Thursday, January 28, 2010

Charice On Singapore Idol 2009

On 27th Dec 2009, Charice was a guest performer on Singapore Idol's grand finale. You will notice how much she has grown, and that she has further perfected her singing and vocals, being a true blue artist now =)

Her performance still gives me goosebumps. NEVER have I been this crazy about an artist since Celine Dion (in my teen years) and Lady GaGa currently. LOVE HER TO BITS!

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Crazy About Charice! - Part 3

Charice performed her promised duet with Celine Dion at Madison Square Garden in New York City on September 15, 2008.

In November 2008, she appeared on Good Morning America with David Foster to promote David Foster's tribute album, Hitman: David Foster and Friends. Another AMAZING performance!

For the third time, Pempengco made an appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show on the May 18, 2009 "Finale: Oprah's Search for the World's Most Talented Kids" episode. She debuted her first internationally released single "Note to God", which was written by Diane Warren and produced by David Foster.

I cried almost every time I watch this. Her performances always leave me with a sense of awe, inspiration and overwhelming emotion. This song is really perfect for her. You can see how much emotion she puts into it and her tremendously soulful and powerful vocals really makes the song.

Charice is undoubtedly one of THE most talented singer AND performer of our time, and she's only just 17. At such a young age, this vocal prodigy has already been compared with powerhouse singers like Celine Dion, Whitney Houston and Beyonce. She's such a wonderful, adorable and down-to-earth person. Her God-given gift is just so amazing, you can't help but want her to succeed. Coming from a poor family with an abusive father in the Philippines, she has definitely made it VERY far and deserves a lot more.

I hope we will see hear more of her soon.

God bless Charice!

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Crazy About Charice! - Part 2

In 2008, Charice returned to the international scene when she guested at the April 8 episode of the The Paul O'Grady Show in London, England.

She appeared for the first time on the May 12 edition of The Oprah Winfrey Show in an episode entitled the "World's Smartest Kids", in which she performed Whitney Houston's "I Have Nothing". It was through the recommendation of Oprah Winfrey that music producer David Foster took Pempengco under his wing. David Walter Foster is a 15-time Grammy award-winning Canadian musician, record producer, composer, singer, songwriter and arranger,[1] noted for discovering singers Celine Dion, Josh Groban, and Michael Bublé and for producing some of the most successful artists in the world.

Charice made a second appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show on the September 9, 2008 "Dreams Come True" episode, in which Oprah referred to her as "The Most Talented Girl in the World".

I cried when she cried after Celine invited her to sing together with her at Madison Square Garden. It's always touching to see a dream come true, especially for such a young, humble person with such a tremendous God-given talent.

Next up, Charice's duet with Celine and her very own song!

Monday, January 25, 2010

Crazy About Charice! - Part 1

Many of you may not have heard of her. Her popularity hasn't reached our shores yet, and I've just only discovered her recently. Ever found something so overwhelmingly amazing, to the point that it brings you to tears? That's what she is, and I can't help but to share her with you...

Charmaine Clarice Relucio Pempengco (born May 10, 1992), best known as Charice Pempengco, or simply Charice (a portmanteau of her first two names), is a Filipina international singer who rose to popularity through YouTube.

After a video of her singing the Dreamgirls anthem "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" became a hit on a Korean video sharing website, Charice was invited to the South Korean talent show Star King. On the October 13, 2007 show, her absolutely stellar performance just BLEW EVERYONE AWAY. She was only 15 years old at the time...

After seeing her Star King performance on YouTube, Ellen Degeneres was so impressed that she extended an on-air invitation for Pempengco to be a guest on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Pempengco flew to the United States for the first time and performed two songs on the December 19, 2007.

After her appearance on Ellen, Charice made a second appearance on South Korea's Star King as the "Most Requested Foreign Act" on the December 28, 2007.
I have to split this up to 3 parts, since there are a lot of clips I want to share with you. Stay tuned for Part 2, when she goes on Oprah!

Saturday, January 23, 2010

So Bored

Bored, bored, bored, I am so boreddddd *in Bad Romance melody*

I'm not sure why I feel so bloody bored in Penang lately. Maybe I miss the hustle and bustle of the city. Maybe I've been in Penang for far too long. Maybe it's the same old stuff whenever I go out. Maybe I'm just bored of Penang. Maybe I need to meet new people. Maybe it's all of the above, I dunno. Maybe I need a new hobby, or someone something totally new to do. Oh wait, time to bust out my new oven XD

On the other hand, I'll be heading to KL again this coming weekend (29th Jan to 1st Feb). Planning to have a blogger's meet in KL (you know who you are) and hopefully it happens.

Someone, please cure me from acute boringitis T.T

PS: 'You-know-who-you-are's, pls invite more people ya ^^

PPS: I will most likely be in MP this coming Sat.

Thursday, January 21, 2010


Call me backwards, but I've never really tried any sex toys before. Hence, I just discovered Tenga recently. LOVE their ads...

And the new Tenga Egg!

Why didn't I get into THIS field of engineering? Think of all the free trials I could get. Why? WHY? WHYYY?!?!?!?~

PS: On a rather weird note, Lady GaGa's Bad Romance MTV popped up when I searched Tenga in Youtube -_-"

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

A Moment Of Silence

The start of 2010 has been marked with two great tragedies. First of all, my heart goes out to the people of Haiti in the wake of possibly one of the most horrific tragedies ever seen. An 7.0 magnitude earthquake that killed an estimated 100,000 people and leaving hundreds of thousands more homeless, with nothing left and nowhere to go. Haiti is already one of the poorest countries in the Western hemisphere, and ironically, this gruesome tragedy took away what little they have left. My heart and prayers go out to them...

Another tragedy occurred closer to home. A dragon boat practice turned tragic after the boat capsized at the Macallum Street Ghaut in Penang, which claimed the lives of 5 teenage students and one teacher.

(More here and here).

My deep heartfelt condolences goes out to the parents, friends and relatives of the deceased. It is truly gut-wrenching when a life is taken so suddenly at such a young age. I can't begin imagine how overwhelmingly distraught their loved ones must be right now.

Let's offer a moment of silence and prayer for the poor unfortunate souls and their loved ones.

Right now, I feel really lucky to be alive and still surrounded by people I love.

Love Is Gone

I know this is not a new one, but I still love it. For all you non-clubbers out there, this oughta get you rockin' =)

*shakes his money-maker*

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Lady GaGa on OPRAH!

More in-depth interview on Oprah on Lady GaGa's life before she became the famous artist, her inspirations, dreams, what goes on behind the scenes, etc. Enjoy =)

Lady GaGa is my ULTIMATE IDOL right now. I go absolutely NUTS whenever her song comes on. I love her personality, the person she really is. Up till now, her fame and what she's achieved is amazing. She's the FIRST ARTIST IN HISTORY to have 4 number 1 hits in a DEBUT album, met the Queen of England, traveled and performed in many parts of the world and achieved world-wide fame for her totally unique ways of entertaining. She's such a down-to-earth and humble person, just as before she started. She incredibly talented, and shows that she works really hard. She believes in great values like being true to yourself and always being who you are, and being good to your parents. She's all about celebrating who you are, even things you don't like about yourself. While her eccentric sense of fashion and performances may not reflect it, I believe that she's a great role model underneath.

Her songs are always the BOMB! Sexy, wonderfully different, provocative, meaningful and profoundly entertaining. Undoubtedly, she's in a league of her own. There will NEVER be another Lady GaGa, EVER. Just like there will never be another Michael Jackson or Madonna. Truly the hottest thing in music right now, she's an addictive world-wide phenomenon.

And it's really commendable what she'll be doing for the earthquake victims in Haiti. You GO GaGa! Now, I love her even more =)

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

The Reasons Why (Part 2)

Woke up in the middle of the night and the first thing that came into my mind was my poop pooh bear. Take another fifteen minutes or so to think about him and decided that I can't sleep...again...and thought that it's about time I wrote something. Besides, he's super busy nowadays and life has taken a toll of him :( so, I guess it's up to me to keep his blog alive. Sigh, all I can do is watch and watch and watch on what is going in his life... Seriously, sometimes I feel so useless because I can't help and it's equally torturing to watch your other half suffering what he is going through now. Well, I guess that's what they meant by midlife crisis. I feel that it is a waste of time to actually feel sorry for myself for my inability to help or sorry for him cause well, it's JUST POINTLESS and it will leads to nowhere. So nowadays, I'm trying new methods to help him relax which includes trying to learn how to massage and also massage the stick below which I think, is a good way to relief stress.

Anyway, in times like these, I think I should be playing a strong character and I am really glad I did.

Was listening to a CD talk in the car earlier and that guy said something like "Teamwork, there are times when one is on the verge of giving up or they feel terrible that they really wanna quit but that's when the other one will be strong and give encouragements and support on not to give up. When I asks my uncle and dad can they do this alone and they just look at each other for a moment and said 'No we can't.'".

That made me realized that this is really what I should be doing and even though I might not be able to help physically but at least I can help mentally. I know I am totally off topic but just wanna make a point in this hehehe...

Okay okay, I got emo-ed again now so uhhh....opps??

Actually, I'm not really off topic. I was stressing that out because today, it made me realized that we've gone quite far and Mark really changed me A LOT along with SOMEONE else... I feel like an old guy repeating this again and again but I really really really appreciate what I've gone through with him. It's very memorable and full of experience and I do not feel wasting my youth going through all these.

You know, actually when I was writing Part 1, I've allocated Part 2 to compare him with my ex-es but now, I realized that I have to change it. Why? Because I see no point in comparing him with my ex-es anymore cause they're not worth NOT even close to how valuable he is.

So, this is all about us :D (~~~it's all about us, all about us~~~) Swweeeett... Don't you think that humans are amazing because you can still make new discoveries on another person after being with that person for like...a year or so? (try to imagine ten and twenty years down the road) One of the most cutest *emphasizing* things I ever discovered is the way he urm...what's the word for it?... crunch his face? Urm...okay just like this ------> >.< <---- Yeah, when he made his face like that, it's just so daaaammnn fugging cute! He does his manja face whenever I sulked or playing I-am-angry-with-you and I just couldn't help but laugh and say "Stop doing that face! Pai kuah kah beh si!". In my heart, I just looove it despite what I always say when he does that. OMG SO CUTE!!! Passionate and understanding is what I can say next.

Apparently, I still cant shake off being insecure because of jealousy on a certain someone but we have learned to communicate with each other when in doubt or if there's any misunderstanding between both of us. It proved to be effective (communication) and I guess one of the key points in maintaining a relationship is to clear your doubts and always able to talk to each other. Anyway, all I can say is that he knows what I want (most of the time) and nowadays, when I have doubts about something, I'll just tell him that we need another talk or so which...thankfully doesn't happen often but just...seldom. Opps... It's actually a good thing when I look at him and I know he's thinking about something and likewise. The expression is like an emergency alarm which we both understands and when it is triggered, we know that something is troubling our other half. When that happens to me, he'll have that OMG-here-comes-another-wave-of-emoness look on his face while looking at me and when that happens to him, my only thought is "Aiya, deep shit" and bug him about what he's thinking since he sorta likes to keep those thoughts to himself for some time just like the other day when he got his "period".

A little bit about me so far is that I am still all sticky-icky on him and I sorta can't believe that I am still that sticky after a year. (Hahahaha *proud*) Well, I just couldn't help it and sometimes, I just wonder should I actually limit myself to how much I should love him or let it be because well, I think I loooooove him too much until the point where I become so sticky and super concern about his well-being. It just makes me equally emo when he got emo-ed and I can't help it. Whenever he's gloomy, then I know I'll be gloomy the whole day too and I'll be totally moodless. I find this reaction quite stupid actually as I don't see a point on why should I be emo. Okay, enough of my crap and I think I'm gonna WoW abit or read my novel before I hit my pillow wahahaha!

P/S: Finished writing this about 0430 but then, I can't post it without the owner of the blog's permission. And I'm telling this because I wanna make those who's working JEEAAAAAHHH-LOSSSS *evil*

Monday, January 11, 2010

Bad Romance Parody

OMFG, this made me laugh so hard I almost
shit myselfhad cramps! I just HAD to re-post it XD

I just shit mah paaants...ROFLMAO!

Check out more parodies by Sherry Vine in Youtube.

Dispelling Myths of Homosexuality

I got this from someone and thought it was worth sharing. I'm AGAINST discrimination of ANY KIND.

MYTH #1: Lesbians and gay men are always easy to identify.

People often use lesbian and gay stereotypes to identify a person's sexual orientation, such as gay men are effeminate and lesbians are butch. A study conducted to see if people could accurately identify a person's sexual orientation after watching a series of video taped interviews. Close to 80% of the subjects were unable to identify the person's sexual orientation (Berger et al, 1987). Some studies have found that lesbians do rate higher on masculinity scores, which comes largely from their high self-rating as independent. The measures of masculinity and femininity tend to be gender-biased and are not very useful in the study of gay men and lesbians.

The homosexual community is very diverse and its members can not be neatly categorized into stereotypes based on myths and appearance. Only when we dispel these stereotypes, that continue to fuel people's homophobic attitudes, will people realize that there are more similarities than differences between the gay and straight population.

MYTH #2: All lesbians are either butch or femme.

Some gay women are, but many believe they do not have to adopt such restrictive roles in order to express their love of women. This does not mean we should pass judgment on those women who are in butch-femme relationships and who are happy with their roles.

The butch-femme myth stems from the visibility of the butch lesbian. The butch lesbian also reinforces the myth that lesbians can not get a man and the butch- femme relationship is acting out the man-woman relationship which is what all women really want.

Lesbianism is NOT a dislike of men. Lesbianism is an inclination, a positive emotional, physical attraction to other women. Lesbianism (& homosexuality) is not just a sexual activity -- it is something that spans beyond a person's physical behaviour.

MYTH #3: Women become lesbians because they had bad or negative sexual experiences with men.

A 1990 study of lesbian and female students found that there was no significant difference in their traumatic heterosexual experiences. Both lesbians and heterosexual women reported the same number of traumatic experiences (incest, molestation, rape, physical abuse). Most women said they began to question their sexual orientation because they felt strong emotional and/or sexual bonds with women and NOT because they felt an aversion towards men.

MYTH #4: Openly gay teachers, professors, professionals and other role models are dangerous because they will try to recruit people to homosexuality.

Opponents of openly gay teachers and other role models argue that students may wish to be like their teachers and/or professors given their position of authority and prestige. An openly gay teacher or professor can, however, provide a positive role model for those students in the minority, who are gay or know they are going to be gay and who desperately need support and understanding.

Openly gay men or lesbians in positions of authority, such as in education, politics, religious institutions, the medical profession, etc. help to dispel the myth of homosexuals as socially maladjusted and unstable.

It is highly unlikely that one role model could override all the messages that reinforce heterosexuality in society.

MYTH #5: Homosexuals want to lower the age of consent laws for sexual activity so that they can have access to young children and try to convert them.

In Canada, the age of consent for sexual activity for homosexuals is 21. For heterosexuals, it ranges from 14 to 18, depending on the province, sex and marital status of the individual.

Age of consent laws do not deal specifically with adult-child relations. These laws also prevent young people from having sex with each other. There is no justification for the existence of separate age of consent laws according to one's sexual orientation. It is merely another example of homophobia and misconceptions about homosexuality.

MYTH #6: Gay men tend to be pedophiles and molest children.

The perpetrators of child sexual abuse are overwhelmingly men; very few women are offenders. The abuser is usually a member of the child's family or someone known by the family. Pedophiles, men who have a sexual preference for children, constitute less than 1% of the adult male population. Pedophiles are quite distinct from adult gay men who prefer adult sexual partners. Studies have shown no correlation between a man's sexual orientation and a tendency to sexually abuse children

Homosexual pedophiles are considered a perversion of the normal homosexual man in the same way that heterosexual pedophiles are also a perversion. Heterosexual men are twice as likely to sexually abuse children as homosexual men are. There is solid evidence that over 92% of child abuse cases, including same gender sexual abuse, are perpetrated by heterosexuals.

The number of reported child abuse cases have increased over the past five years. It is crucial that we address the issue of child sexual abuse objectively and recognize that this abuse is occurring behind to many closed doors in so-called traditional family homes.

MYTH #7: Gay men and lesbians have limited social support networks.

In a homophobic society, it is certainly important for lesbians and gay men to build their own community to overcome social stigma and alienation. Research has shown that both heterosexuals and homosexuals shared similar beliefs in the value of social support. Both report receiving similar amount of support but their sources differed.

Gay men and lesbians tended to depend more on friends and their partners and less on relatives and family than heterosexuals did. Despite the obstacles to the creation of meaningful support networks, many lesbians and gay men are able to develop circles of significant and supportive people.

No one should be made to feel guilty about loving someone, regardless of sexual orientation. Society should address negative stereotypes and intolerance expressed towards homosexuality, rather than condemn people for expressing their love for another human being.

MYTH #8: Gay, lesbians, and bisexual people cannot and do not want long-term relationships.

The stereotype is of the lonely gay man or woman drifting from one sexual liaison to another, never satisfied and never committed.

Studies have shown that between 40-60% of gay men are in steady relationships. These figures are probably higher because men in long term relationships tend to be older and less likely to go to bars, where these statistics were recorded.

Between 45-80% of lesbians are in steady relationships. In most studies, the proportion of lesbians in an on-going relationship was close to 75%.

It is hard to judge how long these partnerships last given the lack of marriage records. The few studies on older lesbians and gay men have shown that relationships lasting longer than 20 years are common.

Another study compared the rate of break-up between lesbian, gay, and co-habitating and married heterosexual couples over an 18 month period. For all couples who had been together for more than 10 years the rate of break-up was:

•6% for lesbians,
•4% for gay men,
•4% for married couples.

For couples together for less than 2 years, only 1 in 5 relationships ended over the 18-month period. Overall the difference in break-up rates between homosexual and heterosexual couples is almost insignificant.

In general, a pattern of continuity and stability was seen in all the relationships.

MYTH #9: One person always plays the role of husband and the other the wife in homosexual relationships.

Invariably many people ask which partner is the man and which is the woman.

Research has shown that most lesbian and gay men actively reject traditional husband-wife or masculine-feminine roles as a model for homosexual relationships. Clear-cut or obvious husband-wife roles are uncommon.

Differences between the partners may be based on age, with the older partner acting as a mentor or role model.

MYTH #10: Gay men can not be monogamous.

A study of gay male couples indicated that only 20% of relationships were sexually open. Many of the other couples followed a wide variety of patterns -- as diverse as a similar survey of heterosexual couples indicated (Blasband & Peplau, 1985).

MYTH #11: Gay relationships are abnormal and dysfunctional.

A study of heterosexual university students found that the belief that gay relationships are inferior to those of heterosexuals is widely held. The students assumed that somehow the depth of feeling and commitment was not the same (Testa, Kinder, Ironson, 1987).

Studies have shown that, when homosexual and heterosexual couples are compared, they do not differ regarding levels of love and satisfaction.

There are no differences comparing the quality of the relationship and strength of the commitment between homosexual and heterosexual couples (Duff & Rusbult, 1986).

In summary, homosexual partnerships appear no more vulnerable (or more immune) to problems and dissatisfaction than their heterosexual counterparts.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Hello 2010, Goodbye 2009

2009 wasn't such a good year for me. Nothing much happened and a lot of crap fell on my lap (not literally). Life felt rather empty and meaningless at times. Sitting alone in my room sometimes, I would ponder on how my life could be better and more meaningful. I was a little too comfortable and allowed myself to stagnate. I had become lazier, de-motivated. and wasn't managing my life that well.

But, these are just excuses. I've always been a go-getter and firm believer that if you want something to happen, you'd have to do something and go after it, not cry in a corner hoping things might change. It's unacceptable to allow myself to slip like that. Although sometimes circumstances might not permit change, however hard we try, at least I did something about it. If something doesn't happen or change the way you want it to, then DO something about it. I lost my focus and got distracted from the more important things that I should be doing with my life, and it has got to stop. I need to get my focus back and concentrate on making the changes that would make life better and more meaningful.

Having said that, I did manage to do 3/5 of what I planned in last year's resolution, particularly #1, #2 and #3. I'm happier with the way I looked. I'm more confident. I was more positive and cheerfully outgoing. I'm taking care of my appearance even more, slowly acknowledging that I can look good if I tried. I'm getting compliments left and right and have learned to accept compliments graciously, instead of shying away from them. Overall, I just feel better about myself.

I need a better job (actively looking now) that PAYS WELL. This is a rut that I'm really hoping to get out of. To some people, it might not be such a big deal, because either they come from a well-to-do family or your family has never struggled financially before. If it was only about me, I wouldn't be so worried since I have enough for myself to survive, but I have my family to think about. Since dad is practically good-for-nothing (don't get me started), mum is retiring in a few year's time and sis has just started college, I'm the only one they can depend on in future. I'm already shouldering that future responsiblity, and so it worries me. I stopped my search at the beginning and middle of 2009 due to the economic slowdown, but things are picking up again. Plenty of hiring going around now, and it's time to start looking again. I don't think my current job can take me anywhere. I feel over-worked and under-paid and it's not only me saying that.

I'm also getting my passport done this month. I've been stuck in Penang for too long. Love the place, but I need more perspective and wanderlust calls. I want to start traveling and move to a new place. If possible, I'm really hoping to land a new job in SG or KL.

We're all self-obsessed at one point or another. We're human after all, and tend to put our needs before others. But sometimes we need to take a step back and look around us. There are always people who need help. It might be as something simple as making someone feel good with an honest compliment to donating or helping out for charity. Anything at all, I just wanna help out and learn to live for others, instead of thinking mostly about my well-being. There are a lot of people worse off than me.

My resolutions for year 2010 are simple:

1. Continue to improve myself, be happier, be more positive and more confident.

2. Find a better job and make more money.

3. Travel more or move to a new place.

4. Be more helpful and learn to live for others, as long as I'm able to do it.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

New Year in KL! - Part 2

On new year's day, we woke up effing late. No surprised since we slept effing early in the morning after NYE clubbing and supper. Isaac and I headed to Ikea for late lunch and proceeded to stroll around at The Curve and Ikano. Seriously, them Sweden meatballs are still darn good. Pity any salmon dish from Ikea cafe is NOT. Last time I had the cured salmon, it was damn salty. This time I had the poached salmon, it was damn fishy. Luckily my tasty balls saved the day XD

That evening, we headed to Pavilion (gay capital of KL) to meet up with more friends for dinner. Same gang who joined us for NYE clubbing, except for SC.

From left: SC, Cody and Arthur. Cody is an Australian and he was introduced to me by Shawn when visiting Penang. It was a pleasant surprise to bump into him along with Arthur and David in Warehouse. I told him I was coming down to KL for NYE previously, didn't expect him to show up at the same place too XD

JL joined us for dinner too =)

David is SO SO adorable, I just wanna pinch him all over XD

The glittering Santa's sled and reindeers looks so pretty, with SC and JL as the background =P

Later on, JL and SC accompanied me to Time Square, since I promised to meet the girls there. I promised I would join them for NYE celebrations but couldn't make it, so I DEFINITELY HAD to see them on new year's day. Missed them loads. JL and SC had to leave early though. Initial plan for the girls and myself and JL was to watch a midnite movie there, but tickets were selling fast or sold out.

We ended up fooling around and laughing our behinds off for almost 4 hours at Starbucks in Times Square. It was also the FIRST TIME I had Krispy Kreme donuts. I rarely eat donuts coz I'm not fond of greasy, fried processed, refined carbs with excessive sugar and fat. Anyways, I found them to be too sweet and rich for my liking, even more than JCO or Big Apple's.

I haven't seen Uzma in years, and she's become even more gorgeous. She's just joined a modeling agency back in Malacca.

Missed Ash sooo much!

Joey and Vivi (now my mama-san), don't ask =P

Middle one is Uzma's younger sis.

What happened next was funny. A rapid succession of pictures from different cameras, didn't really have time to strike a pose. LOL!

Model shoot 1.

Model shoot 2.

Model shoot 3.

Model shoot 4...except Uzma had a hair malfunction XD

Love this picture of me the most, coz it's the only one I looked good in =/

Missing KL and my friends already =)

Sunday, January 3, 2010

New Year in KL! - Part 1

Yay, happy frickin' new year to everyone and I just got back from KL. It was kinda tiring but really fun. Managed to do what I wanted to and see my awesome friends again, and then some new ones ^^

The new year also marked some firsts for me, which I will go thru in this post. On new year's eve, first thing I did for the day was meet up with Douggie @ Delicious in Midvalley, thanks to my dear friend aka driver, Adrian XD

What Douggie had, pretty good.

Didn't take what I had coz I wolfed it down and forgot =/

Douggie, Adrian and me @ Starbucks after lunch.

We were definitely going clubbing on New Year's eve, and the plan was to attend the Princeworld event for New Year's eve celebrations @ Warehouse club, which is just nearby to Oblique. Heck, I even bought a couple of nice, loose but slim-fitting shirts from Topman while we were at Midvalley just for clubbing. The fabric was really soft, comfortable and enhanced my...assets, RAWRRR XD

One thing I made clear was that I really wanted to avoid was massive new year's eve traffic jams, coz roads around certain areas in KL, especially Bukit Bintang would be closed starting 7 pm. I had a bad experience of celebrating New Year countdown in the car in Bukit Bintang years ago, and we were just less than 100 meters from our venue T.T

So we REALLY had to plan properly for it.

Luckily, Isaac helped us hatch a good plan to avoid all that shit. We would park the car somewhere near KLCC and then take the LRT back to somewhere nearby where Isaac could fetch us back home after he's done with work to freshen up and pimp ourselves ^^. Then, Isaac would take us to the LRT station again and we'd proceed back to KLCC for dinner and walk to the club, which is really nearby. So we left Midvalley at 4pm to do just that=)

Isaac himself had to fetch other friends, so he drove to Bukit Bintang that night. For the FIRST TIME, there was NO massive jam at Bukit Bintang, even past 10 pm, on new year's eve! Holy ginormous elephant testicles, I thought it might rain groundhogs! Anyhow, Adrian, Joseph (who came to KLCC by LRT to join us) and I had a quick dinner at Burger King.

For the FIRST TIME ever, I entered a fast food restaurant in Malaysia feeling like a tourist. Seriously, the whole place was PACKED by foreigners. The three of us were the ONLY Malaysians there, except for the Indian staffs frantically manning the counters to quell the LOOONG queue of tourists. No Burger King back there izzit?

After dinner, we converged with Isaac and more friends and a whole entourage of us (about 11 people) headed to Warehouse. We got in quite early to book a nice place to hang, before the crowd comes in. Decor of the place was really good, but sad to say, music kinda sucked. It was mostly trance and house. R&B and pop were almost non-existent. Where's my Lady GaGa and Pussycat Dolls? T.T

Long story short, before we know it, we were on the dance floor. After countdown was over, things started to get wilder. I proposed we move a bit closer to the stage to dance in the middle, since the spot we were at felt like the LDP, people moving in and out all the time coz the dance floor was near the entrance. It was starting to get hot, from the sea of people gyrating and dancing their asses off. Then, it started to REALLY hot. JL and friends started to pull my shirt off and shoved me up the stage...

Yes, for the FIRST TIME, I danced topless on stage, right at the front row. In my defense, it was my friends' idea, so I'm innocent. *puppy eyes*

Also, they were tugging at the brand new white shirt that I just bought on the same day for clubbing, which I adored, so I 'had' to take it off. *ginormous puppy eyes*

Being half naked in full view of everyone while being soaking wet in sweat, with my jeans riding low and shakin' my moneymaker ain't so bad after all...

OKLAH, it felt pretty effing darn good XD

Oh...and I met this cute fella named David. Stay tuned for part 2!

PS: Mien, see? No need 2 drinks and my shirt came off XD

PPS: Sorry no pics during clubbing. Didn't bring my camera in coz I was afraid it might get stolen.

PPPS: More pics in part 2 lor...