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my new possesion

On 18th evening after coming back from office I had 2 wash a big heap of clothes. I got frustrated seeing the clothes . So finally I decided to a washing m/c that instant. I went to Spencer's n got one . Its Samsung 5.8 kg fully automatic. Luckily , I got a discount of around 1000. It costed me 9.3 k . But the best part was that it took me 2 hrs to get it started . Now , I am very satisfied. Just I have to press a button &  go to sleep, all my clothes will be washed n rinsed automatically.

I had also got a Toaster & corldless electric kettle too. Its of Amway n I got them at an extremely low price.










Comments

Sakshi said…
waaah... sahi hai...congrats..
abey saale Raj hamesha tu bas pics hi post karta rahega ..kabhi jamshedpur ki sardi ,kabhi washing machine yaa article pe likhega ?
raj alakshendra said…
abe article likha tha na pura tere liye..

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