Okay here's the promise of a blog post about TPSU D'n'D. On top of that, I shall also throw in the recent SL camp's happenings.
All for not one hundred dollars, not two hundred, but only $1599.96!
Okay, the TPSU D'n'D was good. I guess it was a success compared to last year. The food is definately better since it's Pan Pacific's Hai Tien Lo, and many kept to the dress code of the theme.
Many except me and vince and drew.
The performances were pretty cool, and there was an English comedian who was like a jack of all trades. He did everything from juggling, to uni-cycling, to miming and lip synching. Sounds boring, but he's really quite funny.
No, it's not him. He can do everything but English.
The lucky draws were fantastic, including prizes like PSP, iPods, Creative MP3 Players, and a whooping X-box 360! I really wanted the iPod but hell I wasn't lucky enough. The night ended with us proceeding to Boat Quay for supper and home!
This feels like a high-class Hooters.
So now moving on to the SL Camp. BLOODY FUN LA. Considering the last days of my life in TP, it was really fulfilling to spend time serving in the SL Camp.
Dish washing workshop.
We do interesting things like washing mastins while speaking like a Hong Kong(er).
It says "Chickadee"
Drawing pirated Le Coq De Sportif logos.
The next moment you'll see us at the countryside, and the next in the meadows. Always happens.