1 more day…

Taken at the roof of a school in Pokhara, Nepal.

Till we land on the beautiful landscape of Kathmandu!

Absolutely excited to be seeing the mountains!

More work to churn before flying off.

Had the biggest laugh earlier.

I had asked my boss about a guy we knew through work partnership.

I needed to seek his gay-dar opinion as me and several friends are interested in matchmaking him with a girlfriend. Boss thinks he’s gay. DAMN!

I thought a ‘les mis’-t-shirt wearer would just signify he’s a literary guy!

Anyway my stomach is literally churning from the ‘internal laughter’, imagining the what-ifs should we had gone ahead with the match. HAHAHAHAHA! Oh my stomach!

Nb. I know some friends/ acquaintances do read this space so if you think I’m referring to you, you are given a license to bitchslap me if you are not who we think you are. Yes, the one who worked with me previously and wore a les-mis t-shirt. We really want to match you with a very sweet friend!

*Post trip update: He is as straight as whatever-that’s-straight can be. And we are not going ahead with the matchmaking. Cheyyy.


For a getaway


Back from Bangkok, Thailand.

Had tonnes of fun during the Songkran Festival. Now I get why Thailand was labelled the land of smiles. The Thais are pure friendly and nice. I think I need to get back soon.


Till then, Nepal is waiting for me in May and I haven’t got my supplies packed. Can’t wait to meet the kids again! The months spent in Nepal were probably the most enlightening for me.

Thanks and no thanks Facebook

Man. If Facebook were a person, I’ll bitch slap him/her upside down for ruining my stalker-life.

I was reading a funny article about crushes on Thought Catalog yesterday and I suffered nonstop giggles for the whole day just recollecting on the silly stuff I’ve did when I was crushing on people. Gone were the days of running past a crush’s classroom and hoping to catch a glimpse of him being studious or yummy-looking. With the advent of social media, my career of stalking crushes was taken to a higher level. And being a communications graduate, finding out what my crush ate for lunch was way too easy. That said, there were also the disadvantageous aspects to freaking Facebook, my stalker-device. =.=

  1. Facebook told me the guy was gay and had no intention of liking any girl.
  2. Facebook shared with me his political ideas which I’m totally against. He bitched about a politician that had just passed away! OMFG! Where’s the respect?!?!
  3. Facebook made me see his crappy photos from school. What’s with that middle-parting hair??
  4. Facebook restricted me from seeing his Timeline. Damnit!!
  5. Facebook gossiped about the sloppy habits he had. Unshaven for days?!? WHAT?!
  6. Facebook threw me into a state of turmoil when I found out he had a girlfriend/boyfriend/WHATEVER!
  7. Facebook state him as a fervent ‘jrock’ fan. Hey! No goth-art and squeaky weird songs!
  8. Facebook had photos of him with other ladies. Excuse me while I do a quick check
    on them.
  9. Facebook unveiled his grammatically incorrect English. I thought we live in a well-educated society?
  10. Facebook turned me into a full time creep, stalking an impossible fellow every few hours and I couldn’t stop!

Facebook ruined the perfect image of every crush I had. But thanks to FB, I did have a fair share of fun!

fyi. This is a collection of realisation from my years of stalker-rage on different guys.