Monday, November 28, 2005

Glued to screen

I am having a withdrawal symptom from those addictive tv series. Either that, I am addicted to movies and tv series. I am unsure which is which.

Over the weekend, I was on house arrest on voluntary basis. Actually, I was not able to move away from my notebook. I was glued to it and can't stop watching Desperate Housewives and Grey's Anatomy.

The last 3 episodes of Desperate Housewives Season 1.
8 episodes of Desperate Housewives of Desperate Housewives Season 2.
The last 2 episodes of Grey's Anatomy Season 1.
7 episodes of Grey's Anatomy Season 2.

On top of that, I watched Mr & Mrs Smith on DVD on Saturday nite.

And this morning, I was asking my boss to pass me his DVDs for the tv series, House Season 1.
Then, in the afternoon, I was talking to Miki-C about other tv series. Now I am looking forward to watch Surface.
Later, spoke to CK and he is suppose to pass me Lost Season 1. And I can't wait.
A friend recommended Firefly. Checked the Internet and found that it is rather interesting.

They are like drugs! I am so hooked.

And tonite, I am watching another movie at Mid Valley. My only consolation is that watching movie, I am out of my house or more specifically, my room and I have people, real people around me. And I get to munch on those caramel popcorns.

Is these tv/movie watching a form of escapism for me? Am I trying to shift my actual state of mind to the make believe world in tv and movies?

Or am I obsessive? Or simply am lonely? Or just a bored girl with nothing else better to do?

Who the heck cares? I do enjoy these tv series from Tinseltown very much.

krazie*angel needs to get her eyes checked *blink* *blink*

Thursday, November 24, 2005

Free lunch @ work

Boss ordered all of us to close the office for lunch today. He is taking us for a nice Indian Banana Leaf Rice. Yay! Free makan! And most importantly, I can get out from my office as I was getting really bored.

All of us went except for Allyfeel who had an earlier lunch date and my colleague who is fasting today. Well, it is a blessing in disguise because my colleague was able to help us to man the fort while we were out for our unofficial office lunch.

I must say the food was super yummy especially the fish cutlet and fried bittergourd. I wanted to eat the sambal udang but my boss said, "Don't take", so cannot. I ate so much that I felt so drowsy right after.

I was too drowsy to be alert, therefore, I don't really remember how to get there or know where it is exactly. But I got the name card of the restaurant.

krazie*angel burp and slowly fade into zzZZzzZZzzZZzz

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

I'm a Horoscope fan now

My latest favourite activity online is reading horoscope. It is fun and entertaining.

I am not sure if they are accurate but it is interesting to read and try to see if they are true based on what happened to me daily. So far, I find some of what they predicted was true. Co-incidence, perhaps. Or just because based on what I have read, I try to connect all the dots up.

I noticed that the predictions can be quite general or vague, so it is up to your very own intepretations.

Besides checking my email, reading blogs and logging into my IMs (which most time, I barely speak to anyone, only for some chat quickies with friends) when online, now I have another new thing to do...that is to check my hororscope.

krazie*angel is confirmed being too free :)

Pyscho Thrillers : My Fav

I am a fan of pyscho-thriller movies. Those twisted schizophrenic personalities just make your ordinary mind seem way too simple. Movies like these made you think, kinda "Mind-F**k" (Please excuse my language, those who know me, know that I don't use this particular word in my daily vocabulary, except in privacy *ahem*)

This, you have to remember when watching a pyscho thriller - you have to take note of every single objects, conversations and personalities in the movie...they are usually interconnected and they are clues. Be observant.

I watched "The Machinist" in GSC two nights ago. It was a movie with dark setting, like Gotham City of Batman and the lead actor was Christian Bale, who was also Batman himself in Batman returns. To find out more about the movie, click here and here

Got a friend to go watch the movie with me, after a little persuasion and assurance that it will be a great movie. Otherwise, he can blame me all for dragging him to watch a bad movie. Well, I must admit that the movie title "The Machinist" does sound a bit like a B grade movie, but honestly, it is worth a watch. Christian Bale put up a good performance and he actually lost 63 lbs for this movie. Yes, he did. Wonder why? Go watch the movie. And he has to build his body up again for Batman! Imagine that.

As I watching the movie, I could roughly guess what the lead character, Trevor Reznik, was thinking and going through. I think I watched too much physcho thrillers to identify one. Or maybe, I have little streaks of schizoprenia in me. Bwahahaha!

Other nice pyscho thrillers that I like are Fight Club, Identity and Momento. If you know any other good ones, let me know.

krazie*angel thinks all Superheros are schizophrenics with awareness of their other selves

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

2 kgs extra.

I know I am skinny.

Thanks for everyone's comment - "You are a stick girl. You are like a boy. You look haggard. You need to eat more. You look sick. Are you on drugs?"

I ate more these days. And I am pleased to inform you that I have gained 2 kilos. I just weighed myself. 47kgs. Oh well, I am still 5kgs behind my ideal weight.

I checked my tummy - looks ok still, I hope. I don't mind gaining weight or extra meat everywhere else except my tummy. I want, I desire, I must maintain a flat tummy.

krazie*angel's Be Thin Plan is available for free for all

This post is dedicated to blogger Stargazer

I had a comment from Stargazer, someone I doubt I know in person, but I do visit her blog regularly eversince she post a comment on this blog of mine.

Just wanna dedicate this post to her. This is for you, Stargazer, the blogger of "A Girl's Thought"

I saw a Stargazer, a fish, during my last diving trip during a nite dive. It was hiding beneath the sand, very secretively with its eyes wide open. Here are the photo of the Stargazer the fish for blogger Stargazer. Enjoy...

krazie*angel wonders why it (the fish) is called Stargazer...

Friday, November 18, 2005

My insignificant career

I am beginning to query myself lately. Especially about my work. What I do for a living. Is it successful or significant?

Most of my friends are busy with their work. They seem to be very purposeful in their life. They are career minded and driven. It is as if their companies will close down or their customers will run away if they are not at work. It is like as if they matter in their work. Their eyes twinkle when they speak of their work. Their spirit is high when they explained what they do day by day. They sound really solid and authoritative when they speak to their colleagues or customers.

For e.g. Chinoz is super duper busy with her new work. Doing a real huge project in Kuala Trengganu at the moment - Moonsoon Cup Trengganu 2005. Big event!

So is Cherub with her ever growing business in Sarawak and here in KL. Good for her but she is already buried deep inside her work. Hope that does not take a toil on her health.

The thought of sending them a quick hello sms or a phone to call to chit chat seems like too trivia. What more a dinner date? I know they'll appreciate it but I do not want to interfere in their busy schedules. These really make me realise that I have too much time to kill despite the activities I have put in place to occupy my time.

I wonder if I could hop back to the rat race. I think with a lot of effort, I could but just thinking of it, I am feeling really lazy. Gosh, what had happened to me? Have I turned into someone who is too complacent and too comfortable to move my lazy ass out of my comfy couch? I think in a way, I am.

The image of me in my previous job is so faint and distant in my memory. It feels like it wasn't me at all. Where did she go hiding, huh?

Someone told me that I should just enjoy the simplicity of my life where there is no stress and no problems. And that I should be happy with what I have and am earning. There are many people out there who are far worse than me and are without job. They are right too. But... sigh. We are never satisfy with what we have. Always a but.

krazie*angel gonna kill time by watching more DVDs :P

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Feeling like Crap

I am feeling like crap. Still down with cough. It is so irritating especially when I am talking coz I will be coughing every now and then.

Now I even have nose block and running nose occasionally. Darn!

I have tried cough mixtures, ayurvedic medication and chinese medication. Probably too many different mix of medications is making me feeling worse.

krazie*angel going home early to rest

Wednesday, November 09, 2005


No one falls in love by choice, it is by CHANCE.

No one stays in love by chance, it is by WORK.

And no one falls out of love by chance, it is by CHOICE.

krazie*angel always baffled by the mysteries of love

Monday, November 07, 2005


I am glad I went away.

I cried in the airport before I left. I wanted to turn back. I went with a heavy heart.

I am glad I did not change my mind.

Went to paradise. Met a bunch of good people. Met an angel.

For the first time, I did not cry for 5 straight days. Isn't that great?

krazie*angel is smiling too