Archive for July, 2008

An Outing to A Famosa Resort

July 29, 2008

Over the weekend, the family went to A Famosa Resort in Alor Gajah, Melaka. A quick check online didn’t specify much information but found some blogs with many complaints! Lol!

I was skeptical to go at first. My third aunt has a bad knee, so we decided that walking about Melaka town is out of the question. Since we were not sure where to bring the family in Melaka, we decided to stay a night at A Famosa Resort.

bangunpagigosokgigi

We left home at almost 10 am after mom fussed over the children, getting them dressed and packing their things. We went to Clan Restaurant at Sri Petaling for breakfast. This restaurant serves good dim sum and kai wor pao. The kai wor pao is a combination of char siew pao and loh mai kai. For those who love both, it’s good to order this.

kaiwopao

After breakfast, we headed for Melaka. Traffic was smooth and nice. There weren’t many cars on the road. We reached Alor Gajah and went straight to the Safari World as the villa check in time was at 4 pm.

The ticketing booth is quite ridiculous. It’s a weekend and I was surprised only one person manning the three counters. Perhaps it was lunch hour. Anyway, they can opt for earlier lunch and rotate. It’s really stupid that they did not have a signboard to let you know the prices of the tickets. Then I realized that they charged foreigners differently. Locals were charged RM38 for adult and RM28 for children for Safari World and foreigners were charged RM58! A check on most blogs, they were posted in 2007 – so prices had since increased from RM35 to a steep RM38.

I find the ticketing system is chaotic. They have the same white color band with bar code for all amusement parks. They should have come up with something like color coded so that the staff don’t have to stress out for no reason. Imagine have to check one by one. If there were hordes of people, it would be chaotic.

Our timing couldn’t be better. We checked in at 1.30 pm after queuing for some 15 minutes at the ticketing counter.

wild wild west

The first show started at 2.15 pm, Wild Wild West. It has a couple of cowboys, Red Indians and horses running around. It’s just like the show I saw in Thailand. In fact, the setting is almost the same. I guess you don’t have to travel all the way to Chonbhuri for this show. You can get it here at A Famosa Resort. QQ was scared when he heard loud banging and explosion of guns. So if you have children, I suggest you cover their ears or hold them tight. It was quite enjoyable, but I do hope that they shorten the chit chatting and get into actions right away. The Red Indian dude is cute, though!

cute red indian

Right after the Wild Wild West, we made our way to the Multiple Animal Show. They have animals playing golf, playing dead, playing doctor, etc. it was not really enjoyable as I somehow felt pity for the animals having to do all the nonsense for the small token of food towards end of each trick. It reminded me of us. We work hard and run around like a monkey just to put food on the table. Same concept! But this is a form of exploiting animals, though it’s not as bad as some places which extract bile from a bear alive. I watched it over the tv during one of my hotel stays and felt totally upset about it.

After the multiple animal show, we went for the bird show. I enjoyed the bird show as it was something different. You have to duck your head when the eagle is flying low to avoid your head from being scratched by its sharp talon. My first aunt, being the obstinate one, didn’t want to sit down and preferred to stand up. We nagged her to sit down when the eagle was about to fly and fortunately, she relented. Somehow, we joked about her toupee. Both my cousin brother and I were giggling and wondered what if the eagle grabbed her false hair – it would be super hilarious. The emcee is the same guy from the Multiple Animal Show. What I didn’t like about the show was, they asked for money from guests and made the parrots went collecting money from the people who handed out money. It was said to be given as donation. Yeah right. Minimum RM10!

The next show was the Elephant Show. I guess the elephants and trainers are from Thailand. They did the same elephant show in Thailand – playing ball, painting, massaging, etc. I guess Safari World has the same concept as the one in Thailand – in terms of layout, shows and performers. The emcee is the same guy from the Multiple Animal Show and the Bird Show.. must be very, very short handed huh? We have some visitors from Iraq and they were actually movie stars in the hometown. That explained the two hand held camera man running around taking shots of the stars making the fool out of themselves. They pretty much enjoyed the show. They were even offered massage from the elephants. When the show finished, they spotted QQ and asked for permission to take picture with the cute toddler. Who would have thought QQ might be to be famous in Iraq some day!

cute QQ

We headed for the truck station after all the shows. It was quite a hectic schedule, running from one show to another so, I guess RM38 is quite well spent. Imagine you have to feed all the performers in the show; the animals!

eyes of the tiger

We boarded the truck station to check out animals in the safari. I find the safari is quite well maintained. We were guided by a bored looking middle aged Chinese man driving the truck. Half of the time, I couldn’t comprehend what he was saying till he switched to Mandarin. He was nice enough to make brief stop for us to take pictures of the animals in the “wild”.

The route to safari is quite a bumpy ride. Hence, pregnant ladies and people who have weak hearts are not allowed to be on board.

the safari

We came out from the safari with smiles on our faces and were glad it was a good day out. We headed to check into our 3-bedroom villa. The website showed super nice villas and bungalows but they didn’t put us up at the nice ones as seen on website. It was a good thing that I forgot how it looked like in the website that I would kick up a fuss if I don’t get the same. The one we went to wasn’t that bad either but, the room service is terrible. For real pictures of the villa, click here. Don’t believe the website. It’s bullshit.

We were asked to check if there were towels and floor mats in the villa and to revert if there is none. So, we immediately called the reception to ask for them. They took almost an hour and 15 minutes to revert with the things. I was a little bit pissed as mom was screaming at the kids was splashing water all over the place at the backyard swimming pool. Mom messed up the kitchen and water was all over the floor. The whole place was a mess and we don’t have floor mat to wipe. And my third aunt used my brother’s towel as kitchen towel, thinking it was the hotel towel.

I read from blogs, we need to buy food vouchers if we wanted to eat lunch at the safari world. We came prepared. We brought along some biscuits and cookies for lunch since we had late breakfast and then, went to the villa to have early dinner which we brought ourselves – bread, bak kua, tuna spread, kuih muihs, butter spread, instant noodles in cups and heong peng from Taiping. We even brought two crates of mineral water (48 bottles).

There is no place for cooking and don’t even think about having utensils. They have only one measly ridiculously small kettle to boil water. My family are like a bunch of scouts – we are always prepared. We even brought our own forks and spoons, plates, mugs, boiling kettle and a pot! They don’t have dish washer either, so we ended up using a bar of soap to wash up. so much “service” for RM788 per night, huh?

Anyhow, just as we were about to leave the villa to head to our next destination, the Cowboy Town, they managed to send two persons to deliver our towels and floor mats. Meaning, we have double set of everything. Yeah. We prefer it that way as there were 11 adults and 3 kids. Mess is order of the day!

We reached Cowboy Town rather late, at about 8 pm. Again, there was a beeline at the ticketing counter with one person manning the counter. It was really annoying.

While waiting for my sister to get the tickets, I was watching some people performing at the entrance. They hired a few Mak Nyahs (Ah Kua) dancing. QQ was very excited and went to dance along with them much to everyone’s amusement.

the fire eater

When we went in, it was already time for the show to start at 8.30 pm. We didn’t manage to get a good seating as there was a huge crowd at the entrance waiting earlier. It is mind boggling that the management decided to clog the entrance to the show area with a platform for patrons to take pictures with the lion cub. I found it utterly stupid. After we got stuck in the sea of people, everyone grew impatient and shouted “Oi!!!” then they finally let us in.

the fire eater

As I was seated at the far end of the 50m runway, I didn’t manage to take good pictures of the fire eater. I probably enjoy the fire eating part the best. The cute Red Indian guy earlier came and performed as well, so did the emcee, the guy who got shot dead at the Wild Wild West show, the Mak Nyahs at the entrance came in to do some belly dancing in some obscene see-through pants. This place is totally under staff. Heck. Even the same parrot in earlier bird show came and cycled on thin wire during the last gig. While waiting for the carnival to start, the management played some Arabic songs and you get to see a bunch of Middle Eastern men took to the runway and danced away. It was quite fun actually to watch them. It’s like we were visiting their country instead of the other way round.

the fireworks

The carnival-like show ended with three-minute fireworks at the end of the 50m runway. So, when you reached the end of the show of the very long carnival parade, at about 9.45 pm, it’s better for you to move your ass to the end of the lane where fireworks burst to the sky. Don’t you think, a round stadium is more appropriate than a long runway? It caused unnecessary stampede for people to move around from one end to another. Luckily, when I was there, the crowd of people is still controllable.

the great naga

Thinking the hectic day is over, we were soon walking towards the lantern show. It seems, the RM38 for adult and RM33 for children that we paid covered the lantern area. The place was not properly maintained. Some lanterns were broken and were not replaced. I mistakenly took the fallen peacock as a clam!

acrobatic

Anyway, since everyone is tired, we waited for the acrobatic show from China. It was quite amusing that this place is manned by only four persons. There were three male jugglers and a pretty Chinese lady. She did all the emceeing, the hula hoop and lastly, the balancing act on her forehead with hula hoop swinging at her waist and hands swinging two handkerchiefs simultaneously!! My aunts were screaming in anxiety. It was kinda pitiful as the place they performed in is so run down and the male performers were wearing dirty clothes like some street performers. It made me felt like giving them tips at the end of the show for such entertaining show.

I couldn’t stand the place as it was infested with mosquitoes. I couldn’t wait to go back to the villa for a bath and sleep.

ninja

The whole resort is crowded with people from the Middle East. Everywhere you look, you see ladies in black veil in such a hot tropical climate. I wonder why they even bother to take pictures. Sometime I wonder how the men could recognize their wives on the streets with all the covering up. They even served Middle Eastern food and played Middle Eastern songs to accommodate the visitors.

The next morning, since we only have 6 vouchers for breakfast – the six of us went to the Safari World café for breakfast. Kinda stupid, isn’t it? They place you at the villa some 5 minutes drive away from the café and expected you to drive back all the way back to Safari World and pay RM3 for parking to have breakfast. Of course we didn’t pay for the parking. We went in before 8.30 am to be entitled for the free parking. The breakfast is not buffet breakfast and you get to choose only one out of three types of meals offered – the nasi lemak, the porridge or western. We opted for 3 nasi lemak and 3 western food. The nasi lemak is quite mediocre and perhaps, everyone should try the western styled food.

melaka

After everyone is awake, we left the villa in good spirit. We made a brief stop in Melaka for lunch. We didn’t get to eat the my favorite chicken rice ball shop at Kedai Kopi Chung Wah as Melaka was infested with tourists on weekend and it was total madness! Never ever go to Melaka on weekends. The crowd is crazy! We headed home after everyone complained about the heat and QQ couldn’t stop whining and crying. It must have been very tiring since we all went to bed late last night.

All in all it was quite an enjoyable trip, despite a few chaotic moments.

For other blogs feedback (mostly complaints), please check out the following links:-

Mama Zara
A dad’s point of view

For more pics, click here.

A Taste of Chiang Rai

July 22, 2008

I went on an impromptu outing with Tao Pok on Sunday. She said she would be dropping by Kuala Lumpur to pass some documents to a client and decided to loiter around the Curve. I wonder if she has heard of courier service before in Sg. Pelek? Lol!

Since I have not been shopping for awhile, I jumped at the opportunity to go out. After all, it was always good to make time for closest friends.

The morning started at Desa Aman Puri, Kepong. I went to this fishball shop in Desa Aman Puri along Jalan Desa 1/3 (the same row as Tak Fok Restaurant) as Ms SureWin (my only partner-in-crime in Shenzhen and suffered same agony dealing with Katak) wanted to try the fried chee cheong fun. It was quite good but the portion is kinda small. I didn’t take picture as I do not want to scare you people with the amount of food we took in the morning. The three of us had hainanese coffee and tea, one bun, taiping style chee cheong fun with sweet red sauce, fried chee cheong fun with fish paste noodles, fish ball soup, fried fish cake and a bowl of fish ball curry with tong fun! I think a picture of the hainanese coffee would suffice?

Hainanese Coffee

Anyway, as soon as we finished our meal, a quite familiar looking man walked in with his friend. I thought I have seen this familiar face before. He was none other than Mr Michael Chong. I am glad he got to spend time having leisurely breakfast on Sunday and not burdened by some morons who never learn their lessons borrowing money from loan sharks to settle their gambling debts.

Well, this post is not about this fish ball shop as I find the food is quite mediocre and way too salty for my taste. This post is about a shop opposite this fish ball shop, Chiang Rai Style Restaurant that caught my eyes while I was stuffing my face with fish balls.

We decided to return to Desa Aman Puri for dinner after a movie “Red Cliff” at Cineleisure and shopping spree at the Curve. After our late lunch at Vivo, we were actually quite full. But I am glad that we decided to try having dinner anyway to satisfy Tao Pok’s cravings for good old Chiang Rai food. In March, both Tao Pok and I were in Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai and, Thai food is such a delight that made us crave for more.

We ordered the “basic” Thai dishes from the menu – the green curry chicken, tom yum goong, stir fried pork with basil leaves and baby kailan. We asked for single portions for every dish since we were still quite full.

Stir Fried Pork with basil leaves

After waiting for awhile, the stir fried pork with basil leaves reached our table. We were very much intrigued that it came with century eggs as well! This is probably the first time I tried stir fried pork with basil leaves and century egg!

Tom Yum Goong

The tom yum goong tasted like the one we had in Chiang Rai and it’s as good as it looks. It’s not for people with low tolerance for chillies and spiciness though. I learn from Ms SureWin that, the steamed fish in hot lemon sauce is also super hot and delicious! I guess I would try that in near future.

Green Curry Chicken

This green curry chicken reminds me of the one I had in Chiang Rai. I tried green curry in many Thai restaurants here in Kuala Lumpur and actually gave up and totally avoided this dish because most of them don’t serve a tasty green curry chicken. I am glad I found it here. Nothing can come close to the one I had in Chiang Rai than this one!

Since there were three of us, the “small” servings were a bit too big for us to finish, I ended up ta-paoing most of the dishes.

I enjoy Thai food tremendously and most of the time, whenever I go out, I would pester my friends to go for Thai food. Ever since I visited Hat Yai many years ago and my tongue tasted the mother of all tom yum – the kheng som, I couldn’t find equally good tasting tom yum in Kuala Lumpur. The closest so far is probably Amarin Thai but now, I have found the best in Chiang Rai Style Restaurant and it’s much cheaper too!

One authentic thing is missing though. They don’t serve sticky glutinous rice ala Northern Thailand style, to go with the food, not that I am complaining. It’s just to note that most dishes are served with glutinous rice in Northern Thailand.

How to get there?

If you are familiar with Desa Aman Puri, the restaurant is situated just next door to the Old Town Café along Jalan Desa 1/3, the opposite row from Tak Fok Restaurant. For those who are not really familiar with Desa Aman Puri, I think you could use this map nicked from Shaolin Tiger’s blog to beef ball noodles house. I think Chiang Rai Style Restaurant is just at the row opposite of this beef ball noodle house.

Parking can be quite a hassle as there are many nice restaurants along the same stretch. Try to be there before 7 pm as the crowd would trickle just after 7 pm and you would have to wait for a while for the food to be served.

And guess how much was the bill? It totaled up to RM52 for four dishes and four drinks for three persons. Who said cheap things are no good?

I can’t wait to go to this restaurant again soon!

Chiang Rai Style Restaurant
No. 1-22A & A1, Jalan Desa 1/3,
Desa Aman Puri
51200 Kuala Lumpur
Kein Wong (M) 017-8839002 (T) 03-55692211

My Favorite Restaurant

July 20, 2008

This weekend, I went on a gluttony spree – to celebrate Datin’s birthday and Tao Pok visiting from Sepang. So, I would have two separate posts on food alone this week. So, people, be prepared to drool.

Lau Heong Restaurant in Sentul is no longer alien for those who have been following this blog from the old blog. Till today, Lau Heong Restaurant is still my top favorite restaurant due to the taste as well as the prices of the food.

I have been to this restaurant since I started my first job in Jalan Ipoh. I would say, 10 out of 10 of my friends would agree that the food in this restaurant is delicious and good value for money. Heck! Mr Particular also agreed that the food here is above average and I could see him munching away with a hearty appetite. So, it is this good that it deserved a second mention in this blog! And I actually have the contact number on my speed dial!

On Saturday, we decided to meet earlier to celebrate Datin’s birthday. Since Datin wanted to go to this much raved about place but somehow never gotten around going; we decided to bring him to try it this time.

Old train station
Kuala Lumpur Old Train Station

The traffic to Sentul on Saturday was slightly packed with cars but it was quite a smooth ride. I was glad that Datin took another route to Kuala Lumpur apart from the usual route I would take. I got the chance to take this really pretty picture of the old Kuala Lumpur train station. I guess there is some truth in the saying, “Taking the road less traveled” – you might discover some pleasant surprises along the way.

When we got there just 10 minutes before 7 pm, the place was almost packed. We took the final few al-fresco tables as the air conditioned room upstairs was packed and some tables were reserved. After I ordered the “usual”, dictating the list of dishes I wanted like a trained parrot; the food came in quite impressive speed and it started to drizzle. We quickly shifted our food into the restaurant at the very last table! Thank God, we were fast enough!

When I am taking about the “usual” here, these were the delicious recommended dishes of this restaurant that I guess brings them much business. There was once in a particular year, I was quite a regular, frequenting this place almost every other two weeks, I asked the restaurant owner’s son to recommend other dishes and he said to me, “Tou hai lei seng yatt kiu lei kiu hooi kor yeong!” (Cantonese: The good ones are those you have always ordered every time you come here!). Lol!

So people, here are the must-have dishes that you should train yourself to order whenever you frequent this restaurant:-


Seong Tong Lala (Lala in soup!)


Chiu Yip Sotong (Banana leaf buttered squid. You may add prawns also, but it would cost more)


Kari Pou Yue (Curry stingray)


Nam Yue Chao Kai Yek (Nam Yue Fried Chicken Wing)

Other recommended dishes that I have tried before were their signature tofu (fried and comes with thai sauce), fried chicken strips in thai sauce and mango, koo lou yok (sweet sour pork – up to Mr Particular’s standard) and fu yue yao mak (Yao mak vege in fermented bean curd).

So, what’s the damage for this meal? The five of us ordered 6 dishes (not in picture – fu yue yao mak and signature tofu) and 7 plates of rice, it costs us only RM80.40!

How to get there? You may check out my old blog here for directions.

Restoran Makanan Laut Lau Heong
43A-0-9, Jalan 3/48A, Sentul Perdana, Bandar Baru Sentul, 51000 KL.
Tel: 03-40427857

Bon Appétit!

P.S Happy be-early birthday, dear Datin!! :D

Other bloggers’ review:-

KampungboyCitygirl

Note: There is actually another Lau Heong in Bandar Baru Sentul which serves basically the same dishes, but I still prefer this place for its curry sting ray.

Truth & Justice

July 17, 2008

I was randomly switching channels, trying to avoid watching the news as they were very devastating. I feel the state of this country is even more depressing than my love life. As I was bouncing in and out between HBO, Cinemax and Star Movies, I ended watching the final part of Gladiator.

It was a scene where Maximus pierced Commodus, the Emperor in his throat with a small, nevertheless deadly knife.

I enjoy this movie very much. I think I watched it a few times till I could recall some scenes vividly.

Maximus was the most renowned General in the Roman army. He had never lost any wars and the late Emperor trusted him with all his heart. However, upon the emperor’s untimely death caused by his jealous and envious son, Commodus was too worried about the popularity of Maximus that he had to find a way to kill him at all costs.

After he escaped a death order on him, fate brought Maximus back to life as a gladiator. He mourned the cruel death of his wife and son. He was a man with vengeance. They were human despicable feelings of jealousy, hatred and hunger for power that caused Maximus so much pain. He was hoping that one day, justice would prevail and he would get his chance of fulfilling Marcus Aurelius’ last wishes and pay revenge for his family. His golden opportunity finally arrived when the new Emperor, Commodus legalized gladiator games again.

To cut the long story short, due to pressure from the public (or the mob) and the rising popularity of Maximus much to Commodus’ chagrin; Commodus decided to have a duel with Maximus. Man to man. However, being a coward son of a bitch, he unlawfully detained Maximus and inflicted some injuries on Maximus before the show down. 

It was a great ending when the seriously injured Maximus pierced Commodus to death in the throat. Maximus gave his final orders from the late emperor, Marcus Aurelius before his last breath and went “home” to his dead wife and son.

This movie somehow uncannily reflects what is happening in our country at this moment. Wishes of the late Emperor (the people) were not fulfilled and the reigning power, Commodus (the government) is a despicable character –incest, hunger for power, spending excessively and insecure. Worry that the popularity of Maximus (DSAI) who was loved and adored by the Emperor and people; Commodus decided to kill him.

In between, there were hurdles – lions (FRU) and chariots with blades on their wheels (road blocks) were sent to vanquish Maximus but to no avail. The duel? Remember the recent debate – by hitting below the belt on irrelevant matters!

Surely and almost with certainty, truth and justice will prevail in the end.

Before I go to bed after the movie, I mumbled a prayer to God of the Universe. I didn’t really  bother which God I was praying to; but as long as this God could get Anwar Ibrahim and the people out of injustice, all glory and praises be to this God. In critical times like these, even a cynic like me believes in miracles.

Sex, Lies and Chicken Rice

July 14, 2008

The story started with a man being swallowed alive into the center of the earth. There were angry infernos everywhere. There were also holes surrounding the core of the earth, which looked somewhat like a worm hole.

Giant worms with sharp teeth and tentacles emerged from the holes. They went after him and looked as if they were going to eat him alive. Slimes were dripping everywhere.

The man suddenly vomited and the moment his bile waste fell onto the earth; bright lights and rays of fire expelled violently from the earth core. The fiery rays of light and fire fried the giant worms alive but left the man unscathed.

Out of a sudden, the man emerged from the fiery blaze wearing a leather suit akin to batman. The fire then sizzled and retreated the same way as it came; fast and furious.

Then there appeared a naked woman out of nowhere with the beauty of Eve. They were set to conquer the world together.

The police somehow got to know of this and decided not to let this hell breaks loose. We hurriedly went to the hole where the man in bat suit was being swallowed alive. We saw this man and the woman was about to claw their way out from the hell hole. I was one of the policewomen.

A colleague with extraordinary strength, took a huge rock and threw down at the man and the stone went down with a loud thud. The stone hit the man on the spot and killed him instantly. His head was flatten like a roti canai.

The naked woman next to him shrieked like a banshee and vowed to avenge her partner’s life. Having super powers, she flew away.

We were then transported into a building where she was believed to be hiding. All police personnel were equipped with bullet proof vest; helmets and more powerful guns and were put on high alert. We combed every floor looking for this woman. We were given instructions to shoot at sight.

This woman cleverly disguised as normal human being. She could get away with changing her faces until she decided to turn into a person who resembled a friend of mine. I could smell that in her skin as she approached from the elevator.

The moment our eyes met, I already knew it was her in my friend’s disguise. I shouted at my other colleagues to go after that woman in disguise.

She tried to escape back into the elevator and was shielded by a Caucasian woman. I frantically shouted orders at the Caucasian woman to be on the knees so I could shoot her – “Get down! Get down!” The Caucasian woman sprawled onto the elevator floor and I took an aim at the woman and shot her accurately on her neck.

Being an alien, she didn’t bleed but the shot somewhat paralyzed her. I quickly took the opportunity to jump on her and handcuffed her. Since I worried that she might recovered from the shot, we used handcuffs which could paralyze super powers and handcuffed her on a railing on a busy street while waiting for backup.

Come to think about it…. The railing on the street looked like the one in Argyle Street in Hong Kong in Mongkok district, where we had our chow tofu when we visited Hong Kong last year. Hehe!

While waiting for backup, I was resting in a house. Somehow, the atmosphere was somewhat relaxing and calm. I was sitting on a comfortable velvety brown couch and watching HBO.

There was a guy sitting far left from me. He looked like my classmate from secondary school. Daniel^ was a guy with medium built, strong hands, army short hair style, smooth fair skin and small slanting eyes. I could feel he was looking at me. I stared back at him and he was all in flirty mode.

^Name changed to protect the innocent

I was telling myself, if he’s in a flirty mode, why was he sitting so far away from me?

“Come nearer!” my head literally screamed.

As if he could read my thoughts, he suggested “Let’s make out when there’s commercials.”

I couldn’t stifle my laughter and let out a hearty laugh at his attempt to make funny remarks.

I switched off the tv and looked at him.

Barely able to contain my lust, I pounced on him on the couch and we made out vigorously. *

*Note: In this dream, I was this slim and slender woman and the total opposite of what I am in real life. Sigh.

I was then walking along a street. It looked like a street where I used to stroll down when I was in TAR College. Walking next to me was an old flame.

Old Flame asked me to put my arms around his waist. I did and chuckled that it was getting wider. I asked if he had put on some weight. He just smiled at me and hugged me as we walked down the street and we chatted about the good old times.

Daniel was seething with jealousy and anger when he saw me walking and hugging this guy in public.

He met up with Old Flame face to face and demanded him to stay away from me. Daniel said, we have been going steady for about a year now and asked Old Flame not to disturb our relationship.

I was somewhat saddened by the misunderstanding (I think if this were to happen in real life, I would probably be jumping with joy for the amount of attention given – hahah!) and decided to take a break.

The story ended with me becoming a chicken rice seller and packing a few packets to be distributed to poor children.

I woke up in a totally confused state. So confused that I don’t know how on earth I came up with this “a little off” title.


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