Friday, May 15, 2009

Rainbow and Suna Walking Down The Memory Lane


Oppss... gambar tak sempat diPhotoShop hehehe

Why I feature Suna in this entry? It is because her name always pop-up everytime I meet up with my UMS buddies. One thing I love about Suna and why we become so close is that sometimes she can be so passionate about things that matters to her the most. Like food, books, family, sleep (she can fake being awake coz u can't distinguish anyway whether she is sleeping or not - mata sepet maa) and "Montgomery men" (for those who read Jude Deveraux bestselling novels).

Take for example food - tak kiralah Japanese, Korean, Italian, Malay, Chinese, Greek, South Indian, North Indian, Western, Continental ... semua pun sudah masuk perut! Our food exploration came to a halt for a while coz she was too busy experimenting with different types of cheese at Carrefour Putrajaya and I was busy finding my way to and in Putrajaya hehehe ...

Talking about books ... the only book that we couldn't digest till now is our programming textbooks though we can be proud that we understand Bahasa JAVA . During our UMS days ... habis sudah bah buku di KK library tu kami2 saja yang pinjam.

And she must have been a very good girl these days coz Allah got her posted to KK Library ... which entitle her to borrow up to 10 books, return anytime ... I am so jealous! Bak kata pepatah si Samsir (or is it Fifie) ... "janganlah ko kacau si Suna kalau dia suda membaca, sudah masuk dalam buku bah tu" (too engross in her readings). But I do pray someday somehow ... a Montgomery man (the Chinese version of course) will walk into that isolated KK Library and sweep you off your feet ...

Hehehe ... one principle that I won't forget to this day is "ndak kisahlah Jaime kalau di luaran nie orang nampak aku pakai hand downs from my aunties ... tapi yang dalam2 nie you can play with your wildest imagination". Which is quite true ... you will seldom find matching female undergarments at the ampaian kan - be it your mum's, sister's, cousin's or ex-housemates (opppsss!)? Mesti mismatch!


So the last few days were like reviving our UMS days ... starting the ritual with filling our belly with good food. Only now our food selection has changed due to cholesterol, weight and hypertension issues (hahahaha). Yesterday I brought her to Ah Cheng Laksa at Cineleisure, next to the Curve. Staying true to our concept of fine dining - makan hawker food pun kena ada style.



I ordered my favourite Curry Laksa with cockles ... oh ya Ida, this is consider 2nd lah to that auntie who use to sell at our office area.


Suna ordered Assam Laksa with Sotong Rendam. Add a little otak udang and yummmmmmmmmm ...


But of course, tak sah kalau takde order tambahan bila makan dengan Suna. As seen here is Pan Mee. Wooo ... tasty!

To wash down all the tasty food, I ordered air mata kuching ... (dried longan drink) ... marvelous ...

We wanted to spent the rest of our evening shopping and looking for books at the Borders. However fearing that Suna might "lost" herself among the books, we agreed to watch the film adaptation of Dan Brown's -Angels and Demons instead. I have been looking forward to watch this movie for months. Though most of my Christians (in particular Catholic) friends find the movie offensive (including the DaVinci Code), my passion on everything historical supercede my religious belief.


Anyway, I am exploring the artistic side of me wat!!! Since I haven't read the book, I was very impressed with the casts who successfully make me wonder who was the "Mole" in this thriller - Ewan McGregor (Carmelengo Patrick McKenna) , Stellan Skarsgard (Komander Richter), Ayelet Zurer (Dr. Vittoria Vetra) and Armin Mueller-Stahl (Cardinal Strauss). Still prefer DaVinci Code storyline though. Anyway, after reading review on Washiton Post about this movie ... I might as well get myself a copy of the book ...

And macam biasalah myself and Suna will have in depth discussion on this movie, the religion, and the historical value .... quite the opposite seseorang yang tertidur time tgk Puteri Gunung Ledang -The Movie hehehe

11 comments:

Olpicture said...

Gaaaaahhhh!!!! tak tengok lagi Wolverine and Star Trek!!! dah kuar citer lain dah!!!

rambomadonna said...

Wolverine - I watched coz I am so in love with Hugh Jackman's biceps ... delicious ...

Star Trek - I am not going to watch coz Eric Bana is not delicious enough for a villain ...

Am I being bias with these two Aussies? Hehehe

mohdsazali said...

bos... sedap tak citer angle n demon....kalu okey nak g tengok sat lagi....

rambomadonna said...

ok KALAU u minat sejarah lah .. sebab citer dia agak slow sikit... Tom Hank pun taklah berlagak hero sangat dalam movie tuh, more academician. I bagi 31/2 bintang jer...

Si Yoyop Bah... said...

Asam laksa dgn sotong rendam tu nampak sdp btl. Suna makan tu sehingga menjilat jari ke?

rambomadonna said...

Siap licin berkilat mangkuk tu suhaila ... tak setitik kuah pun yang tertinggal ...

Anyway, tempat tuh tempat favourite syariah jugak ...

SeMiN said...

yang paling menarik perhatian aku... hmmm tentulah babmakan ehhehehe

rambomadonna said...

me tooo .... I can't wait to have English style picnic with u in Durham ... save that piece for me hehehe

suna said...

O.M.G..perlukah disebut tentang saiz mata...!
hehe,dua hari tinggal dengan Jaime memang sungguh bermakna. Pelbagai peranan dapat dicuba, ..gourmand, film critic, singer (remember the kala-oke session?),kutu rayau....amah..

Just joking! really enjoyed the time!

Thanks ya! for being my good friend..

ida said...

ah so aku masih lagi terngiang2 dengkuran abg ros di panggung ittew... (hakhakahak in denial mode)

p/s: mismatched pun brand2 wat??!!!

Jimmy said...

Siok giler oh Angels and Demons. I prefer this movie than Da Vinci Code. Actually the book version is better than the movie. Banyak storyline dia kasih buang dalam movie. I read the book and also I downloaded audio book version jugak. You know audio book yang ada orang baca untuk kau if you malas to baca. He...He...

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