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Monday, April 17, 2006

It's your birthday

Yesterday was Trish's birthday, and I brought her to this new restaurant called the Smiling Seniorita for dinner. This was the first time we ever came to this place which served Mediteranian food. Since both of us are diploma holders in the hospitality industry, we were really surprised by the quality of the food and service of the place as you actually get your money's worth for the food you order. I had the Grilled Cajun Chicken and Trish had the Lamn Mousakka. We thoroughly enjoyed our meal and our time, and when we were done we headed out to Boulevard to walk around a bit to work off the food. We then went and bought a small cake to give to Trish's twin sister, Sharon, cause well, they are twins so they celebrate their birthday on the same day, duh. It was also to cheer her up a bit since she was working that night.

So what did I get for Trish herself other than a dinner date at a fancy restaurant? I had previously bought her a new set of clothes she wanted. It's so much easier to get gifts for someone when they straight up tell you what they want. But in addition to that, I had a small surprise for her as I got my mom to buy a bar of white chocolate that Trish loves while my mom was in KL last week. I gave it to Trish at midnight on Saturday while she spent the evening at my place as we watched DVDs of my favorite show, Viva La Bam, and I laughed myself silly at the crazy antics of Bam Margera and his crew.

Friday night me and Trish went to watch the new Disney 3D animated movie, The Wild. I had no idea what the plot to this one was, but judging from the posters and some earlier previews, I thought it was about a bunch of animals escaping the zoo and exploring the city. I was wrong. It was about a bunch of animals escaping the zoo and going in search of the lion's kid and they go from the zoo, to the city to the wild. It was ok, but I really would have preffered if they kept the story confined to just the city. And if you were poking logic at the story, does a tugboat really have enough fuel to make it from New York city to a plush tropical island in the middle of nowhere? Madagascar was a whole lot better than this one I thought, and it comes nowhere near to Ice Age 2.


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