Wednesday, April 16, 2014


A couple were in the midst of quarreling when they stepped into the shop. I was quite near them so I overheard their conversation. It was something like this:

Woman: Even if it wasn't nice you also don't have to embarrass me in front of so many people like that!
Man: But it's really not nice mah. Can you not be so unreasonable??!

It's again a problem about a woman's sensitivity and a man's lack of sensitivity. Yes, man do have sensitivity. Only when they spot a small scratch on their dearest new car.

I've seen Rozie happily going shopping with her friends and buying back a lot of clothes. Her friends are updated on what's the fashion nowadays, so Rozie usually buys back somehow youngy clothes. She was satisfied with her buys and we could see her excitement when she showed us her new clothes.

When Fred ( her husband ) comes home, she would eagerly dress up in the new clothes to ask him if it is nice. Fred, although super-updated on computer gadgets, still has a conservative mind of what woman should wear. He likes plain straight skirts instead of frilly cute dresses, and he prefers Rozie to wear Aunty-clothes instead of "off-shoulder", "high-waist-dresses", and other styles that young people wear. He would usually say 'Not nice lar' and Rozie would start to think that her new clothes aren't that awesome anymore. A tint of disappointment could be seen on her face, and I start feeling a bit sad for her.

It isn't Fred's fault totally though. He is just the typical Malaysia man having a lack of sensitivity. Back to the couple in our shop, I could see that the man thinks that his wife/girlfriend is being totally unreasonable and childish. I know guys see it as: "If it isn't nice, what's wrong with saying it looks ugly??"

Woman takes those words as insult, and would feel embarrassed especially when the Man said it in front of a bunch of other women waiting for the fitting room queue. It's natural for girls to feel that way, because they don't like feeling inferior to other women. Just like me, I don't mind guys being better than me, but I seriously mind it when another girl is said to be better than me when I know I'm actually better. Don't talk about BeautyQueens. I'm obviously no match for them and I know how much I'm worth. I don't mean to say that I'm better than every girl in the world. I'm just better than SOME.

I've seen some girls trying on clothes while the man waits outside the dressing room. That's good because it shows that the man is concern about what the girl is wearing. It's totally better than man waiting outside the shop impatiently and asking a "you finish buying already anot?" Every ten minutes like he doesn't care what shit the girl is wearing. Back to the gentlemanly men who wait outside the dressing room, I've seen some men who says "nice", "good", "awesome" on every dress the girl comes out in. Although we girls know in our heart that the men isn't speaking from his heart and that the dress isn't as awesome as his tone, we feel better because we know we look nice in his eyes even in the ugliest dress on earth.

For guys, next time a girl asks you to comment on the dress she's wearing and you think it's totally ugly, take another dress for her to try and say, "Why not you try this one and we compare?"
And after she has worn the second dress, you can say "I prefer you in this dress more than that dress"

Or maybe, if she has taken 3 or 4 dresses into the dressing room, you can just easily say: "I think you look more amazing in the another dress"

And guys, if you think this is troublesome and too boot-licking, forget what I've just say and just continue telling your wife/girlfriend: "No, you look totally ugly wearing that"

After that, be ready for a slap. *bitch mode on*

Wednesday, April 9, 2014


I was asked to write about my nightlife.

Nightlife? First thing that comes to your head after hearing this word is “Clubbing, Dancing, Wine & Beer”, practically anything that is Wild.

I don’t have that kind of nightlife though.

I haven’t stepped into a club to party before. Ahaha. When I tell this to people, most of them don’t believe me. I don’t know why too.

Well, I'm not of legal age yet what.
And again, my dad’s kinda strict.

Maybe I’ll only get to club after I get married, which is most probably after 27 years old since I'm not gonna marry early. Muahahahas.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Ze Bestie.

Sean: Who does Shika love?
Me: You lah.
Sean: Who?
Me: You lah.
Sean: Okay lor~ Shika doesn't love Sean, Shika loves "youlah"
*Sean gives a sad face*

A minute later, I saw him on Skype and his mood was this:
- I love my little meowling ( Shika Loves "YOU-LAH" )

HAHAHAHAHAHA. He's super kawaii. Sometimes.
Cute Spinning Flower Black