What the fuck happened last night?

ah ann mariam home

I remember Miriam telling me she was going to drop by and then Ah
Ann called and said he was coming. That is my spartan dig…I sleep on
a mattress in the living room (even though I have a double bed frame
and two sleeping rooms). I have only one chair so I always tell people
to just sit on my bed.

mariam home

This is Miriam. Photos are all blurry due to a lack of sobriety. I
am only sober during office hours, my apologies. I know we went out
after this.

Fast forward to six hours past this point.

tabuan throw up

I regurgitate in some drain in Tabuan Jaya.

Let me recollect my thoughts and reconstruct the missing scenes in between.

tabuan shennanigens

I think there were some food related shenanigans since that’s what my digicam shows, so we’ll work from there…

Warning! That bottle of Absolut Vodka is not what it seems!

1l df absolut

It looks like a normal bottle of Absolut Vodka on the first glance. These are the 1 liter bottles, not the 750 ml ones.

1l df find

Further inspection didn’t reveal anything dubious about this bottle of vodka too. Imported by Maxximum Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.

1l df found

“It’s got to be here somewhere”, I thought and scrutinized the
bottle. Here it is! The “Malaysian Duty Not Paid” stamp. I was told
that there are multiple routes for the…ah, diverted liquor industry,
with some coming in from Labuan, some coming in from Langkawi and some
even from Singapore (!?!?). Labuan and Langkawi are duty free havens
with RM 1 dollar cans of beer (A$ 0.35 cents) and bottles of branded
distilled spirits for RM 30 (A$ 10). By the time it gets to the “duty
free liquor specialists” in Kuching, the price is sold to the consumer
at RM 55 for this bottle of 1 litre Absolut vodka. This is undercutting
legitimate outlets by RM 20 – RM 40 and up market drinking
establishments by up to RM 150. There are discounts for bulk purchases,
6 bottles of these will lower the cost to RM 50 per bottle. Bottles up
to the duty free liquor industry! Ah, I meant bottoms up. ;)

P/S – My digicam CF Card reader seems to be broken so I had to go
out and get an Apacer 8 in 1 card reader to get the photos in. Two
girls sitting at a coffeeshop gave me wolf whistles both times I passed
them. :( Now I know how females feel when they get sexually harrassed
like that. I feel violated. I feel dirty and scared. I want to go home
and take a long hot shower and curl up in a ball under my blankets…

Nah, actually I enjoyed the attention. ;)

Old men in coffeeshop

old men talking

I was having breakfast early this morning at an old style Chinese
coffee shop in Padungan when I noticed the next table had a group of
senior citizens reminiscing about the Kuching of yesteryear. My
coworkers told me that they’re regulars in this coffee shop, and it’s
interesting to watch them just sit there every morning, read the
papers, talk (in fluent English) about how Kuching was in the past and
drink their hot coffees. There is a certain sort of charm in this
scene. I like this photo.

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