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It's been a while since I posted my sewing projects. There's still a whole stash I SHOULD have posted ages ago... but let's just skip that and fast forward to 2009, shall we? XDDD

Anyway, as everyone knows, I love raiding ukay-ukays to look for stuff to tear apart, cut to pieces, butcher and basically modify. It's been like that back then, it still is now. So, my latest ukay-ukay trip has yielded a good bounty, and it just so happened that I also needed something to wear to the Shizen Orchestra event days away at the time.

And the process begins... )

Hehe... I was pretty conservative with the trims since I didn't have much material, and it was my first time making something like this, so I wasn't sure just exactly how much was too much. ^_^;;

And there we go. And yes, I wore it a few days later. ^_^;;;

(Big thanks to h_matsumoto and her Project Rockway series of posts. I got the idea from her. ^__^v)

here we go! Hazel's Project Rockway series! ^________^
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Ian and I were at Mall of Asia yesterday to hang out because it was just too hot and too boring at home (our TV is still dead), and after a nice lunch at Tokyo Cafe, we scanned the activity calendar because we noticed that there seemed to be an unusually high number of otaku-japorms in the area. Of course, it also helped that we saw a guy with blonde dyed hair and plaid pants, with a giant backpack and a KAMEN RIDER helmet under his arm, waiting for a cab. Sure enough, we saw that there was a Tekken Tournament in progress at the time, and we eventually found the poster with the announcement and the tournament details on it.

As it turned out, director of Tekken 6, Mr. Katsuhiro Harada attended the event as one of the judges, and there were also Tekken cosplayers present. Of course, with both Ian and I being fans of the series, we headed for the activity area to have a look-see.

Judges' table

Tournament photos )

Just a short, grainy video that I shot with my phone. ^^;;

I was actually pretty excited to be there, especially since they had a guest like Mr. Harada present. However... the event could have REALLY used a bit more planning than that. It's a BANDAI NAMCO event, for heaven's sake!

Anyway, I suppose my main points of complaints would be:
- the sucky venue. It was outdoors, on a hot, humid, Philippine afternoon, and EVERYONE... contestants, staff, judges, onlookers, us... were all dripping and stinky with sweat. Honestly, couldn't it have been somewhere air-conditioned, at least?

- 4 matches at a time doesn't seem too bad, but I was a little disappointed that only one random match was shown on the video wall. I wish there could have at least been 4 big monitors, or maybe a split screen at least, so that everyone can watch everyone's matches. Some matches that were NOT on the screen were actually pretty awesome, and I think it's a shame that they weren't given due appreciation.

- I felt sorry for the cosplayers, having been asked to just stand behind the judges the ENTIRE time. T_T

- I felt sorry for the judges since they were pretty much stuck in that heat and discomfort. Their only advantage was that they were seated and they weren't being crowded by other people.

- there were these big-ass fans in the area... which blew hot air around. Yep, the day was just THAT hot.

- the event coincided with the annual Level UP! LIVE 2008 event at the World Trade Center. Personally, I would have moved the Tekken event to another date, not just because the LU event is HUGE and would most likely draw everyone there, but also because it would be more convenient for players who want to attend both the LU event and the Tekken tournament. :/

Because of the heat, Ian and I were really starting to get dizzy, so we didn't stick around for very long. We left by the time that contestant 35 or so was being called, and this was just for the first elimination round. We have no idea how long the event lasted, but we're guessing it must have ended by about 5pm or so (which would have meant that everyone was in that area for at least FIVE HOURS???).

Sigh. Oh well. I just hope that the Japanese guests don't get scared off by this experience and refuse to accept future invitations to similar events in Manila. ^_^;;
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Hehe... sorry, but I just gotta get this out of the way first or I won't be able to write a proper update at all. XD To be honest, I'm starting to suspect that I have my 2-D boyfriend on my mind for more than what's healthy, but at the same time, I'm thankful that my REAL boyfriend doesn't seem to mind the obsession much. It does bother him a bit when I try to buy him clothes that look like Ryuuji's though. XD

I think I may be getting addicted to the rabu-rabu rush that the game provides, which would probably make me an endorphin addict. XD

WARNING: IMAGE-HEAVY post, containing bishonen images from the Web-Kare boards, as well as some screenies of my own Web-kare.

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Yes, ladies and gentlemen. If you've read my previous post, then you know where this is going.


Hehehe. :3

This doesn't mean that I'm any closer to speaking in Japanese any time soon, though. In fact, having been able to successfully sign up for an account in the first place AND editing my profile (some of it anyway) without any assistance of any kind, is already considered as a major accomplishment in my book. However, having a miniscule vocabulary and being able to read hiragana, katakana and a tiny bit of Kanji, also turned out to be helpful. At least I can navigate the site without any problems since Kanji characters for "Home", "Message", "Album" and "Minilog" haven't been invented yet.

I also learned how to accept friendship requests and read PMs via trial and error, and then, a short guide in English has also been offered up on the site's boards (my eternal gratitude goes to [livejournal.com profile] khursten  for this), PLUS an international BBS has also been recently added for the non-Japanese people who stubbornly insist on playing a game written entirely in Japanese.

I still have no idea what my virtual boyfriend is saying, though, but if he's muttering my name in his sleep and he's talking about me with other people's Kare, I'm really hoping it's something nice. :3

Seriously, though... WHADDHESAY???? O_O

Why does he have to be so damned cute...? :3 Hehe... I've been squee-ing and giggling like a 13-year-old for the past two days, I can't stop thinking aout how my Web-Kare is doing, or what SCENARIOS I can possibly be missing by not being online, and Ian has already become pretty jealous over his 2-D rival. Haha! XD

The same day I got my Web-Kare account, I also promptly added a link to it in my LJ profile, as well as a widget on my food blog. The widget is especially nice. :3

In the meantime, I'm already expecting the so many ways that money is probably going to go into this game. The site is currently making money via advertising, but I can just imagine all the possible Web-Kare merchandise, books, CDs, doujinshi, posters, plush toys, figurines, cellphone straps, promos or possibly special/premium in-game items/events/features that the developers can possibly add. Can you say, "Christmas/Summer/Hot Springs/Hanabi/Sakura Viewing/Summer Festival/Beach Special"???

Evil, evil developers, playing with womens' hearts like this...
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Thank you, WebKare. (as ganked from [livejournal.com profile] magnetic_rose ).

Oh, and dibs on Ryuuji. (AHAAAAAAAA~~Y~~!!)

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Well, as I've mentioned in a previous entry, through a series of circumstances, I somehow ended up at the judges' table at a recent cosplay competition. The event was organized by some college kids from Miriam College for their... er... Events Management course, and was held at Robinson's Galleria last September 13.

Anyway, the day didn't quite start right for me. For one, the event was advertised to begin at noon, and I arrived about 15 minutes early, expecting to immediately be asked to take my place and do what I had to do, but the event started a good 2 hours or so late. My contact with the organizers apologized profusely and she was nice and all, but I suppose it can't be helped that tardiness just happens to be one of my pet peeves, so that's unfortunate. Thankfully, [livejournal.com profile] magiqa and [livejournal.com profile] idle_eidolon were with me at the time, so I didn't get bored. I think I would have left and headed back for home after the first hour, had they not been with me then. Considering the fact that I just came straight from a tiring nine-hour shift that day, I don't think I would have had the patience to hang around until something finally happened. O_O;;

Um. Let's just say that there's LOTS of room for improvement with regards to how the entire show was handled. ^_^;;

Moving on...

So, the show finally started, Elea managed to get a seat behind me, Ian decided to wander off and join the MTG crowd which was on the same floor as the cosplay event, and the other judges also arrived. I was pretty surprised to look up from my scoring sheet to suddenly find Alodia taking her seat next to me, but I think I should have expected that the moment the everyone around me took out their cameras and just started snapping away. Haha! I just really didn't expect her or any known personality to be there since the website which announced the event wasn't particularly informative. Anyway, I eventually figured out that they invited Miriam College alumni like Alodia and one of the emcees (some lady who works as a DJ at a local radio station) to drop by, so it made sense.

Once everyone was settled down, the cosplay event finally started.

IMAGE-HEAVY!! Cosplay pics ahead! )

Anyway, the cosplayers themselves were a lot of fun, but after the scores have been sumitted and the awarding ceremonies were about to begin, I was a bit disappointed to find that there were other people who were there in some really cool costumes, who didn't get to join the competition. It was a shame since we saw some pretty cool costumes for V, Haruhi, Sabre, etc. I think I even saw a guy in a Code Geass school uniform. :(

Before we went home, I tried taking a video of the crowd and of the band, and of Elea and Ian who were now both part of the audience, but I discovered that it was rather difficult when everyone who wanted to take their pictures taken with Alodia were rushing to get in front of you. Lol. Oh well. I still got what I wanted, and I even got footage of terrorists doing the Caramel Dansen, so it wasn't so bad. Here's the video. XD

I think I wanna try judging another cosplay contest some time. It was fun, and the view was great! XD More photos at My Multiply Album! ^_^v
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My work schedule has recently shifted again, and I somehow ended up with my former schedule, with me starting work at 12:30 am, and leaving the office at 9:30am. I actually do like this new (or old?) routine, since I don't have to deal with traffic, and by the time I leave the office, malls, banks and other establishments are already open and ready for me to frolic in.

Now, because of this new schedule, it also meant that the ukay-ukay place near our office which I frequent is already open by the time I pass by it on my way home... *cough*

So, I decided to pass by some time last week, and lo and behold! I was able to get TWO cotton yukatas for 50 pesos each! Hehe. It's nothing fancy. Each one is just white cotton with a repeating pattern printed on it in blue, or indigo if you want to be finicky about it. It's really more of the type that can be used for lounging around at home, or the ones you can find provided with your room at a ryokan or onsen, as opposed to one that you'd wear to a summer festival, since it's not quite as pretty.

I already have my own red-and-white yukata, but Lem has also been wanting one, waaaaaay back when I still lived by myself in Sampaloc and he saw me wearing my yukata. That's why when I saw the two white-and-blue ones for sale, I got them immediately. I also figured that it was unisex enough so that I can also use them if I wanted to. Hehe...

My only dilemma now is that the Yukatas don't come with an obi, or even a matching koshihimo. :(

Because of this, I've decided that I'll most likely just MAKE the damned things since I can't seem to find any place that sells it. Plus, even if I did, I figured that I'd most likely end up paying much more for the obi than I did for the yukatas themselves (but then again, that's relative, considering that the yukatas are only 50 pesos each...).

So, to outline the project, it looks like I'm going to be making...
  • about 4 lengths of koshihimo substitutes. I need only 2, but you'll never know when Lem might lose his, or if I might want to tie a proper obi...
  • one obi for myself (about 5 inches wide or so, according to
  • [info]magiqa and her friend)
  • one obi for Lem (about 3 inches or so, should be fine for a guy, right?)
Now, I'm still a little iffy with the lengths and widths that I need to work with. Can anyone point me to some reference material that I can possibly use? I'm considering dropping by the JFMO library one of these days to see if they possibly have any sewing patterns I can possibly photocopy and use, but I'm not sure if they even HAVE such material in the first place.

All this will have to wait until after payday though, when I can actually afford to buy some cloth. Hehe. Wish me luck.
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I have just recently found out that one of the most gorgeous and most ferocious women in the world (in my humble opinion anyway) has recently visited Manila to perform at Vicky Belo's birthday masquerade for a whopping 8 million pesos/ $200,000, no less. DITA VON TEESE WAS IN MANILA! AAAAAAAAAA~~~!!!!

I swear, that woman is someone that I would happily go gay for because she is made of SHMEXY. RAWR!

I learned about it from BryanBoy.com, where I first saw this photo (sans the MS Paint text). I was trying to find the photo again so that I could post it here but they seem to have just disappeared. I eventually found them all at PerezHilton.com which I've never even visited before, and from what I gleaned in the comments section, Dita's management has actually requested the more prominent Pinoy bloggers to take down the photos that they originally posted. It's really a shame since Dita is just too pretty to hide, haha! Thankfully, this blog is too insignificant anyway, so I'm sure nobody would mind, yes? XD

I've always had this major fascination with 30s-50s Americana, Vaudeville, as well as Burlesque (hence, my reluctant approval for the PussyCat Dolls' first album), and if I had the skin and the figure for it, goodness knows how my closet would look. That's also the reason why I treasure my one and only authentic satin and lace corset which I am currently struggling to fit into again. T_T

Also, I LOVE Dita's book, Dita von Teese and the Art of the Teese. I remember finding a copy of it at Buy-The-Book in WalterMart, and I spent about a full hour, just reading through it and ogling at the gorgeous photos. I couldn't afford it, though, even if it was already discounted, so I sadly put it back on the shelf. It wasn't until afterwards that I realized that my feet and legs hurt like hell since I was standing the whole time I was reading! XD

Yep, Dita von Teese. K's undisputed personal queen of corsets, garters, stilettos, lacy underwear and fishnet stockings.
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The laptop's clock is telling me that it's currently 2:19AM, Manila time, and I've just finished reading through the whole series of Death Note manga scanlations (which is about a year or so too late, now that I think about it).


Hehehehehe... now (motive) I need to get my hands on the anime and movie versions for comparison. Plus, I need to see if watching those would sway my opinions about L and Light. Hehehe! (/motive) :D

I've bought one of those Death Note replicas from Comic Alley last month (yep, Hong Kong. It's all I could afford. Hehe.) and I'm tempted to start writing on it for the heck of it. Ian also told me that it may serve as a good, fun way of relieving stress, so I guess we'll see. Haha! XD


Anyway, Lem will be awake in a couple of hours to get to work by 6am, so I should probably get started on those pancakes in another hour or so...

Next up on my scanlations reading list would be Mahou Sensei Negima... @_@;;
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Oh, the things I would do for a Japanese Visa, just so I can make a pilgrimage to the Square Enix store and pay homage to this:

a life-sized, sleeping Sephiroth installed in the shop floor. )

Awww... it's just so sweet to watch the neurotic, demented little darling sleep. I bet he's having candy dreams of the day when he rises again to bring justice to the world, after he recollects all his energy and is once again charged up to full POWAH!!!! AHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! CUE ORCHESTRA MUSIC!!


Actually, I'd also like to have a Chocobo plushie, and some Slime merchandise. They're cute.
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Last payday, I finally decided to go out and drag Ian to the mall so that we can finally get ourselves a new set of pillows for our bed. For one thing, the ones that we've been using for the past five years were... well... already older than five years, since I've been using them even before I met Ian. On top of that, they were already nearly flat with uneven lumps, and they've become dirty, despite my many attempts to wash them. Speaking of which, washing them was a pain since there's really no space to air them out and dry them when you're living in an apartment with no laundry area of your own.

Anyway, so off we went despite the rain and floods, and after taking our pick, we went home with a new pair of big, white, fluffy pillows, and we talked about how we should have done all this earlier.

The comfort that a good pillow brings is beyond words.

Of course, there IS a drawback to all this, because it's now twice as difficult to drag ourselves out of bed in whatever it is that we consider as the start of our day, and thrice as difficult when it's all gray and cold and rainy outside.

Oh, the poisons that we choose.


I haven't really been able to write much recently as I've been quite busy. For one thing, I've been putting in some extra time at work since we could use the money (yes, I actually get paid for OT now...), plus I've also spent the past week taking photos and preparing listings for about 30 more things that I wanted to put up on eBay. In fact, I only finished putting up all the listings last night.

Then on the side, I've finally convinced Ian to fix up Tanuki no Bento on Blogspot for me and I'm sort of still moving things around on it and trying to tie up some loose ends on the thing before I start making food posts again.

And lastly, I've been plodding through the manga version of Death Note, and I've only managed to finish Volume 7 about six hours ago. I'm trying to finish the series as soon as I possibly can without sacrificing precious sleep, but that's just so I can finally get started on the 18 volumes of Mahou Sensei Negima that I have in a disc sitting on our shelf. (Yes, and I wonder why I need new glasses.)

And what do I do after hours of work/eBay/Blogspot/manga? Dive into the pillows face-first and happily fall asleep, of course.
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A couple of nights ago my boyfriend and I were talking about random things. One of the things that we ended up discussing was the type of Filipino otaku who was just downright creepy, and then, in the middle of it all, he suddenly used a term which I liked so much that I just had to write about it.


They're the ones whom you would just simply refuse to be associated with.

Whenever you happen to have the misfortune of being with them, you just get this feeling of being grossly misrepresented.

They're the ones whom you pray will never find your favorite Japanese coffee shops/ groceries/ restaurants/ sanctuary.

They're the ones that make you want to learn the Japanese language just so that you can properly apologize for your entire race whenever they make complete idiots of themselves in front of actual Japanese people.

They're the ones that teaches you to say "p0htah", no matter how nice and how well-mannered you may be.

Hence, the term, "p0htahku".
ksolaris: (word up)
(This entry will partly be written in the vernacular...)

Yes, Shaider. You know? Blue space sheriff? Goes around with a yellow-clad assistant who drives a spankin' Mazda RX-7?

The bad news: this series, which will forever be one of the better parts of a lot of Filipinos' childhoods is up for a modern adaptation... with some dude named Dominic Zapata playing as Alexis. EWWWWWWWWWW.

Not happy. News as taken from the Philippine Entertainment Portal. )

Goddammit. There goes MY childhood, right out the window and right in front of the headlights of a speeding ten-wheeler. Pfft.

All I can say is... whoever is playing Annie HAD BETTER BE WILLING TO DO HER TRADEMARK PANTYSHOTS!! Hah!!!

Anyway, as spurred by this news, here's my latest YouTube playlist which consists of songs from Shaider, Bioman, Maskman (in Tagalog! Whoo!!), Mask Rider Black, the Tagalog opening for Sailormoon and Magic Knight Rayearth, Saint Tail, Super Boink, Machineman, Time Quest, Princess Sarah, Cedie, Candy Candy, BT'X, Raijin-O, Saber Marionette, and Yaiba. I left out the obvious ones like Voltes V and Daimos.

Yeah, now, you have a fairly good idea on the stuff that I grew up on, so don't be surprised if you happen to see me space out and drift away to a happy place whenever one of these theme songs play. BLUE FLASH!! Ah, yes, those were the days...

WhooO!! Umamin na! At one point or another:
- gusto mong maging (or maging jowa) si Annie
- gusto mong magka-Mazda balang-araw kasi nagfi-flip yung headlights. HI-TECH!!!
- gusto mong maging isa sa mga Amazona.
- Naging idol mo si Igamu
- nag-wish ka na may giant robot din na nakatago somewhere sa school nyo.
- Nainis ka kay Michael Joe/Rio
- Umiyak ka nung namatay yung orig na Yellow 4
- sumigaw ka ng "Moon Crystal Power Make-up!"
- naging crush mo si Mamoru
- hanggang ngayon sumisigaw ka pa rin ng "Takure... TAKUREEEE!!!!"
- nung nilagyan mo ng plastic cover yung notebook mo, naalala mo si Machineman at yung baseball na nagsasalita, si Buknoy
- gusto mo magkaron ng Battle Hopper. Except yung hindi umuusok.
- Ginaya mo yung pose ni Shaider pag ginagawa nya yung finishing move nya.
- Umiyak ka sa Cedie
- Umiyak ka sa Princess Sarah
- Umiyak ka sa Dog of Flanders (kung di ka umiyak dito... bato ka! Bato!!)
- naisip mong mag-Violin lessons kasi... kasi... ANG GWAPO NI FAO LA FINI!! AAAAAAAYYYY!!
- gusto mo biglang pumuntang Japan, hanapin yung portal papuntang Cefiro and pikutin si Lantis/Zagato/Guru Clef/Ferio (Shet, Zagato, mahal pa din kita!! *kilig*)
- O eto... one.... two... a one-two-three!! "LUNTIANG IPO-IPOOOOO!!!"


... and wala na~. ^_^;;
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I just finished reading the entire set of Zettai Kareshi manga scanlations... and the ending is now depressing me to, well... no end. T_T

possible spoilerific thoughts )
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Holy sardine, I'm back in high school and drooling over a 2-D male all over again. Wahahaha!! I sort of miss the feeling. I haven't felt this silly/girly/giddy since... since... Aya Fujimiya? Hyde in the Kasou video? Heck, I don't even know anymore.


Screencap from Devil May Cry, the anime, as seen on Famitsu.

We reported on this some time last year (I remember it was a couple of weeks before Typhoon Milenyo), but I didn't think they'd make Dante so HAWT. Heck, we already KNOW that Dante is teh smex, but you don't see scenes like this in any of the games (I dunno about DMC4 on the PS3 though...):

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA~~~!!! *hearts hearts hearts hearts hearts*

If I made our room look like that, would you shower at our place, too? OHOHOHOHOHOHO~~!!!!

Haha! I need another kick in the head now, and I'm sure Ian would simply give me that LOOK that he gives me when I get too weird. Whheeee!!

Am fully awake now. Back to work.

Follow-up thoughts on the Kasou video: DAMMIT, WHY CAN'T _I_ BE THE MIC STAND??????

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I mean, everyone's doing it.

Even Rockman...

Everyone's doing it. And I mean EVERYBODY...

have I mentioned that EVERYBODY is doing it?? )

EDIT: Oops. In my rush to post this entry (I was in the office but it was too good to pass up), I forgot to include basic info about the dance. For those who may not know, it's a special ending sequence for the anime version of Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuutsu (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya), and the song is Hare Hare Yukai. Here's the original video of the dance sequence for comparison. ^_^;;

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The next time you decide to cosplay as a Nintendo character (or any video game character, for that matter) and act like an idiot... please try not to get caught by the character's creator, 'kay? XD

(as swiped from [livejournal.com profile] idle_eidolon) <--- My babuy's new blog. ^______^ Tee hee.

On the other hand, my hat's off to Miyamoto-san for being such a good sport! ^_^ Gotta love the guy.


And now, this is what happens when Trekkies become politicians... KAPLAH!!

Finnish MP seeks votes in Klingon

HELSINKI (Reuters) - A Finnish member of parliament is aiming for re-election by campaigning with a translation of his Web site into Klingon, used in the TV series Star Trek.

"Some have thought it is blasphemy to mix politics and Klingon," said Jyrki Kasvi, an ardent Trekkie. "Others say it is good if politicians can laugh at themselves."

He said his politics posed some translation difficulties, since Klingon does not have words for matters such as tolerance, or for many colours, including green -- the party under whose banner he is running in the national elections on March 18.

Non-warriors can also access the site, www.kasvi.org, in English, Swedish and Finnish.
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One of the games which we grieve for, as it never made it out of Japan. T_T Sigh... Oh well. Maybe I'll be able to order a copy online someday, or I'll spot a bootleg copy in Quiapo, or something... T_T

Anyway, it's a delight to see Jin Kazama, Arthur, KOS-MOS, Megaman X, Ryu, and the Dark Stalker ladies all together in one place. ^___^ Plus I love the song. Haha!

Meme time!

Jan. 13th, 2007 11:58 am
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I'm only re-appreciating the value of the meme when the day is crazy/I feel like I'm about to catch a cold. ^_^;;

as swiped from fetalstar )

On a side note, I have just found out the awesomeness that is the REDONE version of Hellsing (it was apparently redone with the mangaka himself heading the project. How cool is that??). I think I just fell in love with Integra and Celes Victoria all over again...

Right. Back to work.
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Just a few quick ones...

- As quoted from last night's episode of The Grim adventures of Billy and Mandy:

"Don't feel bad about being a nerd. Nerds are like the moist towelettes of the universe; you make everyone feel good about themselves!"

So take heart!! XD

- I've been spending the past three evenings watching the pyrolympics from our apartment window. Bliss. ^___^ Pictures of little (?) flowers in the sky to follow! Along with a whole bunch of other crap that I've been threatening to post...

- (In what little bastardized Japanese K knows) Watashi no kazoku wa honto ni baka. Okaasan wa tottemo, tottemo, TOTTEMO HONTO NI BAKA! Otosan wa kawaiso desu~...

- Currently obsessed with Ouran High Host Club (KISS KISS FALL IN LO~~VE!!) and Genshiken. "Currently obsessed" also means "We just bought the DVD from Quiapo during our last day off, we're watching it and I love it".

- Currently swooning over Disgaea 2. And prinnies of course. Note the change in LJ layout/theme, courtesy of Ian. *looks at Prinny header* It's confirmed! Prinnies make me happy!

And off we go again.

EDIT: I forgot to mention that our apartment is finally taking its appropriate shape. :D Just had to say that.


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