Few friends of mine

November 16, 2010 at 7:00 am (hOt mama, life)


No one can live without friends(without going insane over a period of time).

For me, my first friend was my sister, Mimi. Having only one sister as a sibling, you can say that we are pretty close those days (ignore the hair pulling, arguing, pinching , etc2.. :P) She once pranked me into telling me that her robot(a bunch of tin cans of peanuts) can actually talk. Mind you that I was only 3 or 4 at that time. She would mumble2 like the robot was talking and me being the gemuk pendek innocent kid that I am would believe her!! Jahat kan kakak aku. Then I would complained to my tok & wan my the robot does not talk to me when my sister went to Tadika. (hanya mampu geleng kepala)

Then, around 4 to 5 years old, I start having friends with kids around my housing area in Taman Cempaka. There used to be a playgorund in front of my ‘then’ house and in the evening after the 5.30 cartoon, we will go out and play at padang. (unattended. mind you that those days it was safe for children to play outside.) We used to have costume competition & dancing competition among the ‘budak budak padang’.

Then there was my school friends.

During my primary, I was in an all girl school ‘Puteri Pandan 2’. I was lucky enuff that my sister also went to that school and some of my best friends were my sister’s friend sister (get it ? :P) My best friends those days were Leilani and Irin. I still have Irin as one of my facebook friends(blessing the facebook existance) but I lost contact with Leilani since she moved to Canada. Wonder whatever happened to her.

In Secondary I went to a co-ed school.SM Seafield. At first it was kinda awkward to be friends with guys because I went to an all girl school before. I met Meela, one of my best friends there and we still are the best of friends till now. I’ve admitted to her before that at first, I kinda didn’t like her and vice versa. but in form 2, we got stuck sitting beside each other πŸ™‚ and the rest is history. We used to lepak at each others house after school, doing stuff (what stuff, I cant remember) haha. We used to go to subang parade and either one of our moms will pick us up after we’re done beside the road.

I also met one of my best guy friends (stictly platonic) Pyan during my secondary days. My mom called him as one of her anak angkat since he is around my house so much (aku tau ko lepak sbb nak makan famous amos kan?) We also went to tuition & ponteng together (sorry mama…anak u ni nOty jugak dulu). We would sometimes confide in each other when it comes to relationship problems (yes we have LOTS of relationshiop problem) but this only started after our school days (for me at least. ko pyan aku tak tau la berapa banyak ex ko ada) πŸ˜›

In my uni days, well, i kinda only hang out with the same group of friends, which is not that many. hehe. Ezra, Indah, Nuha, Eda & Jaja. We went through a lot during our 4 years together. I remember one time in our apartment, we would sit around and talked while drinking a lot of plain water. I mean a lot! me, Ezra and Indah kept on drinking. and Nuha kept on boiling and refilling the water. At the end of the day, we would race each other to the bathroom considering there was 4 of us and only 1 bathroom.We also got caught ‘lepaking’ at Tasik Uniten after midnite. (we’re not aware that we cant go out of the apartment after 12. we thought it is only applicable outside uniten) So this lecturer, talking to us about why are you outside your apartment bla bla bla and in the end we need to do a surat sumpah (swear letter?) saying that we wont do it again in future.dah la malam malam buta, nak tulis dalam gelap dekat parking kereta apartment tu..bengong betul. which i until now do not know for what purpose πŸ˜›

Entering the work force, I met Kak Ina. Boy, did we have some great times together. She was my best friend and also my boss (weird you think? surprisingly no) She was a great friend to me, more like a sister rather than a boss. She was my go to person whenever I have relationship problem, people problem, or any problem whatsoever. Now she is no longer my boss and lives in JB. (huhu) but we are still close and still keeping in touch with each other.

In the end, I was lucky I married my ‘bestest’ friend of all, Mr. yusnO yunOs. We kinda go through a lot together didn’t we ? Since the first day we went out as friends at KLCC during CNY 2004 up until the incident of the ‘that’ certain person calling us both at once (brilliant guy) πŸ˜›

I really appreciate all of you for being my good friends and in a way, direct/indirectly making me the person I am now. Even though we do not see it each other everyday (except you, yusnO) you guys remain close to my heart. muAhXx!!!!



  1. indah said,

    nice write up..!

    i think whenever we reminisce, the long-night-drinking story always come up LOL…
    eyh, but to set the record straight, aku x join la the all night drinking…
    but i do remember watching korang laugh mcm org gila & rebut toilet kihkihkih….

    lets hope us 6 remain friends 10 yrs down the road and more πŸ˜‰

  2. noami said,

    nOw i remember, kau yg dok buat muka pelik tgk kitorang. ha ha ha πŸ˜›

    cheers to friendship πŸ™‚

  3. indah said,



  4. ezra said,

    x ingat langsung abt the surat sumpah. aku pun join ke lepak that night?

  5. noami said,

    aku rasa macam kau ada time tu…ke aku imagine the whole thing? 0_o’ (lagu twilight zone as background)

  6. meela said,

    hehe..masa zaman skolah dulu..*sigh..aku ingat kita syik dok berjalan gi subang parade pastu tggu mak ko jemput balik or naik bas balik..hehe and then at one time evvvery weekend ..almostla..kita gi makan kat Dave Deli, haha…

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