if you can't handle my PINKNESS, then you shouldn't be here

if you can't handle my PINKNESS, then you shouldn't be here
loves all things pink


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I live life enjoying as much as possible by enjoying the outdoors, savouring dinner with the family, having fun with friends, or seeing my little sister smile. I understand the value of a penny and that hard work pays off. I am very ambitious and driven and have set goals for myself to achieve. I can be very serious but yet I have a fun personality to have a good time. I feel that life is a huge journey and the key to a successful life is to live in the moment and not dwell on the past! i am an optimist. I'm a hopeless romantic and a dreamer. I love to just go outside and contemplate life while I feel the breeze in my hair and the sun kiss my cheeks! I hope to travel the world one day because there is so much beauty to see in the world. i get bored easily(something i'm not proud of). I am a huge roller coaster and adrenalin junkie and I just love life! i'm a great public speaker. i'm a person who tries to be the best i can be. :D i am also a feminist. a HUGE fan of oprah winfrey. lastly, i'm going to be a history maker.

Wednesday, 29 February 2012

O RAINY DAY by manpreet jessy


I wrote this poem when I was 13. I wrote it on my way to JB when we had to move there. It was my first visit to JB to check out the apartments and houses for rent. On the way to JB it was raining. It was in December 2007. The journey from KL to JB is a LONG, BORING journey. If you were to pluck all your body hair out, you would be able to do that!
Anyway, my bestie told me the other day that she thought this poem made her think. The poem is very contradicting and also, I was 13, wasn't much of an expert. I wanted to be a poet when i was 13. Stopped writing poems when i moved here.
Now, to pick my pen up and try to write a poem is already very difficult. I don't have it in me anymore, and if i do, then i would need to sharpen that skill.



When people say they are familiar with certain roads, are they really? Do they know the age of the trees by the side of the road? Do they notice the trees? Or is it just barren land? Do they notice the way the trees stand rooted day and night if they are so familiar with the road? Do they care if the leaves start falling? Do they weep for the dying tree?
Sometimes we are so familiar with a certain road in life. Your “been there, done that” moment. We’ve been there many times. It can be the same old, boring routine at home or a constant state of glory. It would seem like the road will always be there.  And when things start to change and we embrace it wholeheartedly, do you we remember our constants? Our ‘trees’?
When we’re finally out, do we care for our ‘trees’? They were our pillars of strength, our shade of protection. Do we revisit that that familiar old road? So my question is, is that road important if it is so familiar?
I would guess so, from my experiences and observations, if that road wasn’t familiar to you, you wouldn’t use it to get to your destination.
Take a moment in your life to stop and recognise those ‘trees’ in your life. Revisit your trees if you’ve reached your destination.
Heck, all this fuss over a road. To me, a journey is important. Remember, it is not where you are, it is how you get there.

Tuesday, 21 February 2012


I have subscribed to emails from a young lady named Cynthia Maclean. She is going to teach me how to reduce my thigh fat. if you want to subscribe to her emails too then go to http://howtolosethighfatfast.net/. She deserves this recognition. she's been sending me step-by-step emails everyday on how to lose thigh fat. after the fourth email or so she said that she would love to read my feedback, and i thought it was time to thank her for taking her time everyday to send me an email. so i replied with:

"Hi Cynthia, thank you. :D my thighs have been naturally big from the day I was born. I'm naturally curvy but my thighs are quite big for my body size. My dad calls me thunder thighs. I don't like it at all. I have a great toned upper body. But my thighs have become like frog's legs. my body is not proportional at all. I'm afraid to wear jeans and I only wear shorts. I'm an Indian, so they all tell me to bear with it because it runs in our blood. My friends say I have great childbearing hips(despite the fact I don't like children and have no interest in them whatsoever).
At one point, I accepted my body the way it was, but now I realise I want to be happy and comfortable in my own body. I want to achieve my dream thighs.
I really hope by following you I am able to achieve that. Thank you once again, and I'm looking forward to your emails.
I'm in malaysia, by the way, we eat a lot of rice.
thank you very much."

in which she replied:
I just want to say, I like you. You have been
reading emails, you listen to my rant and you've
stuck with me so far.
But the real reason I like you is because you are
very much like me. You see Manpreet, I wasn't
given the perfect body either. I had to work on it.
And there had been many times where I felt like giving
up on my body and just accept the way I was. But I didn't.
Many people just give up on things too soon. They give
up on their dreams, they give up on their relationships,
heck, some people even give up on their health.
But not you and I. We don't give up easily. We are
warriors. Sure there might be times when things don't
go our way. Sure there are times when it feels like
throwing in the towel. But we aren't afraid of failures.
You see failures are a part of life. Besides, we only
truly fail when we quit.
I know you are the same way. You and I are the
unstoppable force that this universe will have
to recognize. There is absolutely no way to
stop us until we achieve what we want.
Manpreet, I understand that you may
have been dissapointed before if you tried some
of these fad diets or some untargetted lower
body training program. But I know that won't
make you quit on your dreams.
I know because I am just like you and I wouldn't
let anything stop me from achieving from what I
And if I want to get in the best shape of my life,
just like you, I will get it one way or another.
Manpreet, I want to help you get to your
goal having the lower body that will turn heads.
I know you deserve it. I know it means a lot
to you. And I know you will get your lower body
in shape.
That is why I want to give you a headstart in
achieving your goals. I want to help you get
started with Joey's program and achieve your
goals in the shortest time possible.
And I want you to have fun like me. Because,
if you are like me (which I know you are), you
probably don't want to follow a boring and
monotonous routine."
I like her too. :'D i read it just now and i've been reading it over and over again. she made my day.

i don't want skinny thighs.

i want toned, healthy thighs 


Tuesday, 14 February 2012


seriously, sometimes i wish i can ask my hair, "yo, i'm tired of waking up to unpredictable hair, please make up your mind you crazy yo-yo! straight or curly!! OR I WILL CUT YOU" yes hair! actually i've thought about going bald MANY times hair! so beware!

on the days i want my hair to be curly, it is straight. on the days i want my hair to be straight, it is...i don't even know what it is.

hair. oh hair. please, you're my crowning glory, my first impression, my sweetheart. please do as i say. please stop being rebellious(gee, now i know how my parents feel while raising me).
do you EVER feel like your hair has a mind of its own?
when i have a bad day(which is like 60% of the days i have lived), i tie my hair up into a bun or a ponytail.
but i like it when my hair is let loose.
hair problems.

sometimes i really like my hair, like is an understatement, LOVE my hair. those are the days i am pretty meticulous about my hair-do. i would spend time blow drying and combing it into place.

but you know what, now that I'm free to do whatever i want with my hair, I'm not doing anything. why? my relationship with my hair may be unpredictable(think of Katy perry's song when i mention this, hot and cold. don't you just HATE it when a song describes your situation?), but seriously, i only have one mop of hair in my lifetime. then we'll grow old together. we'll grey together.
some people don't even have hair.
so eventhough i wish you would stop being rebellious, HAIR, i actually really LOVE you. till the end of the day hair!

picture taken from SONIA. thanks!
this is the famous Balinese hairstyle. i left it on for one week, hoping my hair would become curly after that. it just became knotty and sticky and oily, well, you get the picture.


Sunday, 12 February 2012


I am a changed person. I have changed, for the better. Others call it “growing up”, but I prefer the word change. You may not have realised it until now, but you have changed too. And we will all continue to change. i believe you can change in many ways, by  growing up, adapting, finding yourself. Sounds a lot like the evolution process huh?  In this world, you need to be highly resistant to temptations and the things that will pull you down. If you are allergic to the word ‘change’, consider yourself a damned person.  You need to be flexible with change.  You can compromise with change as according to your will.
Certain things you may not(and should not) change, such as your values and standards. I wouldn’t change my values to adapt to the society. No, what kind of a person would I be? Where is the integrity?
Martin luther king was a leader of a major change.
If your definition of change is continual improvement, then congrats! You are on the right path!
Accepting change is tough, because you are getting out of your comfort zone. You have learnt to accept things the way they are. But seriously, isn’t it time for a change?
I have changed, yes.  I used to HATE lipstick, for example. Now, I LOVE experimenting with different colours.
I used to consider myself a tomboy; I used to wear shorts/jeans and collared t-shirt everywhere! I know, hardly believable. Now, I HATE jeans.  And I LOVE dresses and skirts. I still wear shorts everywhere though.
I used to be this lost, immature, out-of-place kid in school. Slowly, I started changing my ways due to certain incidents that put me on the right track(it also made me feel like SHIT about myself). Now, I have never been so SURE of myself, the amount of confidence and maturity(only at the right places, wink) I have surprises me every single time, man. I know that if I were to be put in the same situation which totally changed me, I would PASS, with flying colours! I am so strong now that I feel like I can take over the world! I found myself, man. I know who I am now. I’m not lost anymore.
Today, I changed my desktop background to a picture of my cousins and I(HAHA).
I am definitely more spiritually connected with God.
I went through my diary that I’ve had since 12, and the amount of maturity has grown through the years.
 And how did I manage to CHANGE? first step, ACCEPTING the CHANGE. I did exactly that.
I used to have a terrible temper. I have learnt to control my temper over the years. I still have a temper, but I know how to control it now.
I am not perfect, no, but I am still changing(meaning improving continuously) to achieve perfection.  I am open to a change, I am striving for a change, I am going to change. You KNOW you have certain things to change. change your habit of smoking, or your habit of biting your nails.  we all know that change needs to happen. Change where it may such that it rewards you with peace and tranquillity.
You’re unhappy? CHANGE the way you live. CHANGE.
This is totally random but… “don’t cry for me argentinaaaaaaa”.