Welcome to My Crib

I decided to do this thing, taking inspiration from Sakina blogging about her uni room.


So let’s start with the bed, because that’s the most crucial thing to have in a room. If you’re wondering whether I specifically made my bed for the occasion then you are correct. Also, fun fact, the green turtle was an “accidental” luggage as my mum had grabbed it from the living room back at home right before my parents fetched me here. Also, yes, I brought my smelly bolster I’ve had since I was very young. No regrets.

Small shelf at the foot of the bed with three compartments, two currently being occupied.


Toiletries and hair stuff and face stuff and stuff that makes me look beautiful.*

*Beauty not guaranteed


First compartment: A Song of Ice and Fire series I brought from home, Ender’s Game I bought just last week (there is a movie coming out starring Hailee Steinfeld and Asa Butterfield I am excited), lab coat for Chemistry practical classes and small umbrella.


Second compartment: Economics notes I got from my cousin, Joshua, which makes me kind of scared of the subject, Physics books we were required to buy, files.


Work space. Where I go on the laptop and keep stuff and place racks and organizers at because they make me look important while a One Direction poster stares at me. I never study in my room because it’s much nicer to study in the commons with the rest of my housemates.


Laundry basket, yellow box of “mystery” (no seriously, it’s just normal routine stuff), shower gels, toothbrush, toothpaste, retainer case.


Wardrobe (exterior) with a full-length mirror I’ve always wanted.


Wardrobe (interior) where I keep my clothes, obviously. Hangers to hang dresses and cardigans and clothes that get crumpled easily, feast your eyes on this interesting view

IMG_5250Back of the door where there are hooks to hang my bags and towel.

That’s it, really. It’s pretty cool, I agree. Have a great weekend ahead, folks.


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Michelle Teoh

26-year-old cynical Asian, book enthusiast and purveyor of fine sarcasm.

3 thoughts on “Welcome to My Crib”

  1. that’s a super cool room. i am in intec, shah alam. my friends and i always get jealous of our friends elsewhere cuz they have super duper awesome rooms. here it’s like, high school hostels with no free wi-fi… but we try not to complain much, we love it here. i love your bed-sheet, it looks so fresh!

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