A Token from Singapore

A friend of mine, Jesse, went to Singapore and Indonesia last week for a vacation. Habang kami ay nag-aaral! Hayz! Hirap talaga maging poor......
Key chain from Singapore : for sure hindi ko ito gagamitin, pang display lang

Medyo nasurprise lang ako sa gift ni Jesse na ibinigay sa akin kanina although expected ko talaga kasi nagbilin ako before siya umalis. Hehe! He gave me a key chain na mamahalin daw from Singapore at syempre 2 Singaporean Dollar. Okey lang 'yun... It's the thought that counts naman 'di ba?
2 Singapore Dollar : Nice moey. I never thought na made of plastic siya.

Well, iba talaga kapag friendly ka! Kahit saan pa pumunta ang friend mo ay hindi ka niya makakalimutan. Hehe! Hanggang sa uulitin!

7 comments:

i also have those key chains. a friend also gave me. another typical pasalubong from singapore are chocolates in the shape of the merlion.

August 6, 2008 at 10:14 PM comment-delete

ha ha key chain din pasalubong dati ng sister ko from singapore and im using it now. o ha. he he

August 7, 2008 at 4:57 AM comment-delete

If you have a lot of these items, you might consider starting a blog sharing them. Baka marami pang mas mag-bigay.

Australia also uses plastic money.

August 7, 2008 at 7:42 PM comment-delete

good for you... the more friends you have, the more blessings lol.

richarddiongson.com
August 8, 2008 at 1:12 AM comment-delete

@ Dong : Salamat sa comment... Try ko siya kulitin baka may Merlion Chocolates pa siya. Hehe!

@ Abou : Same lang pala tayo. Magkano kaya talaga ito? Mukha namang silver talaga e...

@ Ma'am Janet : Haha! Salamat sa information... Sasama nga po pala ako sa Monday...

@ Richard : HAha! Ganun? Sabagay may tama ka...

August 8, 2008 at 7:27 PM comment-delete

meron din akong ganyan na keychain galing sa kaibigan ko..hehehe=)

iba tlga pag madaming kaibigan no?

Rio
August 9, 2008 at 7:24 PM comment-delete

wow. that's a very nice gathering of bloggers. i wish i was there... LOL.

August 14, 2008 at 12:07 AM comment-delete