Archive for May, 2012


Fluffy has to cook a meal for friends (including the Playboy).  This came to be because Fluffy rashly promised to cook when the Fluffy’s guardian put in a state of the art kitchen when renovating Fluffy’s flat in the Tower Block.  Of course, when the Playboy comments that the beautiful kitchen was wasted on Fluffy (which is true, but who wants to admit that?), Fluffy invites everyone for a home cooked meal.  At Fluffy’s place, cooked by Fluffy!  *insert head banging here*  Oh when will Fluffy learn not to be rash?

In case anyone is wondering, other than a failed gourmet cooking class way back when Fluffy was fourteen, Fluffy has managed to survive without doing any cooking mainly by eating meals outside.  Fluffy can cook breakfast food.  That is Fluffy’s full cooking repertoire.

Fluffy is determined to serve a wholesome meal!  What could be better than nursery food, right? Right? *insert heavy sigh here*  A hundred years ago, when Fluffy was still in the nursery, Fluffy’s favourite food was Toad-in-the-Hole.  Yes, Fluffy loves sausages.

The Playboy ‘s favourite sausage food was Bangers and Mash, or so Fluffy was informed by the Playboy’s mum.  Fluffy has gotten her hands on some yummy sausages from the gourmet butcher, that is the reason for the all sausage meal plan.

Yay!  Not a total fail!  Well… the food came out right, at least.  The Playboy’s comment?  Leave the cooking to those who love to cook.

Fluffy is thinking of converting the kitchen into an extended library instead.

A Fluffy Blonde

P.S:  Fluffy thinks this kitchen is more suitable…

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Fifty Shades of Grey

The book “Fifty Shades of Grey” has been on the best seller list for a bit.  Fluffy downloaded the e-book and later on the audiobook.  Fluffy did not tell anyone about it (afraid they’d want to borrow the lot *cringe*).  Of the entire Fifty Shades Trilogy, Fluffy likes the first one, “Fifty Shades of Grey” because it was quite humourous.  The other two books, not so much.  In fact, the story lines are quite dark – not humorous at all.

One fine day, someone asked Fluffy about the books.  Fluffy gives honest opinion, and of course… does her research on Wikipedia.  Huh?  The entire series started as a fan fiction on a Twilight fan site?  Edward Cullen and Bella Swan instead of Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele.  Fluffy is crushed.  Admittedly, Fluffy is a Twilight fan (the books but not so much the movies other than Taylor Lautner‘s high drool ability level).Fluffy imagines the Playboy as Christian Grey *hehehe* sans the pain toys and stuff.  At this point, Fluffy wonders if the Playboy plays like Christian Grey… hmmm… Fluffy does not have an Inner Goddess, maybe an M&M Spokescandy instead.

In the name of further research, Fluffy reads the book again (audiobook not recommended in this case), with the Twilight series in mind.  Similarities found, definitely.  Fluffy doesn’t care, Fluffy still likes “Fifty Shades of Grey”.