A day in my life. I think no one bothers, tapi I just nak share lah apa I buat dalam masa sehari. It's kind of my boring daily routine which i try my best to look enjoyable.
I'm a Johorean. Well to be exact, i'm a partially Johorean. I was born in Johor, and grown up in Pahang. Even though i don't know how to sing lagu negeri Johor, but i can eat well Tempe and Pisang Goreng with sambal kicap just like a local. Will that make me look like a better version of Johorean? Hey my IC clearly stated that i'm a Johorean okay? Lol! I sound desperate.
My family has been staying in Pahang for about 18 years already. We don't really converse in Pahang ascent as mum was born in Melaka while me and my brothers were born in Johor. Everyone is trying to preserve their own uniqueness. So the only one left is dad. Yes, he's originally made in Pahang. You can see a stamp with Patin's logo on his face. Haha, joking!
18 years, i guess that's enough time to make the other half me as a Pahangite. Oh, this half me is better because i know how to sing lagu negeri Pahang and eat Gulai Tempoyak Patin, but not their ascent as we don't practice that at home.
I love food. And I like everything that has ikan Patin. I'm a good eater (and my dream is to become a JJCM host without getting fat). You name it anything with ikan Patin.
Gulai tempoyak ikan Patin.
Pais ikan Patin.
Ikan Patin bakar.
Sambal ikan Patin.
Gulai masam ikan Patin.
Ikan Patin goreng kunyit.
And... My favourite one is...
PEKASAM IKAN PATIN!
You can offer me an expensive meal from a fancy restaurant. I'll enjoy it. But when it comes to pekasam ikan patin... Sorry guys, you'll see how excited i am. It's just a simple lauk kampung, but i damn love it and can even eat 2 plates of rice with this. It makes me addicted and craving!
Forget about pasta!
Forget about Kyochon!
Forget about chicken dumplings!
And forget about Tony Romas!
Oh! Hate to admit this, but can you see a Patin's stamp on my face now?
I got my motorbike license on 2010 and car license on 2017. Within these 9 years, i never received any traffic summon until one day i saw a piece of paper on my bike.
Well, it's from Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya, which is my very first summon in my entire life. Gosh! I've tried to hide it from mum as i know she'll be asking me this and that until the day mum phoned me.
' Did you get summoned last week?'
' Err....' i was trying to lie, but then...
' I received a red letter with your name.'
I admit i did break a few rules before.
I drove my dad's car over the speed limit but luckily i saw the AES symbol in the waze and managed to pass it without being caught.
I did simply parked my bike and cars if i couldn't find the parking.
I even being caught by JPJ for two times too. The first time was i forgot to renew my motorbike's roadtax (it expired on June 2016 but i told the officer i thought the date was June 2017, how lame!). While the next round i drove my housemate from Putrajaya to The Mines but she didn't wear helmet that time. When the JPJ officer asked me, i told him that i picked my housemate from the nearby KTM station, because that's her first time coming to The Mines, i offered her a drive (actually i made up this story to avoid from summon and it worked eventually. Haha)
I still remembered how the JPJ officer yelled at me, but everytime i was caught, i tried to talk to them nicely and convinced them i won't do that again next time. So that's how my license is still clear without any summon for 9 years.
I guess because i was damn confident and full of myself and i told many lies before, this summon from MBPJ was a big hit for me. Alrite sir, lesson learnt. 😣 Please don't put me into the jail.