Sunday, 26 February 2012

Share your tea with your partner

Bubble tea shops are mushrooming all over town. So, if you are a bubble tea lover, you should really try out Share Tea. Share = kongsi, so you can share it with your loved ones or even friends. Better still, rather than the normal buy 10 free 1 offered in some bubble tea shops, Share Tea has a buy 8 free 1 offer program in addition to the 10% offer for students.

                         For first timers, you can try out their Pearl Milk Tea or Taro (Yam) Milk Tea.

Pearl milk tea

Share Tea can be found at Jaya One, Petaling Jaya and also 3rd floor Berjaya Times Square, KL.

Thursday, 23 February 2012

Love at First Byte

Throughout history men and women had used a variety of means to find each other. Internet romance according to some is a bizarre method, and others it is a 'natural' for the 90's, to meet potential mates.  Reading enough pages of people's experiences one could consider a decent length novel, has formed an interesting picture in me of internet romance.

Romances formed on the internet follow a characteristic script. The development of emotional intimacy is a long process, sometimes taking several months. "Love at first byte" is rare although there are examples. The initial light exchanges, whether by e-mail or in chat rooms, are generally followed by increasingly self revealing topics, where after a while the two strangers perceive each other as a true friend. Could any heart with romantic inclinations resist? When you reach for the mouse with sweaty palms and butterflies in the stomach to look in the in-box for new mail - there's just no way to escape the fact - love has arrived.

In more fortunate cases the couple exchanged digitalized photos of themselves through the course of correspondence. This helps to ease the jolt of the initial meeting - which is a critical moment in every cyber love story. It is easy to understand if you realize what hopes and ideals our hero nursed up to that moment.Whether in real life or in cyber space, there is real pain and disappointment that accompanies love or what was presumed as love.  Many chose anonymity of meeting electronically thinking the distance provides a cushioning from the usual pains of a relationship. This is not true. Those who don't observe the rules of caution can suffer real and long healing scars. Don't think the only danger to your emotions is the lies your partner may tell. Sometimes it may be what we do to delude ourselves that bring negative consequences. While these internet relationships are real enough the invisibility of the partner must be countered somehow and this results in generous doses of fantasizing for some people.  There are those who easily lend themselves to daydreaming and loose their sense of reality. These people are prone to adorn their loved one with characteristics and appearance of a hero from a novel. It is difficult to escape from this dream back into reality unharmed. After the first kiss the prince turns into a frog and the story comes to an unexpected conclusion.

How does a cyber romance vary from a real life romance? Perhaps one significant difference is that communication plays such a large part.  Words that convey feelings have enormous effect. While before a real date we fix our hair and our clothes, on the internet we polish our intellect, imagination and personality. In essence the sequence is reversed - first we show our inner beauty and only after it had won victory does the veil fall off the physical vehicle of that personality at the time of that first meeting in person.
It is a popular topic in cyberspace to debate whether or not true love can develop merely on an intellectual level, that is without the physical attraction, the familiarity of the other's appearance? To put it another way: is the physical appearance of the man or woman play a part in the relationship if through the exchange of thoughts and feelings they already fell in love?

Many say it is against the nature of love to be deprived of the sense of sight, the look, the movement, the body language being present.  There are those, of course, who favor internet relationships claiming that the intensity of the emotional relationship that develops in such a way is superior to the mere stirring of the flesh.
Whatever the opinion may be on cyberlove - it must be said in favor of the internet that it puts people in touch with people that otherwise would never have met. 

In spite all we've said, there are those who still chose the internet as the means to find a partner.
In any case - be cautious and keep your eyes open off-line as well - turn off the machine and go to a dance or a club, because most women still expect to be courted in a real, old fashioned, romantic way :)

Saturday, 18 February 2012

True Meaning of Roses

A scenario of girlfriend receiving a bouquet of roses from boyfriend:
Girlfriend: "Oh the roses are so lovely, thank you so much, dear." 
Girlfriend counts at the number of roses received.
Girlfriend: "So why did you give me fifteen stalks?". 
Boyfriend: "Ermmmmmm– cause you look like you're fifteen?"

Boyfriend just got himself shoot!

The meaning of roses: the color of roses; the number of roses each has got their meaning. Before you try to impress that someone with that bouquet of roses, make sure you know the meaning behind it, the meaning of roses and what the number of roses represent! 

Sincere Love & Respect, Courage & Passion
Send red roses to convey the message of your passionate love for that someone; saying "I love you"

The rose of sweet thoughts.
Send deep pink roses to show your appreciation & gratitude; saying "Thank you" Send light pink roses to convey admiration and sympathy

Yellow signify friendship, joy, gladness and freedom, the promise of a new beginning.
Send yellow roses to brighten up someone's day; to congratulate your friends and loved ones during Joyous occasions.

Spiritual love & Purity, the rose of confession, the bridal rose; "You are heavenly", "I am worthy of you"
Commonly used as traditional bridal bouquet during weddings to symbolize a happy love. You can nevertheless use them to convey the message of "You are heavenly, I miss you"

Love at first sight and enchantment
Send lavender roses of course, to convey the message of your "love at first sight" with that special someone. You can nevertheless also send them if you would like to make a special impression.

Passionate desire, pure enthusiasm and fascination
An excellent choice for a new relationship that you wish to pursue further. It can nevertheless also be referring to a new business partnership.

1 Roses
Love at the first sight; you are the one

2 Roses
Mutual love between both, deeply in love with one another

3 Roses
I love you

6 Roses
I wanna be yours

7 Roses
I'm infatuated with you

9 Roses
An Eternal love, together as long as we live

10 Roses
You are perfect

11 Roses
You are my treasured one; the one I love most in my life

12 Roses
Be my steady

13 Roses
Secret Admirer

15 Roses
I am truly sorry, please forgive me

20 Roses
Believe me, I am sincere towards you

21 Roses
I am devoted to you

24 Roses
Can't stop thinking about you, 24 hours everyday

33 Roses
Saying "I love you" with great affection

36 Roses
I will remember our romantic moments

40 Roses
My love for you is genuine

50 Roses
Regretless love, this is

99 Roses
I will love you for as long as I live

100 Roses
Harmoniously together in a century; remaining devoted as couple till ripe-old age

101 Roses
You are my one and only love

108 Roses
Please marry me!

365 Roses
Can't stop thinking about you, each and everyday

999 Roses
Everlasting and Eternal love

Now that you know the true meaning of roses, you won't go wrong :) 

Thursday, 16 February 2012

Love is in the air

Awesome is the one word to describe our valentine's date. Venue for our valentine's dinner this year was SOULed Out, Ampang. The atmosphere was great as we were surrounded by a sea of lovers. We could virtually feel that 'Love was in the Air' :)

Hey Prof,  give science a break... It's Valentine's day after all :) 

What about yours? I'm sure most of you had wonderful experiences and took some lovely pictures with your loved ones. Submit them to our loversville email: to participate in our contest :) Hurry!! the deadline for submission is 1st March 2012 :) Amazing cash prizes awaits you!! Good luck.

Sunday, 12 February 2012

Preparing for Valentine's

Hi lovers,

I bet all of you are super hyped up for tomorrow’s big day. I hope you all made your preparations early. For those that haven’t, you better act now!!

Here are some pretty basic guidelines that many of us tend to oversee when planning a date. These are just a few that you might want to tag on when planning your date this Valentine’s day:

#1: Budget, budget, budget
Coming up with a budget of how much you can spend on a date is important. Ensure that you spend within your means. Try not to overspend, because it will leave you a little sad at the end of the day. Work around the budget that you have, and make the best of it.

#2: Bon App├ętit
Finding a place to eat on a special day like this can be a little challenging. If you and your partner are tolerable with a usual dining spot, then finding a place is not a crisis. But for those of you, who plan to visit a different dining place, ensure you do a reasonable amount of survey before you decide to take your partner. Friends and family members can really help when it comes to recommendation with an honest opinion. You can then filter your choices by casually asking your partner what kind of food he/she would prefer to have. You may also search the web for restaurants with good ratings and deals. And try to ensure that you find a place that is most convenient to you. Many of you young lovers may not have a ride. So keep your date at a practical location.

#3: Getting a gift
Getting a gift for your Valentine is a custom many couples do during Valentine’s Day. It is just a way couples use to express their affectionate feeling towards their partner. Many couples tend to search for unique gifts or simply just get something their partner has been wanting for sometime. However getting an expensive gift is not all that necessary. Anything that comes from your heart will put a smile on your partner’s face. Once again keep it within your budget. If your budget is too tight, getting a gift will not be necessary at all. Your partner will understand

#4: Mind your manners
When going out on a special day like this, try to be conscious of the way you eat, drink, walk and talk. After all it comes once in a year. You wouldn’t want your partner feeling embarrassed during the date.

#5: Timing
Being on time is really important. Plan your time well and try to meet them. No one likes waiting too long to be picked up or waiting alone in a restaurant. So try to be on time so that your date does not have a bad start.

#6: Dressing
The clothes you wear on this day, portrays the amount of respect you have for your partner. Dressing smart and clean will keep reminding your partner what they fell for when they saw you for the first time.

#7: Keep your partner smiling
Having a good time will keep your partner thinking about the amount of fun he/she had with you. Try to put aside your differences and just enjoy each others company during this day. Keep your Valentine laughing and in a joyful mood

#8: Seal it with love
Romance is key to all !

Good luck to all : )

Sunday, 5 February 2012

Valentine's Day Photo Contest

Dear lovers,

We're sure all of you are geared up for Valentine's day!!!Adding on to your excitement, we are hosting a Valentine's day photo contest this time round. This contest is very simple. You just have to take a creative photo with your valentine and come up with a cathcy caption (less than 25 words) for it :)

Contest runs from 10.00 am February 7 2012 and ends at 10.00pm March 7 2012. The deadline to submit in your photos will be on 12.00am March 1 2012. All you have to do is like loversville group on facebook , then send your photo and catchy caption to alongside your details: full name, IC number/passport number (non-malaysian), facebook URL and contact number.

Amazing cash prizes awaits you...So what are you waiting for? Hurry up and spread the good news to all your lover friends out there.. Good luck people :)

Here are the rules and regulations of our competition. It's abit lengthy but do go through it :)

Thursday, 2 February 2012

Proposing with Style

Marriage? Proposal? Still got time....Later lah, still young. If these questions are constantly floating through your mind....that's a big sign that you should pop the question. So dear lovers, this week we would like to share with you this two unique proposal videos to inspire you with your proposal plan :)

We're sure this brave dude made his fiance's heart skip a beat before popping the question

On the other hand, Malaysia's very own Timothy Tiah (co-founder of nuffnang) creativeness and sweetness made his proposal one of the greatest marriage proposals of all time.

So to our readers out there, think out of the box and make your marriage proposal a memorable one :)