Women+shopping=No logics

November 9, 2004 at 7:07 pm 4 comments

Cheeky and co. went shopping around during the weekend. From past experiences, cheeky knows that logics (if she’s your wife, then credit card) must be left behind when shopping with women.
You see, Cheeky’s friend has been lugging most of her ‘harvest’ with her right hand after a day of shopping. Cheeky’s friend later then nagged about how ‘suan’ her right hand was and the imbalance that was affecting her walking. Being a gentleman, cheeky offered to help carried her handbag and adviced her to switch some of her shopping bags to her left hand. Logically speaking, this is the appropriate thing to do. But we are talking about women. So how did Cheeky’s friend solved her problem? She promptly entered a shop, made a few more purchase and came out with equal number of bags in both hands. Sigh….


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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. FF  |  November 8, 2004 at 9:06 pm

    Next time bring trolley. Big big trolley.

    Cheeky can sit inside when Cheeky’s tired.
    Cheeky can put bags in.
    Cheeky can take a lil nap inside.
    Cheeky can bang people down by going fast.

  • 2. Bubblemunche  |  November 9, 2004 at 6:03 am

    Cheeky’s friend has a very expensive way to balance her shopping bags :)

  • 3. cheeky  |  November 10, 2004 at 8:10 pm

    Next time cheeky stay home.

  • 4. Fat Fingers  |  November 10, 2004 at 11:50 pm

    hahahaah that’s so funny!

    Cheeky should never go out shopping with women again..


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