Some of my flatmates tend to buy the cheap paper handkerchiefs. They have the distinct disadvantage of being less resistant than their slightly more pricey counterparts. Not only are they more – err – permeable in regular use, they also tend to dissolve in the washing machine, should my careless self forget to remove them from all of his numerous pockets. Needless to say that after dissolving, they'll do their best to distribute themselves evenly across all of my clothes.
But what else would you expect from products that go by the names of Alouette or Tissa? I mean, what were those people thinking? Those names sound like diarrhea.
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