You better watch out
You better not cry
You better not pout
I’m telling you why
Xmas Party is coming again!
It’s the time of year again, and as usual, I am throwing another X’mas Eve Party this year. This has become some what of an annual event since I moved to this location in 2004, and we’ve had awesome fun over the past 3 years. This year is gonna be no different!
Here are the details:
- Wear like an Ahbeng or Ahlian. People like Galvin can just come as normal, since he is from Klang and therefore, already an Ahbeng. Also, Suanie is from batu pahat, so… nevermind.
- Bring a gift of value at around RM 10 for gift exchange, photo frames and candles prohibited, use your imagination! (tips: fox brought home a toilet seat cover 2 years ago)
- no shoes nor smoking indoor
- I provide booze, but feel free to bring some tidbits or more booze if you think you’re a really heavy drinker. You are not obligated to bring anything other than the gift for exchange.
- party starts at 9pm 24/12/2007 till the last drunkard goes home
- location: 8, Lorong SS3/59B, PJ (just behind Taman Bahagia LRT station, Google Map Link)
You might have been invited by me on facebook, but do bring yourself here even if you aren’t on facebook or if I somehow left it out! It’s gonna be a blast! SEE YOU HERE!
Check out the previous Xmas party report:
Xmas Eve Party 2005
Xmas Eve Party 2006
This Xmas Eve Party is the third we’ve had after I moved to SS3, and as usual, we had a pretty good night. I had the honor of having some 30 guests to have fun with. For those who came, I hope you enjoyed, and for those who missed out due to travel, sickness or whatever, there’s always the next year.
The party people:
from da house: KY, Kerol, Huey Fang, Audrey
the bloggers: Val, ST, Suanie, Terence, Galvin, Kim, Kelvin, Nick, Erna
the non bloggers: Damien, Margie, Dree, Lorna, Duncan, Kwan Wai, Chan, Sai Meng, Fox
the new comers: Adrian, Alan, Yoga, Sueter, Ashraf Lee, Simon, Lula, Suanie’s 2 neighbours
disco lights and drinks, the party people with horrid dresses
The Party started at around 9 something, we’ve got the drinks and booze prepared with some junk food. Duncan and Audrey brought some pretty good fried rice and Hokkien mee from Melaka (stuff with lots of pork lard) too. It was chit chats and drinking, and a little bit of dancing going on (only a little bit cos FA the dancing queen was away travelling).
the hot chicks, and the camwhore
By around 10:30 Kerol’s cake was brought out and the birthday girl got a big glass of drinks to gulp down, prepared by Terence. It was one of the better drinks prepared by the dude, the other inventions of this guy were purely horrible mixes of alcohol from different parts of the world.
it was Kerol’s birthday too!
We started the gift exchange just before midnight. There were a little over two dozen gifts on the floor, each supposedly to be worth around RM 10. Kim got lucky and drew the last number.
the gift exchange starts
Margie got the first and picked the gift from Lorna. That turned out to be a “hamper” of sort, filled with instant noodle, canned Lai Chee, and some 3-in-1 instant drinks. It’s only fitting that Margie is heading to Australia for study, they don’t sell Soup Tulang Maggie Mee over there I bet. Some other memorable gifts were the goggle and gas mask that Lula picked, a pack of sweets Val selected, and the 5 professional studio photo time that Galvin got from Ashraf.
the mask, for the haze?
Again, Fox gave an over value gift (an original PC game last year), this time an ergonomic keyboard that the lucky Kelvin picked. Everyone thought that Kim was going to snatch it with her last number, but the noob picked the last gift instead and gotten herself a box of Panadol. I guess it’s good to cure her headache from pondering why she didn’t go for the keyboard instead.
everyone got something cool, and then there’s Kim with the Panadols
Unlike Fox the hero last year, nobody puked this year. Perhaps we grew slightly more matured and responsible for our own body? Nay, I think it was because Cass the hustler was down sick and didn’t come to force everyone to drink. We had an awesome time nonetheless, how was your party?
note: Due to the World Wide Wait phenomena following the tragic earth quake at Southern Taiwan, this post is delayed for several days.