Friday, January 26, 2018

Baby Selfie

Human nowadays cannot live without a smartphone, be it adults or kids. TheHub and I are no exception. So is our baby girl. Most of the time, when we are dining outside, Athena will requests for phone. I only give it to her when I need a peaceful meal. She will watch baby songs / play baby games while we feed her so that she eats cos she doesn't normally eat when she is with us. :( 

At times, she will just "exit" all the youtube and games and start burst shot with my phone camera. My phone case is similar like this. 

Image result for flip phone cover

She always starts with something like this. 


and then she will syiok sendiri, then self smile (at this point, both of us still did not realise she has been on camera mode)


and then she will hold up the phone and start snap shots anything. 


and to laugh at the photos taken. 


and so, when i realized, I "flipped" the camera for her. 


and she normally smile or laugh after she snapped the ugly photos of her self. 


the timing is not right most of the time. 
She smiles to the camera. Then she laughs. Then she tries to press "snap" but she forgot about her smiles. All the time. 


and she will try to damage the phone..


See.. wrong timing again. 


By the way, looking at the umbrellas, you know this is Food Parade at Saradise around BDC area in Kuching. 


We were thinking to try something new, other than our usual dining places. So we came across this Food Parade at Saradise. Looks like a very happening place, but the food.. 

We ordered Bak Kut Teh cos it was raining at that time. Something soupy for the cold evening. Sounds like a great deal. We were charged RM10 for that bowl of Bak Kut Teh. Paying RM10 for a bowl of Bak Kut Teh we cannot complain much since it's Bak Kut Teh. You get it? 


But this is a bowl of KICAP with slices of Pork. You read it correctly. 
A bowl of soy sauce with slices of pork. 

Kicap or soy sauce is normally used to flavour dishes. 
What can I do with soy sauce?It makes a great marinade or can be splashed into stews or used in sauces for meat and vegetables. Use light soy sauce to flavour dishes without darkening them - when stir-frying vegetables or chicken, for instance. Use dark soy sauce to give colour to noodle dishes; its sweetness also makes it good as a dipping sauce.
and we were served a bowl of super salty bowl of pork slices, that ruined our evening, wasted our hard earned RM10. 


and yes, when i mentioned and commented this and instagram and whatsapp, I got questions like why didn't you bring it back to the stall and tell them about it? Why must you put on social media and brag about it? 

My replies were:
I did not bring it back to the stall because there were only few slices of pork in that RM10 soup. We tried a few pieces trying to tell if it is really that salty and only a few pieces of pork left. If you were me, will you still bring back to complain about it? 

Why must I put on social media like instagram and whatsapp to complain about it? 
It is just like how you want to read reviews about a place. I did not simply complain. I paid RM10 for that bowl of salty "Bak Kut Teh" and I think it is not worth my money. So I want to "review" that. I did not make a fuss about it. I am just stating my honest opinion on my bowl of "Bak Kut Teh". 
Can or not? 



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