This was my last outing before going back to school. My parents don't like IKEA so I've only been to IKEA once before in my whole entire life -.-'' My friend KC has never been either so we spent our day there. There's a reason why IKEA has their own food place and cafe! If you are looking for something in particular to purchase, you'll need an entire day there!
We ate first, of course. KC's meal with coffee. I was telling her that you'll never find one of those drink refill machines in China because people will go crazy and companies will go bankrupt as a result (i.e instead of one drink per person in the family, they only buy one drink, share it, and keep refilling it).
I opted for something healthy? And that's not water, it's Sprite without fizz =( Boo! I really liked the salmon but didn't touch the broccoli and peas lol.
We were intrigued by these solar powered table lamps. Unfortunately, none of them worked! I tried to put the panel under another table lamp to power it up but it was still a fail I think. And see how the light "bulb" is extremely tiny? That's not gonna light up anything!
By the time we got to the warehouse part of IKEA, I was so tired from lugging around stuff that I needed a cart to just put everything in. These carts are so difficult to maneuver -.-"
Okay, this tasted like 70% ice cream and 30% frozen yogurt. Damn IKEA, I wouldn't call this frozen yogurt! It was only $1 though. Yum.
I wasn't there to look for furniture, it was more like "I wonder what gems I'll find at IKEA" kind of thing. My favourite candle scent is fresh linen, smells just like laundry out of the dryer which is very orgasmic ahaha!!! But the one IKEA has is bigger than my head and I just wanted mini ones. I purchased vanilla and berries, and a little holder to go with it.
IKEA meant kids are the most important people in the world. Please, kids don't need to have that kind of mindset yet. Anyone agree?