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I'm so so hungry now that I could eat a cow! and so sleepy too. i slept during my colleague's sharing session yesterday on his trip. Can't help it because most of the pictures show barren land, some goats and passerbys. The only time I didn't sleep was when he showed some food pics (which looks really really nice). It doesn't help when my teammates know I'm sleeping and let me sleep for a few minutes. They said, "You look just too comfortable sleeping". lol! The new guy in our team is a talk cock sing song type so he has gotten used to our talkcock sessions. A, my partner-in-crime, has come back from her genting holidays so the room is livelier (and noisier) now. Our ex-colleague has called us that she will be taking a half-day off tomorrow to have lunch with the both of us to pass us some stuffs she got from Turkey. I bet they must be Turkish delights. I remembered a pal from Turkey once posted some Turkish Delight and they were very very sweet I could only eat just one. The recipe looks quite hard to do though.
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At 7:03 PM, Anonymous Toots said...

turkish delights are yummy! i think you can get them from cold storage. i saw the one at Bugis Junction! =)    



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