Cow Car Water

wai ching ncx

I met up with Wai Ching at Niu Che Shui for a couple of beers and some food. I haven’t been to Niu Che Shui before – we hung out at Full House Cafe until it closed and then adjourned back.

wai ching me

K, you’re gonna be so fucking surprised. Small world eh?

wai ching condo 

Okay, scheduled posts resuming tomorrow. I’ve gotta hit the sack. *cough*

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30 thoughts on “Cow Car Water”

  1. Dude, tight skirt, sexy legs and glassy table top…such a erotic photo. You are a gentleman for sitting by her side, perv like me would sit across :)

  2. aud: Interesting photo composition. ;)
    beck: Indeed it is, I can’t even remember writing it much. :)
    calvaryzone: Hmm…part II would be 2 weeks from now, me thinks. ;)
    ShaolinTiger: Not yet. :)
    tzia: Nope, if girlfriend I will announce one. :p
    beat_ram: The swine flu must have got me. :)
    john: Eh?
    e: Haha! I always sit beside people, I don’t know why. A lot of my ex gfs have found this wierd, sitting beside instead of opposite. :)
    chefmel: OMG! The swine flu is spreadingggggg. :p
    The Bull: Yeah, found out that she used to work where one of my friends work now. :)

  3. eiling: Haha! :)
    maggot: LOL! Well, I can’t remember…probably about 1 am or so. :)
    Okay, too much sexual innuendo going on here. :p

  4. Dude, I notice a few annoying readers are always curious about “Did you get laid ?” instead of asking themselves ” Am I getting some lately ? “.

  5. panda: Heh! True! It’s easier to talk, to hug, to hold hands when you sit beside rather than opposite your significant other. Oh, haven’t used this word in a while. :)
    John: Urban Dictionary! I’ve been using that resource a lot lately too, for work related purposes. Just to show that there is such a word in circulation, albeit slang.
    Thanks for the clarification, got it, and will be using it. Urban Dictionary, FTW! :)
    hitomi: Thanks! :)
    e: Heh! It’s alright with me, I don’t really mind. Well, I’ll be honest and say that yes, I am getting some but no, I’m not telling who. ;)

  6. hmmm… I do remember that eating a fried oyster sammich and drinking a pint of chocolate milk is NOT a good thing to do, right before flying. Unless you want to be wiping the canopy and inside of a t-37 after you land. I have re- learned latly that no matter how much I like ice cream, it does not agree with little dogs. Nor will I eat footlong hot dog, a 20 oz coke, and then get on a rollercoster anytime soon. I know that strict Jewish and Muslim dietary law ( Koshser and Halal) forbids mixing meat and dairy products,Chicken soup, ok, but no cream of chicken soup) and both forbid any fish without scales( no oysters, or shrimp, lobsters, crab, etc..) Also, no pork. No horse, Camel, etc.. Somthing about cloven hoofs. It is all written in the book of Leviticus, I think. Strange, that two great peoples, who share so many beleifs, have such emnity toward each other. I am just glad I can eat almost anything, though it has caused me some distress, as in the incidents mentioned above. I do like eastern ( atlantic) oysters beter than pacific (seattle) oysters.) But they got to be fried. You are a BRAVE MAN, ,HB, to eat them raw like that. On the other hand, I eat soft boiled eggs, and rare beef steak, but cannot abide undercooked poultry or pork. or liver or brains There goes the haggis, though I am scott heritage. ( rare duck = yuck, and liver gives me gout) Go figure!?
    tom
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  7. tom robinson: ROTFLMAO! Don’t mean to laugh but something about taking a disasterous dump 30,000 feet up in the air tickles me. :)
    I eat a lot of things raw – could be the upbringing, my mom hardly cooks so we eat out most of the time, and when I was in high school and university I didn’t bother to cook either. So I guess I was exposed to a whole range of cuisine and can eat just about anything.
    Oh, Wai Ching reads sixthseal.com so I’m going to ignore that last comment. ;)
    It’s nothing like that, seriously.

  8. victor: Haha! I have no say over that. She’s a person, not a thing. Ask her yourself, she reads the blog. :p

  9. victor: …and on an unrelated note, I finally found out what the name of Niu Che Xui is in English – Boulevard of Dreams. :)

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