James and the average-sized, ludicrously expensive, Peach.

We realise that our obsession with groceries and supermarkets might make us seem a bit… limited… in our ex-pat activities.  “Don’t they have LIVES?!” you may ask. Which is reasonable. Believe us however when we tell you that grocery-shopping comprises about 60% of the average Singaporean Expat’s energy, and at least 80% of our daily thought processes.  (The remaining energy and thought is dedicated to getting lost and complaining about being too hot.)  We accept that our groceries-obsession is not something to be proud of, but when filling your fridge necessitates visits to multiple shops, every day, and when your choices are NO FRUIT or FRUIT PRICED AS IF IT HAS BEEN RIPENED BY THE WARM BREATH OF A UNICORN, then the preoccupation starts to make sense.  Maybe.

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