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Pampering Myself With Unnecessities During MCO

CLICK AND CLICK...  and ended up buying stuff not really necessary for myself.  I think I will delete the shopping apps from my phone some fine day... meanwhile, since I cannot travel or go visiting, I will keep the apps for now.  LOL...  It helps kill time and make life more meaningful... for me!

And now.... these started to arrive since Monday.... don't laugh, eh.... 
Yes, these are for me... no kidding...
I was deprived from having these when I was young...'
I simply love reading them...
I used to borrow these Enid Blyton books from the school library
and sometimes I walked a distance away to borrow them and read... 
And now... I have the means to buy them!
LOL...
So I treat myself to whatever I can get from the online stores... 
Besides these few, I have gotten quite a bundle of others as well...
I wonder whether my future generation will like to read them.... LOL...
Next gadget is for the kitchen....
Since I use air fryer a lot nowadays, I bought this from Lazada...
Cost RM9.90 with free shipping...
This arrived a moment ago...
Pooh housecoat and a super size one!
Material is not bad....
Not only the front, Pooh is at the "back" as well...
Not bad... for RM5 something...
Free shipping as well... 
I think more orders are coming too...
Either later in the day or tomorrow!

Comments

  1. oh...those children story books which I read when I was in primary school....but I'm not too fond of these already now. Yea u can keep this for your grandkids after reading them, to train them reading from books instead of ipad/tablets.

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  2. Gosh!!! What is this pop=up blocking the comment box? O am now commenting IN this post INSIDE this pop-up. So complicated!

    Oh dear!!! Enid Blyton! I have stopped online shopping after I received the t-shirts I ordered, XXXL turned out to be XXXS. Never again!!!

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  3. Now o.k. already...after my comment got published!

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  4. Oh mama. I thought you should be reading romance from Barbara Cartland or Mills & Boon. My mother read hundreds of these books when she was alive where all the ladies were virgin brides and lived happily ever after.

    Shopping is a good therapy that prevents depression . So we must shop from Cradle to Graves. Lolol

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  5. Very fun to shop online. I have been buying lots of stuffs online too, mainly food, lolx! I love reading enid blyton books especially the faraway tree series. Can keep for children so it is worth buying.

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  6. Ha :D Yes you are buying those story books. It is ok. Nobody will be judging anything. :p

    It is always fun to shop online huh.

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  7. hah..hah...shopping is good for the soul but not for the pocket! I used to love those Enid Blyton books too when I was a child! I think is is not a bad idea to revisit our childhood books when we are adults. In fact I bought Han Christian Andersen's fairy tales some years ago just to relive my childhood memories of reading stories!

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  8. I was once crazy over those Enid Blyton's mysteries story books. Was one of my favourite authors. Shopping apps very convenient but I didn't want to download just to avoid all the temptations. The oil sprayer and Pooh t-shirt very cheap, worth buying. Happy online shopping.

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  9. You are cute!! Young at heart indeed.

    I love to read Enid Blyton's books. I think I would not mind to get some and read myself.

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  10. Oh you are a fan of Enid Blyton books too! I love reading children literature with vivid vocabulary. Even now that I am an adult I read them too.

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