Wednesday, November 27, 2013
The Mousetrap & Celebtrity Kong Sai Karl
Been working my ass off ever since the system went live. Coming in at the wee hours and leaving late at night. As the Chinese like to say-- "No day, no night". Or worse still, "Got time to die, no time to fall sick". KH had bought tickets for Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap" (or some reason, KH always tersasul say "The Mouse Hunt") and it wasn't cheap. Naturally he was worried that I couldn't make it and he hadn't seen me for more than a week. Gotta admit that I was a bit disappointed that he seemed to be more worried about the play rather than my current work conditions. But that couldn't be farther from the truth. Just that KH often says the wrong things at the wrong times. I know that he always thinks of me. But anyway, with the system stabilising by the end of the week, I sat down with my boss and arranged a work shift so that I could take Saturday afternoon off. Naturally, KH was thrilled. Picked him up at about 1:00 pm (later than expected due to work shit) and we went to lunch at Restoran Soon Lye at Kuchai Lama. Was quite hesitant to go elsewhere as the Saturday traffic was less than pretty. Shared a plate of fried glass noodles with pumpkin and soup dumplings. Began to pour heavily after we finished. Was worried that it might make KH's flu worse. For some reason, he had been sneezing away the whole morning. Since we had only one umbrella, I went to get the car while he waited at the shop lots. Still got a bit wet though.
We Waze-d our way to Auditorium DBKL, hoping that it will help us avoid the jams. Unfortunately, we still had to go through some rough patches before arriving at our destination. Didn't really know where to park as the signage was quite retarded. Can you believe that "Parking The Mousetrap di Basement" actually pointed up a ramp?! Gah. Ended up at the open air car park at the other end of the building. The crowd was mostly middle-aged men and their families or senior citizens with walking sticks. Outside the auditorium, some sponsors set up booths, namely Samsung and Borders and there was even a hotdog stand! Samsung's latest premium offering of Ultra HD is truly amazing. The auditorium was distinctly government in nature. It had the customary VVIP lounge area (for fat cat politicians) with flowery settee and the interior was draped with flags. Bloody cramped seating. Zero walking space. The people beside you would have to get out if you needed to pangsai halfway through the show. Imagine the commotion. The play started a little after three and the whole thing just revolved around one set, the sitting hall of Monkswell Manor Guest House. Great acting from the cast but I still managed to doze off three time during the play (too tired from work and the accumulated sleep deficit). When I woke up for the third time, I found that I had guessed correctly in this who-done-it. Haha. The women who sat in front of us was busy taking pictures with her smartphone and tablet. I dunno why I keep running into these people. The staff frantically gestured at her, but she was oblivious.
Right after the show, we drove to SK's bordello for some lovin'. Although KH was sleepy from the Piriton that I fed him after lunch, his sex was definitely raring to go. Very quickly he got me moaning and horny. For the first time ever I exploded while he was inside me. He was behind me pushing all my buttons and I collapsed with a loud grunt. After cleaning up, we went for dinner with SK at Restoran Kong Sai. It wasn't my first choice, but upon seeing that Lebuhraya Bukit Jalil was paralyzed due to an over-turned crane we just turned in. No visit to the restaurant is complete without ordering their signature free-range chicken. Yummy as usual, and the young waiter (Celebrity Kong Sai Karl) was yummy too. Sent KH home after that. He gave me a peck on the cheek and alighted in the light drizzle. Can't wait to see him again...