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I used to use two oppai mousepads at work, one for each hand. Oh, and that smudging is dirt. You can wash it off, but I'm yet to find a cleaner that's any good.
The only proper way to review a dakimakura is to take it out to dinner.
I don't really keep bookmarks at all. If I like a site, I stick it into Google Reader. If it doesn't have RSS, I copy the URL to my massive text file that I keep notes in.
Well, it's not that I wouldn't mind, it's that I'd be checking out the girls while I changed. Ignoring possibly embarassing predicaments from this, would I mind if they did the same to me? Not really, I work hard to look hot =P
Although it's not something I would realistically approve of.
That's f*'n gold. Haha.
I used to use two oppai mouse pads in my office at work, before I moved to Tokyo.
Anyone else notice you can move all the bits and pieces about while they fall?
that's freakin' lol, seriously.
I watch MKVs with the subtitles off. Once or twice an episode I'll have to rewind and turn the subtitles back on for a sentence if it contains too much vocab I don't know.
Ahh airbrushing, where would models be without it?
I WOULDN'T TAKE ANY BECAUSE STEALING FROM YOUR FRIENDS IS BAD.
Phew, nearly fell for that trick question!
Oh pfft, everyone knows よろしくおねがいします! means "One please!" =3
That's a surprisingly good shot.
Did they just follow the schoolgirls around all day or something?
I'm quite content with my flip-hole, than you very much. Although I wouldn't pass up a free try.
Actually, when I walked from my apartment to the station here in Tokyo last night, just about every store I passed had アルバイト募集中 signs out the front. Is it that hard to find part time work?
I ordered some stuff from Amazon, one of the postal workers delivered it to me at about 7pm Saturday! Like what the hell!
I had a Dakimakura when I lived in Sydney, but only one cover (the Kasumi-chan one you got with the Blue Xbox 1). I left it in Sydney when I moved here to Tokyo.
When I got here however, I found it almost impossible to get to sleep. Until I bought a dakimakura and realised I can't sleep without one. Now I've got about six or seven different covers.
Ahh airbrushing, idols wouldn't be the same without you.
Figma Youko comes out next month! I'll be getting it as soon as it comes out.
Danny, do you always eat at the same places? Do you get wierd looks always taking photos of food?
First episode seemed okay, but as soon as I see bad CG mixed in with my anime the show is dropped.
The two office christmas parties I went to I won the door prize for both, an iPod nano (which I sold to buy an XDAii mini) and an Olympus digital camera.
Wait, there's a Penguin Musume Oppai mousepad?
When I was at Wonfes, we saw Comic Water at all the vending machines - all sold out.
At Comiket, we managed to find a machine with some in it, but there was a line of about ten people.
As the line was getting shorter, I noticed... everyone, EVERYONE was buying two bottles. I just bought one... but I've not thrown it out yet.
p.s. the water wasn't even cold so it tasted like tap water. Doesn't surprise me really!
I'm suddenly reminded of that disfigured Sabre meme that was a made in China figure.
Before I got into anime, I was a huge Britney Spears fan. Sure, I hated her music, but I had posters of her all over my room. I still have the posters, but now I prefer wallscrolls.
Yeah, I'm in the same boat, I wasn't a fan of the art style, but I realised I might just dislike it only becuase it wasn't the same as the first season.
Putting that behind me, I found myself wanting to watch episode after episode. So it couldn't have been all bad.
Of course, whether or not the humour is any good remains to be seen.