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Keluar Jugak Dari Rumah

Hari Selasa lepas ialah hari first aku keluar rumah yang bukan dengan family. Irshaad datang Shah Alam lepas dia hantar ayah dia ke LCCT, dan bawak aku pergi makan kat Restoran Khalifah (aku yang suggest + tunjuk jalan pun haha). Then pergi Plaza Masalam, beli charger untuk 3DS since charger yang bawak daripada US takleh nak pakai kat sini.

Hari nie, aku keluar pergi rumah Naqib after dia complain yang TV dia takleh nak detect PS3 dia. Boleh bayang aa kecuakan dia haha. Aku bawak PS3 aku sekali, and turn out PS3 aku ok jer pasang kat TV dia. So dengan mencuba beberapa trick, PS3 Naqib akhirnya boleh dimainkan seperti biasa (aku tak rasa pun korang berminat nak tau macam mana aku buat haha). Then kitorang pergi Sunway Pyramid dengan mak Naqib n kawan dia, Hafizuddin. Naqib nie nak beli modem Wi-Fi so that dia boleh main game online dengan lagi best, tapi after dah pasang semua, nampaknya macam nak return aa modem tuh. Sedih jer bayar mahal2, nasib baik boleh dapat refund dalam masa 7 hari. Owh, Naqib beli P1 WiMax.

So best jugak la hari nie dapat keluar rumah bawak keter :D InsyaAllah esok nak keluar lagi, kalau tak confirm aku akan complain kebosanan haha. Mak aku pun risau kalau aku asyik duduk rumah jer, dia galakkan jugak la keluar sekali sekala, asalkan hujung minggu aku spend masa dengan family hehe


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