What if Tin Pei Ling and Nicole Seah were sushi?
April 25, 2011 at 9:35 pm
Election fever has gripped Singapore, and the candidates getting the most attention are Tin Pei Ling from the People’s Action Party and Nicole Seah from the National Solidarity Party.
I don’t know about you, but whenever I meet someone new, I wonder what they would be like if they were a sushi roll.
I gathered available information about the two candidates and then gave my interpretation to the sushi chefs for them to create an actual roll. Isn’t it convenient to own a Japanese restaurant?
Tin Pei Ling roll
Nicole Seah roll
If you want to find out how these rolls taste; they’re available from now through May 7 at Standing Sushi Bar 8QSAM for 10 SGD each!
COMMENT CONTEST – submit your interpretation for how the above sushi rolls are like their namesake or come up with your own description of a Tin Pei Ling / Nicole Seah sushi roll! Best comment (as judged by me) posted by May 7 wins a 25 SGD voucher to Standing Sushi Bar (be sure to leave your e-mail address for contact)
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