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  • Tigeriban 8:57 am on September 3, 2010 Permalink | Reply

    The Sweetnes Taboo 

    Let me talk first about the sweetness taboo i ever experiences. Actually I don’t want publish this post because I am very shy to what happen to me. But since I open minded, I don’t care anymore. I know it is taboo but I like her sweetness. It very very tempting one. She is very “cheap” I can not resist anymore. Everyday I must doing it no matter day and night. Dammed it. You make me died because of you. It licking good you know. Trust me. It make my eyes turn to white…..You know how that feel….Not need for me explain more. Gosh….it make me think of her everyday 24 / 7 or more. Every morning I must do it and before I going to sleep I must grab her, pampered her and licking her a much as possible. You make my life CRAZY!!!!!! You smell very nice and make me insane. Whole my body become very hot because of her. I don’t care what the whole world talking about you as long as love you so much…Muahhhh!!!! I would kill you if you say something bad about her. I love you so much darling!!!!

    Tadaaaa!!!! It is durian time….lol. It durian session at Miri now. Every time I went back work from Airport Miri, I must bought some durian. Not some but I buy so many since they sell it very cheap. They sold it 4 for RM 10 ringgit. Sometime I spend RM 50 for durian….lol. Died hard fan one and I must buy it. Eat it day and night until I get fever. Once awhile mah….Makan puas puas. Do you know why it call taboo fruits? Because some people allergic to durian. Don’t take to much durian, especially those people have high blood because it increase blood pressure. I heard so many cases people died because of durian. They eat it to much until they can’t control themselves. Durian combined with beer or coke….and the result is “bye-bye” Another one is because of smell. You must be realize that durian is not allowed entered to hotel, shopping mall, airplane and etc. Some people like the smell and some people don’t like. That why you will see the sign banned on durian. Whatever it is I LOVE DURIAN.

    *P/S: This writing was imported from my previous blog.

  • Tigeriban 8:21 am on September 3, 2010 Permalink | Reply

    Actually I am doing part time job, secretly. 

    Sometime I have to go out to find extra income for myself. You know it very hard nowadays. Everything was very expensive. So the solution is I have to work part time. On the morning I work at Airport and at the night time I worked as a Chef at The Other Office Restaurant. After I finished my work at Airport, I rushing to go home to change my clothes. Then I proceed to The Other Office Restaurant and I started cooking some dishes to be serves to customer like Bacon Cheese Burger, French Onion Soup, Super Chunk Fruit Salad, Triple Berry Cheesecake, Spitfire Roasted Chicken, Pumpkin pie and much more. The owner of the restaurant give me salary RM 800 per month. It ok for me but I still need more. This is my first part time job as Chef and I happy with this job.

    Besides that I have second part time job. This one I doing this job secretly. I don’t want other people know I am doing this kind of job. It is underground one or also know as Mafia. Please keep silent. I don’t want my top management know that I am doing illegal job. Actually I am one of the leader in Miri and I called my group as Tiger Clan. Vicious and dangerous ones. Most of the Mirian people respect my clan. Kuasa polis kalah punya…hahahaha *evil laughing* Although we behave like that but we have good heart and will to help people in need. My attitude is like Robin Hood…lol. By the way we have link to other different Mafia all over the world. We use Facebook to connect each other. My income doing this stuff very promising. Every time I received RM 1 million per month. Enough to buy good weapon. Hahahahahahaha *evil laughing* Please don’t mess up with me. Like what Phua Cu Kang said “Don’t pray, pray”

    But I have to cover up myself. I can not doing Mafia job all the time because I am afraid my superior suspicious with me. Later on he find out that I am doing illegal job, he will terminate my job at Airport Miri. I must save myself first because I still want to work at Airport Miri. I got connection with Miri Airport staff in term of delivery of illegal “part”. You know what I mean right.  There is one female and her nick name is ”

    Before I become Chef and Mafia leader, I was a farmer. Even before I work at Airport Miri. Full time farmer take care of his small farm. I brought this farm last year and I plant various vegetables and fruits. I plant strawberry, wheat and many more. With this way, I can generate another income. Even though it generate slow income but it is stable.

    For conclusion, this is my way to generate side income. Do you want to follow me? Gotcha. Happy reading.

    I am working person full time with Facebook as I seat in front of my lappy all the time. Hail !!!!!! Facebook!!!!

  • Tigeriban 10:47 am on September 1, 2010 Permalink | Reply

    UEFA ban vuvuzelas from European competition 

    BERNE, Sept 1 — Vuvuzelas have been kicked out of European competition after UEFA said that the plastic trumpets drowned out supporters and detracted from the emotion of the game.

    The plastic horns became a hallmark of the World Cup in South Africa, producing a monotonous droning sound which provided a backdrop for every match.

    But they will not be allowed in stadiums in UEFA competitions such as the Champions League, Europa League and Euro 2012 qualifiers after UEFA’s ruling on Wednesday.

    “European football’s governing body has informed its 53 member associations that it has taken the move for reasons related to Europe’s football culture and tradition, saying that the atmosphere at matches would be changed by the sound of the vuvuzela,” said UEFA in a statement.

    “The World Cup was characterised by the vuvuzela’s widespread and permanent use in the stands,” it added.

    “In the specific context of South Africa, the vuvuzela adds a touch of local flavour and folklore, but UEFA feels that the instrument’s widespread use would not be appropriate in Europe, where a continuous loud background noise would be emphasised.”

    The statement then continued with a clear criticism of the controversial instrument.

    “The magic of football consists of the two-way exchange of emotions between the pitch and the stands, where the public can transmit a full range of feelings to the players.

    “However, UEFA is of the view that the vuvuzelas would completely change the atmosphere, drowning supporter emotions and detracting from the experience of the game.

    “To avoid the risk of these negative effects in the stadiums where UEFA competitions are played and to protect the culture and tradition of football in Europe — singing, chanting etc. — UEFA has decided with immediate effect that vuvuzelas will not be allowed in the stadiums where UEFA competitions matches are played. — Reuters

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