SPG she ain’t; this sizzling hot Little Miss Party Princess is not hunting for Mr White, in fact she’s not hunting for anyone in particular. She’s a free-spirited gal who’d think nothing of jumping on a bar counter to throw some saloon-silencing shapes. She’d know the right moment to sashay into the night-lit pool, in her little white dress. No, there is no loose screw, it’s part of the act – she wants to have a good time, in and out of the sack, and she damn well will. Though she’s not afraid to flaunt her goods. Don’t assume, Mr life-of-the-party Alpha Boy, that she’s a moral vacuum, up for no-strings attached carnal pleasure. Saying that, our glorious femme doesn’t have much time for jigsaw-puzzle aficionados; those without lightning rhythm and go-faster motorised toys need not apply.
Where to find her:
Party chick has the key to the city and she uses it. Salivate over her at glitterati openings – naturally she’s on the list. Otherwise, your best bet is to rub shoulders (and hopefully more) with her in the VIP rooms of Velvet Underground (17 Jiak Kim St; 6738 2988) and Attica Too (#01-03 Clarke Quay, 3A River Valley Rd; 6333 9973); but only after 4am. If she’s an under-25 she’ll be a regular at Zirca (The Cannery, Clarke Quay, 3C River Valley Rd; 6235 2292). On Sundays, she’s partial to chilling with a cold flute of bubbly at The Shack (120 Tanjong Beach Walk; 6338 8035). On occasion she’ll be open to the idea of some form of physical exertion – dancing is her cardio – but will need ‘stimulation’ in the form of adrenaline. This season, she’ll be flowing with the best at Wave House (36 Siloso Beach Walk; 6377 3113).
Just look for the biggest buzz in the room – she’ll be at the centre of it, swilling drinks (bought for her by ambitious beaus) and laughing loud (at even their lamest jokes). She’s likely to have over a thousand friends on Facebook, and prides herself on cam-whoring whenever the opportunity presents itself. If there isn’t one, she’s happy to create it.
One-liners to use:
She’s a sparky one so all you need is a fire-starter. ‘Another champagne?’ will almost always work. If it’s already past the 3am marker, body shots or a Jägerbomb will pique her interest. An on-booze option – she could be a partying teetotaller – would be to dare her to do something outrageous. Just remember, she’s got a short attention span so you’ll need to come equipped with plenty of tricks up your sleeve.
Show your affection:
Every party princess needs a party frock. Surprise her with one of Kyla T’s flimsy, silky numbers ($269-$319) from Trixilini (#01-57 Millenia Walk, 6338 7060) and throw in a few costume trinkets so she doesn’t feel naked… Save that thought for later. And, nothing says ‘fun’ more than a surprise weekend away – this doubles up as a clever ploy to get her undivided attention. Book it through Mr and Mrs Smith (www.mrandmrssmith.com) but avoid the obvious city breaks (Bangkok and Jakarta) – similarly honeymoon favourites Bali and Koh Samui will cause her to feel stifled. Test her up-for-anything spirit with a few days in Chiang Mai or Hanoi. Give yourself a trump card by pre-booking separate beds.The gentlemanly gesture will not go unnoticed– or unrewarded.
Under the covers:
Don’t hold back, cowboy – if she’s up for putting on a show in public, imagine what she’ll get up to in bed. Lay back and enjoy the ride.
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