What I want to know is, why is there so much hate going around? So what if she's been photoshopped? I'm sure it's not the first time a cover has been "improvised".
So what's all this noise about? Sour grapes, methinks.
(via W magazine)
So, yesterday I headed to a Chinese vegetarian restaurant to check out their mock meats. I had a craving for Sweet and Sour Pork, and went to settle for the alternative.
I tell you, they look so REAL... the "Beef" and Asparagus in Oyster Sauce, the Honey Glazed Roasted "Pork" Ribs, the Diced "Chicken" with Chilli and Cashew Nuts. I thought "This is SO COOL!"
Until, of course, I bit into the Sweet and Sour "Pork". Two words, man: NAS. TEE. It had a creepily spongey texture, and tasted distinctly of soy, and nothing like pork. Needless to say, I was crushed.
Anyhoo, I'm sticking to my vegetarian guns. It seriously feels good: I'm more energetic, positive and have developed a more "eat to live" attitude towards food, rather than having craving and gorging fits.
Not to say that meat is no good for you. But hey, whatever works right? One thing for sure, I won't be getting my meat-kicks from mock meat. No more mock meat for me. There's always Sweet and Sour Vegetables. :)
(pic via veganfriendly)
Isetan, the department store that carries MAYA & RUHI, in KL, is having a special Christmas promo-thingy. And Rachel, my Main (wo)Man in KL, has suggested I supply her with Little Somethings that would be ideal for holiday pressies.
(And she's off to the worktable...)
(pic via gettyimages)
This "diva" set, the bride wore with a stunning maroon and fuchsia gown with very modern geometric detailing in the ruching down the front.
The "princess" set was for the church ceremony in the morning. She wore a lovely, classic white strapless number paired with a bouquet of peachy-pink eustomas.
The day's church ceremony was an inspiring and heartfelt affair, while the night's banquet was upbeat, heartwarming, fun and intimate, all at the same time. It was a lovely, lovely celebration of the couple's love for each other, as well as the love from their friends and family.
Thanks Itmam and Jo! And all the very best for your future together! :)
Kezia writes down the participants' names...
...Megan shakes up the box...
...and Kezia attempts to say 'Hi' while the drum rolls.
Cream Swarovski pearls are wrapped with non-tarnish brass wire, and topped with 14K gold-filled earwires. Elegant, classic, with just that little bit of edge. ;)