Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Happy National Day!

Happy National Day.
Wait, you say. Wrong date. Nope. Apparently I'm now an honorary Singaporean.
We had a Red-White party today to celebrate Singapore's National Day, the day they seceded from Malaysia and subsequently accomplished so much that it makes us look bad (just kidding, folks!).
Anyway. Kris was even motivated enough to look up Singapore on Google, and made cookies with the country's flag.

It was great. You can alway tell that it's gonna be a swell party when the cops show up 10 minutes into the party starting.

No kidding. She's a real cop. And those are real handcuffs. Just check out her yellow Tazer. And no, we didn't bribe her. We're Singaporeans, remember?

(I'm not gonna say why she came. We'll see how creative your imaginations can be. My only hint: No, it did not involve gerbils)

8 Comments:

Blogger titoki said...

Is she a friend? I mean the cop. :)

11:26 PM  
Anonymous Hijackqueen said...

Aiks! I thought you are malaysian. :(

1:18 AM  
Blogger blueapple said...

you Malaysian right?
hehe
Happy NAtional day u Singaporeans...
so did u get to spend Singapore National Day in jail huh vagus??

6:05 AM  
Blogger vagus said...

i siad honoray. so yes, i am malaysian.
and no, the cop was a stranger.

6:28 AM  
Anonymous anastasia said...

for a moment, I though she was a stripper. Lol, watched too much Friends.

Because you guys were making too much noise?
Because the neighbours mistook u guys for Malaysians and suspected terrorist activities?
Because Kris' baking was so good that the cops wanted to try the cookies too?
lol

1:41 PM  
Blogger Mei said...

Kris is a keeper man! :D How sweet of her to have done that?

Yeaps, I thought the cop was a stripper too...

4:35 AM  
Blogger Las montaƱas said...

Aiyoh... better day to celibate is 31 August lah. :)

4:46 AM  
Blogger PaulOS said...

da cop lady came by coz you guys were waving some red and white flag.. so they'd check whether it's some sect/cult cell meet.. :D

2:33 AM  

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