there’s alot of things i enjoy:

like seeing channie:     dsc01726

last sunday we went out. first to vittles for dinner!

the wait was really long. it was FULL house and i think the food took 1 and a half hour to come. that is just horrible la.

so channie got bored and started stretching:

dsc01731cute right!

oh i also enjoy durians. we ate till 12.dsc01737

talked alot. it was really fun. though i got home at 1, it was worth it for me. dsc01738(zhili,minli,chuting,channie jane)

i also enjoy brownies alot.

14-03-09_2108 asked for it to be served ‘extra hot’. so the chocolate can melt into the brownie. one of the best brownies ive tasted.

my sis and i went mcafe for dessert on sat. i think i actually prefer mcafe to mcdonalds itself.

14-03-09_2107 mcafe’s stuff is just so much more classy and a whole lot tastier. and prettier too. i mean look at that cream. so light.

on sat afternoon went to see a friend’s church. it feels like another addition to the collection of churched ive been.  the worship service was good. but i couldnt help but feel uncomfortable with the casual dress code of hte pastors.

but on the whole it was okay i guess.

went out yesterday to plaze sing. found this crazy belt.15-03-09_1914. bought some baby stuff for channie. this toy fish that flaps its fins and this giraffe in a toy car at the baby fair.

im really loving the march hols. gonna cut hair today. cca  and JE tmrw!

anyway, there’s something tt ive prob been thinking bout for years:

what are hot dogs madeof?


Hot dogs are not actually made out of pig snouts or meat scraps left on the floor, which is a very popular belief. They are usually made of a blend of meats, usually chicken, beef, pork, or turkey and then meat fat, oatmeal, bread crumbs, various seasonings, and other ingredients. They are then mushed together and put into hot dog molds. Store bought hot dogs are put into cellulose casings, but homemade are usually made of intestines.

now you know.


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