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  • FreeApple
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    Hehehehe which zombie(s) that have been your most favourite all the time or been imprinted in your mind flawlessly ?
    I like bicycle-girl zombie, the very first zombie Rick encountered in season 1.

    I voted Rick, he's been through mentally-conflicted things for long time haha.

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  • PhilippeD
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    Originally posted by LittleMonster View Post
    The zombies ofc! They're awesome!
    HEY!!!! You stole my choice!!!

    Mind that I didn't seen the last episode... the only one who don't seem to lose his/her head is Michone, and for being a "has been" of Iaido (sword practice, related to Aikido)... my choice goes for Michone

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  • LittleMonster
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    Originally posted by FreeApple View Post
    Hehehe, that's so clever daughter you have, Phillippe!

    @Little Monsta @Alia @Phillipe So, what's your favourite character in TWD so far?

    Hi all!
    The zombies ofc! They're awesome!

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  • FreeApple
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    Hehehe, that's so clever daughter you have, Phillippe!

    @Little Monsta @Alia @Phillipe So, what's your favourite character in TWD so far?

    Hi all!

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  • greentea85
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    @vania~ thanks for the warm welcome! true that, there is a hot pot of greentea waiting for me downstairs
    Last edited by greentea85; 17-10-14, 19:02.

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  • greentea85
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    @Mr. Robson Hello! Its another Friday night, just hanging out with the fam bam. What is your typical Saturday night like? Nah, still looking for one, hopefully it will come soon, fingers crossed!

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  • PhilippeD
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    My older girl have found the virtue of the car klaxon.
    You press on it and it make a funny noise!

    At the beginning of her discovery, when my wife was delivering food with them, all the time she get out of the car for give the food order, the car was doing a "funny noise".
    Now she know and don't use it anymore. But she still like to hear the klaxon.
    When my wife drive, she will encourage her to use the horn pointing at car or motorcycle.

    The other day, we went out with the car, on the way back home:
    my girl: Mama, mama, pout-pout pout-pout (she was asking my wife to use the klaxon).
    mama: Why? It don't have car in front of us. (yes, I'm not in Jakarta, the road can be empty sometime).
    my girl: Yah! Ini... and she point at the car following us. She probably didn't like it was following us that much near!

    She was quite deceive we can't klaxon car behind us.

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  • PhilippeD
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    My reserve of kopi bubuk is empty, can't check the ingredient.

    On the "life-saver" individual packet of Tora Bika Duo the ingredient said: Gula dan Kopi bubuk / sugan dan ground coffee

    No mention of corn or rice... but it is sure you can start to ask yourself what is the meaning (none-said inclusion) of "ground coffee".
    Anyway, corn and rice are not gonna kill me, until it still fit my taste...

    **note: I would be more worried about "house grounded coffee" than Tora Bika or kapal Api ground coffee.

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  • vania~
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    ohh rice too?! :O

    im wondering to buy JJ royal coffee ground coffee, the price is higher than kapal api, indocafe and others... probably it doesnt have rice or corn in it

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  • Alia
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    Originally posted by vania~ View Post
    whoa! goodluck for Alia and Phil for the food business!

    Thank Vania !

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  • Alia
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    Originally posted by vania~ View Post
    my mom said coffee powder such as kapal api nowdays is mixed with corn powder
    i believe her somehow because she used to live in lampung where is many coffee plantation there.. and people there use to make, or buy their coffee beans and grind them
    Not only corn, but rice. Although I rather doubt it, since corn can make the coffee you know .. kental. I know this for fact in my desa. They grind them together, coffee beans and rice, to make the price cheaper.

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  • vania~
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    whoa! goodluck for Alia and Phil for the food business!

    btw i also waiting for the rain.. the weather is so hot and dry -___-

    and also the farmers waiting for the rain.. im getting paranoid about global warming

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  • vania~
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    Originally posted by PhilippeD View Post
    Not sure if you want have an opinion of other than Vania...
    Since I'm living in indonesia I have converted to local coffee, the one that you keep the grounded coffee inside the cup. Must not drink the bottom!!!

    I use Kapal Api for my daily coffee, since a while I can't go back to "nescafe" and other similar product. I don't find them tasteful anymore.
    I good cup of bali, toraja, or the strong sumatera coffee is always well appreciated.

    For the "save up the day" I have some individual packet of "ready mix" of Tora Bika duo (coffee & sugar/kopi & gula). I choose Tora Bika because it is the less sweet. All other brand are overly sweet to my taste.

    my mom said coffee powder such as kapal api nowdays is mixed with corn powder
    i believe her somehow because she used to live in lampung where is many coffee plantation there.. and people there use to make, or buy their coffee beans and grind them

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  • vania~
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    Originally posted by Mr.Robson View Post
    Hello Vania..

    So what is your favorite coffee anyway? Sometimes i'm always wants to buy a coffee in the morning before i start my day and doing my daily task at the office but i never did it and as instead i usually did my "coffee time" after lunch or in the afternoon or after office hour.
    not sure i just make coffee that the office serve for free hahah, i just need to stay alert lol...

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  • PhilippeD
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    Maybe better think about a back up plan of hot drink for the incoming rain season! :P

    last weekend we had a "party" to deliver (we sold food for people who don't know)... you know, when you have to do the equivalent of a full week in one day...
    Done!

    And it bring even more potential customer. My wife had a dozen of people who add her on their BBM following the "party".

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