Left behind at the highway

I was lepaking at a friend’s place helping to finish up some assignments when he sent me back early in the morning because we felt hungry also. So there we were goin through the Jalan Duta toll into the NKVE highway and wanting to exit at the Kota Damansara tol. Some distance after the tol,there’s a bend then the road cuts through some hills. That road is a rather lonely and usually only lorries pass that area.

About 5 minutes after the toll, i noticed someone standing at the side of the road :shock: , and i said to my fren, “eh its a lady!” He noticed her too, and stopped some distance away. He said “if it was just me alone I wouldnt stop but since u’re with me then its ok.” He reversed a bit and i winded the window down and asked, “Kak nak pegi mana?

lonely highway at night
Lonely Highway (Picture from Stock.xchng – free stock photos)

She said she wanted to get back to Bangsar. After asking my fren if it was ok if we sent her back, he said “masuklah, kita hantar u balik“. Apparently she was fighting with her friends and she said something like “kalo u tak suka, u letak i kat sini je la” (SO not a smart thing to do) and they stopped the car and actually dragged her out of the car and left. And she was crying saying that she didnt even know where she was and how to get back. :sad:

So we exited at the Damansara and proceeded to Bangsar with me as the navigator coz my fren is hopeless with roads :|. On the way we noticed her accent was ‘different’ and then my fren asked “You dari mana? Sarawak ke?” and apparently she was a Kuching gal. And so we (her and I) were talking a bit in Sarawakian (its been ages since i last spoke Sarawak malay).

After sending her back (plus a stop at a gas station for directions and her insisting that I took her number) we were on our way to makan at Nasi Kandar at Bangsar.

Me : So naper tanak amik dier kalo u sorang dlm kereta?
Fren : Eh manatau bila i stop pastu ada kawan2 dier panjat dari longkang ke semak kat tepi tu pastu nak curi keta I ke, buat benda tak elok ke…
Me : Imaginasi u tinggi sgt la *hahaha* :lol:
Fren : So, lesson of the day, jgn jadi mabuk.
Me : Drunk? camner u tau?
Fren : Masa dier masuk dah i bau
Me : Really? I tak perasan.
Fren : U mesti la tak perasan..sbb dah sebati dgn diri you :twisted:
Me :…… (cis!)

Anyway i think it was totally evil and inhuman of her friends to leave her there. Even if u’re so pissed off at her, leave her somewhere where there are people lah, a kedai mamak, a gas station or bus stop or something.

Lucky I always got good friends when I go out clubbing…(plus its too expensive kinda hard to get me drunk :roll: ).


I make a bid for one of these utterly cute bracelets on Ebay (u know how crazy i am about bracelets). And its for a good cause too! :) Go and make your biddings now! :)

pink love japanese music lilac dreams mushrooms in a garden

Review : Jangan Pandang Belakang

** yea yea, I watched a Malay movie, dont faint. LOL!** tag]

jgn pandang blakang [Picture cilok-ed from CinemaOnline]

I saw Alangz promoting the movie on his status on Yahoo Messenger. So i pon tanya la siapa2 pegi:

alangz: coppp.. most of my friends bukan bloggers tau..
alangz: serindit, cekedess…
me: ada laki lain yg cute2 tak
alangz: delinn blom confirm..
alangz: adaaaaaaaa…….
alangz: hahahhaaa… solo lagi…
alangz: plus me
alangz: hahahaha
me: u manade solo dah :P
me: hsemate u dtg?
alangz: datang
alangz: and my friends.. 4 org yang solo
me: cute tak?
me: tak cute tamo pegi
alangz: cute…
alangz: hehee… well.. ada 6 org solo.. leh pilihhhh

So with that i decided to pegi tgk that movie :P anyway dah lama tak jumpa serindit ngan cekedess alangz tu dah byk sgt kali jumpa..bosan dah. So i drove down to Mines, got lost a bit reaching that area (its the first time I’ve been to Mines) met up with didit, alangz and his friends. After the movie we went to lepak at a nearby shop, eating and chit chatting.

From top left (clockwise) : Bontot2, group pic, pinggan alangz yg dijilat bersih, Alangz & Coco (jgn jeles ek zure) :P

How was the movie? Honestly, i almost never watch Malay movies in the cinema (I guess this is the third after Baik Punya Cilok and Cicakman) because they suck tend to have many things lacking.

JPB actually has a good and interesting storyline but for some reason, the ‘ghost’ looked more hilarious than scary. Of course there was a lot of use of scary music and haunting scream sound effects.

However thecinematography (cewah i sound like a filming expert) was pretty expected – showing a doorway in the background where something suddenly passes by, the presence of a long-haired thing in the elevator and the over-the-shoulder shot showing a ]ghost crawling on the ground.

Oh and certain scenes of the ghost floating, u can actually see a string :P lol!

[Rating : 1 out of 5 stars]

p/s: Alangz, tak cute pon kawan2 u :P