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13 July 2016

Wordless Wednesday | Car Repair In Thailand



Wordless Wednesday is supposed to be about posting a photo(s) without any words. But, I'm a rule breaker, so here are a few words:

1 - My car is currently broken. I can relate.

2 - It's starting to seem easier to walk everywhere rather than try to fix my car. 

3 - The real feel temperature was 112F / 44C the other day. It's too hot to walk. I better fix my car.

4 - I like the outfits Buddhist monks wear. They seem comfortable.


What words does this picture bring to your mind when you look at it?

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19 comments:

  1. Yeah, it's way too hot out to walk everywhere.
    They do look comfortable. Be like wearing bed sheets.

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    1. When I do have to walk somewhere I go early in the morning so it's not as bad. But it's still incredibly hot. Good motivation to fix the car.

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  2. Looks like a lot of fabric - surely it's really hot?!
    Has your Great Machine infected the Pathfinder? Maybe some tough love / beatings need to be handed out. Too bad machines can't be manipulated with chocolate and cheese.

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    1. When we visited Thailand it was during the winter. Everyone was wrapped up warmly with sweaters etc., but for us it was still crazy hot.

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  3. I love this. A much different perspective.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday Ellen. ☺

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  4. I am not good in hot weather so I would have to get the car fixed. As for the robes the monks wear--looks pretty warm to me. I'd like to know what fabric they a re made of.

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    1. I'm not sure what they're made of - maybe some sort of cotton? Too hot for me to wear, but they seemed comfortable in them.

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  5. I love this photo! Any photos of monks using "modern" technology are awesome. When I was in China, I was obsessed with taking pictures of monks on their cell phones.

    Wow, 44C is really hot! I'd trade you--all we get lately is rain, rain and more rain.

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    1. I know what you mean - I didn't expect to see monks carrying phones or having cars. We pray for rain here because it cools things off.

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  6. I would like to borrow this monk and his zen attitude for our broken truck. Cars are the worst. Maybe you can find an air conditioned coffee shop to study that electrical diagram. Best of luck! Wear your cape.

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    1. I'm definitely going to need a little bit of zen and a magic cape for the car repair :-)

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  7. he, he, yes, the outfit looks really comfortable. and I still walking rather than using car (being a mediocre driver) ;-)

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    1. Reminds me of the sense of profound gratitude I sometimes feel when I flip a switch or turn the key, and the technology actually does what it's supposed to!

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    2. I'm not crazy about driving and would prefer to walk when I can, but it's way too hot here for that and I need to get to the "big city" occasionally which requires a car.

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    3. Keith/Nicki - I know what you mean. I'm always amazed when things work and take for granted what all goes on inside to making something as seemingly simple as a light switch work.

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  8. After your description of the Floridian heat, all I can think is "hot, hot, hot" when I see the monk in his robe... Sarong time! Hope your machines start behaving soon.

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    1. Now that would be funny - monks in sarongs. Sounds like a Monty Python skit.

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