Greetings from Team Anything Lah.
It’s been a great journey so far, and I’d like to think that we all did well, despite being an independent community with no funding whatsoever, haha!
To all the writers, sharers, submitters: thank you for sharing your stories and for allowing us to connect you to others, and vice versa. Your content is evergreen, timeless and will never fade within time — unless we delete this site, of course — but we’re going to try our best to ensure that never happens.
Again, the idea to set up this site was to solely connect with people through shared experiences, tips, guides and anything under the sun, which also inspired the site’s name.
We hope that this year will see a greater reach, more collaborations and opportunities as well as a stronger base.
But let me not bore you with proclamations/declarations/promises … the sole purpose of this post is to extend my thanks, and to also present to you a summary of how Anything Lah fared in 2018 which is (not being biased), not bad for what I would call a ‘noob’ in the market (if we even pass to be part of the market). LOL.
Anyway here goes:
MOST POPULAR SUBMISSIONS IN 2018
(Based on 267 articles submitted)
- 25 things you say during sex, that can be used during job interviews
- 5 Malaysian underground rappers you might have never heard of
- Happy endings
- When did ‘thicc’ suddenly become a thing
- Dei! 10 ways to profile a macha
- The First Student I slept with (Parts 1 & 2)
- I think this malaysian hip-hop group is pretty good
- Nalisa Alia: Body positivity
- A relationship with mental health issues
- It’s a match! (or not) #Tindering 101
- How-To: UFO Tarts
- My message to all hiring managers out there
- Why are people so racist?
- Rant: A$$hole bosses
- #Pehamelimpah & why toxic role models are over
- There’s this differently-abled model management firm, and i think it’s brilliant
- Cultural Appropriation exhibit A: playing Indian to sell fashion
- Staycations & Sex
- Outercourse: A confession and guide
- Pemburu MILF 101
- 9 stereotypical statements Sabahans & Sarawakians are sick of Hearing
That’s that … and we look forward to receiving more of your stories, experiences and thoughts! Write to firstname.lastname@example.org if and whenever you feel like it!