Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Creating Your Gaming Laptop!

Okay, I admit that I'm some kinda tech geek but the thing is, I can never run away from gaming. Everyone loves games. It's bullshit if you're not because I know that you're lying. Games are fun. And games should be played at the best conditions possible, right? So, I've got something to share with my readers, how to create your personal best gaming laptop!

What you need.

1. You'll need a laptop, ofcourse!

Any laptop will do. As long as it has decent graphics. Unlike the alienware laptops, they're far too superior. I'm using a Macbook Pro 13 inch, it has nice graphics and doesn't really hangs that much. A lot of people ask me could Apple laptops play games like windows? Of course they can! (Sorry mum, I've violated my promise not to play games on this laptop! =P)

2. Mouse! Where mousepad on laptops sucks.

A mouse is a must have for everyone! Wether you're using a laptop, netbook or desktop. Using a mouse feels so much comfortable than clicking on the mousepad provided by the laptop. How to play dota or counter strike when you don't have a mouse, right???? (Mouse with ballz are outdated. Use laser mouse instead!)

3. Speakers, providing you with the best gaming atmosphere possible.

Bored with inferior 2-d sounds from your laptop? Then its time to plug in some speakers yaww! Speakers provide gamers realtime sounds and certainly boosts the gaming atmosphere. Any speakers would do. Stereo, that is. 

4. Keyboards, here comes guitar hero!

A lot of people thought that buying a keyboard for a laptop is worthless. But I kid you not! Buying a keyboard for your laptop is worth the investment. Why press the buttons on your laptop that could damage the internal parts of your laptop when you could press a new, shiny, keyboard? Don't be a cheapskate and get one now! Plus, you can play guitar hero with a keyboard too. :)

5. USB HUBSSS! Get those USB cracking!!

How the hell are you going to fit all those laptop accessories if you don't have enough usb's right? 


Cooling pad is essential for every laptop users. Laptops doesn't really have an efficient cooling system. Gaming would cause the laptop to be prone to melting of your motheboard, if you're not careful. Do yourself a favour and buy your laptop a cooling pad. (Aluminium materials are best since they could absorb heat from your laptop faster). The cooling master U1/U2 edition is a great addition for laptop gamers! And btw, less heat=smooth gaming!



Sunday, September 19, 2010

Photography: Cute Persian Cats!!!

Meet Hugo. He's a persian kitty. 4 months old and seriously cute and tame! Really knows how to be a model.  And sexy too~




ARGHH!! I feel like slapping Hugo for being cute!!
Well, who can blame him? =P

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Raya!! A Week Summary!

First of all, I would like to say sorry for my readers! It has been a busy week since I arrived Kuching. Thanks for visiting and spending time in Random Apples and to my friends who visited me during Raya! (God Bless). To make it up for you readers, here's a post, a summary of a week of my Raya!


I had fun during this raya festival. Did a lot of stuff such as visiting my friends, families, and cousins, indulging  those delicious rendangs, lemangs, ketupats and ayam kurma, and play firecrackers during the night- airbomb, as we Sarawakians call it.

Every year I look forward to Raya. Only during this time of the year you could obtain "packets" containing a generous amount of money from our close relatives. Everytime you see your auntie or uncle calls you, you'll have this eager feeling that you'd be receiving "angpau's", don't you think? 

On the first day of Raya, me and my family had an open house session. For those of you who don't know what's an open house is, its a day when a particular "tuan rumah" invites his/her guests to his/her house for a feast- something like that. There's a lot of people coming, mostly the malays and chinese. It was a tiring on that day though, since there were a lot of people to serve.

I also went to some of my relatives houses that day, had a generous amount of angpau's too, hehe. In the night it was Fariz's house with Aizat and my cousin where we ended in McDonalds short after. The first day really blew me off. It felt a bit weird after a month of fasting when in the first morning of Syawal you get up from your bed and eat rendang.

The 2nd day was nothing short as hectic. Spending the whole lot with my friends, we went to some of our teachers house. It was nice to sit and talk with the teachers again. It felt warm. There were a lot of gossips to talk about, particularly school. Didn't knew that the toilet in my former school now has a CCTV. WTH!

The third day was quite similar to the first and 2nd day too. Visited a lot of my friends house but sadly didn't have the luxury to go to my other relatives, since my dad was busy with his work for the Malaysia Day event. The first 3 days I stuffed my belly with all kinds of food, especially satay for instance. I do think that I eat satay only during raya. The last time I remembered eating satay was last year, in RAYA! The third day was also the date where Liverpool played Birmingham at St. Andrews. It was frustrating yet again to see Liverpool drew 0-0 with Birmingham. It feels agonizingly painful to watch your team doesn't live up with expectations. Oh well.

The fourth Raya was fun. I spent the day watching movies with Farisha and her family- watching Resident Evil Afterlife which in my humble opinion, SUCKS. I don't quite get the idea of the final Resident Evil movie. It's pretty lame. I wouldn't recommend to watch that movie. Wished that I'd watched Step Up 2 instead. Besides, I also bought myself a new t-shirt! It spells Photograph? infront of the shirt, which looks absolutely cool. (Me thinks.)

I look gay. Don't bother. Anyways, the fifth raya was a bit weird and all, since I went to Hopoh to buy myself a fake psp memory and battery. I tried to create a pandora battery using the battery that I bought but sadly the chip wasn't the same as the original. Screw that battery! Wasted RM50 for nothing! Now the battery is useless since I peeled off some kinda chip thingy which I don't dare to risk putting it in my psp. Besides, now I've learnt how to hack a PSP! Its not that hard though and is fun! Go google how to hack a PSP- its nice when you could hack a device and customize it. Now I know how great it is to be a hacker!

The sixth day of Raya, Malaysia day was ordinary. Again, visited relatives and friends houses, ate a lot and made my wallet fat. Met Cikgu Bidari at the Spring today. He's inspirational. He's going to Sarjana soon though. So my friends, you guys can meet him there next year! =P. Was also shocked by the fact that during my journey to the Spring, there were loads of people who were going there too! Imagine 3 car lines are trying to get into the one lane basement parking! And one thing that I hate about Malaysians is that they do steal our parkings and are not considerate during driving!

Plus, I also went to the Malaysia Day celebration held at Stadium Perpaduan. It's Faizal Tahir and its live, baby! It was a dream come true for me because I always wanted to see him sing live and he didn't disappoint. Love his voice. (Repeat, I'm not gay for saying that).

To top things off, the seventh day of Raya was the day that I'm writing this long lengthy post. I hope that you readers enjoyed it. Oh, I've got a little surprise for you guys.

Just incase you didn't know, traditional Sarawakian hats are like these;

Cute hoh? Got feathers some more! :D

P:S//Going back to University this Sunday..T__T

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Counting The Days To The Last Day Of Ramadhan

Last Monday was my last day breaking my fast with my friends at Micet. We bought a lot of food that day, nasi kerabu, sambal ayam, you name it.

Last Tuesday was my last day hanging out in Micet and I skipped Maths class just to get myself in time at the airport. I didn't miss Micet at all. Probably I was eager to get home. It was my first time breaking fast in the airport, too. Only ate curry puffs and iced milo which costed me RM11. Why does airport prices are so damn expensive? Does airport got some kinda royalty or something? Sigh.

Yesterday was the day I broke my fast with Farisha and her family. There were arabs there too. I felt a little bit awkward though. If only I could speak some arab. I wish. Played a game of futsal with my friends on the same day. Tiring. At Micet, I rarely play futsal anymore since Micet only have one futsal court which you have to play against approximately 10 teams. Boo.

Anyways, today is the last day of Ramadhan. Spent the day by playing Plants vs Zombies, survival and managed to survive at only 30 flags and some house cleaning. Traffic jams were everywhere when I was driving. Everybody is in the mood for raya! :D.

Tomorrow would be the 1st of Syawal. Every muslim in the world would be celebrating Hari Raya Aidilfitri. As a Malaysian, there would be open houses everywhere. Foods ranging from lemang, satay, ketupat and even rendang spices up the festive even more. Listening to the mosques berzikir tonight brings back the good ol' days of Syawal where me and my friends, cousins play firecrackers outside the house.

So, I'm going to take this opportunity to wish all of my families, friends and readers of Random Apples;

Selamat Menyambut Hari Raya Aidilfitri! 
Maaf Zahir dan Batin!

Jemput datang ke rumah! :D. 

P:S// Open house is at the 1st day of Raya. :)

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

My Blog Turned Out To be 18SX! WTF!

I was really shocked to see this. Never thought that a pervert was reading my blog!

That pervert must've have thought that my blog was a porn site. Cuci mata 18SX video. WTH! (And its Ramadhan!)

Should I label my blog as 18SX then???? Lol. =P

Sunday, September 5, 2010


Once upon a time I was inspired by a footballer, Steven Gerrard, by his never-say-die attitude. I could still recall the 2005 UEFA Champions League moment, where Gerrard inspired Liverpool to win against AC-Milan from 3-0 down to 3-3 and sealed the win with Jerzy Dudek's penalty save from Shevcenko.

Ah..the memory it brings.

I remembered a day when a motivator came to my college and asked me, who was my idol, and I told him Steven Gerrard. I idolised Steven Gerrard. He inspired me to become what I am today. (Somehow).

As time goes on..I found a new hobby, photography, ever since I bought my first bridge camera, a Canon S5IS, which I sold to purchase myself a second-hand Nikon D40x dslr camera. Photography inspires me to see things differently. To appreciate nature. Appreciate life. Appreciate your friends and even family. I see photography as my only inspiration at the moment because that's the only way I could express myself.

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Low Mentality People

Every Malaysians know that this year we're celebrating our 53rd year of independence. Alhamdullillah, our nation is still strong and competitive. I love Malaysia, although Malaysia ain't that "maju" compared to other countries such as Japan, Singapore or the US; Malaysia seems to be the only place that I could think of as home.

Its peaceful, quiet and relaxing. Sometimes I'm disappointed with Sarawak over the development of the other counties in Malaysia but the truth is, Sarawak, being underdeveloped as other countries in Malaysia does give me an positive impression to my own country, like how to appreciate peace and quiet. Being in big cities like Kuala Lumpur never really fascinates me since the cost of living is way to high. Living in Sarawak is cheap, though! :D.

Unfortunately, this is not the case here. What i'm going to tell you guys is how disappointed I am by a nation, which is our "neighbor". I can't really elaborate that much but I'm hoping you guys get what I mean by looking at these pictures.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Nak Balik..=(

Next week is Raya. Everyone knows that and sadly I'm stuck here in Micet, sitting and laying down on my bed doing nothing in particular.

Dota perhaps? Guitar Hero? Photography? Nah..boring. I'm not really in the mood for all that, but i'm 100% in the mood to be back at my hometown!

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Spot the difference!

This is my Gay Partner In Crime (GPIC), Faris.

We do gay stuff together like hiding under the bed when Mr. Hanafi comes to check on us during prep hours, throw shitloads of pukes/garbage during birthday bashes, sneak in the library during 1-2am just to online and play PES during the wee hours of morning likes there's no class tomorrow.

Somehow, I met his twin here in Micet!

Can we do gay stuff together orange-shirt-guy????!
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