Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Meet up with Dr Nurul

Gembiranya aku hari ini, dapat berjumpa Dr Nurul.

She told me few days back ( I guess that was few days back, or a week ago? Well.. short term memory in certain things, but at least I remember she is coming to Penang today :D ) Mmmm.... Initially I was thinking whether to wear the surgical cap & surgical mask to meet her or not? Better still if I add on the green coloured sterile surgical gown. But after thinking for a while, I put that thought behind.. later she think I'm ninja, then susah. Maklum lah.. hanya nampak mata kalau aku pakai semua tu.. :)

I was planning to meet her during our lunch break. She smsed me telling me that her lunch break was from 12:45 pm till 2 pm at 8th floor conference room. When I received this sms, I was puzzled.. and I really scratched my head... Aiks...Why ah? Cos there are no 8 storey building in my hospital leh.. The tallest building is only 5 storey high. Mana nak pergi cari bangunan 8 tingkat ni ? Underground building keh? Hehehe.. rupa-rupanya orang yang prepare programme itu salah taip kot.. Ground floor dia orang salah taip 8th floor. Pening habis aku dibuatnya.. Nasib baik pening sekejap saje, cos aku perlu sambung balik kerja ku :) Kalau pening lama, teruk lah.. tak boleh sambung kerja. Perlu EL pulak :D

Yeah, I went to meet Dr Nurul at 1 pm kat Pathology Department. Sorry, this is a bahasa rojak post. Lama aku tak post dalam bahasa rojak :) Have a nice chit chat with her for almost an hour. Time flies... Tibalah masa untuk berpisah.

Nice meeting u, Nurul :)

16 comments:

Selba said...

Wah... senangnya... akhirnya bisa bertemu dengan Dr. Nurul :)

Hahaha... a cute bahasa rujak post!

Chen said...

selba,
ya, akhirnya bisa bertemu ;)
(but we normally use "boleh" instead of "bisa" in Malaysia)

Icey said...

kakaka...

jie post bahasa rojak...

memang rojak....

funny oh...:P

Selba said...

Oh yes.. that's true, since "bisa" in malay is more understood as "poison", right? :D

"Boleh" is more like asking for permission.

Like:
"May/Can I..."
-> "Boleh saya ..."

Cynthia said...

Hahaha.. bahasa rojak. =)

Chen said...

icey,
heheh.. rojak nice mah..
want to eat rojak? u prepare.. I go to your place to eat :D

selba,
absolutely :)

cynthia,
we are Malaysians :) Next time I will mix English, Chinese and Malay language altogether in one post.. hahha

FH2O said...

"lu lang kong hak mik?" ;)

Chen said...

fh2o,
unker, apa pasal lu sik faham wa lang kong har mik?

Icey said...

jie...i wana eat rojak..

come come, tml u fetch me, we go makan...

hehe..i wait u...

izso said...

I TAK FAHAM LA!! Mix the words until like that.

IML said...

Should write rojak style more often. It's so...menglish so... fun to read.

Chen said...

icey,
today ah? so rush..
by the time I finish work already late liao lah.. :D Some other day loh...

izso,
apa pasal lu sik faham gua cakap apa? Haha, This is the new writing style :)

IMLS,
Hahha, bahasa rojak or menglish or manglish or whatever name we give.. it is fun to write in different language once in a while :)

Kristopher said...

wah...nice bahasa rojak u have dere... like those local Malay type one ahh...hav to read a few time to understand them...

Chen said...

kristopher,
have to read few times to understand ah? but at least u understand at the end what I wrote.

Once in a while, writing in Bahasa Pasar or Bahasa Rojak is fun :)

Robin said...

In our place, Gown are not allowed to be worn outside the hospital premises for infection control..

Glad u found her... in the 8th storey? Patho.. wow.. and had lunch there? hhmmmmm...

Chen said...

robin,
don't worry, dude :)
We only wear the sterile gowns when we are doing sterile procedures or when we do surgery or surgical procedures :) Just that sometimes we used it as a double layer of clothes when we are too cold inside the operating theatre ;)

U can understand my Bahasa Rojak?

I found her in the ground floor :) Pathology Department is very clean lah.. Don't worry :D The lunch is not held inside the "laboratory" :)