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Absolute Bazaar

A couple of days ago I was chatting with colleagues and whining about how I needed a new ginormous shoe rack to keep all my shoes.

And one colleague (who is obviously a dude cause girls would never say anything as horrible as this) said: No, I think you should just stop buying shoes.

Wtf.

Obviously I’m not going to take his advice, but it’s quite funny how different guys and girls can be when it comes to something frivolous like shopping.

I would NEVER think of not buying clothes just cause I ran out of hangars or something. Heck, I bought a larger wardrobe to accommodate my new working clothes.

In fact, I am currently looking for a cupboard to store my handbags. Currently storing them in my wardrobe, but since I keep buying clothes I need to kick the handbags someplace else.

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I guess it’s a good thing I can’t afford to buy that many handbags sigh.

[Oh please don’t mind my yucky floor. Dunno why the hell parquet is so stupid like that, kena water a bit also change colour edi sigh. Next time if I’m rich I’ll buy a house with nice timber flooring weee.]

Anyhuu, I dragged myself out of bed at 10am on a Saturday morning to go shopping again.

Shun happened to mention that the Absolute Bazaar was being held at the 3K building today, and since Shirlyn and I already had a shopping date, we decided to head there.

It was quite a small affair, much less than what I expected. I remember somebody telling me that previously the bazaar was so packed they couldn’t even walk without stepping on each other’s toes hmm.

Nevertheless, we were there for a mission, and our mission was to find dresses to wear to Mein’s registration next month (YES Jing Mein is seriously getting registered to her long-time bf OMG so exciting man!!!).

Sad to say we didn’t manage to find anything suitable for the registration. See, the thing about bazaars is the clothes come from places like China/Taiwan and are of really really low quality, hence the really cheap price tags.

Oh well, I bought 5 items anyways cause resistance is futile.

Ruldoph the stupid reindeer.
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This sort of dress seems to be in fashion these days. Ohkay sorry lah if I’m a bit slow. I found the little buckles a bit plain, so I got a matching belt to dress it up if I wanted. The only thing I dislike is the stupid reindeer print on the boob part, would have preferred it without any prints.

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Dress for RM50, belt RM25.

Miss Soo Ah Lian.
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This dress looks a little ah lian, I know, but I just fell in love with the soft flouncy cotton. Being a bony girl, it helps when there is a lot of material to hide the sharp corners wtf. Anyways I think it’s fine for a casual shopping trip or something.

Dress RM45 RM43 (yes, that’s my sad attempt at bargaining wtf), belt is my own.

Faux satin.
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Slutty top with boob tube.
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Got both the tops at the same shop. The satin top is really comfy, and goes well with that pair of black shorts I had on. Except that I’ve put on so much weight around the middle, the pants button literally popped off while I was taking it off cibai damn stupid. This is the 3rd time it has happened to that same pants, gee I should really came to terms with reality here.

The blue translucent top looks fine from the front, but is really too loose when seen from the back GAR! I tried it on without a mirror so I couldn’t really see how it looked like from the back. Yah so if anybody wants a slightly loose slutty blue top which shows off your belly button nicely, do tell me k.

Tops 2 for RM40.

Time to hit the gym to work off them juicy lumps. Too bad the Body Balance instructor today is really ugly and bald, otherwise I would be a little more inspired.

Bilin’s Farewell Dinner @ Dragon-i

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HAHAHA Bilin is holding a bag from “The Underwear Shop” feat. sexy underwear dude.
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T.T

I miss everyone.

Baba & Nyonya Weekend Getaway

Juju and I spent the weekend down in Malacca cause I was pining for an escape from the concrete jungle, and he had always wanted to show me where he lived while did his flight training awww.

[Note: 99% of the photos were taken using the self-timer since Juju is so tak layan + shaky]

Got there right about lunch time, and since our route took us pass the airport, we decided to get down for a look-see. Turns out Malacca has decided to commercialize it’s airport and I think it’s gonna be quite massive.

Hurrah for gasaking the Singaporeans’ money!!! =)

His first plane was something like that, but even lauya-er.
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In awe of the “So hebat! Like KLIA” infrastructure.
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His old hostel was demolished and rebuilt. Stupid guards didn’t allow us in tho =(
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Awww one of those used to be his BumblePlane.
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Went right to lunch at Jonker Walk at the chicken rice ball shop. Had to queue up for almost 15 minutes under the sun GAR!

Looks like dog food, I know, but it tastes real good!
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Had durian cendol at the shop beside “88 Jonker” – not nice, don’t go!
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After lunch, we drove quite a distance towards the coast where Juju used to live whilst he was training (the academy’s hostel was too horrible so they moved out).

[EH APANI THIS IS TURNING INTO HIS LIFE STORY! wth…]

Awwww home sweet home.
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As usual, we were damn champion and didn’t make any hotel reservations so we decided to spend the night at the nearby Everly Resort at Tanjung Kling.

The King suite cost a whopping RM300 a night; whopping cause the room was like shit. We so got cheated man.

Hate hate hate!

Aerial view of the surrounding kampung.
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Right from the start we had a bad feeling of things, cause we couldn’t even get the door to open!

While he went down to get a new key, I syok sendiri-ed with the self-timer.
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Miscalculated jumping shot.
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Yes, still on self-timer.
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When we finally got in, the dude jumped right on the bed while I continued with the kinda sad photo taking.

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After I got tired of pressing the camera and running off to pose in 10 seconds, we took a bath and got ready for dinner.

Insisted on claiming our free drinks from the lobby.
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Got mini arcade so cute!
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Juju brought me to this place called Umbai Jetty where we had the most amazing seafood ever!!!

Not that the cooking was fantastic or anything, but the seafood was unbelievably fresh and C.H.E.A.P!!!!

Like, at first we were kinda nervous about the bill we were racking up, but when we finally got it, we nearly fainted cause it was so cheap!!

The place was really packed, so parking was a little difficult.
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Gerais were right beside the smelly, stagnant jetty.
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There were several gerais selling the exact same stuff, so we chose the one with the biggest prawns.
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And by big, I mean B.I.G.!
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Like HELO have you ever seen a prawn as big as a nasi lemak??! (But to be fair the nasi lemak was quite small lah lol)
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So in total, 3 flower crabs, 4 massive prawns, 1 fish, 2 nasi lemaks, 2 otak-otak and 2 coconuts came up to just RM69!!!!!

At first I dunno how the hell the lady pressed the calculator until it displayed “690” and Juju almost fainted but then reading his mind, I grumpily told him “70 bucks lah!” (cause I am the more logical of us two, indeed).

Upon reaching back to the hotel, I promptly fell asleep whilst Juju spend a couple of hours playing with his newly acquired numchucks, which he proudly announced that he would use to “beat the shit” out of his enemies.

Inspired by Bruce Lee, apparently.
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But then again, they’re made out of plastic and sponge, so I don’t think I should trust him to protect me lah.

The next morning was drizzly and emo, but at least it was really breezy.
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Since it was raining, we had to spend the morning shopping indoors, and I found myself drawn to MNG where I got some pretty new things.

Yes, my bf is sitting on the floor of MNG trying to fit into my pants sigh.
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Had lunch at this fast food place called Kaizer, which has the most yummy + cheap juicy burgers and fries, but the fried and roasted chicken sucked.
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Finished off with asam laksa and more cendol at 88 Jonker. The cendol was real good, the laksa wasn’t.
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And that was it for our weekend getaway.

It was so much fun!!! Seriously, if only hotels didn’t charge so much I would go away every single weekend!!! =)

(No I refuse to stay in motels)