Man Who Joined A Girl's Birthday Party Was Told To Pay RM920 Despite Eating Just A Burger - SAYS
The man ordered a burger that cost RM88, but was told to pay RM920 in total.
Taking to Facebook, he asked netizens not to attack the birthday woman and her friends. According to the man, the said friend had apologised to him over a phone call and urged netizens to stop harassing the women. "After some pondering, as a man, I feel like we should not blow small matters out of proportion," he said. "I heard that the person's voice on the phone sounds very sad." "After all, they are women. They did nothing wrong. The problem with the money has also been resolved as everyone has come to share the bill. Thank you for everyone's help and I love you all."
Singapore Airlines Is Now Turning The World's Largest Passenger Plane Into A Restaurant - SAYS
A pop-up restaurant and training centre tours are part of SIA's latest attempts to boost its business.
An Airbus A380 plane will be converted into a restaurant on 24 and 25 October. However, reservations can be made starting from 12 October. Precautions will be taken to reduce the risk of COVID-19 infections, including sanitising the plane, limiting group sizes, doing temperature checks, and implementing distancing. SIA's first class and business class meals will also be made available for home delivery.
Goddess & Rebellion: Here Are The Legends Behind Mid-Autumn Festival & Why We Eat Mooncake - SAYS
Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as Mooncake or Lantern Festival, falls on the 15th day of the eighth month of the Chinese lunar calendar every year.
According to the most famous variation of the story, there used to be 10 suns blazing in the morning sky in ancient China. The heat from the suns caused people and crops to be scorched to death. It was the hero named Hou Yi - a strong and valiant archer - who shot down nine suns with a bow and arrows, leaving only one sun in the sky. As a reward, he was given an elixir of life that would grant eternal youth. However, Hou Yi loved his wife Chang'e so much that he didn't want to be separated from her. So, he told Chang'e to keep it away. On the 15th day of the eighth month of the lunar calender, an evil man named Peng Meng decided to steal the elixir. Peng Meng stormed into the couple's home while Hou Yi was out and tried to take the elixir. Seeing that she couldn't stop Peng Meng, Chang'e grabbed the elixir before he did and drank it all by herself. She ascended to heaven upon drinking the magical potion. Legend has it that she decided to live on the moon so that she could be nearer to her husband since the moon was the closest 'planet' to the earth.
It's Dangerous To Sleep In A Car. Here's Why - SAYS
This is for those who enjoy sneaking a nap in the car during lunch time.
The primary cause of death of people falling asleep in cars is carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is a colourless, odourless gas released when burning fuels, such as coal, wood, charcoal, natural gas, and fuel oil. This gas usually dissipates quickly in open air but is harmful to human health when it accumulates in enclosed areas, such as when a parked car is left running with all its windows closed. Carbon monoxide is a silent killer because not only can we not see or smell it, we also breathe it in normally with no irritation to our nose and throats. The gas kills when a large amount of it binds to our red blood cells and displaces oxygen. This eventually suffocates our body from an adequate oxygen supply.
Singapore Airlines Is Planning To Sell Flights From Changi Airport To... Changi Airport - SAYS
Saying farewell and hello again to your family in three hours.
According to The Straits Times, the flights take place at Changi Airport and should begin as early as late October. The ticket prices, number of flights operated, and the services provided during the flight are not known yet.
Khairy Seeks To Make COVID-19 Vaccine Free For All Malaysians - SAYS
He also said that Malaysia is looking at several manufacturers, including China, for the vaccine while keeping in mind that its safety and efficacy is pivotal.
"The most important thing for Malaysia is safety and efficacy. We want to make sure the vaccine that we buy is safe and effective and it has data shared with us," he was quoted as saying by The Star. "The National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency (NPRA) under the Ministry of Health (MOH) requires the data for clinical trials to be shared with us before we approve the buying of vaccines. The data will tell us whether the vaccines are safe and effective." According to Khairy, once there is a safe and effective vaccine, Malaysia will want it as soon as possible.
[VIDEO] Malaysian Actor Sean Lee's Attempt At Baking Mickey Mouse Macarons Is A Whole Mood - SAYS
0:39 is just priceless!
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Daiso Has An Online Store So Say Goodbye To Your Wallet - SAYS
What is money?
Although it doesn't sell every single item available at its physical stores, it still has a reasonably wide selection for all your basic needs. Some of the categories include:- Home storage,- Stationery,- Kitchen and dining tools, - Brushes and beauty tools,- Personal care,- Groceries and pets, - Housekeeping and laundry, and other items.
Viral Photos Claim To Reveal How A Pandemic Was Like In The Past, But Are They Real? - SAYS
Public Health Malaysia posted Facebook photos, which have since been shared over 11,000 times.
This photo of a family and cat supposedly wearing face masks has been circulating the Internet. Although Snopes confirms that this was taken during the Spanish flu in Dublin, California between 1918 and 1920, it is unclear if the cat actually wore a mask or it just has a white face. Unfortunately, because the photo is quite old and blurry, even the coordinator who oversees Dublin's Heritage Park & Museums Tyler Phillips says it is hard to determine from the physical photograph. Snopes does note, however, that it isn't entirely strange that people put masks on their pets back then.
K-Pop Artiste Is Frustrated With Malaysians For Constantly Making Fun Of Her Name - SAYS
"As if there's only Bahasa Malaysia in the world."
"Why are you doing this to me? Just because my name is your laughing stock? Are you having fun with this?" she said angrily, as quoted by Malay Mail. "I am not interested in your language, so it doesn't matter what my name means in your language." "And I didn't know your country, but I don't want to know it anymore," she also wrote in the since-deleted post. Babi added that those who continued to ridicule her will be reported and blocked from her account.