Wednesday, 2 April 2008

2 persons DIED!

OMG OMG 2 Melbournians died today!
But that's not so important, I'll come back to that at the end of the post.

People watch out for this Butt busting new song i LOOOOVE!
Sexy sexy sexy


That old broad can still bring it!

Lets talk about my hunger. I've been experimenting with cooking.I am so happy to report that I turn out to be a GREAT cook, when provided with the right tools.

Fiona was right by saying "Think of the Miracles I can do with a proper kitchen."
Well, She's right,Yes I can!

With A large Kitchen Area,

A Well-Stocked Fridge

I managed to make this super yummy noodles soup! can't wait to try it out again, And I'll put the recipe up once I'm done.

Ok- back to the Drama Rama.
So the thing is today there was a CYCLONE WARNING!
My friends were evacuated out of Uni. The winds were making the very flab under people's arms flap about. It was like god was farting all over Melbourne.

Eyewitness Account by Royce Tan :
"The clouds could be seen gathering to the south, leaves bitch-slapped people everywhere. the howling winds annoyed me. Me,Myra,Sasha and Gunjan went to my place to wait it out. From my balcony, I saw the great White mist approach. The spinning air sent birds flying backwards while it was raining sideways.
The White Mists consumed us. Someone said that they're friend had heard that Two people had died in the disaster. Melbourne was in a giant Floor Buffer, white puffiness swirling around. Then it cleared as quickly as it came. And all was well again."

This is all I could find of reports on it. Taken from SKY NEWS:

Melbourne storms

Updated: 18:29, Wednesday April 2, 2008

Melbourne has been battered by strong winds which have caused road closures, brought down trees, caused power blackouts and swept people off their feet.

Across the city and state, reports are still coming in of injuries caused by the 100 kilometre per hour wild winds which are the tail end of a cyclone.

A woman was hit by a fallen tree in Carlton while another was injured by what was suspected to be building rubble near Crown Casino.

A a 33-year-old woman and her 72-year-old female passenger escaped injury when a tree fell across their car in Wantirna South.

A number of elderly people were blown over by huge gusts of wind.

More than 12,000 homes and businesses have lost power as high winds batter western and central Victoria and suburbs across Melbourne.

The Bureau of Meteorology issued a severe weather warning for what it described as a 'once a year'' winds, caused by the remnants of tropical Cyclone Pancho that are still blowing off the coast south of Adelaide.

But all is fine now. No thanks to Cyclone Pancho - Ugly Betty in a poncho!

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