Saturday, December 17, 2005

Gucci medium shoulder bag

Beige/ebony horsebit velvet with pearl crocodile trim and light gold hardware
5,650 US Dollars

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Life on the platform

Your attention please. For your own safety, please stand behind the yellow line.


Sila ambil perhatian. Demi keselamatan anda, harap berdiri di belakang garisan kuning.

அன்பு கூர்ந்து பயணிகள் கவனிக்கவும் உங்கலின் பாதுகாபை முன்னிட்டு மஞல் கோட்டுக்கு பின்னால் நிலுஙள்.

Monday, November 21, 2005

Note to self

Those among us who are human beings all suffer from a common terminal disease.

It is apparently called "life" and it inevitably and invariably results in death.

There are no known cures.

Sunday, November 20, 2005

Thursday, November 17, 2005

25 Percent off at JAG, One Day Only!

Dear Clayton,


Christmas is coming and what better time to shop at JAG.
You are invited to join us for a special one day event.
Simply print this invitation and present it in store on
Thursday 17th November, 2005
and we’ll take an amazing
25% off everything

Sunday, November 13, 2005

Not Today

Why won't you grow up and be a man someday
I can't believe that you're still playing silly games
Now why do I put up with all this child's play
Now if your word is all you have
Then you ain't worth a damn thing

Promises you told me every day
That you made you never ever kept

By me I really want to believe
But not today, not today, not today, not today

You're the worst
I can't even depend on you
You say a lot of good things
But something else you always do
Be a man of your word
Try to love something other than you

But now you can be on your way
Cause I don't want you to stay


Don't let him waste your time girl
He's only telling lies girl
When he apologises (and he will, he will)
Don’t even believe all that mess
Cause he gon' do it again

Promises you told me every day
That you made you never ever kept

By me I really want to believe
But not today, not today, not today, not today

Note to self

Humans are essentially self-destructive.

They thirst and hunger and pine and write elaborate prose and poetry for the very things they cannot ever have.

Humans are also thusly masochistic.

Friday, November 11, 2005

Wednesday, November 09, 2005


Working so hard every night and day. And now we get the pay back. Trying so hard saving up the paper. Now we get to lay back. Champagne kisses hold me in your lap of luxury. I only want to fly first class desires, you’re my limousine. So elegant the way we ride, our passion it just multiplies. There's platinum lightning in the sky. Look I'm livin’ like a queen. This kind of love is getting expensive. We know how to live baby. We’re LUXURIOUS like Egyptian cotton. We’re so rich in love were rollin' in cashmere. Got it in fifth gear baby. Diamond in the rough is lookin' so sparkly. Working so hard every night and day. And now we get the pay back. Trying so hard saving up the paper. Now we get to lay back.

Sugar, honey, sexy baby. When we touch it turns to gold. Sensitive and delicate kinda like a tuberose. You know you are my treasure chest. It's pure perfection when we kiss and. You’re my Mr., I'm your Miss. Gonna be until we’re old. This kind of love is getting expensive. We know how to live baby. We’re LUXURIOUS like Egyptian cotton. Working so hard every night and day. And now we get the pay back. Trying so hard saving up the paper. Now we get to lay back. cha-ching cha-ching we’re loaded and we’re not gonna blow it. cha-ching cha-ching we’re hooked up with the love cause we grow it. cha-ching cha-ching we got hydroponic love and we’re smokin'. cha-ching cha-ching we burn it you and I, we are so lit. We’re so rich in love were rollin' in cashmere. Got it in fifth gear baby. Diamond in the rough is lookin' so sparkly. Working so hard every night and day. And now we get the pay back. Trying so hard saving up the paper. Now we get to lay back.

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Memorable Quotes from Batman & Robin (1997)

Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy: Mammals, a day of reckoning is coming. That's right, the same plants and flowers that saw you crawl from the primordial soup will reclaim the planet. And there will be no-one to protect you.
Gossip Gerty: You must be new in town. In Gotham City, Batman and Robin protect us... even from plants and flowers.


Batman: And you are...?
Batgirl: Batgirl.
Batman: That's not very PC. What about Batwoman, or Batperson?
Batgirl: I found the Batcave.
Robin: I guess we'll just have to kill her.


Robin: I need a sign that you've turned over a new leaf.
Ivy: How about "slippery when wet?"


Ivy: There's just something about an anatomically correct rubber suit that puts fire in a girl's lips.
Batman: Why is it that all the beautiful ones are homicidal maniacs? Is it me?


Robin: I want a car, chicks dig the car.
Batman: This is why Superman works alone.


Barbara Wilson: Partners?
Dick Grayson: Partners.
Bruce Wayne: Partners.
Alfred: We're going to need a bigger cave.

Thursday, November 03, 2005

Kobe Jones Sydney :: 29 Lime Street

Kobe Jones Sydney :: 29 Lime Street

Kobe Jones is a modern Japanese Restaurant with a twist. Super chic and innovative - the perfect setting to indulge an ultra culinary experience.

Inspired by the best of eastern spices and the californian flavours of the west. The huge menu is fresh and light containing some surprising delicious dishes.

Taste one of our fabulous cocktail creations, enjoy a blend of chill-out ambient music with spectacular water views.

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

HMS Pinafore / Trial By Jury (Gilbert & Sullivan)

Sydney Opera House > What's On > Box Office

Musical theatre superstar Anthony Warlow is at the helm as the ‘right good captain’ and ‘the good judge too’ in Opera Australia’s first new productions of Gilbert and Sullivan in nearly a decade, joined by an inspired group of Opera Australia Savoyards. All aboard for Gilbert and Sullivan’s light-hearted take on how power and influence turn marriage into a mating game with more than love at stake. Trial by Jury meets TV soap opera Dynasty, while HMS Pinafore is given a gorgeous, opulent ‘Titanic’ look. A hummable, lovable (and hilarious) night at the theatre.

Opera Australia

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Sydney Symphony | FREE EVENT: Join Our Studio Audience

Richard Gill and the Sydney Symphony perform favourite symphonies by Mozart and Beethoven and you can hear them for FREE.

You are invited to be part of a studio audience for the filming of a DVD capturing the skills of Richard Gill and our Discovery Program format at City Recital Hall Angel Place next week.

The DVD, which has received funding support from the Australia Council for the Arts, will contain popular repertoire which will be investigated in the Discovery Program format directed by Richard Gill with members of the Sydney Symphony. Richard will conduct beloved symphonic music from the Classical repertoire including Mozart’s ‘Haffner’ Symphony and Beethoven’s Symphony No 5.

You are welcome to attend either or both of the sessions and to bring any interested friends you may have. This event will be as informative as it is entertaining.

Choose from:

Wednesday 26 October: 11am-12.30pm
Thursday 27 October: 10am-12.30pm (includes 20 minute interval)

City Recital Hall Angel Place (near Martin Place, Sydney).

Please come and help make this project a success.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

An Evening with the Designers

The Strand Arcade

invites Clayton Kai Xian Cheng and your guest to spend

An Evening with the Designers

Tuesday 25 October 2005
The Strand Arcade

Enjoy fashion parades, exclusive savings and gifts as you rub shoulders with the who's who of Australian Fashion Design.

Numbers are strictly limited.

Please print and present this invitation for entry.
Enter via Pitt Street Mall.

Invitation not transferable.

In Her Shoes

In Her Shoes

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

The Official Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Film Site

Everything in this room is eatable, even I'm eatable. But that is called cannabalism, my dear children, and is in fact frowned upon in most societies.

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Cheap sunglasses: A poem

When you wake up in the mornin' and the light is hurtin' your head,

The first thing you do when you get up out of bed

Is hit the streets a-runnin' and try to beat the masses,

And go get yourself some cheap sunglasses.

- Adapted from buffed @ Mens Style Forums

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Invite to Release Party of Gwen Stefani's L.A.M.B./Royal Sneakers

Gwen Steffani and LAMB team up with Royal
Smashing into the Australian fashion scene for the first time ever, Royal Elastics is introducing a much anticipated sneaker collection in collaboration with Gwen Stefani's L.A.M.B label. You are invited to an invitation only release of the limited edition sneaker collection at General Pants Co.

These sneakers are designed with the same Made with Love philosophy and attention to detail that is the signature of the popular L.A.M.B. apparel collection. The L.A.M.B acronym stands for everything that Gwen likes and draws inspiration from. As well as being the title of her self-titled debut album, Love Angel Music Baby, it is also the muse behind her sneaker designs.

A playful juxtaposition between masculinity and femininity, the L.A.M.B sneaker collection is representative of the Royal Elastic trademark laceless style, with a touch of classic silhouettes and unique treatments, inspired by the pop starlets own closet.

"L.A.M.B. represents all things that I love. It's very much about my style and how I like to put things together. L.A.M.B. is something that I want to wear everyday, and I'm really excited to be adding a collection of L.A.M.B. sneakers to my closet," explains Stefani, who was named Most Fashion-Forward Artist by Vogue Magazine.

Four styles released on the one night
Each sneaker is carefully detailed to represent one of the four themed letters of L.A.M.B. Distinct features such as cashmere lining, dangling charms, unique embroidery and bold graphics are incorporated into the Royal Elastics and L.A.M.B creations. Also incorporating Gwen's number one influence, music, her favorite song lyrics like "I want you all over me like L.A.M.B.", "Where did my lamb go?" and "Rolling in cashmere, got it in fifth gear, baby" can be found throughout the collection.

There are only 60 pairs of each style available in Australia, making certain this limited edition sneaker collection is sure fly. All styles will sell for $199.95.

L.A.M.B Sydney Release Party
General Pants Co., George Street, Sydney.
August 23

L.A.M.B Melbourne Release Party
General Pants Co., Chapel Street. Melbourne.
August 24

Please note, there's a limit of 120 customers on each guest list

Your place has now been reserved on our guest list for the L.A.M.B Release Party.

Saturday, August 20, 2005

Tom Binns "Macdonald Channel Earring"

100% gold plated silver, rhinestone Pierce from Tom Binns that combines the most gorgeous and most cheap together. A humorous item from Tom Binns. Sample size: charm 1.95 in.

At only US$198 a pair, you can now have your "Channel" and eat it too.

Thursday, August 18, 2005

Juicy Couture's Kilt

Kilt: Black. Knife-pleated sides and back. Side slash pockets. Double-buckle stole; belt loops. 100% wool. Imported.

Why should women have all the fun? Bring on the ventilation!

Warning: Not for the faint of heart.

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Street chic at Brompton Cross

With Betsey Johnson, Paul & Joe, and Maharishi's The Library in close proximity to Joseph and Chanel, Brompton Cross' status as a hamlet of high fashion is certified. Nestled in the heart of Kensington & Chelsea, the boutiques and restaurants in residence are a melting pot for the fashionable and chic in London this summer...

Too many cooks spoil the broth: this melting pot evidently takes the cake.

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Guess who...

Could it be a new talent on the scene, a fresh face?

Nope, it's - surprise, surprise - a recent picture of Melanie Brown AKA Mel B AKA Scary Spice, except she's scary no longer...

Monday, August 15, 2005

Thorpedo's Black Nails

Sydney, Australia :: Australian swimmer Ian Thorpe heads to Bondi Beach seen with a Motorola Razr V3 and black manicure job.

Colour-coordination is key: Everything must match.

Sunday, August 14, 2005

Bacall slams 'vulgar' Cruise

Screen legend Lauren Bacall has taken a caustic swipe at Tom Cruise, chiding the Hollywood star for his "vulgar" behaviour and questioning his acting ability.


"It's inappropriate and vulgar and absolutely unacceptable to use your private life to sell anything commercially, but I think it's kind of a sickness," she added.


Bacall also had some less than complimentary words for Cruise's acting skills as she bemoaned the liberal way labels such as "great" and "legend" were sprinkled over Hollywood stars.

"I mean the word 'great' stands for something," Bacall said. "When you talk about a great actor, you're not talking about Tom Cruise."

Saturday, August 13, 2005


CHOCOLAT - "One taste is all it takes"

Law Ball for 2005 will be taking place on Saturday, 13 August at the Grand Ballroom, Shangri-la Hotel, The Rocks from 7pm- 2am. The theme this year is Chocolat so adorn yourselves in the rich colours of red, brown, gold or silver etc and with a touch of something French. All are encouraged to watch the film starring Juliette Binoche and Johnny Depp or read the book by Joanne Harris for inspiration. The night will be one of absolute indulgence. There will be plenty of food, wine, entertainment and chocolate. Entertainment highlights include gypsy dancers and musicians and music by the law school band.

Tickets are valued at $150 but UNSW law students will receive a special discount price of $100. All non-UNSW law students will have to pay the full ticket price.

Tickets will be on sale from 1-2 pm in the law foyer. TICKETS ARE ABSOLUTELY LIMITED. The first 50 tickets for $90 have already been sold!

All people who have reserved tables are encouraged to come and pay for tickets as soon as possible (within the first two days) as the ball is fully booked and we cannot guarantee people seats unless tickets are paid for.

After party tickets will be available for $15 and will allow students to attend the ball from 11.30pm onwards. These are also limited and must be purchased in the first week of session.

The Shangri-la will also be providing rooms for the evening at a discount rate. You can get more information from the ticket booth.
Looking forward to seeing you all...

Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Workshopped 05' - Sydney Design Week Event

Exhibiting Emerging Australian Designers

Dear Clayton Kai Xian

You are invited to the opening of Workshopped 05.

Location: The Strand Arcade (Pitt Street Mall entrance)

Time: 6pm

Date: Tuesday 9 August 2005


Entry with printed copy of this invitation.

The exhibition then runs until 21 August 2005 and
is on show during shopping hours. Free admission.

More Information:


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Friday, July 01, 2005

Snickers recalled over NSW poison threat

Snickers recalled over NSW poison threat

Snickers recalled over NSW poison threat
21:55 AEST Fri Jul 1 2005

Tens of thousands of Snickers and Mars chocolate bars have been withdrawn from sale in NSW after the manufacturer was sent a letter threatening to poison a member of the public.

The letter followed another two sent to MasterFoods since May threatening a third party, the company said.

NSW Police and MasterFoods announced the recall after the letter was received at the company's Ballarat head office in Victoria.

The letter warned that up to seven Snickers and Mars bars in the metropolitan Sydney area had been contaminated.

MasterFoods Australia New Zealand president Andy Weston-Webb said the withdrawal of products from 5,500 retail outlets across the state was a precaution.

Police believed the products were randomly chosen and may have been tampered with, he said.

"No one should eat a Mars or Snickers bar that they've bought, please destroy it ... it's not safe to eat Mars or Snickers bars," he told reporters.

"Our one and only concern here is for public safety."

Mr Weston-Webb said there was no evidence the threat had been carried out and the company was not aware of anyone falling sick from eating the products.

NSW Police serious crime unit head Detective Superintendent Peter Cotter said MasterFoods had received "veiled threats" against a third party in the two previous letters.

One of the letters contained a Snickers bar contaminated with an unidentified substance.

"The substance of these letters were ramblings and the exact intent is not known," Supt Cotter told reporters.

"There is a foreign contaminant definitely within the bar. As to what that substance is, chemically or physically, we are not aware."

Police said the company did not withdraw the products from sale when the contaminated bar was received because it was deemed not to be a significant threat.

Supt Cotter said authorities in NSW and Victoria were working to track down the person behind the threats.

"MasterFoods and the NSW Police and all other agencies are working together to do our very best to catch this offender and get a very successful resolution to this as quickly as we can," he said.

An individual acting alone was believed to be responsible, he said.

The last serious threat to a food manufacturer was in January 2001 when Sanitarium received an extortion threat to contaminate some products. It followed a similar threat to the company in 1998.

©AAP 2005

Friday, June 17, 2005

Sleep/over with Jess and Bee

Cheese omelette
+ Hot chocolate
+ Lara Croft: Tomb Raider
+ Poetry impromptu
= Slumber party!


Now we're walking out the door

Out across the messy floor

With the friends that we adore

What else could we ask for?

Sunday, June 05, 2005


The Stock and Asset Inventory Specialists, Australia and New Zealand

Dear Successful Applicant

Congratulations you have been selected to be a part of the Lotons stocktake team at Borders bookstore in Bondi Junction this Sunday night.

Friday, June 03, 2005

A night out in town...

. Shopping at David Jones, Myer and FCUK...
. Lemming count - Clayton and The girls: Too many
. Haul count - Clayton: 0, The girls: 1 cardigan and 2 scarves from FCUK

. Walk to The Rocks...

. Shopping at Ralph Lauren...
. Lemming count - Clayton: Too many + 1, The Girls: Too many + 1
. Haul count - Clayton: 0, The Girls: 3

. Dinner and dessert at Pancakes on The Rocks...
. Too much dinner and too much dessert...

. Drive across the Harbour Bridge...
. Listening to the divine Fast Car by Tracy Chapman...

. Dizziness at Luna Park...
. Making silly faces on scary rides...

. Drive home...
. The divine Tracy Chapman sings...

. Nights...
. Smiles and zzz's all around...

Thursday, June 02, 2005

Supper with Bee and Jess...

4 Four apple pies...
3 Three medium soft drinks...
2 Two large french fries...
1 One large caramel sundae...
1 One small chocolate sundae...

3 Three very satisfied and very satiated friends

Monday, May 30, 2005

Read any good grafitti lately?

If you voted Liberal... I will hunt you down... and KILL YOU I don't know where you live but I'm very good @ research Posted by Hello