Chee Cheong Fun Explained

Tuesday, 16 August 2005

View from the rear:

![Bad hair 1][hair1]

And a closer look:

![Bad hair 2][hair2]

[hair1]: http://www.salameander.com/uploads/20050709-bad-hair-2.JPG
[hair2]: http://www.salameander.com/uploads/20050709-bad-hair-1.JPG “Just when you think it can’t get any worse”

6 Comments

#1Gravatar imageLincoln says:

Ahahahahaha… hhahahaha… gawd… those photos certainly made my day… ahhahahahh… gosh… i can’t stop laughing…

Where did you get your stylist from ?? Time Capsulated her from the 60s??? I think that was what my mum’s hair looked like when she got married…

ahahahh…

#2Gravatar imageAndy Heong says:

It could have been worse I supposed. Could have been the flattened chee cheong fun. At least there’s no chee mah (sesame seed) on the chee cheong fun! :p

#3Gravatar imageMichelle says:

Linc: I was thinking more along the lines of the Victorian era. Sheesh. She’s from a professional makeup studio in Penang.

Andy: She sprayed glitter in my hair. Does that count?

#4Gravatar imageligeirim says:

Penang is still pretty much stuck in the 60’s… kinda nice in a way tho… hehe

#5Gravatar imagekOtAk says:

its not all that bad, but i think smaller curls would’ve been better ;) she’s a professional hairstylist? hmmm….

#6Gravatar imageJack says:

hahahhaha…

Imagine if someone throws rice or something like that…

It will b truly really chee cheong fun… besides penang is famous for chee cheong fun…

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