2.7.14

Peak and crowded hour ...

It was a long day for me as I sat in to listen to a six-hour long presentations given by six different vendors, starting at 9am. By the time the presentations were over, I was yawning despite having three cups of coffee. By around 5.30pm which it ended, I decided to call it a day and after an hour long journey where I catch some naps, I reached the gym. Still feeling a bit sleepy, I tried to workout hoping that I feel fresher after that. And it is really true especially after my short run on the treadmill. I felt awake suddenly after the run ! And, mentioned about running, I used to run slow and short but after I started running longer, I find that I needed to run longer to feel good! LOL ..well, I guess that's the effect of getting addicted to the feel good feeling of exercise but I think its not a bad thing.

I thought of having Japanese food tonight as I have a craving for chawanmushi but somehow it was the peak hour for dinner by 7pm+ and I gotta settled for some less crowded eateries. I had Subway instead. Tried their World Cup promotion of Chicken breast sandwich but I find it average only. The good thing is it keeps me full as there was a big slice of meat in the sandwich.

A hot tea, mushroom soup and 6" sandwich.
Well, I will always try to avoid the peak hour as usual for lunch or dinner at the malls, so that I can enjoy a quiet meal. Have a good mid-week, folks! :)

30 comments:

  1. Didn't you have Subway not too long ago...or was it someone else? Hmmm...you need some wholesome homecooked meals.

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    1. STP - subway is just nearby my place. I can have it daily too. Lol

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  2. Wah, listen to the talk from 9am-5.30pm, like working hours.. But at least working hours got lunch time, can stand up, walk around, blow water, etc. But for the talk, cannot lor, hehe..

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    1. Princess - it's like working hours and also lots of questions asked. Of course , we have our breaks. :)

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  3. When was the time you did not crave for Japanese, Chris? ;) Almost all your posts have Japanese food in them. Not that I am complaining because I am a fan too! Lol.

    I dont mind that sandwich once while.

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    1. Rose - actually there are a lot of Japanese restaurants around my area.

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  4. wah, sitting there listening to presentations from 9am till 5:30pm.. errr, at least there were breaks in between, hehe~~

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    1. SK - sure got breaks la else can pengsan.

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  5. yeah yeah yeah.. the longer you run the more energetic you are!! but of course the start may be a little tough but if you hang on, you rock!! :D

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    1. SK - true , once started and moving , it's hard to stop.

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  6. yeah, i would also avoid the crowd.. usually will choose the one with less crowd and then enjoy a quiet dinner..

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    1. SK - in sg , it is so crowded where you are like sharing the tables even in restaurants. You guys will sit very close to each other and can listen to the conversations.

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  7. Oh? I didn't know Subway has this world cup thingy haha, or could it be available in Sg only?

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    1. Ken - dunno leh ...maybe in sg only. I don't really like the subway in malaysia compare to sg.

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  8. Why the sandwich looks so crumpled one? Can finish all, bro? :)

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    1. Reana Not really la. Maybe it's camera trick.

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  9. No Japanese food today? ;)

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  10. At least can drink coffee lor. Cannot drink, lagi die sit in such a long presentation. :P

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    1. Lina - I drank 4 cups yesterday. Lol

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  11. Wow, six hour long presentation, i will doze off...

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  12. Wonder will you be eating Japanese foods tonite, hehe...

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    1. Sharon - no la , maybe tonight.😃

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  13. Man, I agree with suituapui. You definitely need to balance it with some healthy home-cooked food. =D

    When I was studying in the local college here, I patronized Subway a little too much during my first semester (because I had back-to-back classes) until I couldn't fathom the idea of having it for lunch again. =O

    It wasn't until a couple of months ago that I had a Subway sandwich again.

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  14. Waverly - LOL ..I do take cooked food most of the time. haha.

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  15. Goodness, a six hour presentation! That must be so tiring.

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  16. Phong - I almost dozed off !

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