Sunday, June 6, 2010

Pay More To Satisfy The Urge

The first thing Aaron came back for his hols was to look for his beloved fruit.. DURIANS! We thought the durian season was already on but it was not... They were still sold at RM6 per kilo for the normal ones, so expensive, we ended up buying four only and it cost RM18, very expensive cos they were mini sized durians. If the season is on, it will only cost only around RM10.

Well, no choice, the urge was there... so paid double just to savor and to satisfy....

one thumbs up for half satisfaction....

36 comments:

  1. jahat Aaron...ask your mom to send some for me please....dont eat all alone la..people say "Tuk sik nan fei" kakaka

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  2. soon.. soon the season will come.. no need to pay so much then.. :P

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  3. kathy: u also gila durian ah? when season ah.. now already the urge is there..


    merryn: meanwhile pay more to satisfy oneself.. hahha...

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  4. eih?? not season yet? sure or not?? here selling evrywhere and very cheap leh! lol

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  5. Dear Aaron,
    NAMASTE!
    Good Evening!
    Thanks for your visit to my blog and thanks a bunch for your invitation!
    I am so surprsied at your favourite fruit-durain.This belongs to jackfruit family.We have this fruit here in our place.We call it 'Thamara Chakka'!The fruits is so tasty!We can use the seed too!
    Aaron,caring is not just sharing;I can relate so well.
    Wishing you a wonderful and peaceful night,
    Sasneham,
    Anu

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  6. Oh...I love eating durian too...

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  7. caroline": where.. then must go there and sapu....


    wenn: did u eat yet?


    anupama: yes, king of fruits! yummy!


    mery: many like and some hated them.. hahaha

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  8. So sorry that I'll have to say I don't buy durians these days. I have full supply (all kind of local fruits) whenever there's season! hehe... Jealous or not? haha.... Actually, quite scared! I only take the mini size ones. They taste better. Hope you;re having a pleasant evening.
    Blessings, Kristy

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  9. Durian is the best fruit to eat!

    i like it too.... but nowaday, the weather is damn hot... hehehe so temp i will not take it.

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  10. Gosh... I don't know. We had a friend who insisted durian was amazing and brought one over for us. It had been frozen, I think. The smell was not appetizing and the taste minimal. I think we need to get over to your part of the world to taste it.

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  11. Durian is plentiful in your country. We only have them in our southern provinces of Mindanao. They are also very expensive and not that readily available here in Metro Manila. I jut satisfy myself with durian candies, lol. Thanks for the post. God bless you always. BTW, I sent your blogs to John Smith of USA for possible ad post in your blogs. I already sent his email address to you via email.

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  12. Durian I tarak minat. I'm mor einto monkeying around with rambutans and maggis. Ciku, dokong and langsat too! LOL...My maternal grandma have an orchard full of these fruits... but too bad, it's been years since my parents brought me there.

    ps: I wonder if my FIL will give me loads of durians again this year.

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  13. I didn't use to like durian so much since I had a bad childhood experience of accidentally eaten a durian worm... until I met my husband, man~! He is a durian freak, after he introduced Musang King, 'Hong Har' and D18 to me, I couldn't have enough with durian... it just simply rich and tasty!^-^

    Have a great week ahead Claire!

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  14. kristy: why are some people such as you so blessed one? :p



    voon: good that u can resist, i cannot lar.. drink more herbal and cooling water after eating.. or before.. :)



    Mel: thank you very much! :)



    cleff: pls telegram me and SOS me if cannot finish.. ya?



    alice: good thing u got such a durian king hubby.. otherwise u will miss those yummylicious taste!

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  15. I have never even heard of durians! They look very interesting. What are they like?

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  16. I think he would have given 2 thumbs up if not for the durian that he was too busy eating :P

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  17. I dont know why, now durians are like seasonsless lah, can see them through out the year one,,,, you come to Penang, i take you to one place, where there have it buffett sytle, you pay RM20, eat as much as you can,,,, geng lah,,,,

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  18. missing the cheap, yummy durians sold in tronoh *saliva dripping*

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  19. jason: they are the king of fruits, spiky and thorny and smelly to some, heavenly to many! hahhhaa..


    sweetwitch: the taste was good but unfortunately he said they were just not enough.. :p

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  20. Hahahaha!!! Thank goodness, my daughter doesn't like durians...

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  21. I don't like the smell of durian. For me it smell awful but in fairness it is a delicious fruit......As what they said don't judge the book by its cover. Durian's smell is annoying (for me) but i like it.

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  22. stp: how about u? do u love to eat them? my 2 sons love it.. but nowadays my daughter stays away.. scared of pimples!


    analou: hahaha.. it is disgusting especially when we burp out!

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  23. nice durian, i think..heheh...first visiting you...please visit me back..thanks a lot..^_^

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  24. I never tried that kind of fruit. Is that the one that they say a little stinky?

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  25. wei...durian season now meh? me and yve was talking bout durian during the weekend only...hahaha...

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  26. windflowers, thanks for the 1st time visit..


    chubs: yes, the king of stinks too! hahaha...


    via: not yet on ..that is why expensive..

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  27. oh..the season is back... n i guess i wont be visiting u...hahahaha me anti-durian.

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  28. rachel, dont be so like that la.. i promise i brush my teeth when u come! :P

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  29. wahlau ehhh durian season is back!!!

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  30. i only want to smell durian whenever we pass by at supermarket fruits and veg section. i love the smell but never tasted it even once.

    btw, i'm blogging from Philippines. living with my children in Manila and my husband in US.
    i do paid post from time to time. active in blogsvert and IPL.

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  31. Sedap or not? If sedap then worth it la... My mum bought...expensive and not nice...lagi kik sum

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  32. oh my. durian season is around corner. hehe going to have durian party soon.

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  33. Hope the durians tasted nice. Over the years, I've learnt that my el cheapo attitude didnt serve me well. Nowadays, i'd rather pay a little more to get the satisfaction of a creamy yummy durian.
    +Ant+

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  34. Haha... thumbs up means super delicious la! :)

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  35. I have stopped eating durian because....it is too heaty and it doesn't have any beneficial value....besides this king of fruit might kill me too ler. :p

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