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Another Week Passed By

Sunday and Monday: Just staying in my house, playing games and most of my time was spent in my own room.

Tuesday: This one was not planned. Went out to Sunway Pyramid with Hannah, and watched Harry Porter. It was good, though I didn't understand about half of it. Then at night, I went to Murni Restaurant with Naqib, Fawwaz and Zainal.

Wednesday: This wasn't planned either. In the morning, I drove to Indonesian Embassy to send my father and my maid there. Then I called Irshaad, and picked him up from his house. We went to Jusco Aeon for breakfast, searching for items we want to buy at Wangsa Walk and Carrefour, and lastly we went to Low Yatt. I bought a laptop table, a mouse and Resistance Dual Pack. Good game :) Still on the way to finish the first one (Resistance Fall of Man)

Breakfast. Not in the picture: Nasi lemak

My gaming setup

Thursday: Zainal, Acap and I went to Stadium Nasional Bukit Jalil to watch the match between Malaysia and Singapore. The match ended with 1-1. I just started watching football this year, so I don't know how and what to comment. But Singapore team really love to delay time. It's part of tactic, so it's not considered wrong. But I despise the way they were playing. Well, what's done is done. Malaysian team still need to improve too. Then after taking trains to KL Sentral, we went to Murni to eat.

Friday: My relaxing time too. At night, I went to Plaza Masalam, searching for Catherine. I found it, and bought it. Still haven't open it, I'll wait till I finish Resistance first.

Just you wait


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