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  • One thing I like about Asia is how easy it is to have stuff repaired. Absolutely anything can be repaired, or at least you can take it to someone who will try their best to repair it.

    I had a hole in the pocket of my shorts which was getting bigger by the day. Now, I can’t sew anything worth a damn so I took them to a man I’d seen sitting by the roadside with a vintage peddle powered Merritt sewing machine. I showed him the problem and he nodded, took the shorts from me and got to work.

    Moments later they were as good as new and the repair had cost me just 15 Thai Baht, which equates to 30p in the UK (just under 50c US).

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    1. What is it about boys and holes in their pockets? I’ve never had a hole in my pocket… oh, well, that’s probably because I give boys all my stuff to carry in their pockets…yeah, that must be it.

      • What I don’t to understand is companies that makes jeans and stuff have short-changed us in the pocket department. They have, over time, been made out of flimsier and flimsier material. Beats me!

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