Shld hab seen de Japanese mommy ... she eesh de more natural beauty!
wah pretty pretty, makes me wana go snipe again
I din hab to snipe her ... I was in close almost all nai.
OOu...which reminds me, I still haben bathed yet! And I was soaked in foam!
But at least my kamela is naw super squaekieee klean!
Vannies rikes crocs
Yah hor! Beri kute!
I tot ish Loo Nar gawt snipe peek of a ravashingly sluttie XMM in crocs at Orchard Load der wan!
oou...grilled hand-made beef sausages n sauteed mushrooms weef blk pepper! YUMYUMYUM!
i only had a can of tuna and wholemeal bread
A whole can?
Wholemeal bread oh nomnomnom!
Anywayz Ro-Ro, donch worry! BEri soon eeu can hab a taste of de BEEF sausages!
Hogay I go rest naw. Later gawt a super tiring dae ahead ...
EEE! I about to go Vanniepanties log in ... sniff sniff ...
I'm very sad....
lost many good shots cos of my flash not firing!!!
All the best shots were with flash not firing and way too dark... gone case...
Suspect there's something wrong with my flash...
I just take several shots and the flash does not fire... then afte waiting very long then the flash could fire. Then after only one shot, the next shot cannot fire.... and it takes not few seconds but like minutes! I'm impatient so I turn the flash off... thinking maybe can help it recharge faster this way (cool bulb), when I turn on after many seconds, I can fire one shot, then the next shot cannot fire... after minutes, red light still not on...
What is going on? Is there something wrong??
The first time I took it out, it did not have this problem... shoot and shoot... until one point, it took a loooong time (~10 mins) before it could fire again. My friend told me Canon made it such that when the bulb reaches a certain temperature, the flash will automatically be deactivated and you cannot use it until it cools down to a certain temperature.
But in this case today, I just used it for several photos... 10+... then it kenna after every shot, must wait few minutes... Huh?!?!?
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