Just had one of my craziest lunch experiences today. I ordered myself a serving of chicken + "siow-ba" (roast pork) + "lap-cheong" (chinese sausage) rice. The chicken rice stall boss was having a hard time chopping the meat, serving, collecting money, and taking a breath, all by himself. He's too busy even to collect money from us. "Sii kor pek... lu jiak sing" (RM4.80, you eat first - in Penangite Hokkien dialect), he murmured.
So, it's time for us to leave the restaurant. We approached the stall to meet the ever-busy chicken-rice guy to pay our 'debt'. As guess what, the bowl where the money was kept was left unattended (sorry, I dun have picture of it). So, in front of him, I just chucked in my RM5 note and retrieved 20sen from it. Everyone else was doing the same. How hilarious! And amazingly, the chicken-rice guy so trusted us that he did not cared much of it! Amid the ever-horrific society of snatch thieves, robbers and rapists, he's leaving that bowl of cash alone!! I wonder how much he earned in the end. LOL!!
Next, came my stunt. How long is a Smart-for-2, you may ask? Here's the answer... erm... about 1.8 meters. How do I know? [see below]
And, how much guts did it take for you to go up a half-completed overhead bridge? Or, rather, an abandoned overhead bridge? [see below]