Where did it come from ?

September 20, 2007 at 9:57 am | Posted in Memories | 6 Comments

Today at lunch time , one collegue found an insect in the food. We all had a good time , wondering where it came from (if that was a Company property or Vendor’s) , pitying the quality of food and discussing ways to complain (some of us took pictures of the bug ..thanks to mobile cameras :P).

This incident reminds me of an old incident. While on vacation to my Tauji’s place, I went to have a glass of water in a summer afternoon.I took a fresh empty glass (IT WAS EMPTY) and took water from the water dispenser (which had a tap). And as i drank the water I saw in the glass…eeeeeeeeeeeek…the glass fell down of my hands , I jumped at my place and I felt pukish. There was a small lizard in the glass ..yuck! Still can’t believe it , that it fell down in the glass from the roof while I was drinking and I did not realize. Then where did it come from ? There is no other logical explanation.

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  1. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeksssssssssssss!

  2. yikes! My friend once found a cockroach in her food at a chinese buffet. Since then we never eat at Chinese buffets. The are the most unhealthy places to eat in America.
    BTW , you are tagged!

  3. Oops! I’m sorry i meant to say that I just completed the tag that you gave me. Dint mean to say ‘you are tagged’.

  4. EEKS… Lizard in water.. I better watch out when i drink water

  5. Yikes!! That must have been creepy!!

  6. Yuck…. that is definitely shudder worthy.


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