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July 21, 2007
I am so inspired by Steven Lim’s favourite swear words that I came up with a receipe to bake the very special Steven Lim’s Chicken Pie.
It’s so mouthwatering good that famous blogger, Xiaxue changed her tagline to “Xiaxue - the Chicken Pie Blogger” after tasting it just ONCE!
Here are the ten simple steps:
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Delicious! Best in Singapore and JB... and some say Batam!"
December 27, 2006
Melvin Ryan Tan said:
In my short hour with them, never once did I feel intimidated. In fact my opinions of them changed and I felt that even though they speak their mind (read: loud), they're very real. Ros might look menacing with her height or tattoo, but she's really a nice person to talk to. Wendy, spews as much vulgarities as she does on her blog, but we discovered that hey, she is still a harmless little girl inside.
Recommended by alvinism: "The interview gave some insight into the real sides of Xiaxue and Ros, beyond their radio and blog personality."
January 20, 2006
Silence is, uh... what was silence again?
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "A man, a pen and an opinion. "
January 13, 2006
Really, the editors at Tomorrow are not doing any favours for themselves. If I submitted a site calling XX a bitch and a whore, fine don't publish it. Obviously it wasn't that, otherwise the two editors wouldn't have published it in the first place. I doubt the two editors would have published it without reading the article I posted - if they didn't that why the hell are they editors in the first place?
Recommended by mooiness: "Starry submitted an article by XLX listing the facts surrounding the BM hate-site. It was published by Agagooga and James Seng. Then it was pulled down abruptly. Interested minds want to know: how and why did this occur? And what does this show of Tomorrow.sg's editorial integrity?"
November 19, 2005
Xiaxue: “Everyone who blogs is a blogger?”
MercerMachine: Yes, dear, by definition.
Xiaxue: “…first tell me your name.” MercerMachine: My name is MercerMachine, honey. Xiaxue: “Is it Lumpy?” MercerMachine: Lumpy? Wtf? No, I just told you, it’s MercerMachine. If that’s too difficult to remember, you can call me MM, okay sweetiekins? Xiaxue: “So, Lumpy, if you can manage to swim half a lap without dying, is it right for me to call you ‘Lumpy the swimmer’?” MercerMachine: Christ, woman, I just told you. My name is MercerMachine. And yes, if I can manage a single frigging stroke that makes me by definition a swimmer, at least while I’m swimming. And quit calling me Lumpy, dammit. That rash cleared up months ago.
Recommended by MercerMachine: "because Xiaxue gets it wrong. Again."
July 21, 2005
It seems that Xiaxue has been hacked, as witnessed by a long-time sleep-starved blogder at 4.15 a.m. You saw it here first.
The only post on the new (defaced) blog says:
I know i have been a bitch,
I know i am a Bitch
If you have any hate mails, please email me at email@example.com
Now... where have I seen this before? One of her haters started a blog on this a long time before...
July 13, 2005
Rambling Librarian said:
Due to overwhelming response to the first ever Singapore Blogger's Convention, the organisers have moved the venue to a larger one instead of WRL as planned earlier.
Would have been really nice to have held the event at the library (normally we charge a fee for the space, and actually I had to turn down one booking). I'm not complaining 'cos I'd wish the organisers for a good turnout for Bloggers.SG as well.
At least the venue-booking at WRL isn't wasted. The organisers agreed to proceed with a talk in the morning. Nice of Xiaxue, Mr Brown and Preetam to volunteer their time.
Our target audience are parents and teachers, but the event is open to anyone who wants to attend.
Get your parents, teachers or clueless colleagues to attend this workshop at Woodlands Regional Library, 10am-12pm, Sat 16 July 2005 (yes, some of us have to be in two places on that day).
Follow the link for the detailed programme.
May 22, 2005
(゜v゜)(。_。)” tries to get XiaXue to talk to him...
Getting XiaXue to click your pathetic, earthly link takes zen-like restraint. The fisherman don't chase the fish around; he gets the fish to come to him.