Let me tell you first hoof, this isn’t word play or a pun. That’s what the place is called—stuff’d—mexican. turkish. delicious. (their tagline). And as you can see below, I’ve got mooseself a kebab with a message.
The first bite? Nothing too special. But as I kept chomping my way down that chicken kebab, it got damn delicious very quickly! The chicken was good, veggies were nice (even that tomato, and I don’t normally like eating tomatoes), the mayo… YUM!
Apart from kebabs, they’ve got tacos, burritos, quesadillas and such. You can choose whether you want chicken or beef, different types of sauces and veggies, etc.
VERDICT: I’m coming back there for more! And you should too!
Note: I’ve bought this at the newly opened stuff’d outlet at NU Sentral (or KL Sentral, or the bridge in between those two, whatever you wanna call it!), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
What’s an ordinary weekday evening without a little mooseventure?
The Moose came home with no incidents, with some tasty nomz in his hooves. He took off his shoes, bag and was in the process of taking his top off when something unmoosepected happened…
Suddenly, something flew off of his shoulder and buzzed away into the living room.
What the Holy Fur?
So there it was… some strange big bug in his living room.
How did it get on his clothes? Or worse… was it UNDER his clothes? And it came home with the Moose???
The flying bug could not be identified, but it looked a lot like a huge fly.
Surely, the bug had to be disposed of. But once the Moose was ready to proceed with his mission, the bug disappeared.
Fortunately, the bug made its presence known soon enough and the Moose managed to secure his target in… a Pringles box.
The Moose contemplated whether he should just leave the bug inside the chips box (no, not crisps, we’re not in the UK here) and let it die or just kill it…
Finally, he just let the bug go outside. It may have been a vicious spy out to get the Moose, but oh well… it deserved to live.
But the mooseventures did not end there!
The Moose decided to take on a moist vanilla cake after his dinner while watching none other but the documentary about the life of a 600-pound woman on YouTube.
Exactly what you should be watching when you eat!
It wasn’t a big cake, and when it was close to being eaten, the tin decided to tip over and send a bunch of crumbs flying on the Moose’s phone and the floor.
Now if only he could take a picture of his phone with… his phone? Ok…
Surprisingly, it was easy enough to clean the mess up.
Probably got some crumbs left hiding away that will turn up during cleaning anymoose…
Finally, several documentaries later, the Moose decided it was time to shower. It was almoose time for bed too!
The shower isn’t normally much of a mooseventure worthy of telling tales about, but that naughty Palmolive soap wasn’t having it!
It attempted to escape twice!
There was only room for one pardon this moosevening. Sorry, soap!
And yep… this is all a real story. Just ask the bug!
Something new appeared on the shelves at the nearby supermarket. I love chocolate so I had to buy that. Not to mention Cadbury is one of the best chocolate you can get around here that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, and doesn’t taste like skunk fart.
The shape looks kind of like a cloud. Or bubbles. That’s why it’s ‘Bubbly’, get it? It’s also nicely wrapped in some shiny paper thingy and some white regular paper thingy. One of which you can see in the image above.
And inside, it’s bubbles once more. Bubbly inside and out. It’s also heavier than any other chocolate I’ve tried of this type. And really chocolatey. What more can you ask for? Well, I could think of a list, but you get the point!
VERDICT: Tasty nomz you should definitely buy!
Note: I bought this at Village Grocer, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Day 2 Of The Water Apocalypse
Another day has dawned. Surely there might be some issues with water now. A lot of people must be using it in the building. Except there weren’t any issues. The water was running just fine. That’s a good thing, right?
At work, the Moose also moosepected some issues. There are plenty of people in that building. But, just like at home, the water supply was still normal.
Moosehaps today things will still be okay and the issues will come later. Maybe those water tanks are just damn huge. The Moose was still prepared with all the buckets and pots. After all, they said this would last 3 days.
The day was just like any other day. Work and stuff. Somewhere near the end of office hours an announcement popped up.
It was over.
The Water Apocalypse has ended. And it wasn’t anything the Moose had moosepected. In fact, there was no water apocalypse at all. Not for the Moose at least.
It rained that evening.
The Moose saw the rain drops hit the ground and glitter in the city lights. And what do you know?
The cars have stopped at the intersection, making it easy for the Moose to cross the road.
What sorcery is this?
Oh! The traffic light was finally working again.
Day 1 Of The Water Apocalypse
Several snooze button slaps later, the Moose managed to roll out of bed and get ready for work. The water was still running as usual, just as moosepected.
The Moose was soon on his way to work. The day started fine and most of it went well, except for the increased heat throughout the building for water saving purposes (turning down the AC). And lunch time.
There were no plates provided at the food basement, which the Moose loves to frequent for the tasty nomz they sell down there.
No shady business, just nomz! Really tasty nomz.
Instead, everyone was given food containers that are meant for one-time use and can be just thrown away.
When evening came, the Moose was looking forward to getting some tasty nomz for dinner. He wasn’t planning to cook and bother with dishes in these dire times!
His trip home, however, was filled with strange events. The train was stopping longer and moving much slower than usual. And the last station was way closer than normal.
Nobody explained why or what was going on, but that wasn’t a big problem for the Moose as he was getting off just a couple of stations away.
Once off, he passed by a bathroom that was taped shut with red tape and signs of no entry.
The Moose wondered what the hell happened there, but concluded that moosehaps shit went down (or not) due to the water disruption.
And while the announcements of train delays were ringing through the speakers, it was sending a pre-apocalyptic vibe indeed.
That’s how most zombie movies start anymoose.
The dinner went by without any strange incidents. It was delicious and plenty! In actual plates too!
Afterwards, the Moose wandered around the mall for a bit and, of course, bought something he absolutely did not need. It was very nice though, so that’s that.
It was time to head home and get on another train again. Everything seemed normal with this one, until it arrived and stopped suddenly. The door stayed shut.
Soon it moved again. With the other passengers still inside and leaving the Moose and the rest of the public standing there like WTF?
Guess those people didn’t need to go wherever they were going anymoose.
Another completely empty train arrived, and to everyone’s disappointment, it went by without stopping. Another 5-minute wait right there!
Finally, the Moose was on the next train home. But he was not taking any chances and was ready to grab onto something any second!
The last thing he wanted was to be flying across the train with his hooves in the air. Anything was possible at this point!
Fortunately, all went well and the Moose safely reached his destination. And the best part? The water was still running normally at home!
Bless those mooseterious water tanks somewhere in the building that allow for such miracles to happen.
But screw whoever lives above the Moose! Stomping like some giant fat skunk all the time.
Anymoose… The Mooseventures continue.
As the 2nd day of The Water Apocalypse approached… the Moose was ready. With all the pots and buckets filled up.
Water Apocalypse Eve
It was less than two days since a troubling announcement reached the Moose’s eyes. So once work was over, he rushed home to prepare for what he would learn to know as… The Water Apocalypse.
On the way home, the Moose was almoose sent flying when the train stopped abruptly. An apology echoed through the speakers, but nothing else was explained. The train started moving again shortly after and the Moose eventually reached his apartment without any further incidents. Of course, he stopped by the supermarket to grab some tasty nomz and drinking water before that.
After a filling dinner and a delicious donut for dessert, the Moose fired up a movie on Mooseflix and began to wash the dishes. He’ll need all the empty pots so he can fill it up with water. He’ll need lots of water! But not before he dramatically superzoomed the giant popcorn bag on his kitchen bar counter and posted it on his Moosetagram stories.
Like 10 buckets, pots, jars, etc. later, the Moose was ready to face the treacherous events of the days to come. He went to sleep late that night, but nevertheless, without a worry in his moosey mind.
Sweet Mooseymares, Mr. Moose!
Remember that ball that was never found? Bet you don’t because that was like last year or whatever. Ok, this year, but still.
The Moose tried to find it using the flashlight on his phone several times before he gave up.
Something told him that the missing ball would turn up eventually. And what do you know?
Nearly two weeks later after losing it, he noticed something shiny in a rather obvious and open space. It was the ball!
Right there. Unobstructed. And, of course, in a place where the Moose didn’t moosepect for it to have fallen.
But yeah… there we have it! The moosetery of the missing ball is now solved!
Though he still has to pick it up… It’s been… days!
Okay… he’s doing it! *drum roll*
He’s picking it up! *dramatic moosic*
HE DID IT! *applause*