so it goes like this. ran out of cricket supplies for my shamas, and i thought, oh well, take a nap, get it in the evening...
taking my time, upon arriving at the neighbourhood pet shop, guess what...
out of stock. epic fail. fml.
so of course i went into a frenzy, i'd say i nearly landed myself a panic attack!
what am i gonna do!
the lady there told me the supplier is out of stock, which means, you can forget about any shops around jb, they won't have it, definitely.
and i'm left with no supplies at all!
here's the drama...
a pet shop i been to sometime ago popped up into my mind.
pretty faraway i'd say, its in another town. and for the fact that it was already hitting 8pm. most pet shops only open till 7+, with the exception of a few; and i had no idea what's the operating hours of this one, or whether they do sell feeder crickets over there.
but i had no choice!
i revved up the engine, and sped all the way to my destination. and yes, all 125km of it. just for crickets, without knowing if they had it!
hmmm, well, i've got 10 bucks worth of crickets in my freezer right now, instead of my usual 4-5 bucks.
haha, ya know, gotta make the trip worth it right?
feeling disturbed by my pool cue's stickiness after loaning it to adriangoatee for a game yesterday, i sat up on my bed thinking long and hard about it.
suddenly, a light bulb popped up above my head!
since lighter fluid can be used to remove adhesives from a new pool cue without relatively doing it any harm, why not try removing those dirt and stickiness from my cue shaft with the same thing?
bingo! a few paper towels and a quarter bottle of lighter fluid later on, i hold my cue shaft high and proud, its regained its glory!
although it doesn't really remove the chalk stains and dirt embedded in the shaft, at the very least, it follows-through really well now. its silky smooth! definitely comparable to my brand new bk2's shaft.
what a sense of accomplishment! *beams, beams, beams with pride!*