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EOWYN2424
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First I was good, then I was bad! ;)

Saturday, July 20, 2013

I did my 30 minute latin dance aerobic workout and worked up some sweat. Then I went for Bible study today. As you know, it's the fasting month (ramadhan) for the muslims and they sell all kinds of yummy goodies everywhere in the evening for the muslims to buy to break their fast. Well, not all the customers are fasting muslims, a lot of non-muslims also take the opportunity to buy those goodies! (including yours truly!).

I bought curry puffs, fried spring rolls served with chilli sauce and some little savory cakes! Yummm! The curry puffs were fried, and the spring rolls were practically dripping with oil but I just could resist! Well, the portions were small but still!

I bet I cancelled out to good I did with that latin dance workout! Oh why do the spring rolls have to be sooo delicious!?
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  • v FATHINSN
    Hehe, yeah, same here, some of the customers at bazaar are non-muslim, I guess it's win-win for everyone during Ramadhan :D

    That latin workout sounds fun! Do you do some salsa or something like that?
    1096 days ago
  • v WANDERINONE
    Hey, it's not all bad!! It's not like you do it all the time!! Gotta live a little, too... emoticon
    1105 days ago
  • v MILPAM3
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    1105 days ago
  • v SONICB
    Think of working out as a way to incorporate the occasional treat like curry puffs & spring rolls in your diet without having them interfere too much with your goals. Echoing WILDKAT781, as long as you're not eating like this every day, you'll be fine!
    1105 days ago
  • v SAMMIESMOM13
    Gotta have a goodie now and then. ;)
    1105 days ago
  • v WILDKAT781
    congrats on getting in a good workout....you can have those puffs and rolls every now and then just don't eat them every day! LOL
    1105 days ago
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