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i learnt my lesson >.<

2005'08.20
...to not be rash again. Maybe that was a good spend. It prevents me from ever being tempted again. And it was a lesson learnt. Sometimes I feel like I think and worry too much for my own good. hmm yea. But I feel guilty. And certainly please do not ask me what is it.

Went to watch Dim Sum Dollies with Jiawen and Waiyan! It was extremely entertaining, although, yea... you know, propaganda. ^^; Never mind about that. But hey I was laughing really vigorously during the coffeeshop aunties segment because it related to what just happened in school today! "And we have to clean after the toilets because people just anyhow aim!" That was what they said right? Well, before Econs today, we went to the toilet -- Jiawen, Waiyan, Jiaying, Esther and me, and then I was in the cubicle while the cleaning auntie (an Indian woman) came in.

Indian auntie: *speaks in Tamil language* *goes out later when I just came out from the cubicle*
Joanne: ...
Someone: I think the auntie thought Joanne was an Indian so she spoke Tamil to her. XD
*the auntie comes back in. she starts retelling her whole story! I was washing my hands*
Me: I think she's trying to say that other people don't know how to aim, then pee all over the cubicle.
Someone: Huh? You mean you understand Tamil??!
Me: .. uhh no. it seems like mah.
*The auntie starts making hand signs while still speaking, pointing her hands here and there, and then using the toilet door as a prop, she says it is a toilet cubicle. Then she starts ummm putting her hands there and doing the action of the guys peeing while rotating her hips. XD*

Oh my gosh we were all laughing non-stop after that!!! You didn't see the sight of her complaining! HAHAHAHA. Imagine we couldn't understand her language but we knew exactly what she was talking about.

Anyway, tomorrow's the last day of Dim Sum Dollies. awww. And that was my first Esplanade trip, did you know? I loved the interior of the theatre.

I am very tired out today. Hopefully I can get to go for Natsu Matsuri tomorrow.. Went to Liang Court in the afternoon with my dad, mainly for Meidiya. And I finally found the snack that I've been missing for so many years!!! And hey, guys' yukatas are much mor eeasily available than the girls' one. Meidiya is selling guys yukata right... My dad bought me an uchiwa. $12.90. I love it!! It's a nice size to bring around and display too~~ Then we saw the windmill stick. But I guess it's too expensive to actually buy it. So maybe next time then. My dad nearly bought the male yukata. XD

Ehh then I got this box of satchets of Apple Tea from Meidiya too, even though it's not a product from Japan. There were so many to choose from!

My eyes feel like closing already. Yea shall go rest now.
Oyasumi. (:
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