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In today’s history class, we’ll be talking about what Jolene has been up to in the month of November and December 2008. This will be chapter 1 and it will last indefinitely. Until all the photos from her holidays are up here. Tallying with the albums on facebook, heh.
Poor Melissa was in a tight position as to who she could invite to her parents’ 25th wedding anniversary, but I was one of the lucky few she managed to squeeze into her table of 10!
Sometime in November, while waiting for Kwo Kuang to come pick me up. Yeap, this was also my Facebook profile photo before I changed it twice. So you can tell how old these photos are. The average age of my Fb profile pics is 3 months! 🙂
Seriously, what else can you caption when you merely want to camwhore? Something to look back on when I’m old(er) and wrinkly(er)?
The dinner was held at Legend Hotel, somewhere around the vicinity of the Titiwangsa area, I think. This was the view from the carpark!
Kwo Kuang and myself.
The theme was Gold and Yellow and so Kwo Kuang was putting on his tie. As you can see later, all the other guys had the same tie colour!
Okay lah, quite smart already, one before we went in.l
Placed at the counter were Faye and Abby who did the registration.
Signing the guestbook – can’t do my usual wedding guestbook greetings which comprises of a message on having more kids, complete with multiple tiny stick figures (kids). Already got two grown up kids, what to say? Draw even tinier stick figures to represent grandchildren?
Uncle and Aunty Lam’s beautiful daughter, Liss. 🙂
A full length one!
A relative of Lim Goh Tong, wtf. As he always claims to be.
Toilet Sign Placement Fail.
Only two of Liss’ uni mates came, in a table full of SU people. Chien, is obviously not a uni mate, but Daryl(left) and Calvin are. Yeap, if you remember Calvin, I’ve pimped him way back and he’s also one of my closer guy friends whom I met through Liss.Â Calvin is now working at Citibank, no longer just a second year business student at Help. 🙂
Ahh, a tableful of people from my brother’s year! Liss’ bro Nicholas and my brother were in the same year and these are some of his friends.
L-r: Ian, Vern Sheng, Wilson, Wei Jin and Jessica.
Ian and my brother go wayyyy back. Haha. In 1996, when they were both in standard one, Ian said something or did something and pissed my brother off real bad. My brother punched him in the face and the poor boy’s milk tooth came out.
I think my mum apologized to his mum when they bumped into each other at the Valley Club. (back then almost everyone in Subang had a membership there.)
His mum was so nice, haha I remember she said something like, “Thanks!! No need to go to the dentist now, it was supposed to come out anyway.” LOL
ok don’t know which of them will kill me first for putting this story up here.
The old lady comes in for a photo with the young blood too.
The older generation. Haha.
top l-r: Kevin, Chun Meng, Kuang
bottom l-r: Myself and Chien.
A kiss from Abby.
l-r: Daryl, Abby, Myself and Calvin.
The SU people, safe for Chun Meng.
Like Interact Club meeting.
All of us were well behaved enough to stick to the theme. I wanted to rebel and wear a blue dress instead.
l-r: Faye, Abby, Chien, Liss and myself.
Liss and her brother Nicholas surprised her parents with a special performance which they have been practicing for so many nights.
Kwo Kuang kneeling next to me, he was also trying to get a good shot of the talented siblings.
l-r: Kwo Kuang, Adrian, Abby, Kevin and Chun Meng.
Top l-r: Myself, Faye, Abby
bottom l-r: Adrian, Kevin, Chun Meng
Since it’s not often that I see Abby..
Here she is posing with the dainty basket dessert.
Me, doing a slightly more disgusting job.
Not a good look, Kev.
This Calvin just WON’T take a proper photo with me. ;(
So shy for what, your face make of gold lah now.
Another cute photo of Abby to ease the eyes.
Abby and handsome Adrian in his handsome vest.
Abby and Kwo Kuang.
Myself and Adrian.
Three different formal looks!
And how do you ever resist a full length mirror?
KL by night.
Then next was Chee Wen’s birthday. He turned 22 then and he’ll probably be like 25 when this post finally goes up on the blog.
It was held at the default birthday celebration place – Old Town! 😀 Also the default place to have dinner and lunch if we are not being very creative. Ipoh Hor Fun for me anytime, anyday. In recent times however, I feel that the hor fun that they use in my dish…taste kind of weird. It smells and taste vaguely of vomit.
It then made me imagine the kitchen people being total nightmares and doing unspeakable things to my food.. and the more i ate, the smell became more and more pungent. Ugh. Couldn’t go on.
Sett flashes his oh-so-kissable lips.
It’s like some cancerous growth from my face.
Chee Wen the birthday boy posing with his delicious birthday cake.
With such a pretty cake, of course Chee Wen would have to camwhore with it a little bit first, right?
I don’t know where Xin Yi bought this cake. It’s actually an ice-cream cake, with chocolate topping, oreos and white chocolate shavings!
Chee Wen was trying to protect the candles from everyone’s breath during the birthday song.
Wah so magical..
I can never get over the glow of birthday candles.
I also cannot resist big polystyrene covers.
You know those fancy hats british women wear to weddings and funeral? Eh wait, this is more like a hat box. -_-
Told ya that the cake is good shit.
In lieu of the dental dinner’s roaring success, Prof. Smales has made it a BDS tradition to host a celebration cum appreciation dinner for all the committee members and performers. This is the third year’s table.
The old ladies’ table, which was later joined by Prof. smales.
The Year 1 and Year 2 table.
Gender segregation -_-. A Year 1 and Year 2 table as well.
Purely Year 3!
Nahh.. the relatively tiny amount of Year 4 pioneer students. Our class only has 37 people compared to the Year 3 which has about 50, the Year 2 about 50 as well and I think the year1 has close to 70 students!(the government upped the intake quota last year for private dental schools).
Year 4 and some Year 3.
Year 3 and Year 4 again. You should know who is who by now!
Hahahha Prof. Smales damn cute right.. he can’t stand the noisy Yam Seng cheer!
The other juniors were roaring with Yam Seng cheers, so we couldn’t possibly lose out, could we?
If got Karaoke, Maxis will surely be the first one up on stage.
Sigh, not my fault that my coursemates are all super petite girls!
This was supposed to be a tights/leggings photo. But don’t know who so clever go and take the upper parts of our body.
L-r: Sook Mei, Ei Leng, Gerviene, Cassandra and myself.
One of the weekends, Soon Seng invited me to join him for the Ultimate Nokia N96 race. About 15 participants have been shortlisted to take part in the race and he was one of them! How fortunate right? Before the start of the race, they were already given an N96 phone which they get to keep!! The race required them to do some activities with the phone around a few spots in KL with a partner. So I was the lucky partner. Check out his cool N96! I sure hope he has managed to collect money from Joshua already. (check out the date. -_-)
To show you that we really went for the Nokia N96 race.
To show you my cute shorts which I wore that day.
David Lian, the awesome PR guy for Nokia who is practically a permanent fixture in the blogging scene already!
So this was the complicated map that we had to follow. I was very lucky that Soon Seng knows his way around KL. We just ran directly to each spot without having to ask for directions!
See! So sweaty already! We were actually the last pair to take off because Soon Seng forgot to synchronize this programme on his phone that was needed when we were in the race. I was all geared but had to jam brake!
No photos of all the places we went to though. When you’re only given 96 minutes to run to Sg. Wang’s Arcade Center, then run to the Nokia Flagship store at Lowyat, and out to the Speedy Video shop along Jalan Bukit Bintang, and then all the way to this Cultural Artsy Fartsy place near PAVILLION WTFFFF (we had to run there okay?) and then back up to the Standard Chartered building next to Pavillion and BACK again to Speedy because it was closed before that. After that, we had to run back to Lot 10 which was the finishing point.
You should read Soon Seng’s post about our little massive adventure. I easily covered 8km by foot that day. This is coming from the girl who would rather swim than run, who drives over to her classmates’ place two roads away, who drives to the Indian grocery store down the road and still within eyesight to buy pandan leaves.
There were activites at each spot. At the Arcade center, we had to play Percussion Master or Streetfighter and win up to Level 2 before we could proceed to the next part.
Aiyah you read Soon Seng’s post lah, it’s more detailed than mine.
One of the organizers explaining to the participant that the Speedy sales assistant was on his way from Cheras. Haih.
After a side-splitting, leg breaking sprint to the finishing line, Soon Seng and I collapsed to the floor, coming in 4th place! Not bad at all for a non-runner like me!
I was actually red in the face, and was not looking my most glamorous.
But after awhile, the red glow made all of us more radiant!
l-r: Chloe, Skyler, myself.
Soon Seng and a funny lady(sorry! can’t remember your name 🙁 ) from a gaming magazine pretending to be tired.
And they wanted a nicer photo too. Hehe.
The food was awesome and is courtesy of Nokia!
Myself and May May.
Soon Seng and Curryegg.
Instead of consolation prizes, we had free meals and what’s left of the RM100 given to us at the start of the race. It was good enough for me! Thank you Nokia!
The winning pair was a father-daughter duo and they won a trip to Phuket for two! How lucky!
A group photo before we disbanded.
Giving our thanks to Nokia!
One more before Soon Seng followed me to hunt for shoes in Sg. Wang and on a sticker shopping mission that lasted for three hours. (sorry Soon Seng!)
And right after that was Jon’s surprise birthday party organized by Charis who is my newest friend now! Charis, Jon and another friend Ben have moved in to an apartment at Bandar Utama together! How fun right? It’s like FRIENDS!
Chia Wei was there too! I’ve not seen this girl since.. a few years ago. I’ve known her since she was 8 years old. Naughty little girl with her other 8 year old classmates disturbing me while I took care of the staircase in front of their classroom. (That was my territory as a 9 year old prefect, the Block D tangga.)
Chee Kiang in mid-run as Jon turns the lock in the door.
Hiding, hoping to give Jon a nice surprise. Chee Kiang was ‘supposed’ to be in Singapore. 🙂
Shhhh… we were waiting for him to come into Charis’ room.
We actually celebrated his birthday earlier. This way, he won’t even suspect a thing! Haha.
Jon being appreciative.
Then Chee Kiang came out to surprise Jon!
Daryl felt disgusted by all the manly love going around.
Was this a Tequila? I can’t remember, but we dumped one of the cream deco from the cake into it and lined the glass with more cream.
Gross but it’s for the birthday boy.
I edited wrongly, sigh. Cheers!
Maybe it can even qualify to be a proper drink!
Jon gave it a go.
Down it boy!
….. don’t think he enjoyed it too much.
Daryl’s camwhoring skills have improved tremendously!
Meet Caryn! Another new friend. 🙂
This stupid Daryl asked me to take such a disturbing looking photo. Anyway, if you see a doctored version of this photo anywhere else, remember! You saw it here first. 🙂
The chaco’s was good shit. Couldn’t stop popping them.
This Daryl seriously bo liao. And the colour of this picture turned out to be quite eery. However, Daryl’s leg hair has proved to be quite the ‘good luck charm’. If you pull out a few of his leg hairs, make a wish and then blow it away, it might just come true. We discovered his lucky leg hair back in 2006 when we went to Port Dickson together.
The awesome view from their apartment. Jon said that sometimes, they can even see Genting Highlands.