- Ayuni, she's 26, married and currently 7 months pregnant. I used to be quite closed to her, not anymore. I don't know, I get annoyed easily when I'm around with her. But I still love her.
- Nadia, 25, married with three daughters. Yeah! She's freaking 25 and yet, she has three kids. She was raised by my grandparents. Therefore, I barely see her since she's in Kedah.
- I'm the 3rd! 19, currently in IIUM. ;D
- 4th, hah! The first boy in the family. Harris, my 18 y/o brother. Girls go crazy over him. Tak la handsome mana. I don't get why people say his good looking. Ergh!
- Iyaz, 9 y/o, a hyper-active boy who doesn't like to eat.
- Anaz, is the youngest and he's the opposite of Iyaz. Iyaz doesn't like to eat while Anaz, he can't see food on the table. Our baby fatso. :D
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
I'm the world's greatest babysitter!
Salam and hye guys!
I have to at least finish up a few posts before Saturday since I'll be busy for the next few days.
So, moving on to the 2nd topic, Family & Friends!
1. Tell us about your family structure and members. Tell us stories about your time spent with family. Bring us to become part of your family!
I have no idea how to edit pictures. I'm no wonderwoman!
My parents have kids from three generations. The 80's, the 90's, and the 2000's. Yeah! Six in total; three girls and three boys.
My baby brothers... Well, they're not babies anymore. But I love them so much.
Me mom's always at home though she's working, she's always around. My dad@Bapak is a very busy man. He's busy with work and his hobby, fishing. Yeah. Oh, you should check out his Flickr.
2. Tell us who are your best friends and why do you like to hang out with them and the activities you all frequently do together.
Liya with Kiko at our usual hangout spot in Nilai, McD.
Best friends... I'm closed to a few friends from school and from uni as well. When I'm on campus, I'm very close to my classmates and course-mates especially Liya. Bak kata orang, "Di mana ada Liya, di situ ada Izura." We're always together. :D Usually, when we're bored or we don't know what to do, we will usually lepak at mamak, sembang-sembang. You know, the typical stuff students would do after class. And if we're in the mood for movies, we'll go to Alamanda Putrajaya since that's the nearest mall from Nilai. =_='
Adlin is on my right and Amalina on my left. Our last year of school, 2008 :D
Back home, I'd meet up with my best friends from school, Adlin. Amalina is not around often as she's busy with her studies. With Adlin, I enjoy chilling at her house, watch movies, do some catching up and even if we go out, we'll find somewhere quiet since I don't like crowded places. :) Adlin is not much of an outdoor person. So, when I play futsal and all, you won't find her with me. Hehe. We'd go shopping at times but she'll do all the shopping since I'm not into shopping that much. Heh.
3. When you are meeting new people how do you describe yourself?
The normal stuff I think. What I'm doing currently, where I live, and so on. The usual stuff.
4. Is identity important to you and your friends? How important is standing out / being different to you and your friends?
Identity is very important to me.Being able to be different or stand out from others shows who you are in general. I used to be easily influenced by the people around me. And it controls how I think, how I act, and all at that time. To me, it’s not a good thing. Now, I try to be different from others. I try to speak out what’s in my mind and not to be afraid of my surroundings. I try to broaden up my mind by approaching people from different areas. I’d avoid asking others to make decisions from me. When you’re different from others, people look at you in a different way. You will be respected and get recognition from the people around you when you stand out.
But standing out too much is not okay too. You don't want to be a pain in the *** kan. So, think before you act.
5. Does religion affect your choice of friends? Explain your answer.
Not really. I mean, religion doesn’t stop me from making friends. I’ll make friends with people but I will not do the things that they do if it goes against my religion. If they do things that are against my beliefs, I will try to explain the rights and wrongs of the actions and try to avoid it as much as possible. It’s as simple as that. You make friends as many as you want, but you don’t do what they do.
6. How do you and your friends like to categorize people of your age group . i.e EMO, Skater, JPop, KPop fanatic, Hip Hop, Goth, freak, geek, shutterbug, others? What are the three most popular groups/looks amongst you and your friends?
My friends and I will categorize people based on their personality and how they act. They are categories such as the perverts, the goody-two-shoes, the anti-soc, rempits, the mak nyah’s (they’re just boy who are soft. Evil Izura!) and the list goes on.
I think the most popular group amongst us would probably be the K-POP fanatics, the perverts and the SPOILT-BRATS-WHO-COMPLAINS-TOO-MUCH.
Okay, I'm done! I have to go out and run some errands for my boss. :D I'll write more tonight or tomorrow.