BonusLink is a consumer rewards program in Malaysia. All you need to do is collect points at their participating partners. When they first started in 1998 (17 years ago), a family can only receive 1 primary card and 1 supplementary card. Then about 5/6 or more years ago, the supplementary option is open to other family members as well (you can apply additional 2 supplementary cards provided they have the same mailing address). Of course we applied immediately. This make accumulating points faster.
This card is antique! I’ve only changed it once due to magnetic problem.
We’ve been BonusLink members since 1998… yup since their inception. I think we joined in Parkson Grand. During the 1999 Chinese New Year, I entered Parkson BonusLink contest and I was one of the winners. The prize is 18,913 Bonuslink points (such odd numbering). Why I’m able to remember the number? Because I still have the winner announcement letter with me. I haven’t won any contest by BonusLink ever since then. LOL
My sis bathed Chester the other day, so I took the opportunity to snap some photos of Chester in his wet, sexy and serious look. Ohlala Enjoy!
Yes, bath time! I love it. I’m busy licking my hand smeared with shampoo.
Here are the three Korean dramas which I watched and liked. They were broadcasted from March to June this year.
Unkind Women 착하지 않은 여자들
Unkind Women is about the ups and downs of 3 generations of women in a family; a grandmother, her two daughters and granddaughter.
I was excited at first about Song Jae Rim starring in this drama. His character pairing with Lee Ha Na were stimulating at first but once they are together, the chemistry quickly fizzles off. In the end, the ones who won my heart were Kang Soon Ok (the grandmother played by Kim Hye Ja) and Jang Mo Ran (the husband’s mistress played by Jang Mi Hee). Ohmygod what can I say? These two ladies are just so CUTE together. Those unkind words lashes out at each other and the dry humor they share… so wonderful & entertaining. I love ya you two. You hear me? Go on and watch this drama if not just for the sake of these two ahjummas.
Let’s continue with my Singapore trip.
On day 2, we took the MRT to Chinatown in the morning. A less than 10 minutes walk brought us to Maxwell Road Food Centre for breakfast. Click the link to see what I ate.
After breakfast, we ride to HarbourFront MRT which connects to VivoCity. From VivoCity, we took the Sentosa Express S$4 to Sentosa Island. Our target? Universal Studios of course! Actually there are counters at VivoCity for you to buy Universal Studios tickets but they don’t sell senior ticket.
Queue for the tickets was fairly long at Universal Studios but they move quickly. Adult entrance ticket cost S$74 while senior only pay S$36.
Our Universal Studios entrance tickets.
Recently I had the most earth-shattering encounter with food. My oh my, what an experience!
I went to an organization where food was provided. On day 1, I had jam and butter with bread. For lunch and dinner I had fish. The fish was really good. It’s a thick rich white-fleshed fillet and super yummy. Kinda like cod fish but not.
Next morning, when I farted, with the additional of wind, out came some yellowish discharge. Initially I thought I have pooped in my pants and the yellow-orange thingy is diarrhea. About 10 minutes later, I farted again and yes, you guess it out came this yellow-orange thingy. I didn’t panic though. Remembering what I ate the night before, I figured the culprit must be the butter because that’s the only thing in yellow. Also thankfully I had menstrual pad with me.