Not sure who was it, could be God, Allah, Jehovah..it could be you; who ever it was and who ever it maybe, Serge thanks you so much for believing in him. Looks like another year here or if he manages to land another.
But for the time being, he is secured for 365 days of ass hattery. Thank you.
Somewhere in some weeks ago, of a date which Serge could remember but he partakes not to remember it, for to remember is a conscious effort. A conscious effort is not what is needed when a change of the self is needed here tonight or maybe we just need to have a change to rewind the world that we are currently in. This stay-in event was brought to you by Digi and Nuffnang, obviously the title says everything.
Participants of the event was at the Digi place around 0900hrs, Serge with blood lust running through his veins was late for this Done Right Camp. Late was the epitome of not Serge and his habitual habit. His arrival time to Digi was around 1300hrs and the reason for being late was due to Bieber Fever Press Conference; no sir! Serge does not have that fever, he was there for a plan that did not work out well.
The ever happy and bubbly Missy Cheerio of which Serge professionally acquired the photo and thus is not the owner.
So yesterday was a get together to celebrate Ellie’s departure from this land to the land Down Under. It is quite obvious that Serge was not at the party due to the massive traffic jam that was caused most probably by human stupidity and the late rush of buying needed items for the Spring Festival. The traffic was really awesome that it took Serge an hour plus to get home from the office, a journey that normally takes 20 minutes max.
Recently Actors Studio @ Lot 10 with Japan Foundation Kuala Lumpur brought to the masses a showcase like no other. Two men from Hokkaido, Japan; brothers in arms and rivals with a 3 string instrument known as a shamisen. These two brothers are known internationally as Yoshida Brothers (Yoshida Kyoudai). And for 3 solid sold out nights, an estimated 560 plus people attended.
Serge was there and it was really amazing on what they can do as a duo and as an individual. For those who does not know, a shamisen is a three string instrument played with a bachi, an instrument that looks like a plectrum. The audience who was there, their expressions was priceless. How could a 3-string instrument play such infinite melodies?