Skip to main content

Small World


A Fadli added me as his friend in Facebook. He said I was in his mail listing dated back almost 8 years ago. Hmm... Sound too good to be truth. How young I was, 19 years? Apparently, he forwarded my last email. Guess what, he is my matriculation senior! Oh wait... he was my group's facilitator, too. That's why I have his email address. [Now I remember waiting for his reply, which is until it's forgotten...]

We met during orientation week. I remember that he was a cool facilitator, not fussy and very much sporting. His talk was motivated; he actually introduced me [us] H.M Tuah Iskandar's Membina Imaginasi Cemerlang. We were told that he is among the best student. The best part was we were the winning group :) When other group performed typical performances, we performed a coral speaking.

I screen through his profile for some updates. Well, he was so charming back then and we stop contacting each other after 3 emails. I'd like to know what happen to him, what he become. The profile picture is a bald guy, anyway. Hahaha. "KC Fadli" triggered something and his photo explains everything.

Oh Em Gee!

He is the Twilight Guy I met few months ago at Borders. Now I know why he looks so familiar, I swear he looks soooo familiar. Oh by the way, he was Ayu's course mate. I have to agree with Rini, the world is small indeed. I was mentioning his name last few days, saying that I regretted not asking his contact details --- I would like to borrow some books from him.

The only thing I recall about Abang Fadli was that he's a sweetheart and he caught my attention. The KC I met that day was... still a sweetheart and he did caught my attention. Hahahahahahahaha! The only less charming detail is he read boring titles :p " What's in a name? That which we call a rose. By any other name would smell as sweet " sound [literally] truer.

Look, it's not old flame stuff and no, no spark ok.
Both Fadli and KC caught my attention differently. Fadli was a senior who motivate me. Aren't juniors supposed to be charmed by seniors? [Hahahaha, it's another typical and silly explanation, I know] KC on the other hand caught my attention when he confessed for being a Twilight Saga fan! You will not find a guy-fan of Twilight, who actually agrees with all girls for having our eyes on Edward Cullen. And me, being a Twilight Saga fanatic, can't help myself but to feel fond of him :D

Life is full of surprises. Be prepared and look around the corner!



CikMelur said…
yup.. it is a small world indeed. My former classmate in KMPP who was actually my best friend when I was there is my best friend's childhood friend when I was in UNIMAS.

It is a small world. :P
'Aini said…
Babe.. Tht's a very long history~ Hahaha. Good for you and me :D

Popular posts from this blog

Goodbye Ben Jern

Oh my... another good bye. Why laaaaaaaaaa~!

Today, we bid farewell and we wish a great future to our one and only Loh Ben Jern of #BenHafiz FlyFM. Our heroes of insanity.
It's the final 30 minutes of flying with Ben's craziness... So sad! Huhuhuhuhu. Ben Jern has been on air since 10 PM last night - slumber party katanya - and I only sleep 3 hours plus, listening to him sambil kemas barang.
I know, some of you might think: "What is wrong with this girl, crying over a DJ...". Clearly, you don't know Ben, you never listen to these #FunnyBigBoys #BenHafiz and you never listen to Mrs. Boopathy and Pak Jamil or their Krappi Call. They are the only person on earth who can make Malaysians do *obviously* crazy stuff over a phone call. Hahahaha. Ben is the most adorable talking goat. LOL!

*** They are airing the Grandmother of All Krappi Call again - where Ben finally got krappi-ed *** I was laughing madly in the car earlier this morning... And then I cried. Oh it was su…

Celebrate the Love: Bones and Booth

I have exam at 2 pm today and I've been burning the midnight oil. But I really really really want to share this: Bones and Booth's wedding vow. Well sort of wedding conversation, actually.
I love them and I am happy that the characters finally get their happy ending.

To Bones, the coolest geek I ever known, and to Booth, congratulations!

Booth: "You know, I worked really, really hard on my vows, but you know, now that we're here—look, hey, do you remember the last time that we were here, standing right around this spot? It was right in the beginning, before we really knew each other. I was trying to get away from you, because you were irritating me, and you chased me down and you caught up to me. I said to you, 'Listen, I just have to get all my ducks in a row,' right, and then you said to me, [Brennan: "I can be a duck."]. Yeah. We had been chasing each other for a long time, been chasing each other through wars and serial killers and ghosts and sn…

Getting Out of the Slump

Sometimes I feel like crying will solve everything. When I feel like that, I know I am in the slump - "The New Moon" slump. I called it that because I am in a similar state as Bella Swan in The New Moon after Edward Cullen left her.
"It's like a huge hole has been punched through my chest."
"Normal memories were still dangerous. If I let myself slip up, I’d end up with my arms clutching my chest to hold it together, gasping for air..."
It's hard to get out from this state, but I have bounce back before. It took a lot of patience, a lot of determination, a generous amount of support, and most importantly: a strong will.
The strongest will is fueled by living up to the purpose of our creation - to submit and worship Allah.
Crying does solve everything; when you used up all your energy and cry in your solat and doa.
It is always the darkest before the new moon. And stars are the brightest during this time.

I'll find my way - I assure myse…