After training last night, (well, I did not train but it does not matter for what I am about to post) Michael, Kang Jun gege, Joycelyn, Geok Cheng and I went to have dinner at Berry Nice (is that how you spell it?) since the building where McDonald’s used to locate is being torn down.

Joycelyn insisted that she did not want to eat. But Geok and I knew that she would take the leftovers. So we ordered a larger serving of noodles and Geok took these random photos of Joycelyn eating:



I know, they are a killer.

Anyway, Happy April Fool’s! Don’t get fooled too much

More than a week without internet connection is really awful. Thus, the reason why I have not been online lately

Anyway, I have much to blog but since it has passed (and it was rather long ago), why bother? Anyway, I have a brand-spankin’ new Sony DSC T300. And, as Sabrina (from Sabrina, the Teenage Witch) would go: “WHOO HOO!”

(You have to forgive me. I have been watching seasons 2 to 6 whenever I did not feel like doing anything this holiday.)

Before I forget, Happy Birthday Shane! I know you’re an old man but that’s still no reason to carry on living like one You’re a really cool dude with a great temper and a fun person to be with. Your laughter is like, darn unique and I can always hear you at the other end of the bar Cheers, dude! (And it’s not like you’ll ever read this anyway.)

Back to the topic: Juno.

When I wiki-ed that, I got a Roman goddess and my birth month. But what I really wanted to find was this:

Yeah, I know. It took me forever to find time to go to a theatre just to catch a movie. What more everyone else I knew had already caught it and people who have not are not into dramady and those who have not just do not have the time to. I know, how sad can I be?

So, anyway, I just like the note Juno gave to Vanessa:

If you’re still in, I’m still in.

And so that’s where “Anyone Else but You” by The Moldy Peaches got featured in. I love that song when I found it off some random blog a couple of months back.

You’re a part time lover and a full time friend
The monkey on you’re back is the latest trend
I don’t see what anyone can see, in anyone else
But you

You are always trying to keep it real
I’m in love with how you feel
I don’t see what anyone can see, in anyone else
But you

After leaving the workforce to serve the nation six months ago, Yao Wei and I finally had the chance (and time) to meet up to catch up, chill, and, of course, drink

He was almost an hour late So dinner was on him

I have never, ever eaten crÍpes before. It was not because I never had the chance or that I don’t want to. It is just that I wanted my first taste of crÍpes at Out of the Pan (at Raffles City). So that was where we had dinner first

Out of the Pan

He had some escargot crÍpe while I had smoked ham. So, how was the first taste of crÍpe? Well, since I had smoked ham, it tasted like some ham pizza
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I guess I am what people call as “slow to react”. I was fine when I found out what happened. I was smiling and I was fine. I mean, yeah, I guess I could not stop thinking about it but I was fine. So later, when I was alone (I guess being alone makes me feel isolated and more panicky), I guess what was found out slowly sunk into my slow mind. Or maybe, I was processing it and digesting it but not fully able to control it. It’s like feeling on top of the world yet the anchor is pulling you into the depths of the deepest oceans. It’s like being told that I won the lottery and that I’ll be put to death at the same time. It’s like smiling happily yet feeling a slap across the face.

Or maybe it’s just the whole world against me for the day. And that was part of the world.

I wanted to do an entry on my first time cutting up a whole papaya, but, of course, Jo is always more important than an overripe fruit

Happy 23rd Birthday to you dear Jo! We love you always! (Even though we still know that you cannot cut a square cake.)

We had dinner at Miss Saigon, a Vietnamese restaurant in Bugis. I had my all-time favourite: Grilled Chicken and Spring Rolls Vermicelli. However, it was not very nice as I have tasted better ones

I think that every year, as we grow a year older, we have to become more mature. So that means no loud birthday song singing and not much camwhoring

Jo, her cake and five candles'
Her cake only had two big and two small candles. So we made her hold the last small candle

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Funny how you have been waiting for something for so, so long and when it’s finally here (well, let’s say, the day before) and something (just something, really) happens and things change (and when I say change, it means a lot) and absolutely nothing remains the same (which totally sucks and puts me into a depressing state) and the excitement just somehow dies. Abruptly.

But, then again, it was revived