Dreamer's Editorial..

Moslems around the world are definitely in a festive mood now.. 'Tis the month to be holy, jolly, and good.. People who are moslems shall undergo the ritual of fasting during daylight, in which they have to also control their emotion and behaviour..

If you live in countries where Islam is an influencing accent of social construction the I'd guess you would notice that by Ramadhan, practically the whole country goes into slow mode, since people are taking things a little easier to cope with the fasting they go thru..

Anyhoo, my photography will go on even during Ramadhan, no reason not to.. To save time and bandwidth on the blog you can see my albums online in facebook, flickr, and fotografer.net

Make sure you check them out!

I hope i'll be able to write articles related to the theme of Ramadhan..

Have a festive and blessful month!

Happy reading, everyone! :)

22 August 2009

Thursday, 7 May 2009


You remember those days way back when board games were still alive and kickin? I suppose they still are right now, but pretty much things have moved on to more digital pastures. More kids get more and more interested in High Definition gaming these days. When i was in Australia we would play a LOT of board games, from Monopoly, Guess Who, Cluedo, Operation!, etc. It was heaps of fun, opens a lotta room for personal bond and interaction with your friends and family. A lot of these board games have gone digital too, which makes people less likely to enjoy board games as much as they did in the past.

I'm not very good at card games; in fact i only play "Hearts" and "Solitaire" simply because that's one the basic games you get with your XP hahaha.. I've always restrained myself from attempting to understand card gameslike Poker, Blackjack, and the sort. I just don't follow the train of though on card games --"

A few months ago i was introduced by Adi to this game; it's called Uno! (Yes, there'll be a point where you actually shout).. This is interesting game because it has all the nice colours and political exercise in it, i swear t God it does! :)

It's basically a who-can-finish-his-cards-first type of card game, where instead of the usual pictures of royal families in thelaying cards, you get numbers and symbols. Your aim is to take out any of the both; same number, same colour, or both. There's many "obstacles" of playing Uno! such as ; here are symbolic cards that absolutely can be used and misused to violate your peer players hahah..Such symbols like the one with all the plusses means the next perrson next to you gotta take a few cards according to the number you reslease, but then there's other obstacles; stop sign, wildcard, etc.

This game is so much one there was one night in my house there were like 4 buds of mine who played this game from 11 at night till 6 in the morning. Its highly addivtive. Precautions!

I think i might to get one of those decks just to add in on the fun. I suppose any number of people is free to follow the game, but things hit off really interesting in that part.

I'm a bit tired and sleepy, as i haven't got this article all edited and done, sleep deprivation is truly a mad mad crazy man.

What board or card games did you play in the past or currently, cards - decks?


  1. I love playing Uno, and i still play some board game until now lho

    even in wednesday night i have scrabble time... and we are planning to play monopoli next time haahhahaa

  2. Board games aren't dead, they're experiencing a resurgence actually:


    If card games are your thing, try Lost Cities, Coloretto, or Dominion.