This week marked the official end of the drama project that we had been busy with these few months~ Lots of tape dumping to do which means I get to sit in the suite the whole day to watch the drama for one last time before it’s aired! Haha! So gonna miss it 😦
Was late for my appointment because I only finished dumping at 7.30pm and what’s worse, Mr AP decided not to take my tapes back when I had rushed them out for him!!! -___-” I complained and complained till he felt so bad and offered to give me a ride, so I wasn’t late in the end! Hahaha!
Short meetup with PPGs before Nad Nad rushed off to prepare for her flight~ We squeezed out every bit of time to meet up whenever there’s a chance because our Miss SIA is super busy!
And yet another sleeping mask added to my collection, thanks to our silly Xiao Qian! She actually got her friend to buy for her because she felt bad that she did not buy for us during her previous trip! Now I really have many different moisturisers and sleeping masks filling up my dressing table, because I just got my brother to get me a few from Korea too! xD
Fire drill on Wednesday morning which means we had 1 hour plus to idle because we don’t know when the electricity would be cut off~ Since we already knew about the drill the previous day, Ping actually brought along her invitation cards to work on!
Was a little lazy to take bus to work so I actually asked my colleague who lives near me if he wanna share a cab, since he cabs to work every day -.- But it turned out that it’s because his dad is a cab driver and he has been enjoying this privilege of a comfy ride to work in a big comfy cab for the past 5 months without long bang-ing me!!! TSK TSK!
First time in such an atas cab! It’s not the normal maxi cab but the rather prestigious kind with folded table so you can have your food and drinks! Too bad I won’t be enjoying this for long because the young boy is leaving x.x
Came back from lunch and there was dessert on each of our tables, specially from the young boy! We had been nagging at him to be more gentleman like our dearest gentleman colleague who had left – Uncle J, so now that this young boy is leaving too, he’s starting to be sweeter (:
Friday night out with PPGs again because Nad Nad realised that she made a mistake for her flight timing! Yay~! So we finally got to have a proper girls’ night out again! 😀
Our initial plan was to check out Ku De Ta – apparently an atas rooftop bar in MBS. We did go up in the end, but we got informed that the area where we got a table will be closed from 9pm for reservations and in order to get a table, we need to spend a minimum of $1.5K! =OOOOOOOOO
That’s like $400 for each of us!!! I can buy an air ticket with that! And even if we had agreed to splurge for this one crazy night, there’s no way we can hit that even if we order a bottle each -_-”
So in the end we left the place after catching a glimpse of the night view 😦 We concluded that we should come back on a weekday, when it’s less crowded and they don’t set such ridiculous rule.
Decided to settle dinner first in MBS but the place is so freaking big and we were all mad hungry because it was already close to 9 and we had not found anything to eat! Finally settled for Ding Tai Fung but by the time we conquered the queue, it was like 30 minutes later… Super hungry!!!
We had a hard time deciding where to go next because it was Friday night and everywhere is bound to be crowded 😦 In the end we finally decided to try our luck at Acid Bar and ta-duh~! We got a table, right in front of the live band!
And just when I was thinking I was thinking the 25 shots for 4 persons is no kick, the night ended this – another round of shooters! –FAINT!!!– And I swear that the 90% Diesel Sour or something is so awful and also such a killer! Zzzzz.
Still managed to dance the next day~ We went through yet another round of audition (Zzzzzzzzzz!!!) and were split into groups. This year I am in the Indian group! I don’t mind because I’ve tried Eurasian, Malay and now Indian! Hehe!
I’m not a fan of Chinese dance, or rather, I just can’t do it gracefully, so I am quite thankful for the result~ Furthermore I really think that the Indian dance steps are the easiest so far, just that I need to start cultivating that “shake like no one’s watching” mentality -_-”
Poor Ah Lyn got split to the Malay group with no one accompanying her~ At least I have Karen and Leng Leng with me…hmmmmm. Now there’s no one to help me remember my markers and pull me when I’m wrong =/