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Travel / Re: Where you want to travel to next?
« on: September 19, 2018, 11:40:39 am »
Ilooking forward to go nz.

Going for Bungee??

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Food Glorious Food / Re: What is this Isaac Toast huh?
« on: September 19, 2018, 11:37:24 am »
NTUC house brand. 4 packs in a bag which cost $4. only $1 per pack.

It comes in 4 flavors per bags. BBQ, original, chili (hot spicy) and sour cream. If my memory did not fails me. It's not bad for the price you pay :).

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Food Glorious Food / Re: What is this Isaac Toast huh?
« on: September 19, 2018, 11:35:22 am »
Wow ... cheap but how many grammes per pack - 50grammes or 150grammes?

I'm not sure on the grams. Normally I don't check them. But its those smaller packs that cost $1.60 or so for Calbee brands

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Lowballing is normal. But the problem is, you sell below market price and they asked for discount, you gave them. The next is they ask for more discount =,=

Share all your carousell stories... Or shld I say:- CarousHELL stories.

I especially hate those buyers who lowball you.
and people who start with

"is this available"

Not available I put in carousell for what?  ::)

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Food Glorious Food / Re: What is this Isaac Toast huh?
« on: September 17, 2018, 02:39:54 pm »
NTUC house brand. 4 packs in a bag which cost $4. only $1 per pack.

me cannot afford ruffles,  I go for Lorenz ... 5 packs for $10 .... sometimes see them on sale at Vivocity ....

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Food Glorious Food / Re: What is this Isaac Toast huh?
« on: August 30, 2018, 06:00:27 pm »
I bought a few packs as gift for overseas friends. Well it's not that amazing if you eat them once awhile. But for overseas visitors, they are more like SG local delicacies. So there's still hype over it. I heard my friend from Macau, he says he always ask one of our friend to bring a few packs to Macau for him.

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Food Glorious Food / Re: Crave Nasi Lemak Food Review
« on: August 30, 2018, 05:57:08 pm »



Crave (better known as a spinoff of the vastly popular Adam Road nasi lemak by Selera Rasa established in partnership with Pezzo Group) is one culinary gold standard much feted by palates of both the ordinary and famous. The multiple award winning brand (including accolades bestowed by Makansutra and The Straits Times) has fed the likes of the Singapore Prime Minister and Indonesian President; even the Brunei sultan swears by it for breakfast. Premium basmati rice is plated piping hot with ikan bilis, fried egg, choice of chicken or fish plus a generous dollop of homemade sambal chilli on the side. Read: orchestrating a potpourri of contrasting flavors - sweet, savory and spicy all at once.


Granted the aesthetic presentation of the nasi lemak dish invokes considerable hunger pangs, more importantly is it so very delectable to warrant the lavish praise heaped upon by so many?


Sampling and thoughts:


The basmati long grains were full of fluff and incredibly fragrant the first time round, then again we were monumentally disappointed during a repeated visit to a different outlet at Orchard Ion shopping mall. Our portion came from a batch which was evidently undercooked, as such we found ourselves ingesting slightly tough kernels. Apparently there is room for improvement as far as maintaining consistent quality of food across all Crave's kitchens are concerned.


The fried chicken wing set featured one hearty wing basted in a sensationally seasoned crisp batter with succulent, moist meat happening right beneath. The chicken cutlet set unfortunately couldn't satiate our carnivorous appetites, as the quantity of breaded poultry (admittedly also most tender and lip-smacking) served leaves much to be desired.


More at https://www.thefooddossier.com/2018/08/crave-nasi-lemak.html

Didnt awhile back, the Plaza SG branch is suspended. Still dare to eat?

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Travel / Re: Where you want to travel to next?
« on: August 24, 2018, 06:54:22 pm »
hokkaido this coming late spring early summer. hopefully khao yai in the last quarter of this yr.

Hokkaido and their delicious food over there.  :P

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In Italy, we could not find the spot where we want to go, and we asked a favor of a old lady.
She immediately  leaved over her stall, and took us to the place
How nice of the woman~~~




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chartered tour Taiwan is the best thing.



Thats so nice of her

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Chit Chat Corner / Re: Beware of this company: 4mind ventures Pte Ltd
« on: August 24, 2018, 06:46:51 pm »
Too good to be true. $100 capital mall voucher.

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Ragnarok Online.

Its still a hit now with the private servers LOL. but i stopped playing.

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not so easy to lemak lah.. lol!
drink coke. burn the poison. LOL

LOL!!! hard to say, i have a sensitive stomach.

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"Recruit Lee, where's your bloody Pack 4?" my Sergeant Major screams in the middle of the parade square, drawing hundreds of eyes on me. He is a rough man, my Sergeant Major - the only soldier in the battalion who voluntarily completed the Ranger course twice. And now, for the first time since my enlistment, I am on the receiving end of his harsh dressing down - something we recruits actively try to avoid every day.

"It's... It's err..." I stammer, scanning around my open field pack, half hoping I could find my Pack 4, half certain I had forgotten to pack it. I clench my jaws, bracing myself for his rain of profanities. My Sergeant Major is exactly how you'd picture an elite soldier. Rugged built. Biceps the size of my thighs. A face so coarse, he could make sandpaper smooth. The only thing one may find comical is his voice - he has the pitch of an adolescent girl. You would think that hampered his masculinity but it only made him more terrifying. Every time his shrill vocal darts pierce through the air, my scrotum would tighten a little harder. Now that I'm the target board, my testicles have drawn straight into my body, seeking refuge from his verbal acid.

"Recruit Lee, you useless sack of swine poot. Do you think this is your father's army? Do you need your fuc-"

"Sergeant Major, it's here" my buddy, Lam, holds up a Pack 4 before tossing it to me. "It was just beside his field pack."

My Sergeant Major shoots me a look of suspicion before walking away, holding his tongue for now, scouting for a new target. Staring at the Pack 4 in my hands, I realise that it's not mine. I turn to Lam who gives me a thumbs up and continues aligning his field pack items.

This guy. How does he do it?

I met Recruit Lam 6 weeks ago, while we were shaving our heads for Basic Military Training (BMT) induction. I was impressed by the way he spoke about his military aspirations. I was impressed when he did 28 chin ups on the bar. And as he planned our fire movement during the 5-day field camp, I had no doubt that I was in the presence of an officer in the making - an officer worthy, even back then, of the sword of honour.

I couldn't be more different from Lam. From the linguine arms that fail me during obstacle courses to my defeated disposition every morning as the alarm clock rings, I am his complete opposite. I'm not cut out for the military. Unlike Lam, it wasn't passion that brought me through the gates of national service. It was duty.

As luck would have it, a random assignment of bunk beds led to Lam being my buddy. And the guy has been picking up my slack ever since.

I thank him for passing me a Pack 4 for our field pack inspection as we prepare to move out. The mission for the next two days is a navigation exercise (navex for short) and possibly one of the few times I may be of any assistance to my section. I can read maps fairly well and during my time with the boy scouts, I honed on my compass skills. A small smile breaks out on my usually despondent face as I realise I'm actually looking forward to contributing to the section.

We move out in a 5-tonner, stealing one last glance at the concrete building that has offered respite these last 6 weeks. As hard and uncomfortable as our beds were, we would miss them these next two days as we lie spread eagle on the barren ground, unwelcomed Gullivers to the native critters of the jungle.


Full story at https://www.prolificskins.com/forum/chillin-in-the-lounge/soldiers-don-t-train-on-thursday-nights-here-s-why

I heard theres a myth of jacobs looking for her baby on thursday night. Am I right or there's more stories to it.

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Chit Chat Corner / Re: Your Ghost Experience
« on: August 20, 2018, 06:52:14 pm »
Is the area in hougang? Just wondering

To clear your wonders, nope its not in hougang ;)

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Apps error or back end error. LOL Novotel charge so exp XDD

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