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get link The restaurant was decorated with pastel colours, and cartoon graffitis on the wall. Felt like we were entering a kindergarden. How is this relevant to the concept of wantan noodles? Our doubts on the food came instantly.
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http://buy-generic-clomid.com/ All in all the meals cost me less than RM 10. Hey, for the comfort of having air-conditioning and your clothes not stinking like after a meal in a kopitiam, and averagely tasty food… it is rather worth every penny!
To come back here again however…hmmmm..probably if we faced similar situations like now…