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Re: See you later

Postby Dounut » Sat, 28 Feb 2009 11:12 pm

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woofmy wrote:[quote="Dounut]
No 9. Red Star -- The last time I went there was 3 years ago, standard has dropped alot & prices has shot up, atmosphere is there tho. :wink:[/quote]

Hi, Lifetraveler is going back to US tomorrow. Singapore is great. Dinner buddies are awesome. Will be back.

Remember to reward yourself with good dinner and great friendship now and then. Stay away from instant noodle and junk food. :-)

Cheers,

Lifetraveler[/quote]

Lifetraveler are you coming back? Can get for me my collection of airline's cutlery set ? ? :oops:

Woofmy I don't mind to go once in a while as a group, but it won't be like in the past when I visited often. :wink:[/quote]


Sure, I will be back. Singapore is too good to leave. :-)

Which airline are you still missing? or you want the newly released anti-terror version?

(I am in HongKong Airport having dim sum now. gooooood!!!)

Cheers,

Lifetraveler[/quote]


Wah. Hong Kong Dim Sum. :evil:
Pack some here when you return ! ! :P

All airlines are appreciated. I collect those stainless steel kind. Even airline's wine glasses are my collection. :P But "anti-terror" version ? ? :o :roll:

I thot El La is already the most strict airline in term of security & I have its knife ? ? :roll:

TAKE ! ! :cool:

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Postby frostingz » Sun, 01 Mar 2009 9:17 pm

You do know that you're not supposed to be taking the cutlery & glasses,coz its stealing right ? =p

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Postby Dounut » Mon, 02 Mar 2009 12:30 am

I ask from service crew for my personal collection also call stealing ? ? :o :o :o

Anyway, I was told that this is included in our air ticket & we are entitled to take it with us. :lol:

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Postby frostingz » Mon, 02 Mar 2009 11:19 am

Well, I used to work for 2 airlines, so I know passengers are not supposed to take them, which is why people usually hide them in bags, under the blanket so the crew don't notice ;)

I'm just saying anyway~

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Postby lifetraveler » Mon, 02 Mar 2009 12:59 pm

frostingz wrote:Well, I used to work for 2 airlines, so I know passengers are not supposed to take them, which is why people usually hide them in bags, under the blanket so the crew don't notice ;)

I'm just saying anyway~


I guess frostingz is right, since he/she is an insider.

I thought you were talking about those plastic things. I was wondering since when those cheap stuff becomes collectible. I guess what Dounut wants only exists in those first class zone. Not sure how my company will react if i fly first class all the time between US and Singapore.

In California now.

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Postby lore » Mon, 02 Mar 2009 9:55 pm

lifetraveler wrote:
frostingz wrote:Well, I used to work for 2 airlines, so I know passengers are not supposed to take them, which is why people usually hide them in bags, under the blanket so the crew don't notice ;)

I'm just saying anyway~


I guess frostingz is right, since he/she is an insider.

I thought you were talking about those plastic things. I was wondering since when those cheap stuff becomes collectible. I guess what Dounut wants only exists in those first class zone. Not sure how my company will react if i fly first class all the time between US and Singapore.

In California now.


Oh mind...such a bad economy and lucky you still taking first class.

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Postby Dounut » Mon, 02 Mar 2009 11:02 pm

lifetraveler wrote:I guess frostingz is right, since he/she is an insider.

I thought you were talking about those plastic things. I was wondering since when those cheap stuff becomes collectible. I guess what Dounut wants only exists in those first class zone. Not sure how my company will react if i fly first class all the time between US and Singapore.

In California now.


Har? I never got a change to take first class, only economy class, and they still use stainless steels. :wink:

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Re: See you later

Postby woofmy » Tue, 03 Mar 2009 10:12 am

Dounut wrote:
Lifetraveler are you coming back? Can get for me my collection of airline's cutlery set ? ? :oops:

Woofmy I don't mind to go once in a while as a group, but it won't be like in the past when I visited often. :wink:


cool.. we shall plan it soon :)

airline cutlery? huh... okie... whenever I have the chance to pocket them, will think of you :P

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Re: See you later

Postby Dounut » Tue, 03 Mar 2009 12:14 pm

woofmy wrote:
Dounut wrote:
Lifetraveler are you coming back? Can get for me my collection of airline's cutlery set ? ? :oops:

Woofmy I don't mind to go once in a while as a group, but it won't be like in the past when I visited often. :wink:


cool.. we shall plan it soon :)

airline cutlery? huh... okie... whenever I have the chance to pocket them, will think of you :P


Pocket them ? ? :o :o

I don't mind. :P

Tell you some stories regarding this "Pocketing Airlines Cutlery". Usually I don't have a problem asking from service crews. :lol:

So, when are we going for Dim Sum ? ? :roll: Midnite Dim Sum also can. :P

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Postby pnxjamie » Tue, 03 Mar 2009 9:37 pm

I am up for DIm Sum! :)

Where~??? :D

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Re: See you later

Postby woofmy » Wed, 04 Mar 2009 9:55 am

Dounut wrote:Pocket them ? ? :o :o

I don't mind. :P

Tell you some stories regarding this "Pocketing Airlines Cutlery". Usually I don't have a problem asking from service crews. :lol:

So, when are we going for Dim Sum ? ? :roll: Midnite Dim Sum also can. :P


haha... will ask before pocketing them.. dun want to be asked at the plane door to hand back the cutlery... :lol:

Dim Sum? How about Mar 14 Brunch?

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Re: See you later

Postby Dounut » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 1:01 am

woofmy wrote:haha... will ask before pocketing them.. dun want to be asked at the plane door to hand back the cutlery... :lol:


Never kena before at plane door. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

You don't call it POCKETING after you have ask. :evil:

Once, I ask a friend to "Pocket" me a folk, I got 2 instead. I was told that the folk was Pregnant :o during the process ! ! :lol: :lol:

woofmy wrote:Dim Sum? How about Mar 14 Brunch?


What about Dim Sum on 08 March at 10:30am or 11am, so that I can continue with my "Old & Slow Concert" after that at Big Durian ? ? :P

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Re: See you later

Postby woofmy » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 10:04 am

Dounut wrote:You don't call it POCKETING after you have ask. :evil:

Once, I ask a friend to "Pocket" me a folk, I got 2 instead. I was told that the folk was Pregnant :o during the process ! ! :lol: :lol:

What about Dim Sum on 08 March at 10:30am or 11am, so that I can continue with my "Old & Slow Concert" after that at Big Durian ? ? :P


i will pocket those plastic ones.. haha... since it will be disposed anyway.

Pregnant? If I do get pregnant, you will see front page news on it.. haha

this sunday is not possible as i will be out of town :P

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Postby pnxjamie » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 10:33 am

I can't either...Going for buffet lunch this Sunday~ :D

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Postby lifetraveler » Thu, 26 Mar 2009 1:21 pm

Hello, Anyone hungry there? :-) The first moment I touch down this land, I feel starving immediately.

Hopefully, you guys have been having good dinners these days. In a place like Singapore, it is very hard not to, isn't it?

Ready to arrange couple of nice dinners and have some fun together? Looking at the list below, there seems some loose ends to close.

1. Russian place (March 6, 8:30pm, proposed by Dounut)
2. Mini Nepalese restaurant (Time TBD, proposed by chelsea0816)
3. Lei Garden for Dim Sum (Time TBD, proposed by Lifetraveler)
4. My Humble House (Time TBD, proposed by Lifetraveler)
5. Your Woul, the Korean food (Time TBD, proposed by Tulip)
6. Herbal Duck Soup <$5 ! ! (Time TBD, proposed by Dounut)
7. Herbal Mutton Soup (Hot Item) + Chicken Rice + Other Dishes (Time TBD, proposed by Dounut)
8. Tiong Bahru 煮炒(Time TBD, proposed by Dounut)
9. Red Star Restaurant at Chin Swee Road - sunday yum cha/dim sum (TBD, proposed by woofmy)
10. No Signboard Seafood Restaurant at Aljunied (TBD, proposed by woofmy)
11. Muthu's Curry at Suntec Mall (TBD, proposed by woofmy)


Where are we now?

Cheers,

Lifetravler


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