5 Cool things by Cheng Bunlong

5 Cool things by Cheng Bunlong


Wet tissues
EVERYONE likes tissues; we use them to make ourselves clean and comfortable. But a simple tissue isn’t enough, because it can’t remove dust, dirt and bad smells from your body. Wet tissues contain a little water, making them soft, and a  fragrant odour that can cover up bad smells. Wet tissues also come in small packets that we can carry with us all the time. The price of wet tissues is reasonable, too, so everyone can afford them. They’re sold in markets, supermarkets and mini-marts, so they’re easy to find​and they make us feel comfortable.

Plants vs. Zombies
DO you feel bored after studying or working? If so, let me tell you about a game that will make you feel happy and relieve your stress. It’s called Plants vs. Zombies, and it’s extremely popular among people of all ages.  Youngsters and the older generation alike enjoy playing it. The name of this game gives an indication of how it is played. You must plant many kinds of flowers and trees to fight off the zombies and protect your home from them. This game contains a lot of levels, so you never get bored with it. And it’s a great  way to fill in time.

A glass of milk

NOWADAYS, people pay a lot of attention to their health. They care about what they eat and drink every day, and they prefer foods and liquids that will benefit their health. So let’s talk about one special drink. As I have discovered, drinking milk brings a lot of benefits. Milk contains many  proteins and vitamins that  boost your overall health and help to fight off disease. And, if you’re a student, milk actually helps your brain to work well. Just try a glass of fresh milk every day, and you’ll see how healthy you become. Why not start right now?

Family photo album
I’M sure you love your family very much. You want to live with one another for ever and don’t want to be separated, even for short periods – but that simply isn’t possible. Because you have lived together, however, you will have many unforgettable memories of happy times, exciting times and sad times. A family photo album is the ideal way of preserving those memories. It’s a unique way of reminding you of what you have done since you were young. As you turn the pages of your family photo album, you’ll be happy. You’ll kick off your sadness, because you can see how different you are now. Let’s all put our photos in an album and cherish those precious memories.

Gloves

MANY people have never thought about the importance of gloves. In fact, gloves are really useful for everyone, male or female. As we can see in hot weather, gloves are used to protect our skin from the heat of the sun. Doctors say we will suffer skin cancer in the future if we walk around or ride a motorcycle under the heat of the sun every day for long periods. And let’s not forget about cold weather; gloves also help people in cool climates to keep warm. So, by spending a small amount of money on a pair of gloves, we can gain a lot of benefit.

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