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Birthday Cake And Wishes....

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY FRIEND, SHIREEN... 
What a Lovely Ice Cream Cake!
Ice Cream Cake bought at JJ Cake House... 
Fascinated by the two ice cream cones lying there... 
hahahaa...
Old buddies... since the 1970s....
That's when the Disco Music started...
Parties were a Norm then....
Now 40 years later......
We have to celebrate in restaurants...
No more Disco Dancing...
But Food Chatting....
*Burp*

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  1. Wow, I did not know you were a party animal back when you were young! :D

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  2. Happy Birthday to your friend, Shireen too! The birthday cake is really special - this is the only time I have seen ice cream cones on a birthday cake.

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    1. Yes, me too... kind of special.. ice cream cake..

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  3. All five of you still look so young after 44 years since 1970. Good to keep the friendship alive and well for so many years.

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    1. 40 years later since our secondary school days.... I will try to dig out our old pictures one day... !

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  4. wahhhhhh what a nice celebration :)

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  5. wow, happy birthday to shireen.. and a nice cake that is, an ice-cream cake with ice-cream cones deco.. look at all the pretty GIRLS, awwww, sure having fun huh?? :p

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    1. Yes, Cyndi Lauper taught us that... hahahaa...

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  6. Happy birthday to your friend! That cake is different, nice!

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  7. Well you still all look young enough to disco dance! The cake is awesome!!

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    1. Seriously, Ginny? I guess we still can juggle a bit here and there.. LOL...

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  8. Ooohhh I love birthday post..Cake cutting, candle blowing, song singing, hand clapping, wait, where's the clown? hehe.. Yep nice cake, I love it.. How I wish can have a bite..Eh you guys can still go disco la ok..

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    1. The problem is that we cannot find a disco place that is safe and sound.. that caters for our age.. Clown? oh... we were clowning around with our conversations.. so no need real clown.. hahaha..

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  9. Happy birthday to your friend. Wahhhhh...all of you disco kaki years ago? Same same lah... LOL!!!

    There's a Facebook group in Kuching - "Do you remember". Every Friday, they would have a makan/dancing/singing/chatting party...and Sundays, they would drive out of town. Hari Raya long weekend - they drove from Kuching to Mukah, stopped at so many places along the way, one night in Sibu. So much fun!!! Watch out for my post on this tomorrow.

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  10. I like that birthday cake! I was a teenager during the disco era, Still remember John Travolta with his finger pointing to the ceiling pose. LOL!

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    1. hey PH, you are in my era too!! Yes, love his sexy poseeeee... hehehee..

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  11. When I saw that Birthday logo and the ice cream, I thought Baskin Robbins

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    1. I love BR ice cream cakes too... taken once only actually! :)

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  12. Whoa one year younger and wiser. See all so young only 44 years, 'Cheng choon mei lai'

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    1. 44 years? Ok la.. you definitely can deduct our age here... hehehe...

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  13. Happy Blessed Birthday to Shireen. What a nice celebration. Wow, all the gorgeous party goers of yesteryears. I like the ice cream cones.

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    1. Yes, the yesteryears... When I was young, I listen to the radio, waiting for my favourite song... when they play, I sing along.. it made me smile....

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  14. Happy birthday to your friend. Nice ice cream cake.

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  15. Happy Belated Birthday to your friend :D

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  16. amazing looking birthday cake..must be very delicious.

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  17. Happy Birthday to your friend, the cake is so nice...

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  18. So nice to celebrate with old sistas!! Recently I met up with my primary school mate and enjoyed the whole afternoon chatting over coffee!! Time flies and each morning is a bonus to wake up!

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