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    i dont think malayali built the box. it looks like an exhibition or something. i think i am sure now, after looking at the picture again, that there's no box. it is just a structure that is made to look like a box at a certain angle. perhaps malayali had to stand at a designated spot in order to get that effect in the picture.
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    DING DING DING; you hit the nail right here. It is an exhibition & there is no box at all. It is just an open structure that from an angle looks like my son is standing is inside a box. Optical illusion.
    Quote Originally Posted by azabaz_ipoh View Post
    i dont think malayali built the box. it looks like an exhibition or something. i think i am sure now, after looking at the picture again, that there's no box. it is just a structure that is made to look like a box at a certain angle. perhaps malayali had to stand at a designated spot in order to get that effect in the picture.

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    & No, I didn't change anything in the picture or the structure. We had gone to Children's Museum here in Dallas & this was just one of the pieces they created optical illusion(s). Unfortunately I forgot to take my camera with me!!!! Darn.
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    there is no box...ive seen this one befor...it looks really convincing, but this angle makes it seem off a bit......unless malayali is playing tricks on us, and built a slightly deformed box to trick all of us who think we know the trick

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    More chocolates from the chocolate lover

    It's a gift from someone... and chocs were as yummy as how they looked. I 'melted' too ahaha..

    Shot using my P&S.








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    Default ^^Any left??..^^

    ...so, is the box empty or still full??..

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    The box is full from outside but the empty from inside...
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    ...so, is the box empty or still full??..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ...so, is the box empty or still full??..
    Quote Originally Posted by malayali View Post
    The box is full from outside but the empty from inside...
    ahah... definitely empty. These are actually some old pics that I digged out. The chocs were given to me.. last year

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    Default ^^Hmm, we should..^^

    ..rename your nickname to choco-chehsi or chocz-chehsi...

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    Chocolates will make you feel happy because they affect the neurotransmital network in your brain. But the devil is to take in the cocoa ingredient in chocolates without the other ingredients like sugar, etc. If you eat very dark chocolates which contain a higher percentage of cocoa they will be bitter. Very tasty chocolates have more sugar and much less cocoa.
    If you can handle very dark chocolates then why not go all the way and use cocoa instead? Pure cocoa with water is the ultimate, but it will be a bit bitter. Or you can add non-fat milk and aspartame but milk will slightly decrease the absorption of the full goodness of cocoa. BTW, cocoa will improve your cardiovascular fitness. For the serious badminton player, I highly recommend cocoa drink with no milk or sugar (the night before) and slowly dissolving two papain/bromelain tablets in between your cheek and gum before the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..rename your nickname to choco-chehsi or chocz-chehsi...
    Choc-cheh (if cheh-choc it'll sound like cucuk) sounds good Maybe you can see a choc brand by that name in the future.. lol



    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak View Post
    Chocolates will make you feel happy because they affect the neurotransmital network in your brain. But the devil is to take in the cocoa ingredient in chocolates without the other ingredients like sugar, etc. If you eat very dark chocolates which contain a higher percentage of cocoa they will be bitter. Very tasty chocolates have more sugar and much less cocoa.
    If you can handle very dark chocolates then why not go all the way and use cocoa instead? Pure cocoa with water is the ultimate, but it will be a bit bitter. Or you can add non-fat milk and aspartame but milk will slightly decrease the absorption of the full goodness of cocoa. BTW, cocoa will improve your cardiovascular fitness. For the serious badminton player, I highly recommend cocoa drink with no milk or sugar (the night before) and slowly dissolving two papain/bromelain tablets in between your cheek and gum before the game.

    I like dark chocs too. I just like anything chocolate

    Well.. if people like black coffee and beer/stout so much... I don't see why they can't handle the bitterness of cocoa And it's so much healthier.

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    After the chocolates beem emptied.. the person should gain a few pounds. ehhehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    After the chocolates beem emptied.. the person should gain a few pounds. ehhehe
    ... i think it's more than just a few pounds...

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    This is what happened to my laptops after not using it for AGES... this is really old stuff.
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    wah ants, how long have u kept this laptop??

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    The Toshiba i think more than 15yrs. The other TPG around 12-14yrs i think.

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    Finally, our first spring flowers sticking out today.
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    Default Rainbow after a rain..

    ..it rained yesterday...and took this pic as i was strolling by a city near my work place..well, seen many rainbows before, but picture doesn't do justice as i was standing there in awe staring at this rainbow in front of my eyes..
    Btw, notice there's another rainbow sort of appearing at the top...
    *pardon the stitch mark as i didn't think abt taking them in a panoramic mode..


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