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Mar. 18th, 2009 06:01 pm
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (chii-crazed-me)
I think this is basically the delicious pasta and butternut squash dish I had at the Academy of Sciences cafe with [livejournal.com profile] toratigris last month, but the chef threw in the cheese and stirred it quickly for a few moments in the hot pan before serving it. It was so, so, so good. I want to eat it right now. If you are vegetarian, I don't recommend trying this without substituting something for the pancetta--the savoriness and saltiness matched up with the sweetness of the squash is what really makes this. The note on the side there about chanterelle mushrooms might work for the savory note, plus maybe some bacon salt or smoked salt, veggie sausage or something.

I kind of think there was a little more seasoning in the dish I had, but maybe not. I should just try this recipe and see.


Went to the library to see which of the manga for Master's Thesis #2 they had, and ... um, they had Fruits Basket and nothing else. A couple of the other titles were checked out, a couple were on order, and the other stuff is simply not owned by the library. Ugh. DOOM.

However, the library once again just handed me a book I've been wanting to read. They have books for sale on racks out front, which is how I originally got Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell for 50 cents, and now I've got Grand Ellipse by Paula Volsky, which [livejournal.com profile] toratigris said I should read (and certainly looks like something I should have already read). It was face out and everything. So I'll read it somewhere during or after this pile of Naomi Novik and Tobias Buckell books.


Appalled to be developing a crush on Noel Fielding. His fashion sense is terrible. (And he's older than I am.)


So tired. Can't tell if it's allergies, being a wimp for whom 7.4 hours of sleep won't do, or coming down with the world's slowest-to-incubate cold.


Finally, this Gmail Notifier plugin for Firefox that I was so happy about because it can handle 3 accounts including Gmail for domains? Yeah, it just randomly stops working after it's been up for a while. ARRRRGH. It's become vital to my business to have a working Gmail notifier and I can't find one. It's driving me nuts, as the pirate with the steering wheel on his pants said. Yarrr.


EDIT: I just started making the playlist for this year's Halloween party. Um. Yeah.

I promise it'll be more entertaining than what we did last year. For one thing, I'll try to make some ROOM so that if there's videogaming in one room, there will be something else to do in another room.

Sheesh.

Oct. 31st, 2008 10:17 pm
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (Default)
My parents had 36 trick-or-treaters.

We had 4, who were -10 points for hardly having costumes but +10 points for being out in the rain.

My lanterns from Safeway worked great even in the brief downpour.

Two lanterns; one with a witch and one with a cat.

You can't see the candles and chimney, but anyway, yay.

I did a halfhearted costume.

Witch hat, blouse, vest.

The necklace is a combination of pearls from our anniversary and one that [livejournal.com profile] eudaimonia made.

Hat off, making a random face.

This outfit will be the base of a steampunk outfit eventually, I think, but also has pirate potential.

The sleeves are awesome, though you can't see them well.

So tired.

Thanks for coming over, [livejournal.com profile] toratigris!

Don't forget! NEXT YEAR.


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FINE.

Oct. 30th, 2008 03:27 pm
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (holidays-halloween-me)
Next year's Halloween party will be EPIC because I'll have A WHOLE YEAR to plan it.

And who knows, it might even been in a HOUSE, so I can actually invite everyone. (And it'll be on a Saturday next year, so I can have one mellow clients-and-friends-with-kids party on Friday, and one crazier party on Saturday.)

BEWARE!


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(Well, I couldn't find one for next year, so it'll reset tomorrow, I expect.)

Start keeping an eye on plane tickets and lining up crash space now, is all I can say.

Also, I'm collecting suggestions for what the party's theme should be. (I like themes just because it makes it easier to choose decorations. Right now I'm leaning toward gothic/Victorian steampunk.)
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (holidays-halloween-me)
We got this today, on sale at Borders: Nightmare Revisited (not quite as cheap as at Amazon, though.) I can't post iframe links so I can't show you the cover, and anyway, you almost have to see it in person--it has a cool use of matte and shiny black design elements on it and on the inside packaging. Anyway, it's a CD of covers of the Nightmare Before Christmas songs by a whole bunch of people, most of whom look funny being on a Disney music label. I guess it's been out for ages, but I was only dimly aware of it.

Beautiful, beautiful packaging, and Yoshida Brothers. I mean, not only does it have that excellent Marilyn Manson cover of "This is Halloween," but it has Yoshida Brothers!!! I had no idea. Going to go listen to it now. (And I wonder if I can google up the story of how that came about...)
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (chii-hiding-me)
Nobody local is doing anything for Halloween. Bummer! I don't think we'll be having a party. It's not that our place is any messier than it was the last two years when we did have parties--on the contrary. It's just that my cleaning days have been eaten up by health stuff and so on. October has just *vanished.* I'm pretty sad. (The only two holidays I really care about are Christmas and Halloween, and I only made my peace with Secular Christmas recently, whereas I've loved Halloween my whole life.)

My attempt to put up some decorations by myself on Thursday resulted in a cut on my foot and a lost nail and no decorations, other than the metal wreath on the front door, which is barely visible due to our complex's inexplicable decision to paint everyone's doors an ugly, flat brown color last year.

I still need to get things clean so we can have people over, but. :/

Public events on Halloween involve a) getting scared one way or the other (which I'm actually not a fan of) or b) nightclubs, and I'm also not a fan of that. The steampunk ball sounds cool but involves elaborate costumes (don't have) and dancing skills (don't have) and being really social with strangers (...).

And, of course, we live in a townhouse in an area that's all condos and apartments, so we can't even say "Oh well, it'll still feel like Halloween if we carve a pumpkin and sit home and watch related movies and let trick-or-treaters come by," because we'll be lucky to get six.

YES I AM POUTING HOW DID YOU NOTICE.


Boy, I'd love to recommend "Stardust" to my student, but we're rewatching it now, and too much isn't said outright. I mean, that's one of its charms, but it might be awfully difficult to understand. I might lend it to them anyway, but I'll have to warn them, and/or maybe outline the story for them, and the competing groups of characters.


I still think DeNiro didn't bother rehearsing or something. He's about as convincing as the lead in the last junior high school play I saw, and equally affected. Oh well--it's still a fun character concept.

I wish this movie had done better. There are so few decent fantasy movies, let alone ones with airship joy.


HAY NORTHEAST COASTERS AND EASTERN SEABOARD TYPES AND PEOPLE WITHIN A FEW HOURS OF THERE LIKE PENNSYVLANIA AND THE TORONTO AREA AND ALL

YOU SHOULD GO HERE AND LIST YOURSELF AND ADD MY OTHER LJ FRIENDS WHO ARE ALSO COOL.

BEFORE THE ICE AND SNOW COME

sorry, I was just trying to make myself feel better about life there, won't happen again.

Sadly, I'm afraid most of you seem to be rather, um, well-spaced. But maybe a few of you are within hanging-out distance, or at least "might as well friend you" distance. :)
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (potc-droppedmybrain)
...where a while after you wake up, you think "Oh yeah! I came up with a great solution to that problem that was bothering me! It was ... oh."

This morning as I was getting out of bed and getting ready to come downstairs, I paused with glee because I suddenly remembered that I had dreamed up a great solution to my "really want to have a Halloween party because I love Halloween but can't because my townhouse is a mess" problem.

My excellent solution?

RENT A HOUSE. A really big house with a furnished basement, and move just enough stuff over there to hold the party, and then don't actually move IN till after Halloween. A really BIG party such as I've never held before, with dancing in the basement and what have you.

Sigh. Yeah, that's totally doable.

It was a nice house, too. I'd say it was in [livejournal.com profile] chipuni's neighborhood except that I've never seen a house with a furnished basement in California.

Thanks, brain, that was so useful.
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (holidays-halloween-me)
Pumpkin-shaped bento!
Spooky tree bento!
A mix of Halloween- and non-Halloween bento, including really cute ghost rice balls.
Lots of cute Halloween bento: 1, 2 (Jack Skellington), 3 (Pikachu Jack-o-lantern! Ghost boiled quail egg!). Bonus bunch of Ghibli bento with Totoros and soot sprites and the kids from the new Ponyo movie. Wow.
Nice and simple: Jack-o-lantern face on flavored rice.
More from one source: 1, 2 (I really like this one for some reason), 3 (blushing ghosts!), 4, and bonus 5 (autumnal soot sprites).
Halloween Stitch!
Another Halloween Stitch!
Such a cute pepper pumpkin...


If you're wondering about some of the ingredients, let me know--I may know what they are (then again, I may not!).
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (holidays-halloween-me)
This is a silly Halloween meme that produces random costume descriptions for people on your friends list. Unless I deleted you by accident while getting rid of people I know don't read me back, RP characters, etc., if you can read this, you're in here. (if you have a couple different journals, I probably only listed one.) Sorry for all the repeats, though. And I ran out of astonished comments VERY early on. Anyway, search for yourself and let me know what you think, heehee.

I'd be very puzzled if I had a Halloween party like this, but I'd be thrilled so many people wore costumes! Of course, this may people would NOT fit into my house.

I'm not sure which of these is my favorite...or the most appalling...or the most baffling! (And some are just lame, which I considered cheating and fixing, but...there are too many entries.)

[livejournal.com profile] wintersweet's Halloween party:

1crowdedhour dressed as Ivan the Terrible of Russia.
39orangestreet dressed as a character from Harry Potter and the Council of the Anvil.
_aurelius dressed as a pirate. I was expecting more originality...
_epiphany_girl_ dressed as Elizabeth Regina on steroids and roller skates.
adriennelily dressed as Elizabeth Regina on steroids and roller skates, though it looked more like a moral pixie.
Read more... )
Throw your own party at the Hallomeme!
Created by [livejournal.com profile] sigma7: More info here.

COOOL

Oct. 11th, 2008 10:51 pm
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (Default)
https://www.urbanthreads.com/blog&Itemid=9
Scroll down till you see the clever idea for making some neat Halloween party wall lights, or maybe just cool lights in general.


Hey, [livejournal.com profile] hoshizora: I thought you might be amused by Hiwheel, a company over here--well, up in Alameda--that makes antique and retro-style bikes, as well as lots of other interesting cycles.


We're watching 我が愛の詩, or Bloom in the Moonlight (what?!), which is a 1993 movie about Rentaro Taki, a late 19th-century Japanese pianist and composer (in the western classical style) whose music is still performed despite a very short career. Heck, here's a video of Yngwie Malmsteen covering "Kojo no Tsuki" (with a guitar and his teeth...), or listen to the Scorpions performing it with the words.

I'm guessing he dies from a buildup of impulsivity in his lungs, because thus far he's a bit of an impulsive goofball. Possibly this is because he's from Kyushu, which one can wildly overgeneralize as being full of goofy energy.

(Just kidding. Tuberculosis. Age 23. I bet there's manga out there somewhere featuring him as a waifish bespectacled bishounen.)
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (holidays-halloween-me)
I tried to write a poll for this, but guys, the migraine won't let me.

So.

The scheduling of Halloween parties is a difficult matter.

Let us say that there is a Halloween party, mostly for grownups, which will be in the evening, and to which the wearing of costumes is STRONGLY encouraged.

Does such a party have to be on Halloween night proper?

If not, what do you think is an okay range--how many days before (or...after?) is OK?

I'll leave my thoughts in the comments so as not to accidentally influence yours.

And yes, this is a VERY important question!
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (holidays-halloween-me)
Halloween shopping at Target! I really like their designs, especially the gothic-Victorian stuff this year. <3 <3 <3 Purchased: 1 pair haunted house socks, 1 pair dollar-section jack-o'-lantern socks, two Halloween Domo-kun compact folding reusable shopping bags, 1 gothic/tribal tattoo-style door cover, 1 gothic/tribal tattoo-style tablecloth, 1 [livejournal.com profile] assaultdoor-sized GLOW IN THE DARK Ghostbusters shirt (it looks like their jumpsuit tops and has Venkman's nametag), and three Halloween shirts for the 3 Japanese women & girls I tutor ($5 each; both Targets mysteriously had most of these shirts in the athletic/plus-size section even though they're quite small, and also had a few in other places--weird).

Still desired: Gothic/Victorian light-up Halloween sign, real cloth tapestry tablecloth with a lovely orange-on-orange woven skull etc. motif, various items incorporating a raven motif, and some really pretty Halloween party invitations.

But! The Newpark Mall Target had Christmas stuff out already! A lot of it! And it wasn't just being put on the shelves! Is September 1 the start date now? WTF.

Crossposted to [livejournal.com profile] halloween_fan a bit, sorry.

Also, as I posted over in [livejournal.com profile] steampunk_plus, Target has out their over-the-knee stockings now (including some Halloween ones). I'm both tall and plus-sized, so Target's usual knee-high stockings don't work for me. However, the over-the-knee ones work fine as knee-highs. They're very cute. When you're skimming the labels, look for OTK.

My local Targets hardly seem to restock these, so it's better to shop at the beginning of the season.
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (Default)
despite being in an apartment complex area, I've had 5 or 6 8 trick-or-treaters (in 2 3 parties). All have had good costumes and beaming parents, and the second group was thrilled with all of our lit-up pumpkins. I'd never realized how awesome it looks to have a big group of pumpkins, but it does look good.

I'll have to remember that no one even shows up till 7:30 PM or so around here (they're probably on their way back home from more fruitful areas).
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (utena-lonely-me)

Not Exactly a Lea Hernandez Tribute Not Exactly a Lea Hernandez Tribute
but I did think of some of her cute characters when I spontaneously carved it this evening while being very lonely and bored. Her name is Jill, and she bites.



Well, I think it's kind of cute, though certainly not up to [livejournal.com profile] divalea's standards of awesome. But if Neil Gaiman can get random pumpkin-tributes, then so can Lea, right? Right.



As it turns out, being lonely and bored on Halloween was probably the best feature of the day. I'm going to miss [livejournal.com profile] assaultdoor's grandmother a lot.
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (potc-droppedmybrain)


Marilyn Manson's version of "This is Halloween!"

Costumes!

Oct. 14th, 2007 03:52 pm
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (holidays-halloween-me)
Costume yard sales are the best things ever. I got a crinoline for Ikue's Regency dress ($5), a little black bonnet for her also ($5), and a pair of actual Victorian glasses ($1). I got a random black snood for me ($1, not for Halloween, just because), and a leine/Irish chemise in my size for next Faire ($10), and an awesome vintage rose-colored velvet capelet ($5), formerly owned by the San Francisco Opera, which will be great with my highwaywoman costume. The silk lining has several red stains, but I'll just say it's the blood of uncooperative nobility, eh?

Now I just need gloves and a mask and boots or boot covers. We spotted Natalya's Costumes on the way back, and I fell in love with a black and silver Italian leather mask, but it was $89, so ... no dice. :P I think if I get a mask I won't need a hat.

[livejournal.com profile] assaultdoor got a pair of wooden "bones" (the rhythm instrument, that is), a little dagger in a Celtic-designed leather sheath with a belt strap, and an embossed leather coin pouch, which will go well with his pirate costume.

It was fun, too! So many pretty things and interesting people. Sadly, 95% of the clothes fell into the categories of "far too small for anyone in the household" or "too big for [livejournal.com profile] jenniferward yet too small for me." Well, I probably could have worn the black vinyl kilt, but I wouldn't actually have wanted to, eh?

It reminded me of the awesome costume sales we used to go to at the arts college near where we lived in North Carolina. I had a fabulous early Renaissance dress I got there. Ah, to be young and able to fit into anything.

Woohoo.

Oct. 13th, 2007 10:13 pm
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (Default)
While playing Scrabble on Facebook with [livejournal.com profile] kyspaz, I figured out that I could be a highwaywoman for Halloween, based on the aforementioned outfit. And yes, that's TOTALLY different from a pirate, even though I'm going to use [livejournal.com profile] toratigris' pistols again. See, a highwaywoman has a mask. *nodnod* And possibly a different style of hat. See.

I might buy myself a pretty mask somewhere, and maybe a Zorro-type flat hat. :) Oh, and although [livejournal.com profile] cissa's answer was good, I realized I didn't mean bustle. What I want is something that drapes down in front across my lower abdomen, and then is gathered into a pouf and a mini-train in the back. I assume I could achieve this with black tulle and pins...

I still need some dang boots, though.

P. S. TOTALLY different.

Ee!

Oct. 12th, 2007 11:25 pm
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (Default)
Target has Halloween pillowcases?! (Maybe sheets too, but I didn't look.)

They didn't have any I couldn't live without--I'm very picky about my Halloween iconography--but I just think it's cool that they exist.



Simon Pegg = Scotty?! My interest in seeing this film just went from zero to, well, more than zero.


The Wikimedia Foundation is moving to SF , giving me hope that I can ... get involved somehow, maybe. I don't know how, but I'm interested, particularly from an educational angle (I'd love to try to get the Simple English version to take off).


I know I have several NYC-area writer- and editor-types on my f'list, so if you're also interested in fashion, check out this job (via [livejournal.com profile] ktempest.


[livejournal.com profile] cognitivedaily is awesome. The October 12 links post
includes research on lapdancing (really), cheap sneakers, a visualization of Wikipedia editing over time, and more random coolness.



Here is my only current Halloween idea:
a vaguely Victorian Lane Bryant jacket (mandarin collar, slightly puffed shoulders, soutache trim)
under a black "corset" (also LB)
with a long gored/flared black skirt (hey...also LB) -- fairly heavy skirt, not floaty
...plus random accessory to make ...
what? I have no idea. Pregnant Witch Hunter Robin? Generic Plus-size Goth? I wonder if I could make it steampunk somehow. (How would I go about faking a bustle using only fabric and, like, safety pins or velcro or a glue gun?) Or I could be some random character from Emma (the manga, not the Austen) if I somehow found a white pinafore or long apron, but that seems unlikely.

I don't really want to wear wings because they'll get in the way of serving food and stuff.

I've been a witch and a pirate recently, so those are out. I have a small budget and can't sew. Please save me from wearing this and throwing on a pair of black bunny ears, or something else equally inexplicable.
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (pugyuru-yukionna-how disturbing-me)
Introducing the "Harajuku Girl" Costume.

Thanks a lot, Gwen Stefani. Really. Now there's another costume I have to apologize for when I take my Japanese friends to Spirit (on top of the many horrible "sumo," "geisha," and "samurai" costumes).

There's a "Gothic Lolita," too, yikes--though the image does look like Mana in the thumbnail. And I still don't know what the "Victorian Lolita" is supposed to be.

Man, there are some ugly costumes there. I really do wish Halloween hadn't become so much about trashy stereotypes--the "Mexican" and "Hula" and "Indian" costumes are just as embarrassing as the "Oriental" ones. I mean, there's caricatures and then there's ... stupid.

*cringe*

(EDIT: What.)
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (holidays-halloween-me)
Halloween Meme
[livejournal.com profile] _aurelius summons the undead armies of [livejournal.com profile] hoshizora to steal your candy
[livejournal.com profile] dreamingcrow calls [livejournal.com profile] kyspaz to let them know the psycho killer's in the basement
[livejournal.com profile] evilari puts real eyeballs in your pumpkin
[livejournal.com profile] hoshizora buries [livejournal.com profile] assaultdoor at the crossroads with a Bank Manager's lunchbox through their heart
[livejournal.com profile] iqtheicequeen TPs your cutlery
[livejournal.com profile] jenniferward haunts your socks
[livejournal.com profile] kikibelle sacrifices [livejournal.com profile] jenniferward's brains
[livejournal.com profile] kyspaz tries to pick up Phantom Hitchhikers
[livejournal.com profile] m_cat eats [livejournal.com profile] tikistitch's spicy, spicy brains.
papayaspapayas creates an unholy monstrosity from papayaspapayas, iqtheicequeeniqtheicequeen and unkyrichunkyrich
[livejournal.com profile] sho_sunaga carves [livejournal.com profile] m_cat's effigy in the medium of candy
[livejournal.com profile] tattermuffin puts fake eyeballs in your gerbils
[livejournal.com profile] tikistitch shows up with burning torches, pitchforks and dip
[livejournal.com profile] unkyrich swoops on [livejournal.com profile] _aurelius and drains their Wings Greatest Hits
LJ Name


The thought of [livejournal.com profile] assaultdoor dressed as [livejournal.com profile] tattermuffin is hysterical. XD
wintersweet: Main character from Yokohama Shopping Project: Just being alive means you've made a clear profit. ☆ 人生、生きちょるだけで丸儲け. (Default)
I have a "mundanities" filter for daily life stuff such as the following (plus occasional health posts and such). Today, I don't feel like posting under it for some reason. Anyway, I've had a few new LJ friends lately, so just so they know: I have a few "opt-in" filters. These are the Mundanities filter, the Japanese filter (my horrible Japanese attempts, rarely used), and the Bay Area filter (for people who live here, sometimes visit or work here, or just want to be kept updated about my local questions and events).

If you want to be on one of the filters, just leave a comment. :) (Or, of course, if you want to be removed from one)

Anyway, I have really good luck shopping when I go with my friend K. Although we had unseasonal rain (it shouldn't start till late fall), there were still a few yard sales. It was her first time yard-saling in the US. At the first place we went, I got a pile of cool Halloween stuff for $6.50. (Does anyone know for sure whether glow-in-the-dark items will light up under black light the way plain white things do?)

We visited Half-Price Books when we ran out of open yard sales. HPB was running on emergency power generators for some reason, probably related to the unexpected rain--their new building was built after the last rainy season. It was very dark in the store. AND YET. A least a dozen people were in there browsing, because they hadn't closed. Booklovers cannot be held back by petty obstacles such as inky darkness! I was so amused. Several people had their cellphone or keychain flashlights out as they inspected the shelves.

We also went to a thrift store, which didn't have much except for a handful of Halloween cookie cutters. But they had a Halloween metal archway (with "Welcome" in a Gothic font and purple lights) that I really wanted and didn't get. It was only $16, and we could have gotten it, but the problem is there's just no storage in this townhouse. Augh.

Randomly, I think it's a little stupid that in this episode of "House" people are assuming that if a woman is on the Pill and her husband has condoms, that he must be cheating. Because, you know, the Pill is perfect, everyone takes it 100% perfectly, and no one ever feels a little paranoid. *eyeroll* Hopefully Foreman's dissent will be supported later on in the episode.

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