AIMST Dental Students’ Day Out Into The Sunlight

With only two more weeks to go before my life as a university student ends, I am trying really hard to be appreciative of everything around me before I leave this place for good. I don’t even feel the end drawing near because of the pressure cooker that I’m in everyday at school what with our quotas and clinical management report (an assignment where we handle a patient’s case from beginning till the end to be presented to an external examiner during the finals), patients’ compliance, lecturers’ expectations.. I can’t begin to tell you how I much I wish for everything to end. But to end everything would mean facing the music, putting myself through the stress of finishing up all that I have to do in order to sit for my final exams.

Melvin and Jimmy while waiting for the rest of the dental students to pose for a photo for Prof. Comfort who wanted a nice shot of all the dental students in their clinical uniform to be used as a photo for the following year’s handbook. I am not sure which year the handbook would be for. Maybe for the new batch of clinical students. Who wants to place bets?

Then there are the final exams. What to study? Every damn thing, that’s what. Can I do it? I don’t know.. I can only hope so.

I believe I echo the sentiments of my entire class, the 37 of us who have spent the last five years together. We always talked about how much we would change by the time Year 5 comes around. We talked about how graduating and becoming dentists and hearing people address us with the title Dr would get pretty surreal. Something so impossible as how everything in the future is like. Uncertain.

But it’s only around the corner now. It is becoming a reality. Year 5 is ending soon.


With the closest girlfriend I could grab at the moment, Angela.

Though not all 37 of us have been extremely close. We have our own dinner cliques whom we spent almost everyday with and spontaneous weekend getaways or shopping trips with. You guys know who you are. πŸ™‚  We met when we were still teenagers and we have finished the journey together in our mid-20s, the dreaded age we used to moan about back in Year 3 about how ‘old’ we will be when we graduate. We are already here, guys.Yet we go about everyday like we are coming back again after the end year holidays.

Another year of academics where we wait in anticipation what the school of dentistry have in store for us ‘first borns’. It is always a surprise (some pleasant, some not so pleasant) with us being the first batch and having no seniors to forewarn us. Long ago, these surprises came in the form of lovely news about the setting up of a simulation lab for us to practice our dental skills where we will learn how to do simple restorations and a technology lab where we learn how to make dentures and the likes. The most exciting was when the dental hospital was officially opened and after three years, we had a building to call our own. I remember stepping into the polyclinic and being in awe of how vast it was. It’s still pretty big to me now and that’s because I feel it is such a pain to get things from the counter when I am placed anywhere after Bay 18.


See Magesh? This is not a silly face what. πŸ™‚ Proof that you don’t always make sien faces for my camera.

Don’t know if many of you read my sappy article in the program book during the dental dinner (and of course my non-BDS friends and blog readers (all remaining three of you!) wouldn’t have). I wrote about how much I looked forward to coming to AIMST in Kedah despite the uluness of it because I believe I will be making a whole new bunch of friends. New faces who will become familiar faces. It was so hard to imagine at that point in time but so very exciting too to leave my comfort zone.
During my free time in national service, I would pull out the AIMST brochure to see. There was an artist impression of the campus, with a lake glistening in the (artist drawn) sunlight that spread across the grounds. The building that caught my eye was the admin building (pictured below) and there were steps leading up to it where I imagined myself running up to when I was late for classes. Or even sitting at the steps with the entire university population enjoying the evening sun while seeing probable ducks bobbing around the lake.

Tiny figure in pink is Prof Comfort directing the dental students to the slope for the photo. This is the first time where the dental students are allowed out of the dental building in our scrubs. So it was indeed very invigorating.

But of course if we ever did that now, many of us would have died of heat stroke or be chased away by the security guards. No AIMST student in their right mind would seat along the benches on that huge stretch of pavement between the dental building and the admin building.


I found Lie Yuen!


Nicer photo of me and Lie Yuen without me looking like a character from Sesame Street.

I knew I would be making many new acquaintances when I went off to university. I never expected to see familiar faces like Lie Yuen, whom I said goodbye to when we had our A-levels farewell class party sometime in June 2005. The Lie Yuen in A-Levels and the Lie Yuen I have come to know and love here in AIMST like my very own sister, is so different.

This first impression goes out to all whom I met on my first day at AIMST. Brenda and I talked a lot about the blogs that we read and I thought “Damnit, must talk to her more!!!” We did grow apart over the course of first year mainly because we hung out with different people due to *cough* transportation needs *cough, thanks guys* but eventually found each other again in the consequent years and she’s one of my closest friends here among a few others. Same goes with Cze-Yin who was my very much feared housemate back in Year 1 due to her strict and cool persona whom I too grew apart when I went out to stay. We immediately grew close again when she became my housemate in 2008 and there are so many more levels to Cze-Yin to be accessed. The cool persona is just superficial but deep down, she is a quirky sweetheart:).


I love this picture because those are genuine smiles, not the ones we reserve for the camera lens.

We weren’t extremely close to Nien, Zhu Zen, Poh Yee, Sock Nee etc etc as we stayed in different houses when we were still in ‘hostel’. Our ‘hostel’ back then consisted of terrace houses in the same residential area which was pretty much devoid of any life form. It was only in Year 3 where we started celebrating birthdays together and having dinners more often that pretty much strengthen the bonds among a huge chunk of the class.

So many of my closest friends here today are the ones I gelled so well with on my first day and then grew apart over the next couple of years only to come back to talking cock like long lost childhood friends in our later years. (Yes, Jimmy, I mean you. I can still remember talking cock with you during our bus rides from BPJ to uni.)

Despite having our own nuclear bunch of friends, the entire class is pretty much like a big family. I don’t mean to be corny, but when I am around them I just feel so comfortable, so used to it.


Prof Comfort with her sunnies whilst giving us directions over to the slope. That’s Dr. Sathya in the background who was helping out with the photo taking.

Being the first batch of dental students at AIMST University, our dean has always been particularly attached to us. We looked forward to everything he had to say whenever he stepped into our year 1 class room. (Not so much when he stood in as our Conservative Dentistry lecturer due to lack of staffs back in Year 2. But how things have changed. I have lost count how many lecturers we have now!) He always brought with him great news about our progress as a young dental school.


One of the many ‘lucky’ few whom I managed to snap a picture of while we were scrambling to get into position on that steep slope.

The 40 of us back in 2005 constantly felt lonely and isolated from the rest of the university as we did not have any juniors or seniors to engage us in various activities. Not that we are extremely integrated with the rest of the university now but at least we have almost 300 other dental students to mix with.


Aik Munn never hesitates to smile for my camera. <3

Of course most of us wanted an overseas education but just how many can afford nearly a million ringgit just to get a dental degree from a good university abroad?

I think we should be grateful with what we have. A fully functional dental hospital where classes are conducted on the top floor, specialist clinics on the second floor, polyclinics and oral surgery on the first floor and the reception, common room, locker room and more lecture theaters on the ground floor. You have to agree, it is already pretty awesome!


As with Zhu Zen. πŸ˜›

The novelty may have worn off but think of the days when we did not have a sprawling campus with its own carpark, a cafeteria that can cook whatever you want (be grateful for the roti canai and maggi goreng okay!), a convenience store with enough snacks to save you that trip to Tesco, an in-campus ATM machine, a library maybe 10-20 times the size of the small little excuse of a library we had in the old interim campus, hostels where single rooms come equipped with air condition that you can leave on for 24 hours PLUS internet (not that I care since moving out of hostels in 2006)… so much have changed since that pathetic plot of land in Amanjaya where our classes were held in stuffy shop lots. I never want to go back to the sauna where my Year 2 classes were held. Remember how the aircon NEVER seemed to work while the afternoon sun effortlessly streamed in and we had to stay in that classroom from 8.30am to 6pm almost everyday?!

Now we have to bring jackets into our classrooms. *smiles blissfully*


Myself, Gerv and Kaixuan in the hot afternoon sun. My hair’s a mess!!

Ever since Year 5 began, classes have become few and far in between with our time being dedicated to polyclinics and postings to various specialist departments. Sometimes we even see more of certain juniors compared to our own classmates. That’s how it has become. The school has kept us so busy this entire year that we did not even have time to think or even breath. Like Prof. Smales once mentioned during a lecture, “Put down your instruments and think” (before preparing the cavity) I don’t even have time to think about how much I will miss everyone.


Ponytails – the standard hairstyle for girls in the polyclinic

It will be hard for us to meet again as we make our way back to our hometowns in different states all over Malaysia. Even dental conferences are divided to northern zone, central zone and southern zone. Perhaps one or two might end up as my colleague in the government service later on. Or even a colleague when I head into the private sector after a few years.


I love this! If only the person with the bent arm didn’t spoil the photo.

There will come a day where my mind will travel back in time yearning to be among my friends in dental school. Similar to how I will wish on my most stressful days to go back to kindergarten or high school just for that bit of freedom that the lower levels of education often came with.


Jeeva’s winning smile. Hahaha.


More blue.


This is just a small fraction of the 140+ dental students who are already performing dental treatments on patients. Each student sees up to 3-4 patients a week (us Year 5 students may have to take in more patients what with our crazy schedule), so I can proudly say that it’s about 400 patients getting treatment at the dental hospital every week? πŸ™‚ We have 4500++ patients in our database now.


I’m gonna miss these faces that I see every morning in the locker room and around the dental building.


And most of all, the many jokes that we share on facebook which we continue when we see each other every morning, only to continue online again when we get home.

It has been a great five years despite all the stress and mental torture that comes with dental school. Never again will I be in an institution where I have friends around my age like in primary school, high school, college and uni. This is the last leg of my education. (I don’t think furthering my studies will come with the joy of being a student surrounded by activities and friends of similar wavelength, so I will definitely miss this.)

ADSALympics 2010: Don’t Laugh..but I’m A Cheerleader

*During the second week of April 2010, my faculty held their annual games which we have so aptly named ADSALympics. ADSALympics is a monster of a sporting events. I like how my junior Shing Hui put it: ADSALympics = Cheer 2000 + NBA + Olympics + Thomas CUP + FIFI World Cup + Reality Show Event (plenty of drama). I’ll probably blog more about the other events, but by now most of you should be well acquainted with my blogging style, so don’t set your hopes too high. πŸ˜€

At the ripe old age of 23 (*dodges tomatoes and banana skins from the rest of the classmates*), I took part in my first ever cheerleading event!

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A pre performance photo of some of the team members. We were praying that no accidents would happen that day.

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Poh Yee recaptures her lost youth. πŸ˜›

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Thankfully Brenda was there to capture our moment of glory!

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Ee Chean found his initials twin among the Year 2 students. Ee Chean’s surname is Tan so I can see why this was a pleasant surprise to him. Thanks for posing Eng Cheong!

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And this is what Ee Chean chose as the name on his journey. So cute right?!


This picture trumps all – it is by far the cutest! It also generated a whole lot of comments on facebook, becoming one of the more loved photos among all the ADSALympic photos.

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So nice of the Year 2 boys to comply to a senior’s request for a photo.

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Myself and Chwan Horng before everyone got a little more stressed out.

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L-r: Ee Chia, Steven, Angela and Narjit.
Ee Chia worked really hard on the banners for our team. The job was delegated to her as she is the most artistic one in class. Alongside a few others lah, don’t emo.

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This is Batch 2 practicing for their performance. Everyone was trying to do some last minute fine tuning. It was almost impossible for all batches to practice constantly due to our overbearing schedule.

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Doing some last minute dance routines at the squash court. Yes, we have a squash court. Let it out, it is okay to be envious, shh, it is okay.. *rubs*


This is how Jimmy deals with stage fright.


Our class is seriously so small that our entire cheerleading team could practice in a single squash court.

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Not exactly ideal but we only had minutes before the performance and were nervous like hell!

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Damn hot in there with everyone sweating due to nervousness and also the lack of any sort of ventilation. Still smiling though!

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As I was about to caption this picture, Lie Yuen walked in to my room to moan about our day/discuss dinner/weekend plans so…. which movie you want to watch ah woman? Robinhood or Kidnappers?

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Everyone look so cute in their headgear!

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Trust batch 4 to come up with a creative name!

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The eventual champions. Sorry I gave it away.

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Batch 5 made sure we knew they were there with their super glowing jerseys!

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Our dear lecturers who sat in as judges for the cheerleading event!
L-r: Dr. Nanditha, Dr. Niekla, Dr. Kalyan and Dr. Senthil.

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Presenting Batch 4!

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I love it that the boys held pompoms too!

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Wonder if the ones at the bottom felt any pain.

Batch 4’s Diazepom’s cheerleading routine.

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Some team spirit thingie we did at the beginning of our act.


Being in the front line, it was our job to lay down the banners.


GO GO SHOCKERS!


Too bad Wuan Phing didn’t manage to capture our fan formation! See the video for the full formation:)


We have this formation called The Bridge where Sock Nee runs across the boys’ backs. I was supposed to be an extra boy but after being all drama queen and squealing and screaming everytime Sock Nee stepped on me, they kicked me back out to join the girls shaking the pompoms. So happy to be back as a girl.


Everyone feared for Lie Yuen’s life with this formation. It was a three layer pyramid with the second layer’s boys’ hands extended all the way up, holding on to her feet. She then falls straight down from the top to the waiting hands below.


One of our prettiest formations!


Lie Yuen and Steven with their synchronized cartwheels.


See us being worried for Lie Yuen!


Poh Yee and Sock Nee’s mouths are the cutest here!! <3

See the video okay! The first video is shot in HD by our lecturer Dr. Kalyan and the second one was with my camera by Brenda. The second video is of course not as pro as the first but at least you can see Jimmy’s super high jump!


Batch 1’s Shockers Cheerleading routine


From the side. heh.

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Batch 3 performed after us and gave it their all. They have been practicing for more than a month prior to the competition and with Deniece as their squad leader, they pretty much dropped all the jaws in the badminton court that day.

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Gerviene as the damsel in distress during the siren call at the beginning (just watch the video!). Oh yeah, the Batch 3’s team name is Sirens (or was it Sirenz?).

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Check out the hairography!

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The Batch 3 can seriously seriously dance. There’s one part where their tummies tuck in and their chest stick out and back in in quick succession…that was awesome. I tried that in front of the mirror and failed embarrassingly.

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With squad leader Deniece taking the lead.

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More hairography from the ladies.

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For amateurs (well, the most professionals among all the amateurs that day) they can really really bend!

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Gorgeous pompoms from Batch 3 as souvenirs for the judges.


Batch 3’s Sirens Cheerleading routine

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Thunder from Batch 2 had a great mix of songs which included Ice Ice Baby!!!

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I thought the T formation was a nice touch!!

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They all look really cute together. Like tiny mushrooms. Hahaha. πŸ™‚

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And then peeking out from under their mushroom pompoms!

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Y YOU DAMN SEXY LAaa. Especially when you walked out to the front with that super intense look in your eyes, sending electricity to all the judges (Dr. Kalyan and Dr. Senthil also ng fong kor..haha) to the Sorry Sorry song.

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<3 I wish to see you boys performing the entire dance number. πŸ™‚ Too bad it was so short.

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Always the best at designing banners. πŸ™‚


Batch 2’s Thunder cheerleading routine part 1.


And here’s part 2!

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The last to perform were the dentistry babies, our super juniors from Year 1. πŸ™‚

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There is one particular move that I liked a lot! The girls had this puppet move where they have their arms sticking out robot style and then they turn their heads to us in puppetry fashion. πŸ™‚ Nice touch!

I must apologize though as I don’t have Batch 5’s video up on youtube and I must not procrastinate any longer with these posts so I won’t be showing Batch 5’s video here. It’s on facebook though…I think.

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It was certainly a rewarding experience coming in at 2nd place after the few but intense cheerleading practice which was done military style by Maxis. This is probably the last time that I’ll ever get to be part of a cheerleading team. πŸ™‚

My Love for OPI Nail Polishes and FIMO Nail Art Canes

My OPIs just arrived last week at uni after waiting for a whole month! These are pre-ordered bottles from the US going at about RM28++ per bottle which is such a steal compared to what we have to pay to the local shops for a bottle of OPI (about RM51-55 per bottle). The last OPI I ever bought was when I was in Form 3 and even then, it was my mum who bought it for me when we got conned by our hairdresser into buying it.

If you are interested, go join one of this girl’s OPI/China Glaze sprees. Be quick though, OPI is suing online shops selling OPIs at dirt cheap prices (hee!) and thus this particular website called Transdesign is liquidating their stocks. I want to get some…but I really don’t want to spend another RM100++ on nail polishes. Beautiful as they are, but spending RM100 on nail polish can’t be done too often.  China Glaze colours look quite pretty too but I have not tried their products! Maybe one day. πŸ™‚ I am not sure if they are sold in Malaysia but this girl listed the price at about RM17++ per bottle!

There is no doubting the quality of OPI nail polishes though. Dubbed the Mercedes of Nail Polishes, it is no wonder why every single nail salon out there has a big window display of OPI colours. I hope to have that many OPI colours one day. A girl can dream. πŸ™‚


For now, I started off with Malaysian Mist (far left), Off With Her Red, No Room For The Blues, Suzi Says Feng Shui and that is Brenda’s All The Berry Best. If your purchase is above Rm100, then the lowyat forum girl will give you free postage!

I got Malaysian Mist because it is a lovely nude shade and how can you not buy something with the word Malaysia on something so famous in the international arena? It sucks to be a dental student because we will get chastise for our bright and colourful nails. I can’t remember when was the last time I indulged in a little nail art fun. I stopped messing around with nail art around 2004 because my entire bag of 50 over bottles of nail polish crashed to the floor when a college classmate dropped it. πŸ™ I lost my love for nail art on that day because I was so demotivated about the loss of half my nail polish collection.

As a result, I never really caught on to the trendy Japanese nail art designs that are almost everywhere these days. I wish I did though. They are so pretty!


I did however sort of jumped back on the bandwagon when I found out about FIMO Nail Art canes. These canes are made from polymer clay and I don’t blame you if you thought that they are erasers. Apparently FIMO is a special type of polymer clay which is quite flexible.

I took in like 150 designs (about 700 sticks altogether) to be sold on The Sticker Monster and damn, they are going like hot cakes. I couldn’t be happier. πŸ™‚


As you can see, it is quite soft.


With a kitchen knife, you can slice the cane into thin slices. I’m quite lousy at that so a few came out rather thick.


Choosing a few canes for myself and slicing them up. Most fimo nail art cane users claim that a stick can get them up to 100 pieces if they slice it thin enough. As you can see, mine are rather thick. πŸ™


Another angle of the cane slices.


With flash!! *don’t hit me*


To accompany the fimo nail art slices, I used a little bit of my Swarovski Grade YHB Crystals to adorn the nails. These can also be found at The Sticker Monster. πŸ˜‰ Promo abit.


On the thumb I started off with No Room For The Blues, a happy shade of the brightest of blues.


I am not very creative so I simply picked a few slices and slapped ’em on. For the crystals I used Blue Zircon SS10 and Aqua Bohemica SS6.

The idea is to embed the slices in before the nail polish dries. A top coat can be used to go over the slices but I didn’t use it because it would have made the crystals look murky.


Malaysian Mist for the second finger!


A fruity themed one! I added some Rose SS6 crystals too!


I have always wanted a gorgeous red polish and I am so glad I found it. πŸ™‚


Off With Her Red is from the OPI Alice in Wonderland Collection. I wanted to get the Mad As A Hatter which was a kaleidoscope of colour but oh well, another time maybe.

I have bought red polishes from Sinma before (pretty much the only place I can find blood red nail polishes) but ughhhh the quality sucks serious balls and even with an amateur eye, my cheap ass nail polish colour will stick out like a sore thumb (pun intended) with its streaks and blotches. Sorry for being a nail polish snob. I use cheap brands like Elianto too okay! Though I must say, Elianto is not that great either but the colours are all so fun.   😐 You can’t have everything I guess.


My supplier sent me some new Swarovski Grade YHB Crystals in a few other sizes and colours. I used Light Rose SS10 on this one with a few Crystal SS6 and Light Rose SS6 along the sides of my nail. A chanel-love-snowflake themed nail. Okay fine, I don’t really know what I was getting at. :\


Posing with the leftover crystals. πŸ˜€


Three done! Two more to go! πŸ™‚


My little nail art workstation.


Mmmm..Suzi Says Feng Shui is from the OPI Hong Kong Collection. A lovely shade of teal isn’t it? I am actually trying to recapture the memory of my very first nail polish – a bright blue shade with tiny bits of glitter on it. I was 10 years old and had just discovered the joys one can get at a Guardian or Watsons pharmacy. I remember reading every bit of the bottle and it was apparently made in Paris. I loved it all the more knowing that it was imported from far away and in such a funky colour too. My nails were never any other colour except for the colours my grandmother had which were safe colours like pinkish red, pinkish brown, pinkish pink and a nude shade or two.


As I had ran out of colours to play with, I used Off With Her Red and No Room For The Blues to make a Superman themed nail. A little ribbon to emasculate Superman with some tiny crystals to finish it off.


And there you have it, my entertainment for the night.


I love it! πŸ™‚ Simplicity is the best.


You know you’ll have to bear with more than one photo of my finished product.


It sucks that I have to remove everything before clinics the following day. πŸ™ Poll TIME! Would you, as a patient, mind if your dentist had funky nails? 😐


Left over slices for another day of procrastination.

There’s another nail art trend called Minx Nails that I am looking forward to try. It’s sort of like a foil plastered onto your nail. Imagine mirror-like sheen on your nails. Glossy is SO out. Mirror, metallic, so so much hotter! And if it is nice, I’ll take it in and put it up on The Sticker Monster. πŸ™‚

Oooh ooh, while I’m at it, here’s another product of my procrasination. I deco-ed my Satio:


I allowed some space for the camera cover to slide. Cute right??? Sales are doing well, so I am hoping to take in more designs! Click here for ready stock designs!

Next up, I am planning to do something to my car bonnet. Dad, Mervyn, don’t scream. It’s not permanent.

Glee S1E17 Bad Reputation – Somewhat A Rave, Somewhat A Review

A tv show has never made me anticipate a month this badly before but Glee actually had me tapping my feet impatiently till April. After three so so episodes, episode 17, imho, is quite up to standard!

They threw in a few storylines to break away from the mundane love stories that has been going on for too long. In this episode we get confused if Jesse is using Rachel or if he is really into her.

I personally thought that Sue’s embarrassing video on youtube was pretty random and even more so with Olivia Newton John’s appearance. It doesn’t even go with the show! We did however got to see a good portrayal of Sue’s voice. That woman can sing!

The first song was Ice Ice Baby. I have always loved that song ever since I first heard my juniors in kindergarten performed it for our concert. It was a bunch of 5 year olds decked out in colourful shirts with plastic sunglasses bopping their heads left and right to the Vanilla Ice song. I remember my dad singing it with my brother (who has yet to enter kindergarten at that time) after the concert. I was also pleasantly surprised when my batch 4 juniors had that song for their cheerleading routine for the recent ADSALympics event and even more elated when Glee announced that they were going to cover that song too!

It would have been nicer if they mixed it up a little, put a little twist in it. A tad bit noisy but did you see the killa leg moves? Other Asian totally nailed them!

I thought it was really cute when Artie made an “Oh.. oh well” face when everyone got up to dance.


Don’t you want to hug him? πŸ™‚ The choreographer Zach Woodlee says that Kevin is actually their best dancer and yet he is confined to a wheelchair!

I think I’m going to practice that leg kick and turn around thing to the Ice Ice Baby song. Love the move!! We also get to see Will’s sexy body quite a bit. He throws his hands up a lot and his shirt gets taut resulting in a defined chest …yumss.

When it comes to glee, I’ve never really been into the storyline. I just love it when they break out into song! So anyway, the drama for this episode is about them not being bad ass enough at McKinley High. Kurt wants to get all of them to be known as bad asses and they hatched a plan to cause chaos in the library.


He knows that geeks are sexy. Love it that he takes the look all the way. See that face? GRWAR!!!

I’m SO happy that Kevin got a solo!! Kevin’s my favourite on Glee. Kevin has a fantastic voice that sounds so different from any other guy singer. I fell in love with his voice when he sang the Usher part on It’s My Life/Confessions Pt. II back in the Vitamin D episode. I wish they would give him more parts! But because of this episode, I find Finn, Puck and Jesse very hot too. You’ll see why at the end of the episode.

Kevin does MC Hammer’s You Can’t Touch This. He is damn cute lahh!! In his little wheelchair, doing those dances with the body twists and supposedly sexy facial expressions. πŸ™‚ Just too adorable!! I share the same sentiments as the old lady librarian who finds them ‘cute’ and wants to get them to perform for her Sunday service, totally ruining their plans to get expelled from school to be seen as bad asses.

For the dance moves in this song, I like the sudden head movements. Kurt does it really well!

I’m skipping the Physical part. So uncalled for. What was going on. I don’t understand a damn thing.
The song is catchy though, I’ll give you that.

For the Glee’s Club assignment entitled Bad Reputation, Rachel came up with a music video of her own, covering the song Run, Joey, Run. She made use of the three guys – Finn, Puck and Jesse to co-star with her in the video. Each thought that they were the only male lead and felt betrayed after Rachel presented the video.

The song Run Joey Run is about a guy who wants to elope with a girl and the girl is sort of singing the song to her very angry father. I don’t understand the story line..maybe pregnant?

It starts off with Puck lying on his bed being the first to sing the male lead. More parts to Puck to please!! Sweet Caroline was nice and he proved himself once more with this song! I love it that all the hot guys had a part in this song.


Lovely combination! Great voice plus his sexiness spread out on a bed is just too much. *fans self* Those armpit hair! <3


Mark Salling goes on to show his vocal prowess which we hear so little of.


It cuts away to a scene where the male lead supposedly arrives at the female lead’s house and is played by Jesse. More sexiness!

After Rachel gets shot by her father, Finn comes to hold her.

During the school corridor part where the three guys walked out one by one, again sexiness and hotness ooze effortlessly. Must be the great hair and the black leather jacket.


Can bring home to mother.


Perfect for boy on the side.


He is the one who rocks the bad ass look the best!! <3 Give a guy a leather jacket and he oozes sex appeal.

The final song is Total Eclipse of The Heart. The three guys start it off with the “Turn around~” part.


I love listening to Jesse’s part. He hits the right note with so much melody and Finn carries the note after him with just as much gusto. Another well harmonized product from the Glee series.


Finn is so hot!! πŸ™‚

Can’t wait for the coming rendition of The Boy Is Mine in the next episode by Mercedes and Santana!! Among the girls I like Santana the most.