Haagen-Dazs @ bsc (bangsar shopping center)
It was my girlfriend’s birthday yesterday (24th October) and we
headed out in the afternoon to get some ice creams at the nearest
Haagen-Dazs outlet at bsc.
We got a three scoop sundae and a pint of Strawberry Cheesecake
flavored ice creams. The Strawberry Cheesecake one is sure to please
people with a sweet tooth – it was cloyingly sweet, in a nice way.
We hung around bsc for a while, basically just walking into every
shop and browsing. I saw that they have these Barbie dolls that appeal
to a different target audience now (or maybe the target market just
matured). There were ones with Giorgio Armani attire, some limited
edition ones which goes into the thousands and a more base level priced
Barbie, but with a make over – she’s now a consultant of some sort and
her attire has changed…her image is one of a trendy inner city
professional instead of the ones I’ve seen in my youth, which were more
domesticated, for the lack for a better term.
Anyway, we headed back after a while and people starting arriving and the mini BBQ grill was set up:
Food – Chicken wings, Taiwanese sausages, hot dogs, fish balls and stuff…
Drinks – Six packs of beer (others in the ice bucket), a bottle of Bacardi, and some miscellaneous drinks.
The cake says “Dear Nie Nie/We (heart shape) U”
No more photos were taken after that, because I proceeded straight
to the beers for the appetizer, did Bacardi double shots neat with the
guys, drank more beer in a hasty manner (fortified with rum,
naturally), downed some Coke + Bacardi, intercepted a Sprite + Bacardi
and yeah, I stopped counting at that point. 😉 There were around 13
people who came, about equal male to female ratio but only a few of us
really drank so there was plenty of alcohol to go around.
While we’re on the subject of statistics:
Number of T-shirt requests:
Time last person left:
Alcoholic beverages left over:
1 lonely can of beer
Non-alcoholic beverages left over:
3-4 1.5 litre bottles are in the fridge
This is Louisa (my gf) blowing out the candles on the cake while Richard (her brother) looks on.
Happy Birthday, Louisa! I love you! 🙂