Today my thoughts are with men wearing white T shirts like in our grandfather's days.
Here's a good shot of a nice man wearing Pagoda brand white T-shirt.
Nostalgic about those Pagoda brand white T-shirts? Those original t-shirts won by our elders?
I grabbed some photos from the Net here below for you. Follow through to see my photo of a jovial KL man.....
A clerk doing accounts.
It is not easy to ask men to be the subject of your photography in my experience.
After observing the owner of the B and Best Seafood Restaurant for a while and already half through the bowl of delicious bee hoon I gathered enough courage to ask him if I could take a photo of him.
He replied" Wow you want to make me film star ka?"
He was just so full of jokes! I like this towkay . He sells one of the best fish mee hoon I have ever eaten in KL and may be the whole of Malaysia. So do go to the B and Best Seafood Restaurant at Kelana Jaya in PJ and have a good breakfast there.
But what I like most that day was his white Pagoda Brand t-shirt - the father of all t-shirts!!
This is COOL in the real sense of the word. My youngest aunt (sister of my mum) wears it every day with her batik slacks. And she looks really charming and pretty.
If you watched "The Little Nyonya" you would have seen the Towkay Huang wearing it in most episodes.
By the way this towkay of B and B is a great fisherman and has landed many garoupa weighing more than 20 kg!! There is a photo of him in his shop with a giant garoupa he caught actually.
Perhaps wearing white t-shirts like this brings him a lot of luck!
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