Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Unlike other night paintball games, the Energizer Night Strike features seven-minute ‘recreational ball’ rounds incorporating a ‘capture the flag’ scenario, played completely in the dark with only ultraviolet (UV) lighting and glow-in-the-dark paintballs to complement Energizer’s new Energy Beam image.
I've never tried paintball. Energizer is obviously kicking it hard with the cool elements; mexican standoff look-alike build-up structures to substitute the usual boring inflatables, team captains to wear a head cam (live projection).... how can anyone ever wanna miss it? Not to mention the rumours about cash prizes worth RM35K?
Players and spectators stand to be treated to a visual feast of neon colours, fast-paced action and adrenaline as the glow-in-the-dark pellets, uniforms and props whiz away at the night event.
“The Energizer Night Strike will be the first-of-its-kind among paintball tournaments in
LOGON to Night Strike or check it out on FACEBOOK for more information.
Await the updates..
Thursday, October 7, 2010
Sunday, October 3, 2010
I tend to blog on Sundays, I feel. Guess I'll make it the blog day.
It's been a busy week and it is worse to come.
Celebrated Wei San's 22nd birthday on Saturday with the Stoned Munkeys. Wallace, Sue and Ee Han coincidentally headed to Zouk as well. Rumours came and we left to Werner's after finishing the last bottle. It was a fun night.
Friday was Ai Peng's Day, my 10-years buddy celebrated her 21st birthday then. Month was extra chaotic that day and it was freaggin Cheeena if ya get whad I mean. I guess she's officially my only friend that I've known the longest.
Last night was Sky Bar. Kim threw Daryl a surprise there and had us over. Great bonding time with no bimbos or stuck-ups.. Halelujah! Ended it with our all-time favourite Seng Kee siu yok mee. Yummms!
Sunday was supposed to be my sweat day at TTDI and bonding day with dad. However, I ended up at Teluk Gong having seafood for lunch. Scrumptious and affordable is how I would describe it. 8 dishes (crab, mantis prawn, butter prawn,fried bun, fried egg, vege, noodle, fish, fried squid) all came up to 116 only. Damn cheap! And that fed 7 of us.
Watched The Legendary Owl (or sumthin liddat) with boyfee, Joshua and Liang after and truthfully, I liked it. If you ever do watch it, do it 3D. Definitely way interesting. With Joshua, we almost never missed Seapark Maybank nasi lemak. So supper it was. We love the nasi lemak, otak-otak and maggi goreng there.
Sunday nights should best end with Light fm or some jazzy tunes. It always lit my day and whine less bout Monday blues. You should too.