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Sid’s Pub 1. The Malaysian mentality of keeping up with the Joneses goes beyond showing off material goods.  Now we’re even comparing illnesses.  Don’t believe me?  Try telling someone you’re ill. “I’m ill.  I’ve been throwing up and have had high fever for four days.  I’m miserable.” “Poor dear,” she says, and for a moment, you […]

The dashing hero (Coz heros are usually blithe and dashing) Heard the princess shapely (Coz princesses are normally shapely and blushing) Her screams were piercing (And how can they not be piercing and shrill?) The dragon looked menacing (Far from the dragon in Shrek if you will) St George our mighty hero Saves the lady, […]

I really hate the name. I mean, I would have visited this restaurant sooner if it had a different name. But it came highly recommended by so many people that we decided that we should just go and have a look for ourselves. Also, I had been pretty well-behaved the whole week, and Bald Eagle […]

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Food, for me, represents the love of family, the fellowship of friends, and the community and communality it brings.


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