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Chillin At Chili's

After a filling meal at Shi Lin and after combing the stalls of Moonlit Bazaar, C and I happily sat down at Chili's for some much needed drink. Also, we wanted to avail of the bottomless nachos. Kurips-mode! Hahaha

Black Russian. Haven't had this for a long time. I just love Vodka and I just love Kahlua. However (or maybe because I am already old-ish), I find the drink too strong. Requested the waiter to tweak my drink with ice and sprite :P




Mojito. C said it tasted celery-ish. She's feeling old, too. I guess we're too much of "foodies" than "drinkies." Hehehe




Bottoms up!



Hic!

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