This Malaysian ad good!
By Lionel Yeo
Imagine this scenario: You’re rummaging through your kitchen drawer, and realise that you’re out of plasters. You know, the sticky thing you put on your knee when you cut yourself against the coffee table (speaking from experience here).
So you head to NTUC and look for plasters. Now, if you’re like me, you probably hate running errands – especially something as mundane as buying plasters.
You arrive at the plaster section, only to be faced with a gazillion varieties. Who has time to compare the intricacies of each type? You just want to grab your plasters, check it off your to-do list, and go back to watching Daredevil. (Just started watching it on Netflix. Goodbye, productivity!)
Who has time for plasters?
Making Sucky Situations Less Sucky
I know it sounds weird, but stay with me here:
- Its sole purpose is to make a sucky situation less sucky
- You only need it temporarily
- You hope you never have to use it
For a plaster, it makes your wound a lot less painful (and if you get those with the cool animal prints, it makes for a great conversation-starter). And after a couple of days, you tear it off – you don’t need it anymore.
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