A Spot of Whoring With My Pussy

Heh.

Heh heh.

Not exactly what you were thinking, but yeah.

You should be feeling a tinge of guilt right about now.

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Her right eye looks smaller than the left one cause my dog’s stupid adopted kitten (weird, yeah) scratched her sobs.

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TO ARTHUR!!!!!

When Mr Soon Seng messaged me to offer me a free ticket to the Arthur’s Day celebration, I was happy of course, but not too excited cause I didn’t know what the heck it was about.

According to today’s The Star, it was one of only 5 bashes held around the world (the most chunted one was held in Dublin, of course, where Guinness was born) (OMG spell check has “Guinness”!! I misspelt it as “Guiness” and the red dotted line appeared!) to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Guinness beer.

I am definitely not a beer drinker, and neither am I a good speller, cause I though it was spelt “Aurthur” instead of “Arthur” lol.

But anyhuu, people give free ticket, go only lar rite.

Samo the Black Eyed Peas would be performing mar. I always like seeing famous people 😉

Much to my delight, we ended up with more than enough tickets (thanks to some people who kept digging up free tickets), so Shun and Yen went as well =)

The bash was supposed to start at 8pm, but knowing Malaysian timing, it obviously didn’t.

Not that I can attest to it starting late, cause we were dead late as well – Yen only came back from work at like 7.45pm sial so by the time we were there it was about 9pm already. No worries. Opening acts don’t matter =p

First stop was the toilet, where Yen did some light exercises to warm up, followed by drawing lines around her eyes and ending with a spot of camwhoring.

Sakai. Luckily the toilet was devoid of anyone other than us.
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She tak puas cause my eyeliner was thicker than hers -_-
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WAHHH Yen has big eyes! wtf
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Actually hor, right before we left home, Shun told me to remind Yen that the dress-code was “black chic” and to make sure that she didn’t end up wearing gym or pasar clothes. And I was like, haiya she not so aunty kua. Well, waddaya know. Sometimes I think she does it just to piss us off.

I know I wasn’t in black either, but I already bought my top for this event before I found out about the dress-code.
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Found the guys waiting for us at the entrance to Sunway Lagoon. Apparently we were so late, everyone else had gone in except for Soon Seng, Kenny and Hanyangsaeyo. Aww shucks.

Yen asked whether Arthur was still alive. At his 250th anniversary. Retard.
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The walk to the surf beach was quite a long one, with us having to take several flights of moving stairs (yes I know they’re called escalators, but “stairs” sounds more cham) and I ended up spraining a few of my toes from all that walking omg.

Flooded with people.
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The sisterhood.
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There was soooooooooo many frigging people that the crowd spilled over from the surf beach area into every other area that was accessible to us, up til the wall that divides the dry park from the wet park.

Stage flanked by jumbo screens.
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The hotel looking rather majestic in the background.
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The area nearest to the stage was already air-tight by the time we arrived, and as skinny as we all were *ahem* we couldn’t find any standing room for us. So we forlornly moved away from the crowd towards the back to find somewhere to sit.

Soon Seng, Yen, Shun and Kenny. Hanyangsaeyo ditched us to go looking for the others.
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The aunty even brought her own water along.
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Taking a breather after all that pushing and shoving.
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“OMG Li Ping was right, really got tiles wan leh!!!” (K lar you were right about there being sand too)
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Since Yen was already wearing a bikini top, we told her to jump into the puddle, and she almost did! Heh.
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Yen: Photo can’t see shit lar.
Me: Yameh? I see 2 big shits wor.
Hah hah hah.

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Wondered around some more, in search of Sue Ann and Kiat and waddaya know, we found them in a most strategic spot that was really quite near to the stage.

Super wonderful.

Really quite near to the stage leh!
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Camwhored while waiting for BEP to appear.
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How aunties answer phone calls at concerts. Too bad Shun couldn’t muster up some farts lol.
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It was quite a long wait for all the other acts to be over and done with and for BEP to perform. By the time they finally appeared, it was already 10.30pm which is like 15 minutes away from my bedtime *yawns.

But of course it was totally worth the wait!

From the minute they stepped foot onstage, the crowd went berserk and you could smell the adrenaline (it kinda smells like sweat) in the air.

Sadly, I couldn’t get a clear photo of them, thanks to this total IDIOT who stood in front of me who kept jiggling his fat ass and bumping into me every 3 seconds so all my photos were blurry. Super angry.

This is the best I could do =(((
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When the rest noticed I was getting trampled on by the idiot, they moved me to the front. So I got a good look at him and he got some dirty stares from me.
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Spot 5 funny faces and one idiot.
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Much to my despair, this group of tall African dudes pushed their way in front of us as well.

Shit. I hate not being tall.

It was bad enough that more and more of them started popping up in my face, at one point, one of them even decided to mount his buddy’s shoulders, so all I could see was black backside. Sigh.

Magecheebai not tall enough izzit??!!!?
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Anyhuu, the BEP gave a fantastic performance and the crowd was super hyped-up all throughout the night. There were all kinds of people: Blacks, whites, French, Arabs, Malays, Chinese, Indians etc. And when the BEP sang “Where is the love”, everyone just melted into this peaceful mass of people singing along to BEP.

1 Malaysia, 1 Love.
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Tattoo and Will.I.Am forming a heart.
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One love.
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Sorry lah could only take photos of the screen beside me. The view of the stage was blocked by some black backside.

All too soon it was over, and the crowd was left cheering to confetti floating gently in the air.

Woots! Never knew tiny pieces of paper could make people so happy.
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Failed pic of us and the stage.
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Right after the confetti settled, we were treated to a 5 minute fireworks display, typical of all events held at Sunway.

Boom Boom Pow!
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Heart-shaped fireworks omg so pretty!!!! Too bad it’s senget lol!
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And typical of all kiasu Malaysians, there was then a mad rush to beat the jam, with everyone cramming at the exit, forming a suffocating body of smelly, sticky, sweaty flesh. Too gross man.

Finally managed to extricate ourselves after much jostling but with no injuries nor fights, thankfully.
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Jakuning with Hari Raya deco.
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Went home and collapsed into a deep slumber even before I took a bath or had anything to eat. Really KO lor. But then my eyes started to protest cause I hadn’t removed my contacts, so I woke up at about 4am to clean up and back to bed it was.

Happy day. Thanks for the free ticket Soon Seng =)

Melaka with the Gay Partners et al.

The trip to Melaka turned out to be a success, filled with hyperactive laughter, food and good friends.

Contrary to popular belief, Li Ping did not wake up late. In fact, I had set my alarm for 8am but my stupid biological clock was still tuned in to work-mode and I woke up at 6.30am and couldn’t go back to sleep sigh. Which means I slept for like 5 hours only =(

Anyway, I waited for the dudes for 22 minutes *clapclap* punctual gile aku ni.

Lapan sekawan di dalam Estima. Sangat sempit di belakang. Kesian.
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Estima damn chun sial! It has a backside camera which shows the road behind when it’s in reverse gear!
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First stop was to pick up Joyce from Klang. So of course we just had to have bak kut teh for breakfast, since we were already there.

Only, it wasn’t bak kut teh. It was something called “hong bak“. Yeah I know it sounds like Ong Bak.

The hong bak stall doesn’t have a signboard, but the one beside it is Elim Florist and Gifts =)
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Hong bak: An ugly ugly thing.
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Continued on our way to Melaka, with Kien Fei pecuting at a scary 160-180km/h, but thank goodness I dozed off otherwise sure pening gile babi.

The next thing I knew, Alwyn was cursing about the jam. Went back to sleep. The next thing I knew, we were in the Air Keroh rest stop.

Good. Pee time.

Alwyn and Jae Shen and me.
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Upon arriving at Melaka, we picked up another friend of theirs, Wei Phin, who was a local and who turned out to be a pretty marvelous GPS/tour guide.

Kien Fei and Wei Phin at the bestest cendol stall in Jonker Walk.
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Only RM1.50 per bowl slurps!
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We were supposed to have the famous chicken rice ball, but by then the chicken was already sold out T.T You can still see so many kiasu people lining up cause they didn’t believe there wasn’t anymore chicken I think lol.
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NO kai!
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It was at this depressing moment when Soon Seng decided to announce his arrival at Jonker Walk. So ngam he was in some ulu place near Melaka (which according to him has lots of stray dogs and no mugs/bowls) for a church camp so we had arranged for a meet up.

And no, I’m not that important. He was also supposed to buy 4 mugs, diapers and dunno what else, which was why he had to come in to town anyways. Lol.

We then adjourned to this ulu-ish shop selling satay babi. This is actually the exact same shop the gang and I went to during the last Melaka trip (31.08.08) which proved to be a huge disappointment cause the satay was dry and horrible..

Only this time, the satay wasn’t too horrible.

Maybe we were just anticipating too much the last time. Cause we sesated jalan and had to hunt for the shop for 1 whole hour. Grumpy grumpy.

Mr Soon Seng (with his new Transition lenses wtf) and I.
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Face-slimming sunbeam.
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All 9 of us.
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Soon Seng hard at work.
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Look! Fat man! No lar, I was pointing at the satay but too bad the dude went and stood there.
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Right after the satay snack, Soon Seng and I parted ways as he had to start checking things off his shopping list.

The 9 of us then continued on our food quest, with the next stop being satay celup.

Famous food stalls in Melaka are always packed. Sigh.
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Ilusi optik.
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Alwyn bought “9688” and “6889” but neither were winning numbers.
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We then drove to the beach (YAY!) to work off some calories. And boy did I!

I always always always love going to the beach, even if it’s as cacat as the one in Melaka =))) And I managed to syok sendiri all on my own, even without backup from the girls! Independent SS-er sial!

Fine. The 3 guys contributed quite a bit too *aww girlfriend!

The setting sun made for an awesome backdrop.
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I bullied Alwyn and Jae Shen into taking a jumping shot as well, and omg the pictures came out hilarious!

Step 1: Sumo bow of respect.
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Step 2: Brace for takeoff.
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Step 3: The sky’s the limit! (NOT)
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Alwyn and I.
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Kien Fei damn layan my SS-ness wan lor *aww.
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Burying Jae Shen(‘s feet) alive!
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My turn, hence the muka tulan.
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One of the idiots hid my slippers in the sand ish.
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After we were tired of jumping around, we headed back to Wei Phin’s house for a shower and 40 winks. 9 different funky smelling people sitting in one car is not a good thing, if you know what I mean.

I like pink, he likes red.
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*Nag nag nag. Kena scolding from Ah Ma veli good.
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Ah Ma sudah KO.
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OMG I tell you!! I was so tired throughout the entire trip I slept every single moment we were in the car sial. According to Alwyn I just slept, woke up to pee, slept, woke up to eat, slept, ate, pee-ed, slept, and so on and so forth.

Next stop was a late nonya dinner at Ole Sayang, another one of Melaka’s famous food destinations.

As you can see, there is not an empty table in sight.
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The aunty who came to take our order was damn fierce! When Kien Fei wanted to order some deserts she was like “That wan later!” OMG.
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Found much amusement in the antique door.
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WooOOooOOOoOoOOOo!~ Looks damn scary actually.
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After that, we headed back to Jonker Walk to hang kai, much to my horror. I was so damn tired, jostling with aunties was not exactly what I wanted to do.

Nice, peaceful back-road leading to the noisy zoo.
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Anyway, Alwyn, Jae Shen and I ended up getting separated from the group cause the 2 buggers wanted to fag.

We walked til we sampai the stage then Alwyn had the bright idea of using a back-road to go back to the car so we didn’t have to jostle with the crowd again.

Walk and walk and walk.

Came to a Shell station. Jae Shen went to pee, Alwyn and I went in to buy drinks.

Much to my amusement, there was this white board with tips on what to do in case of a robbery.

C = Calm (Bertenang)
O = Obey (Ikut arahan)
P = Picture (Gambaran)
S = Safeguarding (Jaga nyawa sendiri)

ROFL man!!
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I wonder how many times that petrol station has been robbed.

I also wonder what the robber will feel when he reads that load of crap lol.

Anyhow, we continued along the road and waddaya know, we ended up right back where we started – at the stage. GAR!

After Jonker Walk we were supposed to go to some hot spring place to rendam but we ended up heading back to Wei Phin’s place for another nap. Damnnnn tired ok!

The only people who weren’t KO-ed were Alwyn, Jae Shen and Kien Fei who continued eating – this time it was wan tan mee.

By the time we left for home it was around 1.30am already I think.

Next thing I know, it was 3.30am and I was outside my house and the damn door was locked boo so I had to wake up maid up =(

But yeah, I had a really really great time! I only wish I hadn’t been so exhausted! Next time I should drink essence of chicken first before going anywhere =)

Destroyed manicure akibat digging in the sand.
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Next outing in the pipeline: Rent a bungalow in Port Dickson for a BBQ party. But have to wait til Su Khok comes home first. Weee!

Fun @ The Curve 19.9.09

A couple of my colleagues once told me MONEY was the solution to all problems.

For example, even if your bf was some super boring but rich dude, money could fix things cause he could like just book you a trip to Disneyland or something if you ever got bored.

I beg to differ. It doesn’t matter where I go and how much I spend. What matters is the people I go with.

With friends like the ones I am blessed to have, I could have fun anywhere on earth. People like them turn something as typical as Ikea into a wonderland =)

Love you guys!

Anyhuu, what spurred this sudden emotional outburst was tonight, when we headed to the Curve cause Yenli wanted to shop and Alwyn wanted to buy Ikea pillows wtf.

Shopped for awhile before we had dinner at the Bavarian Bierhaus which is somewhere behind TGI Friday’s. The food was not bad, although no way as good as authentic German food of course teehee.

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Sei Alwyn took this pic with his Iphone and conteng-ed my face cis!
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Shun, Yen and I.
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Kian Fei and Alwyn.
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Fishy lips ❤
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Yun and SK were late cause they just came down from Genting. Tsk tsk gambling again ah.
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Sigh. I dunno why still I hang out with that retard.
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Yen was supposed to divide the fish into 7 pieces, but ended up smushing it into unappetizing pulp.
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After dinner, we were supposed to head over to Ikea to get the pillows, but Yen, Shun and I got distracted by the Padini Concept Store, so we told the rest to go ahead.

Good thing they didn’t wait for us, cause we ended up spending ONE WHOLE HOUR playing around with the costume jewelery which was on 50-70% discount!!!

If we went out like this would you still be our friend?
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USA flag sunnies. See oso feel like slapping.
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I ended up buying RM40.50 worth of costume jewelery, which was actually really cheap since I got like 2 necklaces, a ring and 2 pairs of earrings!!! Shun got a necklace and Yen the cheapo only bought a ring pfft.

Tired of fooling around, we finally headed off to Ikea, where Alwyn was already done with his quest for buying 4 pillows.

Kian Fei crowning me the Queen of Hukashaka Land.
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Look mum! No hands!!
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Aunties choosing biscuits.
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There were only 2 different flavours to choose from, but dunno why lar we stood there for like forever!
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Itu Kian Fei ah, spoil photo betul!
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Greedy Alwyn bought 7 packets of biscuits omg glutton sial!
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How many idiots does it take to open a packet of biscuits?
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Between us, we gobbled down a packet of biscuits, a hotdog, an icecream and many many many (free refill) cups of soft drinks on the spot.
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The pillows Alwyn bought turned out to be a huge source of amusement as well.

Somehow, they were packed in a vacuum bag until they were really really really flat. And of course, Yen and I took quite a long figuring out how the pillow was supposed to be un-flattened.

Me: Oh have to blow air inside wan izzit?
Yen: HAHAHAHA stupidnye. Just pull the plug then got air go in edi wan la.
-_-

Apparently once you tear open the plastic vacuum bag, the spongy thing will start trapping air in its holes (dunno call what lar) and it’ll kembang into a normal pillow. And no Yen, it doesn’t come with plugs, you think life-jacket meh.

So now I owe Alwyn RM0.50 for showing me magic dsh.

Before.
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After. Still quite flat lar actually. Maybe it takes some time to decompress.
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Ikea stuff is soooooo cool!!!

Anyway by the time we were done jakun-ing, all the shops were closing so we decided to call it a day.

I offered to send the dudes back to their car which was parked in Cineleisure. But in the end they ended up driving themselves there while we girls camwhored in the backseats lol.

HAHAHA Alwyn looks so uncomfortable squished in my Kelisa.
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Showing off the Vincci jewelery we just bought.
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We are just too chio. Har har.
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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA OMG!
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Had an awesome night with you guys.
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Time to sleep. I have like 7 hours to sleep only cause we’re going to Melaka tomorrow weeeeeeee I love the holidays =)

Delicious, Cats and Fun Things to do at the Bureau

Went to 1U with my fav girls, Shirlyn and Su Ann, for lunch and a movie.

Since Shirlyn had been practically dreaming of Cafe Delicious for a few weeks now, we decided to indulge in her craving for tasteless, cheng cheng, overpriced, aunty food. Lol. You can sort of see from the photo below that most patrons were in fact, aunties (I mean from the mirror reflection, not US lar).

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(Somehow we all ended up dressing up in similar shades)

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The heavy lunch was followed by 2 hours spent at the cinema watching “Gamer“. Big mistake. It’s more advisable to go in on an empty stomach with a packet of asam lest you get nauseous like we did.

It wasn’t so much the gaming style of directing that so many movies seem to be adopting these days – you know, turn here turn there camera shake shake shake – but the actual content of the movie that was puke-worthy.

Vulgar to say the least, I was surprised the Malaysian censorship board allowed so much flashing of boobies and butts to be approved for viewing, even for an >18 audience. And then there’s the language!

But then again if they were to do their job properly, that movie would be cut down to an indecipherable 15 minutes of screen time.

What was most disturbing was the detail in the plot. The many characters shown in the “Society” part of the movie (must watch to understand lar, sorry) were probably spawned from fantasies derived from real life inspiration.

Every new scene brought newly distraught-inducing images of how sick society can be when not bound to some form of control.

Anyhuu, Ah Ma disapproval aside, I think this movie would be worth watching just to check out all these geli fantasies dudes have. Totally a guy’s show.

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The black kitten (Hitam) which my dog adopted has grown more and more brave, to the point of sneaking into the house and gaduhing with my cat for Rule Over the Rocking Chair.

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And as usual, my cat lost -_-

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As with any workplace, we try to encourage physical activity and a healthy lifestyle. So once a year, somebody decides to get off his/her ass and organize some games for our bureau’s Sports Carnival (WTF).

Although I don’t really think congkak and chess burn much calories anywhere other then the fingers.

The only game worth watching was the netball competition, of which I obviously did not participate.

Still, it was fun gathering everyone together in team colours with banners to cheer on the players.

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Aside from getting involved in competitions every now and then, another fun thing to do at the bureau is to work on our artistic skills.

The result of our drawing contest, with the topic “Fat naked woman’s body with snake head“:

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Don’t ask me how this silly thing came about.

Another fun thing to do at the bureau is to go around searching for fruit trees.

We found this tree with loads of jambu air once. Actually the tree was in plain sight, but somehow we never noticed the fruits until one of them fell onto a colleague’s car and burst into a mess of juice and pink bits.

And then we even found a tree with massive cempedak fruits!!! They aren’t ripe yet, so we’re thinking of using a marker pen to write our names on the fruits so other people can’t steal them.

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Last of all, a fun thing to do at the bureau is to actually work. HAH HAH HAH.

Jokes aside, I actually like what I do. Which is to evaluate products for registration. STOP ASKING.

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Superstars in pajamas

For those of you who still haven’t seen this yet, here it is again!

T.T OMG I miss our SS House!!! J5, Block dunnowhat, James Blyth Court! And OMG I miss all our festive combined-XMas/CNY decorations!

But most of all I miss the girls and all the great fun we had together =)

PS: Yah no more blogspot edi lar, sudah become wordpress.
PPS: Yah I seriously cannot remember how come I chose a chinese song for this lol.

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