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5 Cool Things by Ty Samporvicheka

5 Cool Things by Ty Samporvicheka


 


Handbag
Why does that woman look so smart? Next time you ask yourself this question, check to see if she is carrying a handbag. There’s a high chance that she is. If you’re not carrying a handbag with you wherever you go you are making a mistake, because not only will you look more intelligent, you will come to know a whole new world of convenience. It is like having a free vending machine with you at all times; depending on what you carry and the contents of the vending machine in question. If you aren’t one of the many ladies who live life out of their handbag, perhaps you should try it out.


Matching love keychains
Christmas is coming and I imagine that some of you are still going crazy trying to find the perfect gift for your sweetheart. Whether you can’t stop thinking about it or it hasn’t crossed your mind, I am going to make a recommendation that any lover will love: matching love keychains. Take a second to think about your special someone holding a piece of you, or at least a symbol of your feelings, at all times. Now, go to a modern clothing shop or stall at the market and choose the design that reminds you of your lover. It will speak for you in those times when you can’t be there to speak for yourself.


Fake flowers
I have no idea how much you like decorating your house to make it more comfortable and inviting, but I suspect you are the type of person who just loves to come up with creative ideas for the interior of your house. Fake flowers, made with fabric, are without rival when it comes to making your living space look good. They are easy to change if you want; but, unlike real flowers which need to be replaced whether you like them or not, these decorations will stay beautiful as long as you desire their beauty. Better yet, you will spend less money on maintaining a gorgeous spring-time aesthetic. Are you ready to decorate your house with fake flowers? I am.


Bluetooth headphones
With busy lives and so many jobs to do, wireless headsets are one of those little changes that will make your life easier and more productive. Just put the Bluetooth headphones over your ears and you can listen to music while you move around or talk on the phone without having to hold anything in your hand. You can keep in touch with your business associates or friends while you take care of your work around the house or exercise. It will also make your in-transit conversations on the motor-bike or car much safer as you can still keep two hands on the wheel. Pick the right design, and you can add improved style to the list of reasons to buy a Bluetooth headset.


Television
It’s been a long day at work or a long week at school and you don’t want to do anything besides relaxing. Well, there is nothing better than some familiar TV programmes to keep you company while you lay back and let go of your stress. You can also continue your learning by using the tube to get news about current events and developments around the world. When you want to be entertained there is no shortage of programmes that will brighten your mood when you are bored or lonely. I love my TV. It is there for me the same way that I know your TV is there for you whenever you need it.

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