Strangers Around

Was out with my ex (hereafter will be known as Fashion Designer) after work to accompany him for his waxing session in Senjakala. We had a blast of a time. Seriously, we're better as friends than lovers, as we often say. I was terrible as a lover when we were together but that's history.

We had dinner in Kim Gary's, KLCC. He's like the first and only Indian who would frequent Kim Gary's. I'm not complaining about it. So obviously I would look for my favourite waiter there. I forgotten his name but he's there and adorable. Saw him in glasses too. Super adorable. Heheheh.

Strange encounters happened today while we buzzing through the city. One happened when we got back to KLCC from Senjakala. Two tourist from Hong Kong stopped me and asked for direction to the LRT. They were speaking in Cantonese. Had to pick the most Chinese looking who happened to not speak much of Cantonese. But thank goodness I understood and gave them the directions to the LRT. I'm so proud of myself but felt a little strange.

Me speaking Cantonese = Strange

Me speaking Mandarin apparently is laughable to Paul...

Immediately after that though, I was browsing through the watches in Swatch, there was an Indian dude who looked at me and asked, "You want to buy a watch?". I was taken aback by it. I'm in a watch shop and he asked if I wanted to buy a watch while he wasn't even a staff there... Bizarre... I just declined and hurriedly scuffled to Fashion Designer. Then the Indian dude vanished. So strange!

As last encounter was at the bus stop waiting for the shuttle bus to take me home from the LRT. I was talking on the phone with Fashion Designer and there was a Malay woman who kept starring at me. Starred at me until the bus came. I didn't pay any attention to her but when I was seated in the bus, she sat straight next to me while there were tonnes of free seats around... Strange! Can't she feel my queer vibe and that I'm not interested?

-Live Long & Prosper

10 comments:

Ryan said...

I assumed you're chinese. An Indian man tried approach you and then another malay girl tried to get your attention. Hmmm... muhibah!! LOL...

adrien said...

eh why you so lucky wan, being bombarded by these highly bizarre yet interesting string of events?! why isn't MY life as colourful!? (pun intended) hmph. lol

Queer Ranter said...

Ryan: Yes I am Chinese. :) Muhibah pulak...

Adrien: Well weird la... There's a Chinese curse, "May you live in interesting times.". Think about it. Its really not all that fun. :)

-C said...

Still stealing quotes from me eh, you queer bastard?

coolgardy said...

Dahling...u seem to be attracting the wrong kind of crowd today eh? Better go "buang suay", buy some flowers and when you shower, make sure you rinse 7 times, it will make sure your 'suays' all gone! :)

conan_cat said...

ahahhaa so colorful punya encounters lor... got india got malay got hongkong haha... good lar can train your language and senses :P and i don't think malay gals can sense queer vibes one lor... lol

Queer Ranter said...

C: Don't flatter yourself too much...

Coolgardy: Hhahha. Buang suay, :P

Conan: Hahahha. Malay girls...

adrien said...

RACIST BITCH. :p

William said...

Your mandarin has come a long way.

Queer Ranter said...

Adrien: I ain't no racist. I just a bitch. :P

William: Has it? Hadn't notice it myself. Hehehe. Thanks.