Ok before I start let me just say. You know how in the previous blog entry I posted some videos of Ray William Johnson up.
I ended up with getting like... 0 comments (well until the last minute I got one. One... out of 3,000 of you guys who read this blog a day) which is a whole new record. I don't think I had ever gotten 0 comments in a blog entry before. Sure sure I know what you guys were thinking. You were thinking "As*hole... simply do one entry, dowan comment!". But hey!!!! I liked his videos. Haha
Anyway on to today's entry.
You know sometimes when you're a blogger and when you think you run out of things to blog about, I find the best thing to do is just bring your camera with you from the start of the day till the end and make it a point to take a picture to document everything you did that day.
Then at the end of the day when you start looking at all the pictures you take, you'll realize that you have a story to tell.
Here's my story for Saturday :)
Princess and I woke up really freakin late. We missed breakfast. Not only did we miss breakfast, I think we missed lunch too. By the time we were out for lunch, it was past 2.15PM.
We went for lunch at this coffee shop in Imbi.
After lunch we headed to Gardens.
We were supposed to meet Ah Quah there for a drink at Alexis but we got there early so we did a little bit of shopping.
After buying our CDs, she went to this little stall to buy a hat for her Mister Potato advertorial coming up next. She's supposed to look like Mister Potato.
Or Mrs Potato. *ponders*... wait a minute... I'm watching you Mister Potato *waves fist in air*.
Then along the way she started shopping for some other stuff too.
Like this little hair band thing.
She was trying to decide on whether to go for the light pink one or the dark pink one. I told her that the dark pink might look better because her hair colour was kinda light so it provided more contrast.
She ended up buying the light pink one though. It's one of those things where sometimes the girlfriend asks your opinion but she doesn't really want it. She just really wants to make you feel included in the decision making process. It's eventually up to her anyway.
I managed to pull Princess away for shopping and we went to Speedy to buy a DVD of Michael Jackson's Live concert is Bucharest. Michael Jackson... is a legend! I admire how he has so much attention to details in his performances. Watch "This is It" and you'll understand what I mean.
I ended up buying another one of his CDs and one of Michael Buble's older albums.
I asked Princess to take a picture of me with my new CDs and she took this picture.
Cutting off the top part of my head.
So I made her take another one.
Princess on the other hand ended buying some Ayumi Hamasaki CD collection.
Shortly after we bought our CDs, Ah Quah called to say that he was here. We met in Alexis where I had my favourite Pavlova.
I know a lot of people here know Alexis is famous for its Tiramisu but try the Pavlova, it's awesome.
Ah Quah was telling us about how when Lee Min Ho came down he was one of the people who acted as his bodyguards for his trip here. That means he would follow Lee Min Ho around and do crowd control.
If you don't know who Lee Min Ho is. He's one of the actors from the Korean version of Meteor Garden called "Boys over flowers" or something like that. I remember watching it once on TV and remembering how they made all the guys look so good looking its no wonder Malaysian girls don't find our local guys good looking anymore.
Apparently Lee Min Ho has this little stuffed toy that he brings around wherever he travels. His PA would carry it for him and he hugs it to sleep every night. I haven't seen it so I don't know how it looks like but if you see a lady carrying a stuffed toy next to him in an airport or something, that must be it.
With a full stomach and after having caught up on a lot of things, Ah Quah left. Princess and I went to do my favourite thing of the week.
Grocery shopping! Yay!
We went home after that to have dinner (made with the chicken we just bought). Then watched the DVD of Michael Jackson's concert that I had just bought.
After dinner it was time.
Time for us to go to Bukit Jalil for DiGi Music Live to catch the All-American Rejects. It was drizzling when we left our home and we were expecting it to rain but I decided that rain wasn't going to stop us.
We met up with David, Hui Wen and Judd (one of our Nuffies from the Philippines) there.
We also happened to meet one of our readers. She reads both our blogs :)
I think her name was Lynette.
Thank you for reading us Lynette.
Also met Vox, Benjicajess and some otherfriends there (Ah didn't manage to get a picture with you guys. Will do next time).
When we got there, AAR was just about to come out to perform. The crowd... was freaking WILD!
Halfway through the performance it even started drizzling but nobody gave a damn. Everybody just sang along and clapped with their yellow DiGi clappers... which I thought were really cute by the way.
I took a video of them performing my favourite song "I wake up every evening".
Apologize if it was a little jumpy. I took this video from my phone camera and at times I was jumping along with the crowd which explains the simulated earthquake.
I also kinda ruined another concert video again by singing along but I couldn't help it. Everyone was singing along too and that made me want to join in. Check out the video and look at the cute little yellow DiGi clappers. I was trying to get my hands on one but didn't know where to find it. Almost resorted to clobbering someone in the face and snatching it from him hehe.
At the end of the night, I thought it was really cool that DiGi planned this concert just for its DiGi Music subscribers. Thank you DiGi, for the wonderful concert.
So that everyone... was my Saturday. How was yours?