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Rachel Kristen
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Random shopaholic update.
Thursday, April 5, 2012, 12:01 AM
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Apart from catching up with friends and family on my last trip back home, I also topped up on my movies and series..plus some retail therapy. I have to admit that the things are a lot cheaper back home.

Take for example, they sell a piece of DVD for RM 8 in the Klang Valley. For this amount, I can get 2-3 already depending on how friendly you are towards the sales person lol.. Most of the time you can get 3 for RM10.. sometimes buy 4 free 1 GOOD RIGHT? 

Also got my nails done, first time trying out a grey tone LOVE IT!

Manicure in JB cost anywhere between RM 30-48 bucks. Unless you do Acyrllic ugh however you spell it. While clothing can range anywhere between RM 20 and above, food and beverage is more or less the same. 

I was walking around, people watching and I realized how Johoreans and Singaporeans have a certain kind of aura that I can sniff the moment I see them =P You don't have to agree with me but Johoreans or rather Malaysians are more laid back and down to earth (even in the dressing sense, which is poor) while Singaporeans are more classy and wants everything in place (meticulous in a way). So I don't know if it's a good thing that people tend to tell me I sound like a Singaporean when  I speak mandarin pft. I hope that it ends there.

I've also been feeling guilty but happy...since there are plenty of weddings to attend this year, 

I bought 3 out of 4 of these.. 

killmenow *guilty

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