Sunday, September 11, 2011

Personal trait test :P

you are a concerned inventor.


about you

you are an inventor

  • Your imagination, self-reliance, openness to new things, and appreciation for utility combine to make you an INVENTOR.

  • You have the confidence to make your visions into reality, and you are willing to consider many alternatives to get that done.

  • The full spectrum of possibilities in the world intrigues you—you're not limited by pre-conceived notions of how things should be.

  • Problem-solving is a specialty of yours, owing to your persistence, curiosity, and understanding of how things work.

  • Your vision allows you to identify what's missing from a given situation, and your creativity allows you to fill in the gaps.

  • Your awareness of how things function gives you the ability to come up with new uses for common objects.

  • It is more interesting for you to pursue excitement than it is to get caught up in a routine.

  • Although understanding details is not difficult for you, you specialize in seeing the bigger picture and don't get caught up in specifics.

  • You tend to more proactive than reactive—you don't just wait for things to come to you.

  • You are balanced in your approach to problem-solving, not letting your emotions hold you up.

  • You prefer to have time to plan for things, feeling better with a schedule than with keeping plans up in the air until the last minute.
  • If you want to be different:

  • Try applying your creativity to more artistic arenas, and letting your imagination take less practical forms.
  • how you relate to others

    you are concerned

  • Your understanding of others' emotions, your sense of right and wrong, and your skeptical nature make you CONCERNED.

  • Your observations of your environment, in concert with your clearly defined worldview, leads you to be aware of the feelings of others.

  • Because you can read people well, and because you can understand their feelings, you are often bothered by others' insensitive behavior.

  • While you appreciate others' emotional nature, you don't think their emotional concerns should take precedence over their obligations to society.

  • You prefer to be in smaller groups, as big groups can occasionally get out of hand.

  • Order and structure are somewhat important to you—you believe that people's feelings are better protected when others are respectful and follow certain societal guidelines.

  • You tend to share your feelings with a few individuals who are close with you, but otherwise you are a somewhat private person.
  • If you want to be different:

  • Let your caring nature allow you to put more trust in people in general—you can have more faith in them without losing your valuable skepticism.


  • Credits:
  • Funny blog post

    I accidentally found this blog and well, I gotta say it's extremely hilarious. She is a great writer (and I'm not... sigh~) Anyway, this post is rather interesting and I thought I might want to share it out plus her comments :) P/S: I do think she and I are somewhat alike! Social awkwardness ftw lol

    What Men Really Want

    “A man gives many question marks, however, a woman is an entire mystery!” – Diana Sturm.

    Sense of Humour

    My great grandfather always said laughter was the best medicine, which is I guess why several of us suffered from never-ending whooping cough. At the conclusion of an everlasting work day, most of us are lethargic, irritable, and suffer from an intense desire to burn anyone who gets in our way. A great sense of humour, a keen wit, and the sly ability to laugh at anything even remotely amusing will therefore alleviate a lot of life’s pressures and dramas. Everybody loves to laugh - the most successful movies, plays, and television shows have always been comedies. Life is way too short to take it seriously and so the most attractive quality a woman can have is to keep those around her in constant amusement. I keep in close touch with an ex-girlfriend to this day for the sole fact that we can make each other laugh like very few others can, and I guarantee that every guy out there is looking for similar fun and frivolity.

    IMHO: Well, I have been told I'm as funny as heck and if I must make myself sound like the most cocky biatch in the world, then yea, I think I've got a killer sense of humour.

    What's hard is finding someone who appreciates a good joke (which normally entails some level of elbowing and insulting) and can actually reciprocate (Cellulite is NOT funny.).

    With Mr. Pai Kia, the dynamics of our relationship is rather different. For once the guy is the dominant one and I let him win most of the time (and make attempt a puppy-dog face alot). Mostly out of fear that he might go into one of his weird-talk-don't-make-sense phases which scares the bejesus out of me.

    And man, his jokes, I JUST DON'T GET.

    Sure, I make him laugh which he appreciates, but it's mostly me being silly and blonde. And most of the time, drunk.


    While it is generally thought that men are fearful of women whose intelligence is superior to their own, nothing could be further from the truth. No one expects their significant other to be able to expertly discuss and analyse the geological topography of the People’s Republic of Chad, however, social intelligence and a keen interest in the world around us are qualities that will take most people a long way. In any sort of social scenario, we will be introduced to people who are well read, widely travelled, highly educated, and culturally curious, and it’s important that we are able to converse in type. Therefore most guys I know will always look highly upon a girl whose knowledge and interests are extensive and varied, and who is clever without resorting to grandstanding or the belittling of others. It’s been said before that sex and intelligence are the dual cures for boredom, and for single guys it’s not often that both are readily available in the same package.

    IMHO: I'm well read, widely travelled, highly educated, and culturally curious. But I still feel like a dumbo alot of the times, especially at work.

    Personal Style

    While the male mind might easily be distracted by the flashing of an unholy amount of skin, it’s not generally something that will keep us occupied long term. We’re not all really that shallow and typically much prefer a woman who dresses for the occasion with a little class and elegance - it’s why you just don’t see that many guys actively pursuing relationships with Vegas showgirls or Jessica Simpson. It’s certainly important to wear a spectacular ball gown to a VIP event and to have a hot clubbing outfit ready to go, but we also appreciate a pair of ripped jeans and singlet when lazing around the house or a business suit and stockings for a client meeting. Fashion isn’t always about dressing up or dressing down and it certainly isn’t about showing us everything as guys definitely prefer to leave some things to the imagination. Give us variety, substance, and show us that you have a personal style all of your own, because clothes don’t just maketh the man and we do pay attention!

    A Knock-Out Feature

    While guys would be lying if we said looks were not important, they maybe do not carry as much weight as most ladies would think. A woman does not have to be drop dead gorgeous with the body of Elle Macpherson and the face of Cleopatra for our interest to be tweaked. If you were to ask twenty guys what feature they found the most attractive in a girl or noticed in the first instance, you would quite likely receive twenty different responses. Some guys are derriere obsessed whereas others search for a Mercedes Corby picket-fence smile; some appreciate curves and booty while one of my mates has a strange obsession with well shaped ears. While you probably have no idea what that guy you have been eyeing at the bar for the last couple of hours looks for and prefers, you will certainly know what your own knock-out feature is and everybody certainly has one, whether it be mysterious eyes, sensual lips, lustrous hair, a killer set of buns, a gym toned stomach, or rose petals floating out of your cleavage a la Mena Suvari. Whatever it is, play it up, work with it, enhance it, own it. If a guy notices and admires your best asset, it’s more likely that he will transfer that admiration over to you as a whole.

    IMHO: Only physical feature that I like which could 'qualify' for knock-out features are my wrists and hands and fingers. Thinner than average and looks dainty, which boys seem to like. Other than that, flaws which I quite expertly hide and make people believe I actually look naturally awesome. WAHAHAHA.


    Nothing is more attractive to me than a woman who breezes into a room like she hasn’t a care in the world. Carrying yourself with an aura of poise and self belief is a quality that will have male heads turning wherever you go. In this respect, confidence is channelled from someplace deep inside and it’s not an easy thing for men or women to fake or imagine - confidence can only be realised from a supreme belief in your own power. Watch your cat the next time it enters the room and acknowledge how it watches you with a curious mix of superiority, detachment, and impenetrable unflappability. While initially it will be difficult to stop yourself from throwing its smug face out the front door, you somehow are left working even harder to garner its love and approval. Confidence between the sexes prefaces innocent teasing, harmless flirting, and a sense of danger and mystery that allows for the transfer of power in any personal relationship. This will more often than not have any guy eating directly out of the palm of your hand.

    IMHO: I have the aloofness of a cat, but not the confidence for sure. When I enter a room of strangers (which doesn't happen if I can help it with all my being), I stand around the corners and stay very close to the exits for when the social awkwardness gets too overwhelming.

    Meeting a significant other's friends and acquaintances usually see me freezing up and not talking all too much. Except when I'm drunk (but of course).

    So. Is there so much wrong with me?

    P,P/S: Added the link to her blog for future reference and for acknowledgement :) -

    Saturday, September 10, 2011


    Well, I know I have not been writing my blog for like ages and I'll try to make it up by putting in as much as I can <- the more colourful stuff ofc ;)

    Anyway, let's start off with Guess the Sketch. It is the first time in my life that I've been complimented on my rough drawings lol - she (I think she's a she :P) said that I draw very well and would like to be my friend (in that game). Well, that's rather unexpected lol but well, I can't say that I'm not pleased =)

    Next stuff, about end of June or early July (I can't rmb now), PWoW has finally breathed its last breath - the server that I've been on for 3 years and have started my WoW 'career' is officially and in finality dead. I can't say that I'm surprised - have been expecting this sooner or later but I didn't thought it would be so soon... The sad thing is that prior to its final days, I have been away from WoW for weeks due to exams. I wish I was there when it has it last moments - see all those familiar players one last time and ss all my characters and my GB's wealth (I think I have over a million gold in GB at that moment and over 50k gold in total spread among my characters; my mage has not yet and will never hit the 6k gs mark - he's still at 5.8k; my pally at 5.5k (ally at 5k); my druids, horde and ally, at 5.8k and 5.4k respectively; hunter at 5.3k; warlock at 4.7k; priest, horde and ally, at 5k and 4.4k respectively; rogue at 5.5k ally, horde at 4.8k; warrior tank at 5.4k; DK at 4.8k; shammies, horde and ally, at 5.3k and 5k respectively <- and these are the ones that I've bothered to gear) .

    I think I do have a total play time of over 100 days combined all together (my AH/PvP rogue already has 30 days on him lol). Seriously, with that much play time you'd expect me to fail badly in schoolwork - surprisingly in this period of gaming, I actually scored an almost 4 flat for foundation lol and my degree weren't too bad except the most recent semester's result - which have dropped an epic 0.1% in CGPA! GOSH! I worked hard and only got a 0.04% increase but then drop so much!!!! ZZZzzzZZZzzzZzz.

    With the server gone (and also my characters), I thought well, that's the end of WoW - time to uninstall but then I itch to try out Cataclysm (worgens and archealogy ftw!)... then after a month of absolute boredom, I found a new server (Neverendless) to play on >.<

    Now, I'm putting in (whenever possible) almost 6 - 7 hours per day and I play daily... and it's my supposedly 'study leave' DAMN! Think my CGPA will drop further (out of the first class honours rank?) ..... you BET.

    I'm so screwed. I can hardly focus at all and my parents... well let's just say that I think they have given up on advising/persuading me and just hoped that I would come around and stop... but I don't think I can do it alone >.<. If I delete any of my new characters that I've put lots of effort into, I might just breakdown and not do anything at all <<-- To temporarily pause, maybe... but it's still really hard. And then there's that The Sims Social game on FB. Sigh...

    Furthermore, Leong gotten the Dragon Age 2 CD and helped me installed it. It is AWESOME. The plot is as great as the previous DA but it limits a bit more on character customization and it is way easier than DA:Origins though. I'm hoping to have another go but this time as an apostate hah! Surprisingly, I've finished the game and Leong hasn't although he was the first to install it (weeks before I installed mine lol)

    Moreover, the BSS Bioweek was a HUGE SUCCESS! and, as expected, the main attractions were the CSI 'crime scene' and the Live Exhibition. All the programs planned are my ideas and I'm proud of that. Lots of lecturers actually complimented us as well (though Dr Lisa is slightly upset when we forgot to put in the accreditation for the biochem students for lending us their DNA models). Pity the documentary showing lacks advertising - the contents are amazing! They just don't know what they've missed out on!

    Also, Prom Night (Paparazzi) was a HUGE SUCCESS as well (tho I'm not the organizer hehe. and there are rumours about the Head - Si Nan, flaunting and misusing his authority and not doing anything). You simply must see my hair-do lol!!

    Okay, medical-wise, I've got myself bitten by some unknown insect/bug/creature and now, although the swelling is gone, I still have the cyst under my skin and sometimes it itches and pains me lol. Carpal tunnel's syndrome <- yup I think I got them occasionally, especially from over-gaming (record: 3 days straight [got eat a bit and 4-5 hrs sleep lar...] - since after school friday till sunday night, then skipped monday 8am class coz cannot wake up zzz). Weird pain on the side of my head that doesn't felt like throbbing but then I think it's gone. Haven't exercised for ages and my muscles felt wasted. Sleeping less and even later then before - there was one time I didn't sleep at all and right after gaming, I went to class (w/o bathing also >.<).

    Mental-wise... yea... well... my gaming addiction as well as internet addiction are getting worse (as you can see from above). My coursework marks are at their lowest point and now I'm purely depending on my finals to get through BUT as you can see as well, I've failed to control my 'cravings' ... if continue like this, I'm pretty sure my results would be even worse than my previous sem and it might just land me in the second-class honours + lost of my 1 more year's worth of scholarship. I seem to get addicted to any game - once I had DA2 installed, I played until 5am :| and then continue right after I wake up the next day. Sigh~~

    well, now's already 1am and I'm still thinking of doing my Auctions before sleeping (AH stuff can take up to 1 - 2 hours leh >.>) and my target of stuff to study today wasn't finished either. CHAM!

    I MUST STOP GAMING! That's the only way... I can promise myself time to play after finals but what if the server suddenly updated to Cata?! >.< I still haven't gotten the Cata installation yet! GRRRAAHHHH!

    Now, I only have 3 more days before my first paper - Fermentation Tech. and it's a lot of calculations that I, more often than not, like to do stupid mistakes on. SIGH.

    Gosh, I've been ranting, ain't I (for almost 45 minutes now O.O)? Kk, time to stop and go sleep. It's a long sprint to cover as much stuff as possible tomorrow. Wish me luck! (lol, I'd think I need a MIRACLE and not only luck now >.< Fingers crossed!)

    P/S: Photos of the bioweek, prom night can be viewed at my FB photo albums. =)