The drama in me really wants to type: “I can barely lift my finger typing this” but that would be lying. In fact, I feel fine. I am aching a little bit but I feel mostly fine. If you read my previous post, and my many Tweets on Tuesday night, you would know that I […]
Earlier this month (or late last month), one of the biggest topics around town was the issue of our Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin declaring himself as Malay first. This topic has been making its rounds in Parliament for a couple of weeks by then, I believe on March 18, DAP stalwart Lim […]
I’m not, for the most part, a fitness freak. I understand the value of exercising, but for the life of me, am too lazy most of the time! That said, I have had a membership to a fitness centre for the past four to five years (although most of the time, I show up for […]
Those of you who read R.AGE, the youth platform of The Star which I work with, might have noticed our little announcement about Khairy Jamaluddin in the papers last week. The R.AGE team will be meeting with KJ, as he is fondly known, later this week to ask him questions (set by you!).
Well, I thought I’d get the syiok sendiri picture out of the way first before I start blogging about yesterday’s Project Alpha Blogger’s Launch party at Cathay Cineleisure. After all, how often does one have a huge bunting with one’s face on it. Not very often I’d say, at least for me!
If you weren’t at the press conference or at the Blogger’s Launch for Project Alpha today at Cathay Cineleisure, you would probably have missed the trailer to Season 2 of Project Alpha! Well, unless you visit Hot Magazine’s site that is and watch the clip – piracy at it’s best!
The weekend just past wasn’t just Easter weekend. On Saturday, it was also World Pillow Fight Day! Many, many cities around the world organised Pillow Fights to commemorate the day … just for the heck of it!
I don’t celebrate Easter but I know all about the Easter Bunny. Well, at least I’ve heard of it. I’m not sure what the significance is but when I was studying in Australia and Easter was a big thing (supermarkets were selling Easter eggs and bunny chocolates like there was no tomorrow), I bought many […]
This week in The Bangsar Boy, I talked about competitions. I wrote about my sister’s obsession with them, and my lack of enthusiasm for contests in general. But there’s really not much to talk about the subject that isn’t already in the article so check it out here.
Guys, if you walk into a Keretapi Tanah Melayu commuter train soon which will full of women, don’t get any ideas. Walk out. Girls, the same goes for you (a compartment full of men, that is). It’s just a new policy by KTM Berhad, announced yesterday by its president Dr Aminuddin Adnan.