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Freshers' Dinner

07 April, 2007 | Written by Patchay at 12:03 AM in , ,

This is a dinner outside Emmanuel held exclusively for first year collegians or "Freshers" on 21st March 2007.

College senior ladies brought all young men to dine Indian food, while senior guys invited first year ladies out for Western food. This is the rule of the game.

Three buses arriving to bring us all to our respective restaurants. At this time I'm feeling SUPER hungry liao!

Uncountable number of Australians haha. Yes, I was one of the only few Asians there. One thing, these guys are very good in poking FUN at the ladies ...

We arrived after 15 minutes bus ride. The signboard says: "Award Winning Indian Restaurant". Let Me try it out first!

Yummmy... mouth-watering isn't it? Never thought of having some kinda Malaysian Nasi Kandar here in Australia.

Sitting opposite Me is Ryan. He's indeed VERY VERY depressed lol. I want to help him. Trust Me brother. [Haha he's really a good poser]

The dinner ended soon after that, some went back to college including Me, some stayed on and partyyy!

I'll partyyy the next time!!!

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  1. zeezee on April 07, 2007 9:43 PM

    wow.. i luv 'em curry!! it certainly looks great, how it taaste like? authentic?

  2. Patchay on April 09, 2007 4:40 PM

    Hoy ya zeezee? Welcome to my blog.

    The curry is not bad. Yeah its authentic South Indian ... but I guess it's quite close with the ones back home in my country, Malaysia.

  3. cHrIstInA_YY on April 10, 2007 2:14 PM

    i also never thought of it... nasi kandar in aus @_@ erm, btw, i thought it wld b very peace n quiet @ nite in queensland...

  4. zeezee on April 14, 2007 12:33 AM

    yo.. patchay.. im also from m'sia.
    hhmmm i miss curry!

  5. Anonymous Casanova on April 17, 2007 9:45 AM

    My acting skills

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