Thursday, November 30, 2006


The whole year has gone by and we're about to enter the last month of the year. December. This is , for some, either a great time or sad time of the year. Where we are and what we have done are things that we don't really reflect upon unless we're in a different state of mind other than a partying mood.

Guys that are here in Singapore will normally go to the bars to have a night out and revel in the night's festivities and the single ones may even focus on being laid that night because all the partying girls will be in full force during this time of the year. Some of the foreign girls from Asia may not even have a clue as to what all the fuss is about, especially the new ones that came to the country for the first time, but they quickly get into the swing of things because of the smell of money in the air. Drinks seem to never stop coming and everyone is aiming to unwrap something by the end of the night.

Lots of the expats that have to stay in the country, due to work, do have that small extra cash in their pockets so they sort of become Santa Clause to a lot of the girls. This Santa though is only interested in the ones that are naughty and not nice because the gifts can be bigger and better. Sitting on his lap is optional but recommended. Before leaving the bars you see 'unwrapping' already going on in terms of lingerie and such coming off the girls. Kissing, hugging and grouping going on in all dark areas of the bar. Some drunk already to the point that they don't even bother if anybody is watching. Some of the girls that aren't with anyone tend to be more pissed than the ones that are and sometimes don't realize that half their clothing is falling off their bodies. Boobs, tits, low cleavage and even panties can be seen so clearly. Most not bothered unless they see a cop.

I guess that most people during this time of year want to find someone, somebody and sometimes anybody will do because the season of Christmas just makes people feel lonely sometimes when they are so far from love ones. The feeling of emptiness and despair when you're in a foreign country gets to the best of us. Sometimes it may hit us only on boxing day but we do feel it. Why? We see images on TV, when we turn on the news especially CNN and the BCC, of those that are suffering and starving in the world. Lot's of them don't know what time of day or even the year it is let alone that it is Christmas. The time of peace and goodwill for all mankind. Cheer up it's not your fault but think of what you can do to make a difference for someone right now as you read this and it doesn't need to be the yuletide season. Need to update everyone more about this festive time, but later. I got to plan for some stuff too.

Bar advice. Don't think too much about what goes on else where and forget the family.

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