1. Skullcandy Lowrider Headphones
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2. Swatch Just Enjoy Watch
3. 2014 Typo Planner
4. Converse All Stars Skulls Shoes
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5. Canon PowerShot N
I've been in super need of a good simple camera. I stumbled on the Canon PowerShot N and thought it was the cutest thing ever. First of, it's small and compact that it's slightly smaller than my Note 2 and can fit in one hand. Plus, it has a built in WiFi which makes sharing of photos on social networking sites so much easier. The touchscreen can also be flipped so as to take photos at better angles. This is really convenient, allowing to take better quality pictures when I attend events or travel. Instead, of using my phone which looks so unprofessional. And the carrying case is just so pretty. Now I can snap photos with some style. At $399, it's reasonable enough.
Well, that sums up my top 5. If I were to list everything, it'll take forever. Afterall, we humans have unlimited wants but limited resources. Everytime, I walk past a mall or a shop, I often have this urge of buying something. Sometimes, I end up pondering over it at home and eventually, head back to the shop to buy it after desperately looking through my savings.
|I'm sure everyone has had this moment at least once in their life.|
|What I've been doing to everyone recently especially my mum.|
But if it's something useless and takes up space like a plushie or something you should never get a friend like a piggybank or a tissue box, I will- no, I PROMISE I will throw it away or dump it under my bed or in the storeroom, never to be seen again. Sure, you'll probably say, "It's the thought that counts right?". So let me tell you the truth about this statement. It's only ever used when someone gets you a gift, just for the sake of giving one and actually DOESN'T put much thought into it. This is just a polite way of saying " I don't really like your gift but I'll just give you the benefit of doubt that you just simply suck at gifts and kindly accept it since you already spent money on it." Okay, maybe I exaggerated a little but you get the point. I too had my fair share of terrible gifts but of course, another statement comes in mind, "It's better than nothing".
Truth is, if you don't know what to get as a present, a simple treat or day out is enough to make someone smile because I mean, who doesn't love free food or a free movie? haha. Personally, I feel free food & a day out beats a present anytime. Of course, if you have both, that's even better! Last year was a bit of a disappointing birthday for me because I actually planned my own birthday outing which is so dumb. And some even said that it was just sad. This time, I'm not gonna do anything. I just want a nice meal and a simple day out like ice-skating or shopping.
Back to computing coursework now. Ja-ne!