Since I find that eating is really the KEYWORD to sort things out, lately I crazily prepared myself lots of food to work. Other than Pepsi the stabilizer, I bought Quick Bites chocolate cakes by Gardenia every morning from the grocery at the ground floor of my office building, RM1.40 each, AND I also brought the wheat bread by Gardenia too which I've prepared at home with Chocolate-Peanut butter. I prepared 6 pieces of the wheat bread yesterday, left with 2 pieces before I went home. So I prepared only 4 pieces today, but again 2 pieces were left. But luckily my colleague volunteered to handle them since she was staying late again.
Talking about food, we went to Summit for lunch this afternoon, the restaurant which we had attended to the most often previously. Due to the boringness, everyday-the-same-food that they provided according to my colleagues a few weeks back, we intuitively stepped around and at last explored Sahara, the now new lunch location of us. Their food is not bad, frankly, with the nice chicken-chop (again? yes, another topic on chicken chop). But the cashier is getting more and more arrogant to blindly charge us a few cents more expensive than the limit we'd flipped it on his face.
To find out who else other than me keened to visit Summit someday, I conducted a survey among our gang of 8 people. I was surprised initially when I first gathered the result from 4 people included me; 3 people actually voted for Summit as their preferred restaurant than Sahara. The final statistics is however a big disaster; We have 5 versus 3, and yes, 5 goes for Sahara.
Yet I came out with this solution to schedule our lunch location accordingly this ratio; Sahara on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; Summit on Tuesday and Thursday.
And so was today the first time we went Summit after the long gap. I picked my favourite dishes, fried eggs with bean and fried wan-tun with Mayonise; But soon I find out that it wasn't that delicious anymore as I'd expected. My colleague then said, "So now are we gonna reduce Summit to one day?".
Dann! How true.