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  • luctensity 3:40 am on December 5, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: roses, trivia   

    Roses for everyone! 

    homergredbudRED
    Red roses are the traditional symbol for love and romance, and a time-honored way to say “I love you.” The red rose has long symbolized beauty and perfection. A bouquet of red roses is the perfect way to express your deep feelings for someone special.

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    PINK
    As a symbol of grace and elegance, the pink rose is often given as an expression of admiration. Pink roses can also convey appreciation as well as joyfulness. Pink rose bouquets often impart a gentler meaning than their red counterparts.

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    YELLOW
    The bright, sunny color of yellow roses evokes a feeling of warmth and happiness. The warm feelings associated with the yellow rose are often akin to those shared with a true friend. As such, the yellow rose is an ideal symbol for joy and friendship

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    WHITE
    White roses represent innocence and purity and are traditionally associated with marriages and new beginnings. The white rose is also a symbol of honor and reverence, and white rose arrangements are often used as an expression of remembrance.

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    ORANGE
    With their blazing energy, orange roses are the embodiment of desire and enthusiasm. Orange roses often symbolize passion and excitement and are an expression of fervent romance. A bouquet of orange roses will send a meaningful message.

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    LAVENDER
    The unique beauty of the lavender rose has captured many hearts and imaginations. With their fantastical appearance, lavender roses are a perfect symbol of enchantment. The lavender rose is also traditionally used to express feelings of love at first sight.

     

    Just that… I’m allergic to roses. Sigh 😥

     
    • nuzul 4:07 am on June 1, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      i hate roses.. disebab kan roses tu la tangan nuzul berdarah

      • luctensity 1:41 am on January 11, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        LOL, xkan sebab tu je terus x ske.

  • luctensity 2:24 am on December 4, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: capek, indo, masalah,   

    Kwek! 

    Sok~ ini bakalan jadi post pertama gw, ya dalam bahasa indo, krna sebelu ini gw hanya pake ulung-ulung bahasa malaysia sama english. Cuma kali ini gw mau something new gitu supaya ga bosan-bosan lagi. Kalanya gw juga capek mau nulis dalam bahasa english. ;_;

    Hari ini gw kaget banget. Emankny gw perlu malah WAJIB belajar gimana untuk ngomong “NGGAK! GA BISA! GA MAU! NO WAY!!!” Kalo dipikirin, masalah gw itu semakin hari semakin gila. Kepala gw juga udah mula pusing kayak orang ga benar. Storynya begini, gw punya terlalu banyak PR untuk dingerjain (fisika, additional mathematics,etc) , terlalu banyak website untuk diurusin dan banyak kertas kerja yang harus diselesain. Masalahnya gw butuh waktu!!! Ternyata waktu itu ga suka sama gw. Juga baru ngabisin ujian akhir dan otak gw lagi tenat. Next year gw bakal ngikuti one of the biggest exam in Malaysia tapi kiranya gw masih belum study dan kelihatan gw tenang-tenang aja, Ternyata anak bego ini ga bisa ngerjain apa.

    Tapi gw happy bgt hari ini krna gw juga udah dapet upah pake bulan ini! Woooooooooooeeeeeee~ Gw juga sempat ngeliat babynya cousin gw. Dia itu lucu bgt! Mukanya itu kayak cherubi dalam pokemon deh…

    cherubi

    cute nga? hohoho~              

     
    • Michelle 4:42 am on December 4, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      hhe, gw jg skarang dah jarang nulis pake bahasa inggris lagi, enakan pake bahasa sehari-hari ^^”
      wah… santai aja men. kalo stres mala tamba susah ngerjain apa”. taon dpan juga gw ada ujian akhir, tapi gw masih santae” n blm blajar sama sekali (kykna gw dah siap fail kli y… T^T)

    • luctensity 9:03 am on December 4, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      setuju bgt! kalo pake bahasa sehari-hari kan lebih mudah mau ekspresi ato njelasin lebih detail. pokoknya gw uda coba untuk santae tp masih belum berasil. gw ini lagaknya kyk anak pintar tp yang sebenarnya masih ga jelas. iseh, gimana ni yah….

    • amnie 11:43 am on December 8, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      hey luc. ada darah indonesian keh? well, indonesian nyer words lgi best kot. accent die best gak

      • luctensity 3:57 am on December 9, 2008 Permalink | Reply

        xde darah nyer… tapi slalu gak ar ckp indo ngan kwn2 sbb ade jgk kwn indo :p

    • amnie 8:08 am on December 9, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      oohh… wow, mesti best blaja language lain. hee

    • fakhruddin 6:07 am on December 15, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      permisi…jemput ke blog gw….

    • nuzul 5:09 am on December 19, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      hey luc, pekat bangat ayat kamu. lambat nak paham.. hehe.. tulis bahasa yang orang sarawak guna lak… hehe.. neway gambar pokemon tu mmg cute… 🙂

  • luctensity 3:41 am on December 3, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: alex, left handed, support   

    Go A L E X! 

    Source : http://statementofviews.blogspot.com/2008/10/train-left-hand-to-become-similiar-to.html

    Train the left hand to become similiar to the right hand

    Why do you and why do I want to train my left hand to become nearly as efficient as the right?
    If you were able to use both your hands equally, or as close as you can for everything, you would be far more efficient in general. Imagine it as this, Your left hand(or right if you are left handed) is half as good as your right. Not exactly, but that seems fair enough to base it on. So your right hand will be 100% and your left hand will be 50%. So overall 75% effective. If you managed to train your left hand, obviously not as good as your right, it may end up 80% instead of 50%. That would make a 90% overall instead of 75%. Obviously not exactly as that is just an estimate, but still shows the point.

    Plus, to add to that, your right hand will be better assisted by the left, increasing productivity even more. So your right hand will do better just by having your left hand doing better so your right hand will be less taxed by everyday activities meaning it will have less to do. That would mean your right hand will exceed the 100% you had before, possibly even to 110% of what you had. Isn’t it a great feeling, exceeding 100%.

    Pretty much you would just have more control.

    So, why exactly did I want to start using my left hand?
    There are times during school where you would randomly start to write with your opposite hand. No reason really, you just wanted to see how well you could do. That happened today. At first it was barely readable but then it got a little better as I slowed down and better gripped the pen. Just within the last hour, I google searched the possibility to learn with the left hand and I discovered that others had done this to varying levels of success.

    Now, it is possible to train the left hand, but the right hand is because most peoples left side of the brain is dominant. For some reason, the right hand is linked with the left side of the brain and the left with right. This means the left side of my body will never be as strong as the right. Limited not only to hands but legs are another good example.

    So from now, I will start doing a lot of things with my left hand that I would generally have done with the right. Varied examples include washing myself with the sponge being equipped in the left hand, opening doors, turning on taps, holding things in general and so on. Of course, writing, one of the hardest things with the off hand but definitely worth doing to train fine motor skills. Wherever appropriate I will try to use my left hand instead of the right hand.

    We will see how this goes, if it is possible for my left hand to become stronger. Others have done it, let’s see if I can.

    Let me see… I am right handed myself, just that the way I hold my pen is rather odd. Two of my sister are left handed and I see what the difference are and to be frank, it is quite obvious somehow. I remembered the time my sister tried to eat using her left hand which is a “NO NO”! Normally people hold the spoon on his/her right hand while fork on the left hand. I have been wondering if people who are left handed would hold and use their fork and spoon the other way. To write using left hand might be the hardest since it aquire patience and good coordination as well as stability of the hand. Sometimes, people might experiencing a slight shaky at the beginning but from my point of view, if we keep on trying, it is possible for us to master both hands.

    A friend of mine, his grandpa could write using both his hands pretty well–

    From my own observation, these are some characteristic of those who are left handed:
    Neat handwriting and everything seems just nice. Readable 100%
    Creative I would say and good at arts or literature. Maybe because there are more cells on their right brain.

    I might aswell try using my left hand! 😀

     
    • Alex 5:54 am on December 4, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Going through my pageloads and found a link from your site. I haven’t made much of an update on the left hand training but I can write readble at a moderate pace. I seem to be able to write numbers better than letters maybe because I did it a lot in maths, but it was interesting and I’ll try using my left hand more in the future. Thanks for linking my blog.

    • khaty 1:35 am on December 5, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      gw juga byk kerja perlu diurusin(haha..saje try2)

      kok baby itu rupanya seperti itu??
      😛

    • luctensity 2:43 am on December 5, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      ummm … slh tempat comment ke? :o:

    • khaty 2:30 am on December 6, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      aiyak..yeke??eh,betul la!

  • luctensity 12:46 am on December 3, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: camels, details, handwriting, holding pen   

    Stupid… 

    Written based on an article found here : http://www.homeschool.co.uk/resource/duet6v7-how-to-hold-a-pen-correctly.html

    Between your thumb and two fingers place

    Your pen to write with comlines and grace;

    Your thumb first aloft, as highest bestowe,

    Your forefinger next, your middle finger belowe.

    Hold softly your pen, lean lightlie thereon,

    Write softlie therewith, and pause thereupon.

    For swiftness will come of itself anon,

    Ill tricks are soon caught, but not so soone gon.

    – From the Writing Schoolmaster by Peter Bailes, 1590

    As for me…

    Between your middle finger and your ring finger place

    My pen to write with comlines and disgrace

    Desire and passion to write for time and day

    Fruck teh article all the way

    – From the mind by Luc 2008

    The thing is there is proper way to hold your bloody pen! One writes based on his/her comfy’ty <– (Such word does not exist). Thus, it doesnt matter how you hold it, or how you write it… Just keep one thing in mind, as long as people can read what you write, that is fair enough.

    As I was browsing through the net, I found this site : http://www.thehatchreport.com/ and decided to take a peek at it assuming there is a lot of interesting articles. Guess what, I found a lot of articles on camels… wooooooooooooooooooooooooooo and suddenly I saw this…

    The difference between one-hump and two-hump camels and I was ;_; btw, I read it… I guess every detail matters eih…

     
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