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Yoguru Reviewww!

I'm in a super good mood because tomorrow is the last day of my freaking extra class! *CLAPS*
So I went to Downtown after school, and surprisingly I'm supposed to be DIETING, I ate Fish Soup at the food court. Omg, FATTENING RIGHT?! I'm always complaining about what i eat!

OH NO THIS IS BAD

Anyways, after brunch, I went to eat frozen yogurt. Because, Youguru just opened an outlet in Downtown, if I'm not wrong its the only outlet in the East Side, the last time I tried Youguru was at Leisure Park!! I always choose oreo as my topping but this time, I didn't BECAUSE, its supper fattening, so I ended up having peach. Oh the yogurt lady was really nice, gave me a lot of peach somemore!! :)

Btw, I'm not advertising or anything.


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SUPER FRESH YOGURT WITH PEACH
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Fat view of me, eating yogurt.
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I was with Nazia & Elizabeth!! Chit Chatting.


OVERALL, Its about 9/10!! SUPER NICEEEE MUST TRYY!



So if you live in the east side and want to try Yoguru come down to...

E!hub Downtown East
1 Pasir Ris Close
#02-102
Singapore 519599
Mon-Sun: 10:00am - 10:00pm


TRUST ME YOU WILL LOVE IT.

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