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Unwittingly Queued for Fried Fish Soup. Worth it?

Talking about queues, I was mistaken when there was hardly any queue at my favourite fried fish soup stall at the Old Airport Road Hawker Centre. Been not feeling well, so instead of wan tan mee or rojak I opted … Continue reading

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Yet to Try Tim Ho Wan as I Don’t Like Queuing

Perhaps I’ll try it one day and if I do I will definitely order the char siew pau which is my favourite tim sum item. B was very keen to try it, even take away, but the take away counter … Continue reading

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Expected Better from Hoshino Coffee

Every time I passed this new cafe the queue was so long I told myself to forget it. This time I braved the queue. In the end I found out that part of the reason the queue is so long … Continue reading

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You Huak Restaurant in Sembawang: Best White Bee Hoon in Singapore

This is definitely the best white bee hoon I’ve had in Singapore although I don’t think I would queue and wait up to 2 hours for it. The queue is constantly winding and the people in the queue are so … Continue reading

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Siri on the new iPhone 4S can’t compute Singlish

[youtube]DTgu7pbyzcc[/youtube] People made to queue up for their bosses, just leaves a bad feeling in my stomach. Don’t like it at all and it reeks of elitism. I for one would never queue for something like this and that’s why … Continue reading

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This Makes Me So Embarrassed: Library Stampede

This happened today and makes me ashamed to be a Singaporean (just assuming they were all local) and associated with this type of kiasu behaviour. You would think Singaporeans have never seen books before. But sometimes, how can you blame … Continue reading

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Singapore Daily Photo: Please Q

Still don’t quite see this happening. They queue, but when the train comes and the doors opens, everyone rushes in and your path is blocked as you try to make your way out.

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