Drawing Down The Curtains

Ladies and Gentlemen,

We regretfully inform that the Skanky Duo Show is no longer showing.

Its been a great nine months while it lasted and we thank you for your tremendous support.

I have no regrets only fond memories remain.

I love you always and forever.

And you will always be my smelly and naughty baby.

-Live Long & Prosper

9 Months

Today is our 9th month together. A whole 9 months. Awesome. :)

Happy 9th Month Baby~~~

-Live Long & Prosper

A Little Gift

You know how people usually take for granted the small little things that goes on everyday. Like the scent of a person, the way he fix his hair in the morning or the way he looks when he sleeps.

The other day, I did something random again and it seems I can only do random things. I don't really do things for special occasions like Valentine or birthdays or stuff like that. I do them every other day when it pops up.

After work, I went to the bakery downstairs of my office to buy chocolate balls. Its so delicious the balls. Very chocolaty
and covered with chocolate rice but not sweet at all. It just pure chocolate. Yummy. And its super cheap. Its only RM0.60 for one. Double yummy.

So there I was with my faghag, Leesh and I saw the sweetest thing~~~ Its a mini cake with chocolate coating, covered with chocolate rice, tiny heart shape thing made from sugar and the whole cake is the shape of heart. Its a very adorable mini cake. Its so adorable that it made me buy it in a heartbeat. Yes, I'm very compulsive when it comes to the
se things. Sweet things that I can do for McDave to brighten his day.

(Isn't this adorable and delicious?)

I bought it and off I went to where he's working. We had dinner in McDonald's and had the cake. He finished like 3/4 of the cake cause he said he was super hungry. We managed to have our time alone together and it seemed like ages ago the last time we had a nice little meal together.

We chatted, stuffed ourselves with the cake and took pictures of him. Funny how both of us have the same phone but we have yet to take a picture that has both of us in it. Gonna make that a priority the next time I see him. Spent like about an hour there and when it was time for me to go, he was saying good bye and I saw a little smile of his. A smile that I've not seen in a long long time. It was worth the effort me going to see him.

-Live Long & Prosper

Gay Long Term Relationship

This is an excerpt of an interview with Graham Streeter about monogamous LTR and of course his movie Cages but I'm more intrigued with the art of monogamous LTR as Fridae puts it.

æ: But that might also be tied to the Western espousal for individualism. Asian cultures tend to be more collectivistic – though I don’t know how much of an impact that has on their gay cultures. Anyway, you’ve been with your partner monogamously for 18 years. That’s amazing. What’s the secret to long-term gay monogamy?

Graham: Well, we’re both openly gay, so all our friends and family know about us. When you tell everyone you’re a couple (instead of being secretive of it), there’s a bigger incentive to make the relationship work.

The other secret is making friends with other gay couples in long-term relationships. We tend to have a good effect on one another. Of course, we have other friends too – single, gay, straight, married, etc – but it’s important to have gay friends who are also in LTRs.

I’ve been with my partner Alex for 18 years. I know him so well that, at any time, I can say something that will make him furious in 10 seconds flat, so furious that he’ll want to break up with me. He can do the same to me. But I don’t do it because I don’t want to. We both look at things in the long-term: We’re not getting any younger, thinner or prettier. So we don’t want to ruin what we have and start all over again.

The problem is, as you get older, you start to ask yourself these questions a lot: “Am I still attractive to men? Would other men want to be with me?” We start to look to other men to validate our attractiveness. And that’s when the problem begins. Of course, there’s always the novelty of seeing someone else and enjoying a new body! But at the end of the day, you have to remember your values and the commitment and respect that you have for your partner. You don’t just want to fuck that up.

I personally think what he says is true and its a huge effort to make a relationship work but in the end, its worth the while to have someone loving and caring to depend on.

I love you McDave and know that I'm always by your side no matter what.

-Live Long & Prosper

Your Song

This is for my lovely baby, McDave.

It's a little bit funny this feeling inside
I'm not one of those who can easily hide
I don't have much money but boy if I did
I'd buy a big house where we both could live

If I was a sculptor, but then again, no
Or a man who makes potions in a travelling show
I know it's not much but it's the best I can do
My gift is my song and this one's for you

And you can tell everybody this is your song
It may be quite simple but now that it's done
I hope you don't mind
I hope you don't mind that I put down in words
How wonderful life is while you're in the world

I sat on the roof and kicked off the moss
Well a few of the verses well they've got me quite cross
But the sun's been quite kind while I wrote this song
It's for people like you that keep it turned on

So excuse me forgetting but these things I do
You see I've forgotten if they're green or they're blue
Anyway the thing is what I really mean
Yours are the sweetest eyes I've ever seen

-Live Long & Prosper


How does someone feel so in love but yet feel lonely and alone?

I guess that's why I got Moo Moo to remind me of the unconditional love I have been given.

Still I wish I can have the real thing sleeping next to me.

-Live Long & Prosper

Monday, Monday, Monday.

After long hours of conversations throughout the weekend in the Forum, it finally finished last night around 10.30 pm. It was somewhat of a relief but at the same time it saddens me. I've learned many things yet non of which I can put them in words for others to understand. On the first day of the Forum, the Forum Leader said, "You'll bring nothing with you when you're out the room.". This is true. Every time GodFather asks what went on during the sessions, I could recall anything but I know I got something out of it just that I can't explain it.

So what did I gain from this Forum?
I got Nothing yet I got Everything.

I found a way to be in peace with my parents, starting with my mom and I want them to be involved in my life. Which is why I have made my choice in coming out to my mom. Its something I need to do in order to complete myself with my family. I've inspired a guy I met in the Forum, he's gay too, to come out to his parents. Whatever the outcome is, it does not mean anything, I'm just there to create the possibility of having a new relationship with my parents.

Well I can go on rambling about the Forum but it won't mean anything to you guys. Just have to experience it for yourself really.

Anyhow, waiting for GodFather to come back from his work even though I'm fine just by myself in his room (Jerking off. Kidding). Sweet feller too half day just to accompany me. Kudos to GodFather. Meanwhile, I'm going to continue watching Gravitation. Oh soo sweet.

-Live Long & Prosper

Roar From The Lion City

Hello everyone. It is me, your friendly neighborhood queer. I am currently blogging from GodFather's room using his laptop.

*distracted from GodFather's entrance into the room half naked and dripping wet from the shower

As I was saying, I'm in Singapore for about six days for a forum that I am attending to. Landmark Forum, not sure how to explain what it is cause I've no idea what it is really myself. Go Google it yourself.

*GodFather applying something funky on his face...

So yea. Six nights in GodFather's room. I wonder what saucy activities are installed for my arrival by our dear GodFather.

Till then.

-Live Long & Prosper


Some of you may have felt it. Some of us didn't. But my office was evacuated today with the exception of the blissful, cheerful and happy-go-lucky QA department. Apparently, at about 2 pm there was an earthquake in Indonesia (if only the earthquake will stop the forest fire in Sumatra...) and West of Malaysia felt the residual quake. So while everyone else in the company followed the emergency drill, no one notified the QA department and we were happily munching on murukus and bitching about people in the company like we always do. Perhaps that's why the Management conveniently left us out of the loop eh?

But that is not was I am going to blog about. Few days ago, my coworker dreamed about tsunami hitting the office. The wave was coming from our boss's office and the wave crashed into my other coworker but she was standing upright as the wave passed by. Hmmm... Interesting dream I thought yesterday... Then came the news of an earthquake today.


-Live Long & Prosper