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Friday, October 30, 2009

Homer J.Simpson.

In one of the episodes, Homer tries to figure out what his middle initial "J" stands for. Turned out it stood for "Jay" rofl..

What if Marge were to be real? Lol scary shit.

Posted by BearBrickER at 2:27 AM

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Recently I've noticed a lot of Singaporean guys and gals are using this word in their sentences.

What word? The word is: "Imma"

For example, they put it in their very own context: "imma sad little kid"
Somewhere along those lines.

It sounds really stupid because "imma" means "I'm going to".
If I were to put that into the sentence above, it'll be "I'm going to sad little kid"

Please refrain from using American slang if you don't know how to use it. It really makes me feel that Singaporeans do not know how to jumble slang or just use "imma" for the sake of using because it's the "in" word or the "cool" word in this modern society.
Yes, I know for some of them, their grammar's superb but once you add in a word that is so easy to understand (even illiterate Americans are able to use this in word in their daily lives) and yet managed to screw up royal, you've earn yourself a one way ticket saying "I follow the crowd even if I don't get it".

Imma search for some Oakleys now. Good day!

Posted by BearBrickER at 4:10 AM

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Which pair of Oakleys?
I'm pretty much spoilt by choice as to which pair of Oakleys should I get?
All of them look so great!

Posted by BearBrickER at 4:33 AM

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Heading to Malaysia in a few minutes!

Just my collection of 400% and a 1000% Bearbrick. Check out the fun clock I've gotten!

Posted by BearBrickER at 4:53 AM

Friday, October 23, 2009

I really love reading Ariel aka bearbricklove's posts. I just wanna share some of the things I find interesting.

For those of you who love Bearbricks (that includes me), you'll certainly love to stay a night or two at Hotel Amour. Do drop by this hotel if you're in Paris.
It's set up by renowned graffiti artist, a Parisian named André (borned and raised in France).

Rooms like these costs around 90 - 150 Euros per night. It's cheap for chic.
That's about 135 - 225 USD and 188 - 310 SGD. Well, prices for hotel rooms so hip and chic are considered cheap in Paris, France.

There is a catch though, the hotel does not have any television set or telephone, opting rather for vintage porno magazines and limited edition Bearbrick figurines as decor. I guess they stand by their belief that that is the way to be cool.

These are some reviews which you can trust! (Guests who have stayed there before)

Posted by BearBrickER at 4:22 AM

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

The Nintendo Wii has a lot of useless plastic fit-ons (e.g: steering wheel and tennis racket) to go along with the remote control.

In such cases of agreement, here's what happened when a host demonstrates a tennis game. Lol.

He remained pretty calm throughout the rest of the sales pitch.
I guess he's just used to such follies.

Posted by BearBrickER at 2:03 AM

Monday, October 19, 2009

I really love this quote.
Quote from Edward Craven Walker (inventor):
"It grows, breaks up, falls down, and then starts all over again"
Referring to two things: How the lava lamp industry survived and how the lava lamp works physically.

Really looking forward to this ride and a few others in Japan! (not Hollywood)

Posted by BearBrickER at 12:17 AM

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Ciel de Paris

Sous le ciel de Paris
S'envole une chanson

Under the sky of Paris
A song escapes

Posted by BearBrickER at 3:59 AM

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Hehe, Lava Lamp......

While heating it up for about half an hour, its very first blob rose to the top.

Lava blobs galore...View my official lava lamp member's page for photos!

Posted by BearBrickER at 1:43 AM

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Absolut original Vodka.

One of my other favourites:
Mozart White Chocolate liquor.

I do not really drink liquor, wine or beer often but that doesn't mean I can't appreciate without drinking.

Just sharing,

ps, On another note, I'll be leaving for Japan in early December for quite a long holiday. I'll be visiting mainly Tokyo, Kyoto, Toyohashi and Osaka.

Last time I landed in Tokyo was in 1995, when I was just 5 years old. I'll be heading to Disneyland again after a full 14 years. However, I'll be anticipating the visit to Universal Studios in Osaka!

Posted by BearBrickER at 4:41 AM

Monday, October 12, 2009

Just joined this network and it gave me a lava lamp profile page!
Warning! If you don't like lava lamps don't read this post!

Received warm welcomes from great members of The Lava Cave. A lot of them are already adults and some into their 40s and 50s. Lol don't ask me why I like something which mostly amazes adults or non-asians. Damn.

Here are some photos from The Lava Cave's members:

Biggest manufactured lava lamp so far. You can place drinks onto the glass panel!

Below: This wasn't from the website but this is the "most difficult to transport" lava lamp. Why? The liquid and the lava can only be filled upon arrival so that is why.

Below: (Member's photo) Home-made lava lamp. I knew I've seen this glass bottle in person somewhere before. It's a limited edition Evian water glass bottle!

Posted by BearBrickER at 1:52 AM

Friday, October 09, 2009

NASA Attacks the Moon.

This Friday is sure gonna be one hell of an excitement! :)

Posted by BearBrickER at 6:16 AM

Wednesday, October 07, 2009

[Left: Yarden and I]

Yarden's 21st Birthday spent with us! :D lol
Photos all the way!

[Beishan & Miaoru]

[Nathaniel Wu Jian Hao! hahah]

[Zachary the RMS (rich man's son) introduced the dine-out to us)]

[What??] lol

[BY2 and the delicious triple choc brownie on the right]

[2 bunnies hopping and a 3D horror 7 minutes film we watched]

[3D glasses in comparison to my shades lol]

Headed to [what was it? I got it!] Miss Clarity Cafe & Restaurant along Purvis Street.

Posted by BearBrickER at 3:41 AM

Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Top 10 countries to live in? I'll list them down (officially rated by AFP). And no, it definitely doesn't include Singapore (Why you ask? I blame the boring weather mainly and several other factors including human rights. Hey but I still love Singapore so don't flame me.)

Anyway the official countries are (from first to top 10): Norway, Australia, Iceland, Canada, Ireland, the Netherlands, Sweden, France, Switzerland and Japan.

okay I don't really know why I wanna post this too but
aww.... CharlesTrippy and Alli are getting married.

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Posted by BearBrickER at 2:33 AM

Friday, October 02, 2009

KAWS Dissected Companion
400% Bearbrick

It's such a great feeling to own a KAWS product. Saluting KAWS (Brian Donnelly) in a way.
He used to work for Disney as an animator and after moving to New York City he started swapping the images on billboards, bus shelters and phone booth advertisements. (e.g photo on the left)

Normal advertisements turned into advertisements with his drawings pasted onto them.

You must be wondering...
How did he open the cases?
He held a "masterkey" that would open up almost anything. It could be just a bendable needle for all we know.

Click here to see how he did it.
Real documented footages that were taken in 1997.

Like I mentioned in my previous post. It wouldn't harm getting a KAWs product.

It has been, all along, a great product whereby it's value multiplies by 3 to 5 times its original one.

It's that amazing.

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Posted by BearBrickER at 4:00 AM