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An Unemployed Man's Memoir of Clothes
After a neverending series of part-time jobs and hunting, I was able to gather up enough money to buy a set of beautiful black clothes that wasn't cheap by any means. Everyone in Erinn envied my clothes, and when I sat around a campfire in town square, people lined up to marvel at my clothes. I loved the attention I was getting with it, so I put off the part-time job and hunting for a while, and everyday I sat at the square, showing off my clothes and giving advice to beginners, while sharing knowledge with my fellow well-dressed travelers. This was a start of a new life for me.
And then, one day...
-Whoa, what is this? Why is a piece of thread sticking out?
I hurriedly took care of the thread, chilled with my friends at the square, and that's how I spent the next few days until one morning...
- Hey!!! What's THIS?!
This time I found a hole in my pants. I took it to Nora in front of the inn and asked her to fix my clothes, but since I hadn't been doing anything for the past few days, plus the fact that my clothes were so expensive, I didn't have enough money to fix it.
- That's okay. It's just a hole. No one will notice it.
I changed my stance to cover the hole, and resumed my days as a fashion superstar. After one week, however... something terrible happened.
My clothes were so worn out by then that I couldn't tell what color it was, and it had holes everywhere, with buttons flying out, zippers not working, and it just looked terrible!! I had to change back to the beginner clothes and begged Nora to fix up my clothes. Unfortunately, it was still REALLY expensive, so I couldn't fix it. So what did I do with that? It's at home now, ready to be fixed any minute.
The reason why I'm doing part-time jobs and hunting right now is to fix my clothes. Once I get it fixed, I'll get my head straight and live right. Of course, that's until I have enough money to fix it the second time. Then, I don't know!