Sunday, November 25, 2007


Upon finishing half a bottle of Punt Road's 2005 Chardonnay, Chika mentioned the whole Japanese culture of ordering special KFC dinner set to celebrate thanksgiving. That KFC is actually something people eat during special occasions, contrary to popular belief and lifestyle in the now Ruddified Australia.
Not too unfamiliar with franchise colonisation, it reminded me of my childhood rewards of McDonalds Fillet O'Fish burgers whenever I do something that 'fit approval and regulation' from my board of parents.
McDonald's, Pizza Hut, KFC were all some sort of seduction that provided us better joy than say, sharks fin or abalone.

I'm sure I had a point at the beginning of the post, but I've forgotten.
Oh right, the Chardonnay cost $50 and tasted great.
And I think I'll have KFC for dinner.

So do you know that Boost gives out a free juice on your birthday? Do you also know that you can go to different Boost bars and claim for more?
On my 24th birthday, I got 3 free juices from Boost.
Also Kevin Rudd emerged as the new PM of Australia.
I've spent half an hour rearranging random products in Safeway. Eg., putting instant noodles in the fresh food section.
And at 8.30pm I realised it's just like any other Sunday.