Sunday, August 21, 2005

Why is there an orange in my coffee press?

In the parlance of televised motorsports, this blog entry would probably be called a 'splash and dash'. In other words, a quickie. I'm stressing over some stuffy HR Mgmt essay due in 9 hours, with lots to work out.

Yesterday night, a digital camera was floating about in the aether of my apartment. I decided to unwind (from HR research) by taking some still life images. Owner (Mr. BZY) needed it for his academic work, so I had to stop playing after 10 minutes.




Orange Crush
Why is there an orange in my coffee press?




6.43am
I've finally finished that ass of an essay and submitted it electronically. Good thing I have Mondays off, else I'll be turning up in lectures in a fuzzy state of consciousness.



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4 Comments:

Anonymous James said...

All coffee beans transmogrify into oranges after two weeks of stewing in a coffee press.

Everyone knows this.

11:06 pm, August 21, 2005  
Blogger sonia said...

=) Looks even nicer here (compared to on IM)..

Oh, and it looks like u are advertising for Pyrex. Haha.. If they have some photography competition, just send in this one. That'll do. Hehe..

2:52 pm, August 22, 2005  
Blogger sonia said...

=) Looks even nicer here (compared to on IM)..

Oh, and it looks like u are advertising for Pyrex. Haha.. If they have some photography competition, just send in this one. That'll do. Hehe..

2:52 pm, August 22, 2005  
Blogger Lao Chen said...

james:
Thanks for that reminder. Its quite a rare occurence for my beans to be sitting for a fortnight in the press... The turnover usually happens in 2 to 3 days at most.

sonia:
:)

Its higher resolution than on MSN, thats for sure.

11:12 am, August 23, 2005  

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