Thursday, February 28, 2013


Kinpira Rice Burger.

Sulky Sushi.

Had a wonderful lunch at a Chinese Restaurant. The food was lovely, but I was too engrossed in eating to capture pictures haha. 

Chicken Teriyaki Ramen, because I felt like having noodles.

Monday, February 25, 2013

Hello hello

Sushi's side profile is so flat!!! Haha. She was watching television on my tummy, and growling at the dog in the documentary. I was super amused I had to take a picture. And yes, I'm wearing my primary school PE shorts, don't judge me haha. 

Lo Hei for the last day of Chinese New Year :)

Sunday, February 24, 2013

The Boy With His Hand In The Cookie Jar

The boy with his hand in the cookie jar
Whom I stumbled upon,
His grip about the cookie tightened,
His smile turned chagrin,
His eyes diverted swiftly,
He loudly exclaimed,
"No, it wasn't me!",
Flinging his hands in disbelief,
As the cookie shattered into a billion bits.
I stared at the broken cookie,
An irreversible feat.
Like the shredded paper, the broken pencil,
Of those he had fervently denied.
I nodded at him,
and chose to believe 
The boy with his hand in the cookie jar.

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Outdated Photos

I'm bored.

Here's a compilation of outdated photos that I managed to dig out.

With Sara and her bar. Hahahaha.

Brought Yuri and Joe to try awesome Roti Prata.

Night out at Clarke Quay.

Botanic Gardens trip. I can't believe I walked from one end of the garden to the other end in the searing hot weather.

The place I wanted to stay inside for the rest of the trip hahaha.

Some strange bird's nest looking plant. Or was it a real bird's nest?!?

I did not carve this on hahaha.

At Food For Thought.

This is Banana and Walnut Pancakes if I remember correctly.

So... since I walked through the Gates of Fortune, will I become rich now? Hahahaha.

At Gardens By The Bay. It was my first time there and the view was absolutely breathtaking.

Professional photographer hahaha.

We bought the ticket for the OCBC Skyway, and were about to enter when the guy handling the tickets told us that the light show would begin in a moment and the view was better from the bottom than from the top.

We laid down on the floor (or was it a stone bench? I don't remember) to enjoy the light show and rest. This is the view captured from that angle.

On the Skyway. I was literally frozen because it was so high up and the bridge (Can I call it a bridge) was shaking. And I mean, SHAKING.

Chinese opera at the Gardens.

Okay bye! :)