Tuesday, April 20, 2010

My 12 hour Sunday

What a day... phew. As predicted, heart crusher crew completed a hat trick of PC Fair visits. But what started out as a short visit to a friend lasted RM14 in KLCC parking.
But for such a big eyed lass, was it not worth the trip?
As she was only working on Sunday that's why we made the trip to KLCC.
Wanted to go at 11 a.m. as soon as the door opened but we arrived half an hour later but even then the place was packed! It was extremely difficult to even take photos... case and point the photo below... Just as I press the shutter, some one would step in the frame.
even catching the eyes of these beautiful ladies was laborious.
So I had to settle for one at a time.
It was bad enough that had to contend with every tom, dick or sally 
that think they're a photographer because they own a dSLR... 
but then even aunties want to use their h/p to photograph the girls.
Who I pitied the most was these ladies who were given the duty of giving out free fans. If you think S'poreans are kiasu, you have yet to meet the ill mannered Malaysians. instead of orderly lining up or even giving space for the wokers, each and every one pushed and reached in demanding one...
In spite of all that, Sunday was probably the best for me as we slowly made our rounds this time instead of rushing... this time had the time to start at the PC guru,..
and even to visit Space :)

Visiting PC fair also gives me an appreciation of the hardship the workers endure. One example is the model on the left. I was told that she fell while working on Saturday but as you can see that with slapping on a plaster and a sticker over it and she keeps working with a smile.
Speaking of which, I also admire how the popular ones can smile all day and even look soo sincere, 
and even more than that be so friendly... 
And for the first time in my life told that I always smile... but for such a lovely lady which guy would not smile?hope she likes the photo...
Was fascinated that this year, some of the booths even with their limited budget tried to make things interesting by having something different each day. 
The human statues changed colours,
The girls from E8ge had a different uniform
but from what I've seen I prefer these kimono's best
Even the little things like dressing up the dolls,
The guy behind the dolls looked like he was having so much fun doing it too.
And Avira brought out a robot to compliment their beautiful showgirls.

Anyway, time for more sights than sounds... :)
for the guys enjoy the eye candy...
This lady is so skinny! and gladly posed for me :)
had to get the lovely bunnies again... especially since haven't seen the 2nd one from the left since last years College Model Angel.
and you wouldn't believe how hard it was to get this photo of this sweet girl whom we met from last years PC Fair.
And just to add some testosterone to this post... some pic of guys hehe... I was actually fascinated by the cowboy hats and the nature deco.

After all the madness, we rushed to take photo of a friends place. Good thing we arrived not a moment too late as it was getting dark and the rain was falling.

After which I rushed to a friends full moon celebration... (cute eh?) and that is not the mother but kidnapped by someone else hehe..
and ended the night by playing (well observed most of the time) this odd card game. 
but cute drawings eh?

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