February 10th, 2010


Officially a local?

B.T just said Walau to me.

Does that mean that he is officially a 'local' and speaking Singlish?

But then again, that was said via instant messenger. So I am not sure if that counts because when he says it, OMG, I cannot stop laughing. Imagine, Walau or Can lah with an American accent. *faints

Meanwhile, the rest remains the same. He is still very much an American boy at heart - still only uses dental floss from the States etc and worse still, my mom and sis has tried out his recommendation and love it so much that each time I travel to the States, I buy dental floss for them -_-

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Ballerina pink

The dress code at my workplace screams 'casual'. Bosses are in jeans and tee, the rest of us wear mostly whatever we fancy. In fact, if you dress up, you'll be asked "How was the interview?"

Yesterday, I was casual in jeans, comfy slimfit tee and skinny dunks. So today, I felt like being 'dressy'. And everyone asked - "Going out on a date tonight?" Sigh.

Anyway, my outfit somewhat reminds me of a ballerina outfit. I guess I've always wanted to be a ballerina since young :p

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Red mango

Lately, I noticed yoghurt shops sprouting up all over the place. It's not a bad thing because I'm quite a fan of yoghurt.

I first sampled Red Mango in San Francisco. It's popular around the Bay Area. Then, I thought it was pretty good hence I was pleased to noticed an outlet near my office.

This huge cup costs just S$5. It's a twist of natural and mango flavored yoghurt with generous toppings of granola, dried cranberries, fresh blackberries and sliced kiwis.

I think I shall eat yoghurt more regularly :)

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