Wednesday, June 11, 2008

A Queer Day


Is the Malaysian society ready to embrace such outward expressions of affection from the pink community, in a crowded shopping mall choked with wholesome family activities? Well we trailed these lovebirds for 50 meters, and it seemed not a single alarm bell was raised.
Marvellous.

15 comments:

Fable Frog said...

wah~ someone playing private eye eh~ follow follow those love birds... got hide and peek behind tiang or not?

bravingkl said...

wakaka I was frantically searching for the digital cam in my gym bag while half running behind the couple so as not to loose them. Unfortunately there is no time to be professional and hide behind any pillars. :D

Brian Chang said...

I rather shoot myself.

Legolas said...

No face to face confrontation but I'm sure there wasn't any less gossipping around.

If there was none, I'm proud of KL people.

Alex said...

That's KLCC!

deeperanddeeper said...

Nice! i look forward to the day when we can ALL do that without being an issue.

Leon Koh said...

I am sure many people saw it but they didnt know how and what to react to that.. so they just keep quiet..

Jason said...

Proud of them.

Marco said...

going to KL this August!

savante said...

Cool to see how we have progressed. Or maybe no one noticed :P

H.a.M.s.A.p said...

I wish I can do that wif my honey..somemore in KLCC leh.. ~_~

Anonymous said...

Indonesians, Bangla and East Malaysian are holding hands too.What to surprise. We should hold more. hehehe

love-n-hate said...

Aha! They're very much in love!

koman said...

..aiyooo....even Banglas walk around holding hands...so the birth od the phrase "u so like banglas..."....

LegalBugger said...

It's beautiful.. Gives us all a little hope that there is a future of tolerance between our community and the wider world..