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Durian Fest

My first Durian Feast held in the office compound... I ate so much that I will put off durian, at least for the rest of this year!  :)  Yes, I think I have a very Big share of durians today, my poor stomach is filled with nothing but durians and more durians... I have never taken so much before... durians for lunch... oh gosh!  And when durians are in the mouth, cholesterol and diabetics  have "conveniently vanished" from my mind....
Durian Feast... Eat All You Can... till surrender....
Willing Helpful Staff to open any durian flavours we want....
Let's start!
This one is great, he told us....
 
The Originals!!
 
Wow... Finger's licking good!
My smiling colleague....

This is what I called Durian Galore...
And.... 
Hope my next blood check-up will not be full of (*) marks!!

Comments

  1. wow! i'm not a fan of durian, cabut first :P

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  2. Oh, King of the fruit, I love it. Like those with bitter, sweet & creamy flesh. Durians season in Kuching too. Only take in moderation ya.

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  3. wow, i like the fruit but can't eat a lot, hehe, quite fattening and i get sick easily after eating a couple of them :(

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  4. Wah that's a lot of durian!! But not my thing... Kekeke :p

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  5. wah, so many durians!! but then i think i have to cite STP's famous quote here "No thank you", haha!! i don't like durians, and please get them away from me~~ :p

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  6. I just had durian this afternoon!!! haha!!! =]

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    1. Not so good.. they are nutritious no doubt but high in carbohydrates.. sugar...

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  9. No, tahnks. One seed and I'd feel sick already. Lots here too, mountains...but I'm staying away.

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    1. Then you are safe from from certain ailments.. hahaha...

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  10. I loves durian....

    Sob, sob, u didn't bring me go eat, sob sob...

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  11. It's been some time since I last had durians... :(

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  12. Oooo so delicious! I want to eat too!

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  13. Certainly cholesterol levels will be over the roof. LOL :D

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