Sunday, December 16

R: Jiggle Jogs

After yesterday’s stomach bout and toilet bowl kissing, it made me realize how unhealthy I am. Hence, one need to start choosing what I eat and go exercise more. In Japan, only about 40 percent of the population exercises. Malaysia, dunno.

Oh, what better way to start jogging then with a new pair of shoes from parents. Mind you, I don’t ever buy proper shoes. It’s usally cheap bata ones or below rm100 reeboks. Hence having a Nike for the first time is landmark placing.

But, u tend to question the quality of it. For the amount spend, you’d expect proper stitching and at least having the paint job on the shoe stick to it’s boundaries. But no, there are slight paint bleeds here and there. The stitching at some parts are a bit uneven. And it’s made in China. =.=

I think I’ve been building too much Gundams.

For now, jogging yo. *man boob jiggles*

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