Monday, January 29, 2007

Team building + Pogi zombie + Fashion + Sport + SNES

Whoa, what a long weekend that was. 4 hr drive down from Sydney. Over 500km in total. Heh. Sounds like something the host from The Amazing Race would say.

I'm sitting here at my desk at work with relief that I am at work and not running around chasing kids.

You heard it. Pogi was "Uncle Pogi" last weekend. Which I should take in offence considering I am 22, and that is rather young for an uncle. XD

Somehow I think this weekend was a way for parents to "offload" their kids to their work colleagues who did NOT have kids.

Work mate Gary let his kids drive me crazy, Clarissa who asked a zillion questions about anything and everything then ended it with
'Blistering barnacles!' or 'Thundering typhoons!', which is a Captain Haddock (Tintin - Herge) quote. How cute.


Sean kept me busy always wanting to play soccer (football), gridiron (American football) and tennis. Suddenly I regret bringing these toys for them. :p

Here is a pic of them playing with bubbles.


We stayed at a lodge right next to a private beach with a jetty. Completely furnished with plenty of room for everyone. It was a palais, tranquill and very relaxing. Paradise from busy Sydney. But I do miss the busy city life. I prefer being busy, because I like to feel occupied in accomplishing a task.

Here is a view from the rear deck of the home.




I was on cooking duty, the day after we arrived (Saturday morning), so that, means breakfast. Luckily we went grocery shopping the previous day and I bought a heap for breakfast.

Unfortunately, I forgot to snap a piccy of the food I prepared, but let me entice you with some food porn descriptions. XD

I made fluffy pancakes with warm maple syrup, crunchy french toast topped off with powdered sugar, fried hotdogs with fried eggs (runny egg yolk) and two different kinds of corned beef (request by Gary). It may seem a lot but I like variety at meals plus more is always good.

Please note: I did not once use any non-fat ingredients. ALL FAT BABY!!!

The others on cooking duty made bbq chicken, pasta, chicken wraps, beef curry (Malay style), and chicken garlic (Malay style) which were all very tasty.

Here is a pic of me and Dario (Flavio's eldest son) at Bateman's Bay when we stopped for groceries.


Piccy of the fog in Wollongong on the way down.

Stingray that I caught.

Don't worry, we plucked the hook out and let it go.

I'm a fan of fishing but not a fan of when crazie people, ala Richard, drives one. Here is the boat we used.


On my way home, avoiding the traffic in Nowra and Dunmore, I passed this.


It only applies to Prison Break (TV show) fans.

Hotties status: Sorry no hotties, because I was with work people, which means, pretty much everyone is married, or is coupled.

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Fashion

Dior Homme denim.

These are premium denim in the pieces of 19 cms Japanese style cuts, raw used denim, orange over dyes and new dust wash jeans, pretty much just distressed and washed denims.

But what Dior Homme specialise in is the fit. These are mainly straight rise but are incorrectly associated with Levi's anti-fit style.

Now I don't have a pair myself, aM@$!J# R%T#@JRJ @, but I will sure have one seeing how great they sit on
Hedi Slimane in the pic below.


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Titans whooped some ass last night again, against the Rippers, 63-33. wham!! Pogi killed it big with rebounds, assists and blocks. But only 1 basket, from 2 attempts.

I didn't have the energy but I wanted to play sport, especially after all the tennis I watched over the weekend, plus the NBL game of the week, Brisbane Bullets vs West Sydney Razorbacks.

Meanwhile, last night in tennis, Roger Federer (Switzerland) has one the Australian Open again for the 3rd time (I think?) running. Even though it was a win from straight sets over Fernando Gonzales (Chile), 7-6 6-4 6-4, it was a high quality match with power, finesse and entertainment.


Roger with his trophy.


The underdog Fernando Gonzales, whom my female friends have all fallen in love with since his spark in the limelight. They totally forgot Rafael Nadal. XD


And to poke fun at Roger, here he is in a rather unflattering picture.


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SNES console

I want one of these. I have 2 but need 1 more for another room.


*prays for the SNES*

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