Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Miss Wishful has her own domain now :)
All posts will now be moved to-
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In Singaporeeee Transiting..
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
For the second time around, I've left home...
Significant differences (and obvious ones) are:
#1 It's not as hard as it used to be (I didn't cry this time, which is a real accomplishment seeing how much of a crybaby I am).
#2 Traveling alone this time; starting to get used to it and feeling pretty independent now.
#3 The amount of people sending me off has reduced from a rough 20 to just 2 (everybody's either gone off to Aussie or somewhere already or couldn't give smack for waking up at friggin' 6am... I totally understand because I wouldn't either. It's a deathly hour to be awake).
I have a 3-hour transit here in Singapore and miraculously managed to steal some "PPSLG wifi" connection so thought I'd just post a lil' somethin' somethin'.
Already, I had a horribly packing experience (always the case when you limit a girl to bringing only 2 bags of 20 kg each), only 1 hour of sort-of-sleep sleep, and say good-bye to the last people I'd want to say good-bye to... I had to have a dreadful 55 minutes flight from KL to Singapore.
Sometimes, I curse having an extremely sensitive nose.
I happily picked a good aisle seat (easy exit/access), visited the lavatory before the plane takes off, returned to my seat, sniffed the air...
I always sincerely pity and give a hearty laugh when someone tells me their horror flight stories of seating close-by screaming babies or awesome-smelling individuals but I haven't yet encountered the latter so I never truly felt the monstrosity of the situation until just.
It was so bad that I swear I could taste my puke.
It didn't help that I really wanted to sleep (I think I actually sort of managed dozing off for 10 minutes by using my hair to cover my face; I didn't care that the people around me thought I was some kind of weirdo).
And the cherry on top of the cake?
3 annoying brats behind making a heck of a racket.
My day has NOT been going well.
I'm just going to keep myself awake for these 3 hours and friggin'... do my assignment or something, gah!
I'm dead tired but I don't care. I will crash & burn on my 6-hour flight to Korea.
Cross my fingers that I won't be near any screaming brats or BO fragrance!
(Maybe a hot hunk instead? Hehe)
By the way, MissWishful.Com is in progress of revamping so don't mind the stagnancy for a while!
It should be up in a day or two :)
Clubbing @ Phuture... Again!
Saturday, March 28, 2009
Princesses & Monsters
Thursday, March 26, 2009
Got awoken by Sonzy's amazing news that she passed her IELTS (one step closer to MF-ing her to coming to Vancouver!!)
and after a good, long shower, still waiting for my KFC to arrive so decided to allow my mind to wander (it can be quite creative when it does that)
and came up with..Princesses & Monsters!
Growing up, most girls wanted to be beautiful princesses and to find their prince charming and live happily ever after.
After watching Disney on Ice (the guys we dragged with us were slightly traumatized)
, we realized that our dreams of being one of the Disney princesses were still quite potent, haha.So, we self-proclaimed each a title from the Disney princesses!Ariel: Ju. Aurora: Jean. Belle: MEEEE! Hehe. Jasmine: Sonzy.
Haha. We're downright thick-skinned.
I supposed I'm the thickest of them all seeing I had the guts to broadcast our petty chimera to public ;)
But, oh well, since we already sufficiently embarrassed ourselves in front of a number of parents and children (who surrounded us in those bleacher seats at Bukit Jalil Stadium)
, why not go full force?Relating ourselves to 'em princesses triggered an absolutely hilarious memory.
Sonia's SS1/4 stalkers hated the four of us so terribly that they managed to offend us tremendously by identifying us with pretty darn fugly characters from LOTR.Yes, we were deeply offended. Positively raving.
They were certainly creative for managing to use that much brain power to relate us to those characters so we gotta give them some props for that!So apparently, Ju was Gimli. Jean was an Orc... harsh! I'm the Ent... Treebeard! At least, HE'S cool. Sort of anyway. And Sonzy's Gollum! Hoho. So funny man.
I think 'em haters should seriously channel their brain power to something more productive because if they think they can truly offend us by relating us to LOTR characters, they should seriously consider a dose of maturity and higher brain capacity.It was fun while it lasted though!
Some people can really come up with the most entertaining things :)
So who do you think (realistically)
looks like who more?(my girlfriends are so gonna kill me for doing this... but boredome can make you do silly things, hehe)
Heheheheh. Aww, come on, I can honestly see the resemblance to Jasmine, can't you?
I'm still trying to figure out WHICH part of Ju actually looks like Gimli.
LOL!! The orc relation was just absolutely the funniest. And goodness, they sure are hideous!! I'm sure everyone can agree Jeanpants is incomparable.
I can actually understand why they related me to the Treebeard. He IS tall and smart and kind after all!!
Hehe, I'm not shy one, I know.
Anyway, just a note to those crazy haters out there, I'm not looking for a war or anything.
Maybe just want to remind you to be more careful when deciding to spam someone's comment box because it's far too easy to figure out where you live (*cough* SS1/4 *cough*)
and eventually figure out who you are.
It's kind of embarrasing for you because now we know how seriously childish you are for a grown person (actually, it just confirmed our fears)
and it'll just make things very awkward if we see you and you pretend to be nice to us, but, oh well!!My KFC is waiting for meeee...Cheerio!
Disney on Ice: Princess Wishes
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Disney on Ice: Princess Wishes @ Bukit Jalil Indoor Stadium (22nd of March, 2009)
Had Bak Kut Teh brunch before heading over!Joh.
Joh, Daren & Dave were heading to surf; they weren't dumb enough to be suckered into watching Disney on Ice, hehe.Daren, Me & Drew.
Sonzy & Kohei later joined us.
At the stadium..
The set on ice.
Son & Kohei.
First Princess: Jasmine. Set of Aladdin; the marketplace.
Second Princess: Snow White. The seven dwarves: Doc, Grumpy, Sleepy, Sneezy, Bashful, Happy, and Dopey!
Snow White and her prince (which name I... never knew?).
Third Princess: Belle. My favourite!
It was dreadfully annoying that they were so brief on Beauty & the Beast :( The last time I went (guilty of being a 2nd-timer), there was a longer and better take on Beauty & the Beast. In this one, they didn't even feature Beast at all!
Fourth Princess: Ariel. This is the scene on the boat. It's pretty useless in terms of the storyline but they did perform some super crazy stunts!! Note: the dude prepping on the see-saw.
In mid air!
Voila! On the high chair held by one dude!! Pretty coool.
The Little Mermaid.
Fifth Princess: Mulan. By far the lamest most boring storyline ever. They used the storyline from Mulan II, which I've never seen before and would probably never see after watching this. To be fair, I really liked Mulan. Just not this piece of yawn.
The flames from the dragon from the Disney movie; Sleeping Beauty! Nice effects, they had.
Sixth Princess: Aurora... with her prince, Philip.
Scene from Cinderella.
The Seventh and last Princess: Cinderella and her Prince Charming. Haha. I just found out his name really IS Prince Charming. I thought that was only in Shrek.
The Finale; Tinkerbell in the elevated golden carriage (Cinderella's, I believe).
Pretty frickin' awesome!Now, I feel like watching all 'em Disney movies.
I want to start with The Little Mermaid (recently watched Beauty & the Beast already)
Hehe.Still a little child inside ;)
Speaking of which...MY attempt to beat Andrew's pic! Note: the lips. It's all about the lips.Toots ;)
Name: Miss Wishful
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia
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