Monday, December 6, 2010

A Memorable Wedding

I don't really enjoy attending weddings these days and I guess I had too much of them from young. My paternal grandpa had 3 wives and 17 children with 58 grandchildren in total. I being the younger generation had to attend nearly all the weddings of my cousins since the day I could open my mouth to eat. It was fun when we are still kids as we do not need to know what is 'ang-pow' for.

Now that I am a working adult, I have been giving them out often, so I feel the pocket pain and value of red-packet gifts. This month alone will have 3 weddings and my pocket will be burnt along with Christmas around too.

Last night, I had to attend my younger boss' wedding! Yeah he's such a young boss in his 30s and tied the knot with a sweet bride from Penang, my hometown!

I must say that it was a unique wedding and I truly enjoyed the surprises. They had such a huge size wall for the guests to sign their wishes. That night saw all the prominent VVIPs, Politicians, Pak Datos, Mak Datins and distinguished guests like Twilight Grandma of course! Ahem! They all trotted in and hung outside the foyer for cigars, beer, cocktails and exchanged horrendous gossips! I still heard the Mongolian murder tales! OMG!

The Devil Wears Prada! That's my first Prada jacket which I yanked off from a warehouse sale for just under RM500 and no one knows that's a flthy cheapo, isn't it? Sshhhh!... So many people and sluts camwhored here pretending they were in Hollywood's red carpet ceremony! Siao!


The iPhone photo effect of the Platinum plated Bells for every invited guests. How to tell they are platinum? Maybe my boss was bragging nonsense but he sure has expensive taste. My Alphard Boss, this groom boss and many male staff are chain smokers inside our office premise itself! I hate it so much to share their daily air pollution and wish to file a complain! Where can I report?

Suddenly, the guests heard music from bag pipes as they led the arrival of the bridal couple. I just found out the groom's grandpa is a Scottish man! His whole entire sibblings are just like a box of Oreo Cookies and I was told the grandma could be an Indian! My boss looks like a white filling Mat Salleh in the middle and sandwiched by the black cookie brothers! I'm just kidding but it's true.



It has been years since I last heard of bag pipe music and it reminded me of Prince Charles in his skirts!

Here comes the Chinese Bride~!! She is so tall, very attractive and truly very down to the earth's core!!! Just wait and I will tell you why!.... The delicious food was served immediately at almost 9.00pm ~ SO LATE!!!! OMG!!! I was so damn hungry that I finished all my chocolate cake and downed 3 glasses of orange juice to fill my croaking stomach! I heard per table costs almost RM2000 but my ang-pow didn't tally!! He's the boss, so what????


After the boring speeches and cake cutting, we heard a sudden bursts of loud familiar music! It was a loud Hindi musical, sung happily in the dance movie of Bollywood's Shah Rukh Khan and Aiswarya Rai...!!! The pretty bride and dashing tuxedo groom stood up at once and started twisting their bodies, making their way bravely up onto the stage behind their main table! Their Mumbai's backup dancers were prancing on stage ahead, to join them! This really got all guests by surprise and my jaw just dropped down in disbelief! My boss really danced so hard with his bride, out against the music tune but it was so hilarious and everyone clapped & cheered wildly!

The Press Photographers hurriedly clicked the photos and here I am sharing with you guys ahead!


My crazy boss was severely drunk and dead pissed before the dinner ended! Heh! Heh! It seems like everyone got their revenge and made him drink bottoms up! I truly enjoyed that night of Bollywood surprises!

43 comments:

  1. fuyoh!!! Thambee is the first leh~~

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  2. Arumugam, your granpa really good huh?? 3 wives, 17 children and 58 children.. so you are the 58th grandson?? :p

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  3. wah, imagine you have to attend like at least 60 weddings in the family.. OMG, that's really eye popping and jaw dropping..

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  4. why Arumugam said Penang is your homeland?? tsk tsk tsk, you traitor!!! you don't want Letchumi already is it?? your homeland is in Tiruchirrapali~~ :(

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  5. ang saya naman par.. pinang-gastusan talaga...memorable

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  6. wah, Arumugam wearing Prada!!! so nobody suspect it's a second hand, and also nobody thought Arumugam is wearing a Prada too?? LMAO~~

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  7. wah, scottish bagpipe!! that's very cool huh.. but then in a chinese loud loud yam seng environment, hahhahaa, so weird lor~~

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  8. and somemore got bollywood concert in the end!! wah, sure Arumugam must be very excited!! no wonder enjoy that so well.. so did that make Arumugam think about Letchumi in homeland??

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  9. Arumugam if you went on stage to sing and run around, sure perform a lot better than those performers~~~

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  10. SK Thambeee ~ You gave me a fright!!! I belum habis edit and you sudah postkan comments! So fast like a Mumbai train to Chennai! Eh harlow, my jacket is not second hand lah! How dare you! Slap you ~ phiak! You are right, I am in the after 50 grandchildren category! I haven't listed out the nephews and nieces which are over 100!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Crazeee!... okei okei my homeland is Tiruchirrapali! LMAO!!! Ke ke ke ke!



    MOK ~ Thanks for your comments! ang saya naman par.. pinang-gastusan talaga... What does it mean??

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  11. wow.. twillight... u must be rich in real life.. =D

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  12. haha..the bride n groon were so sporting..

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  13. Ello Pinang lang..you 'eat' people for free in the past as a kid and now its payback time people eat you back fair game what you have to bear the burn in your pocket..

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  14. This is more than 1Malaisiya with Bollywood and Bagpipes..ho ho ho what a creative expression using Oreo cookies hehe btw that's [SK]'s fave brand leh.

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  15. Wow RM2000 per table wonder what kind of dishes were served..no pixz kah bro? That's the worst part of a dinner to start so late at 9.00pm when the invitation card says sharp at 7:30pm. Why cant people be punctual????

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  16. Wooooo---that does sound like a Hollywood wedding here in the USA.... That's more than a wedding. It is a PRODUCTION... Not sure I'd want a wedding like that... Guess I'm too old-fashioned.... But--I enjoyed reading about this wedding....

    Wow--what a huge family you came from... You have more cousins than you will probably ever know!!!!!! Wow!!!!

    Thanks for an interesting post.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  17. wah..though the pix is blurred, but the bride looks gorgeous!!!

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  18. who is that leng cai camwhoring? haha

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  19. lifestyle of the rich and famous. :P

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  20. Wow...rich ppl's wedding is really different....very cool leh...

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  21. I would love to at least learn one Hindi/Tamil/Indian song dance routine. It's very good workout too.

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  22. Did you put your hands on the bride's thigh on one of the pics? Look carefully, you naughty boy!

    Most weddings I attend in Singapore are pretty boring - nothing special, and everyone is only interested in the food.

    If I can redo my wedding again, I might try that idea of backup Mumbai dancers. =p

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  23. Bagpipes are 10 times better than kompang and bunga manggar. Hehe.

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  24. Bagpipes in a wedding! Bring in the Scots (ala Malaysian)! interesting! :D

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  25. wow, sounds like an interesting wedding, very 'lau juak' and everything seems so high profile. your bossie must be very very loaded. congrats to the newly wed. the bride does look gorgeous.

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  26. I hate to attend weddings but this one looks cool : )

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  27. Why got Scottish bagpipes? So weird! Haha

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  28. I don't attend weddings of my cousins or relatives nowadays. I just turn them all down. Enough of weddings!

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  29. Wah! 3 weddings in this month alone? How u tahan?

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  30. Huh? you want to file a complain about your boss and colleagues smoking? You want to get fired ah? LOL!

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  31. I can't work in smoky environment! Sorry that you are in that kind of environment!

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  32. Not an ordinary wedding... I mean, not something I have experienced before.

    Apparently your boss is no ordinary person.

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  33. Wow! That certainly was high class - the ones I've attended recently would be kacang in comparison...but at least, if the food's good and the company really great, I wouldn't mind attending to share the joy and the love at such blissful events.

    P.S. Prada? Pengsan... *run and hide my Little India outfit... LOL!!!

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  34. wei..next time get a better camera!! hahaha..i wanna see the beautiful bride but cannot lar..
    yes, nowadays weddings are so creatively organized.. made me envious too.. hahaha.. but of course, the red packets must be heavy these days!

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  35. SynchingZinclnc - SK is nuts you know!

    Mr Lonely - I am just a poor fella with good acting skills. :)

    Wenn - It was at his wedding that I only discovered my boss' true colours!

    BananaZ - Ppl love to show off these days. The food doesn't taste as good as its price. The food was served too late and all my gastric juice oozed out.. LOL

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  36. Betsy From Tennessee - I simply love American church weddings where the traditions are simple, nice with taste! I think Americans are good in planning weddings and funerals as well with the black limousine showing up with the bereaved. You are right that I have many more 2nd cousins which I have not met.

    ChrisAu - The bride is indeed attractive and thanks to my blurred shaky handphone camera!! I am so sorry!!

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  37. Manglish - Me leng chai? Shy lah! Legolas calls me uncleeeee! Damn him!

    Medie007 - You are right. A poor Grandma trying to mingle with them, so susah.

    Keo - Got money sure got fun la. I am waiting to see your wedding. Sure got brilliant ideas since you are so creative!

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  38. Legolas - You should start wearing the beads skirt and shake your ass with the aunties at Fitness First. Good to shape your ass too. LOL

    ShingoT - OMG! I was just touching a wall poster la, you drunk ka? LOL Why don't you do a big dinner on your anniversary? My parents had live shows on the 50th Anniversary recently...Singapore often had fabulous fairy tale weddings as reported in glamorous magazines.

    William - I agree that bunga manggar is horrible. On your wedding, we will send angels to lead you to the altar!...

    Kyh - Honestly the bagpipes didn't sound pleasing to my ears. It sounded so solemn!!

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  39. LifeRamblings - It was really lau juak and people went drinking like crazy instead of eating the food. These type of Malaysian diners and guests should sit in coffee shops! LOL.. My boss is cash poor but asset rich man!

    FoongPC - You and me have so much resemblance in interest. So when will you get married? Invite me hah!

    Khengsiong - I din't know my boss after working for 5 months until his wedding night. He is so quiet and strict at work.. Sweat me!

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  40. suituapui - I saw the wedding you attended in Penang, which was good and fun too. My boss wasted so much money and no bonus for us! Sob!...

    Reanaclaire - LOL I have few cameras at home but brought my mobile phone to snap those blurr photos. Sorry ma'am!... Next time we can give you fancy ideas to plan your kids' weddings!

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  41. haha! tell me about it. i hate attend wedding dinner as well. But normally force to attend on behalf of my parent

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