A very karaoke night


October 18, 2008 6:36 PM

curtin-pasar-malam

Dinner was at the Pasar Malam, or “night market” event at Curtin University. Lots of yummy Malaysian/Singaporean street food, lots of people and lots of fun.

At around 9:30pm we headed to Northbridge for bubble tea and karaoke at Utopia. Karaoke is not usually my idea of a night out. But with copious amounts of alcohol …

utopia-drinks

Above average singers in the group …

scott-singing

We all managed to have fun during the five hours (!!!) that we were there. I even belted out a few songs that I used to sing at karaoke back in my uni days. Ooooold school flavour!

scott-lydia-cc-sel

After that we walked around Northbridge …

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Making our way to the carpark, and to home.

northbridge-parking

One thing that I realised on the night was that no matter how drunk men get, we will never be as in tune to the sentimentality of a song as women are. It’s all fun and games, and happy happy joy joy until someone picks a sad long song to sing to. Heheh.

It’s really quite fascinating to observe. And it is one of many reasons why I love them so much. Women that is. :mrgreen:

p.s. This is the quality of the iPhone’s camera, ie. not so good unless there’s lots of light.

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