When I was 5,I was taught that Adam is the first prophet and he has a wife named Hawa.They both are the first human to live on Earth and that we are all their descendants.I have been storing their stories in my mind ever since and insyaAllah,I'll be able to tell it from time to time.
When I was 9,I went to "sekolah agama" where I was further told by ustazah that Adam & Hawa has 2 sons named Habil & Qabil. Cutting it short, Habil baik, Qabil jahat! That's what my mind stored,even till this age.
At the age of 12,I started to read romance novels where the hero always be named as Adam or maybe Haris or Syafiq or Iskandar.HAHA!And I can tell you the whole stories when you're still struggling to finish reading the last word of this sentence.Perghhh!!but seriously,do you want to know the page numbers for "sweet moments" between Syafiq and Afiqah in Pergilah Sepi novel by Fauziah Ashaari?Ok,pervert me =p
Same goes when I started reading RAM,Ramlee Awang Murshid's pieces of work at the age of 16.There's one of his novel entitled A.D.A.M = AkuDarahAnakMalaysia where I personally pick as his masterpiece. I do remember most of the dialogues in it!And even the sentence "dan siasatan konspirasi kemalangan itu telah membawa Hilman hingga ke pintu White House,dan dia tidak sekali-kali terhenti di depan pintu itu" .HAHAHAHAHAHA!That's actually the synopsis of the book written on its back page!
yeah..I do read Malay novels.salah?
At the age of 20,here I am.Facing my Pathology sweetheart and her new stories of ADAM.
Pathology says A.D.A.M is a mnemonic for the life threatening complications of shock
ARDS stands for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
whilst DIC for Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation
ARF represents Acute Renal Failure
and MODS for Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome
I don't know why this time it becomes so hard for me to remember this ADAM. And it makes me even more confused when the lecturers keep saying "you have to remember this by heart".Maybe I should no longer use my brain.Yeah,lets use our heart to memorize next time,even though the last time I checked my Physiology and Anatomy textbooks, learning centre is still located in the brain. But who knows,the sulcus terminalis present on heart might be having something to do with memory & learning! [Sulcus or plurally named as sulci, refers to foldings present in the brain and between 2 sulci,lies a smooth area called as gyrus,which both are distinctive features of human brain.Sulcus terminalis is a characterised groove on the exterior surface of heart and has nothing to do with those sulci on the brain.Understand?Ouch,you don't have to]
the human brain
-Don't be such a fool. The lecturer doesn't mean it like that. That is,according to what they say, the beauty of English language. It's sort of telling "awak kena memahami dengan seluruh jiwa raga.bukan main hafal je". Whatever!!-
Anyway, I've had enough creepy crappy stuff offered by my MBBS. That's the reason why I,as much as possible try to minimize the usage of abbreviations, short forms *etc. in my writings here although some of you find it's so "not cool" to write this way.I have to admit that I do write shortform in some comments or SMS but as I said,I'm trying as much as I could to minimize it.Kampong?Like I care. Ngerti kamu? During my first year here,when I started to mingle with my UK-based,Australia-based,US-based Indian friends,they actually find it's difficult to read some of the short form words [if they can be called words] I text in SMS! What has happened to us?Trying to be "lebih Inggeris daripada orang Inggeris"? TEEETTTT!
*etc. is a Latin word which stands for et cetera which means "the rest of such things".It is commonly used by some students in an attempt to impress their lecturers as if they have more nouns running in their heads when they actually knows nothing than none.*dush3!*
I'm so sorry for this entry had lost its focus somewhere in the middle[just like my other entries before which I didn't bother to say sorry.HUHUHU!