Great news! Unicorn tears are now available to help keep your skin young and sad!
But if that doesn't work, there's Smooth Blur Ctrl-pore serum, called "Cathy Doll", (but I didn't get the full picture of the bus!) Also, snail cream now has a baby mascot and Aloeverd, so that's gotta help.
But enough of that, let's transition to orange sightings.
Whoah, careful not to spill!
I always thought that marigolds were used in temple offerings because Buddhists like orange.
But the interwebs tell me it comes from Hinduism where, as far as I can tell, they like lotsa colours.
In any case, the Bangkok flower market, which I originally discovered with Adrian, is a great place to visit, and if you like, to buy lots of flowers, cheap. 30 cents per bag, stems not included.
I prefer them by the bushel.
Orchids. A tad cheaper than in the west.
Explosive-looking temple candles? Only 16 cents!
But then it gets crafty. You make your flowers into elaborately symmetric temple offerings.
I'm a big fan of elaborate symmetry, so my favourites are the biguns.
Jasmine is a handy choice, as it's beautiful and aromatic, to cover your un-temply stenches.
I don't understand the "ugly fake flowers on sticks with money" option.
The pumpkins with plastic leaves is also well beyond my level of flower market expertise.