It is only me or have you also noticed that some people don’t wash their hands after they come out of toilet cubical. I am not sure of the reason but I feel that is really unhygienic and disgusting.
I normally notice that in public toilets and at work as well. Someone comes out of the cubical and go straight off to the door. Then there are some people who just run their hands through some running water after going to the loo. Seriously, how can that be OK considering what you’ve just been touching with your fingers in the cubicle.
All it takes is few minutes of your time to wash your hands with soap and warm water and then dry them properly and that is all. Imagine what you normally do with your hands after going to loo. Use the computer, drive, eat, drink and basically these people are spreading bacteria and germs everywhere.
Have you seen someone not washing their hands after loo? What is your opinion?
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A friend of mine was complaining that he hid some cash a few week s ago in his house and now he can’t remember where he hid it. He thought carrying around lots of money was unsafe so he decided to hide what he was carrying and now he has lost $500.
I am sure he will find it one day but it has been 3 weeks. More than once I have hidden something carefully and I cannot for the life of me recall where I put it. Normally it will be something valuable like a piece of jewellery or camera or something similar.
The other day a button from my jacket came out. It was a unique button so I decided to keep it safe as I knew that if I lose it, I may not find another one like it. Yesterday, I wanted to fix the button but I can’t remember where I put it. I looked everywhere I could think of but I hid it so well that I can’t find it.
Normally if we are going away for a holiday, I think I should hide my valuables in weird places so no one will look for it even if we are broken into. I do that happily thinking I am so careful. Then we go on holiday, have a good time and come back home.
Then one day, my husband will need some of the things I have hidden. He will come and ask me where I have put that and I have to think so hard and look at least 10 different places to locate item. Thank god, I found all of them eventually but you have to see his reaction in the meantime :).
I also realise that things seem to appear in the same spot where I have already looked. This happens to me so often. Normally I find things in a drawer/ cupboard I had looked in probably 50 times.
These days for valuable stuffs, I tell AS where I have hidden it so if I forget, he will remember. But it has happened that both of us have forgotten and we have to search for it for quite a while before we find it.
Have you ever hidden something so well that you couldn’t find it again? Do share your story here.
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Last weekend, we had a long weekend as it was Labour Day on Monday. There is so much happening in Sydney right now that we had busy weekend. I am so tired now but glad I managed to do so much. Here are some of the photos from the weekend.
On Saturday, it was the start of Dashain, our biggest festival (for details click here). So in the morning I had to plant my Jamara to start the festival. To learn how to plant your own Jamara, please click here.
Around 10am, we headed to Wattamolla Beach to enjoy picnic with family and friends. Wattamolla Beach is located within the Royal National Park and have nice beach perfect to go with family. It was awesome sunny day and we had heaps of fun in water.
On Sunday, we went to Helensburgh temple (details here) as it is Dashain now and it seemed like a great idea.. We went there with some of our friends and his family. As always, we had breakfast there, yummy vegetarian South Indian dishes.
From there we drove for over an hour and was in Parramatta, enjoying Parramasala (details here). Like every year, it was fun with lots of food and music.
On Monday, we went and saw the war ship at International Fleet Review. The review is a celebration marking 100 years since the Royal Australian Navy fleet first entered Sydney Harbour. It was worth the visit as we got to see so many navy ship from many different countries.
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We were watching the show at the festival on the weekend.
Me: God that women is multi-talented, she can sing and dance. And look at the man, he can play guitar and harmonium.They are so cool.
AS: I am multi-talented too.
AS :I can watch her sing and dance and enjoy him playing guitar and harmonium at the same time 🙂 🙂 🙂
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