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I went out to One Utama Mall
The initial plan was to go out with Raihan only
But when I saw Helya on Yahoo! Messenger, I decided to invite her along
Because my chance to meet Helya is not always there

Raihan - My current classmate at INTEC
Helya - My former classmate at MRSM TGB

Of course, I was kinda worry if they couldn't get along
But both of them are very friendly, so there shouldn't be any problem


We decided to watch a movie
While Helya went to toilet, Raihan and I went to buy tickets
We agree to watch Bangkok Dangerous

After the ticket had been bought, I tried to call Helya, but she didn't answer the phone
So I guess her phone was left somewhere...

It was true after all, she left her phone in my car...
"Take the key and go lah"
Nasib baik la terjumpa dia tengah jalan...

and then we went to the cinema (of course)
we bought two bowl of popcorns
Helya ate 50% of both of it...
munching jer keje...tak boleh pegang popcorn aa ko nie!
(I ate 45% of it,hehe)

the movie ended, next to Big Apple
we bought 2 6-pieces (Helya-6,Me and Raihan-6)
aku makan tak habis gak...bagi kat Raihan...

About 6 pm, we all went back
In the car, I was teasing and picking on them
as a result, my left side of the body got hurt...ouch
Kena cubit ngan pukul ngan dua budak nie...

We rest at Helya's house for a while (to pray)
But then Helya's parents invited me and Raihan to eat with them...
How could I resist?
The foods seems very delicious, and the taste is way much better
Thanx Helya!

At McD Seksyen 2...
actually I promised my brother to buy him a popcorn
but I totally forgot (sorry)
So I changed with McShaker Fries...He crazy over it(me too)
Raihan still with me

Raihan drove my car (my mother's actually) from Helya's house to Akasia
Hidup lagi aku sampai sekarang
At this time, I had stomachache
really hurt
That's why she drives
Thanx Raihan!

Thanx to both of you,Raihan and Helya!
I had fun going out with both you
and you guys get along really well too
I appreciate that :)
My special thanks goes to Raihan~
Thanx a lot
and sorry too~


  1. ceh... makin + + + +
    la korg....

    aku balik rmh je, akak aku komen,

    "apesal awak makin kecik?"


  2. Hidup lagi aku sampai sekarang
    terasa nak mencarut pula di sini.
    hello, aku rasa kalau kau yg drive, ngn aku sekali dah mati agaknya. ada hati nak drive time tengah sakit perut. aku bawak 100 je okeh!

  3. fuhyoo..g date seh..keh3 :D sah nih.. ;p


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