Showing posts from March, 2015

Silver Anniversary

All KL staff who were in Singapore flew home on Thursday to attend my company's annual dinner on Friday evening. This year, it was held at Setia Alam Convention Centre, a long drive away. Other than the usual makan-makan, it was to celebrate my company's 25th anniversary and the theme was "A Night in Old Shangai". Normally less than half of the attendees would dress to the theme and I am part of the less cooperative group. At least it was much easier than last year's costume party. The special thing about this year's dinner was the fact that KH and SK 'attended'. KH took time off and SK was on leave taking care of her granny after a fall had shook her nerves. At about 5:00 PM, she picked us up from the LRT station and we got there around 6:00 PM. Registration was much improved this year with the use of QR codes and our door gift was a selfie stick. The foyer was done up with all things old oriental and they even had a gu zheng performer. Strangely, I…

Shake It Off, Shake It Off

Taylor Swift's song "Shake It Off" didn't quite hit get my attention until I watched the music video on YouTube one day. In one of the earlier scenes, she is seen with a troupe of modern dancers and one guy's beautiful ass caught my attention. So round, so perfect, so muscular. To prove my point, I follow up with some screen captures below. That actually made me go on a YouTube ass-hunting spree that got me acquainted with the Prince of Ballet, Roberto Bolle. Another amazing specimen of male beauty with dazzling derriere. 

Food Porn Singapore & Singapore Celebrities

Gosh, I wrote this Singapore post based on sketchy memory and some random pics I took with my phone. Tater invited me to dinner at Platypus Kitchen, Bugis Junction as he had a hankering for pasta that evening. I had the squid ink pasta that night and for dessert, a slice of cake topped with pop rocks! As much fun as eating dick! And our waiter (Platypus Pete) was such a cutie with a turn cap! Those adorable single eyelids! And those arms! Argh. Definitely a better dessert than the cake.

On my way back to the hotel, I was hot on the heels of a twink (Running Ron) who had just finished his evening run from the looks of things. Tried to get a good shot of him, but he was too fast and it was too dark. Here's a Blair Witch Project Spycam edition!

Other food escapades were found at Amoy Food Centre, e.g. fluffy curry puff, proper non-Singapore style wantan noodles and Teochew kueh! Too bad Teochew kueh's glutinous rice filling was way too peppery. And of course boys in tight offic…

KH Meets Dad

Arranged my work trips so that I would be home on the first week of November. The main reason for that was my family's annual for All Souls' Day trip to Teluk Intan. All Saints' Day falls on the 1st of November while All Souls' Day is a day after that. Both important dates were on the weekend so it was easier to plan. On Saturday, we attended the obligatory mass in KL. In the afternoon, KH, SK and I met up at Owls Cafe in Bukit Jalil. Immediately fell in love with their waffles although I'm not a waffle person. Light and fluffy and the crown jewel of Earl Grey ice cream really made it a winner. Unfortunately, I wasn't fond of their coffee. KH tried their rose coffee, but it just reminded me of kopi sirap ros. Also tried a slice of black sesame cheese cake. Interesting fusion. But if not for the waffles, do go there for the unique owl-themed decorations and abundance of natural lighting makes it a great place for photography.

All Souls' Day 2014 was specia…

Belated Birthday Singapore

What's nicer that a belated birthday dinner? A belated home-cooked dinner of course. Tater caught me on Monday evening, on the day I had arrived from KL. He was on leave and had the time to whip up his mum's chicken and rice casserole. Amazing that he has recipes that he kept since his university days. I've not cooked a proper meal in years. Tater sure can cook. It was delicious with a creamy wine sauce (not that kind of cream!). Chatted over dinner about his future career plans and his upcoming Antarctic Marathon (yes, his goal is to run a marathon in every continent and I can't even finish a half I suspect LOL). For dessert, he bought a carrot cake from Barcook Bakery (check out the cake and his ARMS). A rare way to celebrate ones birthday. Very sweet of him.

Later in the week, Kidz rang me up for dinner. Surprised that he was able to make it for that time slot. Turns out he no longer works the graveyard shift. He treated me to a hamburger steak at Ma Maison, Bugi…

KLIA2 Celebrities: Four-eyed Fred

Time to revive my flagging readership with some eye candy. Caught sight of Four-eyed Fred at KLIA2 while I was lining up at the AirAsia counter. Couldn't find the Premium Flex counter at its usual location, so I thought that they had done away with it. And the ground staff didn't tell me that it had moved to X, just told me to join the long queue. Thank goodness it only took me thirty minutes and I had plenty of time to spare. And of course that delay gave me the opportunity to photograph our specky specimen of Korean descent. Look at those thick lips. Sign of a high sex drive! The reason I only got his head (not dick head) was because he was queuing directly behind me. Not easy to take a shot while I'm facing the other side. Kinda happy with the results. Too bad I couldn't photograph his hunkier friend. Annyeonghaseyo!


KH had registered for the PUMA night run, but at the last minute, he decided to pull out due to 'health' reasons. But that did not stop him from collecting the race pack at Setia City Mall. He asked me to accompany him and so I was his navigator. Was a bit confused about the venue at first as the organizers used the name Setia Alam Mall. That definitely didn't come up in Waze. Couldn't even get this detail right in their official correspondence. Gosh. Anyway, half an hour and MYR7+ of toll later, we arrived at the place. Virgin trip there actually. Impressed with the mall. Looks above average with a good mixture of brands and plenty of food choices. The collection counter was actually at Setia Alam Convention Centre, just within walking distance of the mall.

Settled that in no time flat. Quite amused by their "Male Collection" and "Female Collection" signs. If I knew there was a "Male Collection", I would have registered too. Our next ta…