Thursday, 11 January 2018

Answers on a postcard

I didn't report on our £5 Christmas stocking exchange, it was fun as ever though maybe a bit samey.  Books, soap and some pretty little dishes for me, socks from a £1.50 large ball of 4 ply I found in the charity for Mr FF plus  a framed postcard of Ilkley and some shower gel.  
However, we received this from friends in Taiwan and I have absolutely  no idea what its for

It can't be a key ring surely as is too cumbersome, 5 inches across 6 inches long and padded.  The little overcoat comes off though the button doesn't work its just decoration.  Unless anyone comes up with the answer soon we are going to have to email and ask our friends which is a little embarrassing.
The bathroom is stripped out, the new fittings are all ordered complete with an illuminated mirrored cabinet that has different levels of light, chargers inside so we can keep the toothbrush etc out of sight, and blue tooth.  Mr FF tells me we can play music in the bathroom via the phone.  Like the little padded jacket, I have no idea what this is about.  I heard someone say on a comedy programme recently that they'd leave their partner if only they knew how to work Netflix.

6 comments:

  1. Sorry, can't help you with that little padded jacket. I fear you are going to have to email your friends and then report back! Your readers are holding their breath in anticipation! xx

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  2. I think my Christmas gifts are usually similarly samey (books, perfume, jamas, chocolates and whatnot) but I rather like that. I was given Netflix this year but need the boy to visit to get me started. Not a clue what the little padded thingy is so do tell once you've been enlightened.

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  3. I think it is a key fob. Once the keys are on the ring, you pull up the tab to keep the keys under the "jacket" which stops them getting tangled in other items in your bag. I've had similar things in the past (plastic mainly), but I think the idea is the same.

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  4. My guess is that it's an ornament to hang on your rear view mirror in your car. Thay are quite popular here!

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  5. That should be 'they' not 'thay!!

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  6. Absolutely no idea, but it is very pretty!

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