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Big Bacteria Eat Small Bacteria

THIS POST IS NOT HEALTHY.....! HAHAHAAHAHAA...

After the not-so-healthy lunch in my previous post, we adjourned to a more unhealthy bites in First Garden.  Well, I guess once we eat out, nothing is not healthy anymore.  By the way how to define unhealthy food?  My foodie friends used to tell me this... "We cannot be eating healthy food all the time, not good to eat healthy... we must put some virus into our body for combat...."  In short, the Cantonese saying is "Tai Kwan Sik Sai Kwan" literally translated is "Big bacteria eat small bacteria" ... Thus after this saying, we just close our eyes and enjoy what is in front of us.... hahahaaaa.... 

Bought RM10 in Kwong Chow First Garden... 
The stall opens at 2.30pm and the roasted pork is sold out within an hour....
That shows how "ooomph" it is... 
As if that is not "healthy" enough, my friend bought some crispy stuff from the Menglembu market...
Ok, I admit I took a piece... or was it two pieces??
Somehow I could not remember all of a sudden....
After all these foodstuff, I took a look at myself...
Oh Me Oh My......
errrr...... 
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  1. Sometimes it's good to stop worrying and just enjoy life, right? :)

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  2. I do not mind putting bacteria into my body. ^^

    Those roasted pork looked good.

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  3. hah..hah..hah...I like! I like! Once in a while, just wallop lah!

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  4. Yes, those deep fried are definitely unhealthy stuff. You look healthy though, hahaha!!!!

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  5. True, true. Old people used to say - dirty eat, dirty fat - will not fall sick easily.

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  6. My meals usually not healthy too, haha...

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  7. Hahahaha, your title is so funny. Eat healthy for every meal also cannot guarantee that we can live to 100 years old without getting dementia.

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    1. Agree... so lets just eat and be happy, right!

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  8. Actually what your friend said is very true. By nature, our body is designed to perform detox to a certain level. Too much bacteria and we will fall sick because the body cannot cope. But if you completely eliminate bacteria into the system, after awhile the body adapts to the "clean" environment and can no longer "fight".

    That's why I don't like how those hippies propagate those extreme diets. Siew yuk all the way!!! :D

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  9. Ha ha I was just wondering about your title...big bacteria eat small bacteria...are we the big bacteria? If yes, then we are safe but if not, then who will eat the big bacteria. A little of everything should be okay, right?...haha!

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  10. Just eat lah and be happy. I also do not know when is my last day.
    When you are really fat, I will tell you. So far, so good. Be happy okay.

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