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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

HELP VOTE needed

Hye alls. I just really really need your help here.
I just entered the Mitsubishi ASX-perience competition and I need your votes

find my name "Nana Eddy" and click the "LIKE" button. 

please oh please???

The Brat who's practically begging for help,

Case of the Stolen Keys to Tron: Legacy by TGV

Car keys? House keys? Locker Keys? Diary Keys? Treasure chest keys?

No, nothing like that. We've spent a lot of our time before ransacking our bags, our closet, our room, our house for all those keys - and usually it was NEVER stolen.

The "keys" I'm talking about is much more important than that. It is so important that the owners are giving out sweet prizes to those who could solve the mystery.

What is it? Oh nothing much. Just entire screening hall of any movie + a Panasonic 50" 3D LCD + 3D Blu-ray Player and more.

So, go to their Facebook Page - and give it a try. who knows you'll be the lucky one to walk away with these awesome prizes!

But as for me, I'm no Sherlock Holmes. I'm too slow when it comes to solving mysteries. So instead, I'm spreading the word so that u guys with a knack in mysteries could help and solve the mystery! Of course it comes with a sweet deal for me too.

Courtesy of TGV Cinemas and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Malaysia, me and other 49 Nuffies and their guests will be watching the Premiere Screening of Tron: Legacy 2 days before it's official release date. Huzzah! to that :)


If you want a shot of becoming the other 49 Nuffies, head straight to Nuffnang's blog and see for yourselves!

The brat who REALLY want to go and see TRON,

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Acro What??? They Just make my head spins

Okay, I must admit, ACRONYMS or ABBREVIATIONS are the trend. I use it sometimes too. Like lols, btw, ASAP. But seriously too much of something is REALLY bad. There are a hell lot of this acro thingy flying about the web AND real life that it makes my head spin.

Yes u might think I'm too old fashioned or too "kampung'-y but I really DO NOT understand half of the acro used in the web. And eventhough I found out the meaning later, I still feel that it is ridiculous.


the word "LMAO" (Laugh My Ass Off) sounds a lot like "lemau" (state where cookies or chips has become un-crunchy) to me.

ROFL (Rolling On the Floor Laughing) sounds like someone chocked on something and is trying to call out for help.

IMO (In My Opinion) sounds like someone confessing being an "emo"

And there also some other Acro I've never heard off. This are some that sprung out from a website while I was doing a bit ground research  on this

afaik as far as I know
afaict as far as I can tell
afk away from keyboard
atm at the moment
bbiab be back in a bit  (I would've mistaken someone calling me a bab.. if I didn't know this)
bbiaf be back in a few (minutes)
bbl be back later
bbs be back soon
bfo blinding flash of the obvious
ctrn can’t talk right now
cul8r see you later (It almost looks like a calculator)
fubar f***ed up beyond all recognition
fwiw for what it’s worth
iam in a meeting (I would've thought the text was written unfinished "I am??")
ianal I am not a lawyer ("I anal" OMG!! *horror)
ihmb I hate my boss
imho in my humble opinion
irl in real life
gmta great minds think alike
otoh on the other hand
pita pain in the ass (PITA? *raise eyebrow questioningly TAPE? tape worm? lols)
rsn real soon now (reason? raisin?)
slap sounds like a plan (*Ouch)
ttfn ta ta for now (people really use this? why not just use "bye" instead?)
ttyl talk to you later
xfer transfer

I mean, do you guys seriously use most of this? It is damn hard to be understood - not unless you are familiar with it... Hmmm should I use it on my tweets from now on?

*sigh I feel so old

The old brat,

Friday, November 26, 2010

STOP Child Abuse


What is more horrible than being physically abused? Believing that bruises and blemishes on your face and body is a normal thing to have? Believing that pain is love, or that pain is normal? 

Yes the worst thing about being abused is not the physical pain or about the bruises and blemishes that appears on ones face and body, but the emotional scar that never leaves you even when you grew older. The subconscious denial you have or the answers you search when you ask the question why? "Why am I being treated this way?" "Why are my parents angry?" "Why are they doing this?" "Why me?"

Being a child to me is being carefree about the world. The time where we would have fun, make friends and learn all sorts of thing and just be happy. We would have endless things to worry about when we get older, so as a child, we were blessed with not having to care about it - or that is how it should be. It should not hurt to be a child.

I read this on a website and I thought I should share this with you guys. If you are even half a human, you would feel crushed reading this poem. 

My name is Sarah 
I am but 3 
My eyes are swollen, 
I cannot see 
I must be stupid 
I must be bad 
what else could 
make my daddy so mad? 
I wish i were better 
I wish i werent ugly 
Then maybe my 
mommy would still 
want to hug me 
I cant speak at all 
I cant do no wrong 
Or i'm locked up 
all the day long 
When i awake i'm all alone 
The house is dark 
my folks arent home 
When my mommy does come 
I'll try and be nice 
and maybe i'll get just 
one whipping tonight. 
Dont make a sound 
I just heard a car 
My daddy is back 
from Charlie's Bar 
I hear him curse 
my name he calls 
I press myself 
against the wall 
I try and hide 
From his evil eyes 
I'm so afraid now 
I'm starting to cry 
He finds me weeping 
He shouts ugly words 
He says its my fault 
he suffers at work 
He slaps me and hits me 
And yells at me more 
I finally get free 
I run for the door 
He's already locked it 
I start to bawl 
He takes me and throws me 
Against the hard wall 
I fall to the floor 
with bones nearly broken 
My daddy continues 
with more bad words spoken 
I'm sorry I scream 
But now its to late 
His face had been twisted 
Into unimaginable hate 
The hurt the pain 
Again and again 
Oh god have mercy 
Oh please let it end 
And he finally stops 
He heads for the door 
I lay there motionless 
sprawled on the floor 
My name is Sarah 
I am but 3 
Today my daddy 

This was written because some parents beat their kid to death. How could a parent had the heart to do that to their own flesh and blood still wonders me to no end. They do not deserve to be parents, perhaps, they don't even deserve to be human.

I leave you all with this heart-wrenching music video by Martina McBride - "Concrete Angel". I cried watching this video. No kid (or any human being) deserves to be treated that way. Hope this will seep into your hearts and make you feel like doing something about it - like what it did to me.

Have a heart guys. Get on board. Stop Child Abuse. 
The Brat with Opinions,

*all pictures do NOT belong to me. I Google-d it up. This is also written in conjunction with Nuffnang's pledge to help Child abuse. Hey, maybe I'd win something while awaking concern in some of you. :)

I want Dome Vouchers from HITOMI

Just trying out my luck. So HITOMI is giving out Dome Vouchers with the introduction of "10 iconic Dome Classic" 

For more details give a visit to now!!

Just a simple post from the brat,

Movie Review - Rapunzel: A Tangled Tale

Yeah I know, doing movie review is not so much of the Brat's style. But since the Brat had received 4 free tickets to watch the movie from Nuffnang and Churp2, (I brought my sis, my bro and my mom. I have to. They practically threaten my life if I didn't) it seemed just fair if I write something on this AWESOME story.

Seriously, GO WATCH IT! Okay, it might be an animation, and it is Disney movie after all, you might think it won't worth the money... well, initially I thought it'd be something like that as well but I WAS WRONG. Go watch it, in 3D. It was SUPER AWESOME and FUN and HILARIOUS. I was laughing so hard that I actually cried.

I am a lazy person - and as I said, movie reviews are not exactly my "thing". So I'm gonna live you with some blog-kit that Churp2 and Nuffnang sent to me. It would give you a gist of how fun the movie would be. I enjoyed reading it and I hope so would you!


Walt Disney Pictures presents RAPUNZEL: A TANGLED TALE, an action-packed, swashbuckling, animated musical comedy about the girl behind 70 feet of magical, golden hair.  A princess stolen from her parents’ castle as a baby, Rapunzel (voice of MANDY MOORE) is locked in a hidden tower longing for adventure.  Now an imaginative and determined teenager, she takes off on a hilarious, hair-raising escapade with the help of a dashing bandit (voice of ZACHARY LEVI).  With the secret of her royal heritage hanging in the balance and her captor in pursuit, Rapunzel and her cohort find adventure, heart, humor, and hair… lots of hair. 

With original music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Glenn Slater, this comedic re-imagining of the classic Brothers Grimm fairytale comes to theaters in Disney Digital 3D™. 

Alright, for the fun part. Interview of the main characters.


RAPUNZEL may have lived her entire life locked inside a tower, but she’s no damsel in distress. The girl with the 70 feet of golden hair is an energetic, inquisitive teenager who fills her days with art, books and imagination. She’s full of curiosity about the world, and she can’t help but feel that her true destiny lies outside the lonely tower walls. She’s always obeyed Mother Gothel by staying hidden and keeping her magical hair a secret, but her 18th birthday triggers her need for adventure.
Rapunzel is currently enjoying said adventure with the help of a charming thief named Flynn Rider. Though Mother Gothel would surely not approve, Rapunzel’s hair-raising journey might untangle a few secrets along the way.

Q: Describe your relationship with Mother Gothel. Is this a typical mother-daughter relationship, filled with ups and downs?
A: There are certainly a lot of ups and downs—though it usually involves me letting down my hair, and Mother grabbing hold for a ride up into our tower. Is that typical? Mother loves me to death—she says so all the time. She goes to great lengths to protect me… though there are days I wish she wouldn’t.

Mother Gothel

Q: Your first encounter with Flynn Rider wasn’t exactly ideal. What was going through your mind?
A: Honestly? I was searching the tower for something good to strike him with. I was shocked at first—I mean, there was a person right there in our tower. And a little afraid… there was a PERSON in our tower! But once I knocked him out and dragged him to the closet—I felt…
When it comes to intruders—and knocking them out—I highly recommend the frying pan. Very effective.

Q: What are your hobbies?
A: Hmmmm… hobbies. I lead a pretty quiet life, tower-bound and all. Is cleaning a hobby? [SMILES] I do like to read… and play guitar… and knit. I do some cooking and baking and ballet dancing. I like puzzles and pottery and candle-making. And painting. I love to paint. The tower is covered with my paintings—all of them, in some way, reflect my dreams, my fantasies. I do love daydreaming. I like to sit by the window with Pascal— my chameleon and my confidant—and fantasize about someday seeing the floating lights.

Q: So what is it about these lights? What makes them so special?
A: That’s what I want to find out! Every year on my birthday—MY birthday—I see hundreds of floating lights. I look forward to those lights. It’s as if each one is a flickering symbol of life… or maybe love… or hope. Yes, it’s definitely hope.
From a distance, they’re beautiful—breathtaking. Can you imagine what it would be like to see the lights in person? [SIGHS] I can.

Q: Why would a girl like you pick Flynn Rider to be her guide?
A: He’s worldly, right? Of course everyone seems worldly to me. I knew when I met him that he was right for the job because he was… well… there. I didn’t exactly have a lot of options. And with criteria that included having spent time—any time—OUTSIDE my tower, it was a pretty good bet that he’d qualify.
Besides, I think the whole swashbuckling bandit thing is a big act.

Q: Seventy feet of magical hair—burden or blessing?
A: Both.
I mean… it’s a LOT of hair. Brushing it is quite a chore… and hoisting Mother into this tower day in and day out isn’t easy. The hardest part by far though is the hiding. Mother says there are lots of people who’d like to get their hands on my magical hair. So it gets lonely up here.
But all in all, I really do think my hair is a blessing. Mother tells me all the time how special I am because of it. And it really comes in handy—I can hang from the rafters while I paint, and if a bandit should invade my tower, 70 feet of magical hair is an ideal tool for tying him up while I decide what to do next.
How many girls can say that?

Flynn Ryder

FLYNN RIDER is his own biggest fan, and he has long relied on his wit, charm and good looks to get out of even the stickiest situation—and his life just happens to be full of sticky situations. Flynn is a thief looking for the one last, big score that will allow him to finally live the life he’s always dreamed of. He's never been closer to having it all when he meets Rapunzel, an odd girl with ridiculously long hair. Rapunzel seems to be the only girl in the world immune to Flynn’s moves, and for the first time ever he seems to have met his match.
Rider is currently in an unlikely alliance-slash-epic journey with the girl from the tower. An adventure of a lifetime, it may just help him realize that sometimes you don’t know what you want… until it hits you over the head—literally.

Q: You’ve been described as a “charming” bandit. Are you?
A: Am I charming? [SMILES] Well, you be the judge. [SMILES AGAIN, THIS TIME WITH MEANING] Scratch that. I don’t need another judge—plen-ty of those to contend with already, thank you very much. So… I’m sorry—you want to know if I’m charming. Well, it’s like this. I’m a good guy at heart, you know? I may have borrowed a thing or two from people who have a thousand things or two… thousand. But I mean no harm, really. And if a warm smile or a kind word to them or those they hire to hunt me down makes their day a bit brighter—then so be it: I’m charming.

Q: What attracted you to Rapunzel?
A: I’d like to say it was her long golden hair, her big green eyes, her amazing voice, and a—shall we say—spirited personality that could keep even the most charming bandit on his toes. But the truth is… well… it was her tower. Tall. Nearly impossible to break in to… the PERFECT hiding place.
Hey, you wanted the truth. I mean, she is beautiful and all of those things. She’s also good with a frying pan—but not in the way you think. [RUBS HEAD]

Q: Do you have a dream?
A: Well… yeah, I have a dream. Everybody has a dream.
Oh—you want to know what it is? [LAUGHS] Dreams are tricky things. People tend to want
the one thing they can’t have. So for me, I’ve always wanted… well, what’s the nice way to say it? Freedom. Independence. A carefree life. And for a kid who never had those things—not in the way I wanted anyway—the only way I knew how to get them was with money. Piles of it.

Q: Why would a girl like Rapunzel pick you to be her guide?
A: Why wouldn’t she? [SMILES]
Seriously… why wouldn’t she? I’m an explorer… of sorts. I’ve been around. I know all the best places—caves, castles, pubs. Plus, I’m the first guy to show up in her tower who she could trust. Well, I’m the first guy to show up in her tower, anyway.

Q: You’ve teamed up in the past with the Stabbington Brothers, but yet, they don’t seem to be your biggest fans. What gives?
A: Never trust a guy who wears an eye patch… or his brother. These guys grow a few biceps and suddenly they’re in charge, you know? Ah, let’s face it: they’re thieves, I’m a thief—it’s not exactly a relationship built on trust. In the real world, it’s survival of the fittest—or in this case—survival of the clever…est… best looking? Hey, whatever works.

Q. What’s up with your horse Maximus?
A. Whoa, whoa, whoa. That fleabag is NOT my horse. MY horse wouldn’t stalk me all day and all night for no good reason. MY horse wouldn’t make it his life’s mission to bring a guy like me to justice. MY horse wouldn’t follow me to the most precarious of circumstances—just to get his teeth on my satchel.
Come to think of it—Max and I have a lot in common. But he’s still a fleabag.

So what are you guys waiting for? GO WATCH Rapunzel: A Tangled Tale NOW!

The highly excited brat,

Monday, November 22, 2010

The Wrath of a Blogger

It is interesting to see how far a person would go once they put their mind in it. I would have applauded with all 20 fingers if I can to Supia for standing up for her beliefs.Just think, just to prove her point, she waded through 153 posts!! I'll be dizzy after just reading 15 blogs. She's one determined and awesome chick if you ask me.

Reading her recent post on her dissatisfaction of NN's competition a thought crossed my mind, NEVER provoke the wrath of a serious blogger. You'd be signing off your early retirement letter if you do. Probably, one might think, what can a puny little blogger do to a large organization? Agreed that one puny no-body blogger will make little or no impact. But try to stop and think, what happens when there are a lot of other bloggers who read their blog agrees with them? What if one mega famous blogger happens to read their post, agreed and re-post it or tell their followers to go and take a peak on that post? Do you still think it will not effect your organization?

I am not agreeing or disagreeing with Supia's claims. I think she has her points, but I also think that NN have their own procedures. After all, there is always two sides in a story. However, mistakes as this, might spell the end of NN if they are not careful. If bloggers start to run away from them, no matter how many advertisers they get, it wouldn't make any change.

The blogosphere may be a large area, but it is one that resonates and multiply. 

A pin falling on the floor might sound like a bomb exploding in the blogosphere world. So thread the waters carefully if you don't want to fall into a whirlpool.

I am really tired to have coherent thoughts. So I'll end this post here now. Just writing to support this friend of mine. Go check out her blog and see if you agree with her :) Supiaholic

Think I'm SWEET? Then PROVOKE me and I'll make you THINK AGAIN, -the brat,

Sunday, November 21, 2010

The Brat and The Wilderness

 "Who says poets are so enthralled with mountains? Mountains,
mountains, mountains— I've raved on and on, and they're still

clamoring for attention. A thousand peaks, ten thousand ridges:
it's too much for me. If I climb an hour, I need to rest for three.

When your desk is piled full, you just can't add anything more,
and when your withered stomach is full, who can keep eating?

So what good's even a faint scrap of mist or kingfisher-green?
I'll wrap it all up, send the whole bundle off to my city friends"
-David Hinton, Mountain home                                  

The Brat spent 3days and 2 nights at National Park, Pahang. Admittedly the brat has the heart that every explorer and outdoor lovers need, but unfortunately with a stamina that is weaker than thread cut with a scissors. Thus the highlighted quote "it's too much for me. If I climb an hour, I need to rest for three".

Friday, November 12, 2010

8 Reasons Why being the Eldest Sucks

I am the eldest of three siblings. Being the eldest, there were a lot of time that it rocks but many of other times it just plain sucks. For today, I'm focusing on the downside of being the eldest. Let's see if you guys agree or disagree with it. 

#1. You always ends up being the one to give way in any fight.
Even when you know you could win, you would naturally give in. Because you just hate the effort needed to clean up the mess later when your younger siblings 'rebel' against their loss.

Monday, November 8, 2010

SMART ke??

"Ala... nana takpela, nana pandai..."
"Nana tak payah study pun  takpe..."
"You can-la, you smart..."

huh? Exactly how do you define my "smart-ness"? Is it through my flying colors (red-inked) results as noted in my school record book?

Or is it from my 3As a lot of Bs and Cs and 2Ds in my SPM?

Or perhaps through my changing course from Architecture to Mass Comm when I was in my 5th Semester (wasting a good 2 year and half of my life) because I realized I can't do it only after I FAILED the core subject twice in a row?

Sunday, November 7, 2010

If I had Rapunzel's hair....

I'd be a legend! Maybe a new sort of fairytale.... *sigh. My story will be written in an enchanted book with stories from far far away land and a once upon a time...

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

CamQueen of The Year

Not Gonna Say Much,
Vote for me please?
Click on the picture. Please?
Please? Please?

quite a transformation don't u think?

ngee hee hee


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