SAM working at his foodstall in Singapore

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manfred
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SAM working at his foodstall in Singapore

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some Malay words useful here
ayam chicken
babi pig
nasi goreng fried rice
"pataya" (only in Singapore and parts of Malaysia) - wrapped in an omelette.
mee goreng fried noodles
parata Indian flat bread, the fried variety
kosong (literally zero) no condensed milk and sugar, i.e. a plain fried bread, or sometimes also a black tea...
murtabak a stuffed pancake.... very fatty....
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Re: SAM working at his foodstall in Singapore

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Hello manfred

I enjoyed every minute listening to SAM. Excellent.

sum

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Re: SAM working at his foodstall in Singapore

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sum wrote:Hello manfred

I enjoyed every minute listening to SAM. Excellent.

sum
So did I. Are we allowed to laugh??
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Re: SAM working at his foodstall in Singapore

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Hey SAM!!!
do you allow this challenge go wasted?
Lets hear you man. Go ahead & reply to these "kufurs" :yummy:

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Re: SAM working at his foodstall in Singapore

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Hello SAM

You are spending too much time at your food stall. Please come back to the FFI forum - all is forgiven.

We miss you.

sum

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