In American English flake refers to both the cereal (cornflakes) and a person known for not committing to events (a flake). I flaked out usually means I should have gone to A, but decided to do B when B is usually staying at home watching Netflix without the chill
#Eatflake is a new restaurant in Al Nahyan camp literally next door to our old university housing accomodation! After #flakingout on superbly crunchy Mozzerella sticks, hash browns, and not one but TWO very yummy crunchy cornflake egg n cheese paratthas as well as a blackberry mojito - non-alcoholic of course as flake is not in a hotel - we went to visit our old place. Highly recommend the new #hiddengem
I cannot wait to bring T and M back to have cereal at a restaurant! My oldest who uses a spoon to drink milk out of a bowl #pouringandtransferring practice - will probably love it!
Had a magical afternoon immersed in @yusuke_vancouver #yayoikusama inspired mirror room! Still can't believe he created this space inside his own apartment! (Thank you @helananas for connecting us ✨) Art truly is the best therapy. #hiddengem#mirrorselfie#newcontemporary