In Singapore, when I order Aglio Olio and ask for extra olive oil, the waiter will ask me, “you like mee goreng is it?”
For my non-Singaporean followers who can’t understand singlish, he just meant “you like eating fried noodles, do you?” (PS mee goreng is fried noodles). Or they will look at me like I have just asked them for petrol on my noodles.
Okay so I get really annoyed when someone asks me or look at me like that. The picture above, is aglio olio that I ate in Switzerland. It’s really oily and I LOVE IT.
I mean seriously, what’s the big hoo hah when I ask for more olive oil in SG? I love my noodles oily, everyone has their preference.
Singaporeans. I am one too, but I am utterly disgusted by how the other fellow SG-eans act and all. I can’t wait to migrate to some country that’s more pleasant, helpful, cool and awesome than SG.