THATS NOT A EARRING ON MY NOSE! THATS A NOSE RING! AND THAT WHAT POOR BRIDES ARE MADE TO WEAR IN CERTAIN PARTS OF INDIA. AND AFTER THIS PIC, I WAS HAPPILY DIGGING MY NOSE AS IT WAS ITCHY! IMAGINE THE POOR BRIDES?
And the lady at little india sold me a nose ring for twice its price!!! and i only got to discover until i decided to buy another at TEKKA MARKET!! And she took one look at me and said… “you must be a foreigner?”
NOSE RING NO. 2
This was much easy on my nose! It felt less itchy..but the digging didnt stop and i was sneezing quite alot after removing these accesories!
Lets face it! Nose rings are pretty minus the itch
NOSE RING NO. 3
tHIS one is sooo tiny! But lovable! That lady robbed me again. I paid 2 bucks for this one where i could have paid like 50 cents!!!
END OF NOSE RING INVASION
Today, in the bus i kept thinking of my friend Florian. We always had a dream. Florian is still quite fascinated by singaporeans way of adding “LAH” to every word or sentence. And he claims its really different back in Germany and he asked me if its compulsory to add “lah” at the end of every sentence.
Since Germans hardly speak English or favor the English language, we came up with a plan! We will sit in a local singaporean coffeeshop and speak in proper english to the local “auntie”. Instead of saying, “Auntie ah can have one cup copi O”, we would say “Can we have a cup of coffee” imitating the accent of the Britain people.
And in Britain, we will sit like the local singaporean Ah beng “chinese gangster” with messy hair and shorts, squatting on the chair and ask “Aiyo come here lah! U got Copi O o Not!! i veli hungly lah”
Its really strange, but would love to try that one day? Wonder who would sponser the both of us to England?
FLORIAN ROCKS!!!! I dont remmeber asking him to grow a goatee! But just love that facial hair on men. Like a goat, so nice to touch! Lol!