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Goodnight Flea!

HI GUYS! Yesterday, I went down to Goodnight flea beside Singapore Arts Museum with my friends. I actually promised myself not to go out on Saturdays for shopping/walk walk, but I couldn't resist because Daniel was pestering me to follow him to get an iPhone portable charger.
Another reason is because Qiu Qiu had a store there, so I went down there just to be *passer-by* lol, actually just wanna see how she look real life! LOL *lame*

I met up at Regine at 7pm at Pasir Ris MRT Station. We were supposed to meet earlier but both of us were late, standard one. That's why I only left Tampines at 640pm.

Testing camera! 1,2,3 SNAP! ( Superman boy again )

I brought out my DSLR and Polaroid and put inside my Domo Bag which I bought it for $15. Sadly half-way through the trip in the train my bag totally dropped on the floor. Super hard pain because my 2 precious items were inside, until then I found out that my domo bag was spoilt. The string totally came off. CMI until super jialiat. I decided to threw it away. HAHA, Luckily Regine bought a bag if not I need to carry them all around.

Regine and I trained from Pasir Ris all the way to Bras Basar MRT Station. It was around 45mins, wanted to stop at City Hall and just walk from there to SAM but I didn't wanna try my luck, so we took the long way.
Regine and I camwhoring while waiting for the 2 late comers, Doralynn and Daniel. HAHAHA.
Sorry for the lighting, didn't wanna switch on flash. The flea was at a small area. It was super crowded. Due to the wet weather, the ground was super wet, there were puddles of waters everywhere. Well, I was wearing my slippers and almost fell. LOL. Lousy slippers.

I was quite sad because there were not much boy-ish stuff, like only 5% were selling guy stuff, the rest were girl stuff. Daniel got his angry bird portable charger for $18.

Meanwhile, I went to do glitter tatto, which was only for $6.
Gold colour!! (:
Red & Purple colour!

Followed by finishing colours, sliver & green.

The feeling was super shiok, I was imagining me getting a pedicure. -.-
Final product. HAHAHA, in the photo it looks abit dark but actually it's quite bright and attention seeking. LOL. But I'm quite satisfied because the colour and the design won't drop that easily. So I guess this fake tattoo can tahan until the next 2 days.

After that my friends and I went over to Qiu Qiu's stall and asked for a photo with her! HAHAHA it was quite embarrassing for a guy to ask -.-"

Winnie the pooh flim, taken by my polaroid. OH YEA, Film was sponsored by "Doralynn Ang"
One more shot with my DSLR! (:
Regine took a shot with her too!


After flea, it was around 9pm already. We decided to walk to City Hall and find some food to eat. We ended up going into a Hong Kong Restaurant. Luckily the stall haven't close.
Crispy chicken, la main! VERYYYY NICE ARH! :) It was around $8.90, rating from me 8/10. The soup was really nice.
Doralynn busy playing with my phone, Daniel minding his own business eating his 'beloved' fried rice.
Looks appetizing? HAHAHA, i don't like spicy food so I didn't try it but Daniel said it was very nice.
Me being super mesmerized by the polaroid photo. LOL.

After makan, we went to camwhore and went back home.
Regine, very seldom wear contact lenses.
Doralynn and I.

OKAY BYE (:

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