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Third Day With Western And Double Black...

The Chinese New Year Fiesta continues on... and on...
in my SIL's house....
We came and we conquered...
THESE....AND....
 
DRINKS WITH DOUBLE BLACK WHISKEY,
sparkling and fresh juice....
On our third night, the young adults requested for Western food instead of Chinese.. and my sister-in-law and her son "whipped" up their magic wands and came up with these....
Shepherds Pie...
Spaghetti with minced chicken meat sauce
Seafood Carbonara cream sauce...
All my girl's favourite!!!
roasted ham... 
AA is just as happy as my girl... 
in no time... all are walloped!!
then it is time for "story-telling" ....
after a few glasses of Double Black...
it is Confession Time... 
Ask anything and it will be answered.. 
hahahahaa....

Comments

  1. i see you and your sons wearing yellow..for a second, i thought you all going for another bersih rally!

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  2. My uncle gave us a bottle of Double Black on my Dad's recent birthday. Wonder when he's going to let us try it.

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  3. wow, three of you so "wong", but why isn't your girl also wearing yellow?? three is not enough, must four to "wong" more, hahaha~~ :D

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  4. eih, the shepard pie and roasted ham, i LIKE lor~~

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  5. The festivities still continues. :)
    I stopped last 2 days cos there were too much good food laying around of me and I'm afraid of it now.

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  6. food looks delicious! Enjoy the new year!

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  7. This food all looks so good!!! Why are you all wearing yellow, the color is significant? I know about red, maybe yellow is next? I would have liked to hear some of those confessions!

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  8. So nice of your SIL!!! Thankfully, most people have such wonderful in-laws...not like somebody...

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  9. Such beautiful people!


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  10. All in yellow, the team colour. So nice of your SIL to whip out all those nice western food.

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  11. lena: haaha... we purposely did so.. no special reason though..


    pam: wait for special occasion? :)


    sk: we didnt plan to wear it so that was why she didnt ... :)


    jessie: abundant food, thank God for them!


    ginny: yes, red is more like it on Chinese New Year.. but we wore yellow cos we bought them before this festive season.. no significance though...


    stp: hahahaha.. i know who u meant.. hahaha..


    cloudia: thanks!!


    irene: she is an all rounder.. anything also can one.. hahaha..

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  12. i fear most playing truth and dare in a drunken state.

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  13. The food looks really good! GXFC to you Claire!

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  14. medie: so did you come to it?


    shireen: thank you lots! same to you too!

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