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Birthday in YeOlde English Cafe...

Do they look alike?
someone here said he is more handsome wor..

AAron and Gabriel
maybe a long lost twin
separated by a vast ocean..
but now meet up again :))

The real brothers...
same blood but different characters...

lets celebrate Andy's birthday
with these food..

me, always the asian one...
goes for this instead of western...
all these can be gotten in
YeOlde English Cafe!


  1. hmmm..lookalikes! Anyway, I still prefers the toddler Aaron... he always laugh and laugh! :D

    YeOld...heard about it! issit nice? Bring me there when Im back mid of 2009.

  2. hehe.. sure, no problem.. big boss says what also i must do...

  3. yeah, andy & gabriel really do look alike... are they related?

  4. oops, i mean Aaron & Gabriel =P

  5. Yanz, yes..they do look alike but i dont remember "abandoning" a baby boy in miri...haha....

  6. The more I see Gabriel and Aaron (photo), the more I think that they got "fu cai xiong" (husband-and-wife look). Why I never notice after one and a half year time??? This is weird. Haha. Just joking :P

  7. Hi Reanaclaire, good looking boys.
    Wow, I sure love the food.
    I guess you live to eat, huh?
    I eat to live, ha ha.
    Have a great week, best regards, Lee.

  8. Claire,what do you mean by separated by vast ocean? mind clearing the air for me?

  9. Eugene.. just for laughs only la.. Gabriel is born in Miri ma.. so they r separated by a vast ocean.. he is my son's senior and both of them r studying in the same college and are good frens...

  10. Very much alike! Twins! Related? I got abit lost here. Blur Blur me. =P

  11. Look like they are from the same factory...

  12. yeah, they'll pass up as twins.I love your choice of foodie claire.

  13. the kids chose for themselves.. i m just the cashier.. paying out cashier.. haha..
    yes, they have some similiarities.. but no blood relation whatsoever..haha..

  14. haha, looks like aunty got a lot of people confused here...hehe...good


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