Lady 1: Are you looking for something?
Me: Yes. Do you have a clean cup for the tea?
Lady 1: Are you a student?
Me: (looking surprise but delighted at the same time when she said 'student') No. I'm a staff here.
Lady 1: Staff? Oh... are you a *****? Are you a Dr?
Me: Yes. But erm.. you don't have to call me a Dr.
Lady 1: (looking very embarrassed). Oh. Staff got their breakfast at Block D. (now, she's using a very more polite tone once knowing I somehow got a title).
Lady 2: You look very young. How old are you?Me: Erm... I can't tell you that. (Smile). Btw, I just wash this cup then. Can I have this tea for the Press people instead.Lady 2: Yes, yes... sure.
yours truly is standing in front, at the rostrum. the taller one in suit. :)
it's daunting to sit right in front of the audience. yet, I love when one of them did said
"your shoes looks awesome!"
Happy Birthday to me!
Yet for everyone else that meet me the first time, they would always guess the wrong age.
It's always at least 5 years younger!
(I normally got 8 years younger. 8? What? A teenager? Lol)
Why? Because it's frickin' worth it! =)
(L'oreal people... call me! ahaks!)
The range is called Modernist. At first glance it appears that nothing’s changed. There are loafers, lace-ups and boots, as you’d expect, that come in a range of polished leather and textured saffiano.
But the difference is in the sole, which is lightweight and made from rubber to ensure comfort if you’re on your feet all day.
Prices range from £295 for a saffiano leather loafer to £350 for a five-lace holed shoe, with the Chelsea boot coming in at £330. They’re available now exclusively from Prada stores.