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Little Black Toy

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Got this cute little toy from Shopee, and I must say that its pretty fun. Waterproof, easy to slip in, and even comes with a remote control. The ergonomic curve makes for a better fit too. Funny that it took me a while to find out how to charge it. Couldn't exactly find the charging port. Didn't dare to harshly push the plug in. But I must say that vibration is a very different feeling compared to penetrative sex. Doesn't quite get me off in the same way. Too much vibration just makes the mood go away after a while. Do you have similar toys in your arsenal?

All That Glitz & Glamour

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Looking back through my old posts, the last time mum and I watched a Dama Orchestra production was in 2010. Fast forward thirteen years later, we bought matinee tickets to "All That Glitz & Glamour", the 'sequel' to "Glitz & Glamour" which was where we left off. It was mum's first time at PJPAC, and it was a bit challenging for her to navigate the narrow aisles at the Circle. Overall, it was enjoyable, but I find myself giving the same comment about how obscure some of the songs were. Can't really connect. Spotted Dr Ben Gee  in the cast as a dancer. Always wondered why he has so much time to produce content for social media. At the end, Datuk Ho Kay Tat of the Edge Communications Group was celebrated for providing the necessary financial support to Dama Orchestra to weather the pandemic. Upon getting out, we were surprised to find that there was a makan-makan going on. Free food and wine! 

Party at Platz

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A colleague of mine had a housewarming at Kenwingston Platz @ KL North and invited several people from the office. Must say that the common areas look pretty impressive. Most impressive is the rooftop of this 50-storey builing. Love the air-conditioned lounge which is a glass house which provides a 360 degree view. There's also a scary glass-bottom walk. But looking at my colleague's unit, the provided furnishings did not match the overall feel. Anyway, wonder if this place is popular among the gay lous. Switching on Grindr would be a good indication, but I don't have it installed on my phone :P.

What Does Underwear Have In Common With Frozen Yoghurt?

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Whenever I meet up with SimonLover and Andy, there's usually underwear involved. No surprises there. 

Bye, Kenji!

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Kenji's stint in Malaysia came to end after a year of perseverance. He decided to head back to Canada to pursue his new-found interest in fitness and nutrition. And also to reunite with his cute corgi! Gave him a simple send-off at Rinjin Shokudo, and said our goodbyes. Perhaps KH and I will visit him in Canada again one of these days. 

Weekend at Fraser's II

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Silence was the keyword for my second day at the Fraser's Hill retreat. During the night before, we were already told to start a silent reflection after a dinner. Well, after ranting about how little food was prepared, we tried our best to not speak, and keep things quiet. The following morning was misty, and each one of us went around looking for a place of our own to reflect and pen down our thoughts. I took the chance to explore every inch of the grounds. Actually that didn't take long. Haha. In the end, I settled down near the entrance of resort. Once in a while, my peace was broken by playful monkeys, or bicyclists zooming down the slopes. Meal times at the resort were also stressful because there wasn't enough food for everyone. The organizing committee often had to request the kitchen to prepare more food on the fly. Even the cheap vegetables like cauliflower seem to come at a premium at Fraser' Hill.  The evening's 'entertainment' was a screening of

Weekend at Fraser's I

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Out of the blue, my church organized a lay leaders' retreat at Fraser's Hill. Due to the fact that it had been many years since we had such an event, I felt compelled to attend the 3-day, 2-night event. Carpooled up with several BEC members and church's assistant parish priest. Thankfully, I wasn't behind the wheel because we basically traveled from Seri Kembangan to Sungai Besi to Bandar Puteri Puchong to Kelana Jaya. At 11:00 AM, we were still in KL having lunch! At 1:30 PM, we made a short comfort stop at the sleepy town of Kuala Kubu Baru to buy some snacks. The cramped grocery store that we stopped at really rekindled memories from my childhood. Even the smell was familiar. Even the KFC was located in a pre-war shophouse. Could smell the aroma of fried chicken from across the road. Been a long time since I experienced that.  At nearly 3:00 PM, we arrived at The Pines Resort , a very old resort built into the side of a hill. And because my unit was on the highest fl