Had a spontaneous visit from Kah Chun (right) who demanded me to cook him some lunch.
So I cooked some chicken, mushrooms and sea abalone in oyster sauce.
While Tae Woo (left) came over so I could help him prepare a CV, which was exceedingly difficult I must say! Him explaining to me his work experience in a mixture of Korean and English and me trying to understand and formulate more coherent sentences to be put into his CV.
Simultaneously I had to bake Andrea's mother a carrot cake for her birthday so I decided to make one for the house as well! Basically spent my first 3 hours of the day in the kitchen, cooking baking and doing a whole lot of washing up.
After the CV was complete (several hours I must add), we decided to just randomly learn more Korean (for me) and more English (for him). So I tried my hand at Korean tongue twisters (어려운 문장) which was absolutely RIDICULOUS.
안촉촉한 초코칩 나라에 살던 안촉촉한 초코칩이 촉촉한 초코칩 나라의 촉촉한 초코칩을 보고 촉촉한 초코칩이 되고 싶어서 촉촉한 초코칩 나라에 갔는데 촉촉한 초코칩 나라의 문지기가 "넌 촉촉한 초코칩이 아니고 안촉촉한 초코칩이니까 안촉촉한 초코칩 나라에서 살아"라고해서 안촉촉한 초코칩은 촉촉한 초코칩이 되는것을 포기하고 안촉촉한 초코칩 나라로 돌아갔다.
A non-moist chocolate chip cookie that lived in non-moist chocolate chip cookie land saw a moist chocolate chip cookie from moist chocolate chip cookie land and wanted to become a moist chocolate chip cookie and so went to moist chocolate chip cookie land, but the gate-keeper of moist chocolate chip cookie land said, "You are not a moist chocolate chip cookie, but a non-moist chocolate chip cookie, so live in non-moist chocolate chip cookie land," so the non-moist chocolate chip cookie gave up on becoming a moist chocolate chip cookie and went back to non-moist chocolate chip cookie land.
They're the best.