Islin said that the picture in the last post, of that couple making out, is not mcm paparazzi, but instead mcm some po/rn/ogra/phic vo/y/eur-ish thing. Hehehe. I thought it was a really cool picture though =D
Met up with her last night, and went to Changi Village for my nasi ayam penyet.
Islin says the funkiest things sometimes, like “I can’t believe I’m seeing you drive”. I didn’t really know how to respond to that, hahaha. Dinner was very fun, we had penyet of course, and ikan pari bakar, and talked and laughed and giggled. Had cheapo ice-cream from Cheers after that, and drove one round looking at a bapok. Hehehe. And then I drove her back, sat in the car at her carpark, and shared facts (in other words, gossiped, haha) – and had to end it abruptly because I so needed to pee.
I would have gone to her house to pee, but nak kena turun 4 tingkat sorang2, makes me a bit scared. Haha.
It was fun lah last night, should do again soooon!
And I’m sorry you had to cancel your date with your cousin because of me
Maj starts his shift work today, so he’s on his way back home now, as I’m typing this – 8.30pm.
I’ve been so busy at work, til got no time to blog in the office nowadays. Ini pon curi masa (if this is the right term, haha) after e-filing my income tax. Supposed to go masjid tonight with my parents, but I’m so tired – all I want to do is sleep, and get more sleep. After this, I’m going to bathe, and then.. sleep. Haha.
Tetapi, walaupon busy mcm gila kat office, I still got time to take 2 hour lunch with my darling ex-dept people. Haha. Kak Su, Kak El/s/y and Sh/uwei. Had lunch at Banquet Raffles Hosp, and then went to Kino, and then to Bugis B1, where we bought food for tea-break.
I bought a slice of mango cake from Royals. (btw, this cake shop is halal. You know how it’s so hard to find a halal cake shop? Even bengawan solo adds alcohol – or was it pork – into some of their cakes. Royals can be found at Bugis Junction & Tampines Mall – Basement 1)
This friday I’m not working – for the first time in a looooong loooooooooong time, I’m not working on a public holiday! I’m so surprised, and shocked, that I actually went to my former dept, and told Kak Su (she’s the manager of that dept) that if she needs people, I volunteer to come back – although now I’m not in her dept anymore. Haha.
I don’t think she needs my help though, so since Mazreen isn’t working on that day, I guess can go out with him la. Or something. Saturday we have a wedding to go to, and it’s a family (both families!) affair so we might be there long.
Ok, shall end this entry now. Nak mandi, nak call Mazreen, and nak tido.
(my grandma so cute, scolded me for calling Mazreen by his name. Said that I should show my respect for him, so don’t call him Mazreen. call by nama manja or something, hehehehe.
I’m so bad with nama manja you know!! I don’t know of any nama manja other than Abang and Sayang.
Abang is totally out, because we always make fun of that. Sayang? Very not me to say it la.
Usually I call him “Mazreen” or “You” as in, “You. Nak kluar?” that kind of thing. That “You” thing also I kena teased by his friends… When we are out with his friends, they will go “You.. ada rokok?” at Mazreen. Nonsense kan. Hahah.
So now I’m thinking la what to call him. Any suggestions? What do YOU call your other half?)