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To buy or not to buy?

Should self

  1. be a romantic materialist and start a colourful relationship with a new colour handphone? (Yes, am still using that black-and-white kind, whatever you call it, geriatric of a handphone. Previous attempts at saving for a new handphone will always be inadvertently spent while fulfilling mandatory attendance to an MNG sale or answering an unexpected calling of a pair of heart-tugging shoes / earrings.)
  2. be a mind-numbing practicalist and purchase a long-needed pair of spectacles? Have neglected changing spectacles with the recommended frequency of a World Cup as am wearing contact lenses. Current decaying pair of frames was last bought when was a mere babe of 14 years old; lenses was last change when was a larger babe of 17 years old. And would celebrate 21st in a matter of months! Meaning spectacle frames would be 7 years old! 84 months! 2,520 days! 60,480 hours! Talk about getting your money’s worth!! (Or what an incurable shopaholic you are that you cannot even set money aside for a necessity without being lured to purchase temporary satisfaction from fashion.)
  3. be a tightfisted, penny-pinching miser and just dump all the money in the bank? After all can always withdraw money if really cannot tahan. But the typical trait of a money-stasher is that you cannot bear taking out what you’ve already putten in. Yes, putten. Am hiding under the roof of literary license. (Just paid D RM60 to renew driving license… aaahh, the reluctance!)

Or maybe should buy more underwear. You can never have too many underwear.

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Yesterday while counting ang pow collection, notice this really simple, striking dark gold-coloured packet. Hmm, wonder what bank is it from.
In brighter gold, the initials LV.

Louis Vuitton ang pow!

…!!

21/2 Yay! Am a romantic materialist – just have got self Nokia 6030. Very minimal functions but so what? It’s colour. Obviously am a n00b and a simpleton in all things techie.

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