Some Golden Globes awards results:
Felicity Huffman won the Golden Globes for Best Actress in a Drama for her role in Transamerica. Brokeback Mountain won four awards, namely Best Director, Best Movie, Best Screenplay and Best Original Song.
For TV series, Lost and Desperate Housewives won for best drama and comedy series respectively.
But still, the DVD for Brokeback is not out yet. Hmmph ...
Anyway, I was at the movies yesterday and watched King Kong with CF. Watching movies is something we both enjoy and we have been going quite often.
My straight friends commented that the movie was boring, a chick flick; especially the scene where Kong danced with Ann Darrow on ice.
I actually found it quite good, especially those quiet scenes where so much was said by just looking at each other. The only annoying thing about it was the length. There were quite a few things which the movie could have done without, like the scenes showing the dinosaurs chasing and the insects attacking the crew.
After that, we went to this restaurant with a weird name, but CF insisted that the food is good and affordable. The eatery is called Taste Walking, in Sri Petaling. They served Western and fusion dishes.
CF had dory fish and I had lamb shoulder. The food was indeed delicious and CF likes the dessert there the most. I can’t remember what it was called; but it was cream puff with hot chocolate filling, served on top of some ice cream.
He has such a sweet tooth; he likes cakes and desserts. I am fine with that, but he then complains about his weight! Heh.
He’s sweet enough already, without adding more sugar and honey and cream.
As I was spending time with him, I realised how lucky I am to have someone like him as my boyfriend – innocent, caring, kind, gentle and crazy to bits over me.
I have a good mind to bring him along for dinner with my university friends on Friday. Though it may be a little odd, I would like him to meet some of my friends whom I spent three years of my life with.
But the thing is, I am not out to all of them. Out of eight, only five of them know.
Should I bring him anyway? Two more days to decide ...