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Birthday Wishes From Friends

I would like to thank all my friends & colleagues for the birthday wishes on Facebook & Whatsapp. I feel so loved. =)

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Not forgetting the birthday whatsapp messages from Jessie, Yvonne, Grace, Jonathan, Evelyn, Cynthia, Jazlyn, Chairman Lawerence, Shu Fang, Wendy, Jue Liang, Shareen.

I really appreciate the gifts that I received this year, especially the cake done by Andrina for me and Alex.

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Some interesting gifts that I received this year include

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Man U t-shirt that is only available in HK. Thanks to Cynthia for helping me to get this, despite knowing me in such a short time.

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A tie from Sharon, I thought she wants to tie me down. Let’s hope her boyfriend is not jealous by this !!!

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A bottle of red wine from Allan

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A wallet, a coin pouch, a name card holder from Evelyn, Yong Jie, Ann, Raymond, Jonathan, Liang , Estella, Liang , Alex & Mandy. This also marks the 1st time that I had taken an entourage just to get my present for myself !!!

Once again, thanks guys.

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