Wednesday, October 22, 2008

My BFM Radio Interview

Hey remember the radio interview I had a few weeks back at BFM?

You can listen to it here.

Don't laugh at me! Even I can't hear myself talk.

12 comments:

pinkpau said...

haha stewie. can hear you sniffling. good interview! now, when are you guys expanding to new york...

Boss Stewie said...

yes i was a bit under the weather that day.. ish... new york.. far frmo that weii

ling ling said...

WOW...i think the interview was great...its my first time hearing your voice. u don sound like u look la BOss..hehe...anyway keep it up Boss...
n ur sniffing sound was loud n clear..

Boss Stewie said...

ling ling: hahaha how did you think i sounded like?

electronicfly said...

so si man your sneeze.

Chu King Cheang said...

very good interview.

You answered the questions very well :P.

How much nuffnang makes ah? :P

Cutie said...

Hmm.. you sound like some college boys. Doesn't sound like a boss. Hehe... But I guess it's because of your flu. :p And what more the interviewer speaks so well with every single of his words pronunced clearly.

Chu King Cheang said...

I have to disagree with cutie.

I thought Tim did very well in the interview and he sounded like a boss.

Michelle said...

it was good.. can hear every word clearly.. lol.. just mayb a bit too "rushing"... catching a flight, huh?

=P

Andrew said...

Hi Boss!! Nice meeting you the other day at Breeze Cafe & Lounge (plaza ttdi)... In fact, we've met a few times.. LOL.. Just that we didnt introduce to each other only.. LOL.. Anyway, Nuffnangers really lucky la!! this time round, KY, Suanie and friend won a trip to Krabi!! haha =D coool~

Janice said...

you're fluent and your pronunciation was so clear! I could hear every single word you said! but but but...I find ur occasional 'ah' and 'lo' and 'la' a bit distracting to me in that kinda formal setting..dunno whether you realise it or not. maybe i'm jz not used to listening to m'sian english hvg not listened to it for quite some time.

Chu King Cheang said...

Janice: That is how we should speak like a Malaysian. Even students in Perth like me sometimes uses "LA" just to add the additional "spice" in our english speaking. :)