Monday, February 05, 2007

Serving the people

Weekends have been busy lately. I think it's had something to do with Mogfa staying here. Having three people in the house has made me much more sociable. This weekend we were so occupied that we didn't even notice several motorcycles exploding right under our balcony. Weird.


As expected, naked+2 didn't eventuate. I did a search around for superfluous items I could put on and found a silver bracelet that I bought in Chandni Chowk and a badge that Panda gave me in Hong Kong. She bought it to tease me for getting so excited about my brief fame when the media became interested in asylum seekers. I'm told it says 'serving the people' in Chinese.


I usually get annoyed at people who go to two parties in one night but I did it myself on Saturday and ended up at Jeanie's place for a very competitive game of risk. Jason was on my team but when we started losing he distanced himself, getting up to take these great photos. He finished in time to sit back down as we started winning.

Sunday involved Dreamgirls and a serious Macanese cooking session. The movie was good but not up to my sky high expectations. If only they could have sung real Supremes songs! Baked seafood rice was great. Photo to come later...

4 comments:

white silver said...

Hahahaha, kudos to the +Naked host. I knew that kind of theme is not the most popular thing in the world. It probably is for the US, or maybe even chungkingmansions.

It's good to hear you mentioned of ol' aquaintances like Panda. But guess what, I've already quit Christian Action, and I've heard of more resignations followed soon after. Even the "new" staff are getting annoyed.

Joe said...

Gosh! That's big news. Email me if you have time, I'd love to hear what's been going on.

jase said...

The capturing the change in characters was too strong to ignore!

I noticed even the normally uncompetitive Chungkingexpress was scheming for world domination!

Yes, we were losing so badly after my run of poor dice throwing...would have been a short game had I stayed...

Vincent from Islington said...

I miss Macanese and Hongkong food...