Sunday, August 14, 2011

Graham 101 : "Solace's ENDS"

Hello, Stick-O!

"Sometimes we took small things for granted."

Most of us may know that this a 101.7% true, but knowingly or unknowingly we just don't care. Tomo?

For example, do you know what the ends of shoelace called?
See? Me either, I do not know... or maybe I simply don't care. (2NE1??)

Not until, my favorite Disney cartoon show (Phineas and Ferb: This is the story of two intellectually gifted stepbrothers who just wants to have the best summer ever. On the other hand, their older sister Candace will do everything to bust them..but fails every single summer day) made an episode just for this under-appreciated thing... They even made a song!

My friend Mr. Wiki also described it as a small plastic or metal sheath typically used on each end of a shoelace, cord, or drawstring. An aglet keeps the fibers of the lace or cord from unraveling; its firmness and narrow profile make it easier to hold and easier to feed through the eyelets, lugs, or other lacing guides.

Imagine re-assembling your shoes and shoelaces without an AGLET... and how frustrating it would be..
So, maybe starting from now on may we start appreciating small and seem to be non-existent things around us. (may moral lesson..GMRC?)

Again it is an AGLET, dont forget it...

Babu... Lababo!

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