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QUESARAH

Desktop Confessional

Thursday, June 15, 2006

With press screenings, you go in the morning and I'm usually there half hour earlier, and its always Midvalley. I've been doing movie previews so many times this past week that I've developed a routine. The first thing I do, is to go down to the floor where Carrefour is at, and where its surrounded by all those little stalls and some restaurants. The smell there in the morning is amazing! All the bakeries are baking, and there's this intoxicating smell of fresh pastries wafting from every bakery (and there are a lot on this floor). It puts me in such a good mood, and I can't resist but to grab a bun after that. I've eaten a bun every day for this week, I think. In the morning, the buns are absolutely heaven because they are warm, and soft, and FRESH. They fill your heart with such comfort and love.

I also like the smell of cupboards, especially the ones where my mom stores all the toiletries, shampoo, soap and all. It smells so clean.

And also, the smell of the jar where we keep our teabags. Tea leaves smell absolutely wonderful; calming for some reason.

What else? The insides of a cigarette box.

Now the big question: does one really need to shower twice a day because I am so lazy right now that I want to just go to bed.

Bathroom tap is leaking. The drip drip drip drives me up the wall with irritation.

  1. Blogger Kawa said:

    Well, if you have bathed late last night and the next day u haven't been going out, and have not sweat; you can bathe in the evening or at night.

    my 2 cents lah.

    Actually, you can do whatever you want. Don't want to bathe also can. Until someone "sense" something. :P

  1. Blogger meesh said:

    1. Smell of sweat and grass.

    2. Cologne mingled with cigarette smoke.

    3. A big fat spliff.

    4. Sweet wine on the breath of someone you're just about to kiss.

    5. After rain, when everything smells like creation.

    6. Toasted Hainanese bread with homemade kaya and Ipoh coffee.

    7. Smell of belacan cooking :)

    8. How he smells after a shower.

    9. Freshly washed hair.

    10. Smelling his cologne in a sea of people.


    :D

  1. Blogger simonsta said:

    hrmmmmmmmm my buns are warm, and soft, and FRESH too

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