No, it's not the football thingy... World Cup is done with... and Spain is keeping the Cup at the moment...
I was up late, watching another Korean movie and this time had to make do on YouTube as I don't have the CDs. Blame it on Mak Chu! She's the one who made me watch this movie! For two days, most of the day, I spent infront of the laptop! At the same time trying to sew something.... and did I finish sewing it? No! Hahaha.... Didn't I tell you before, I am no good in sewing! So that explains!
The movie that I watched was FULL HOUSE. It has 16 episodes with 6 parts in each episode. Just calculate how many windows I had to open! 16 times 6 equals 96! Imagine. But that's not really the problem as the internet connection in my house is quite good. The problem starts after episode 12! From espisode 1 till 12, I had watched the Youtube by a Mr Wong (thank you Mr Wong for uploading the movie). I went searching for the rest of the movie as that was the climax part! OMG, how I really searched!!! And finally had to make do with Spanish subtitle!!!! How tensed it was not understanding what they are saying and at the same time can't read any translation especially the parts when explaination was taking place! Still, I don't give up! Aja aja fighting.... as Han Ji Eun would say! I went onto a website that can translate from Spanish to English! Yes, up to that extend! And finally I finished watching it this morning. How do I feel? Yes.... TIRED! I think I might consider purchasing the CDs with English subtitle so that I can just sit back and enjoy episode 13 till the end....... So KOG, do you have that CDs to be paid with sausage rolls? Hahaha... just kidding.....
Remember the bread that I had made? Of course you can, it was in the previous entry! Haha... Well, out of that bread, I had made something very simple even a little kid can do, under supervision that is. Got the idea after watching one of the commercials in the television. I had served these to Syahmi's tuition teacher and his friend. It was like now you see it now you don't!
6 slices of bread
3 pieces of sliced cheese
1. Spread enough butter on the outer sides of the bread.
2. Place a piece of sliced cheese onto the unbuttered side.
3. Sandwich it together.
4. Put on a hot grill pan. Flip over the other side after 3 minutes or so, depending on how crispy you want your toast to be.
5. Enjoy over a mug of hot Milo.... mmmmm heaven!
Have a nice day everyone..... I'm off to watch something new..... oh God, please make it easy for me this time...... wish me luck!!!