Friday, September 14, 2007

Butt-Crack Spotted @ Matta Fair

Hi all, it' been a while since I logged in to update my blog seeing as to how I was logging in at least 12 hours a day at work for the past 1 month or so. A little voice inside my head directed me to the Matta Fair last Sunday, telling me I deserved a good long break and so there I was rounding the place with my hubby for a suitable holiday vacation.

As we were walking around, we noticed a pretty young thing sitting with her butt half exposed for all the world to see. Now don’t get me wrong, I'm no prude but her jeans was SO very low, I can see at least 5cm of butt-crack! She was sitting right next to a woman who looked liked she could be the girl's mother. I don’t know if she knew her daughter or niece or whatever is giving such an eyeful to the fair visitors or that she would cared if she did.

Anyhow, we shrugged and moved on and so happened I was interested in a package offered at a nearby booth so we sat down to enquire. The salesperson who attended to us went for a good 10 minutes to check on the flight details we wanted and so our eyes started wandering. Guess who should catch our attention but a guy working for the booth where the smooth half-exposed butt was situated. He was clearly not doing his job of passing out brochures properly as he stood there and stared at the girl's butt unblinkingly. Every minute or so he would turn back to the crowd but I guess a strange force was compelling him to turn right back around and continue staring. Brochures clutched undistributed in his hands.

After a few rounds of this, he noticed that we were smirking at him and quickly looked away. OK, not we, just me then and tried to pried his eyes away but failing miserably when he think I wasn't looking. I still can't get over how low her jeans were. I'm not sure if she can even wear her underwear under those jeans as I'm pretty sure underwears don't come that low! Maybe she taking advice from Paris Hilton. After all, it's just Matta Fair, why the need to dress to kill?

Friday, September 14, 2007

My Celebrity-sightings Trip

Between 27 and 29 May 07, I spent 3 days 2 nights in Hong Kong and boy oh boy, what a trip it has been. I kept running into celebrities one after the other.

After getting through the immigration check point at the KLIA airport, I was surprised when I see many young girls snapping away their cameras at this particular lad while the officer did a brief body search on him. Later on, the same group girls were at it again while we're on board the aerotrain to towards the gate. In fact, cameras clicked away furiously along with every step he took and he seems to be oblivious to the attention. Curiosity got the better of me and I took some shots at him and later only did I find out that he is Danson Tang Yu Zhe, a Taiwanese singer who was in Malaysia to promote his drama called "Hanazakarino Kimitachihe" which was playing on 8TV at 7pm, from Monday to Friday. Apparently he plays the character Liang Si Nan.

Next, while I was queuing up to board my plane, guess who should be queuing up right behind me but our very own Camelia! I didn't manage to get a picture with her though. I must say I'm really surprised to find her to be such a petite lady. She promised me and a girl I just befriended a photo with her after the plane landed but she was no where to be found after that. Sigh.

Then, while visiting Victoria Peak, me and my new friend run into a Hong Kong TV host doing a story on the Madame Tussaud's museum. Any readers from Hong Kong can shed a light on who he is?

After that, I was scheduled to see a showcase at HITECH and who else was there to cover the story but a Taiwanese host. He was holding a mike that says 'MTV' but unfortunately, I have no idea what's his name as well. There’s also a popular local DJ around but I couldn’t get his picture which is really a waste because he was seriously extremely good looking. *slurp*

Last but not least, the highlight of my trip was a meeting with Mika! Honestly, I was not a big fan before my trip but the moment his lanky frame bounded onto the stage with the most infectious energy and enthusiasm and I know I'm as good as sold. Of course it helps that his brand music is feel-good pop, the type of songs you wanna play over and over again. I was a full convert before the showcase even ended, not to mention a little deaf as I was in the first row right in front of the speakers. We even got the chance to go backstage for a meet-and-greet session! I was slightly giddy by that time from all the excitement.

All in all, this has been an awesome trip. It was my first time traveling on my own but the people I’ve met and the friends I’ve made along the journey truly makes this an unforgettable trip. I simply love the place and if I really have to pick something to complain about it would be the fact that my chicken rice was served to me in a plate but I was provided chopsticks! I’m hopeless with them but you know what, I probably shouldn't complain because on the day I was scheduled to leave, my friend and I ran into Mika's entourage comprising his sister and mother. How many fans can lay claim to that, eh? *grins*