Idk why, but when I have a hood on my head I feel safe. LOL.
Hoodies are good because they have pockets (usually). Gotta stuff phone and snacks in there.
Listening to: 香香 – 就算沒有如果
I’ve been obsessing over the Chinese drama 三生三世十里桃花/Eternal Love. I’m the third wheel in the DH x FJ pairing.
The night market opens every year during the summer and opens from 7 PM – 12 AM. I went to the Richmond Night Market in BC, Canada.
It’s a bunch of tents on a large open space. The food stalls sell Asian foods and the tents sell cheap stuff from Asia. It’s really popular and the entrance fee for this one was around $3.75 which is expensive in my opinion. It’s still worth going.
Pocky was $1 each which is cheaper than the supermarket.
– I’ve been craving takoyaki ever since Hatchan made takoyaki for the Straw hats in One Piece
LOL I need to get a life!! Part of me loves me for being me, but the other part of me is like… why am I like this
I mean, anime hasn’t been interfering with my life. My family and friends irl treat me the same. If anything, anime has been treating me quite well LOL. I’ve met tons of online friends who love anime like me. People support my cosplaying hobby and the blog has really taken off thanks to my love for anime. I’m really happy with myself right now. I have no desire to change atm. ^^
I bought One Piece Zoro blocks/lego for $8. I’ve only seen Chopper in malls and the mall was selling for $15. Not only was this cheaper, there were more choices and I like Zoro more. ❤
Diamond blocks Gift Series – Zoro post HERE.
I also got 8 pairs of socks for $10. The ones I chose had Pokémon and Sailor Moon designs on them.
These are basically like Lego but the pieces are smaller. They had all the Straw hat crew members and Ace. I bought the Zoro version for $8 at the Richmond Night Market in BC, Canada.
marimo and Zoro
The instructions were very clear so it was easy to follow along. It also came with spare blocks in case you lose some blocks.
The final look:
The amount of time to build depends on your experience level. This was fun to make, and it’s a great gift idea for the anime or block building fan. They had other anime characters too. I recommend this!
This will be a very, very simple guide. I’ll be comparing Pita Ten Volume 1 manga with Pita Ten Volume 1 light novel through pictures.
Light novel on the left, manga on the right
– size of light novel is smaller
– different author. This light novel story is different from the manga
– since this is a text that has been translated into English, it reads left to right. In Japan, it would be right to left
– despite being already translated, manga still reads from right to left
– Japanese comics
– Words, with an anime drawing every now and then
I hope this was a little useful! ^^
I’ve decided to blog about the books other people have given me. I own more manga and anime related books than ones shown here since I’ve bought manga for myself, but maybe that will be for another post.
Complete manga series
– Time Stranger Kyoko (Arina Tanemura is my favourite mangaka)
– Crescent Moon (No offence, but this one was not very good)
– Pita Ten – Volume 1
– Masami Tsuda’s collection of one-shot stories (She is the creator of Kare Kano)
– Death Note
– Pita Ten – Volume 1
– B.O.D.Y. – Volume 4
– One Pound Gospel – Volume 2
I got these three today from someone. I’ve watched the anime for Pita Ten, but I haven’t read the manga yet. One Pound Gospel is by the same creator as the popular manga series, InuYasha. B.O.D.Y. has beautiful characters, as expected of shōjo manga haha.
Sorry if this post is confusing. I know it has new words like manga, anime, mangaka, light novel, one-shot, shōjo.
1. Fairy Tail key (from the anime, Fairy Tail)
Someone gave this to me today!
2. Matcha kit kat
My mom bought a bag today because they were on sale at the Asian supermarket.
Drawing this was a pain because I redid everything so many times. ;__; Misa Amane is a character from the anime, Death Note.