27 January 2014


Happy birthday to me, happy birthday to me, happy birthday, happy birthday, happy birthday to me!

I had the best night ever. All thanks to my crazy friends. We went to Morganfield's Pavilion for dinner, afterwards they took me to Marini's on 57 at Menara 3 Petronas for drinks (I have been wanting to go to Marini's on 57 for a very long time. I absolutely have this love for places with views; especially of Kuala Lumpur). The view was oh-so-freakishly-beautiful! And we ended the night with mamak food and drinks. My birthday was unquestionably perfect. Just so perfect!

My friends made me a scrapbook, my birthday-slash-farewell gift and they called it "The Bible". They were pictures and little notes from everyone: my friends, my lecturers and my course mates! And then, there's The Bro Code book. They took all the trouble to pre-order this book and forced me to take an oath, which was actually pretty funny and cute.

"I, Joanna Foong, swear to oblige, to fulfil and to apply all 150 articles of The Bro Code. 
And if I, Joanna Foong, fail to oblige, fulfil or apply any article that may present itself, I will then be sentenced to purchase a lifetime of clothing for Ei Leen, pay an eternity of Bellena's bills, organise a weekly pork buffet dinner for Renee, name all my future children with Italian names from Kai Sean, become a personal driver for Khar Khiaw and a (WTF?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?) blow job for Steven
Lastly, I must not be afraid to say that 'I'm a bro' - Daddy's Home."

Tengah syiok sendiri. Anthony tak pernah wear tiara before.


Bellena, Anthony (Khar Khiaw), moi, Ei Leen, Renee, Kai Sean and Steven.

Thank you so much guys. Thanks for celebrating my big birthday with me. I'm so happy I got to spend it with all of you. You are really the best, craziest friends I've ever had. I wish I didn't have to leave for Auz, I wish I could bring all of you over. I'll never ever forget every single one of you. My time in Sunway U was the best two and the half years of my life, all thanks to all of you. I love you guys so much. You guys are one hell of the best friends I've ever had. XOXOXOXO ♥︎

12 January 2014

Hair mistakes I made

1. BANGS. I know they look oh-so-adorable, but not everyone can pull this look off. I swear, once upon a time, I would always end up doing it, even when I know that I look plain ridiculous in bangs. Why do I even do it? I know, it's really really cute, but... The thing I really loathe about bangs is you either have to maintain it (or have it poking your eyes out), or grow it out. And growing it out sucks. There'd be a time where your fringe is neither here or there, but it's there; sticking at the side of your head, ruining your pretty little face. Anyways, I have already decided: No more bangs for me!

2. CURLS. You know, what the hell was I thinking?! Seriously, WTH. No idea what was I thinking when I decided to perm my long hair. I was "in the moment" to have curls. No, it was not pretty. It was a mess. The only upside was I didn't have to comb my hair, but otherwise, never ever do this. Just styling it for a day or night, maybe yes. If you have beautiful, natural curls, then yes. But to have fake, shitty curls like mine? Better be prepared for hell, it ain't gonna look pretty. Well, good thing I manage to cut almost all of it off. Seriously, what the hell did I do to myself?! OMFG lah lolol.

3. WISPY LAYERED. Don't deny it, we all used to have this hairstyle. Wispy, thin layers from top to bottom. It was the trend many years ago, it was the hairstyle every girl had to have. All my friend had this style, every girl in high school did. I'm never going back there. It was difficult to tie my hair into a ponytail, it made my head look bigger. What a mess. Why why why? No idea. Everyone had it, I had to. But you know, I grew outta that phase and some girls still have it. Well, some of you may know this style as the lala girl hairstyle. Okay, laugh all you want, but mine wasn't that extreme :)