Wayne and Annie went to visit Annie's best friend, who had just given birth to a baby girl. And then while they were driving the way home, they were talking about the baby girl coming at the right time because the government had issued to distribute consumer vouchers to the public.
Annie: It's not much though, the voucher can still do some help on buying those baby clothes, diapers, formula or the sorts of maternity things.
Wayne: Yeah, 3600 dollars can buy dozens of diapers. Don't underestimate those little things. Their production can be tremendous.
Annie: And so is yours. So, do you wanna use the voucher to buy diapers as well?
Wayne: Thanks for the suggestion, but I believe I'm still doing pretty good, and I've got some bright ideas! I really get the bug when planning how to spend money, instead of how to make the money.
Annie: What are they then?
Wayne: Well, plan A. We use a whole month, every night, plus every weekend, to go to all the night markets in Taipei area, and eat all the foods we've got on our wish list. And just for the record, we can use a street directory to mark all the places we've been to, and note all the foods we've eaten. That'll be quite an achievement to remember and a perfect ending for this hard-working year.
Annie: That's really an appealing idea, but after this "happy ending", I'm afraid it'll be an appalling start for the next year because we'll be wondering how many pants left we can still put on.
Wayne: I know that's what you'll be worrying about. So, I've added some bells and whistles for the plan A.
Annie: So let me hear your bells and whistles.
Wayne: On every weekend, we can go completing our mission by cycling. That's the flavour of the month. So while we are cycling to the targeted night market, we are burning the lard-laden food we've gobbled down the whole week. It's so healthy, isn't it? Cycling is really the cat's whiskers for our plan. We can enjoy the gourmet without getting fat.
Annie: Cycling once a week is just a drop in the ocean. That's not enough to keep us fit. And it's winter now, honey, so please don't drag your lovely wife out there at any cold, windy and even rainy nights. And why are you so stuck to trying the food in every night market?
Wayne: Just for the sake it and it's brilliant to eat for free.
Annie: Alright, just rember you've got only 3600 dollars for the budget.