mas xx

I was at the boarding gate on the Sibu to Kuching flight with Phoenix when she noticed a middle aged man of dubious appearance attempting to stealthily take a photo of a pretty, young cabin attendant with his cellphone camera from a distance. She nudged me and I was struck by an irresistible urge to show the man how it’s done sixthseal.com style. I walked up to the cabin attendant and requested an audience with her adorable babyish looks and my digital camera. She happily complied and I was flirting and joking with her throughout the impromptu photo session. I strolled back to my seat and couldn’t resist giving the man a smirk. This is how we do it here at sixthseal.com, I thought silently.

…and then Phoenix pinched me on the arm for flirting with the flight attendant.

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17 Responses to “MAS XX”

  1. That’s hilarious and very professional of you! Trying to sneak a picture is pretty sketchy, haha.
    How is your tongue piercing?

  2. Wa lao eh HuaiBin, one go posted 3 different entries for 23rd May! Want to kill you readers hio?
    Back to the story, I do think that take photo (or do any other things) stealthily may give more excitement and sensual feeling le… Too straight forward may lost the kick.

  3. I lol’d! Me and my friend have this inside joke where we call average everyday things dubious.

  4. LOL That’s how I do too when I want to take pictures of those cute and irresistible waiter. Ehhem…

  5. liquidblackout: Well, it’s just the way I do things. I have never been very much into voyuer pics due a traumatic incident involving myself and my then 82 year old great-grandmother. :)
    I was about 13 years old then, just to right age to have raging hormones and conflicting feelings of guilt. That incident shall not be mentioned again, but I can still remember the image of her…er, wrinkled epidermis. It has been burned into my retinas!
    I have needed serious therapy ever since. ;)
    My tongue piercing is fine, it’s healed up nicely now. No discomfort, but then again I tend to heal rather quickly…
    wilson: Hmm…just had to clear the Kuching posts before I do the Batang Ai one. :)
    Really? I shall try that someday. The photo may not turn out well though if it’s taken from a distance and stealth bomber style.
    jess: Heh! Dubious habit going on there. ;)
    fish fish: Yeah, it’s easier to just ask and you get to chat them up to boot. ;)

  6. LOL!! Well, I’m glad you learned your lesson from your early experience, rather than develop some kind of focused…interest in this matter ;)
    I made a few attempts to pierce my left tragus by myself, but they were largely unsuccessful as it just tore out. I also seem to be sensitive to a lot of metals and materials, so I tend to develop infections quite easily and I’ve had to take antibiotics several times which must have been detrimental to my immune system. A tongue piercing or a labret…that must be interesting :)
    When I got my four wisdom teeth removed, it got infected twice and took forever to heal. At first, my entire face was swollen and it was difficult to understand me. The doctor wrote me a prescription for Difflunisal, just another NSAID, but I managed to procure some Oxycodone, which really helped :)

  7. smooth :P
    but- minus points for doing it in the presence of your lady friend! heh.

  8. liquidblackout: Heh! I love the way you write. Very subtle yet gets the message through. :)
    I’ve always wondered at how people can pierce themselves…do you look at a mirror? I have problems with styling my hair even with a mirror (mirror image) so I can imagine the problems associated with major procedures like piercing.
    BTW, what metal do you use for the piercing? A lot of people are allergic to gold. It’s safer to use standard surgical steel, which most people can tolerate.
    …and now I have issued an edict on sixthseal.com that states that no one can mention the word “Oxycodone” (and/or similar opiates or other recreational pharmaceuticals) without offering to mail me at least one tablet/capsule/ampoule at the risk of death by quartering. I have yet to find four horses but I think a horseless carriage (just need to get 3 more cars) would do just fine. ;)
    essentric: Thanks! :)
    I was making a point to the gentleman. I’m not sure it got through though…

  9. I can pierce my ears with or without a mirror – sometimes I know exactly where I want it by touch and other times I check to see if it is aligned properly with the others.
    I use earrings of whatever material (gold, any metals, plastic sometimes) I have on hand, directly, because sterilization is for the weak(!!!) To be honest, I’m just lazy and I don’t really care enough to do it, but also curious ‘just to see what would happen,’ though I wouldn’t recommend it to others. ;)
    I swiped a syringe with needle from the hospital once because I was thinking that the hollow needle might be useful for my tragus piercing. I decided against it in favour of what I usually do – just pushing a regular earring through it, albeit with a bit more force and precision than earlobe areas. Cartilage areas are fun because they produce a very satisfying *crunch*. I don’t recommend using safety pins, sewing needles or any of that nonsense with heating it with a candle and all that. It’s just silly. XD
    I remember watching a punk girl on television pierce her own tongue live, just above the existing one she had done a little while before, similar to the way you had yours pierced for you. She also had stretched earlobes, but she’d remove most of her piercings for work or school. She said she kind of felt a tinge of regret to see the stretched spots with the holders removed, which she described as resembling a “puckered asshole,” (not my choice of words).
    At school, I’ve heard of people piercing various other body parts. I always thought an eyebrow piercing or an ‘industrial’ would be really cool, but I think I would be immediately disowned by my parents and/or my dad would have a stroke.

  10. oh, btw, the above substances shall not be mentioned again – unless I manage to obtain some, in which case, I’ll let you know ;)

  11. liquidblackout: Very impressive! I doubt I would be able to do that with my existing (or non-existing) hand eye coordination. How do you push a regular earring through the earlobe? It’s not very sharp.
    Thanks in advance on the oxycodone offer if you manage to procure some. It’s not for me, naturally, since I quit those substances last year. ;)

  12. It doesn’t need to be very sharp and my coordination altogether is terrible! Have you seen those piercing guns? It’s the same kind of concept – just position the earring, keep the site stable with other fingers and push it through, which usually causes two or three popping sounds as it penetrates the layers of skin :)
    Of course not, neither of us use those substances anymore. I just like collecting things, which is similar to the incident where my dad was “cleaning my room” and found what he claimed was a huge stash of condoms. I don’t remember leaving them lying around, but I do remember the time when the AIDS clinic handed out variety bags of flavoured, colured and textured ones. I said, “Look, if I needed them, I would have used them and there would not be any left behind as evidence, or I would taken the back to school with me.” I told them that I brought them home for my brother when he comes to visit. His dear children will find out about all this eventually, but at least I’m promoting (an assortment of) safe sex options, right?

  13. liquidblackout: Hmm…yeah, come to think of it the piercing guns use the same concept. :)
    …and I kinda like collecting things too. I don’t collect condoms though. Yeah, safe sex is better than anything. I think his paternal insticts were kicking in then, but he means well. :)

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