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Registered: December 2009
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September 14, 2011 5:45am

"If you scratch my back, I'll scratch yours!" ..... those bamboo sticks at the bottom right of this pic. are created to abolish this practice. Smile This creation is uniquely Asian!


Those feather dusters hanging on the pole at the top right of this pic. are invented for dusting. But feather duster can be used for another purpose. Just ask any Malaysian kid who was born before the noughties, he or she would be able to tell you that feather duster is often used by our elders for threatening. If it's time for you to be at the study table but you still prefer to stay glued to the TV. You may do so - until and unless you hear sound of feather duster hitting hard on any table! Smile For me, I always worked one step ahead ..... I hid those "threatening" stuff in the dustbin. It's proven that dustbin is the safest place because many of our house's feather duster replacements "stayed" in the dustbin without anyone ever noticed them! Ka ka ka



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