McDonalds in Singapore got into a little controversy over a toy promotion. It has omitted the pig from a 12-part Doraemon character set depicting the animals of the Chinese zodiac calendar. As a replacement, McD had a Doraemon Cupid toy instead. A good example of insensitivity towards a multi racial society. Or racial harmony just a vulnerable concept easily crippled by a toy or use of words? Human being or being human? Either way, be kind – rewind. Whatever that means …
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If you love pizzas and prefer Domino’s more than Pizza Hut, then you gotta grab this. Dominos’s Express Card – valid for 1 year, you’ll get to enjoy a “Buy One Get One Free” promo all year round. The card costs RM50 and will pay for itself with all the savings you’ll be getting. Note, valid for take-out orders only. No dine in or delivery service.
I know exactly who I would buy these for and I think I’ll need to buy it by the truck loads. Every single day, I could use a couple of packets of these. Especially the How About A Nice Big Pack Of Shut The Hell Up.
Folks in Japan got a new no calorie Green Tea flavored Coke since 8th June 2009. It contains healthy antioxidants called catechins, and slight green tea aftertaste are targeted at health-conscious young women in their twenties and thirties. “We wanted to cater to people who are looking for something that tastes good but is also good for health and beauty,” said Coca Cola (Japan) Co. spokesman Katsuya Sato on Thursday. Yumz or Bumz?
Over the weekend, we had the best All-You-Can-Eat DimSum ever at LiJin, Pavilion! Available only on weekends and public holidays from 10:30am to 4:00pm – costing RM20.80+ for adult and RM11.80+ for kids below the age of twelve. It was so good, we went on Saturday and return for more the next day. Well, the second round was not my idea – really. I find that the service was better on Saturday as it was less crowded compared with Sunday. You must try their Egg Tarts. It’s to die for! For more photos taken with my Lumix LX3, continue reading:
Those on the left are regular donuts. The smaller ones on the right are Baby Donuts. What they did was, they took the centre part of a regular donut and place toppings onto it and turn it into bite size baby donuts. A total of 24 pieces in a box of 12 tasty flavors. What a brilliant idea.