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Published on July 15th, 2007 | by Jules Yap


roo rules

hey there, i’m back.

sorry for not being posting much the last week or so. some places we went to didn’t have internet connection or the terminal was down or i was just too shagged (oops!) tired (most of the time) to post anything.

many of your comments were also held up pending my verification. they are released now. thanks for your patience, i should be back on track this week.

the last 14 days were a good lesson on how to manage my blog when on holiday. anyways, work, blogging and all those niggling things aside, i had an amazing time in aust.

the big rock was surreal. watching it ‘come alive’ with the rising sun is some thing everybody should do at least once in their lifetime. very humbling.

may post some photos later on, once i sort out my emails, work and my almost ‘starved-to-death-guppies’.

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a cheap temporary ‘sofa’
inspiration: moritz’s red and white studio

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Jules Yap

"I am Jules, the engine behind IKEAHackers and the one who keeps this site up and running. My mission is to capture all the wonderful, inspiring, clever hacks and ideas for our much loved IKEA items".

2 Responses to roo rules

  1. Zan says:

    here in Oz the term “shag”, or “shagged”, generally refers to the horizontal lambada. So when you say you are “too shagged… to post” most aussies will take that to mean one thing and one thing only. Hope you haven’t been throwing that expression around with the locals. lol. Hope you had a great time here :-)

  2. Jules says:

    shoot! no wonder my tour leader gave me the raised eyebrow when i said that. he must have been wondering what i was doing behind those bushes all the time. lol. i learn some thing new everyday.

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