5 cool things by Lao Ly Rathana

5 cool things by Lao Ly Rathana

Couples' accessories
When you find the right girlfriend or boyfriend, you want to remember each other – and of course, show each other off.

That’s why tonnes of couples are opting for cute accessories they can both wear, such as rings, necklaces, and even T-shirts.

Feeling tempted when you’re out on the town by that cute chick who seems to always wedge her way in when you lease expect it?

 With a couple’s ring, you’ll remember the sweet scent of your girlfriend and say goodbye to temptation – this weekend at least! Symbolise your love with an accessory and show your lover how much he or she means to you.

Sugar-free gum
Feeling anxious about cavities and damaged teeth when you’re chewing away on sugary gum?

There’s no reason to be worried with that sticky mess anymore with the advent of sugar-free gum, now taking happy gum-chompers in the Kingdom by storm.

In fact, sugar-free gum is healthy for you – it cleans teeth and gets saliva flowing.

It’s great for an on-the-go clean to keep breath fresh, which your loved one will start to appreciate after a barrage of minty-fresh kisses.

Pick up a tasty pack today and gear up for whatever the weekend has in store!

Alarm clocks
I don’t know about you, but I just can’t wake up on time anymore – those days are long-gone. With the random and crazy nights lurking around the corner this weekend, it’s a Cambodian teen dream nowadays just to make it to class before noon.

But no problem, I’m telling you, friends: with the screeching beep of an alarm clock, getting out the door just when you need to is a piece of cake. What are you waiting for?

Swipe two bucks from your parents and get one, now!

Autodesk 3ds Max
We might all know and love the incredible 3D technology around us, but a lot of us definitely don’t know how it’s made.

Although many software programs are out there for 3D animation, Autodesk 3ds Max is widely used by publishers.

Now when you’re out catching a 3D movie or playing videogames with your friends this weekend, you’ll have a cool piece of knowledge to share about how it was made. Let your mates revel in jealousy of your well-read nature!

Instant hand Sanitiser
Be ready this weekend anywhere with a bottle of instant hand sanitiser.

Easy and quick to use, there’s no more need to worry about where you are and what you’re doing – even if you plan on getting messy.

Whether you’re spilled on out at the bar this Friday night or shove your hand in something sticky at the cinema this Saturday afternoon, you can pull out your bottle of hand sanitiser and rinse it clean off without having to mad-dash to the bathroom sink.

It’s a sleek way to keep yourself smooth this weekend, no matter how dirty you plan on getting.

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