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So we went to Levain Bou.. Pat.. fdjkffdsjkl whatever it is for breakfast.
I can't spell it. #getreal
Nah here it is.
It was a rainy Monday Morning. Zeus is the Greek God of Rain, hence the title.
Mei Yi and I were attempting to poeticise the whole session.
Okay okay try to imagine this...
Rattan chairs and square wooden tables,
which jazzed up by a cup of cappuccino and a glass of bold cream-colored latte,
Accompanied by the cacophony formed with the clinking silver hardware, raindrops against the leaves, chirping birds and giggling friends...
Now close your eyes and take a deep, satisfying breath...
The rich aroma of brewed coffee and fresh-from-oven breads...
Sometimes, we just have to be real.
Let's start from the very beginning.
One, rainy Monday morning in KL, how would you expect the traffic to be??
Sanguine Virgo like us were able to work it through by playing smooth jazz in the car,
and observing other drivers
(most of them wear poker face but we saw one smart chap utilise his time to pluck moustache).
Two, rattan chairs are beautiful to look at, but if you know that you have to rest on it for some times, don't wear shorts - the neat texture of the surface will just print on your flesh, and the whole world will know that you have been sitting on one.
Smart Virgo like us were also able to work it through by resting only 1/3 of our butts on the chairs. How graceful.
Three, it is a known fact that people of A blood type have the tendency to attract mosquitoes.
Both of us were wearing shorts, and our smooth, fair, fleshy thighs had become their breakfast table.
Four, flies are common in Malaysia.
Why wasn't I surprise to spot them at such a delicate place?
So people, be real.
Upon having breakfast, we went to tapao some breads.
We took the trays.
Circle the display centre.
Then detour the display centre.
And move around the display centre.
Empty trays. #indecisive Virgo
Then I saw samples.
I waved frantically at Mei Yi, then only I saw that her back was facing me.
My blood carries auntiness.
Upon trying, we took the bread that we have tried...
and repeat the same circle detour move around cycle again.
Mei Yi said that we looked like the kelefes who were hired to go around the display centre to form the impression that the business is running good.
So I kiap a few more breads, and called it a day.
And oh... it's time for lunch.