The other day, I saw one of my colleagues with a bag of crisps. On closer look it has a new flavour which I was not aware of. Normal crisps would have TOMATOES, BBQ, Prawn and so on. But this one is a new flavour for me. So, for the next few days, I decided to get one if I can.
Finally, I got it! Of all the places, it was at a Petrol Station.
Just look at the flavour's banner Sweet Thai Chilli!
And so, I wonder, is it the same flavour as THE Thai Chilli sauce which we always buy? Or, is it something else? So, in order to test this out, I got a small bag of fries from MacDonald's (after telling them not to put in the salt, of course) and went home to test them out. At first, the first bite did not taste anything like the McD's fries dipped in the Thai Chili sauce. Because it tasted like some weird BBQ and Chili flavour. So, I got the girls to test them out, by not telling them it has chilli, of course...
And so, each one has to taste the fries first...
Then they switched to the crisps and tasted again...
While Kristine prefers the crisps
And Kelynn prefers the McD fries. with a miniscule amount of Thai Chili sauce, of course.
And in conclusion? I prefer to have my can of Coke in the toilet.
While I was at Rawang seeing a customer, I got this little key-chain. I don't know what made me do it but at that time, it was a good idea. Anyway, after sometime, I got not only 4 but 1 due to some technical glitch. And after looking at it, I was glad it was the only one. Ha ha ha ha.
So, this is the so-called infamous and rare Myvi LED light key-chain.
And well, I was hoping more of a light switch to light up the LEDs. But this was not to be.
Because, underneath was just a SLIDE switch instead of the normal push-button. So, this cannot be a key- chain anymore because if you put it in your pockets, other stuff in there will cause the switch to turn on. The people will look at the glowing bulge in your pants/blouse/bum/ socks, head, etc.
OK, so, its easy to open too and the instructions also teaches you how to replace the batteries. That is, if you can find the batteries or just go tear apart a ciggie lighter.
Now, here is one thing I would like to theorise. Look at the faint lines on the bonnet and the roof. I think the little car was created with the help of CAD. But I could be wrong, though. Still, it does make sense because the Myvi is only 'popular' in Malaysia and you still do not see any plastic model kits for them either, only the 1:32 scale die-cast toy car....
I am not sure if this is true. Last week, I filled the tank with RM50 worth of petrol (26.3 litres) and it showed a full tank. Now, with just only two bars left, the mileage is unbelievable. Then again, for the last two days, I was on the Highway, which does not use much petrol. Yes, its that time again, to wipe the dust off the screen...
Heck, while I was so excited, I accidentally pumped in RM50 worth of Ron97 (20 Litres) instead of the usual Ron95 (26.3 litres).