I think the city of Kuching has something against me.
I'm racking my brain as to whether I went out with any Sarawakian during my carefree days.. Did I unceremoniously dump anybody who hails from Bumi Kenyalang?
I went through a nightmare to get here, and now my return flight has been delayed.
I'm pretty sure I didn't, so perhaps the stars were not properly aligned.
Arghhh! I believe I just heard an announcement on a further delay to my flight! I cannot believe this!!!
Let me go, Kuching, you have to let me goooo....
Wednesday, March 19, 2008
Posted by Hyphenated L at 6:31 PM
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Everyone's talking about it.. what else, what I wore on E-day.
First and foremost, I was decent.
Oversized white shirt - So I won't be the talk of the Polling Station.
Chocolate tights - So I can stay true to my yumminess.
Gold peep toe wedge - So I'll have that extra 3 inches.
(OOooo the description above applies to all of us on so many levels!)
We all know what the outcome is. I am proud of my fellow Malaysians! You wanted your voice to be heard, and you made it happen. And now it's all about stepping out in style (now that I've gotten my E-day outfit drama behind me).
I'm talking about stepping out from yourselves and do your thing. Keep reminding yourselves why, you are where you are, both who made it in and got ousted.
So what have we learned?
You can still be chic on E-Day, eventhough you're voting in a Islamic school
Never underestimate the power of tights or the power of the people.
Posted by Hyphenated L at 12:56 AM
Tuesday, March 04, 2008
Yes, its that time again.. Election!
Whilst other people battle on which candidate to vote for, I have another dilemma to add to the impending E-Day.
What to wear.
Yes, you heard me right, what should I wear? It's not that I don't care about the political or moral standings of the candidates. I do. After all, I did major in Political Science. I can go on for hours talking about the state of our political scene. But this blog, in all seriousness, is about things which are needlessly complicated, right?
So I found out that I'll be voting in an Islamic school, and the first thing that came to mind is whether I should be wearing a headscarf or not, to which my dad said, "were you planning to wear a swimsuit? baju biasa je laaaaaa.."
But which baju biasa?????
Posted by Hyphenated L at 3:49 PM