My Hero Academia – Inko Midoriya Cosplay

Inko Midoriya is the mother of Izuku (Deku), the protagonist of My Hero Academia.

I’ve cosplayed as high school girls (even though I’ve graduated from high school some years ago), as boys, and now I’ve cosplayed as a mother. I’ve even cosplayed as characters I don’t like before!

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Fun fact: I sewed the apron!

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Edit: It was brought to my attention that the wig for my Inko cosplay is not dark green enough. I completely agree, but I also wanted to say that the wig was originally used in an earlier cosplay. I didn’t spend a single cent on this cosplay.

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DIY: Clovers & Flowers

1. Four leaf clovers

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Step 1: Find four leaf clovers.

Step 2: Put transparent tape on both sides of the clovers to preserve them. Cut off the edges of the tape to keep it clean.

Step 3: Clip them. I’m using my Rilakkuma clips.

Step 4: Tie them to a string and hang them up. I’m hanging them above my computer, but you can hang them anywhere you like.

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2. Fake flowers

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Simply wrap fake flowers around your bed frame. There are lots of other things in the home you can do this with.

 

I hope you liked these easy DIY home ideas! See you next time!

Yo

Housekeeping stuff 

I think it’s fairly obvious, but for those of you who don’t know already – my blog¬†is my online diary.

-insert rant-

I always find spelling and grammar mistakes in my posts after I publish because I don’t check it thoroughly enough beforehand.¬†It bothers me a little bit.

-mini rant over-

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Temporary tattoo.

Rest in Space Tour – Vancouver, BC

Feb-20-2017

I have a feeling that a lot of fans who went are younger than me because they go to high school. I loved Falling in Reverse, Pierce the Veil and several other bands when I was a teenager too, but I did not have the luxury of owning band merch. When I was a huge fan of these bands, Hot Topic did not open in my area yet.

Even though I am older now, I’m glad I still had the energy to move around on the ground floor. I screamed a lot, and I was so sweaty at the end of it. LOL.

If you want to check these bands out, I just want to warn younger and more sensitive readers that there is swearing involved.

People are often surprised to find out that I like these bands (and probably will be more surprised if they knew that I was literally obsessed with them in high school). I just want to say that music taste does not mean anything about a person. Most fans do have the coloured hair and tattoo/piercing look, so I can understand their point of view. It is, however, an incorrect assumption which is unfortunate.

Crown the Empire

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Falling in Reverse

  • The Drug in Me is You
  • Alone
  • Just Like You
  • Fashionably Late
  • Bad Girls Club
  • Loser
  • I’m Not a Vampire
  • God, If You Are Above… (and more)

When Ronnie Radke sang Loser, my heart sank a little because I could hear the hurt in his voice.

Before the band performed Just Like You, he asked people who think of themselves as a-holes to raise their hand. Then, he said that those that did not raise their hands were being a-holes too Рfor not raising their hands. I thought that was pretty funny and clever. He asked the audience to raise up their middle fingers as they performed. Have you ever guilty about something?

Well, you probably have or else you’re lying. The concert experience¬†made those unsettling thoughts fade by making them¬†seem normative. That is why I think rock concerts are therapeutic for some people. It’s not for everybody, though.

Their Drug in Me is You album was one of my favourites. When Fashionably Late came out in 2013, I was not the biggest fan of their changed style of music (incorporating rap with rock). However, when they played Alone, my opinion changed. Ronnie is actually a really good rapper and I support any kind of music they want to perform.

I think that Ronnie’s personal life and his lyrics can be seen as controversial. However, if we don’t focus on the details too much and just understand the overall message of the song, that is what matters. We are probably not going to relate to every word he says. Sometimes I disagree with the lyrics – I don’t worship him like a god. I admire¬†the band immensely as one of the bands that influenced my teenage years.

I liked that Ronnie asked the audience to sing parts of the songs with him. That is because I knew every song except for one of them (because it’s new).

This was their first show in Canada!

Pierce the Veil

  • King For a Day
  • Bulletproof Love
  • Bulls in the Bronx
  • Caraphernelia
  • Circles
  • Stay Away From My Friends
  • The Divine Zero (and more)

I stood in the area in front of¬†Tony Perry but I have no complaints because he’s really cute. LOL.

I am happy to have experienced PTV’s first performance with a pianist: Jaime!

Final/closing thoughts:

I HAD A TON OF FUN! Age, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, physical appearance, and personal life events did not matter, which made the whole thing even more awesome.

Thank you everyone for your support once again

For those of you wondering why I have not been blogging recently, it’s because I was experiencing issues with my physical health. I am starting to feel¬†a little better.

I went bowling yesterday. I think bowling is meaningful. It’s fun and if you are ever frustrated, I think bowling helps clear your mind. I broke a finger nail but I’ll¬†have¬†them shorter next time haha.

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Drawn by me