Monday, 30 March 2009


Once upon a time, when we were discussing about an acquaintance's relationship issue, my boyfriend highlighted this.. "if they are discussing about break up or no spice in relationship after being together for so long; this is a confirmed sign, that relationship will not last".. Dunno how true or strong that statement is, but I remember arguing over it for sometime until he was able to convince me that, whether we like it or not, that's the practicality of life!

so yeah, time has passed since then, and we have come a long way together...

n yeah, just recently we discussed break up too... although we didn't come up to any conclusion and we are pretty much still together.. I cant help but wonder, if this is a sign too! hmmm...

By: 'Lilo

p/s: no questions please, as I have no answers :)


There are many things in my life, that I am not very grateful about... But there’s one thing that I am really, truly, sincerely very grateful for… the fact that I am not born as an “Indian” or at least not anywhere in India… Although we are known as “Indians” here in Malaysia and treated like second class citizen at times or so they claim, honestly I’m proud to be a Malaysian and have never personally experienced any act of racism... and I also have absolutely nothing against the country, India or even Indians for that matter...

I am just extremely grateful today, because:

1. I don’t move my head 180 degrees to the right and left, when I speak!

2. I don’t argue over nonsense for hours trying to proof a point that doesn’t exist.

3. I don’t yell over the phone the further the distance I am calling

4. I don’t pronounce words with an added “Y” like for example, I don’t say I yem for I am.. or Yindian for Indian, and yeloprate for elaborate!

5. I don’t have an accent that no matter which part of the world I go, there would be someone who can imitate me just like that...

6. My grandparents were smart enough to run away from India, or stupid enough that they were pulled out from their own country. Whichever that is, it doesn’t matter, I am just glad it happened.

By: extremely annoyed ‘Lilo

Thursday, 26 March 2009

When you are absof*ckinlutely bored or stressed....

How many of you have heard of Craiglist before?

I knew this was a buzz word since last year but being the Queen of Procrastination that i am, i never looked it up until few months ago... (which btw, i've been meaning to blog about this ALSO few months ago....but the big P kicked in :D)

Craiglist in a nutshell: Classified Listings .period.

Feel free to Google if you thirst for more info.

Anyway, after the hype died down (for me it lasted 3 days of surfing Craiglist) i figured Craiglist isn't all that great after all especially for countries such as Malaysia. Simply because the listing under Malaysia isn't populated enough and even if it is, the contents are of ambiguous nature. When i say ambiguous, i mean that though some entries may be genuine, it could be outdated already.

I don't think the Malaysian web community is active on Craiglist..hence the outdated nature.

Anyway, the reason of this entry is not to talk about boring Craiglist and its purpose yada yada yada.. it is actually to highlight what FUN it can be to read the ..... PERSONALS section !!

(Short talk: in any newspaper, the personals section is always funny to me... And no offence to those who post it and no, i don't deem you as desperate but it's just hillarious to me how sometimes an ad is written)

In Craiglist, for any country or town/city you choose, the sections are always uniformed throughout. Read the personal sections if you think you need a good laugh.

Here is what i found under Malaysia > Personals > Men Seeking Women and it cracked me up :D


INTRODUCTION: Welcome to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia ladies!. Experience Malaysia's most sought after ayurvedic sensual indian massage. The sensual and erotic massage session will be a full body massage with all natural ingredients like coconut and rose oils . The full body massage session will focus on areas on the neck, shoulder, upper back, lower back, buttock, thigh, calf muscle, chest, breasts, nipples, upper and lower arm, palms, abdomen, midriff, pubis, groin, thigh, knee, ankle, and soles.
yada yada yada and now we get to the interesting part:
ABOUT ME: My name is Sanjay Raj David and I am a fully trained and certified therapist with over 10+ years of serving local and international clients. I am based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and have also travelled to many countries in the world to provide my service and also train other people in this ancient art. I am 32 years old, stand 5'11" tall, 170 lbs, in good shape, dark golden brown complexion. As a bonus, I am extremely very well endowed in size below and have been told by many clients that it was the biggest that have seen directly. However, I must stress that there will be no touching of my member at any time, and the exotic erect view is for you eyes only. I am extremely clean and smell nice at all times. As per your preference, request and comfort level, I can work in my shorts, underwear or fully nude to make it an attractive, interesting and unforgettable experience for you. Please email me if you need to see pictures of myself before scheduling a massage session.

Full link at:

Hmm i just wonder why is this not listed under "Services" instead of "Men seeking Women" :P

N.e.m.o on a bad, bad day
(about to pull the hair out from her head)


yeah, I have got one... a fucking bad one... more like an annoying one...

I feel like screaming and asking y me?? of all the people on earth?? but I'm also a believer in everything happens for a reason... so yeah, its just annoying that I don't know (yet) what the reason is now.. I wish its something cool like a brain tumor.. at least then the pain would be worth it... cos its fucking annoying and I dont want the doctor to tell me "just take panadol and get some rest, u'll be fine..."

Ok, I know I'm exaggerating here.. but I just need some drama in my life, ok?? as if I dont have enough!

By: 'Lilo

Monday, 23 March 2009


Time is but a moment in eternity....

But today, every moment stretches infinitely...


Thursday, 19 March 2009

21st Century Brat

I'm a bookworm. I confess! I can never be lonely when I have a book to read and I can stay up all night reading (one of the very few things I can stay up for these days!). I especially love books about centuries gone by like the era of knights and castles, King Henry and his n number of wives, the building of cathedrals (think Westminster Abbey), China during the reign of the last empress, personal accounts of real people and their lives.

Although sometimes I wish I could go back into time and see for myself how the world was back than, I think I wouldn't survive a month in another century. I've been totally spoilt by the 21st century and all it's comforts.

There's no way I could live without electricity! No fluorescent lights and no fan/air con?? If I was unlucky enough be back in time in Malaysia, if the mosquitoes don't get to me first, the heat and humidity surely will.

The other day, the electricity went off in my neighbourhood and I was immediately on the phone, calling TNB. But there were 61 others who beat me to it! I was number 62 in the queue.

I surely cannot do without my Rosken Skin Repair! Even now, I can't go two days without it or else my skin takes on a parched/cracked riverbed look. I would think if I'd collected all that lotion I've been applying for years, I could drown in it.
Oh and I'll definitely feel completely loss and disorientated without my handphone. I just found out recently that until 200 years ago, it took 6 months for a letter from London to reach Asia. Let's not even talk about telegraphs, postcards or even smoke signals. When was the last time you used a public phone?

Haha, got you! ;p

Well I guess if I tried really really hard, I could live without a lot of the 21st century comforts. But I swear there's one thing I will die without.


Wednesday, 18 March 2009

Wedding Planning 101

The euphoria of getting the diamond ring is slowly settling down as the reality of wedding planning sets in. I can't say I'm stressed out or anything like that because I've still got months to go before my D-Day and my fiance is in on the planning every step of the way so it's been quite fun. But, I still can't help marvelling at what a competitive industry wedding planning actually is! Any traces of ideas that I've had about wedding planning being romantic have flown out the window within the first month. In the past 3 months, I've learnt that basically a wedding is...

not about me!

Wedding Planning 101 Lesson 1

It's about the family..and the family's family...and the family's family's family...

First thing I learnt was, my family and my fiance's family are like two football teams on the field with us being the referees.

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We had to reach compromises, make decisions, firmly stand by our decisions, be as tactful as possible when dealing with hostile situations and try not to piss of our future in-laws.

Wedding Planning 101 Lesson 2

Kiasu - either you're in or you're out

They say the early bird catches the worm. Well, the early bride gets the venue she wants on the date she wants.

After trying nearly ten reception venues, we finally narrowed it down to four that suited our taste and budget. Out of the four, there was one that we felt was perfect but guess what? Someone had already booked the date we wanted! A year in advance!

The same thing happened to the church. Someone else had booked the same wedding date and time that we wanted!

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So, we changed our wedding date. And I guess all things happen for a reason because the reception venue that we loved was available for our new date and we didn't hesitate a moment longer to pay the deposit and secure it as ours.

Wedding Planning 101 Lesson 3

Have goals- they keep you sane!

Throughout this whole planning and preparation period, I intend to look at the bigger picture, don't sweat the small stuff, have fun, loose weight, not break out into pimples, loose weight, treasure the only time in my life I can say 'fiance' and be called 'fiancee', loose weight, get my girlfriends in on all the fun parts and ...

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...not turn into Bridezilla!



I have been itching to write everything that's bugging my mind since last night, but just couldn't find the right words... then I received this one forward email that had one sentence that clearly defined my feelings..

"As I mature, I have learned that, no matter how much I care, some people are just ASSHOLES!!"


By: 'Lilo

Tuesday, 17 March 2009



come one people, lets show our support against global warming by switching off our lights for one hour on March 28, 2009 from 8.30pm - 9.30pm

"Switching off your lights is a vote for Earth, or leaving them on is a vote for global warming. WWF are urging the world to VOTE EARTH and reach the target of 1 billion votes, which will be presented to world leaders at the Global Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen 2009. This meeting will determine official government policies to take action against global warming, which will replace the Kyoto Protocol. It is the chance for the people of the world to make their voice heard. " (

By: 'Lilo

Monday, 16 March 2009

Updates of lilo's life...

I have been wanting to blog for the past 2 weeks now, but always need to put off my thought due to my work.. today, I finally have the time but my brain is so drained.. My cousin got married yesterday and I'm so tired.. Not like I did anything besides attending, but hell, weddings are so tiring man... why on earth would people wanna get married? I really don't understand..

Anyway, since I'm half dead tired, I'm just gonna micro blog everything that I wanted to write for the past two weeks..

1. Went for a weekend trip to Melaka with my best friends.. had a great time.. great food... and of cos some great photos...

2. Met the girls again for a movie and post b-day celebrations.. Watched Marley & Me.. it was a good jolly day.. ate at a new joint called Bubba Gump.. had some good laughs... and my darlings gave me a voucher to re-do my hair!!! (it amazes me, how they always know what I exactly need for my every b-day :) thank u gals, it was much needed!

3. so with the voucher in my hand, the right next day, I was at the salon, with no clue what to do with my hair.. although my appointment was to color, my bf suggested curls, Nemo suggested treatment, the stylist insisted rebond, but at the end i permed my hair..

4. now i'm a having a love-hate thing with my hair.. it either looks really good or it looks really bad... needs lots of maintaining though.. but no regrets yet.. loving it at the moment.. I appreciate the change :)

5. went for my bf's house warming party... had lots of booze and no fun :p

thats all I can remember for now.. my colleague is talking and I can barely hear anything... my mind/brain hasn't return to office.. damn..

By: 'Lilo

Thursday, 5 March 2009

Donate Life ...

I've heard about Organ Donors....

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And Blood Donors....

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And of course Sperm Donors. This always reminds me of Chandler from Friends being so freaked out about 'doing it' into a plastic cup ;)

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But, call me a katak di bawah tempurung if you will, but I've never heard of Egg Donors till today. And no, I'm not referring to chicken eggs or fish eggs. I'm talking about our eggs ladies.

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And of all places, I learnt about it on Facebook. There was an advert that said Spare Your Eggs and that caught my eye. Although I don't think it's as easy as 'doing it' into a plastic cup, (Guys have it so easy, and yet they complain!), I still find it amazing that science has found a way to harvest something smaller than the full stop at the end of this sentence.

But, hmmm..... I wonder if they have the technology to do this kind of thing in M'sia? I can only imagine what a conversation about donating eggs will sound like in UH..

Girl: Saya nak derma telur saya

Nurse: Huh?! Awak nak derma telor??!!


Closed heart door..

Whenever I see a closed door, I always assume the door is locked..

I have now learned that, a closed door does not necessarily need to be "locked".. it can be just "closed"..

Instead of keep knocking on the door and waiting for someone to eventually open it from inside.. all I need to do is, to try and turn the knob.. and the door might open!


Wednesday, 4 March 2009


I've never been a believer of horoscopes, much less the internet variety but I'm bored so I just decided to look up what my horoscope was on my birthday.

Hmm, talk more, that's definitely something I can do ;)

Now a quick look at what the year of the Ox says about the Pig ....

I'm glad I didn't read this on my birthday - unfavorable day?? Gee, thanks =P But I quite like the last sentence... ehem .... ;)