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Birthday Treat In The Pantry

My boss sponsored the cake and yours truly in good mood today, sponsored the pizza.. so everyone is happy!
Simple celebration at the pantry...
Happy Birthday to my dear colleague...
 Contemplating.. which shall I eat first..
Ended up taking two out of three.. :)
All squeezed into our small pantry for the "feast"..
and after that, back to work with heavy stomachs... 
Phewww... 
I got to go for few extra rounds this evening!

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  1. Happy Birthday to your colleague!!! =]

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  2. Happy Birthday to the birthday girl. Wow,you sponsored pizzas. Not a pizza hut fan.Find their crust too thick for my liking.Prefer thin crispy crust pizza.

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  3. Haha. Must lose those fats otherwise cant fit into those nice dresses. Christmas is coming up and CNY is not too far. But i hate those year end feasts. Love them but hate them at same time. Dilemma. >_<

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    1. Rose, when food is in front, don't think of our waist line! hahahaa..

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  4. wah, your boss just sponsored the cake but you sponsored the pizza!! eih, like that you are more BOSS than your boss lah.. hehehehe!! no need to think so much lah, eat already only decide what to do~~ :D

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  5. Wahhhhhhhh!!!! Nothing like a feast with dear and loved ones!!! Never mind, just eat! It's worth it!

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    1. Sudah! No need to think, think already... hahaha...

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  6. That's very nice of you Reana! :)

    I thought the pizza was the regular big sized one until I saw the second photo and the reference to the person! The pizza is huge!!! What size is that?

    Enjoy! :D

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    1. L size.. hahaha... not so big la.. but enough for the few of us in the office.. :)

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  7. So nice of you to sponsor... your colleague must be super duper happy! haha

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  8. Claire, whatever is going on in your life, you always have that big beautiful smile!!! I love pizza and everything looks good here. It all looks like an American buffet!

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    1. Yes, pizza are quite popular here in Malaysia!

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  9. happy birthday to your colleague.

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    1. Thank you Wenn... yes, the choc cake is very moist... !

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  10. Wah Claire, you are so generous to sponsor the pizzas. Good to give your friend a birthday treat!

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