Daily Archives: 21 April, 2005

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No Food In The House!

I grasped my ample tummy and feel panic enveloping my cholestrol-laden heart. OMG, I am going to starve tonight!

Wait! Wait! Don’t panic. There must be a way out of this. Relax and think.

(Strike zen-pose) *Hummmmmmmmmmm*

Oh yes! I remember now! My two box of cereals!

I’m saved!


Coco Crunch & Honey Star! As I hold the boxes in my hand, I feel such blessing. God knows I am hungry. But then… shit! I don’t have milk! The one I bought must have solidified into semi-solid tofu over the week! So I ran up to my fridge (tripping over some fucking thing on the floor) and take out my carton of milk, careful not to hold it too near my nose…

…. and the expiry date is 2nd May! God Bless Hilo Milk! I was feeling so jubilant that it will be almost indecent to see that grin on my face as I rip open…

… the box of Coco Crunch….

… and the box of Honey Star…

… and in went the milk! Splash! I feel such glee seeing the brown and yellow thingies floating in pure white milk. I pour the whole damn thing into the bowl.

TADAA! My supper! I am saved! *dance around*

P.S: As I download the photos from my camera I realize there is another photo I took yesterday. Also of food.



One curry fish head. One yam ring. Two hungry men. (Few minutes later) Two full men. (Few days later) Only one fatter man. F*ck

P.S.S: Then I remembered my lunch today – nasi lemak, barley ice, followed by a salmon sandwich with potato chips and coffee, followed by Irish Whiskey Bailey ice cream. My God

P.S.S.S: I finished my bowl of cereals by the time I finish typing the second sentence above. I think I need help

Kekeke…

Movie Ticket Petition

Do you know now you have to pay S$9.50 for a movie show during the weekend?

“In view of the price hike by 3 companies (Shaw Organisation, Eng Wah Organisation and Golden Village) from 16 May 2005 onwards, singaporeans should not stand down towards the three companies which comprise the Cinematograph Film Exhibitors Association (CFEA).

This 3 companies have gone ahead of the Jan 2006 ‘price-fixing’ law which forbids companies from directly or indirectly fixes purchases or selling prices. It also prohibits the abuse of market power by a dominant player (or a group of them) to drive out competitiors, which clearly is shown in this example of raising of Movie Ticket’s prices.

In this case, since the law is not underway yet and the companies have jump ahead to raise the price before the law gets to them. There is nothing that can be done EXCEPT for us consumers to unite and go against these 3 companies.”

Do something. Be heard.

Let Me Sleep!



OMG! So cute!!!