Friday, April 29, 2011

IN 12 EXACT HOURS



I will be on the plane to China WHEEE!! :D

The beauty of my trip this time is that I haven't packed my stuff for my 9-day holiday. Then again, there's nothing much to pack! :D I'll be heading over with an almost empty, HUGE luggage bag cause apparently clothes there are good and cheap!

Pictures soon!

Till then! xoxo.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Johnnie Walker Black Circuit Lounge April 2011



The only difference (as compared to last year's in August) was the fact that the party was HOT


Well, of course the heat was credited to the well dressed babes in perfect hairdo and makeup (and also the dudes) but I also meant hot as in .. HOT. Like, literally hot hot.


The air-condition failed on us, either that or it wasn't powerful enough I was practically melting in the marquee. And for that, boo to whoever in-charge.


But the night went on with minimal complaints as the deejays obviously did a fantastic job in rocking the crowd all night long. One deejay not to be missed was DJ Sophia Lin who owned it all - Looks, body (damn hot) and also talent.


Many, especially guys with raging hormones, couldn't get enough of her. MikeYip was one of the lucky dudes to get such an awesome pic with her. Jealous!

Picture credits to mikeyip.com

Not to forget, the two good-looking and lovely hosts for the night - Dominic Lau and Hannah Tan, too, contributed to the success.


Was there with my favourite photographer, AndyKho and the rest of the blogger babes. Timmo was on his hunting mission he was frequently seen .. hunting :D


Besides me complaining about how HOT I was throughout the night, I guess I had a fun night. Credits to those involved in making this a success, and also to the peopleI was with. Without them I would probably walk back to my comfortable air-conditioned hotel room.


Come to think of it, maybe this is one of JohnnieWalker's trick - To get us to drink more (to cool off) and party harder to make it an unforgettable night :)

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Thought #1



Almost everything, if not all, changes over time. Our likes and dislikes. Our taste in fashion. Our view in life .. and politics. 

One thing's for sure. People change. 

Friday, April 8, 2011

Ramble Ramble


So I was talking to a friend till wee hours on a weeknight (woke up late the next day but managed to clock in 10 minutes before 9 am phew thank God for flexi-hour)

Then I realized how survival has changed most of us. Back in uni, we were innocent kids. It’s all about fun and gatherings and makan-makan and our biggest worry was exams but after just a year plus of corporate life, life’s way more than that.

There’re taxes, installments, family, friendship, loved ones, responsibilities, accountabilities, judgment, criticism, and so on and so forth.

Which reminds me of another conversation with a different friend.

Contrary to popular beliefs, I’m deep down a simple girl with humble ambition and expectations in life.

Contrary to popular beliefs, I do not club that much. The number of time I club at Zouk was like less than 15, maybe even 10, and probably twice at Rootz. The rest of them I was at events organized at clubs. That’s not clubbing you fool.

Btw, posing for photos with guy(s) is extremely normal.

And contrary to popular beliefs, I’m not the mean girl people usually judge me to be. Which brings me to this JAZ PM (in her 40s, single, very available and desperately looking for love) who openly criticized me on FB when she knew nuts about me hmph.

I’m still not over that issue, so sue me.

So I was saying, all these nonsense we have to deal with took a toll on us. Not all, but many. Despite me claiming I’m simple and all, I do realize my expectations in life have heighten as time passes. Back then my mindset was way simpler and more noble.

Still, not as noble as my friend (the first dude). I respected him back then. Still do.

Emo post :)

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

SHOULD I OR SHOULD I NOT ..


Nomming on 37 C shaved ice at Desa Parkcity Waterfront

Chop off me hair? It has grown probably two inches (or more) longer than the picture shown above it's getting annoying -_-

Short post. Was cleaning new room and unpacking luggages of stuff I'm halfway done after 2 hours of meddling around. Tong sui later yum yum!

Till then! x

Sunday, April 3, 2011

New Breakfast Menu by TDH!



I've been a glutton lately. It was Nelson's 22nd BBQ birthday party yesterday at his crib and no thanks to his aspiring chef - friend, I finished TWO lamb steaks, ONE beef steak, TWO sau pau, ONE bbq chicken drumstick, ONE KFC drumstick, ONE teriyaki chicken drumstick, TWO satays, a couple of sotong balls and loads of cucumbers omg.

The original Seremban sau pau available at SS2.

My appetite's growing rapidly the last couple of months and I've been gaining weight like mad. Not my proudest moment :(

And I just had chicken rice + prawn wantan (Chong Thoong Kee Restaurant, TTDI), two sau pau (Restaurant Hock Seng Two, SS2), black glutinous tong sui (KTZ, SS2) and a slice of durian cake (Secret Recipe). Sigh.

In the midst of my all-time, never-ending food hunt, I found a place with awesome Western breakfast/brunch - Tom, Dick & Harry's, TTDI. 


I learnt they just launched their breakfast menu like a couple of months back. Talk about great timing! 

My ultimate favourite of the lot was the traditional Big Breakfast [RM 20].


Two sunny side up, grilled pork sausages, bacon, baked beans, saute' mushrooms, grilled tomatoes hash browns with bread toast and butter. How awesome is that? Big portion for my pig big appetite. You can opt to share it too :)

Another heavy breakfast meal would be the Steak and Eggs Breakie [RM 25] - Tender grain fed ribeye steak with sunny side up, hash brown, saute' mushrooms, grilled tomatoes and beefy brown gravy.


The Egg's Benedick's [RM 19]. Two poached eggs on toast with saute' mushrooms, grilled tomatoes and asparagus. I love every single bit on this plate, especially the saute' mushrooms.


Question. What's with the suggestive name to this dish huh? I'll leave it to your wild imagination :D

For pancake lovers, the Savoury Pan Cakes [RM 16] would be THE favourite. It has layers and layers of pan cakes decked between sunny side up, bacon, ham and mozzarella cheese. 


One interesting dish to highlight would also be the Banana Pan Cakes [RM 15] and the Junior Pan Cakes [RM 8] - for the little ones.


One thing these both have in common is the caramelized bananas which was really, really tasty.

The Corned Beef Frittatas [RM 16] is like a westernized murtabak lol. Instead of minced chicken/beef and onions whatnot in the traditional murtabak, this is just eggs and corned beef.


The Spanish Wrap [RM 19] is specially "designed" for vegetarians - Spinach with cheddar cheese wrapped in burrito, served with saute' mushrooms, grilled tomatoes and hash brown. 


The taste is .. very healthy. Acceptable for non-vegetarians like myself :)

Kid's Creamy Mac n' Cheese [RM 12]

Kid's Cereal [RM 9] 

In addition to all the menu above (they also have several kid's menu, pictures above), Tom, Dick & Harry's introduced a very special side dish - Harry's Chicken Crackers [RM 12] and Dick's Porky Fries [RM 15]




Harry's Chicken Crackers - Deep fried fatty chicken skin; Dick's Porky Fries - Deep fried luncheon meet.


Both are equally as SINFUL and equally as ADDICTIVE omg. Awesome invention by Tom, Dick & Harry's. I particularly loved the Porky Fries although it contributed a lot to my weight gain. We only live once so screw the worries! :)


And both are best to go with any of these ..


Tetley's, Connors, Franziskaner and Hoegaarden.

Tom, Dick & Harry's are well-known for their wide selection of draft beer aka beer on tap.


The food hunters!


 Us, with the tauke(s) of Tom, Dick & Harry's! Spot clownish Vijen behind, the operations guy in charge of Bakita. Food review at Bakita coming right up!

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