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call 0404 for pizza making class!
Thursday, April 30 | 12:47 PM

My brother's domestic helper agreed to teach some of us how to whip up a home-made pizza.

Preparing the pan...

Fast forward after preparing the dough and we are now placing the toppings...
 
Meanwhile, in the living room, everybody loves to get a piece of Sprite.

That's our teacher and my nephew.

Frying the salmon to be placed in the baked rice  dish.

The cheese and salmon go very well with the baked rice...yummy.

Please...can I have a piece of the very fragrant smelling red chicken bakua?

No???  Fine!  I'm sure there's something in the bin I can scrap up...

The time machine is taking such a long warp!

I could use a belly rub in the meantime...

Woohoo!

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balloon madness
Wednesday, April 29 | 5:48 PM

"Sir, this is school.  
Why are we doing this - blowing up balloons - in class?"


take a break
blow up a balloon
pass it on
cheer up someone special today
when was the last time you did something 
silly and spontaneous
BUT extraordinarily FUN!












some of my colleagues caught the "infection" as well



so what are you waiting for?
take a break from the ratrace
do something silly TODAY!

More pictures of this mania can be found here.

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mounting mouse
Tuesday, April 28 | 7:40 AM

Well, this sort of reminds me of Sprite now.  She's having her period, in heat and humping every human leg.  Someone find me a male Jack Russell please?  

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Glorious Return
Monday, April 27 | 1:42 PM






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simmer
| 5:02 AM

I had spent a fair bit of this weekend packing at my old home.  Imagine the simmering sentiments when I came across this patch of fur cluster, belonging to my deceased dog, tucked at the back of a shelf.

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The Fear
Sunday, April 26 | 11:11 PM

Lily Allen



I like a bit of synthesizers in a song.  Add great lyrics like The Fear depicting the signs of the times, it is a blast!

The Fear - Lily Allen

I want to be rich and I want lots of money 

I don’t care about clever 

I don’t care about funny 

I want loads of clothes and f***loads of diamonds 

I heard people die while they are trying to find them

I’ll take my clothes off and it will be shameless 

‘Cuz everyone knows that’s how you get famous 

I’ll look at the sun and I’ll look in the mirror 

I’m on the right track yeah 

I’m on to a winner


I don’t know what’s right and what’s real anymore 

I don’t know how I’m meant to feel anymore 

When we think it will all become clear 

‘Cuz I’m being taken over by The Fear

Life’s about film stars and less about mothers 

It’s all about fast cars and passing each other 

But it doesn’t matter cause I’m packing plastic 

and that’s what makes my life so f***ing fantastic

And I am a weapon of massive consumption 

and its not my fault 

it’s how I’m program to function 

I’ll look at the sun and I’ll look in the mirror 

I’m on the right track yeah 

I’m on to a winner


Forget about guns and forget ammunition 

Cause I’m killing them all on my own little mission 

Now I’m not a saint but I’m not a sinner 

Now everything is cool as long as I’m getting thinner

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protect
Saturday, April 25 | 7:59 PM

The day Sprite needed some protection against herself, it was the same day she became very grouchy.






Click here for the full spread regarding Sprite's first visit to the vet.

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don't rain on my tennis days!
Friday, April 24 | 6:22 PM

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vampire prejudice
| 9:02 AM

Once upon a time, a certain ruler named Hitler killed not just the Jews but also those who hid the latter in their homes.

The whites, it seemed, also oppressed their own kind who made friends with the blacks in the deep south.

Furthermore, women had fought for years against discrimination, alongside men who believed in their cause, and their battle continues up til today.

In a more controversial development, gay sympathisers around this region fight more or less a silent war because of traditions and deep seated religious views.

Recently, I have been following this hypnotising television series, True Blood.  It's about vampires engaging in the modern world except that small town fears and prejudices often prevail over common sense.  In a recent episode I have just watched, Adele, the granny of the female protaginist (below), Sookie (played by the very talented Anna Paquin) was found murdered (the third or fourth murders that surfaced in town) after openly sympathising with the male vampire, Bill, even to the extent of organising a talk by Bill to the townsfolk at a church setting.  

I have not seen the recent vampire movie that had many head out to buy the book version of the film (whose title I still cannot recall).  With True Blood echoing sentiments that go a long way back, I am begining to let vampires stake their presence on my psyche.  I call them my fresh buzz.  However, the series has an NC16 rating on local television here, so yeah, kids - you should stay away, I have to at least sound politically correct, right?

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saint salon
Thursday, April 23 | 9:24 AM

The Saint Saloon in operation yesterday morning before The Clash.





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silver
Wednesday, April 22 | 10:00 PM

Congratulations to 
DRAMA CLUB 
for being awarded
SILVER
for the recent SYF.

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17-10
| 9:38 PM

After 2 long dry spells, 
The Saints Go Marching In Again   

St. Andrew's Secondary won ACS(I)
17 - 10

To the `B' Div ruggers, 
I said I'll be there and I WAS!  This was the only match I could catch this entire season (for reasons I've explained to you all numerous times!) but your great plays made the trip down so bloody worthwhile!  You were AWESOME!!

P.S. Thanks for the sweaty and tearful hugs...haha.

picture from Hendrick's Facebook account

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clash
| 11:27 AM

Clash Of The Titans
Rugby`B' Division Police Cup
St. Andrew's Secondary vs. Anglo Chinese (Independent)
TODAY * 345pm * Padang

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red alert
Tuesday, April 21 | 10:24 AM

A colleague shared these shots with me today. They were taken on 10 April 2009.

Oh well...if this was done to the local leaders here, the culprits would be sued til the last thread on their backs. 



This reminds me of some well organised marathons or the Big Walk in Singapore! 


Enterprising individuals making lemonades from lemons!

Keeping the protest contingent at the Victory Monument in perspective.



I seriously hope to visit Bangkok myself in 2 weeks' time to help boost the economy with my spending!!

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