Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Surprises and Horror

Surprise, Surprise

Yesterday on June 15th, 2009, i had a surprise visit from my boo after my first day in class after a two week break. i swear, i was swept off my feet.

It was about 1.30pm in the afternoon. i just finished my lunch, watched a lil bit of CNN.

"Yes, CNN. there was nothing better to watch, don't ask"

Ian, 10.51pm, June 16th, 2009

i didn't bother to shower, i head straight into the room and started to play Dragonica. i can't help myself, its just entertaining to me, its just so cute and destructive and questy.

"...but i digress"

so as i was playing, it was barely 5 minutes into the game, my uncle yells from downstairs, "Ian! your friends are here to see you!". i was literally puzzled. i thought it could've been Terrence. the dude was persuading me to play snooker with him earlier on. i initially insisted on joining him as well but i felt tired and had a terrible temptation to play Dragonica as well so i opted to be back home in my 'lair'. and at that very moment, i actually thought was he actually that desperate to play to the point he has to climb his way all the way to my house with a friend to drag me out for a game of 8-Ball or so?

*out of the room*
*down the staircase*
*down the hall*
*at the doorstep*


i see two girls at the door. at that very sight i thought i was having secret admirers again although had did they even get my address? upon closer inspection, i discovered a strangely familiar feature about their hair. it was as though these two pleasing doves are closer to me than i percieved.

at the time, they were watching my grandma give my dog, JoJo a bath. and as they turned their heads, i knew it had to me them. first face to appear was booooo's and emerging from the shadows was Mechaaaaaa!

and speaking of Mecha~


two weeks ago, boo, Mecha, Mages and i went for Earthquake at Swensen's. word of the day:


on the occasion whereby its 50% discount off Earthquakes on Tuesdays, we decided to have a lil piece of heaven over at swensens an relish in the ever delicable frozen dairy treats at this pleasant establishment. we had a nice place right by the window and there, we feasted.

8 flavors with toppings: Mecha picked orange sherbet and pistachio almond, Mages picked mango and cookies n' cream, I picked macadamia and yam, boo picked chewy chocolate and thin mint. once again, indulgence.

Mages - yours truly - Boo

Mecha camwhoring~

Mecha's infamous "I-am so-freakin' happy-smile"

"the experience was ultimately, delightful"

Ian, 11.18pm, June 16th, 2009


so i stood there, in awe of what i saw. these two girls were at my doorstep.. and i wasn't even expecting them! i had the thought i was gonna spend a dull day gaming first, working out, calling boo every now and then while she's in class until she gets home and see her the next day (which is today). and there she was, right before me. its as though some higher authority materialized her before me just when i had a deep longing for her while i was in class today. 'nough said, literally, swept off my feet. later we went on to play a lil bit of Left4Dead, had lunch at BRJ... which was a rather hysterical event really.
"there we were, three hooligans sitting down at the mamak, laughing with tears projected all the way onto the glass of the spectacles and exploding guts like a couple of donkeys-on-dope for over an hour an a half"

Ian, 11.27pm, June 16th, 2009

we just had one roti banjir, two roti milos, one nan cheese, and several cans of soya bean. who would've though that minute amount of sugar could actually put people on sugar rush. soon, it wasn't long before they had to go home. i was glad Mecha was with boo. i can't afford to have boo go home alone, let alone at night.

on their way home, they got onto the bus and miraculously sat
on the place where people usually set their bags on. i have photographic evidence~

amazing, isn't it?
"that concludes a day. thanks for the surprise visit boo!"

Ian, 11.54pm, June 16th, 2009

The Next Day (June 16th)

i met boo at KL central and decided to go for a movie at KLCC. i brought banana pancakes from home for her to sample. later in the afternoon, we watched Drag Me to Hell which i swear, was the most terrifying horror flick i have ever layed witness to. it was scary, it was disturbing, literally spine chilling. its no wonder it was positively recieved by the public judging by the quality of the script, material and scare-value of the film. i'd give it a 4 out of 5 based on my perception as a horror flick enthusiast. however, i wouldn't recommend the movie to those spiritually weak. it felt rather unholy and the entire concept on summoning otherworldly beings and tinkering around with the spiritual world was very freightening. movie was good though, hands down. i'd compare the quality of this to the likes of Quarantine, another critically acclaim and well done horror film.

"my compliments to Sam Raimi (Drag Me To Hell) and John Erick Dowdle (Quarantine)."

Ian, 12.12am, June 17th, 2009

after the movie, met a really cool friend of Mecha's, Effie. she donned many piercings and spoke fluently in english. took my breathe away. looking forward to hang out with her again.

a random shot from Mecha while at KLCC park

To all my faithful readers or unfaithful, whoever's reading my blog basically,

there will be an upcoming event i will be proposing;

i) 24th /26th/27th June - on any one of these days, do contact me if any of you wish to join me to catch the Premiere of Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen. please please please call me if possible, i'm not as textficient as i used to be~

"call me (grin)"

I've got class the next day, i'm not even prepared.
Beefcake out.