It’s the end of a long week! Decided to go bold (and happy) with my newest acquisition – a dress by Singapore label, Depression, marked down to just S$40 (don’t we love post-season buys??).
Heels: Melissa Incense + Karl Lagerfeld (yes, the ice cream on the heels!)
Tote: Charles & Keith
Here’s a riddle my young nephew posed to me:
“How does a pair of pants feel when it is ironed?”
(credit to the authors, Peter Hay and Nicole Chan, of The Giant Book Of Super Riddles published by Emperor Publishing Pte Ltd in 2004)
I can’t say I’ve ever had the urge to hug a hanger…
“Happiness… is having too many panties”
According to Victoria’s Secret *facepalm*
I met friends for dinner last night, and once I sat down, they gave me this book. Should I take a hint?
I ordered fish & chips for dinner anyway.
*Backstory: There was no malice in the “gift”. My friends went to the Ellen Show and received a copy each. They figured they didn’t need 2 copies in one household, so they thoughtfully gifted one to me.
But still, it was pretty funny!
Sidenote: I am seriously considering following Bob Harper’s “Skinny Rules” though….
Finally, a blog that speaks the truth about questionable fashion: WTFYWT is a Singapore-based blog that bluntly criticizes sartorial sensibilities (or lack thereof).
Kinda mean, but makes for great entertainment!
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I had to make an exchange at Forever21 today, and the conversation with the cashier went like this:
Cashier: Do you have a receipt, ma’am?
Me: Yep! It’s in the bag.
[Cashier rummages in bag, retrieves a receipt, prepares to scan it]
Cashier: Erm, ma’am, this is for Panda Express….
Thankfully further rummaging yielded the correct receipt and an exchange was successfully made, and no pandas were harmed in the process. Phew.
Even SIRI doesn’t want to help me figure out what to wear in New York City in Fall.
I was flipping through clothing ads in a catalogue when this page caught my attention:
50% off the outdoor man?!
Turns out, it was a very strategic crease.
Damn. 50% off an outdoor man would’ve been a good deal.
These poor dogs. Those costumes are certainly quite fugly!