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Friday, July 19, 2013

Clothes brought from Wal-Mart (errand done on June 1st, 2013)

Hello, everyone.

What I want to show you today is a few pictures of what I brought, as new clothing, when I spent the afternoon going to Wal-Mart in Longueuil on June 1st, 2013; it was a Saturday, but pretty hot and humid out there.

I did promise for myself that I was going to write a post on this weeks earlier, but it turns out I was really self-occupied with other things, and now, here I am, all ready to present what I got from over there. Simply put, my mom gave me some money to buy some new clothes because she noticed that some of them were getting old. In addition, I simply wanted to get out of the house and enjoy a taste of the sunlight, apart from what happened two weeks earlier when I went out for a full Saturday to Montreal's amusement park: the Six Flags La Ronde, built in 1967.

Then again, thinking about it now, I do feel really terrible about how late it is in the season to finally talk about this now, because time has flew so by as I worked on new blogs and a better version of my e-book during the month of June. It's so disappointing for me to not be able to get the immense dreams I hoped for.

Anyway, let me now share you the clothes I've brought. I spent less than two hours finding them at Wal-Mart; picking them was not easy for me, though I could sworn now I should make way for a variety of clothing and find ones that where the top and bottom do match for a striking look. In the end, I brought five t-shirts, with two of them made out of cotton that's destined to be ironed every time they are washed, and two pairs of shorts, for $83.66 CAD.

None of the tops actually match the bottoms I've brought. But then again, they should look all fine and dandy, especially three of these top things.

Here's the first one:

 
A textured light-blue cotton shirt with comfort that suddenly feels like "summer!"

If you like the first shirt, chances are you may like this one, too:
 
Bright-red cotton shirt with a design of yellow cut leaves; it has a feel that is not the same as the shirt before, but still comfortable. The only thing is, it can be stiff at first.
Nothing too special with the shirt right here. Just a stand-alone light lime green shirt with white edges.

Nothing beats the ocean blue than the look of this:
A few stripes of these colors means that the ocean I would stand in front of a beach, such as Myrtle Beach, is really alive!
And now, here comes the most fun, with a shirt that's going to entertain you quite a lot.



"BIRD IS THE WORD!" We Angry Birds are going to take those Bad Piggies, and King Pig, down, with our sheer, angry force! Time to experience the hot Finnish cartoon with extreme tackles and powers!
Only two shorts. Here's one of them, a beige pair of shorts:


Finally, a checkered gray tone pair of shorts with a touch of green:


Alright, that does it for this blog. I'm tired and want to go to sleep now. (At the time I wrote this, it was 1:40 AM on Friday, July 19th.)

See you later!

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