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Subject:Singapore Trip: The Drinks.
Time:02:12 am



We were at this bar that had wheelchairs instead of chairs, and I started practicing wheelies on mine. When I thought I'd perfected the maneuver, I asked a friend to take a pic. You can see the look of terror in my eyes right before I fall on my dumb ass.



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Here's a group pic before heading out to our last party in Singapore. The two guys on the right are Adrian and Collin, who won The Amazing Race Asia earlier this year. Adrian's actually got a hearing disability, and this is how I learned that you can learn sign language in different languages. Another thing I learned is that to make up for the absence of sound, deaf people communicate mostly by smell.



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This is one of the more surreal nights I've had this year. Picture a large nightclub dance floor packed with hundreds of people executing synchronized interpretive dance moves to Hanson and Chumbawamba. Welcome to Mambo Jambo at Zouk. That small pyramid in the middle of the dance floor was covered by presumably gay dudes who seemed to be the ones leading everybody with the dance moves for songs ranging from "Like A Prayer" to "Dancing Queen." I dubbed it Mount Gay.



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Alcohol in Singapore has got to be the most overpriced in the world. So you can imagine my delight when Erika (the girl in purple) was generous enough to buy us a bottle of Goose. That's until she began ordering me and Paul to slam entire cups of vodka for her amusement. This would eventually lead to photos like this ...



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