During a recent steamboat dinner, mom has just wiped her face with tissue paper (warm evening plus steamboat mah). She turns to me and asked:
Mom: My face got tissue?
After checking on her face, something lit up! 💡
Me: Mi, you wanna know your face got tissue or not right?
The other day my sis was tidying up her messy cabinet when she found some old packaging of Famous Amos, the fame chocolate chips cookies from USA. Yes, she collects nice packaging and napkins from shops and restaurants… a habit she
copied adopted from me. I still collect them but have become quite selective in recent years. I also collect paper bags which you can take a look here.
My sis was planning to throw the Famous Amos packaging away before she remembers that I’m the pioneer collector in this household. LOL I took it with the aim of writing a post about it. These are history babe. I rummaged through my collection but found no Famous Amos packaging. Guess I didn’t collect them.
I arranged them by guesswork with the oldest on the left and latest on the right (which I just finished chowing ’em down today). I don’t know how old the rest of them are/were (which is correct? Oh my poor English) but I plan to keep them.
I find the taste has changed a bit with the recent one. Not as aromatic as it used to be.
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.
Life quotes taken from my favorite Indian restaurant (Tetra House of Briyani). These are the last one, though I hope there will be more. They’ve been invaluable. You can check out Essence of Sri Bhagavad Gita (Song of God) and Law of Life also. All these are truly amazing pieces that teaches you about life.
You become what you think.
Be what you want.
To be not what other want to see.
The way dad pronounce macaron. Not always. Just once. This unintentional joke were enough to bring the house down & send me rolling on the floor.