now at aloy’s place using his com…

today he ORD! so happy with him!

we went to watch ‘Lady’s Killer’ starring Tom Hanks…

ok-ok movie… then we went to eat steamboat at Joaquim (which is at suntec)…

yep, de one tat smells oh so heavenly!!!!

so freaking full… though dear doesnt like steamboat or bbq, he today spoils me by bringing me there. *wide grin*..

didnt take pics.. someone dun wanna take. *poutz*

at least de meal is one thing off my wishlist!!!

anyway, did a quiz..

I like to have a martini, two at the very most — after three I’m under the table; after four, I’m under the host. — Dorothy Parker

Audrey Hepburn’s character Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s is the quintessential Party Girl. Truman Capote named her for a woman who creates a holiday of life, and who takes it lightly. That classic scene of her standing in front of Tiffany’s eating her breakfast roll and sipping coffee after being out on the town all night, her fridge with nothing in it, those wild cocktail parties. All very Party Girl.

New York City is also very Party Girl. As are LA, Miami Beach, London, Amsterdam, and of course, Vegas, baby, Vegas. Party Girls hate rural areas, because their worst nightmare is to be somewhere where there’s nothing going on. The Party Girl is an extrovert, and she’s usually very popular. If you’re the kind of guy who likes to spend his Saturday nights watching DVDs or playing Scrabble, the Party Girl may be an unwise choice. She likes to have F-U-N.

If you want to keep up with this girl, you will need to know how to make a killer margarita, how to cure a hangover, and how to find the energy not to pull a wet-blanket, negatron move like falling asleep by the fifth club of the evening. (The answer to that last one is to have another vodka and Red Bull.)

She Might Be a Party Girl if:

1.She drives: a convertible or other sports car, or she rides on a “party bus” (you know, the ones that take you from bar to bar). Also: cabs and limousines.

2. She can talk for more than ten minutes about: the hottest bars, restaurants, and clubs — in short, “the scene.”

3. She begins her sentences with: “Make it a double.”

4. She’d never: take up knitting.

5. She owns any of the following: cell phone, PDA or Filofax (to manage all her contacts), a sleeping mask and earplugs (since she often doesn’t come home until the wee hours), travel-size toothbrushes and very dark sunglasses (for when she doesn’t come home at all).

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