I’m pretty sure most of you know about the Gwiyomi craze that has gone viral on the internet by now. I don’t get it, really. My husband had been pestering me to watch the videos since about a week ago (he said just for fun, and because the girls are cute. Pffft) so I unwillingly had to watch them just so he can stop bothering me… and oh my eyes. Awat la hangpa gedik betui? 😛
Ok la, there are some that are cute. Like this one, for example. And also the kids’ version (kids are always cute anyways). But I still don’t get why 1 plus 1 equals gwiyomi, 2 plus 2 equals gwiyomi and so on (gwiyomi means cutie by the way. Yes, I looked up the lyrics). Can somebody explain that to me??
Anyway. I only watched about 3-4 Gwiyomi videos and little did I know that during those times, si kenit Raina picked up a few words (or rather one word) from that song! She kept on singing “Mikko! Mikko!” on repeat for the past few days. I didn’t know she was actually singing Gwiyomi song. I thought it was a song from My Little Pony or something until someone commented on my Keek just recently. I suppose Raina’s “mikko” is actually “naekkeo”! LOL.
That vid was recorded last weekend during our short getaway at DoubleTree Hilton by the way (will blog soon). I had been trying to upload it on Keek but internet collection was so freaking slow at the hotel, so now back at home only I can upload.
Speaking of internet connection, Celcom has officially launched their 4G LTE just recently, which is the 4th generation wireless mobile communication that allows mobile users to experience speeds up to 10 times faster! Imagine downloading a 5MB song in only 2 seconds flat and a 750MB movie in 5 minutes! That’s how fast the 4G LTE is. I bet uploading Keek vids would be just as fast!
Celcom is now offering the 4G LTE modem at only RM199 for the first 1,000 subscribers, so if you want it, go and grab it at either Blue Cube in Sunway Pyramid or Menara Celcom now! More info here: http://www.celcom.com.my/first/data/celcom-4g-lte.php.