Saturday, September 5, 2009

'Bo'Sex

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The older generation of Guinness drinkers in Malaysia congregated at the Mines Resort for a Gala dinner and a communial toast to Arthur Guinness, in conjunction with his 250th birthday. Arthur's the man! ppl still celebrate his birthday more than a decade after his demise - and he's just a brewer. I dont remember ppl celebrating (in such a global scale) birthdays of past prime ministers who have built countries or saints who have brought life to thousands.

Since it's the older generation of drinkers, the dinner didnt have rock bands performing, neither street performances nor international celebrities. It did have a drum performance, an umbrella performance and an opera singer. Of course a pretty Chinese host and plenty of sexy Guinness promoter girls. The uncles loved it!

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They were ever so willing to get their temperatures checked!!

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After a week of Guinness, i had the chance to fly back to my hometown, Miri over the Merdeka weekends to chill a bit. Get rid of some stress, and detox from Guinness.
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At the airport when i landed, i saw a native carrying a backpack, with his name written on it. It was attracting some attention, especially amongst the Chinese youngsters so i got close to check it out. LOL
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'Bo'Sex in Hokkien means "I dont get sex".
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And he better watch out because Bonia might just take the opportunity to sue him since McDonald's is sueing McCurry. Bonia, "If McDonald's can sue McCurry over the infringement of 'Mc', why can't i sue Bosex over the infringement of 'Bo'"
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Miri has a popular dish for tea time. Comprises of fried bean curd, squid, cucumber, pine-apple & water chestnut. You eat it with a peanuty sweet sauce - Rojak. My friend from KL tried it, he didn't like it. But it's a helluva dish for the Mirians. Im ok wit it, but dont like it as much as i did in the past.
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And you do not leave Miri without GOOD seafood

4 comments:

Huai Bin said...

Where's the best seafood in Miri? I've only been to Dragon seafood, at the outskirts.

des said...

There are a few good restaurants but for a start, go to "MING CHAI" in the town - opposite Mega Hotel.

They have a "no meat, no pay" crab promotion...RM35/KG. Slightly higher than market price but i just dont have the vocabulary to describe the crabs you'll get. The lobster pix - is from this restaurant too

Anonymous said...

Nice antique dining table!

KY said...

oh nooo the poor lobster, nom nom nom