It's two weeks before the New Year holidays.
Wayne and Annie were thinking about where to go on Saturday
Let's go shopping today. Most department stores and shopping
centres are having New Year clearance
so the price of most stuff must have hit
rock bottom. So, without being ripped
off, I can
buy all the things I need, and I want!
Do we really have to go today? It surely will be crowded
everywhere. You know I've still got crow phobia.
Speak English please.
Come on, don't be silly. You'll be fine. And I also need
to take the stuff that I got a rain
check couple days ago,
as well as to return the blender we bought last week before
But Shopping centres never try to cool off customers. They
are surely gonna make
a killing on us.
Wayne finally caved,
and then an hour later, they were in a shopping
centre. As Wayne expected, it's so crowded there as
if half of the city's citizens were jammed
centre. Then they went to the men's
How about that turtleneck pullover with
horizontal stripes? Do you like it?
It looks good. The horizontal stripes look pretty leisure and simple, as well as a bit of metropolitan, but they
are also more fattening.
I'm already fat. I don't want to look much fatter.
Woo, when did you start to speak all those fashion languages?
And where did you get the idea that horizontal stripes
Everyone says that. That's the most basic fashion advice.
That in fact is just an orthodox concept
of fashion which has never been questioned by most people.
Wearing horizontal stripes doesn't make you look wider;
it in contrast makes you look slimmer and taller.
You don't believe me. Alright, go to the fitting
try this on, and I'll fetch another pullover with vertical stripes
After Wayne had tried on both pullovers...
It's amazing. The horizontal one really makes me slimmer
and taller. That can really disguise my
gluttony. Bravo! Now I look
young, fresh and fit!
Yeah, you're right; you are such a tall, slender and skinny
handsome mate! But remember
you've still got a smallish pot belly under the disguising
Come on, at least I don't see it now.