Spoon included


There is no a spoon! smirk

This is a pleasant surprise, albeit a rather funny one. I couldn’t stop laughing when I saw the spoon.

She actually packed a home-cooked dinner for me – complete with prawns, beans, and a fried egg at the bottom of the rice. It’s very nicely done, packaged and delivered.

I opened the paper bag and saw the Tupperware containing the dinner.

…with a spoon.

Me: You even packed a spoon!
Her: Haha! Used to it dy.

I do have spoons at home, contrary to popular belief. I do appreciate the effort though and seeing the spoon made me laugh.

homecooked rice box

I love you dear. <3

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48 thoughts on “Spoon included”

    • Yup, it’s a good feeling!

      It was very nice of her to cook this for me. I still don’t understand the spoon though. Haha!

      Thanks Constance! πŸ™‚

    • Haha! I wouldn’t know how to interpret that but to paraphrase Freud badly, sometimes a fork is just a fork? πŸ˜‰

  1. CHOP!!!! Stamp of approval!
    1 I love the look of what she cooked. Yummmm!!!!!
    2 She used a bowl to scoop the rice. Very meticulous in what she does.
    3 She included a spoon. Very thoughtful – some young guys don’t even have that in the house.
    4 She keeps nice bags for use when giving stuff to people – more presentable, nicer than those flimsy plastic bags. (I do this too! Hehehehehe!)
    I do hope it works out and works out well, my friend. Nice guy like you do deserve to be loved and to be happy. All the best this time around.

    • …and she uses Tupperware. Hmmm…got class, not those “microwave oven safe” plastic containers…or the polystyrene ones you get from the chap fan shops. That would be the pits! LOL!!!

      • Haha! Yeah, I also noticed that after…

        …grabbing some plastic bags, I felt bad so I went running in search of a paper bag today to give something to her. πŸ™‚

      • I did that today too!

        I was buying some stuff, realized that the plastic bags were really crappy and went hunting for a proper paper bag. πŸ™‚

    • Haha! Cheers buddy! πŸ™‚

      Yup, she’s really meticulous and she’s really nice.

      Now, to hold on to her…I’ll need to work very hard on that.

      I want to be with her.

  2. P.S.
    Have you returned the spoon? Hope you did not return it just like that… Buy a nice slice of (expensive/exclusive) cake or something and send it to her…with the spoon. Wink! Wink!

    • I wouldn’t mind even if she gave me a plastic spoon. πŸ™‚

      It was a really good meal, I loved it and I love her.

      I would do anything for her.

  3. Awww…that’s very thoughtful of her. Ur dinner box looks so neat n yummy!
    Spoon…hurm…perhaps so that you can use it conveniently without going to kitchen to get a spoon? πŸ˜‰

  4. Wow! I would be in Cloud 9 too. My wife used to pack her cute Japanese Bento meals in a box for my breakfasts until she started lecturing in a university.
    Hope you will tie the knot with the chef soon!

  5. I can see that she’s quite meticulous in the presentation of your dinner box, which shows that you matter a lot to her. =D

    I’m sure the bento must have been lovely.

    P.S. Perhaps, somewhere in the future, she wants you to remember how you two got together? I believe she’s merely thoughtful. =)

    • Yeah, she is a very meticulous person! πŸ™‚

      I love her.

      Haha! I think how we met would be quite unforgettable. It’s certainly a story worthy of HIMYM. πŸ˜€

  6. oooh this is so sweet and this proves that she has an attention to detail. Who knows that you might not have any spoons or probably no clean spoons at home! hahah

    • Haha!

      Ya hor, true that.

      I do have a fork though, I have mastered the art of eating everything with a fork!!!111 πŸ˜€

  7. Oh I’m loving this post, it has such a positive vibe to it, ahem and that food looks sooo yummy! And if she’s thinking one step ahead with the spoon – she’s a keeper πŸ™‚


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