another coincidence, i ran into my long lost friend in the lift at 1am this morning... as i quickly rushed in, saw some lady, ignored her... she stared at me (becos of my shorts? she was worried that i might fall sick?) and went, "XXX!" i was blank for 10 seconds, "XX!" gosh isn't it amazing that we haven't seen each other for like 10 years and she still could recognise me... good sign indeed!
If you ever worked late (well, I call working till 8pm late)... and wandered around in central. You'd have to be so damn unusual (read: important, getting a door-to-door pick-up service from work) to have missed those troops of "photographers" and their "assistants" taking pictures of the soon to be newly weds. No sour grapes intended.
Not ready to make commitments like that, yet. But seriously, what's with the posing on peds crossings in full makeup and prolly a rented gown at night? Though it would only be more annoying if this was to happen during daytime.
Thanks, we get it, you're getting married. Unlike us, you're popular and lucky and probably in love. Have a good time getting prepared and enjoy being a bridezilla.
If you ever walk by the legislative council building at night, besides our friends from the mainland who seem to be rather busy taking pictures, you should also see these kind of lovebirds, lots of them.
Try to avoid seeing them by quickly going into the big green coffee shop to wake yourself up right before going to bed, then before you know it, they're taking pictures outside the coffee shop! Couple of shots later, they would actually COME into the shop and start shooting away. I'm not familiar with the protocols, but none of them would get anything and they would just be using the cafe as a background like its a public good?! Maybe this has happened too many times already that the staff don't give an F anymore or they're purely kind-hearted. In a world like this where divorce rate is well above 50% and climbing, it's good to see people who still believe in marriage and are proving to the rest of the world this fact. So let's just be nice and let them enjoy it. I'm biased, yes, but taking pictures on the street is too much already now they're just friggin everywhere!!!! Why don't you guys be more creative and try something new? Like shooting at mcdonald's with the groom in tux and the bride in an LBD? (This can only be done when they're giving away ugly toys. I wanna go and get my happy meals when they have cute toys! So stay away when there's maruko toys! Plz!)