Sunday, March 3, 2013

Diet 忌口 ...


When I have a teaching assignment, 
it will be from 9 to 5 almost everyday, 
one of the toughest thing for me 
is to avoid eating during tea breaks 
...

Satay Meehoon 沙爹米粉

@ Sota, Wisma UOAII, KL 


14 comments:

George said...

I think I would have trouble resisting this snack.

you-wee because said...

Teachers need energy, Wong!
Or don't you want to energize your students? Where does this energy come from?

In Germany we have an adage / saying:
"Ohne Mampf kein Kampf! - literally translated to: " Without eating no fighting!"

;-))

Enjoy your weekend, enjoy your meals.

Uwe.

you-wee because said...

By the way: we call our breaks here in Europe "coffee breaks", not "tea breaks"...
...obviously we drink much more coffee than tea!

Uwe.

Thérèse said...

But I sure you found a way to catch up at 5pm! :-)

Costea said...

Tasty diet.

Flo de Sendai said...

Miam miam...................

Nicki said...

Oh my, that looks good. It would be hard to focus knowing that was waiting to be eaten whether coffee/tea/or lunch break. I might have to even make up my own special break to sneak a bite.

Traveling Hawk said...

Oh, how do you avoid such a yummy dish?

Randy said...

It does look tasty.

Arnaud said...

Woudl be difficult for me as well.

Sean said...

this looks tasty! i wouldn't mind having it for a tea-time snack also ;D

Nancy Claeys said...

Looks very appetizing -- always difficult to resist temptation. :)

Michelle said...

This looks very delicious to me.

Birdman said...

That would be the hardest part of your job, I bet.