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I have a simple philosophy: Fill what's empty. Empty what's full. Scratch where it itches.


Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Engineering maths is scary shittttttttttttttttttt

Maths paper is on the 13th of June

This is the answer for ONE of the many many questions.

How to passs?
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Friday, May 2, 2008

Sakae sushi is having a Weekdays 3-6pm only sushi buffet. For 25 bucks++ per person, you get to order all the 3.90-ringgit-per-plate stuff in the menu.

So ... we went to check it out. and to see what we're made of.

Blardy blur picture. was rushing.

warming up

Lok soon ordered some cawan pussy mushi and udon. (despite payin for a buffet)

I started with this. some egg rice ball

Ok im shy. i know im eating way too much. :P

and when i found out that Miso Soup was included in the buffet, i couldnt resist ordering one!

Note: Joe single handedly finished all the sushis in the pics above. and not just those :P

We needed to EACH eat at least 6 plates of rm3.90 sushi to break even. (25 bucks per person)

In the end ..

This was just mine alone

It was more than worth it.

we paid 30 bucks each (tax and drinks included)

for ..

Zoom in and you'l see that the 4 of us took a combined total of 47 plates of sushi (with at least 2 pieces on each of them). :P

Boy this is fun.
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