Monday, December 1, 2014

Food Review: Bmon Cafe (Nearby Sunway Giza)

Note: This is not a restaurant, a cafe with lots of variety of food in it! - as per say by the owner's cafe. Psst~ He is self denial.

This is going to be the short beverage review for this cafe.

The first impression to go up to the "cafe" is "Why so dodgy one?" Wall painted in turquoise color and with doodles expressing random comical way of life.

And it leads you to a such comforting and relaxing cafe, almost inspired by Studio Ghibli animation theme. I guess the "dodgy-ness" make me think twice whether this cafe is really a cafe or not OR maybe some Ah long shop but it turns out a good cafe to relax. That why people said "Don't judge the book by its cover"

Perfect for yam cha session and makan session. Highly recommended.

Bmon Plant Signature Drink - RM13

Soft texture, perfect for people who don't drink heavy caffeinated beverage. Fluffy whipped cream and a pinch of chocolate dusts perfect sooth your bad day away.

Mocha - RM12/RM13

Overwhelm with chocolate flavour in a way that you are drinking chocolate cubes. Ok I know you will be chocking to death if it really happens. Hahaha. *wind blowing* Ok it's not like drinking milo. Nuff said.

Affogato - RM12

It is a MUST to drink this beverage. This is my favorite. Vanilla ice-cream down with hot expresso makes my bitter life better. 

Caramel Latte - RM11

Not so overwhelming taste of caramel but the bittersweetness taste is just right. 

Green Tea Latte - RM11

I love all green tea latte and I have no comment about this and I still love it.

Ok, this is the end of beverage part! 

Bmon Cafe

No 8-1, Jalan PJU 5/20B
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

(Nearby Sunway Giza)

Tel: 03-6158 9993 (Please check they open or not ya)

Ciao! Will be writing post about the food in the next post!

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

What Happen When You are Getting Older?

Note: Short post and the gif pictures are belong to the Internet world.

1. Parents start to recognize you as a responsible adult. 

In fact, you are still being indecisive at some certain point in your life.


2. When friends show off on how happy in their relationship and career are;

But the fact is;

3. Whenever there is police checking whether you are underage for casino OR someone compliment you are young;

But if someone tells that you look old;


4. After working, you just want to lay down on the bed and do nothing. 

And during the weekend;

And when you want to make a plans and your friend FFK (break a promise) countless of time and feel nothing about it.


And sometimes you dont give a fuck anymore to them.

You started to realise that not all plans are going the right way. Well that's life.

Facts of Life - No: Infinity : Your circle of friends are getting smaller and smaller.

But the good thing is the lesser friends you have, the more true friends they are.


And someone who invites you to the wedding to fill up the gap of the wedding attendees.

*roll eyes*


5. The feeling of looking the balance after paying debts.


6. All your friends changing their status from "in relationship to engaged/married" on Facebook.

The feeling when your friend is excited about their wedding plans.

And you like;

And when they said "Babies are cute and wanted to have tons of them!" Me like;

And they start to post about their ideal wedding or ideal number of babies on their partners' wall.

Oh well.



Thursday, June 26, 2014

Anime: Yami Shibai For Horror Lovers

This is a short post.

I know I have been "away" for a very long time. My bad. I felt guilty after abandoned my blog for a few months. Gosh, i guess my passion toward blogging is wearing out. Phew. 

Yami Shibai

If you LOVE horror flicks, then you come at the right place! Yea! Okay. *I am trying to be excited here.* 
Yami Shibai, a 13 episodes of Japanese Horror series. Each episodes is only 5-10 minutes long so if you are not a really an anime fan, you can still bear with this short length anime series.

My Verdict? 
It is pretty much scary and scare the beejezus out of me especially with the creepy soundtrack played in the background and the pop up ghost image on the screen. Like this image below.

Jeez. Bear with the hand drawn alike characters throughout the series, It might not give you the good impression at first but it still gives you creep yet entertaining.

I don't know why but Japanese Horror and Thailand ghost always excite me but this definitely trigger my excitement towards the horror genre type of movie/clips :D

Here's a screenshots of episode 4 - about a woman who encounter a haunted photocopied machine (?)

My Expression. 

Credit to : thepoetinhisheart (Tumblr) and whatshouldwecallsocialmedia

So, if you want to watch it, here's the link to watch it ->

By the way, Yami Shibai Season is coming out at July 6, 2014!

Ciao! And have fun watching!

Saturday, March 8, 2014

100 Doraemon Secret Gadgets Expo @ Viva Home Mall is Overrated?

Disclaimer: This is a rant post.

I am pretty sure that you have heard before the Doraemon Expo! Wee! It is a great news for Doraemon Fans! It is a great place to reminisce some childhood memories! Hooray! 

Doraemon ride on the Time Machine that placed on the front exhibition.

The Original Doraemon. 

Okay. I guess I have to stop you here before any disappointment strikes you down.

I am just like the another happy kid, wanting to meet my idol, Doraemon. Don't laugh. I am truly love Doraemon from the bottom of my heart. (Sound exaggerating, right? Im not.) So I thought spending my quality time with my friend to the Doraemon Expo. But unfortunately, I put my expectation a little too high.

Everything is wrong once I step in the Doraemon Expo. 

1. The description of how Doraemon became blue is right behind the Doraemon's figure. 

The Doraemon figure is totally in the wrong placement. Where got people placed the figure RIGHT IN FRONT OF THE DESCRIPTION ONE? WHICH GRANDFATHER TEACH YOU? Sigh.
The only way that you could read it is to move your body to right close beside the Doraemon's figure and this cause the unhappiness for those people who would like to take picture with.

2. There are too many people taking pictures. This annoyed me whenever I tried to read description of the items that Doraemon is holding and right second I am reading it and there is someone said "Excuse me?" Every single f*cking time.

A whole bunch of people taking pictures which makes me wondered, did anyone read up the description? And will anyone flip through back the pictures that they took? They are over 100 Doraemon figures in the expo. and there are people that take pictures with th 100 figures. I wonder lah.

The moral of the story: Don't go there on weekends.

3. Some of the description of the Doraemon items are sad. It is just a brief description without the items' name.

The management can do better if they include the comic strip where the Doraemon or Nobita uses the item or explain more details about it. That is why it called the Doraemon expo right? But I guess they are too lazy to do this.

4. The Extremely No Brainer Part of Exhibition.

I just don't understand why must they put chinese language to describe the manuscript? Does the management thinks that only Chinese people read Doraemon? And if they do think that way, they think all Chinese knows Chinese language well ah?  *speechless*

The place where they displayed the Fujiko Fujio's (Doraemon's creator) manuscript.   

Okay I think I need to stop ranting here. There are too many things to rant about this Expo. Don't get me started on the mass produced, overpriced Doraemon merchandise. =_=

But...the only thing that worth seeing is the Doraemon statues with different kinds of expression that makes you smile and feel nostalgic at the same time. :) Here are the some pictures of Doraemon in the exhibition.


Do you notice something wrong with the picture? 

This kid was left sleeping alone on the baby trolley while the family taking pictures. I kesian the kid.

If you are really a true Doraemon fan, hurry up before this month ends. However, do not put high expectation on this event. 

100 Doraemon Secret Gadgets Expo,
Viva Home Mall, 85, Jalan Loke Yew, 55200 Kuala Lumpur.
Starts from 14 December 2013 to 23 March 2014, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily
Adult RM 25, child RM 15, free entry for children below 3 years old (90 cm), senior citizens over 60 years old and OKU.