These kids were so organised, they actually queued up for the food line in BATCHES. They politely informed us whenever anything was running low. Gave us no trouble at all. How sweet is that!
And they were all an average age of 19!
Joe Slug spent a good part of the evening endlessly slicing peaches. The hungry dragon-boaters gobbled up more than 600 of these babies!
Guess which was the first to go…
Anything with high-carb content of course. Potato wedges were the first to finish… then the Shepherd’s Pie… And of course, which hungry young person can resist Wasuga Wings…
Stove-top tomatoes. Didn’t rank too high on the popularity scale. Lesson learned. Just make more potato wedges next time! haha 😉
Lovingly layered: Yukon Mash, Chicken Bolognese, Penne Rigate, Chicken Bolognese again, Yukon Mash again, finally smother generously with Mozzarella.
At the end of the evening, Adrian (tall, dark, muscular, very handsome!) and the organising team came up to us, shook our hands, thanked us for our hard work and apologised if they were a little rowdy. To which we replied, No worries, we do this all the time!
Ngee Ann Poly Dragon Boat Team. We really enjoyed having you at The Garden Slug, all 74 of you. We hope you enjoyed your celebratory dinner, too. You’re the sweetest bunch of students we’ve come across, ever! 🙂
All the best for your future endeavours, and we hope to see you again soon.