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Sunday, October 30, 2005

Want to be my guest blogger?

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Hi Bloggers and readers....

I am on my way home to Indonesia for Idul Fitri holiday. I honestly do not know how much time I have writing and posting for this blog. So I have this crazy idea of challenging all you bloggers out there to write for me. Yes, be my guest blogger!

Since I published this blog on September 27th, I found many bloggers who have written about me (Yes, this includes you indcoup:). I feel like I know you a personally since I have visited your blogs so many times. Hence the idea of inviting you to be my guest blogger. Now this challenge does not have to exclude those who do not have a blog. If you like to write, but do not blog, you can send me an email with your writing as well!

So here's the scoop. Write. About anything. Email them to me (Tiaralestar@yahoo.com) and I will post the one I like on my blog!

What do you get? Well I certainly can't pay you.. ha ha ha. But I can offer you this: I am offering me, myself and I, to be your guest blogger for a day! I am here assuming you have your own blog and you actually want me to write on your blog :)

I will be back in Singapore one week from Idul Fitri. I will read all your writing and post my favorite asap. Ok?

Tiara

PS:
Dengan segala kerendahan hati dan tulus ikhlas saya ucapkan:

Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri
1 Syawal 1426 H

Taqabbalallahu Minna Waminkum
Minal Aidin Wal Faidzin
Mohon Maaf Lahir dan Batin Atas Segala Kekhilafan

Semoga amal ibadah kita di bulan Ramadhan ini diterima Allah SWT dan kita selalu berada dalam lindungan-Nya. Amien.

47 Comments:

  • At November 01, 2005 12:45 AM, Anonymous Divi Augusti said…

    Selamat Idul Fitri.
    Have a safe and great trip home.
    Enjoy the festivity!

    Cheers and wassalaam.

     
  • At November 01, 2005 1:18 AM, Blogger Si Ramz 47 said…

    Wellcome home, Tiara. There's no place like home to celebrating Iedul Fitri, and ngerasain ketupat lebaran :)))

    About your invitation as a guest blogger.. Hm, its a kinda interested one. I hope my english is good enough to express everything in my mind into an e-mail so you read them.

    And if u would be so kind to be my guest blogger... I would say.. hm, apa ya??? well, simply say that would be my happiness

    Selamat Idul Fitri, Mohon Maaf Lahir Batin..

    Semoga kamu mendapatkan limpahan rahmat, taufik dan hidayah dari Allah SWT. Amin.

     
  • At November 01, 2005 8:03 AM, Anonymous raya said…

    for a second there I thought it said "Want to be my guest on Lebaran?"

     
  • At November 02, 2005 8:33 AM, Anonymous Chalky26 said…

    Eid Mubarak

    Have a safe journey and may the doors be open and the welcomes warm and inviting

    Maaf Zahir dan Batin

     
  • At November 03, 2005 10:49 PM, Anonymous Ari Wibowo said…

    Minal aidin wal faidzin...
    Guest blogger? seru tuh.. tapi harus pake english yah?

     
  • At November 05, 2005 12:32 AM, Anonymous adith said…

    maaf lahir batin ye...

     
  • At November 05, 2005 10:20 PM, Anonymous snydez said…

    ooh kirain ada lebaran e-card with your ****-pose in here..
    hehhe :P

     
  • At November 06, 2005 1:49 PM, Anonymous Trent Wolodko said…

    Sure, I'd love it if you wrote a post postulating on why Indonesian girls, especially those in the arts and entertainment industry, have a tendency to end up with caucasian partners. I've noticed this many times over here with ladies in the biz and it would appear, you're included in that Indo Chick demographic. I'd like to know why.

     
  • At November 07, 2005 4:21 AM, Blogger TiaraLestari said…

    Hallo from the great town of Solo!

    Maaf lahir batin juga semuanya!

    Wow, I just open my email and my goodness.. you guys really want to be my guest blogger :) There are so many people writing with their posting stories.. Thank you! It's gonna take me a while to decide which one will go up.

    Raya, you like to write don't you? .. He sent me two very long stories. Thanks.

    Kamu-kamu yang takut inggrisnya kurang bagus.. coba aja.. nggak aku ketawain kok. Janji deh :)

    Tiara

     
  • At November 07, 2005 4:31 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Tiara, don't forget to have a stop in Blok M Jakarta ;)

     
  • At November 07, 2005 4:39 AM, Anonymous Divi Augusti said…

    Interesting, trent.

    What I'm more curious is why most of the time it doesn't work the other way around (indo guys with caucasian girls). Seen a few exceptions though ultra rare.

    I, having lived in the land down under for almost six years now and never scored any romantic relationship there, might as well go to Norway or Iceland. Where the ladies would most likely refer to me as "a peculiar S.E. Asian male specimen" and therefore would be more open to me and my fellow "sawo-matang skinned" countrymen.

    Well ok enough rants. I might as well email Tiara this post. LOL.

    Cheers folks.

     
  • At November 07, 2005 6:51 AM, Anonymous Trent Wolodko said…

    Divi,

    I think a large part of the reason for this is because Western girls are programmed from an early age to accept "tall, dark and handsome" as the ideal that a girl must strive for. An ideal that's permeated across borders with the advance of western culture around the world, especially in the past few decades.

    Western style romance novels, soap operas, movies, advertising... They've all done an excellent job of implanting the brooding, Caucasion male beefcake into every teen girl's desires... Pretty much the same way the media has been careful to cater to white male sexual fantasy by placing the All-American blonde bimbo, and to a lesser extent, the 'exotic' Asian female, on an altar for worship for years and years.

    As for the current status quo, I think the reason so many female Indonesian artists are shacking up with a bule is probably a direct result of the combination of her expanded cultural awareness and the exposure to western media and advertising brought about through her profession. Not to say that white men are superior to Asian men in any way, but that's just the way hollywood packages us. Probably not the only reason, many Asian girls I've talked to on the subject say that white men are more masculine, more romantic and less likely to cheat on them compared to the local male stock.

    Asian men trying to score with white women certainly have an uphill climb on their hands... They're trying to crack into a demographic that's been spoon fed Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise and George Clooney for decades. And since the majority of Asian men and Asian women are quite androgenous at the physical level, it's very difficult to break through that 'tall dark handsome' barrier.

    I can't speak for all white women, but I'm pretty confident in saying that it's hard to change a gender bias towards a greater acceptance of the Asian male when the only Asian men western white girls are exposed to are Jet Li, Chow Yun Fat and Jacky Chan. Not exactly what I would consider a group of heart-throbs, regardless of their race.

    There's good news though... A look at a typical 15 year old's 'friendster' profile these days will tell you that the laws of attraction are changing. The entire construct put in place by the old world media is finally beginning to unravel as younger audiences open up their minds and expand their horizons thanks to a global internet.

    That's my take on it... Your mileage may vary.

    Trent

     
  • At November 07, 2005 10:56 AM, Anonymous Divi Augusti said…

    Hotdang. Good one, Trent.

    ...a demographic that's been spoon fed Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise and George Clooney for decades.

    It's the assimilation is imminent & resistance is futile thing, I guess.

    Cheers.

     
  • At November 08, 2005 4:41 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Tiara,
    Saya ketemu blog kamu setelah liat INDCOUP blog. Kalo boleh dijawab, do you feel any contradiction at all on being a muslimah and posing nude? Knowing full well this is something that is forbidden in Islam, yet you seem to be at ease doing both? I am a bit perplexed.

     
  • At November 08, 2005 5:58 AM, Anonymous devil said…

    Selamat idul fitri, mohon maaf lahir batin

     
  • At November 08, 2005 6:37 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Mr. Anonymous,

    Why be confused? Isn't perfection only exist in the eyes of God? I mean the same question can be asked to our fellow muslim Indonesians who goes shalat Jumat and then drink their alcolohic drinks the same nite with ease? Is what Tiara did worst or better? Who is to capable to render such judgement of relative "badness" of one's sin?

    Why be confused my brother?

    Don't we all wake up in the middle of Jakarta seeing people screw out of wedlock, drink till they drop (and let's not even go into the whole gambling thing)? And yet, we manage to call ourselves muslimS?

    Why just Tiara? Why not we damn this whole nation?

    From one anonynous to another...

     
  • At November 08, 2005 1:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    That Mr. Anonymous was me, Wisnu. Well, you were right in a sense that many of our fellow brothers and sisters manage to do what you wrote, and still call ourselves Muslims. This does not negate the fact that what they are doing is the correct thing to do. 2 wrongs do not make it right.
    I am not damning her or anything, but you don't see too many Muslim women stripped naked for all to see now, do you? Which is why I "singled" her out because she is one of the few who actually is doing it in public, with no shame, even proud of it.
    The operative word here is "at ease". I think you make a case where all is relative, well, in that case, all arguments are broken. The only absolute is death and time, so yes, at the end, she will be responsible for her own deeds to fess up to God. But I still believe there is a big gap between what Islam stands for and what she is currently doing in her pursuit of modelling, especially the nude modelling. I find it sad that women think it is "progress" to be able to pose nude, but then again, this is my opinion :)

     
  • At November 08, 2005 5:51 PM, Anonymous Trent Wolodko said…

    It IS progress for a woman to be daring enough in her sexuality and courageous enough in her spirituality to pose nude and not throw too much concern towards worrying what all the fundamentalist kool-aid drinking hyprocrites in this country have to say about it. All the power to her. If I had the kind of package she comes in, I'd do whatever I could to put it out there too, ancient and irrelevant religious dogma be damned.

     
  • At November 08, 2005 8:41 PM, Anonymous tofino said…

    ...Anonymous said...
    Tiara,
    Saya ketemu blog kamu setelah liat INDCOUP blog. Kalo boleh dijawab, do you feel any contradiction at all on being a muslimah and posing nude? Knowing full well this is something that is forbidden in Islam, yet you seem to be at ease doing both? I am a bit perplexed.



    I think this is one of the trend that many folks do not seem to agree, the STMJ rules! Sholat terus maksiat jalan... so they say. Oh well!

     
  • At November 08, 2005 10:41 PM, Blogger TiaraLestari said…

    Mr Wisnu,

    Thank you for your comments. Insightful opinions in all shapes and forms are welcome. Anytime.

    Tiara

     
  • At November 08, 2005 11:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Trent,

    I am not sure if you are Muslims or not, but this issue has nothing to do with what the so called "kool aid" people think. I am a Muslim and I am trying to understand what went on in her mind when she accepted the work for nude pose. It is more of a known thing that Muslims should cover their private parts, be modest and not to show them in public. Does she honestly think there is a lesson in Islam which somehow allows her to act this way? We should be embarrassed to God when we err, not embrace, be proud or even be joyful in it. Then again, perhaps she somehow thinks this is not a wrong thing to do?

    If progress is defined by ability to pose nude, then I would have none of it. To me, this is more of women exploitation, no matter which angle you look at it from. She might feel "liberated" doing it, but I am wondering whether it is all worth it at the end.

    I wish her luck in her career, may God gives mercy to all of us and that we are forgiven before we move on to the next life. I think you are good looking and that your career can prosper without shedding your dress :)

    Wisnu

     
  • At November 09, 2005 12:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Trent,
    This thread is to response to your questions about hypocrites.

    I mentioned earlier as well that Indonesians are pretty much bankrupt morally, STMJ(sholat terus, maksiat jalan) as someone said :).

    Your logic is a bit strange to me:
    A. Islam says nudity in public is wrong
    B. There are Muslims who are hypocrites and do all these bad deeds
    C. Tiara posed nude
    D. Muslims are angry at Tiara and those FPI boys want to kill her.

    Does B,C,D negate the fact that A is correct? I don't believe so. B and C might happen, but A still stand true, no matter how any Muslims argue against it. The Qur'an is explicit in this subject (check An Nisa to be clear), also known as ayat Muhkamaat (clear verses), not mutasyabihat (veiled verses)

    You see, this has nothing to do with the people, but more on looking into oneself and question;am I a Muslim who will follow His words and He is ridha with me? Are we a better person today than yesterday? Answers that must be searched within....by all of us.

     
  • At November 09, 2005 3:21 AM, Anonymous Trent Wolodko said…

    Dear Anonymous People,

    I am not Muslim, I was baptized, communized and confirmed as a Catholic in my youth, went to Catholic school, etc... Not because I really wanted to, but because it was forced upon me by my Irish Catholic mother.

    Despite all that indoctrination, I am an agnostic/athiest of the highest order, and have been since as far back as I can remember. I am especially cynical of any organized religion. Thus, papal decrees, imam fatwas and anything else passed off to men as the infallible "Rule of God" simply falls upon deaf ears over in my campground.

    Just because I don't believe in God doesn't mean that I lack spirituality or subscribe to a belief system. I place my 'faith' in mankind's ability to attach his/her own individual meaning to the human condition without having to fall back on religious dogmata as the sole ruler for measuring the value or purpose of one's life.

    I am perfectly tolerant of the belief systems others subscribe to but I am also the official fan club president for the ideal of self determination. People have the intrinsic right to shape their own destiny which of course would include the decision to allow their nude photos to be plastered across the internet, have a tasty ham sandwich for lunch, or place your faith in God, Jesus, Mohammed or the flying spaghetti monster.

    Everyone has the right to live a happy and enjoyable life, each with the ability to choose to do what they want, say what they want, and believe what they want provided those choices do not interfere with another person's right to the very same. It's a Golden Rule for the 21st century. A belief that makes me quite intolerant of people or groups that wish to interfere with my right to choose or look down upon me because they believe their choices are superior to my own... It's also particularly annoying when a person or a group feels they have the "God Given" right to pick on me because it says so in some ancient text filled with tales of irrelevancy.

    So now that I've set that all up for you, here's the payoff:

    1) Experience has taught me that it's rarely a good idea to jump into discussions about what's right, wrong, acceptable and/or logical with those that base their arguments on the 'infallible rule of God'.

    2) The $64,000 Question is whether Tiara considers herself a devout follower of Islam. If so, she's going to have a lot of explaining to do when she finally punches her ticket, isn't she? - Then again, that's her choice and may God bless her for making it.

    Salam malaikum,

    Trent

     
  • At November 09, 2005 4:48 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Trent,

    Sorry, that was me again, Wisnu, Mr. Anonymous. Darn Blogspot, I kept forgotting to put my name :)

    By the way, I think you do have a religion, it is called Agnoticism or Atheism :) Yes, it is perhaps more private and lack an organized form as conventional religion, but you do have a set of beliefs and rules just like us folks.

    With regard to the rules and fatwas, I don't need no imam to tell me what to do. I have mind and heart which reasons, questions, wonder and do those "human conditions" activities. It is laughable when many atheists think that just because one has professed to a religion, then one's brain function stops. If at all, Islam has taught me to think deeper about everything in this world, of self reflection and of purpose. It is arrogancy and illusion, in my humble opinion, to think that we are in control of our lives. We are definitely not. Tomorrow we may die, and we won't know it until it actually comes. There are so much we don't know......

    Just from reading translation of Qur'an it is simple enough that if you are Muslims, things that I point out here is plain and clear. I mean no preaching, but I wonder, has this knowledge somehow skipped her?

    So to close, your 64K question is valid indeed, Tiara might have to look inside and find out where she stands, as I don't believe we can have it both ways. The status quo might just exist within her, nevertheless, I am not sure if it is good for one's soul.

     
  • At November 09, 2005 8:58 AM, Anonymous raya said…

    Wow.
    Didn't realize they were long, Tiara, but now I do realize they sound stupid (have just read them again). They're my blog's postings I thought would be silly enough to submit, it's actually one subject split into two parts.

    Well you know what they say, "it's not the length".

    Goodness... deep conversation we're having here... religion... righteousness...

     
  • At November 09, 2005 9:25 AM, Anonymous Trent Wolodko said…

    Hi Wisnu,

    I actually say that I'm an agnostic athiest in my post, but I'll have to disagree with you in calling it a religion.

    This site pretty much encapsulates exactly why without me having to go into detail here about it.

    As for your other comments, it sounds as though you consider yourself to be quite a progressive and liberal thinking muslim. I assume that you reject the Hadith?

    While it's reassuring to hear that you don't need a fatwa to tell you how to be a good Muslim, it's still desponding to know that you live your life in the shadow of a book of words and laws supposedly passed down to a single man by an angel 1400 years ago.

    Does reading the Qur'an ever give you the perspective freedom to think about the unlikeliness of it's own origins to begin with or it's relevancy today as a moral guide?

    From what I've read, faith in Islam is a zero sum, all or nothing game. Where you can't have your cake and eat it to. You either accept and follow every single word in the Qur'an, or you're not a Muslim.

    Please correct me if I'm wrong.

     
  • At November 09, 2005 11:53 AM, Blogger priaberbajuhitam said…

    comment2 yang aneh...

     
  • At November 09, 2005 4:05 PM, Anonymous Divi Augusti said…

    Allow me.

    Trent, the Qur'an is still a solid & relevant moral guide today. Heck, until a gazillion years from now. For me anyways, though I'm not a saint myself. Just so many people take things from the Qur'an out of context and think that their interpretation is teh omg ubar best and imposing it on others. That's what sucks.

    On the other hand, Wisnu Anonymous, the fact that one is a Muslim and poses nude maybe perplexing to you and some others but she is not the only example of dichotomy, ambivalence, insert-your-own-term-here in the Universe. Like you said, only two things that are absolute; death and time. The rest are, suffice to say, hazy and/or gray.

    Finally, there is "Agamaku, agamaku. Agamamu, agamamu", right?

    Cheers and wassalaam.

     
  • At November 09, 2005 8:07 PM, Blogger Binky Sphinx said…

    Divi,

    Not to stir up the hornet's nest, but as you can probably already guess from my prior comments, I have a big problem with the 'gray areas' ever present within ANY religion. Which is probably the #1 reason that I'm an athiest. The message in that verse is fairly benevolent, but there are probably dozens of others that say the exact opposite. To me, the Qur'an is just as contradictory to itself as the Bible is.

    The other problem I have with Islam is implied in your post. Whereas members sometimes think it's ok to pick and choose what you want to take from the Qur'an. Please correct me if I'm wrong on this, but to get your Club Islam membership card, don't you have to accept the entirety of the Qur'an as the literal word of God, the message itself as written and Mohammed as the last prophet?

    At least Christians have an excuse when it comes to their flexible philosphy, as the origins of the Old and New Testament are one massive shoulder shrug, but with the Qur'an, it's pretty cut and dried who wrote it, when it was written and especially what was written.

    So where exactly is the Islamic wiggle room? It's the literal word of God, isn't it?

     
  • At November 09, 2005 10:17 PM, Anonymous Nylana said…

    A blind leading a blind, where do I go from there? We all end up in a cliff! Most people says that their religion is the right one. I was trying to read the thread as I was new here but the first up to the third is enough for me to know whats going on... my comment is...religions... whatever teaching it is... as long as it brings people closer to God, promote unity and radiates LOVE to
    mankind is a good religion! To me being a Catholic is not just knowing the bible, it's about living it.

    What is the basis of true religion? how do we know if it's the right one? Way I look at it is that religion is a huge house, the house of God. The different religions are doors and windows. We all walk into it our own way, and manner. Most religions share the same rules, per se, that we have to love our God, and that we love others. Now interpretation is where they differ. How they interpret things to be is what
    distiguishes one religion from the other.

    I do hope that all religions learn to respect the others. Repect the freedom of choice exercised by the faithful. We sure do not want to have a "little Belfast" in our
    homes, societies, and in this forum.

     
  • At November 09, 2005 11:47 PM, Anonymous Divi Augusti said…

    Trent, sorry to dissapoint you mate. I don't think I will answer an elaborate one. Honestly, I think you're missing the point of my previous post.

    I will keep a promise I've made to myself; not to preach. Not that I'm a preacher anyway. But discussions about religions such as this one often lead to "that one is bad and wrong, this one is better and right" type of situations.

    Thus, I quoted the Qur'an. What is yours is yours, what is mine is mine.

    Cheers and respect.

    PS. I did write something long and grand but wtf I need to sleep.

     
  • At November 10, 2005 1:23 AM, Blogger Binky Sphinx said…

    You see, the beauty of kicking this topic around with me is, I'm of the position that ALL religion is suspect, not just yours. I wasn't asking you to defend the pros and cons of your religion so much as I was asking you to question your belief in the ideal of God itself. What better way is there to test the mettle of a man than to try and shake the very essence of his core?

    You're right; we’ve probably both been in enough of these kinds of tussles to realize the end result is a stalemate at best. I’ll be happy to leave this one as it sits now; a tame little pillow fight as opposed to an all out flame war of righteousness and virtue.

    "To each his own"
    - Cicero

    That Total War game you play looks great by the way… I think I’ll have to give it a shot. If I can’t shake your faith in the Lord Almighty, maybe I can whoop your Roman ass online sometime.

     
  • At November 10, 2005 5:33 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Hello all,

    Wisnu again here. Hehehee, interesting to see how this thread goes, doesn't it? Well, what is funny about all this is, Tiara never really attempt to answer my confusion into the subject :P

    Trent,

    Your link to refute your atheist agnoticism as religion was interesting, but flawed. Let me make my case:
    1. Do you believe in your atheist agnotisicm? check
    2. Do you believe in rules of being an atheist? check
    3. Do you believe in guidelines to live your life? check
    Just from the three above, I would conclude you do have a "faith" system, a "belief" system. This is my point when I said you have a "religion". By nature, humans would want to have a belief in something, anything, because this makes us feel comfortable about our position in this world.
    So I agree too with Divi to put the argument to rest. Your religion is yours, mine is mine.

     
  • At November 10, 2005 5:47 PM, Anonymous Divi Augusti said…

    @ Trent

    You don't want to be crossing the Rubicon. For, I am the Divine Augustus.

    No, seriously. Check out Barbarian Invasion. If you're still in Indo, you can get it for nothin. If you know what I mean *grin*

    @ Wisnu Anonymous

    Why keep the omgwtfbbq anonymity? :p

    PS. Where is Tiara?

     
  • At November 10, 2005 10:32 PM, Blogger Binky Sphinx said…

    Anonymous,

    Interesting comments, but perhaps you should take into consider...

    SNAP!

    What was hell was that?

    Aw man!! My friggin Semantic Argu-tron NX-2000 just blew it's fluger valve!

    And wouldn't ya know it, it just went off the warranty to boot. That's just great. Well, so much for that debate.

    Divi,

    The game and its expansion you speak of have been sitting in my desk for a month now but I've been too busy with pushing cheap Chinese electronics to distributors, KTV hopping and arguing on this blog to install it and try it out.

    Yes, I do indeed love the 'bargains' to be had here in beautiful downtown Mangga Besar.

    Later,

    Trent

     
  • At November 12, 2005 1:04 PM, Anonymous adith said…

    maaf lahir batin ye... siapa tau ada komen tidak berkenan....

    Saya terlahir muslim, tapi sekarang saya mulai menyangsikan muslim dan benci....

    sedih deh kalo yang udah namanya memaksakan kehendak......
    padahal kan ada tuh surat :
    "tidak ada hidup yang sia-sia diciptakan-Nya"

    jadi maling pun g sia-sia idupnya, kalo g ada dia dari mana kita tau maling seperti apa.... susah dah kalo dangkal...

    iki isi ne wong indonesia, omongan ne do kemlinti inggrisan ik, bangga pakek basa daerah ah, :P
    berhubung g bs basa inggris seh

     
  • At November 12, 2005 5:09 PM, Anonymous Nylana said…

    Wah mas...mbak.....kulo niki sa'estune tiang Sumatra. Mami papi Tionghoa neng kulo sinau neng Yogya, bar kuwi gawe neng Bandung lan Jakarta. Boso jowo kulo taseh campuran...mas...nek kulo meniko salah ojo digeguyu nggeh! kok dadi planet java iki :)This is an international forum and we should not write in Javanese or Sundanese...but everything else is fine...LOL!

    Mangga dikantun heula...hehehe...

     
  • At November 13, 2005 1:33 AM, Blogger Binky Sphinx said…

    Yes, this is an international forum, and use of vague dialects should be kept to minimum. However, keeping in line with this site's gaya kosmopolitan, according to this research, we should actually be communicating in Mandarin.

    不入虎穴焉得虎子

    Trent

     
  • At November 13, 2005 10:49 PM, Anonymous adith said…

    kulo bangga yen kulo niku wong jowo kok.........

    la wong kulo niku nggih mostingi wong jowo, solo maneh... :P

    kalo bukan kita sendiri siapa lagi yang mempertahankan dan melestarikan sih........ ? :D

     
  • At November 15, 2005 2:45 AM, Anonymous Divi Augusti said…

    Ma enya urang kudu ngomong make basa daerah euy? Baleg we...

     
  • At November 15, 2005 5:22 AM, Anonymous adith said…

    emosi ik... huahauhauha

    hidup sumpah pemuda... artinya apaan tuh ? pasti jorok :P

     
  • At November 16, 2005 4:03 AM, Anonymous Joe said…

    Salam Idul Fitri

    Hi Tiara, i'm Joe Wan, your fan from Malaysia. Just a thought, do you celebrate Idul Fitri too? Are you a muslim?

    gosh,u have a great body! Want some tips for my girlfriend.Thank you.

     
  • At November 17, 2005 2:13 AM, Blogger TiaraLestari said…

    Hi Joe Wan from Malaysia! Please let your girlfriend know about tiara4women.blogspot.com there's a bunch of tips for here there...

    Tiara

     
  • At January 14, 2006 10:26 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Semoga Allah merahmati Tiara Lestari.
    I love you Tiara!!!
    Mwah~~

     
  • At January 18, 2006 1:42 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Sudahlah Tiara, berhenti telanjang di muka umum !

     
  • At October 03, 2006 1:30 AM, Anonymous whytemail said…

    great to be back to singapore...i am your secret admire...

     
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