27 April, 2010

A Daily Routine

It's been almost 20 days since the last time I've updated this blog. Almost a month if you don't count the tag tho. As most of you guys know right now, I'm currently on holiday. Yay? Not so. Everyone seems to be really busy with their final, their love life, their works, and students life. Hm so hows my life?

To be honest, the only time I look forward every working day is at 12.30 am. It's the busiest time of the day for me, and the most anticipated time for me, because it's the only time I'm 'not alone'. Out of the hole. The loneliness thingy. How?

By fetching my onee-san from her work. It's a daily routine. I don't need gaji to pick her up. Helping my dad is one, but most of all, it's the pleasure, the adrenalin, the feeling someone is with you at that moment.

Weird? How come?

Start the engine car, switch on the light, the spotlight, check the high beam, adjust the side mirror, on the air-cond, switch on the radio, make sure it's channel 6 - Red FM. Starting 11 till 1, its the love zone. LOL. Same goes to Lite FM. Love Zone jugak. Sounds desperate. Heh. Anyway. Hit the pedal, slowly. Relax, banyak lagi time till 1. Lalu depan guard, wave hand, god, he smiles smpai ke telinge ape? Stop by at Shell, isi minyak RM50, nt claim kakak. Kalau x isi, cuci cermin, bagi squeaky clean, crystal clear. Oh don't forgot the smart tag.

Start hitting the pedal after the smart tag, slowly till reach the lowest ever possible speed at highway, 100 km/h. Waiting, patiently. Suddenly saw a xenon-lighted car, possibly at 140, no, 160 running. Here we go darl. Hit the pedal, and start to catching up the car, usually at Rawang-Shah Alam highway, the Guthrie Corridor Expressway. Drafting the usually Camry, sometimes a Merc, or BMW 5 series, sometimes Waja, or Wira, if unlucky, you'll end up with Myvi. After the exit to GCE, it's a straight stretch, with awfully lots of car at fast lane. Signal to the left, change lane to the most left lane, usually empty, view is always blocked by lorries and trailers, and started to hit the pedal there, cut to right, don't forget the signal, and to the most right, if a 110 km/h-ish car at the fast lane, use Papa's favorite maneuver, "Don't stay at right lane if there is a car faster than you," and started to himpit till the car went chuak and started to flash high beam. And then, signaled left signal and stay at middle lane to 'show the car if you are faster than me pls go ahead,' wait 5 secs or so, and then start pressing the pedal again.

Lots of car will come out from Sg. Buloh, you don't want to be in the left lane, unless you're fed up with the fast lane. Make sure to be at the fast lane, because lorries will change lane to the middle and probably will halt your smooth journey, or maybe you're chasing a Merc. So right under the RNR Jejantas, a long stretch usually full of fools at fast lane and middle lane, so u might want to change to left lane and potong all the car there and make sure that before the signboard to Klang, Shah Alam, stay on the right if you want to go to KL.

At the 2-lane corner, start to press pedal until the RPM goes 3-4 to gain momentum, because after that, a 50m 4-lane (will change to 3-lane after that tho) will appear and most of the time, the car at the right-lane, as usual, is effing slow. Move to the left, and start to press the pedal. This stretch is my favorite, and the theme song for this stretch is either Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana or Fallback by Oh Chenta Ku. Because this is the stretch that gives advantages to car like Kancil or 206, Kelisa, or Savvy. Make sure to hit 160 km/h right when you started to climb the hill, and start to gain momentum as you went downhill. This is the part where usually the car at right lane is below 160, so the best way to overtake them is by, using my favorite maneuver, the right - middle - left - middle - left - middle - right maneuver. Be careful tho, sometimes lorry will surprisingly be at left lane or middle lane as usual, you don't want to be behind them. Oh and don't forget, signal lads. You can continue this until you reached end of damansara, when you started to climb the hills that went thru another hill, because after that is a plaza tol. Usually people will start to break from here, but I seldomly do that. Just control your pedal and maintain around 110 and everything is alright.

And reach kakak's office around 12.45. Sleep for around 15 mins for the return trip.

That's my daily routine.

1 comment:

ilif said...

why are you so free? come here and become my slave for one week.