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The funniest/most random thing happened today.

Farah and I headed straight for dinner at California Pizza Kitchen, KLCC after ward works. We took a 2-seater near the window and started to chat and whine about our dull, boring life as medical students. Yadayadayada.

Not long after we ordered, 2 women came by and sat at the table next to us.  They were seated approximately a metre away from us, so it was natural that we sort of overheard the details of their conversation. I gathered that their names were Farah and Ayu too, so I texted Farah in silence and we both had a good laugh at the coincidence. Like how often do you find 2 people with similar names, seating right next to you right? Sungguh random.

So Farah and I continued gossipping talking about other random stuff like whos dating who, a friend of hers who is also a friend of mine who had lost some weight, how things were back in STF/SAB (Yes, Farah was from Aminuddin Baki yaww), which classmate should we text for CNY and the annoying ones we shouldn’t (Hehe), which doctor is over 30 and still single and whos not (LOL), etc etc. You know the drill. Heh heh heh.

But other than that, we were getting annoyed at the two women next to us. Farah was telling me about his school junior Nabil performing at last week’s Juara Lagu when we suddenly heard them say “Eh, Meet Uncle Hussein menang Juara Lagu kan!“, and “Haah, I sukaaaa lagu tu!“. Hellooooo, curik-curik dengar lepastu tetibe tukar topik apahal! Dahla suka Meet Uncle Hussein (OK, masih emo Faizal kalah, wtf).

And there was this one time when our dessert came, and they went, “Eh, sama laa dessert kita“. I was like, pull your chairs over and have dinner with us already, strangers! Damn.

So the time finally came for us to pay the bills. Suddenly, the aforementioned woman named “Ayu” startled us with a question. “Excuse me, you STF ke? My friend here overheard that one of you girls went to STF.”, while pointing at Farah.


It turns out that “Ayu” was also from STF! Tapi supersenior lah since she graduated in 1992. And we all had a good laugh when we introduced ourselves as Ayu and Farah. ROTFLMAO! What a coincidence..haih. Anyways we continued chatting about school and some other STFians that we knew, and no surprise that she was also in the band! Lagi galaklah kami bercerita, hehe.

So to my STF supersenior Miss Ayu Hanida, and her friend Farahida, thanks for making our day today. It sure took some guts to admit that you’ve been listening to our conversations right? Haha. What a small world we have eih? It’s scary how we are all connected in the world, even through the simplest of things, like our names and previous schools.

And speaking of STF, I’d like to share a Hari Ini Dalam Sejarah fact :

On 25/1/1999, a group of 150 scared/excited girls were dumped by their hopeful parents at the big ole gate in Jalan Tun Abdul Razak, JB. Little did they know that their next 5 years within the gate would be the BEST years of their lives. It would be the years that would mould them into the persons that they will be in the future. The girls became friends sisters over the years and even after 5 years of leaving their alma mater, they remain as close as ever, which just goes to show that the Srikandi spirit continues to live in each and every one of their hearts.

(OK aku cam tetibe semangat kan. Hehe.)

10 years and counting, girls. Sayang korang! 🙂

P/S : Selekeh gila kita dulu…


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August 2008 was filled with multiple celebrations of love <3.

Starting off with…

my dear sister’s engagement!

I helped her plan the whole thing and Alhamdulillah, everything went well. The hantarans I (helped) made turned out awesome too, tee heee. Can’t wait for the BIG day next year! Although I secretly dread the day for it would be the day that I will lose my one and only sister. 😦

080808 saw our head girl, Hidayah Jaris, or affectionately known to STFians as Dayout getting married to Afiq, a KYS boy who is currently her classmate in Moscow. Yes, they’re still students! Medical students nonetheless. (Tabik spring lah korang, good luck in juggling things!) Dayout is the second of us 9903 girls to get married after J.E in 2006.

A bunch of us came all the way from KL, Kuantan and Perak to Simpang Renggam just to witness our head girl take the plunge. The turnout was bigger compared to J.E’s, probably due to the head girl factor hahaa. Dayout looked so different after being dolled up! It felt like only yesterday that me and Nuha planned a surprise birthday party for Dayout back in 2003, and now she’s already married! Geez.

NK and Dinie, you two were deeply missed!

Anyway I love batch weddings! We conquered nearly one canopy to ourselves, yakked and camwhored like nobody’s business. Had fun reminiscing the good ole days, and getting updates on everyone’s current whereabouts and new jobs. And of course, we gossiped the afternoon away! So much fun!! 🙂

The weekend after was another batchmate’s turn to get hitched. This time it’s in Meru for Sikin Ahmad’s big day! I only managed to attend the solemnization ceremony as I had another wedding to go to on the reception day. It was a simple event, but very sweet and syahdu y’all. Sobs.


Sikin and husband Rafeeq are also still studying in Russia. So we came to a conclusion that kalau nak kawin awal, belajar kat Russia. LOL.

Congratulations Dayout and Sikin! Selamat menjadi Puan-puan yang berjaya! May you guys always sail in the same direction, sharing aspirations, hopes, dreams and whatnot. Cheers.

So girls, who’s next? Jeng jeng jeng.

P/S : I’ve managed to attend ALL batch weddings so far. Heh heh heh. Jangan jealous yo.

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