Attention all camwhores, step right up! You’ll love what the Trick Eye Museum has to offer. No need to be shy here, pose to your hearts content, most likely the person standing next in line will be glad to copy your pose!
Without further a do, lets begin…
Spoken like a true ‘Ass Man’.
Paris Street; Rainy Day (or Paris: A Rainy Day) is a large 1877 oil painting by the French artist Gustave Caillebotte.
I kissed a girl and I liked it while we scared the pants off the boys.
What happens after the Queen orders, “Off with his head”? Its serve for dinner on a silver platter.
“Honey I shrunk… myself…”
Hangin with pandas. Hangin from a mammoth.
“Arrrggghhh, my sunglasses!”, re-enacting my expression when I dropped my Dior Sunglasses into the MRT gap.
We were swimming with killer whales when a big fish found me delicious.
Under the sea, under the sea…
*Sings down here all the fish is happy as off through the waves they roll. The fish on the land ain’t happy, they’re sad cuz they’re in their bowl. Ok, enough with the Little Mermaid songs…
Holding on to each other even if the world tries to tear us apart.
Look Ma, I’m floating!
Please don’t cut me in half…
How far can I go? Up to the sky maybe?
I’m obviously dreaming because I have big angel wings and I’m riding on a bicycle…
…while Shine was trying to ride on a horse…
Lighting another candle with the Little Match Girl (one of my favourite Christmas stories).
Trapped in a snowglobe, I broke free on a sleigh.
It turned into a magical broom that flew across fairytale land.
Hanging around Greek Gods, “Dude, have you seen my girlfriend?”.
Apparently, she was busy having tea…
And taking ballet lessons to dance in Swan Lake.
Remember kids, its never too late to reach for the stars. Good night.
Before I left, a soldier grabbed me by the foot, “Don’t leave us!”. Noooo…!
I hope you had fun reading the little skit I had put up for you, I certainly did. We visited the museum during the school holidays so it was jam packed in there and we gave some of the exhibits a miss. Recommended for families and couples for great photo keepsake and lots of fun.
Resorts World Sentosa, 26 Sentosa Gateway #01-43/44, Singapore (098138)
Prices: SGD $25 (Adults), SGD $20 (Child 4-12yrs, Senior 60yrs above)
Open Daily 10:00 – 21:00
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