there's no real
love in you
Wednesday, October 31, 2007 @ 2:02 AM
HOW DO PEOPLE PERCEIVE YOU?
I had a talk with 2 of my friends the other day. We talked about how we saw each other as first impression, and how we see each other now.
Ah-Lian looking (haha)
What we think of her now:
Not chinese at all
Nice to talk to
Looks a bit blur
Typical SCGS girl look (Tai-Tai wannabe)
What we think of her now:
Quiet at times
Smiles a lot
My list was super duper long.
My friends said that on first impression they thought I had the typical SCGS girl 'look', rich, spoilt and Tai-Tai wannabe, speaks with an accent. But now they realise that I am more natural.
They also thought I was naive and innocent looking.
However, I realise that my personality always contrasts. Some people see me as outgoing, whereas some see me as quiet and shy.
I am really outgoing among those that I don't know well yet, like typical 'hi-bye' friends or those in school, church and CCA, cos I don't see a need to open up myself emotionally to them yet.
I joke with them, go out with them and my sole purpose is to enjoy time with them.
Whereas, among my closest friends sometimes, I am more quiet and think more about personal matters with them. I talk about deeper stuff with them and truly open myself to them a lot.
In my life, I think I am one who has many 'hi-bye, let's have fun!" friends and only a few close friends.
I like having that balance.
What about you?
Tuesday, October 30, 2007 @ 10:19 PM
Sometimes, the way people talk may not be the way they carry themselves when they are with you.
Have you experienced that before? I have.
Yesterday, I went to meet the seller of the item which I ordered online. Yup, she's a girl. The reason why I agreed to meet up with her to collect the item, although she's a stranger is cos:
1) She's a girl. (Not a guy)
2) Our meet up place was in Tampines MRT
The meet up place was fine, at least it's not a secluded and private area where she could just take my money and run away, it's at a big open and very crowded public venue. We agreed to meet at 630pm, and it was peak hour time, just the time that people return home from work.
Also, I was going to meet my project group at Bedok, so that's really convenient for me. I wouldn't have to bother about extra charges like the postage fee.
When she replied my order email the other day, she gave me her phone number.
I noticed that she told me to SMS her, so I did.
I told her what time and date I wanted to meet, and asked her where exactly was most convenient for her.
She replied, outside Guardian. At first, from her messages she sounded really sincere and kind, like a really sweet sounding lady.
Her SMSes were peppered with ^_^ and [: or (:
Judging from the way she talked, and the way she asked me questions like, "You still in school?", "Still schooling?" and "How's school life?", I would have thought she was about 20 plus.
On my way there, we exchanged conversation through SMS, and I thought she was really cheerful, personable and friendly. I couldn't wait to meet up with her, to see how she was like.
However, when I met up with her - I realised I made a mistake!
The last SMS she sent me was, "What colour top are you wearing?" so that she could recognise me.
I replied, orange with a white cardigan.
When I went up to Guardian, and waited at exactly 7pm, I realised that I was the only one there. I was looking out for a lady..
"Hmmm, have you reached yet?" I messaged her.
"Yup, I'm here already. ^^" she sent back.
I looked around. And suddenly, I saw a really petite girl come up to me. She looked about Sec 1.
She came up to me and looked up to me, and suddenly, when I always knew that I was very short, I felt quite tall.
"Oh, I'm so sorry!" I apologised, not really knowing what to say. "I didn't know you were here, So... This is the item?"
She looked at me wide-eyed as though I was silly for asking such a dumb question, yah of course this is the item lah, else I pass to you for what?
"Erm, it's 5.90 right?" I double-confirmed. I looked into my wallet and checked. "Just right, I have the exact amount!"
She took the money, handed me the item and walked away.
I immediately walked off too, kinda awkwardedly but not really wanting to be there cause the whole situation seemed so awkward. Haha.
After I walked off, I opened the package and checked it. Yup, it was right.
Oh wells. What an unusual first time meeting, just to collect my purchase.
I might ask for mail postage next time.
@ 10:15 PM
BEN AND JERRY'S.
2 for $21.50
Ahhhhhh I want.
I can finish one tub of Ben and Jerry's all by myself any time! PURE SIN
BUT PURE DELICIOUS.
Please give me 10 tubs. Thank you very muchie.
Monday, October 29, 2007 @ 11:20 PM
Lately, my phone has been going wonky.
Actually, not lately. It happened quite a long time ago. But I always chose to ignore it.
My phone has its tendency to speak in a language of it's own.
And by this language, I mean the Sony Ericsson language.
For example, when I dial somebody's number and that person does not happen to pick up the phone, my phone screen blinks with the words:
Now, WTH is that? You ask.
"FO ANS." means "NO ANSWER".
Yes, my phone has a language of it's own. And though at first, I'd get frustrated with it and wanted to send it for servicing, but I gradually learnt to understand it and take it as how it is.
So now I already learnt to understand my phone's language.
For example, when I scroll to the calculator menu sometimes, the word "Calculator" is magically converted to "Falcula". Kinda sounds the same, but a little frenchy right?
So sophisticated. Haha.
My phone has it's own personality ya.
And the "Camera" function is sometimes translated to "Zaider".
It totally has no connection to the original word.
When I got my phone, I bought it on impulse. At first, I used to hate the bright reflective pink surface because it reminded me of all things lian, but now I've gradually learnt to appreciate it and it's funny moodswings.
And though I've threatened many times that I wanted to sell it away, but I have never done it.
I doubt I ever will, for some time.
Cos after a long day of school, I rummage around my bag and always take comfort cos I can find it anywhere so easily. I like the comfort of the big keys and have gotten use to it, cos I can score at Quadrapop any time.
I also have a lot of precious memories and photos stored inside.
Yup, I love you Sony Ericsson Z610i.
Sunday, October 28, 2007 @ 8:11 PM
I am a Dreamer.
"Highly creative, artistic and spiritual, they can produce wonderful works of art, music and literature. INFPs are natural artists..."
I like to look at things from many perspectives.
Note my other email is: firstname.lastname@example.org. Haa. Bet you didn't know that.
I used to love drawing and painting a lot. I would win art competitions with trophies. I also like to imagine a lot, thus I have a very vivid imagination. I often can see things that are not happening, and I like to explore my mind in detail.
Can't say the same about music though.
"INFPs never seem to lose their sense of wonder. One might say they see life through rose-colored glasses..."
Many friends and even my mom always comment that I look at the world through rose-tinted glasses. I tend to only focus on the positive side of things, and believe that there is a good side to everyone, no matter how mean or evil they are perceived.
Becos' of this trait, many people also tend to assume that I am naive and vulnerable.
"Feelings are often guarded, kept safe from attack and ridicule. Only a few, close confidants are permitted entrance into this domain."
I refuse to let out my real feelings and open my heart towards others I do not feel close to. Only a few of my most priviledged friends will know how I feel. And that is, only one or two.
"Creative, smart, idealist, loner, attracted to sad things, disorganized, avoidant, can be overwhelmed by unpleasant feelings..."
I like being alone at times, just thinking about life.
I also tend to avoid problems rather than tackle them.
To understand Healers, we must understand their idealism as almost boundless and selfless, inspiring them to make extraordinary sacrifices for someone or something they believe in."
I will make large sacrifices for somebody that I really love and support.
When I was young, I always visualized this scene that my parents and I were shipwrecked and stuck on a small lifeboat. Only 2 of us could survive cos the boat was sinking fast. I would jump off the boat and drown, to save the both of them.
"Their job must be fun, and it must be meaningful to them. They need a strong purpose in their work..."
Of course I want a fun job.
Of course I've always wanted to be a journalist or a writer.
Examples of famous people who were dreamers:
John F. Kennedy, Jr
Why don't you go find out your personality today? (:
@ 5:56 PM
I'm quite happy cos the order I posted for 4 days finally arrived!
I was online window shopping the other day and I came across this really cool thing (can't say what it is) and I decided to buy it.
So I sent a really polite email to the seller. And she didn't reply.
I thought maybe she was out of stock, or wasn't in town but I needed it ASAP and so I proceeded to email 4 other sellers. OH MAN. Heh.
Sorry, I'm such a bad customer!
In the end, after 4 days, all the sellers replied to me in a row!
Heh so I chose the one who replied first. After all, what they said, on their blog, "First come first serve", I think they should abide by their rules too.
It's the first time I'm buying things online okay.
I can't wait to collect my sweet item tomorrow. :D
Saturday, October 27, 2007 @ 4:09 PM
Yesterday, the most embarassing thing happened to me ever.
In my whole life.
I was walking out of school to the bus stop, and I saw Inez. So I made my way to the overhead bridge and turned around and said, "BYE Inez!" to her. I turned my head again, and the next thing I knew -
MY HEAD HIT THE BLOODY PILLAR!!!
Like really loud thud. There was a distinct 'KONK' sound.
I swear, if you were there, you would have heard the whole pillar reverberate on its foundations.
Haha. Oh mann I was really embarassed! 3 students were at the bus stop, not including her and they were all staring at what I just did.
And what was worse, was that Miss Sarah Soh, the history teacher was there. (I think she hates me) And she looked at me kinda shocked, like, "Don't tell me... I just saw you crash into a pillar?"
In this situation, there are only 3 things you can do, but still come out looking like an idiot:
1) Laugh the whole situation off and walk away. (REALLY IDIOTIC.)
2) Go up to the pillar, and say, "Oh my goodness, I can't believe I just knocked into you?"
3) Go up to your friend and ask for sympathy. Start crying crocodile tears, even if it doesn't hurt. Ban ke lian, and pray with fervent hope that the whole bus stop will empathise with you and understand your agony.
I did neither.
I went up to Inez and then I was like, "OMG."
And she was like, "OMG."
I know, so we were like standing there, and I asked her stupid stuff like, "Am I okay?", "Is my forehead... Got blood anot?" (HAHAHA) and she was kinda shocked, but being really nice, saying, "OH NO it's okay!! Really really!".
I then looked at the group of three, who were still looking kinda amazed. And I asked her quietly, "Are those your friends?"
And she nodded quietly. I was like, "ARHRHRHRHRHRH!!!" inside, but outside, I managed to smile with composure and said, "Er, ahah.. I guess, I gotta go now."
After all. What can you still say, after you've done such a retarded misdeed, and still expect to come out cool out of it?
Even the coolest-looking guy who just knocked into a pillar after saying goodbye to his friend will come across as an IDIOT.
So I bid farewell and walked away quickly, wanting to get out of that terribly embarassing situation.
I walked to my bus-stop, and was thankful that nobody was there or none of my friends, else I would have to explain the horrible BUMP on my forehead.
Friend: "HEY JIA!! School's like- yaddayaddayadda... Hmmm. Oh man! What happened to your forehead?"
Me: "Oh, erm... I kenna baluku cos I knocked into a pillar."
I sat down for awhile, just staring into blank space, and the next thing I knew, those 3 people had come to my bus stop. And they were all staring at me.
I really wish I could disappear into a thin air, or something.
I whipped out my phone, and decided to look busy. I called my BESTFRIEND and tell her about my misdeed.
Of course, I came out sounding all flustered and was whispering in embarassment, so she didn't really understand what I was saying.
Thankfully 156 came and those 3 people got up on it. Then my 105 came, and I went up trying to cover the bump with my fringe.
WHAT AN EMBARRASSING DAY.
Thursday, October 25, 2007 @ 11:02 PM
The Things Women Do For Beauty.
I chanced upon this Taiwanese website showcasing all the Nui Ren Wo Zui Da recommended beauty products to buy. Yes, I do watch that show and I personally love it. However, I browsed through all the items once and thought it was kinda amusing.
But it's amazing and hilarious what females would do just to make themselves look more beautiful physically.
Take for example,
The description says:
Recommended Nose Sharpener. Get this if you have Jackie Chan's nose, and get a sharp, pretty and smart one using it! Use daily for 20 mins. Will not cause any difficulty or pain in using it. Anti-germ and stink proof.
Hmmm. Rr-iiii-ght. I personally think if you kiap something that looks like a clothes peg on your nose for about 20 minutes each day will actually shift your bones and thus make your nose look smaller?
It really looks like a clothes peg to me.
I wouldn't buy this item, because it looks really conspicuous. One buyer posted: "I was buy this for my boyfriend and adviced him to use it, his nose size has decresed! I now feel happier and more carefree wif him"
*Spelling errors were on purpose*
I'm an Ang Moh and I have the perfect nose.
Oh man. Poor boyfriend. Imagine getting forced by your partner to wear a clipper around your nose as a daily routine. You mean, if your boyfriend has a smaller nose, you would feel carefree as though you have more space around him? Breathing space, you mean?
2) Double-Eyelid Creator
The description says:
Double eyelid clipper. It may see to be painful. but it doesn't even hurt or feel painful a single bit. Just clip it on your eyelid for 10 to 15 mins. some people only for 5 mins. then the result will be shown. a beautiful double eye lid will be shown. I use it for 15 min and the double eyelid shown was so deep. It look real.
I can just imagine a 40 year old woman in a pasar malam trying to promote her goods, with this very same speech.
Ouch, it looks really pain! Seems to me like the Taiwanese have an obsession with clothes peg looking torture devices. Apparently they say it's not painful at all.
Nevertheless, it looks pretty amazing to me.
If really can produce such good results, then people need not go for plastic surgery anymore.
I also want. :D
3) Slim Face Roller
The description says:
Use this to massage your face to make it slim. don't like chubby face. can try using this. just use it when u r free. for 15 mins. u will see the result in 2 to 3 weeks. i use it for 15 mins and i oso apply face lifting cream. it works for me. my face slim down for 1 to 2 cm in just 2 weeks.
Well, it just looks like a stethoscope with two flowers on it.
Actually. It is a stethoscope with two flowers on it.
4) Beauty Face Line
The description says:
1. Place the plastic piece at the tip of your mouth and grip it with your lips. 2. Slowly raise your chin upwards in the air and stay for 5 seconds, then slowly lower your chin to original position (remember to breathe normally through your nose!!) 3. Repeat above steps for 2 - 3 minutes.
When I saw this, I told my brother: "She reminds me of a crane, you know, those in construction sites that has to lift up heavy objects everyday."
Realistically, I find the explanation behind this really stupid. In fact, there is no explanation behind this exercise device. Basically, you kiap a holder containing a toilet roll between your lips and move up and down, in a pigeon like fashion. Bobbing up and down.
It apparently helps to slim down your face!
And finally, just for kicks, I'll throw in a funny Japanese invention.
1) Girlfriend/Boyfriend Pillow
She satisfies my needs.
The description says:
The pillow is only available in Japan, where it costs about 8,500 Yen (£40, $80), and is available in blue, pink or green.
Ms Suzuki, who is separated from her husband, says the pillow has other advantages.
"It keeps holding me all the way through. I think this is great because this does not betray me," she told AP.
Heh. I think I would be be really freaked out if I woke up one morning lying in the arms of a foreign object.
And make that one half of a stuffed man!
It's like, "Good morning, Dick. Erm... Where's your other half?"
Real women don't need that.
Tuesday, October 23, 2007 @ 2:53 AM
Virtual reality is over.
The nightmare begins.
ps: Thank you for wanting the best for me.
Friday, October 19, 2007 @ 12:03 AM
Just came back from out with Wanyin, Sujun and Jiwei, super tired and I have yet to memorise and practice my OP script which is due tomorrow because we have presentation.
And also have to find things made out of RUBBER for the Oral Presentation.
Natalie's bringing a floor mat.
Dan is bringing slippers/shoes.
Jasmine is bringing I-forgot-what.
Er. And Mark is bringing a CONDOM.
Haha. Except we will call it a contraceptive device.
Oh wells. WHAT SHOULD I FIND WHAT SHOULD I FIND WHAT SHOULD I FIND???
Worse come to worse, maybe I shall just bring one of my hair-ties cos there's rubber inside. Lol.
Dear Charles Goodyear, why must you be so persistent and determined to find out about the process of vulcanization. Thus making the history of your life so long, and I have to speak for 3 whole minutes.
I hope after I finish my project, I will never have to discuss about you or hear about your name again. Thank you and good riddance.
ps: I am really scared for tomorrow. Bad bad bad day, I predict.
I feel like I'm living in virtual reality.
Wednesday, October 17, 2007 @ 11:34 PM
There is really nothing much I can do.
Tuesday, October 16, 2007 @ 10:21 PM
Been feeling rather quiet and moody these days. Promo marks are really scary and has given me a huge headache.
Nowadays when I talk to people I tend to space out easily. (More often than I used to) Cos I think about other stuff and oh wells, the emo stuff. And then I just don't feel like talking.
The hyper-sensitive side of me starts to kick in.
Anyway, I was reading this old friend's blog.
I came across your pictures, and your life
And I must say.
I still remember how we were
And what we used to do
Late afternoons sitting on your porch
Talking about Life and playing with your dogs
Joking and chatting and just plain having fun
Going with you to the movies
Late night chats on the phone
And all those hugs
I can't say I don't miss them
When the words "I love you" came from your mouth
I knew we were just more than friends.
Even though it was a short, fleeting moment
And 3 simple words sums up my feelings
I still love you, yes I do
Not like, not fancy
Nor even plain ol' reliance
Monday, October 15, 2007 @ 4:42 AM
TOP 5 FAVOURITE SHOE BRANDS.
Speaking about heels the other day, I came up with a list of top 5 shoe brands that I like.
The creme de la creme of pricey celebrity shoes! I can't say I love the shoes yet, cos I have yet to try them on. I do like the shoes here because every piece is like a work of art.
Jimmy Choo shoes were originally worn by Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex and The City, and it soon rose to popularity and fame among the celebrities.
Jennifer Lopez wore sparkly Jimmy Choos to the Oscars.
And... So did Charlize Theron.
This is because they seem to give you an air of elegance and sophistication, without looking like you try too hard. These shoes are well-known for being sky-high and yet give you more comfort than the average high heel shoe.
However, there are still certain times when you need to give your feet a rest.
Perfect sandals for being on a cruise or going Sunday shopping.
Another thing about Jimmy Choos is that it is almost impossible not to look sexy in them.
Erm, the price range is also... Sexy?
Leather sandal £315.00
Leather open toe sandal with 100mm heel. Sandal has a cross-over strap at the toe and ties which wrap around the ankle and fasten with a buckle.
100mm / 4"
Oh wells... Maybe next time.
Manolo Blahnik, legendary shoe designer and creator. An example here is Mr Blahnik's "heel-less shoe".
His shoes, sold around the world, range in price from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars. They often come with stiletto heels, which can reach as high as 5 and a half inches, and are often embellished with lace, beads or ribbons. His shoes were also often mentioned on the TV show Sex and The City.
Other more ready for reality pieces are spunky and cool. They definitely still hold a little of this designer's quirky personality.
This will make heads turn.
Army prints coupled with dazzling diamantes?
Manolo, you never fail to surprise me.
The shoes here are really really cheap. Dirt cheap. It ranges from a low $9 to about $50 something for a pair, depending on whether you're choosing flats, heels or boots. Sometimes, even pieces from the $9 section can be good, provided you search carefully.
I myself have bought two pairs of heels from here before, one is an open-toed red mock crocodile-skin heel (I don't take REAL animal skin, please) and the other is a 4-inch pointy-toed black pumps. I love them both.
Service at this shop is so-so, bit nonchalent at peak periods... Come on, when you pay this kinda price, you should also accept this kinda service. As they say, yi fen qian yi fen huo. Otherwise, when you come in on weekday mornings the staff are usually attentive.
PROS: Price, Sexy catwalk trends
CONS: Wears out easily and fast
I know you've been waiting for this. Charles and Keith has been a long-running shoe brand in Singapore, Southeast Asia. It recently expanded to the Middle East, and now offers a wide range of different types of shoes, bags and accessories.
Many people might mistake this for an auntie brand, but Charles & Keith is actually becoming more popular today and keeping up with the latest trends by offering classic and feminine pieces.
Pros: Affordable shoes, Durable quality, Sweet & Classic Designs
Cons: Not much of latest trends here, Has a lot of sloppy slippers, Certain bags can come across looking like you've scavenged it from a pasar malam
Last but not least, our dear and beloved Gripz. A homegrown Singaporean brand, this shop has expanded to several different outlets. The shoes here are cute and contemporary, perfect for the little casual outing out where you don't have to worry about getting your shoes wet or dirty. (Actually, you should not have to worry about that 99% of the time)
Polka dotted and cute!
And of course, you need something out-of-the-ordinary sometimes, for just when you feel like it.
Pros: Cute shoes, retro shoes.
Cons: Shoes only come in limited sizes, prices are slightly steeper than mainstream shoe shops Charles & Keith, Bata and Mondo.
Okay, so basically here's my summary of all my favourite shoe shops. Hope you enjoyed and had fun reading them :)
Saturday, October 13, 2007 @ 5:05 PM
Men In Heels.
This guy posted in a forum that his girlfriend bought a pair of heels for him on his birthday and dared him to wear them. He said that it was quite fun to wear and could walk around easily in them even though they were 4 inches high.
As a guy, he said that he loves high heels, and has worn heels outside to go shopping or with his girlfriend. He even wears matching high heel shoes with his gf in public.
My question is: Can you accept guys who wear high heels?
I feel that it's okay for guys to try on heels for fun, after all, when will a male ever get a chance to try on heels in his whole life? I have friends who are guys who tried on heels and wore around in them before, probably their mom's, just for the fun of it.
However, I do find that guys who love heels and wear it out often to go shopping or with their friends do come across a little sissy.
Perhaps I am being too conservative.
Females have certain characteristics and behaviour to them that a normal, typical guy would probably not exhibit.
1) Wear skirts/dresses
2) Wear heels
3) Wear make-up for casual appearances only. (does not include stage makeup)
And so the list goes on...
There are certain guys who break the rules though. These are daring guys who wear heels, make-up and skirts for performing purposes (eg. drag queens) By acting as women, they earn money for a living.
To me, there are also some things a guy can do, that are just not restricted to girls alone. Guys can wear pink and still look smart in it.
Depends on your body type, sir...
But guys who wear heels for casual reasons, can cross the border.
Girls wear heels because they lengthen legs, make the calves more prominent and thus come across more sexy. High heels enhance sexy legs and make them look slimmer and longer.
Ooh baby, I'm eyeing at your heels...
Heels also push your butt out and your chest forward, thus creating a hourglass figure from the side.
If not for the notion that males in this world like long legs... After all, long legs are attributed to a symbol of fertility, studies have shown that women who have long legs come across to men as someone who is more reproductive. Females would not have to subject their feet to such physical torture.
Wearing heels can wear down your soles. After a long day of walking in heels, most women would feel that their balls of their feet aches and is suan. And also, there are men who run after a bus holding his gf's hand which cause her to run along with him in heels too.
High heel race in Germany.
Podiatrist Brendon Brown says, "The reason high heel wearers suffer back pain is your body's centre of gravity is thrust forward. High heels cause the forefoot to overwhelm the joints and the toes. Osteoarthritis can also be caused by high heels because the soft tissue overcompensates when under strain."
I would say this guy is daring and thinks out of the box. He is able to break out of a guy's shell and do something that most guys would not normally do. That, in a way is commendable.
Guys who are shorter than their girlfriends/wifes can wear men shoes with an extended heel.
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes.
But for a man who does not have height issues to wear women heels for casual appearances... Oh wells. That's another question.
So, what do you think?
@ 5:04 PM
Friday, October 12, 2007 @ 12:27 AM
I miss you. A lot a lot and a lot.
I MISS YOUUUUUUUUU.
Oh boy. Tomorrow's gonna be a tough day.
Dear Lord, please prepare me for what is to come.
Let me face the music with grace.
Thursday, October 11, 2007 @ 11:31 PM
Just came home from the Newpaper New Face competition.
It was a loud affair with music blasting in my ears.
We got to sit in those comfy white chairs while people outside waited and looked in. And there were freebies as well! Haha. I'm such a cheapo. :D
Well, what can I say.
The visual effects really did enhance the girl's faces. And there was a pretty funny video about them 'dao-ing' this other new girl in school... Pretty awkward though. A catfight broke out!
The winner was Girl no. 10, Miriam Wright
followed by 1st runner up, Natalie Foster
and 2nd runner up, Nicole Tan who is also Miss Photogenic.
I did think the prettiet was Jessica De Costa.
The one who got the most cheers was actually Natalie Foster. Actually, the whole place was rather quiet so 'most cheers' could be counted as a small group of about 8 or 12.
Anyway, the atmosphere was really draggy and people were just not cheering at all. I guess they were tired.
During the part where the host said, "And the winner gets the grand prize of $10,000!", the whole audience was quiet. Nobody said anything. Then she implied, "Clap!"
And ONE guy shouted, "Woo! $10,000!"
I laughed till I almost fell out of my chair.
The only eye candy I saw were:
1) SUPER HOT male models who looked so professional and delicious next to the New Faces. Every girl had a guy to partner with. And they even held hands!
I think the girls in the audience were swooning.
2) Georgia Lee, whom I actually think is beautiful for her age.
3) The super mini short skirts that the girls wore.
During the opening scene, they marched out in school uniforms, with absurdly altered lengths and designs. Some of them were pretty stunning. I also saw my old school, SCGS which actually looked quite sexy compared to the original one.
Then they partied out in other brands like River Island and Mphosis.
Actually, most of the competition had girls coming out in short skirts and I think it was the only eye candy provided for the men. Afterwards, the audience started to get restless.
I felt that the whole competition was too long and filled with draggy sequences, such as guys dancing around in poms poms.
Oh wells. After we watched finish the competition, I went to buy Hokkaido Dark Chocolate ice cream.
Love the dark chocolate. Rich and creamy.
Next time I'll try Green Tea. :)
Hello, I am Jia Xin.
my favourite things!satisfying FOOD, cooking & baking, romantic and funny movies, shopping, going to the beach, Lisa Ono, Norah Jones, Diana Krall, Michael Buble, Aretha Franklin, all that jazz, Bossanova! And just hanging out with the people I love makes me happy :)
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