Laura in Singapore
Saturday, September 28, 2013
Vagre and Dummy Engrish
I'm learning how to make my paint by numbers vagre and dummy!
It is best to use vagre glue which is human-friendly.
Glue knows how to make me happy.
Don't forget, sometime bears get a little too excited about honey.
Special this week: Spanese! Although I'm not sure if this is actually wrong.
Same problem with the Gelman, but I think this bear is overly excited about mail.
If your cute animals get overly excited, one solution is the dog diapers, but don't forget to raise the gathers first.
The above is unlikely to be what you think it is. Unless, that is, you thought it was a face massager.
Time for household goods! Above, a facecloth. Below, important instructions on Q-tips. Never used more than 0.59 inches of the tampon, and watch those body abnormalities!
I bought this pillow for its used napping material.
I made sure to follow the instructions, especially about life-saving and peripheral wrinkles.
Now let's close with a few more thoughts on DJY painting.
I admit it, I am looking for a more colourful life.
And surprisingly, it turns out DJY paint by number can be auctioned for supplementary income! We'll be rich!
Saturday, September 14, 2013
Let me show you how this can happen!
First, you need 4 Iron Chefs: Singapore, USA, Canada and Eurasia! I have no idea how Barry shrunk a pear.
Then, you sing to balsamic vinegar and olive oil while Mark looks on, shocked.
Above, I demonstrate the correct molecular gastronomy position of the pinky for making balsamic pearls.
Here, we admire Desmond's balsamic prowess!
End results of beautiful chop salad and tortilla not shown, just eaten instead!
Saturday, September 7, 2013
Kangaroos and Korea
After many trips, I have finally seen wild kangaroos in Australia. Although it was both dark and far away, I think you'll agree that these aren't deer.
How you goin'?
After visiting the 'roos, I visited my friend Michelle in Seoul. Here we're sharing a green tea and red been ice flake!
Here I'm savouring Korean peach juice.
There was a lot going on around my hotel, but sadly Club Ireland was closed in the morning. Having not been to Ireland, I can't tell if it's authentic.
Club Fish was open, although it was more of a convenience store than a café.
Camping along the river is extremely popular, if perhaps not as private or wilderness-oriented as we're used to.
My hotel was next to the subtly Christian full Gospel Church. Half gospels aren't welcome.
The above wall tapestry was in my hotel.
Given my natural talent, I was soon recruited into a K-pop band.
Unfortunately this guy got a little too intense. So Michelle and I went to have makeolli and bulgogi before my flight. Thank you Michelle!