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January 7, 2011

Call me bluff

Online media is so popular right now, even chefs are reading food blogs to find out what bloggers have been saying about their food. I was sent on a job to a restaurant launch recently and didn’t find the food very appealing. So I sampled a little of each item (enough for a write-up) and stopped at that.

“Girl, why are you not eating? There’s plenty of food…eat more la!” said the executive chef. Not wanting to be rude, I told him I was watching my diet (OK I lied).

Picture credit: pixmac.com

“Don’t bluff me. I read your blog all the time. I know you eat a lot!” the chef snorted.

*awkward smile* Told the chef I wasn’t very hungry as I had a large breakfast and vowed never to use that cover line again.


5 Responses

  1. TL

    oh no… what if he reads this? lol

  2. David Jr

    Hehe, I still remember when you told me the story face to face yesterday. Damn funny!

    David

  3. J2Kfm

    Hmm. Maybe should have outright explained to him, so improvement can be done.

  4. J

    Uh oh. But what if he reads this post and he realises that you are talking about him?? lol.

  5. Bangsar-bAbE

    J – Hahaha…I'm pretty sure he read this lor. I felt bad at that time. Hate it when I'm asked to keep my comments to myself (one of my company's clients).

    J2Kfm – If it was for my blog, I would have.

    But it's work-related, and the boss wants to keep this client. So I'm asked to be as "polite" as I can. ~_~

    David – Hahaha…I'm animated. =P

    TL – Then he knows what I really thought of the food lor.

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