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Saturday, September 03, 2005
All about socks

About a month ago, I read about this in my sister's blog. Being a person who does thing systematically, I also have a preference for using my things in rotation so that they will wear out at the same time, although I would not go to the extent of making labels like that.

But is there any logic in doing so? Mingde came up with this, which isn't as general as I hoped but it's probably cuz he's lazy and the equations get too complex if you introduce a lot of variables.

Damn! And I thought wearing my T-shirts in rotation wears them out slower.

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Yiheng made
11:53 AM


socks got more sense den t-shirts eh... with socks u can make sure tat both sides are juz as old and not left side old and rite side new tat kinda thing mah... hehe
By Blogger fEatHeRs, at 10:15 AM  

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