with this topic for a long time as well.. thanks for your companion and patience to listen to all sorts of junks regarding him recently..i know its boring, and i kept on talking about him uncontrollably during our conversation..please forgive me for that...wanted to apologize long time back but sometimes just don't feel that its necessary for me to say sorry...(Im not Kel...:p)

I was quite surprised about myself that i actually felt relieved...
thanks him for making himself clear about this rumour...
think about it, i may be a fool for those who knows the truth...but i can't make any changes on it..and i shall not regret about it. ...

lotz of question marks on your head? blur about what am i talking???
ask me in person then...:p

Never feel so guilty for telling lies...
I was joking with my friend that i will perform on stage for cultural events held in my college. I thought he knows that im lying seeing that we always bluff with each other, talking nonsenses...who knows he took it seriously and spread to others. They did plan to come and support...and this makes me feel sooooo sorry and guilty about i m thinking...maybe i should come out with something next year...:p
Should I?

Sunday, June 27, 2010


for the first time of my 22 years life..

i never feel so insulted.. by your words

those words had hurt me deeply
and you are the one whom i've never ever thought your words could have piercing through my heart.

why you want to look at things negatively and said such HARSH words?
why couldn't you look at things at my perception and rather than immersed in your own?

please, can we go back to those times where i could tell you anything i want without having to worry what your response is?

p/s: sorry that i'm not able to live up to your expectation, but i have my own life. and that's me.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

holding back

SOMETIMES, i have this tendency to hold back

(yes, i mean sometimes, not all the time)

things that i wanted to say..
sentences being arranged in my mind, prepared to blurt out, but at the very last moment. i kept them instead.

text that i wanted to send..
having the urge to text the person, typed them out..
at the very last minute, clear text without sending and that's it.

actions that i wanted to do..
should i do this? and that? hmm..
maybe better don't.

i tend to HESITATE.

sometimes i think i'm a rather impulsive kind of person but on the second thought, i'm not quite.
depending on situations

perhaps because i mind.
i mind and care how others think, about everything, include me.
now, i wonder is that a good point or a bad one? =/

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

For you.

Someone said we didn't update the blog for very long already.
Someone made this song stucked in my mind for a long time.

p/s: please practise this song well!!! don't let me down =P

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

该如何 继续让你宠

说 得再多 也是言不由衷


痛很深 伤很重
我的疑问 总是不断复诵

听 不懂 想不通
你的回答 永远都在跳痛

别再说 别再碰

我 是云 你是风

心已不跳动 还在痛

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

For Chocolate lovers..

chocolate could bring down cholesterol levels — but only in small amounts and only in some people, according to an analysis of eight studies.

Dr Rutai Hui of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College in Beijing and colleagues found chocolate only helped people who already had risk factors for heart disease and only when consumed in modest amounts.

Eating moderate amounts of cocoa could be “a worthwhile dietary approach” for preventing high cholesterol in certain groups of people, the researchers concluded in a report in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

The analysis came after several studies suggested that chocolate may be good for your health.

One study released in March showed that among 19,300 people, those who ate the most chocolate had lower blood pressure and were less likely to suffer a stroke or heart attack over the next 10 years.

But, like the new analysis, that research came with caveats; the difference in chocolate consumption between the top and bottom chocolate-consuming groups was around 6g, or about one-seventh of a Hershey’s milk chocolate bar.

Hui and his colleagues searched the medical literature to find studies that looked at how cocoa affected blood fats, or lipids, and found eight trials including 215 people.

When all studies were analyzed together, the researchers found eating cocoa cut levels of LDL, or “bad” cholesterol, by about 6mg/dL and reduced total cholesterol by the same amount.

But cocoa had no effect on cholesterol in the three highest-quality studies.

Further analysis showed that only people who ate small amounts of cocoa, an amount containing 260mg of polyphenols or less, experienced cholesterol lowering effects. People who consumed more showed no effect. Polyphenols are antioxidant compounds found in fruits, vegetables, chocolate and red wine. A 1.25-ounce bar of milk chocolate contains about 300mg of polyphenols.

The researchers also found that healthy people didn’t get any cholesterol-lowering benefits from cocoa, but people with risk factors for heart disease, such as diabetes, saw their LDL cholesterol and total cholesterol drop by around 8mg/dL each.

“Future research efforts should concentrate on higher-quality and more rigorous randomized trials with longer follow-ups to resolve the uncertainty regarding the clinical effectiveness,” said Hui and his team.

“Then we can really eat chocolate without feeling guilty.” — Reuters