pilfered breakfast

Bread: Near expiry locally made potato buns picked up from 7-Eleven several days ago
Spread: Pina Colada jam from Club Med, Phuket which is still edible, much to my surprise
Utensils: Disposable cup noodle fork (I eat two at once and keep the spare)
Tea: Gryphon’s English Breakfast Tea (from hotel’s complimentary array) brewed in a cheap ceramic cup with a knockoff design that was a free gift from a twin giant pack toothpaste purchase and a mini thermo lid which I have lost the receptacle from where it came

I was surprised at what I could dig up at home from basically nothing, creating food out of thin air. I’m still lazing around, reading an ebook and I reckon I’ll continue doing that. I haven’t even finished my breakfast, I just came over to write this. Heh.

breakfast in bed

It’s the breakfast of kings! :D

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19 Responses to “Pilfered breakfast in bed”

  1. lol u need a woman in the house hb. :)

    • Haha! True that, I haven’t been to the supermarket to do my grocery shopping until just now. :)

      I’ve got my fridge stocked now – was too lazy to head out this morning.

      Good thing I found some bread that I bought ages ago and forgot about it. Heh.

      Cheers!

  2. Ya…someone to take good care of you… Wink! Wink! LOL!!!

    • Heh! Well, I’m actually saving up so I’m in survival mode now. :)

      I woke up too early for the supermarket to open and decided to lounge about and discovered – food!

      Well, at least enough for breakfast. Heh.

      I have so much of that bread in random places that I forgot I even have it.

      Cheers buddy!

  3. This would be my lunch, not my breakfast. Huai Bin, what’s missing now is your lady slipping out of bed to prepare a sumptuous breakfast (with tea or coffee) for you. Lol! xD

    Have you tried having a cup of oats for breakfast?

    • Heh! Now that would be nice. ;)

      I’m not in a relationship though and not planning to be in one currently.

      I do have quite a lot of random food at home, I just don’t eat a lot of it – like cereal, including oats and muesli. I also have a lot of biscuits purchased on impulse while grocery shopping but never got around to eating them.

      I think I can survive for a week if I wanted to, but I just came back from grocery shopping. Heh.

      Cheers Ciana! :)

  4. Reading your blog always put a smile on my face. When are you going to do a cooking post again? Love to read your ‘extreme’ cooking! Lol!!
    If you drop by in Sing, do feel free to drop me a mail. My family and I can take you out for meals.

    Have a great time. Take care.;-)

    • Thanks Yvonne! :)

      Hey, you’re right I haven’t done cooking posts in a while…

      …and I used to have HEAPS!

      They were lost when I went to rehab. :x

      It was hosted on fireelement.com (no longer my domain) during the period before I went to rehab, I totally lost the contents of that blog coz I couldn’t renew my hosting in rehab (obviously).

      I did a lot of cooking with my girlfriend at that time.

      Hey, sure thing Yvonne! Thanks, I’ll buzz you when I’m in Singapore.

      Cheers and take care! :)

  5. HB, my sometime weekends breakfasts would be toasted English muffins with butter and cup of English breakfast tea. Your sound nice also.

    • Nice! That’s a wholesome breakfast right there.

      Mine is just crap thrown around coz I was too lazy to go grocery shopping at that time. Heh.

      Cheers! :)

  6. i don’t dare to say anything lest i commit another social faux pas. AHHAHAHAHA

    • HAHAHAHA

      I totally cracked up at that Aud, you really made me laugh so hard, I haven’t done that for *ages* – really laughed I mean.

      Thanks for that. :)

      It’s very therapeutic, and I don’t know why it seem that our laughter reinforces each other till I had a totally inappropriate laughing fit. Haha!

      No worries, you didn’t know, no harm done and sometimes all you can do is laugh at these things.

      Cheers Aud! :D

  7. so now everyone knows you took something from Club Med! hahah

    • Haha! It’s from the breakfast jam selection, I was very impressed with their bread and in-house jam.

      It’s soooo good that I asked if I could have some on the very last day before I checked out.

      The GO gave me a handful! :D

      I only wanted a couple though – their Pina Colada ones, so I took about 3 of the mini-jars back and forgot about it…until Sunday morning.

      I still have one. Good people, them Club Med staff. :)

      Cheers Eiling!

  8. Simple & easy breakfast.. :)

    • Yup, and it’s so unexpected coz I pulled everything out of thin air bro! :)

      I didn’t think I had anything at home to eat. :x

      I was about to go out grocery shopping but decided to wait and finish reading my ebook first…and then I kicked one of my luggages and it rattled and I remember the jams from Club Med!

      I was there on a trip earlier this year and was very impressed with their in-house jam. The GOs were kind enough to furnish me some. The stale bread I found under my bed.

      It’s actually expired (by one day). I don’t know how it ended under my bed.

      The English Breakfast Tea is rather good too – there’s a surprising amount of caffeine inside but it comes on slowly, unlike coffee.

      That’s the story of the breakfast.

      Cheers buddy! :)

  9. hello, my king!

    • Haha!

      Welcome to my fiefdom of (plenty of) nothing. Heh. Well, I think there’s nothing, but I’m sure I’ll find bits of food lying about my studio apartment.

      I have no idea where that bread came from. I know I bought it and forgot about it (I thought I ate it) but it appeared under my bed.

      Pleasant surprises. ;)

      Cheers!

  10. Hmmm I used to be quite guilty of doing the same. I have given up eating in bed or the couch. Hate the crumbs >.<

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