did i ever mention the time that it was my first night in tokyo alone and i was starving so i went to the 7-11 in our neighborhood (they’re on every block i swear to you) and got some sort of curry with beef
so well i got it but i also got an ice cream bar
and when i went to pay i also WON another ice cream treat! (some One Piece promotion they were doing gr8)
so i got home and welp i ate my two ice creams instead and didn’t want curry anymore. so i put it in my fridge in my apartment.
well the fridge was so cold that it froze my poor curry
so when it was time to open it up, the curry and the rice at the bottom was frozen solid
and i didn’t know what to do
so i tried to thaw it with my hair dryer
it did not work
and frozen rice is not edible.
and that’s the story of my first night living in tokyo.
Mike laterns for the parade! ooOoO!
i posted to the wrong blog lol OOPS but yes here he is how cute right!?
it took so. damn. long. to get a picture with him.
there is no semblance of order when it comes to meeting characters at Tokyo Disneyland. there’s no line or anything, they all literally just crowd around the character pushing past each other to get close, i don’t even know what the attendant’s purpose was!
for the face characters it was easy, they all spoke english and were eager to chat with me. but the other characters, i would get close and then a japanese girl would push right past me. dude, all the politeness and no-contact etiquette to follow in japan is *lost* when it comes to meeting characters at Disneyland, as I learned the hard way after getting elbowed one too many times. I looked helplessly at the character attendant and she kind of laughed sympathetically and told me I need to be more aggressive! What! So after a few forceful “sumimasen!”s I managed to get a picture with my dear Mr. Incredible. Oof!