Where will you be my darling? Where will you be when the dark is rising?
Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Aye, about time I finally caught up with blogging per se. The last few weeks of school were HELL. And a lot has happened in the last month... so, where should I start?
Hmmm... since I'm in Singapore now, I guess I'll start with the Singaporeans who came to visit me 2 weeks ago? Don't mind if I'm a little draggy... it's been a while since I blogged.
Jonathan and Dexter had taken leave and came up to KL, so yeah, I'm honoured =p. Well, the first night they came over I was busy doing my typography final, so we just ate, and caught up, while checking really old E145 pictures, which brought back a hell lot of memories. I also learned about some new things about the old(er) members from them, so it was quite an enlightening time too, heh.
The next day I had to go to school early in the morning, so I left them to go to Sunway Pyramid themselves later on. My final typography class wasn't pleasant. Let's leave it at that. Anyhoo, we had service later, where Pastor Kevin talked about the church as a famiy, and that as a family, we should always encourage, edify and even boast of our family member's achievements. Wouldn't you like to tell of good things your family has done to everyone around you? People outside may call it bragging, or being proud, but if you were part of the family, you'd be proud of their achievements, and would proclaim their talents, gifts and abilities. Powerful message, definitely.
We had fellowship later on. Jonathan and Dexter wanted to club, and asked me to recommend one club. I thought of Poppy, but I didn't know how to go. Lucky us, as Lionel was going to Poppy to club, and was bringing a friend who knew how to go, June. Well, while fellowshipping, they kept asking me to ask Kai Yih to go club too, but I was reluctant, 'cause it's like so last minute! Plus I've never actually gone clubbing with the girl I liked before. It's always been girls I don't like in that way -.-. Actually, now I mention it, all the girls I've ever gone clubbing with were people I didn't know very well, or had met on that night itself. I think Tiffany and Michelle Khoo are the only exceptions =/. Zzz... so while I was driving her and Yus home, the guys made it known that we were clubbing. The girl's reaction was not what I expected: "Whoa! Didn't jio!" "Didn't ask us along" "You good!". That took me by surprise like hell, so I asked her to go, and she said no 'cause I wasn't sincere. Lmao, I sincerely asked again, and she considered it as she went up to her apartment.
Well... she didn't go in the end 'cause it was too sudden -.-. Like I said... but she promised me to go the next time I asked (earlier). Okay, worth something at least, but it got me a little emo 'cause she wasn't going that night. I picked up June, and off we went to Poppy.
Well... it was supposed to be 7 guys and 8 girls there. However, the rest were like 2 hours late and not sociable so it was just the 4 of us and June mainly. Our bottle was also finished damn fast, maybe 'cause I drank a lot =x. It was alright, although 4 guys dancing with 1 girl kinda makes things awkward. I suppose bonus for me and Lionel, 'cause at least she put her arms around us at times. Warming up to dance was quite fast this time, which surprised me 'cause of the small quantity of alcohol. Maybe I took more than the rest? =x. Anyhoo, Jonathan also had a girl move over and dance with him! Woots! But you know what? HE SHOVED HER AWAY! HAHA. According to him, her face "cannot make it". Lmao. She ended up dirty dancing very passionately with another guy just beside us. Oh well. At the podiums, guy's started getting topless, and girl's started dropping off their tops (they kept their bras on of course). The more daring ones also went up to the highest podiums (which aren't meant for dancing) and danced, extremely high up right beside those moving flashing lights. If they weren't careful, they'd hit their head while the lights moved, heh. Dexter was sweating throughout the dancing times, lmao.
Driving back was a nightmare. June was pissed drunk to the extent she couldn't tell the difference between left and right, and I was super tired from school in the morning, followed by church and then clubbing. So I let Jonathan drive, but I dozed off, and it took us some time (and total law-breaking driving) to get back to the proper expressway back home without paying tolls.
And the next day, I just gave them a tour of Bukit Bintang area. We went to Lot 10, Times Square, Sungei Wang, Low Yat and the last mall we went to was Pavilion, which was been beautifully done up and even had bubbles as fake snow falling down. Nice! I accompanied them back to Puduraya to take the bus back to Singapore. Great time spent! Thanks for visiting too.