these are the only 2 photos taken by someone else on board.
Monday, February 28, 2011
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
It was a great achievement - having our baskets emptied... as both of us were still afraid that we can't sell off all of them on the V-day. At 8pm we still had alot more to sell off... and was quite flicker-minded on whether to lower the price or not. Nevertheless.. we made it!
They helped us to buy MacDonald's fillet meals for dinner!
Thks Kelvin & Wp!
Thanks William for everything, without you this wouldn't have been a successful one! Thks!
Thanks to William's Mum who assisted us alot in this as well. Cheers~!
Feel free to visit www.rocher-creations.blogspot.com to find out more!
Saturday, February 12, 2011
We would be selling mainly
- single stalk (at $2)
- bouquet of 3 Ferrero Rocher choc (at $10)
- heart with stick (at $2)
Single-Stalk would be the one as shown below.
Bouquet of 3 Ferrero Rocher chocs would be like the one I'm holding below.
If you're interested in making something more than this... (perhaps a 99 Ferrero Rocher bouquet?), you can drop by at Bugis, look for us and tell us your requirements.
Flowers outside are selling SO EXPENSIVE now.
Prices of roses typically increase by as much as 40 to 50 per cent during this period.
Check out the video on The Straits Times Online Here!
By looking at our prices as mentioned above, for example a Single-Stalk at $2 and its classier with the gold Ferrero Rocher --- It's alot cheaper! ... rather than just a normal rose again
A small bouquet of three Ferrero Rochers is just $10.
To get the BEST DEAL out of this extravagant V-day, check us out on 12th & 13th Feb at Bugis Street! :)
For the 99 Ferrero Rocher bouquet.
We can't promise you that we can deliver on the V-Day itself, cos its already 12th Feb now. We need time to produce and we are very tight with our schedule now. You still can place your order, provided that you are fine with getting it after 14th Feb. We seek your kind understanding. Thank you!
Visit www.rocher-creations.blogspot.com to find out more!
JUST two years after Bravissimo, a lingerie maker for women with larger bust sizes, launched a KK-cup size, it recently introduced the L-cup to meet the growing demand for larger sizes.
According to a report in the Daily Mail, the unprecedented demand for bigger bra sizes can be explained by three things:
*The average British bra size has increased dramatically. In the 1950s, the average size was B-cup, but it has since increased to 36C. Bravissimo estimates, however, that it could in fact be closer to 34E.
*Breast cancer expert professor Michael Baum said that 'fat is laid down on breasts as much as thighs and bottoms. We are experiencing an obesity epidemic, so the increase in women's measurements isn't that surprising.'
*However, there are also more women with slim figures but big breasts. According to Bravissimo's research, the majority of women they contacted are 'small in the body and big in the bust.' This indicates the reason for bigger breasts is not just fat. Marilyn Glenville, specialising in women's health and hormones, said in the report: 'We have to look at what stimulates breast tissue growth - and that's estrogen, the female sex hormone.'
*According to Dr Glenville, women experience a surge of estrogen as they reach puberty earlier than before, have fewer children and breastfeed for less time. 'With more women today putting off pregnancy until later in life and having fewer children, they experience many more monthly cycles than previous generations did, and are exposed to more estrogen.'
Xenoestrogens (foreign estrogens)
*Hormone Replacement Treatment for menopausal women and contraceptive pills affect cup size too, according to the report. Pesticides, plastics and cosmetics may also influence bra size. Exposure to products such as tinned food, drinks cans and plastic bottles, which contain Bisphenol A (BPA), may also play a role. These xenoestrogens are reported to effect sperm and fertility and are 'potentially affecting women, too - and the proof could be in our bras." 'Applying moisturisers to the skin and often directly on to the breast may stimulate growth in breast tissue,' Dr Glenville said.
*Milk could be another contributor to the increase in bra sizes. The report said about two-thirds of the milk British people consume comes from pregnant cows, which contains high levels of estrogens and other hormones.Many women aspire to have bigger breasts; however those with big breasts can suffer from chronic back pain and other inconveniences in their everyday lives. Even as more women visit plastic surgeons for breast enlargement operations, an increasing number of women are inquiring about breast reduction operations. -- THE KOREAN HERALD/ANN
Monday, February 7, 2011
She always make her own Ang Pow every year and i guess this is probably the BEST Ang Pow i had ever received. Read on and u will know why. :P
But there was something inside this Big Fat Rabbit when i shook it. What was it?