Pernahkah Anda Berpikir, Mengapa Tuyul Nggak Mencuri Uang di ATM! Silahkan BACA dan Keluarkan Pendapatmu,,,

Tuyul, makhluk gaib kecil yang selalu dijadikan kambing hitam pencuri uang manusia. Selama ini, tuyul selalu dideskripsikan berwujud manusia kerdil dengan kepala botak. Tuyul biasanya dimanfaatkan oleh manusia untuk mencuri uang. Namun, ada pertanyaan besar yang tak pernah ada jawabannya mengenai tuyul. Kenapa tuyul enggan mencuri uang dari ATM? Berdasar ilmu kira-kira tim Yukepo, begini jawabannya.

1. ATM-nya ada yang jaga

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Salah satu jawaban yang paling masuk akal adalah untuk mencegah kejahatan yang dilakukan oleh makhluk gaib, kita butuh bantuan makhluk gaib juga. Lawan makhluk gaib dengan makhluk gaib, begitu slogannya. Nah, kenapa tuyul tidak mencuri di mesin ATM, mungkin karena di mesin ATM juga ada penjaga makhluk ghaibnya.

2. Tuyulnya terlalu malas mikir

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Katanya kenapa tuyul tidak bisa mengambil uang di mesin ATM adalah karena mesin ATM punya cara kerja yang terlalu rumit untuk tuyul. Untuk mengambil uang di mesin ATM, kita harus punya kartu ATM dan tahu PIN-nya. Mungkin tuyul terlalu malas untuk mengurus kartu ATM. Tapi, tuyul kan makhluk ghaib, ngapain ribet-ribet mikir soal kartu ATM dan PIN?

3. Uang di ATM tidak jelas milik siapa

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Konon katanya, tuyul hanya mau mencuri uang yang pemiliknya jelas. Sedangkan uang yang ada di mesin ATM pemiliknya tidak jelas. Kalau tuyul mau mencuri uang di mesin ATM, ada kode etik pertuyulan yang dilanggar. Nah ternyata, tuyul lebih patuh pada kode etik ketimbang para koruptor yang cuek aja mengambil uang yang tidak jelas siapa pemiliknya
4. tuyul merupakan makhluk dari peradaban yang terbelakang
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Konon tuyul adalah makhluk gaib rendahan dan dari peradaban yang terbelakang, sementara mesin ATM adalah hasil penemuan  peradaban manusia yang canggih dan maju. Maka dari itu, tuyul yang peradabannya kalah dibanding peradaban manusia tak akan bisa ambil uang di ATM. Jangankan mencuri uang di ATM, diberi kepiting atau cermin saja tuyul sudah terdistraksi dari tugasnya. Tapi kalau tuyul itu makhluk dari peradaban yang terbelakang, kenapa manusia yang mengaku dari peradaban yang lebih canggih masih saja minta bantuan ke Tuyul ya?

5. Teori konspirasi
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Kalau menurut teori konspirasi sih, uang di seluruh dunia ini dikendalikan oleh Illuminati. Atau Freemason. Atau Yahudi. Atau... entahlah. Intinya, uang di dunia ini dikendalikan oleh sosok atau sekelompok makhluk yang jahat menyerupai setan atau bahkan pengikut setan itu sendiri. Jadi, kenapa tuyul tidak mencuri uang dari mesin ATM, adalah karena tuyul tak berani mencuri uang dari setan. Mungkin antar setan memang tidak boleh saling mencuri.
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In this issue I have yet more Parisian shopping bargains and discoveries in store for the readers of paris-eiffel-tower-news.com: designer leather and furs direct from the manufacturer's workshop, fine crystal and some wine-tasting sessions from one of the most reputed Parisian wine cellars! Parisian designer leather & fur - direct from the manufacturers! I couldn't believe my luck when, wandering through the Rue de Paradis on the lookout for yet more shopping bargains for the readers of paris-eiffel-tower-news.com, I spotted the workshop exhibition of Jekel. Since 1947, Jekel has been bringing French fashion know-how to designer leather and fur. I know fur isn't the most popular item in the United States, and it is much less worn in Europe than in the 1920-50s. The art of designing fur coats and accessories is quickly disappearing, a less than a hundred craftsmen remain in activity in Paris. Finding fur clothing may soon be as difficult as finding a genuine Rembrandt in an attic. I met with the owner of Jekel, Sylvain Jekel himself who explained that his workshop creates and sells exclusive designer leather models, and fur clothing and accessories. Jekel distribute their goods internationally to ready-to-wear names and quality retailers such as Galeries Lafayette, Sonya Rykiel, Darel, Apostrophe, etc. The workshop is situated at No. 22 Rue de Paradis. The ready-to-wear clothing available off the rack is not tailor-made, but Sabrina, the lovely assistant I met, confirmed that Jekel could adjust items on the spot for you (and indeed, she was busily adding a button for a customer as we were speaking). Prices start at EUR 300, and they can even ship your purchases oversees so you don't have to overload your suitcases. Once again, the address of the Jekel workshop is 22 Rue de Paradis, 75010 Paris. Their phone number is 33 (O)1 47 70 73 90, and you can get there from the following stations: 'Gare de l'Est', 'Poissonniere', and 'Chateau d'Eau'. Rue de Paradis - A crystal paradise? Another thing that will strike you as you visit Rue de Paradis will be the number of shops offering world-renowned Limoges porcelain, plates, and dinner sets, as well as fine crystal products, from glasses and wine decanters to chandeliers. Crystal is a type of glass which contains a small percentage of lead to lend it more clarity and sparkle than ordinary glass. Crystal is usually cut to enhance its reflective qualities, making it a very pretty, highly valued (and more costly) type of glassware. Most shops on Paradis street sell "Cristal de Baccarat", an expensive and prestigious brand of crystal with a long and distinguished history dating back to the early 1800s, and known for supplying royalty with its production. Those of you who don't want to fork out a load of money, there is a shop at No. 52 named 'Décor et Cristal' which carries a different type of crystal. Their source is from a factory in Eastern France, the 'Cristallerie des Vosges du Nord'. Although not Baccarat crystal, theirs is still high-quality, and--I was told by the sales assistant--even dishwasher safe! Prices are great too: some models of crystal glasses retail at EUR 6 a piece instead of the usual EUR 30. Products are offered at 20 to 60% discounts. Décor et Cristal is located at No. 52 rue de Paradis, 75010 Paris. Their phone number is: 33 (0) 1 48 24 57 33. Wine tasting at Galerie Vivienne If you like your wine, you won't want to miss this French 1950s-style period wine shop. With its wood paneling and charming window displays, it opens up onto the Galerie Vivienne, one of the most stunning indoor arcades in Paris. There lie the wine cellars of 'Legrand filles et fils' (Legrand daughters & sons), some of the most highly reputed in Paris. These cellars have been lovingly and expertly stocked by three generations of the Legrand family ever since the end of the World War I. Sadly enough, these cellars are not open to the general public. The shop offers however a warm family atmosphere. Wine prices range from EUR 5 to EUR 10,000 a bottle, with a wide selection in the EUR5-EUR15 price bracket. You won't go hungry either, as the shop also carries a range of delicacies to bring out the flavor of the wine. Worthy of note, the shop offers wine tasting and lessons! For EUR 60 you can attend an introductory wine tasting session every Monday from 8 to 10 pm. Seating is limited, so book beforehand by phone or by e-mail. The shop also features a wine tasting corner, open from 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm, where you can choose a wine and get a plate of accompanying delicacies specially selected to bring out the taste of your wine. The cost is EUR 5.25 a glass and EUR 15-30 a plate. You can also order desserts. The shop has two entrances: No. 1 Rue de la Banque, and No. 12 Galerie Vivienne, 75002 Paris. For wine tasting reservations, call: 33 (0)1 42 60 07 12 or email: info[at]caves-legrand.com. Discover your very own Paris: don't miss the next issue of paris-eiffel-tower-news.com newsletter by Phil Chavanne, Paris veteran and author. Each issue brings you tips on everything Paris, from great spots for a stroll to off-the-beaten-track attractions, to the best in real Parisian eateries. In his free Paris guide [http://paris-eiffel-tower-news.com/paris-hotels.html] Phil Chavanne and his team of Parisian experts give English-speaking travelers scores of advices and information bits on Paris and how best to visit the French capital. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/expert/Phil_Chavanne/19965 Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/438910

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