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Hunger Management: Charcoal bread for a spooky effect

Hunger Management: Charcoal bread for a spooky effect

24/10/2020 8:12:00 AM

Hunger Management: Charcoal bread for a spooky effect

SINGAPORE - Strange things happen when we go into hibernation. Left to our own devices, we find ways to amuse ourselves.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

I cannot tell you how rewarding the circuit breaker period was for me. I am certain all introverts feel the same way. We could be antisocial without anybody asking uncomfortable questions. Say No to invitations because, well, there were no invitations. Having drinks with friends over Zoom was fun, possibly because we were all in our own homes and sort of at arm's length.

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