Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas 'o8

My Christmas Eve was spent in school with BoyThunder and Eil doing our project work (so loser-ish I know). We had the companionship of Gibby's as well.

As usual, Gerald and I would be late, only this time he was way later than me.

He saved his own ass when he lugged a bag of goodies and passed the tidbits around:

Heh. It's been a long time since I last received a candycane! So we all starting tearing off the wrapper and eating it. That was my lunch by the way, and decided that it was not right. So I head over to the vending machine to purchase the tapioca chips, and it got stuck in the machine. =,=

By evening, I've found myself a new shopping kaki, and I love him! *rubs palm with glee*

My Chirstmas countdown was spent playing Cherades, Pictionary and Uno. I also shared my UP and DOWN for the year, and guess what was my answer for the UP part?

Getting to know a new bunch of friends from this place called CowboyBar. I said,
Even though the age gap between the youngest barfly to the oldest barfly is not exactly small, we get along just fine and they are a group of very nice people!I like spending time together with them.

But of course I have yet another UP too. ;)

QQ received a present that she didn't really fancy.

 I think it's the bells. And the sizing is wrong. QQ's head is too small. 

But she looked absolutely adorable in it. *rubs her face*

Okay, I'm off to work! And for the first time, we get to wear our own clothes instead the usual uniform for work! I even bought a prop to go along with my "theme". Heh.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008


So after all my speculations of my negative feelings towards the iPhone, I actually kinda envious those who own it now. Not only get they download songs, videos quicly at their fingertips, whatever entertainment they need is in sync with their computer/laptop.

Who cares about incompatible bluetooth now?!!

Besides, iPhone makes pictures cool, like this:

And this:

I look so darn blissful with QQ in one hand, and Nigel in the other.

Nigel's BearPa's Sis's dog. He's such a darling I swear. Throughout the gathering, he obeyed my commands and wobbled his way out just to find me. :D

BearPa had been kind enough to lend out his ice box to me. If not, I wouldn't know what to bring.

There were games and a fight broke out, causing one of the dog owners being bitten. That was horrifying. After the commotion, everybody sort of just want to get the games over and done with. Moreover, I was late for my meeting.

QQ emerged as the first-runner up for two games (she was obviously supposed to be first for one of it) out of three games. I'm so proud of her. :)

Thank you organisers and participants! I'll see you all next at East Coast Park! Interested dog owners can contact me for details. :)

Friday, December 12, 2008

QQ The Terror

Hi! It's QQ reporting for again!

Today I've decided to just make a point that despite my petite size (I'm slightly smaller than a mini schnauzer, so that makes me a mini mini schnauzer, okay?), I can do damages detrimental to the humans as well.

So keep it quiet so I can show you around. But please, promise me you won't let the beans out of the bag.
Here's the damage:

Pretty impressive eh? I'm quite proud of my work, I gnawed and chewed all day to achieve this. It kinda made me feel like partying because of all the confetti on the floor. Sigh, I wished Mommy could bring me to those fancy dog parties.

You know the saying something bad happens when you least expected it? I finally understood what it meant. Upon Mommy's return that night, hell hath no fury like her.

She unleashd the inner beast in her and it was so scaaaaaary.

I had to find a "safer" spot, was what I thought. But it didn't help much. Somehow or rather using my magical puppy power, Mommy went soft when she saw me hiding under the chair. Does any of you know why she suddenly when "awww'" and rushed to her room to get the black metal thingy and started pressing its button????

Oh well, so much for asking you to keep a secret for me. I am born lucky. ^^v

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Brewerkz 'o8

It is unusual when a place you thought might be your potential favourite hang-out turns out to have beer you had to force yourself to drink so that the price can be justified.

About two months ago, some girls on my secondary school side wanted to throw a birthday gathering for Si Hui.

The last time I was at Brewerkz was last December. Oddly though, when I think back, I enjoyed my fruit-flavoured beer. This time when the girls ordered a tower, I dread every sip I take. I mean, it really taste quite gross leh. In my opinion, even Corona and Strongbow Cider tastes yummier (I'm not exactly a beer fan).

In order to drink alcohol, I had to "set base" for my stomach. We orderd a platter to share between us which was not half that bad. I preferred the pizza though, it was yummy.

But you know what I think tastes the best over there? The god-damn french fries. I swear the next time I visit Brewerks, I'm just going to nom on the fries. Heh.

Besides the food and beverage, Hui came late and received her Fred Perry present from her clique.

The rest of us drank, and I couldn't finish my pint. Point is, I don't have to drink that much to reach my duapehthiang (you have to do some research on this to understand) state.

It only takes this |______| much to make me red.

Oh, but I do have my favourite beer combi: Blackcurrant cordial + Cider = Refreshment
Aaaah~ Now pass me my pint please...

Monday, December 8, 2008

Can I Castrate You?

Hello World,

Mommy had sent me here once again, for a quick update. She seemed to be pretty pissed, judging by her topic. I think it's because of me.

She had brought me to the East Coast Park today, and then while we were happily strolling along the walkway, I came across these two Jack Russell Terriers (JRT). So naturally, I got really excited and started to make loud noises - it sounded very much like "gwaarrrrrr" and "arggggggh" and "wooooooooooooof!".

I was being very tactless and did not manage to see Mommy's embarrassment. She held me back, tried to calm me down (which I totally ignored) and we slowly approached the JRTs. I think because both the dogs and the owner looked pretty approachable, we have decided to say hi and make friends.

Little did I know, with my first sniff, one of the JRTs gave me a snap and bit my face. I was in pain but I couldn't retaliate. I didn't know how. Mommy was in pain too but she recalled BearPa once told her not to separate an attacking dog in case the dog might bite, so she pulled back half way after attempting to rescue me.

Mommy wanted to pull me away but because the stupid JRT was holding on to my face, I yelped in agony.

Mommy was so angry because apparently the owner (I strongly disagree to call the dog their "dad", coz' he's quite a fucktard really) DID NOT do anything to control his dog, EVEN KNOWING THAT HE'S ATTACKING ME.


He did not even TRY.

And he calls himself owner? Furthermore, he had TWO JRTs.
He is unbelievable.

In defense, I know I sound very bias here, but I did not do anything cheeky to provoke them. I was just being myself, wanting to get to know them. So why must he injure me?

Mommy said what's worse, was that the owner "did not fucking apologise or look apologetic AT ALL".

So much for all the reports on "Rottweilers severly injure the puny, pathetic JRT".

You see, my Rottie brothers are actually angels in disguise:

Mommy just asked me to write this down, "I have nothing against JRTs, but fucking grow some balls to control your dogs. Son of a bitch!".

Now, allow me to get some rest after a marvellous day with Mommy and Daddy...

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Malaysia o8 - Johor Bahru

A week in Macau/ Hong Kong, I bade farewell to the sunny island and a week later ready to embark on my journey in yet another tropical country – Malaysia.

Being the Aunt Agony I am, I always make sure I pack beforehand and more often than not I over-packed. This is nothing new. Heh. They always make me feel like the whiny bimbo. ☹

I was on the phone with Onion I still remembered, and met up with the buddies at Woodlands Interchange. This group of tourists includes Shy, Kimmo and Jo. ☺

So anyway, I thought Shy told me to dress down, which I think I did. The thing is, I got the date to dress down, wrongly.

Once in a while, I will reach earlier than the people I meet. This is my first officially overseas trip with friends, traveling on our own! Kudos to Shy, who did all the planning, booking, accommodations etc.  *hugs*

After we crossed the borders via an SBS bus, Shy’s mom came to pick us up. I finally got to see her for the first time after hearing so much about her, and she looks really young. ☺

While waiting though, I had to bear the agony of watching a handicapped beggar, a mother I presumed, begging for money for a meal.

Auntie dropped us off in a nearby coffeeshop and I tried a new local delicacy – Hum Cha. It costs only RM4, includes a variety of veggies and this green tea soup. I like the vegetables, but I’ll not try the green liquid again. Hur.

It took three years to finally see Shy’s home. Haha. Her room’s view is awesome, hence all of us marveling over it.

And then I start unpacking, and exploring her room. I borrowed a book from her, it’s by the same author who wrote P.S. I Love You, but this one’s called Where Rainbows End. I got hooked almost immediately.

After we’ve settled in and got introduced properly to her sisters, Shy wanted to show us around Johor Bahru and brought us to this huge shopping centre. Okay, we only got to know after we took a picture that it was an extremely UNSAFE act we did, taking photos in public, what with JB’s sky-high crime rates.

This is the reason why Shy called me Whiny Thiang. We were all seated in Shy’s mom car and an hour ride to the shopping centre and I kept going, “Are we there yet?” non-stop. Heh. Irritating people is my forte.

Plus, did you notice who’s the driver?! SHYANNE WANG leh! It was such a funny and dangerous ride, because we almost got into an accident and Shy’s panic reaction is always very cute.

It was after that we went to giant Giant (pun intended) to get some groceries (which we didn’t eat it in the end) and basic necessities. I got my favourite animal prints plaster! ^^v

Late evening, we arrived at this Japanese restaurant that Shy high recommend for affordable and good food. The sad thing was that all of us were on tight budget so we could not eat much. ☹

Not to mention I love the seats, the kind where you can put your feet below ground level is my favourite. Heh.

Shy ordered this. We ordered a few other dishes and I swear the waiting time for each dish ah, I could have napped or go for a poop at least 3 times. It’s just very annoying to wait for food, you know?

No doubt the food was yummy, but the waiting time really is a major boo-boo. It’s not as if they lack any staff (from the way I see it lah)!

On our way down we were checking out hair salons since our original plans were to dye/cut hair in JB, but to my dismay, I didn’t do any kind of treatment to my hair. Ear digging service over there will cost you $3 and less! Hahaha.

Honestly, if you’re telling your customers that using quality shampoo will cost them an additional 3 riggit, so are you saying all these while you’ve been using crap shampoo on those who doesn’t want to pay?

After dinner, Shy called up Alan and asked him out for coffee. We headed to Old Town and had toast + tea, since we didn’t eat to our hearts content at the Jap place. ☹

Admittedly that night I didn’t sleep well. In fact, I felt like I didn’t sleep a wink. But the morning view and a little stretching at the balcony did help me feel better. Heh.

We got changed and headed to Alan’s place to pick up and were discussing how “jia zhua” (slack) the security officers were. Tsk.

That’s my very nice seafood Aglio Olio for lunch. ☺

Very unique way of putting the dish together, and Jo has the same cheese obsession with me! We don’t sprinkle cheese, we open the cheese bottle and pour them all over the food. Heh.

Alan bought a dessert for us all to try, and requested for a picture by the waitress.

Shy and Kim had been playing with Jo’s cap all day and I was tempted to try it on and see how I look. So how is it? (Digression: but how long does it take for my hair to actually, grow? Ugh.)

Outside, there was a Pasar Malam and in JB, it greatly differs from Sin’s version. Over there, they sell eggs…

And incense paper, joss sticks…

And even assorted vegetables. I can’t help but think that Jo is like the husband, while he waits for her wife to choose his dinner for the night. *giggles*

What about roasted meat then? I should think they’re a lot cheaper over there. Wait, everything in Malaysia is cheaper.

Well a little cam-whoring in the car wouldn’t hurt.

Before we were in Malaysia, my Malaysian friends has been reminding constantly about the robbery cases, especially popular among Singaporeans, and it is very easy to identify us. Thus throughout the two days I left many things back at Shy’s place, and grabbed onto my tote bag at all times. Freaky, but I didn’t feel that JB was dangerous at all (which means no weirdos that disturbed me).

Nevertheless, we should not rest on our laurels! It’s definitely better than heading to Thailand or Mumbai for nowI guess, where they hold you as pawns in battles of their own. Powered by Blogger.