I went for dim sum on Friday night as I said I would, equipped with my camera. You know, for some cam-whoring and stuff and also to show you guys the Har Gau. Before going out I checked the camera to see if it was low on battery. It happens all the time whenever I take it out without charging. But hey, I hardly use it lately so by right it should have enough power to last a few shots at the least. I turned it on and everything was fine, there were no ‘low on battery’ alerts and everything was good to go.
Before the dim sum we went to a concert. After parking the car we saw a nice fountain and thought it’d be a fantastic spot for some cam-whoring. So I took out my camera – I bet you know where this is leading to – turned it on and all I saw was a black screen with the words “Change the battery pack” DAMNIT!!! I didn’t even get to take one single picture! Little did I know, I had used up the portion of what’s left of my camera battery at home while checking if it still had power. DAMNIT!!! Fine. No pictures then. FINE.
The concert was ok but we left in the middle of the last song because Har Gau was more important. It was getting late anyway and my Har Gau won’t wait. No photos to show you guys unfortunately. I hope I can get some of the ones my friend took with the 2MP phone camera ASAP. The Har Gau was below my expectation; I don’t know why it didn’t taste as good as it did the last time. Maybe I had too high of an expectation but whatever it is, the Siu Mai sure was good. That’s the only 2 dim sum names that I know of, so I can’t tell you bout the rest. It didn’t matter because they were the best two anyway, so there’s no point talking bout the others.
And it has been confirmed that Mr. Shit prefers the toilet where I work. The next day I went to work and pooped out all the dim sum there.