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It Ends Tonight: Pirate King, Candy Crush and Those Never Ending Game Invites

From your acquaintances to close friends, games invitation keep coming in. To the acquaintances, you couldn’t bother; to the close friends, you couldn’t tell them straight to their face, so you put up a timeline shout-out hoping those (not so) smart a**es can pack up and get lost pick up and not send you anymore invite.

However, life goes on – gamers gonna keep gaming and need more lifes to keep going (read: sending you invites hoping you can join their force and grow their force). And apparently, they are either too busy playing games or they just don’t give a f*ck on your shout-out didn’t pay much attention to your status update. So, why not we stop whining and end this life misery?

How? Here’s (my act of kindness to show you) the Step-by-Step to stop the (maybe*) annoying games invitations once and for all.

1. On your Home page, click on the Games icon/link on your left sidebar. If you didn’t see the Game icon/link, click More to show.


2. In the Game bookmark page, click Activity and next select Invitations.


3. Here, you’ll find all the games invitation you’ve received. Simply click on the cross button.


4. When you have successfully hidden the request, you can further select either to block the game or ignore all request from the particular sender (recommended for acquaintances).


5. I’ll always block the game. Hit Confirm. (Ignore option has never been practiced, use with caution.)


6. Block Successful window will be prompted. Close it to end the process.


*maybe you’re just out of status for update or seeking echo. In this case, you may continue your embarrass journey of shouting shout-out. Nobody cares, anyway.






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Retreat, Recapped, Reminisce

Sabah, dubbed the land beneath the wind/breeze (negeri di bawah bayu), is the largest state in Malaysia (Borneo island) next to the first (like, literally).


We raced the sunset and touched down in a small airport. Not comparable to a world class international airport. But, there’s something about it that you feel safe in this place. Probably it’s home after all.


Yep, for west Malaysians.

West Malaysians need to get custom stamping entering the state. Nope, there’s no bias-treatment at this point, nor any after this. All we’ve got here is good food, good weather and good people!


Seafood for supper, noodles,noodles and noodles for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Just kidding, we didn’t had that much noodles though Sabah is really famous for her noodles.


家香生肉面 (Jia Xiang Fresh Pork Noodles)


Ken Ny’s mom steam pork belly with yam slices (芋頭扣肉).


Grilled Giant Cockles with Chili


Sunset by the bay (Tanjung Aru).



春卷肉肉肉圓面!That translate to spring roll meaty meat balls noodle. (Y) Yummehness beyond descriptions!

Behold! Below we reveal the highly anticipated mystery fruit – tarap!

The fruits of Artocarpus sericicarpus (also known as the pedalai, marang and johey oak)

We bit farewell to this land of noodles after 3 days of non stop food hunt and islands hopping!
And so lastly, I present you……….

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Surviving Brain Dormant

With Love.

Like a child on the shore not being able to build. Standing there, his heart died a little as the waves swept by.


When there is no innovation, you are dead. I believe. And I am living dead for a mere four months.

I am still dead. For someone (almost) creative, it is painful. To not innovate, create and build, my heart died a whole lot as time goes by.

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TCC, Anchorpoint Alexandre

It was a pleasant Saturday afternoon with me on a pleasantly pleasant mood heading out for a coffee with Mas Ter. Perhaps, a little anxious over the bombarding morning news. But, Mas Ter suggested a TCC cooffee lunch, so my mind was bubble-filled with Baby Crayfish Spaghetti (Bottom 2. Tried 31 weeks ago; Buffalo wings on top)!!


We were already disappointed to realize that TCC had decided to leave the item out of their new menu. What’s more frustating is that their service of this particular outlet is far far below average. We waited for 5-7 minutes before a waiter (Fang), came mumbling (to himslelf). It happened that he was telling us to wait while they clear the tables (it was 5.15pm and there was barely any crowd). We waited another 5 minutes before getting our seat.

Service crews were hardly attentive, we had to wave (like nuts) for 2 minutes before they attend to us on our ordering (bright side is, the waitress attended to us is rather bubbly). I’m not sharing on what we ordered, because this entry is, dedicatedly, to complain. (Thanks. And you may want to leave ’cause there ain’t no food review here). We had Fang attended to us when we realized that our drinks weren’t there even after we have done our dessert and main course.

His reaction,


“Our drinks are not here yet.”

“Did you ordered from me?”

(I swear I was furious) I raised my voice and asked nicely, “Could you check for us?” and turned back to find Mas Ter trying to calm my angst.

B*tch, please!


Food: ★★★

Price Range: ★★★

Service: -★★★★★

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