Monday, May 14, 2007

Deal or No Deal Episode 1



For everyone not in Singapore who couldn't watch the show last night, and for everyone in Singapore who missed it (shame on you, hehe), here are just the bits with me in it. Hope you enjoyed the show, please tell me what you think. Come la, don't be shy.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I thought it was awesome. You looked hot, as usual. And the contestant knew your name? He must have recognised you from FHM. But, he was too greedy, should have waited longer to make the deal.

Anonymous said...

Wow you complain about Singapore taxis - you've been out of Malaysia too long. Try "calling" a taxi in Singapore and using the fantastic automated system - sure you pay a fee but you always get a cab.

Anonymous said...

errr, she said she called. you completely missed the point. and btw whens the last time you tried calling at 6 - 9 on a weekday, or on weekends, or when it rains. 'always get a cab'? lol.

Pathfinder said...

Are we still talking about taxis? Since I wrote about the DOND pilot in the taxi entry, I guess I'll write about taxis here. You know, two wrongs making a right and all...

Is anybody else FLABBERGASTED that cabs ("cabs", mind you, not "a cab") intentionally pass this girl by? I guess the people of this city really DO have bad vision. Scary enough when you're a pedestrian, but when you're a driver...

As for her being away from home and all...it begs the question, "Does Miss M (2004) miss M?" Sorry, couldn't resist (don't forget to tip your waitress)!

pathfinder said...

As you know, A, I only discovered your blog recently. I was reading your March entries, and I hope you don't mind if I reply to another entry here (something I seem to be getting embarrassingly good at). You'd miss it if I posted where I should.

You were contemplating the color blue. There are scientific parameters for the color, but there are also more interesting ways to look (pun fully intended) at it...and you don't have to go very far. "Qing" in Mandarin is "blue", as you may know, but it's also "green". On the other hand, some languages separate "light blue" and "dark blue". Again, you don't have to look far. We do it with red. We don't have "dark red" and "light red", we have "red" and..."pink".

Is "blue" ever really "blue"? You tell me...

Endoh Taiki said...

Working and can't watch... thank God for youtube.