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5 Cool things by Leng Len

5 Cool things by Leng Len



Laugh Contest

Do you like laughing?  If you’re good at laughing, come and laugh with me in a laugh contest!  It helps relieve stress, improves your health, and is a whole lot of fun.  Laughter is infectious, and participating in a laughing context will have your friends in stitches.  The more you laugh, the more you can throw your worries away.  Forget about homework, assignments and other crises that plague your everyday life.  Find some time to laugh with your friends, your family or your loved one.  You’ll get closer to fellow context participants, and potentially discover a new talent.  Let’s laugh!



Playing Petanque

Pétanque is a game played throughout the world. It is a sport suitable for all ages and both sexes.  It is a game that transcends class, a game that can be played wherever a reasonable surface can be found or created. The game is normally played on hard dirt or gravel, but can also be played on grass, sand and other surfaces.  You’ll need several metal balls, each weighing between 400 and 500 grams.  The object is to hit the target, so practise your shooting.  Like any game, pétanque has developed its own vocabulary.  For example, when one team beats another 13 to 0, you shout “Fanny!”  If you’ve never played the game, try it out.  OK!  Now you can spend your days relaxing with friends and family, shooting some,pétanque.



Kitchen redecoration

Many people love changing their bedrooms around from time to time, but few do so with their kitchens.  I like to change the way my kitchen looks according to my style, the way I dress, use, and think of things.  A redecorated kitchen feels fresher and more convenient.  Usually I’ll replace things, sweep out cobwebs, move cupboards, clean the refrigerator, and put up colorful pictures of fruits and vegetables.  The new design comforts me a lot.  It’s like getting a new kitchen instead of eating in the old one.  I enjoy eating meals so much!!! If you want to eat more, redecorate your kitchen now!!!



Listening to Radio Talk Shows

You probably enjoy listening to song request programs rather than talk shows.  Personally, I prefer listening to radio talk shows during the week.  And not just listening.  Sometimes I call in to offer relevant ideas and comments, and to discuss the issue at hand.  There are many engaging, and often challenging, topics discussed every week, and I gain a lot of knowledge listening to them.  The shows also help me understand the lives of Cambodian youth today.  I also learn things from the comments and experiences of other callers, especially prominent guest speakers.  Learning happens everywhere, both inside and outside the classroom, so listening to talk radio can be a good way to supplement and gain perspective on the stuff you’re taught in school.  You can also get help solving you own problems by calling in and asking for advice.  Keep your radio tuned to the proper channel, and do some housework while you listen to talk radio.

   
Watching Adventure Programs

Which TV programs do you most enjoy?  Personally, I love the thrill and bravado of adventure programs.  They let me travel across the globe and explore new things happening in foreign locales.  Watching these programs is fun, and you’ll quickly discover incredible events!  Lush jungles, cascading waterfalls, the intensity of climbing a mountain or fording a river.  They offer a variety of exciting outdoor experiences so that teenagers can develop a lifelong vicarious love for the outdoors.  Watching adventure programs takes me outside my home to cool places across the world.  So come on!  Spend your weekend in front of adventure TV programs now.

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