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5 Cool Things by Nhem Piseth

5 Cool Things by Nhem Piseth


iTunes
This is one of the easiest ways to organise your music and videos. iTunes is a music player software and once you have it, you won’t use anything else. You can keep all your songs and videos in an iTunes library and whenever you want to listen to a song, you just launch iTunes and it plays. With iTunes, you can create playlists in just a few clicks. Also, you can download podcasts and audio books for free. There are many educational podcasts available and they are updated every week. If you own Apple gadgets, you will know how useful iTunes is to sync and organise all your content.


Waffles
I feel hungry whenever I think of waffles. It is a kind of cake. It is flat and round with patterns on both sides. Sometimes it is made in other shapes like hearts or stars. To add more taste, it can be eaten with ice-cream, chocolate or honey. But for me, it tastes best with coffee. You can buy it at almost every coffee shop around town. It is very delicious. Once you try it, you will want to eat it again.


GSMArena.com
Do you want to keep yourself updated with the latest gadget news and reviews? From mobile phones to cameras and tablets, you do not need to visit multiple websites. With this website, you will get the latest technology news. Their reports are accurate and professional. What makes this website so popular is the reviews. For example, if you want to buy a new mobile phone, you can read a review on that phone on this site. You will feel like you are holding the device in your hands and looking at it with your own eyes. There are also user opinions so you can also know how other users feel about a product. It can help you decide which one is the right one for you.


Rechargeable Batteries
Admit it – global warming is a big issue. With every bit of waste you throw away, it will sooner or later affect the environment. Why don’t we recycle? Batteries thrown away are very dangerous and harmful. They pollute the soil and the air in the long term. It is time we used rechargeable batteries more. We can save natural resources and at the same time, we can reduce pollution. They cost a bit more, but if you think of the environment, it is definitely worth it. Again, with every bit of waste you recycle, it does help our planet.


Breath Spray
Do you like chewing gum to make your breath smell fresh, but feel it is too sweet or you are too lazy to chew? Or you feel that other people look at you and think you are rude? Then a mouth spray is a better choice. Whenever you do not feel confident with your breath, all you need to do is to spray it into your mouth and you will feel fresh instantly. It is very convenient because you can take it anywhere with you. It is also very effective and can last for a long time. Believe me, people will like to talk to you more.

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