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Mosquito food.

Ate at the same restaurant for 3 days straight while I was in my mother's hometown.
The food was nice!
Get to eat loads of yummy seafood,
Especially those fish eyeballs!

It's not extraordinarily delicious,
But I kinda like it, somehow.

What's 虾姑 in English anyway?

Oh heck,
The food there was nice for sure,
And I bet the mosquitoes enjoyed my blood too.

It's so disgusting to scratch my feet and eat at the same time,
-- OKAY, I didn't exactly do that,
I actually tried using one leg to scratch the other leg,
Equally disgusting,
But heck, who cares?


Watched the whole 1st season of Friends,
That very old and long sitcom,
Since I had nothing better to do.

I also spent a lot of time searching stuff about Rubik's cubes,
Watching videos related to Rubik's cubes,
Drooling over pictures of Rubik's cubes

So basically,
What I've concluded is:
For DIYs - Type D is currently one of the best. A is not too bad as well. Joy cubes and Edison cubes seem interesting but only available in Korean/Japan.

For 4x4x4, 5x5x5 and so on,
Rubik's brand sucks the most,
Eastsheen is better, but colour scheme is always wrong,
Mefferts are better, but mostly tiled,
QJ once used to be know as Clefferts, a Mefferts clone, but definitely not bad at all.

Those 4 brands are for 4x4x4 and 5x5x5 only.

There's also a V-cube,
Manufactured in Greece,
Mainly 5x5x5, 6x6x6 and 7x7x7.
If I were to ship in a set of those,
It would cost me around RM420.

WHICH IS A LOT.
Okay,
Done with my Rubik's thing.
I would definitely appreciate it if you were to give the set of V-cubes to me as a present,
HAHA.


Did I mention that my mom bought me a new phone?
YAY!
Thanks mom!

-Kritz

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