Friday, 5 May 2017

My Backside?


I needed a kitchen timer because the one I had was busted. I think I twisted it too hard. This time I wanted something that did not need twisting. Something digital would be good.

So I went to Daiso. I did not know which one to pick so I settled on this green teddy bear shaped one.


Obviously I can't read Japanese and I could not understand the instructions.


Bah! I would just have to figure it out myself when I noticed this warning.


"There is careful use and handling of your backside". Uiks?? 

Well....heh..heh...


I finally figured out the timer. Hold the S button down and the press the M button. That will reset to zero. Then just press the M button to set minutes and S button to set seconds. Then press start. Obviously nothing to do with my backside >.<

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    1. Yeah, I'm still wondering what it actually meant hah..hah..

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  2. green bear is cute. hope it lasts a long time.

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  3. great purchase! specially as it came with a challenge and you successfully sussed it all out by just looking at the backside! I don't even know how to use timer in my kitchen....I just count my heartbeat each time ;P

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    1. hah..hah... I used to put a bowl of water in the microwave and use it as a timer >.<

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  4. I use my mobile phone's timer, can save RM5.90, hehe :P

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  5. I like those cups, plates and bowls sold at Daiso, very nice

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    1. Yes, me too. Sometimes I can't resist buying.

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  6. Maybe I should get one too - I just look at the clock on the wall.

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    1. I used to do that and sometimes I forget to check back.

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  7. Lol. Me too. I must get a timer for my kitchen.

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    1. It is very a very helpful gadget.

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  8. Wakakaka! Thanks for the instruction, in case i want to get the same timer from Daiso.

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    1. hee..hee.. so far it has served me well.

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  9. Since both my convection oven and induction cooker already have preset timers in them to tell me when my food will be ready, I've never really needed a timer. I guess I don't have to handle my backside then...hehe! :D

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    1. LOL! I needed the timer mostly when I boil eggs to make sure they are not overcooked.

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  10. :D :D I've used many timers before and now I set the timer on my mobile phone.

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  11. Straight up competition on the worst ever English translations between China and Japan hahaha!

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  12. Hahaaaa... I wonder what and which backside it meant... Anyway, smart of you to figure out how it is used... I think I would be scratching my head (backside?) whole night.. Lol...

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    1. LOL! You made me laugh! Scratch backside. wahahaha!!

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  13. Ha! Ha! Backside? Lol.
    Anyway, I use my mobile phone to set the timer :)

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  14. Usually i also look at the clock...

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    1. I tend to forget to look again...

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  15. That's a cute timer, but why don't you just use a timer on your phone?

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    1. You are right, I could use my phone but I am somehow very technically challenged heh..heh..

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  16. At my age, I definitely need a timer. I find it very useful helpful!

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    1. Me too hah..hah.. I tend to forget to check back my watch and I overcook my eggs :(

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  17. I have one Japanese client and all his emails would send rolling on the floor laughing so hard. Poor them!! Why can't they hire translators to help with the product guides?

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    1. hah..hah... I wonder too but it gives us a good laugh. So it's OK :D

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  18. Backside of the timerlah, PH ^_^ Must handle with care, nanti kalau you jatuhkan barang from Daiso, backsidenya oochhh... langsung tak boleh guna lagi. Tapi never mindlah, just buy a new one at Daiso; only RM5.90 ^_^

    Eh, dah macam brand ambassador pulak I nih. Hahaha!

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    1. Pandai you interpret, MD :) I love going to Daiso. I always end up buying something when I leave hah..hah..

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