Thursday, 8 March 2012

When you don't have a car in KL

When you don't have a car in KL,
it's nearly impossible to look hot/super pretty.

Let's start from top to bottom.

Ze hair. Ze mane. Ze locks. Whatever you wanna call zem. 

The weather in Malaysia disagrees with my hair.
Say I curl my hair nicely to go to work
coz I have an event to go to after work.

But when I left home,
it was raining.

I walk to work.

So by the time I reach my office
(which is 5 mins walk away)
my hair is fugly.

The rain didn't even touch my hair
and there was no wind.

is the make up.

The hot weather does not do any justice to people with oily skin. 

I stay in an air-conditioned place
and once I get out,
my face will produce enough oil to fry an egg.
And the heat from the sun can help with the frying.

An oily face does not hold make up well,
because make up remover that most effectively removes make up
is oil based.

And it helps reflects the light back when taking pic with the flash on too.

At least if I have a car to drive around,
I'll be less exposed to the sun which helps produce oil.

Then we move to the clothes.

I always wanted to wear nice clothes out.
Short skirt or short pants or even dresses sometimes.

But I can't wear them because I don't have a car.

Ok, I can wear them,
but I hate it when ppl stare at my legs in the bus
or when I'm waiting for the bus,
or when I walk to the bus stop
and disgusting creatures on bikes make weird noises towards my direction.

My legs are not that attractive.

maybe they are. *cough*

Uncovered legs,
bringing out the wolves in humans since forever.

That's with casual wear.

Imagine having to go to events on public transport.
Dolled up with dinner wear,
and had to wait for bus/taxi.

maybe taxi is not that bad,
but then
there are too many freaking evil greedy taxi drivers out there
who are just waiting for their prey to fall into their laps. taxis.

Imagine wearing this and hopping onto a bus.
Not only will people stare like there's no tomorrow
(because people who show too much skin deserves to be stare at)
it would be really hard to balance in the bus
in those heels
while making sure the dress doesn't silently slips off
and showing more skin in forbidden areas. 
(if you know what I mean)

And while doing all that,
you have to be sure that
no one can "accidentally" touch your boob/ass.

Zen we shall move to ze stems.

I personally love heels.
I only have 2 pair of flats,
one pair are actually sport shoes,
the other pair are sneakers.

The rest of my shoes
are heels.

If you know how it feels to wear heels and walk around,
imagine wearing heels
and balancing in a bus,
then walk to the LRT station,
up the stairs,
and then waiting for the LRT to arrive,
and finally standing in the LRT
because there are usually no seats.

And the people here are nowhere near chivalrous
so don't expect someone to get up from their seats
just because you're wearing short skirt and high heels.

Or because you have a vagina. 

Because they believe in equal rights,

and that only girls should do the house chores and cook.

Equal rights just couldn't exist.

Because you won't find girls staring at a guy's boobs/ass/legs.

Well ass and legs maybe. 

Back to my point.

If you need to take public transport,
it's impossible to look hot/pretty.

Because by the time you reach somewhere,
your hair will be out of shape,
your face oily and sweaty,
you can't dress up nicely,
and your legs will hurt like crazy already.

unless you're the naturally pretty type
who wears t-shirt, jeans, sneakers, have short hair
and still look gorgeous.

I just don't happen to be one of them.

So guys,
if you can't pick the girl up,
don't expect her to look flawless.

that's what J_Fish has to rant about~ Au Revoir~

p.s. Anyone kind enough to sell me a fairly nice car at a super duper omg it's crazy low price? 

Pretty please... 


  1. Ikr I really hate when people are staring at me with the weird emotion. Totally hate it.

  2. I don't have a car in KL too. =(

  3. You know, in Sydney, it's normal for a girl in a really hot dress to catch a bus. Or a train.

    Also I don't stare. I admire.

  4. oppps! i just stare at your thin sexy leg! =S

    hahaha anyway, try to get a second hand car? or buy a new one like viva or saga? atleast they are affordable, but im not sure how u define "fairly nice car" haha

  5. sigh. I understand u . I truly understands u .. cause I dont have a car too~ >.< exactly, cant wear nice we might drive someone into sins...-.- sigh sigh sigh....

  6. agree with your post lo. I thought you have car coz last time see you drive car...frankly speaking, I only attend event that can reach by public transport...haizz...

  7. Charice: They don't really care if it disgusts us. They just stare. =/

    JunFook: Join the club.=/ But at least you know a lot of bloggers and can tumpang.

    Couz: Well coz it's not always so hot in Sydney so.. Admiration to you, staring to us. =p

    Henry: Second hand car also no money to buy a... I'm actually fine with any car. As long as got car.

    Eunice: We don't cause sins. People can choose to look away.

    JiaYing: It's my sister's car. I only get to drive it when she doesn't need it. =(

  8. its been awhile.. nice post as usual, keep em coming..