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My husband, OYABIN, took a novelty-goods of a well-known company home from Las Vegas where he visited on business.


It's a water-eco-clock which moves by water not batteries.
It moves when water is put in the ones like the tanks on the back.


That's interesting and fun!!

Buuut I found a big problem after several days...
The clock was fast. Very fast. It's around a couple of hours!
・・・ It's not a CLOCK!!

That's too bohemian and funny.

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My husband, OYABIN, went to Las Vegas on business all last week.

He came back and now he seemed to be thinking that it is necessary for him to learn English more.
So I suggested him to study English together by using this book. (The book was his favorite one for studying English before his trip.)
But the method is still up in the air.

By the way...
The souvenir for me from him was a "Rubik's Cube" printed with the illustrations of the "m&m's" characters...

But WHY!?

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I love ginkgo nuts (in Japanese, GIN-NAN).
So I'm happy this time of year, it's ginkgo nuts season.
Do you like it? If you do so, I'll tell you how to cook them easily to eat.

【necessary things】
・ginkgo nuts (coverd with husks)
・brown envelope (size: about 10cmx20cm and well-thick)

1) Put the ginkgo nuts and salt in a brown envelope.
2) Fold the edge of the envelope to close.
3) Put the envelope into a microwave.
4) Heat it for around two and half minutes. (You don't need to crack the husks of ginkgo nuts previously.)
5) When two or three ginkgo nuts blow up, it's the time to eat!

Isn't it super simple cooking?

Just take my word for it and try it!

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