The girls just love balloons. Any kid would, even this big kiddo here, heh!
Everytime we go to a shopping complex, Suzanne will almost always want to have the balloons, especially those that are given away free by the clowns. She will pester us for it and will practically SULK the entire time if she didn't get her balloon. Dang... hence I will have to queue up to get a twisted balloon from the clown. Not that I mind but it makes me sick to see @#$% moms/dads pushing up to the front, cutting the queue of other kids and parents, and getting their balloons first. KNN!
Anyway, after watching how these clowns do it, twisting the balloons looks quite easy and I often wondered whether I can do it. Then I recalled Papi of papimami.blogspot.com writing about twisting balloons. Inspired by papi, I wondered no more as this daddy bought a whole packet of balloons and a hand pump, IIRC, for RM25 from a kiosk at The Curve. Thus far, I have mastered the doggie and the sword. Easy... like eating kacang putih :)
Just to share something naughty - in the process of twisting another version of the sword, I had to make a hole and then poke the other end into the hole. Reminds you of something, right? So I made a smaller hole and when up to Mrs B.
Me: Dear, watch me twist up a sword
Mrs B: You can meh?
Me: Hehe, see this lubang? I am going to push this end into it and...
*push push into lubang but since it's small, the walls touch and then made an irritating sound - screech screech screech*
Mrs B: Eh, so loud one?
Me: Ya, and I like making swords. Kinda reminds me of us when.... hehehe *gives naughty look*
Mrs B: *Suddenly realises what I was getting at* Gasp, you ar! Must you have sex on your mind all the time? *pinch pinch pinch*
Me: ouch ouch ouch!
Belacans says... "Oooo, twisting is da fun! Saves money too, no need to buy balloons at the malls/pasar malams for the girls, heh!"