Showing posts from July, 2009

Be a Proud Member!

Advertorial Guess who has a spanking new member's VIP card? WATSONS! Most of us have bought stuff from Watsons before and now we are about to be rewarded when we do so! Introducing the launch of the new Watsons card! The picture above is of the Watsons card itself as well as the welcome pack, which includes: A guide to your new card, as well as $150 worth of vouchers ! To get your card is incredibly simple. Just buy your card at $5 at any Watsons store, and this gives you: - A lifetime membership! No renewal costs! - $150 worth of vouchers - And 20 bonus points in the card upon online activation! Here are 2 examples of the vouchers found in my thick stack: And many more! I especially like the discounts on products that I regularly buy anyway such as make-up or shampoo. From ZA to Maybelline to Gillette to Pantene to KFC rebates and deals, this is definitely not a voucher book that you'd toss away. How does the card work? It works based on a Points

Oxygen For You?

Note: Blogged one new post under this post. Advertorial Feeling bored at home? How about doing something fun and also ultra good for you, like a FACIAL MASK?? I hate to sound like one of those girls who are always going on about skincare, but it's really time to start. :( And yes, I regret not putting in more effort when I was younger. I've heard so many aunties say that sentence to me when I was a teen and it irritated me so much that I vowed never to repeat that. But here I am, repeating it! Golden advice! Nowadays all my girlfriends who are about my age are putting on face masks all the time! After a mask, skin feels hydrated, rejuvenated, and well... it gives me the illusion that I'm 18 again. Except ironically when I was 18 my skin was damn shitty. But that's not the point. I'm constantly on the lookout for better skin care products because the technology is always improving anyway! So. I got sponsored 3 new skincare products and I'm gonna i

Triple Pork Fried Rice - totally worth the choked veins later

Randomly decided to fry rice that day and it turned out really muthafucking yummy so I cooked it again and took some pictures to share the recipe! Cooking is definitely not one of my stronger suits**, so if I can make it nice so can you! **Although my maternal grandpa and uncle were both chefs. I guess the gene didn't pass on to me. Here are the ingredients: White rice: 2 cups full Coconut milk, half a packet Eggs: 2 Taiwan sausage: 2 Spam luncheon meat: Half a small can 1 can 3 layered pork, also known as Kong ba (Hokkien) or Kou rou (Chinese) UPDATE: After cooking this many times I've decided that a full packet of coconut milk and THREE eggs is the way to go! Definitely no mushrooms though. You may notice that I left out the shiitake mushrooms. That's cos I think the fried rice actually tastes nicer without the mushrooms. I only added them in this time round coz I had them in the fridge and they looked like they are about to go bad. So it's your