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Desktop Confessional

What the - ?

Friday, February 24, 2006

Something really weird happened yesterday.

Somebody dumped Nike shoes into this disposal bin right opposite my house. Brand new, original Nike shoes. The one thing wrong with them were that they had paint streaks on them so if we took them, we couldn't resell them.

When my dad told me, I thought it was just damn odd, but I also thought he was talking about like, 10 pairs. Though I couldn't get it passed my head, I could live with the mystery.

What I didn't know was that the initial 10 pairs I had envisioned in my head turned out to be

2000 PAIRS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I turned the corner into my house and was greeted by a BAZAAR. It was like some sort of SALE in a store, except on the road and opposite my house. There were people I didn't even know, picking out the shoes and trying them on and taking them back.

And as the day progressed, I just stood and watched in bewilderment as more people parked their cars next to my house, and started picking out shoes like it was JAYA JUSCO.


Although the late-comers weren't so lucky as they couldn't find one side of the shoe, or some shoes were so badly painted that it was impossible to remove with thinner.

People only started to leave when the rain started to pour. Needless to say, damn lots of Nike tags got washed into my porch. GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR.

My brother got some bloody nice Nike Cortezs. Apparently he sourced a pink Cortez for me but couldn't find the left side. BLAH, and I so nicely found the other side of this blue Cortez for him. Hmph.

So now my brother has two new Nikes. Some people have all the bloody luck.

WEEKEND IS HERE! Woohoo, numbereight here I come.

Edit - photos of the great "sale".
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  1. Anonymous zeph said:

    OH MY GOD! its raining shoes!! wish i was there to help you. i would dig & dig & dig & dig~

  1. Blogger sarah said:

    haha yeah you can help me find the other side of my pink cortez

    /looks at shoe in woe!

  1. Blogger Albert said:

    You should've propped a table, a chair and got a big sign saying "Reject Nike stock clearance" or something. Charge RM100.

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