A very happy princess i am today! All for a simple reason: I get to see/hug/irritate/spend time with pork chop! He He Heh!
Bus'ed to pork chop's house first thing in the morning. Rode to Arab Street together as dar had an appointment scheduled with some guy from some car rental shop. Along the way, dar almost got knocked down by a reversing car. Thank God that lady braked in time else dar's toes wld have become minced pork chops. I guess she must have felt extremely guilty about the incident as she couldnt help but apologize profusely. Ha Ha Ha. Its okie, you're forgiven!
Lunch'ed at Toa Payoh Lor 7. Initially planned on having Fried Mee Fen from the cze char store at RaceCourse Road but changed my mind as i suddenly dint feel like having mee fen for lunch. Blame the car rental store guy, who kept us hungry as he stood us up for more than 30 minutes! But since we learnt alot from you today, u shall be forgiven too! Muahahaha.
Some shots taken whilst waiting...
Dar wearing the leather jacket i got him! I think he really looks good in it. Dont you?
2 forgiven, and still counting...
Dar had the $2 mixed veg rice while i had a bowl of dry mixed beef kway teow for lunch. Dar ordered 2 popiahs each for the both of us. Im really grateful for the popiah treat but 2 popiahs was seriously too much oredi! Muahaha. I was practically on the verge of raising my white flag. so FULL! Ha Ha Ha. But its okie, since u hao (3) xin (1) buy for me, i shall forgive u as well! =Pp
Rode to the nearby Community Library. Stayed there for abt an hour or so. Surfed the net, did some work, and read magazines to pass time. Rode to my grandma's place after that. Did my econs, listened to the radio, gossiped with my bitch buddy and watched a dvd. Stayed there till 5ish in the evening before riding out for dinner.
Dinner was at....
Wan Tou Shek, Geylang Lorong 17! Its a dimsum shack =)
They dont have an english menu though. Everything is written and described in chinese! My goodness, thank God for pictures.
We ordered their signature fried tofu, fried har kok, fried beancurd prawn rolls, fried fishmaw in sweet and sour sauce, har gao, and lotus rice! Scary how many fried stuffs we ordered. =/
Shared a cup of chrysanthenum tea too! This is how they serve their drinks! Not in proper cups but in plastic containers.
They do have air-conditioned indoor seating too. But given that it was a breezy and cooling evening, we decided to settle for outdoor seats. They overlook the oncoming traffic along geylang road. Dar's bike was parked right next to our dining table! Ha Ha. We could have just rode off and forget about the bill.
If only everyday could be spent with you, like this... if only...