Well for I think the first time I forgot to put the new video up on time. Not that it matters I guess not many people check on Sundays, strangely, none that I know of. I was searching for Family Guy clips on Youtube, they were all removed by the way, and I came across this somehow. You'll probably have to play it more than once, the jokes just whiz by so fast. Whoever wrote the dubbing script was good.
With my auntie back in Singapore, there are a couple more things to do, not that I'm really complaining. I guess I could use some fresh air.
In any case I do have a couple of things to entertain me at home. Mahjong... Electric guitar... and of course Orientation plans to keep me busy.
My aunt bought tickets to PAMdemonium, the performance by Pam Oei. It was good la, but I wouldn't have bothered with it myself. $25 leh. But there was one section of the show where she brought out a pianica, and lamented that it is very hard to blow and play at the same time. Surprisingly my mom laughed the hardest.
Wonder what she's been doing.
By the way her live band rocks. Nice instruments too. At the last part all of them switched places. Come the guitar solo (oh they were doing Smoke on the Water), the guitarist ran to Pam who was playing the guitar and soloed, the bassist who was drumming with the keyboardist ran to the keyboard to fill in, and when the solo was done they all ran back.
Madness I tell you.
Just before my aunt bought tickets however, we were at Akashi, the Japanese restaurant at CityLink. My aunt, after ordering the main dishes, kept ordering stuff like free, shark's fin chawanmushi, salmon and torou (tuna belly) sashimi, California reverse roll...
Except it wasn't free.
The bill ran up to 300+.
Funnily enough, while my aunt didn't bat an eyelid, we were just floored.
Went to PopcornPOP, expanded my Harry Potter card collection (as usual). I'll get Chicken Little next time. But on Sunday before the performance I was browsing, and I saw this little plastic figure of Chicken Little in that Men-In-Black pose, and I lovvve that pose, and it was only $2, so I bought that. Soon, I'll probably get a Stitch hollow plastic figure at $17, or else another figure of a similar kind to the Chicken Little one. $5. Uh... Da Vinci Code poster magnet...
Yeah. That should do to make me bankrupt.
orchestrated by Renhao at 9:43:00 pm
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