Hey! I am back in my comfort zone where I don't have to walk to go from one place to another. One bad thing about this place though. Time speeds here. I still have not had my dinner. I think I am going to have supper later.
Came back to Ipoh and had a short meeting up with mom's brother. Then, we went out to Old Town White Coffee for tea time and this was what I ordered.
Orange freezy float
Update: Just had my dinner consisting of chicken porridge with yau char guai with some crackers + rendang tuk. Now feeling bloated. Yum yum. Ipoh food still the best! :)
My favourite song for now:
Let God arise!!
I shall end this post with a joke I got from the mail.
JOKE OF THE DAYDr. Quek made a routine house call to Mr. Lim, one ofhis elderly patients.He asks, "And how are you doing today, Mr. Lim?"Mr. Lim replies, "I feel just fine, doc. But you know, it's the strangest thing.Every night when I get up to pang jio, the bathroom light goes on for me automatically when I open the door!"The doctor is worried that the old man is getting senile, so he phones the man's son, and the son's wife answers.The doctor tells her, "Mrs. Lim, I'm a little concerned about your father-in-law.It seems that when he gets up to urinate at night and opens the bathroom door, the light somehow goes on...."At which point, Mrs. Lim yells, "Aiyoh, Ah Seng!Ah Pa pang jio in the fridge again!"____________ _________ _________QUESTION: How do you know frogs are Hokkien?ANSWER : Because when it's cold, they go "kwah,kwah, kwah".QUESTION : How do Hokkien prawns laugh?ANSWER: Hae hae hae.QUESTION: How do Hokkien fish laugh?ANSWER: Hoo hoo hoo.And here is a classic ......QUESTION: What's the difference between Ang-mor andHokkien fairy Tales?ANSWER: Ang-mor fairy tales begin with "Once upon a time..."and Hokkien fairy tales begin with "Lim Peh ka lu kong..."