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23 March 2007


Congrats to all! We have all made it through our pre clinical years. *whoopee*

Meet all of you in K.Terengganu, people :)

Just like what the external examiner drew on the board today,

the first point is when we first got into UCSI; the second is when we finished our Year 2 (pre clinical years) and the third point is when we graduate form medical school.

We have just completed our Year 2 and there is still a long way to go. This is just the beginning...

Beep! Beep! Time 2 make babies

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Your phone yelled out the message ringtone, you reached out to pick it up. Some of us might be thinking who's the sender, etc. Especially if you are starting to wonder whether your phone is sick or dead since there hasn't been any incoming texts or calls, you will be skipping in joy to see who has finally decided to text you. And you open the inbox.

It is your telco service messages. -_-"

Or it is some texts from whatever clubs you joined promoting some events/ stuffs. -_-"

Or it is a text message from unknown origin congratulating you on your lucky jackpot win, bla bla.. -_-"'

Well, i don't know about you but as for me, whatever anticipation I may have before reading the text message will immediately snap off and my poor phone will be chucked to a corner out of my sight. Unless it is something relevantly interesting of course.

Then as the text message services become more and more commercialized high-tech, you can opt to receive text allerts on game scores, news, etc for the matter of being kiasu-to-know-it-first or just because you are plain lazy and of course ultimately it is for convenience.

In addition to that, you can also spend your money on receiving etceteras like daily horoscope, feng shui, and inspirational/motivational messages.

And now, "Beep! Beep!"

You open and read the message:


"We didn't stop the fetus"

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Saw a creatively helpful clip in aiding our studies on embryology, "We didn't stop the fetus" in the MMR website. Check it out, it's pretty cool! Embryology can be fun too aye ;)