The Thursday Geoffrey Ong Came Back For Merdeka

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11.00 am – Woke up. Chit chatted with Dad.

12.00 pm – Dropped by Ong the mechanic who was out for lunch when I arrived.

Burned time by visiting this Ah Pek who sells insanely delicious eant tong and bee koay moay.

Eant tong

12.30 pm – Lunched at Nasi Padang Minang at Kedai Kopi International Hotel.

Picked up this fella from KenRay.

My 2nd time here.

Their variety of dishes is impressive!

This fella said something that hung around my mind for some time.

‘Eating fish gives you satisfaction’ Kinda makes sense. I suppose.

01.30 pm – Dropped me mate and went over to Ong the mechanic.

who tightened the air cond belt to sort of stifle the noise,

changed the old rusty wiper arms with

shiny new ones.

While working Ong the mechanic found both sides of the protective cover around the steering handle worn off.

Left.

Right.

Called Dad to get his decision but was unavailable. Balikz dulu.

02.30 pm – Showered.

03.00 pm – Dropped by the new Malaysia Today and read ‘yeh, yeh, kita menang!

Favourite quote:

“…But the son of Malaysia Today is not dead. It is alive. It is not only alive but it is also fucking mad…”

After reading it, I pun feel like fighting.

03.30 pm – Updated famouschris.

05.00 pm – Siesta time!

06.00 pm – Super Gym time!

08.30 pm – Showered.

09.00 pm – Dinner-ed.

Dessert-ed.

09.30 pm – Update famouschris.

11.00 pm – Practice guitar.

12.00 am – Chit chatted with buddies.

12.30 am – Supper-ed at Say Poh Kio.

This fella picked me up

for supper with this fella who sounded overwhelmingly excited to be back.

Had popiah

and satay, courtesy of the cigarette owner who wanted to publicize himself through his cigarettes. Funny, isn’t he?

02.00 am – Updated famouschris.

02.30 am – zzzzzzZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzz

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4 thoughts on “The Thursday Geoffrey Ong Came Back For Merdeka”

  1. eating fish is satisfying as in fulfilling la..because you have to put in a little effort to get the meat (avoid bones, etc.), so it’s like a small acomplishment ^^

  2. (vivian) my granny calls it gan tong too but i don’t know why ah pek calls it ‘eant tong’. so as long as i eat it from his shop, it shall be ‘eant tong’

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