Saturday, October 29, 2011

Thinky thoughts

We grew up bombarded by images; stills and videos, in our media saturated world. I am sure many of us are skeptical about the idea of subliminal messages and how we are manipulated to buy, to believe, to act, by a group of nameless and faceless people driving media corporation.

But how many of us believe that pretty girls cannot do maths? How many of us believe that blondes are hotter than brunettes? How many of us obsess over what a female senior administrator look like rather than how well she can do her job?How many of us believe that women are emotional, conniving jerks? If you ever entertained such thoughts, please watch the video below.

If you have mothers, wives, daughters, sisters, I hope you rethink your stance.

There is hope!

... in the face of freaky people who don't believe in science.

Totally WTF.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Hugh! Hugh! Hugh!

Tonnes of Hugh Laurie and a new-found fear of hospitals coming up once you finish watching this video.


Tuesday, October 25, 2011

A yellow mind is a mellow one ...

I have been horrible about posting, and I do have stuff lying around in my brain waiting to be regurgitated. But in the mean time ...

(Moar under cut ... beware of tak senonoh stuff)

Wednesday, October 12, 2011


I love the honesty in her vocal expression. What music rocks your world? Do share.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Pity wishes aren't horses ...

... because, Freddie, I want someone to sing this to me in the morning, hehehe.

I love the 80's pop soul sensibilities. Very the Hall and Oates, no?

Monday, October 10, 2011

Violins and moonbeams

One of the sweetest and most romantic songs ever.

I give you Hujan's "Dikala Bulan Bermain Biola"

I hope you enjoy it.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Midweek sh*t and giggles

I have a lot of things I want to blog about, but am too lazy to organise my thoughts. So here's some more pictures!

Sunday, October 2, 2011

On how I freaked out my friend at the movie theatre

It started really innocuously. I went to watch this movie with Naz ...

And I was a sobbing mess at the end of it. Haven't cried like that watching anything; not since the staging of Lantai T Pinkie and Erma Fatima's amazing monologue way back in 1997. That one was really bad in that there were 4 of us watching the theatre with only 2 pieces of Kleenex between us. FML.

Anyway ... most of my friends know that I have been frothing at the mouth to watch this movie thanks to this man,

who is not only dastardly attractive and massively talented, but also warm and kind and just bloody adorable as seen on his interviews.

But I have to say that I was absolutely ecstatic with how Gavin O'Connor crafted a family drama with mixed martial arts as a sport as a background.

Mad fangirl squeals and massive spoilers ahoy!