Tuesday, November 28, 2006

On the 26th Nov, I mentioned that I'm doing OT at the National Stadium... Well, it wasn't the Singapore Lions that was playing. It was the Tampines Rovers... Tampines Rovers Vs Chonburi FC. Chonburi FC is the team from Thailand, the land of a thousand smiles. Well, it's really a land of a thousand smiles. The Thailand fans are more aggressive when it comes to supporting their own country team. They are the one who make the most noise in cheering their own team, while the Singapore fans just sit down there and watch. Some even dressed up in the Thai costumes. They even bring along a shark float. You knowthose floats that normally people will bring to the swimming pool or to the beaches that can be inflated? Yeah, those kind of float. Singaporeans need to learn from them the way the supporters support their own country. They cheer and really boast up the morale.

During the first half of the match, it was a 0-0. After the 15 min break, the Thai scores 2 goals. They were so damn happy each time the team scores a goal. All of us were expecting the Chonburi FC will win but who knows the Tampines Rovers managed to scored a goal, following by another goal. So the score is 2-2. After the 2nd half, the score is still even, so the match is extended for another 30 mins. And guess what, when the Tampines Rovers score their 3rd goal towards the end the Thai fans all get up from their seats and starts to leave. Very obviously it is impossible for the Chonburi FC to score another goal anymore. Ha! We ended up leaving the stadium late. I estimated we can all go back around 9;30 pm but it was until 10:30pm then we left.

The food was so damn expensive. Can you imagine that I only take a nasi lemak, a stick of fishball and a cup of Pepsi and they charged me $6.50? The nasi lemak is only a small box and the Pepsi is so damn small cup with full of ice some more... Next time I will take my dinner before I go for my OT.





Little princess is getting more and more naughty now. She knows how to throw her things off from her walker to the floor. When she eats her porridge, she knows you're feeding her and she can open her mouth waiting for you to spoonfeed her. Her feets are getting bigger now. Her legs are so long that they often stick out from the sarong when she sleeps. She wants people to carry her instead of letting her lying down. When you carry her, you must be walking around and once you sit down, she will cry.
Lying on the bed...


My mum bought for her one pair of new clothes



The sleves are kinda long for her hor...

You can see here, now she is not interested in the entertaining musical toy. She can turn away from it.

1 comment:

peppermin said...

hahahaha...

time to change toys, heh :D