Friday, 8 February 2008
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
I got up at 12 noon again, and now I am waiting for my lunch. After my exercise of running last Tuesday, My legs are aching and as usual I had rubbed some ointment that contains eucalyptus oil to soothe the painful muscles and bones.
The weather is nice today but why should I care? Even when it’s sunny I can't be out in the sun, but its ok even normal people can't be in the sun a lot, they can get sunstroke.
I was out with my friend(Rick) for a meal at Hard Rock Cafe the other day and after we ordered our drinks while waiting for our table to be ready, a bar guy came and asked if I was Az,after I nodded He pointed at this girl I knew from years ago, she was sitting across the bar and she was making a loud comment saying that I had put on so much weight (no hi or how are you)oh! no... actually she said "Oh my god !!what happened? you are soo fat now ?", very chubby" she added with an insulting intonation and audio volume.To be honest I don't need people like her saying things like that because she was neither there when I was really thin nor paid for my medical bills. I put on some weight but that’s much better than being ill and underweight, this f***ing steroids had make my face chubby and that is how it is and it’s for me to deal with it.
So I said to her that I prefer to be this size because I don't want to look as if I don’t have money to eat. She stood up from her chair and asked me if her body figure looks good... I gave my approval smile and felt happy for her because she is thin (what?). What can I say... alcoholic says the darndest things?
I really can't be bothered to write about this person but I want my Lupus friends or any girls out there to shout back when people insult or said things about their appearance. I feel good that I had asked her about her job and how long does she want to carry on being a sarong party girl. I’m glad that my questions shut her off.
I have chubby cheeks and I am in the progress of getting rid of it, but this is much better than having a skeletal figure like I used to.It used to be that I accepted and just ignored comments like this , but people will never learn anything from us if we don't teach them.
And the point is...
No one in this world has the right to complain the way you look. We all look different and has various sizes, some of us are well endowed and some not, some has fair skin and some has dark but we are all beautiful in our own way. Its them who has a problem in the manners department , making comments about others when their opinion is not needed.
This reminded me of a kid who used to go to my local bakery, when someone said that he is naughty he would go to them and said “Say people, justify yourself" in childish accent. Yes before you make any remarks about others physique, look at yours, you aren't perfect too.
Say people justify yourself
While you were talking about others... why don't you judge yourself first?
Sarong party girls
Sarong Party Girl (also known as SPG or Singapore Party Girl) is a derogatory term used in Singapore and (to a lesser extent) in Peninsular Malaysia.
It describes a local Asian woman who usually dresses and behaves in a provocative manner, and who exclusively dates and prefers white men because white men buys them drinks in bars.
YOU are beautiful, enough said.