They taste like wang wangs! Except waaaaaaaaaaaay prettier!
Speaking of which, (actually there's no link but I just got reminded of this) I've read heaps of books lately (due to my sudden adoration for books) Some of which I simply scanned through cause it got boring.
The book of a thousand words by Shannon Hale. (Boring maximum.)
Chicken Soup for the Singaporean soul by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen and Leong Ching (don't like the way it's written although I know it's deliberate)
Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen (hate it, scanned through)
And yesternight, I finished Anne Frank and the Children of the Holocaust by Carol Ann Lee. Am super sad after reading EVERYONE HAS TO READ THAT. :( A good followup would be The boy in striped pajamas. I watched the movie and cried. :(
And I'm still one eighth through Lee Kuan Yew's Hard Truth to keep Singapore going. It's quite interesting actually, although Lee Kuan Yew didn't quite answer all the questions.
I keep reading so much that I've yet to start on my homework or revisioooooooooooooooon. And I know I've been whining about it yet continue to laze about. And Mid years examination is in 2 weeks time HOLYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.