Wednesday, February 11, 2009

The Nice Things

The nice thing being single and living on your own is that you can eat cereal for breakfast, lunch and dinner and nobody makes a fuss about it.

I first saw this phrase on a magazine ad, and it is very true.

12 days before the big day.

p.s: Damn I make it sound like I'm getting married or something. 12 days before the exam lah!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good luck ler....

Hmmm..I thought Malaysian Single People Eat Maggi Mee bukan Cereal... Or is it different for doctors??? hehehe

12 February, 2009  
Blogger TriStupe said...


i used to have maggi (uncooked) for bf, lunch and dinner when i was taking SPM!

12 February, 2009  
Blogger Azman said...

Jojo: Whole day of maggi is do-able, but just before bedtime, you'll feel damn cranky, agitated and no mood at all. Cereal makes you happy, and is a lot easier to make. No cooking, no need to wash pots. Just pour and enjoy. :D

Stupe: Let me guess, hancur kan maggi tu, lepas tu rempah campur dalam peket then shake-shake-shake it. Haha. Best done with curry flavour, worst is ayam.

12 February, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

my gosh.. camnie we can buat groupie... 'geng magggi hancus'..

welcome back..azman

12 February, 2009  
Blogger dochisyam said...

Dear Azman,
good luck for the exams.
I used to eat MAmee ranggup as my staple diet. I think all the MSG's and the refined sugar helped in passing the exams.
surprisingly one of the immediate side effects is acute memory loss.
Nothing comes out during the VIVA!
Gd Luck

17 February, 2009  
Blogger Jaja Shah said...

good luck azman!

pernah try murtabak maggi?

1. telur sebijik + perencah kari maggi

2. mee maggi yang direbus dan ditoskan

3. panaskan kuali, letak minyak sket, then tepek2 macam murtabak

sedap dicicah dengan sos cili aminah hassan, hehehe

18 February, 2009  
Blogger Azman said...

Doc hisyam: Haha. Will keep that in mind. Thank you, Tuan.

Jaja: Ok. I will try it. Tapi cik aminah hassan takdak. Life ada.

19 February, 2009  

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