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I’ll eat every cake in New York City

Where’s the cake? Gimme the cake. GET the cake!

indignant about havin to light 'er own candles

It’s probably wrong to have to light your own candles but I was taking der fotos.

I’ve been here 6 months and there’s this section on the other side of town that I’d still never been to. The study is killin me. I should be doing it right now. If I’m not working, or studying (very little time involved) then I’m sitting here think I should be studying (most of the time) and so, I haven’t been out exploring all that much. I actually dreamed about this other part of town the other night, so I thought time to do something about it. Took a taxi there. Trekked around for ages looking for this one Indian restaurant. Eventually found it. THe lamb was awesome – it had no fat at all. It was J-e’s birthday the other day. I’ve never known anyone to be so crazy about cake. They don’t even let her into cakeshops anymore. She’d punch somebody in the head for some cake.

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Here are some other things. There’s a good fastfood place in the Jongno area in Seoul, called Sultan Kebab. They have a very good ‘lamb sandwich’ as they call it, but it looks more like a roll to me. Jong-gak stn exit one, walk straight for 70 metres. Itch on your right.

(12/Mar/10) Update!:* Sultan Kebab has closed!  I don’t know why. Maybe something happened in the old country and the man had to go home. Damn shame. There’s still a small one in Itaewon but they’re menu isn’t as wide. (End Update)

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This company has made the bold move to use the correct phraseology, ‘grand opening’ instead of the much more common, fucked up ‘grand open’. Good for them.

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5 Comments

  1. Food looks good. : )

    Comment by Pirooz Kalayeh — October 22, 2009 @ 1:16 pm
  2. French fries and Coke – One World Nation.

    That girl is beautiful, and does not look like she goes out bruising for cake.
    Happy birthday.

    Comment by Ann oDyne — October 22, 2009 @ 4:07 pm
  3. P-bro, yes – food is good.

    Ann, I may have to make the hyperlinks look more obvious because I’m not sure if people know to click on the link and hear that great spoken word piece by Todd colby, *cake*.<- click it.

    Yeah, cuisine in SKorea takes after america unfortunately. But lamb is rare here, so I’m really happy to get some lamb now and then.

    Comment by YS — October 22, 2009 @ 6:56 pm
  4. I love cake too! Maybe more than you!

    Comment by Todd Colby — November 4, 2009 @ 11:43 pm
  5. Wow. Todd Colby commenting on my blog! Wow.

    Comment by YS — November 5, 2009 @ 11:55 am

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