Showing posts from August, 2017

Home-cooked Nasi Lemak

Wife cook, power. Actually nasi lemak quite similar to Thai food, a lot of Thai food also put coconut milk so nasi lemak was easy for wife to pick up, actually nasi lemak nothing much, just put coconut milk with rice, anyone also can cook, it's the chilli that is more tricky, different people cook different taste, some very thick and dry, some more saucy like my wife cook, I prefer saucy type.

Somebody Told Me No Smoking Within 5 Metres of Bus Stop

Na beh after work want to relax enjoy a smoke also difficult, was smoking near the bus stop, this guy told me no smoking within 5 metres of bus stop, I count from the shelter is definitely more than 5 metres, then he pointed to the bus stop pole just in front of me, kan nin na, like that also can, I also not sure actually count from where, just keep quiet and moved elsewhere to smoke as I don't want to argue. I thinking all this kind of no smoking rules really retarded, if really don't want people to smoke, why not just ban sales of tobacco, problem solved? No, government on one hand want to earn big bucks, the other hand want to come up with this kind of stupid rules to entertain the non-smokers. One pack you imagine they tax how much, cost price say $3 per pack, they tax probably $9, they earn $9 per pack, where to find such good deal. If they ban, I don't smoke, simple. And the non-smokers some also one kind, they think the smoke from tobacco is bad, imagine they s

Thai Yentafo @ NUH

Today bring wife and baby to NUH so tried out this new eatery on the way. One bowl of yentafo is $8.50. The iced coffee is $3.50. Note that their price is inclusive of GST and no service charge, or probably they already lumped together but price is alright. Taste quite good, but not as good as those in Bangkok, not bad though, can try. I wanted the Thai iced milk tea but don't have so ended ordering the Thai iced coffee, also good.

Today Met a Hungry Ghost

Wife wanted to eat Korean BBQ so we went to the Ssikkek at Chinatown. Today don't know why so packed but I guess mostly are foreigners, looked like tour groups and foreign students. When I was trying to get some mashed potatoes, got this foreign woman, dressed quite formal, like a proper dress but kind of old fashioned type, like 1980s or 1990s kind of dress. She kept pushing me, as if the food will run away, I got fed up and turned around and told her to stop pushing. She just smiled, I don't even know if she understood me, or it's just perfectly normal to push people from where she came from, no apology, just a stupid smile, great. I know which country she is from, can tell from her language, but I don't want to name it, no point. My opinion is that if foreigners want to come, no problem at all, always welcome, but don't bring along bad habits, you can push people over food in your own country I don't care but here in Singapore people don't do that, so

Wow, Country Never Forget Me

Today received a letter about NS50 package, they giving out $100 voucher and a 1 year complimentary Safra membership for people who are serving or have served NS, really touched my heart. The Safra membership is not auto-renewable so it's a good thing, just try 1 year, no use just let it expire, nothing to lose. The really good thing is the $100 voucher, it's as good as giving out $100 cash because can use at a lot of places, Fairprice and Sheng Siong, so just imagine buying $100 of groceries, diapers, milk powder etc.

Sakae Sushi Weekend Buffet

Today went to their Marina Square branch and realized they have buffet on weekends. The link to their website. $28++ for adult seems like a good deal, I think not limited to any colour plate, if two adults including service charge and GST will be around $65.52. End up we ate ala carte $65.35, almost the same price. If big eater buffet definitely more worth it.

Feels Better, Went Shopping

My rashes are mostly gone, don't feel super itchy now, I think it is the heat. I tried using Dove shower foam and put on palmer's cocoa butter cream, it actually helps with the itch, so most likely it is dry skin. I also eat fish oil, drink prune juice to try to clean out whatever crap is in my body, somehow now feels better. So today went to eat my favourite curry chicken at Bao Today. After that bought a 2-in-1 vaccum cleaner, it is the standing type, can also remove and become a hand-held, good for cleaning those smaller areas, especially mattress and sofa because baby like to eat and drop everywhere. Bought for $225 at Gain City. The suction very powerful, damn useful.

Went to Bed 11 PM, Wake Up 12 PM

Yesterday 11PM ate 1x 25mg Hizin and went to bed, only felt legs a bit light other than that still don't feel as sleepy as doctor suggested (she said if eat 1 cannot wake up then eat half, I suppose it is some strong drug). 11.30PM ate another 25mg, felt a little more kick but still not sleepy. 12AM ate another 25mg, this time felt sleepy, itch on arms felt less intense. Somehow woke up at 1.30AM, felt super drowsy but notice that the burning sensation on both arms were gone, rash seems to have subsided significantly. Thought might as so ate another 25mg and went back to bed. Total ate 100mg of Hizin. I read online 100mg is for sedation. I managed to sleep until 6AM+ and got woken up by intense itching all over, especially arms and lower back, like kena bitten by thousands of big red ants. Really at a loss of what to do, pace back and forth between kitchen and living room, thinking want to drop by polyclinic before they open. I then tried eating 1x Telfast 180mg and 2x Predniso