Everyone knows YAMU to be the website that goes on reviews anonymously and writes about their experiences on their site. It's also a site that does taste-offs and recipes or maybe even that place you go to when you need to know what events are happening in Colombo in the near future.
But, there's a side to the YAMU site that most of you aren't aware of, and that is the AHAMU section. An edge of the site that we too rarely visit is a literal den of extremities. Upon paying one of our once in a blue moon visits, we happened to notice how strange the section could possibly be.
Take this particular conversation as an example. To the point and with as little small talk as possible, you both get what you want without any of the awkward stuff that you're afraid of.
(Should we be worried?)
And neither is Ravi.
And through it all, if there's one thing we've realised after all this, it's that even if YAMU is known for our reviews and such, nothing (and we mean nothing) beats the content on the AHAMU section. Kudos to those of you who contribute to it!
A home-based venture that makes superb Maqlooba from a recipe older than three decades.
Countries that let you in without a fuss with your Lankan passport
we bring you this list to commemorate some of our favourite tea time snacks that aren't that sweet.
Gourmet CBP specializes in rich and decadent variations of the classic chocolate biscuit pudding.
Where to take your pet to brunch.