Archive | December, 2006

Gel Bantu Percepatkan Pembuangan Lemak Badan

29 Dec

USAHA untuk memecahkan lemak dalam badan bukan perkara mudah. Selain menjaga pemakanan, senaman juga penting untuk memastikan usaha itu berjaya.

Bagaimanapun, terdapat gel yang boleh membantu mempercepatkan lagi usaha memecah lemak.

Antaranya, jenama Xpertise Hip & Tight Trim Shaping Gel yang bahan utamanya ialah pati buah koko yang dikatakan dapat membuang lemak terutama di bahagian punggung dan paha. Koko dikatakan dapat mempercepatkan proses metabolisme untuk mengurangkan lemak dalam badan.

Gel itu dapat membantu:

memanaskan bahagian yang hendak dibuang lemaknya dan membantu peredaran darah;

membantu membuang lebihan kotoran atau toksin;

mengandungi anti-oksidan yang menjadikan kulit anda semakin sihat.

Satu lagi jenama yang turut mengeluarkan gel untuk tujuan yang sama ialah Kimchi Body Shaping Gel.

Kimchi ialah makanan pembuka selera popular dari Korea. Ia diperbuat daripada sayur kubis, bawang dan bawang putih. Untuk tujuan kesihatan, dengan menggunakan bahan-bahan semula jadi dari negara itu, ia mengeluarkan gel untuk mengurangkan lemak dalam badan.

Kimchi Body Shaping Gel membantu anda:

membuang toksin dalam badan;

membakar lemak di bahagian yang perlu dikurangkan;

memperbaiki pengeluaran kolagen.

Office Stretching

24 Dec


Upward arm stretch

  • Interlace
    fingers above head, palms upward
  • Push
    arms slightly back and up
  • Breathe
  • Hold
    stretch 10 to 20 seconds



Shoulder shrug

  • Sit
    or stand with arms hanging loosely at sides
  • Shrug
    shoulders up
  • Hold
    five seconds
  • Breathe
  • Relax
    shoulders downward
  • Repeat
    5-10 times



Over-the-shoulder stretch

  • Sit
    or stand with arms hanging loosely at sides
  • Turn
    head to one side, then the other
  • Hold
    for five seconds, each side
  • Repeat
    one to three times



Shoulders back

  • Sit
    with fingers interlaced behind head, elbows straight out to sides,
    upper body aligned
  • Pull
    shoulder blades together to create feeling of tension through upper
    back and shoulder blades
  • Hold
    five seconds, relax
  • Repeat
    one to three times



Upper arm stretch

  • Stand
    or sit and place right hand on left shoulder
  • With
    left hand, pull right elbow across chest toward left shoulder and hold
    10 to 15 seconds
  • Repeat
    on other side



Arm and side stretch

  • Sit
    with arms overhead
  • Hold
    elbow with hand of opposite arm
  • Pull
    elbow behind head gently as you slowly lean to side until mild stretch
    is felt
  • Hold
    10 to 15 seconds
  • Repeat
    on other side



Forward arm stretch

  • Interlace
    fingers and turn palms out
  • Extend
    arms in front at shoulder height
  • Hold
    10 to 20 seconds, relax, and repeat



Head forward stretch


  • Sit
    or stand with arms hanging loosely at sides
  • Gently
    tilt head forward to stretch back of neck
  • Hold
    five seconds
  • Repeat
    one to three times




Boss First

20 Dec

A customer service rep, a sales rep and a vice president of a business software firm in a large city are walking through a park on their way to lunch when they find an antique oil lamp. They rub it and a Genie comes out in a puff of smoke.

The Genie says, “I usually only grant three wishes, so I’ll give each of you just one.”

“Me first! Me first!” says the customer service rep. “I want to be in the Bahamas, driving a speedboat, without a care in the world.”

Poof! She’s gone.

In astonishment, “Me next! Me next!” says the sales rep. “I want to be in Hawaii, relaxing on the beach with my personal masseuse, an endless supply of pina coladas and the love of my life.” Poof! He’s gone.

“You’re next,” the Genie says to the vice president. The vice president says, “I want those two back in the office after lunch.”

Moral of story: Always Let your Boss have the first say.

Simon’s Scam Site #1

12 Dec

Checking the referrers’ links, I came across this site that linked to my posts.


11 Dec

The next time you receive a performance appraisal…
when your boss use the following terms….don’t be too happy… they really mean something else…


GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILLS …….. Spends lots of time on phone

AVERAGE EMPLOYEE …………….. Not too bright

EXCEPTIONALLY WELL QUALIFIED ….. Made no major blunders yet

WORK IS FIRST PRIORITY ……….. Too ugly to get a date

ACTIVE SOCIALLY ……………… Drinks a lot

FAMILY IS ACTIVE SOCIALLY …….. Spouse drinks, too

INDEPENDENT WORKER …………… Nobody knows what he/she does

QUICK THINKING ………………. Offers plausible excuses

CAREFUL THINKER ……………… Won’t make a decision

AGGRESSIVE ………………….. Obnoxious

USES LOGIC ON DIFFICULT JOBS ….. Gets someone else to do it



HAS LEADERSHIP QUALITIES ……… Is tall or has a loud voice


KEEN SENSE OF HUMOR …………. Knows a lot of dirty jokes

CAREER MINDED ……………….. Back Stabber

LOYAL ………………………. Can’t get a job anywhere else

Accident Happens Anywhere

8 Dec

Date : 7th December 2006
Time : 6:20 pm – 6:30 pm

Decided to ride on a different route back to home…..

Approached Gombak MRT station, a T-Junction and turn right. Heard a horn from somewhere, turn my head to left and saw a motorbike beside. Suddently feel like my back tyre skidded, feel like more grafity pull on my right side and there goes me and my bike on the middle of the road…

My knee hit the rough surface road i quickly gather all my strength and push myself up, off the bike and walk to the side of the road. A car passed by me and the lady inside asked me if i need an ambulance. I said thank and say i ok and they drove away

An indian guy came and asked me the same question, and i reply the same. He helped to pull up my bike with the help of his friend and pushed it to the side of the road. I thanked them and they continued thier journey home.

My jean was torn at the knee area. Rilex myself for a while and ride home.

How To Touch A Girl

8 Dec

JoJo, Thanks for the tips!

7 habits for successful people

7 Dec


7 habits for successful people

“Steven Covey is definitely hokkien”


Habit No 1

Be Pro-Active :

Ka Kin Chiew (fast leg, fast hand)


Habit No 2

Begin with the End In mind :

Tow Wu Buay (have head, have tail)


Habit No 3

First Thing First :

Hung Chik Hung Lai ,

Ban Lai (One thing at a time, slow and steady) or

Tow Seng (do first)


Habit No 4

Think Win-Win :

Chong Ai Yarh (everything want to win)


Habit No 5

Seek To Understand Rather Than To Be Understood :

Lang Ai Eh Beng Pek (you must be understanding)


Habit No 6

Synergize :

Kay Ai Hup Chop (all must co-operate)


Habit No 7

Sharpen the Saw :

Bua Lai Lai




Free MP3s

4 Dec

Some of the best “free” english mp3 websites:

The “free” malay mp3 websites:

The real free mp3 websites:

Free malay music video website:

Best Possible Video Connection

3 Dec

Found this infomation from website.

There are three types of video connections that offer different levels of video quality:

Component Video (Best Quality)

Component video provides the best color separation, using the full bandwidth of black and white to produce the sharpest image. Red, green and blue signals are divided between the Pb and Pr cables, and the black and white signal is passed through the Y cable. The jacks on your TV set may be color-coded as (Pb) blue, (Pr) red, and (Y) green. Alternately, the TV jacks may be labeled Cb, Cr and Y.

S-Video (Better Quality)

S-Video is short for Super-Video. It is an available connection on most DVD players. S-Video is a high-quality method of transmitting video signals over cable to a television. S-Video separates information into two signals: Chrominance (color) and Luminance (brightness). This prevents color bleeding and the moving line of dots between colors, a phenomenon described as ‘Dot Crawl’, and increases clarity and sharpness. Once the information is finally delivered to the TV, it is done so as a single signal over one wire.

Composite Video (Good Quality)

The yellow composite video connector is typically part of a three-cable bundle that includes the red and white audio connectors. Older TV sets may only have this video connection available.

A composite video input combines the black and white component (Y) and the color difference component (C) into one signal. With these components combined into a composite signal, they cannot be separated once the TV set receives the signal. Thus, color separation is not sharply defined, and the edges of color images may exhibit ‘Dot Crawl’.