Saturday, 9 June 2012

my drawings



 This is what did I feel when I know about the truth of him.
He`s already got a girlfriend!
He can go to ****!
 I have a boyfriend!
His name is Frankenstein!
 My lovely Digimon pets!
 ATTENTION GIRLS! this is not a wedding dress!
this is a combination dress from the past..
Jeng2 
The Other Boleyn Girl
Do you want to be part of them?
They are a happy family!


This is the most notable artist ever
She is me!
All my drawing are original!

monster..



I know there nothing connected with my life story but the songs full of disapointment and painful and that`s why i like it....
BIG BANG – Monster

오랜만이야 못 본 사이
O-raen-man-i-ya mot bon sa-i
그댄 얼굴이 좋아 보여
Geu-daen eol-gul-i joh-a bo-yeo
예뻐졌다 넌 항상 내 눈엔 원래
Ye-bbeo-jyeott-da neon hang-sang nae nun-en weon-rae
고와 보여
Go-wa bo-yeo

근데 오늘따라 조금 달라 보여
Geun-de o-neul-dda-ra jo-geum dal-la bo-yeo
유난히 뭔가 더 차가워 보여
Yu-nan-hi mweon-ga deo-cha-ga-weo bo-yeo
나를 보는 눈빛이 동정에 가득
Na-reul bo-neun nun-bich-i dong-jeong-e ga-deuk
차있어 네 앞에서 난 작아 보여
Cha-iss-eo ne ap-e-seo nan jak-a bo-yeo

괜찮은 척 애써 대화주제를 바꿔버려
Gwaen-chanh-eun cheok ae-sseo dae-hwa-ju-je-reul ba-ggweo-beo-ryeo
묻고 싶은 말은 많은데
Mud-go ship-eun mal-eun manh-eun-de
넌 딱 잘라버려
Neon ddak jal-la-beo-ryeo
네 긴 머린 찰랑거려
Ne gin meo-rin chal-lang-geo-ryeo
내 볼을 때리곤 스쳐지나
Nae bol-eul ddae-ri-gon seu-chyeo-ji-na
뒤돌아선 곧장 가버려
Dwi-dol-a-seon god-jang ga-beo-ryeo
여기서 널 잡으면 우스워지나
Yeo-gi-seo neol jab-eu-myeon u-seu-weo-ji-na

아무 말도 떠오르지 않죠
A-mu mal-do ddeo-o-reu-ji anh-jyo
떨면서 넌 한두 발짝 뒤로
Ddeol-myeon-seo neon han-du bal-jjak dwi-ro
이젠 내가 무섭단 그 
I-jen nae-ga mu-seob-dan geu mal
날 미치게 하는 너란 
Nal mi-chi-ge ha-neun neo-ran dal

I love you baby I’m not a monster
넌 알잖아 예전 내 모습을
Neon al-janh-a ye-jeon nae mo-seub-eul
시간이 지나면 사라져 버릴 텐데
Shi-gan-i ji-na-myeon sa-ra-jyeo beo-ril ten-de
그 땐 알 텐데 baby
Geu ddaen al ten-de baby

I need you baby I’m not a monster
날 알잖아 이렇게 가지마
Nal al-janh-a i-reoh-ge ga-ji-ma
너 마저 버리면 난 죽어버릴 텐데
Neo ma-jeo beo-ri-myeon nan juk-eo-beo-ril ten-de
I’m not a monster

무슨 일이 있어도 영원하자고
Mu-seun il-i iss-eo-do yeong-weon-ha-ja-go
슬플 때도 기쁠 때도 끝까지 하자고
Seul-peul ddae-do gi-bbeul ddae-do ggeut-gga-ji ha-ja-go
You don’t say that tomorrow
오늘이 마지막인 것처럼 사랑하자고
O-neul-i ma-ji-mak-in geot-cheo-reom sa-rang-ha-ja-go

너 없는 삶은 종신형 세상과
Neo eobs-neun salm-eun jong-shin-hyeon se-sang-gwa
단절돼 돌 지경이야
Dan-jeol-dwae dol ji-gyeong-i-ya
너란 존재는 고질병 시련의 연속
Neo-ran jon-jae-neun go-jil-byeong shi-ryeon-eui yeon-sok
마음 속 미련이야
Ma-eum sok mi-ryeon-i-ya

세상사람들이 내게 돌린 
Se-sang sa-ram-deul-i nae-ge dol-lin deung
모든 것이 베베 꼬여있던 눈초리들
Mo-deun geos-i be-be ggo yeo itt-deon nun-cho-ri-deul
내게 가장 큰 아픔은 아픔은
Nae-ge ga-jang keun a-peum-eun a-peum-eun
네가 그들 같아졌단 것뿐
Ne-ga geu-deul gat-a-jyeott-dan geot-bbun

I love you baby I’m not a monster
넌 알잖아 예전 내 모습을
Neon al-janh-a ye-jeon nae mo-seub-eul
시간이 지나면 사라져 버릴 텐데
Shi-gan-i ji-na-myeon sa-ra-jyeo beo-ril ten-de
그 땐 알 텐데 baby
Geu ddaen al ten-de baby

I need you baby I’m not a monster
날 알잖아 이렇게 가지마
Nal al-janh-a i-reoh-ge ga-ji-ma
너마저 버리면 난 죽어버릴 텐데
Neo-ma-jeo beo-ri-myeon nan juk-eo-beo-ril ten-de
I’m not a monster

가지마 가지마 가지마 떠나지 말아
Ga-ji-ma ga-ji-ma ga-ji-ma ddeo-na-ji mal-a
하지마 하지마 하지마 너 같지않아
Ha-ji-ma ha-ji-ma ha-ji-ma neo gat-ji-anh-a
멀어진 채로 사랑은 걸러진 채로
Meol-eo-jin chae-ro sa-rang-eun geol-leo-jin chae-ro

찾지마 찾지마 찾지마 날 찾지 말아
Chat-ji-ma chat-ji-ma chat-ji-ma nal chat-ji mal-a
마지막 마지막 마지막
Ma-ji-mak ma-ji-mak ma-ji-mak
네 앞에 서 있는
Ne ap-e seo itt-neun
내 모습을 기억해줘
Nae mo-seub-eul gi-eok-hae-jweo
날 잊지 말아줘
Nal it-ji mal-a-jweo

I love you baby I’m not a monster
넌 알잖아 예전 내 모습을
Neon al-janh-a ye-jeon nae mo-seub-eul
시간이 지나면 사라져 버릴 텐데
Shi-gan-i ji-na-myeon sa-ra-jyeo beo-ril ten-de
그 땐 알 텐데 baby
Geu ddaen al ten-de baby

I need you baby I’m not a monster
날 알잖아 이렇게 가지마
Nal al-janh-a i-reoh-ge ga-ji-ma
너 마저 버리면 난 죽어버릴 텐데
Neo ma-jeo beo-ri-myeon nan juk-eo-beo-ril ten-de
I’m not a monster

I think I’m sick
I think I’m sick
I think I’m sick
I think I’m sick
 translation
It’s been a while since we’ve met
your face looks good
you got prettier, you were always beautiful in my eyes
But today you look a bit different
you look especially a bit cold
Your eyes that look at me are filled with pity
In front of you, I seem smaller
I tried to be fine, trying to change the subject
Though I had so much I wanted to ask you
You cut me off right away
Your long hair flowing
As it hit my cheek and passed away
You turn away and left right away
If I try to catch you here, would that be too ridiculous?
Nothing comes to my mind
As you tremble, you take a step, two steps back
You say that I scare you now
You’re like a moon that makes me go crazy I love you baby I’m not a monster
You know how I was in the past
When time passes, it’ll all disappear
Then you will know baby
I need you baby I’m not a monster
You know me so don’t leave like this
If even you throw me away, I will die
I’m not a monster
No matter what happens, let’s be forever
When we’re sad, when we’re happy, let’s go till the end
You don’t say that tomorrow
Let’s love like today is the last
A life without you is like an imprisonment for life
an extinction from the world to the point where I’d go crazy
Your existence is a chronic disease, a repetition of pain
You’re a lingering attachment in my heart
The people of the world have turned their backs against me
The corners of their eyes are all twisted up
The greatest pain to me,
Is the fact that you became the same as them
I love you baby I’m not a monster
You know how I was in the past
When time passes, it’ll all disappear
Then you will know baby
I need you baby I’m not a monster
You know me so don’t leave like this
If even you throw me away, I will die
I’m not a monster
Don’t go, don’t go, don’t go, don’t leave me
Don’t do it, don’t do it, don’t do it, it’s not like you
Getting farther away, love is breaking apart
Don’t find me, don’t find me, don’t find me, don’t look for me
The last, last, last image of me in front of you – remember that
Don’t forget me
I love you baby I’m not a monster
You know how I was in the past
When time passes, it’ll all disappear
Then you will know baby
I need you baby I’m not a monster
You know me so don’t leave like this
If even you throw me away, I will die
I’m not a monster
I think I’m sick
I think I’m sick
I think I’m sick
I think I’m sick

Sunday, 3 June 2012

friends???

assalamualaikum!Today I NEED TO SPEAK MALAY PLEASE!Kwn2 aq kt Fb tuu cm haram lg..sume sombong.Aq tau spa aq ni nk chat ngn depa tp sembang kemaih arr...ckp kwn tp x prnh chat! kepala hotak depa la!!wei,lebih baek kt fb tu label `strangers` drpd `rakan`!!bkn pa tp aq smpan crita nihh lma dh cma tunggu msa nk leto0p ja!aq tau depa bkn kenai aq sgt tp skali kala meh teguq aq aihh..aq tau depa da kwn len selen dr aq..tp teguq skit mau tau spa kwn dy..amboi blagak taek!...aq bla tgk home ja,aq nek panaih..sbb cm2 depa dok wat stai n dok wat kemaih..weyh,blah arr!PANTANG aq lehat depa wt kemaih!kekadang aq frust ngan depa...ni malaih nk tgk fb tp kna jugak kowt2 da la kwn btoi,kwn yg leh bwk sembang...tp x pa la,aq dh dpt ilham knapa depa x tgq aq kt fb sbb kekadang depa cbuk lyn owg len lah,depa x knai kta pown n men add ja kter lahh,spa deni nk aq teguq?x dak kuasa nk aq teguq lahh,byk giler fren aq on9 ari ni..ahhh tu pon kwn aq yg len x yah lyn lahh,nk ckp pa ngan deni ehh?? lahh,sori,aq da kwn lbih hbat drpd hg,k? lahh...dan mcm2 lg lah karenah `kwn2` fb aq...........KAHKAHKAH!! aq bkn feymes mna nk dtgur org ...sembang kemaih aq nihh...cikai toi!

Huge Ancient Civilization’s Collapse Explained


The mysterious fall of the largest of the world's earliest urban civilizations nearly 4,000 years ago in what is now India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh now appears to have a key culprit — ancient climate change, researchers say.
Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia may be the best known of the first great urban cultures, but the largest was the Indus or Harappan civilization. This culture once extended over more than 386,000 square miles (1 million square kilometers) across the plains of the Indus River from the Arabian Sea to the Ganges, and at its peak may have accounted for 10 percent of the world population. The civilization developed about 5,200 years ago, and slowly disintegrated between 3,900 and 3,000 years ago — populations largely abandoned cities, migrating toward the east.
"Antiquity knew about Egypt and Mesopotamia, but the Indus civilization, which was bigger than these two, was completely forgotten until the 1920s," said researcher Liviu Giosan, a geologist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts. "There are still many things we don't know about them." [Photos: Life and Death of Ancient Urbanites]
Nearly a century ago, researchers began discovering numerous remains of Harappan settlements along the Indus River and its tributaries, as well as in a vast desert region at the border of India and Pakistan. Evidence was uncovered for sophisticated cities, sea links with Mesopotamia, internal trade routes, arts and crafts, and as-yet undeciphered writing.
"They had cities ordered into grids, with exquisite plumbing, which was not encountered again until the Romans," Giosan told LiveScience. "They seem to have been a more democratic society than Mesopotamia and Egypt — no large structures were built for important personalitiess like kings or pharaohs."
Like their contemporaries in Egypt and Mesopotamia, the Harappans, who were named after one of their largest cities, lived next to rivers.
"Until now, speculations abounded about the links between this mysterious ancient culture and its life-giving mighty rivers," Giosan said.
Now Giosan and his colleagues have reconstructed the landscape of the plain and rivers where thislong-forgotten civilizationdeveloped. Their findings now shed light on the enigmatic fate of this culture.
"Our research provides one of the clearest examples of climate change leading to the collapse of an entire civilization," Giosan said. [How Weather Changed History]
The researchers first analyzed satellite data of the landscape influenced by the Indus and neighboring rivers. From 2003 to 2008, the researchers then collected samples of sediment from the coast of the Arabian Sea into the fertile irrigated valleys of Punjab and the northern Thar Desert to determine the origins and ages of those sediments and develop a timeline of landscape changes.
"It was challenging working in the desert — temperatures were over 110 degrees Fahrenheit all day long (43 degrees C)," Giosan recalled.
After collecting data on geological history, "we could reexamine what we know about settlements, what crops people were planting and when, and how both agriculture and settlement patterns changed," said researcher Dorian Fuller, an archaeologist with University College London. "This brought new insights into the process of eastward population shift, the change towards many more small farming communities, and the decline of cities during late Harappan times."
Some had suggested that the Harappan heartland received its waters from a large glacier-fed Himalayan river, thought by some to be the Sarasvati, a sacred river of Hindu mythology. However, the researchers found that only rivers fed by monsoon rains flowed through the region.
Previous studies suggest the Ghaggar, an intermittent river that flows only during strong monsoons, may best approximate the location of the Sarasvati. Archaeological evidence suggested the river, which dissipates into the desert along the dried course of Hakra valley, was home to intensive settlement during Harappan times.
"We think we settled a long controversy about the mythic Sarasvati River," Giosan said.
Initially, the monsoon-drenched rivers the researchers identified were prone to devastating floods. Over time, monsoons weakened, enabling agriculture and civilization to flourish along flood-fed riverbanks for nearly 2,000 years.
"The insolation — the solar energy received by the Earth from the sun — varies in cycles, which can impact monsoons," Giosan said. "In the last 10,000 years, the Northern Hemisphere had the highest insolation from 7,000 to 5,000 years ago, and since then insolation there decreased. All climate on Earth is driven by the sun, and so the monsoons were affected by the lower insolation, decreasing in force. This meant less rain got into continental regions affected by monsoons over time." [50 Amazing Facts About Earth]
Eventually, these monsoon-based rivers held too little water and dried, making them unfavorable for civilization.
"The Harappans were an enterprising people taking advantage of a window of opportunity — a kind of "Goldilocks civilization," Giosan said.
Eventually, over the course of centuries, Harappans apparently fled along an escape route to the east toward the Ganges basin, where monsoon rains remained reliable.
"We can envision that this eastern shift involved a change to more localized forms of economy — smaller communities supported by local rain-fed farming and dwindling streams," Fuller said. "This may have produced smaller surpluses, and would not have supported large cities, but would have been reliable."
This change would have spelled disaster for the cities of the Indus, which were built on the large surpluses seen during the earlier, wetter era. The dispersal of the population to the east would have meant there was no longer a concentrated workforce to support urbanism.
"Cities collapsed, but smaller agricultural communities were sustainable and flourished," Fuller said. "Many of the urban arts, such as writing, faded away, but agriculture continued and actually diversified."
These findings could help guide future archaeological explorations of the Indus civilization. Researchers can now better guess which settlements might have been more significant, based on their relationships with rivers, Giosan said.
It remains uncertain how monsoons will react to modern climate change. "If we take the devastating floods that caused the largest humanitarian disaster in Pakistan's history as a sign of increased monsoon activity, than this doesn't bode well for the region," Giosan said. "The region has the largest irrigation scheme in the world, and all those dams and channels would become obsolete in the face of the large floods an increased monsoon would bring."

Saturday, 2 June 2012

suits for me..

choice, choices, girl, life, love  life, quotes, romeo, text, true blonde, book, books, creative, enjoy

so vacation!

Hey everyone!! just now i got news from my one of my fb @ classmate friend,SHUKRAN AZIM@ SHUKRAN MARLEY@whatever his name is.He went for a vacation at SHANGHAI,CHINA!
When i heard that,I feel wanna ripped myself into two coz i`m too sick to look SHUKRAN`S holiday vacation!He`s too rich to go there with his family!Arghhhhh! I wanna go to!I wanna go to anywhere as long as it is overseas.All of my school life, I was surrounded by those rich brat! They can freely go to everywhere they want coz they are rich brat!!! And how do I know he went there?? wELL he post his status in Facebook about went to Shanghai...How it`s irritates me so well! He`s too lucky by having a family that can go anywhere they want by travelling by plane...Now,I understand how`s Aimi `s feeling about her jealousy toward him.Now, I really understand well....

OKEY,guys! the next person I wanna talk is MUKHLIS ANAS@ THE JAP BOY...he`ll go to Singapore for tomorrow!Can you believe that?! That`s also explain that he`s one of the rich family that can support the vacation fees.
Gosh,not just that! He also affordable to go to Kinokuniya bookshop,where he could buy Japanese    books that could cost till hundreds  of ringgit!!When I saw it with my own eyes,from there I could make a conclusion that, he`s really lucky because he have everything in his life.What could not enough for him anyway?For me, going to overseas is totally expensive.Those who are fortune enough could make their way to overseas whenever they want...

All I can went by plane is just Langkawi.You probably laugh if you read this statement but that`s the truth.I`m not so lucky as  them and all I can do is wishing upon the star and hopefully one day I can go overseas just like them!I`ll travel more than them when I grown up so that I could realize my teen dreams where there is nobody could not do it for me!Although there are a lot of misfortune  than myself still they can lead a happy life rather than me.I`m grateful with what I have but...i just put a little wish upon my life.And so that`s what i feel for today.....