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#1 | Back to Top01-21-2007 09:22:01 AM

Epi_lepsia
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Reasons for being happy

I've got a fantastic surprise this morning: the best friend of my mother who lives in usa, is now in here for one month n___n and you know what she brought me for present?

http://img167.imageshack.us/img167/980/image01225dr.jpg

Oh yeah etc-wankgirletc-wankgirl 25 pairs of different kind of pop tarts, all for me.

We have posted many things that happend to us in the past, and many things that worry us... why not posting things that have make us smile?

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Smile.

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#2 | Back to Top01-21-2007 12:37:07 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

W00t! Pop-tarts! I like the brown sugar cinnamon kind! And the blueberry.... Okay, I like all of them!

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#3 | Back to Top01-21-2007 12:47:50 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

I LOVE your shirt. Where'd you get it?

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#4 | Back to Top01-21-2007 01:49:09 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

I made it by myself n_n i love to custom my t-shirts etc-love

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#5 | Back to Top01-21-2007 02:31:21 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Custom shirts are awesome.

Anyway. I'm happy because I spent all day shaking my ass to bad rap music and not doing anything important. Also, I got to see a cute girl eating my favourite snack foodlike product.


Hinotori made this post, and then went back and changed it later. Such is life.


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#6 | Back to Top01-21-2007 08:28:23 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

I'm happy because I finally found not one, but two posters with Shiori on it. emot-keke
http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a133/RzMule/TeamRose.jpg
I like this picture, but I ruined it for myself by thinking of that old Team Rocket motto every time I see it.
Both: "We're back to back, and prepared for trouble, watch your step, or we'll make it double."
Shiori: "Shiori."
Juri: "Juri."
Shiori: "Team Rocket, blasting off at the speed of light."
Juri: "Surrender now or prepare to fight."
Ruka: "Ruka, that's right!"
I hope that I said that right. I don't remember much about Pokemon, but that's what popped into my head one day. e_e
http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a133/RzMule/ShioriKozueKanae.jpg
I love this picture... Shiori, Kozue, and Kanae. What's not to like? Especially in those spiffy duelist uniforms of theirs. :3


I'm also happy because you almost look like a girl to me in that picture. emot-biggrin (I'll get the hang of this eventually!)

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#7 | Back to Top01-22-2007 06:36:13 AM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Hee, I'm happy because I just discovered that my father -- whom I haven't seen in almost a year -- is moving to Paris in less than a month. So now I have even MORE reasons to go and bum around France, particularly when my contract is up at the end of March whee! emot-dance And I also got my Muse concert tickets to for Parc de Princes in June, so things are pretty cool for me right now. ...well, except for the fact that je ne parle pas français. emot-mad Although I have discovered that as long as you make a point of telling Parisians that you're not British, they'll happily speak English to you. Never mind that at least seventy percent of New Zealanders are English by descent. school-devil


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#8 | Back to Top01-22-2007 07:09:51 AM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Clarice wrote:

Hee, I'm happy because I just discovered that my father -- whom I haven't seen in almost a year -- is moving to Paris in less than a month.

HOLY CHRIST.

I'm going to Paris ASAP and staying with you.

Or at least figure out the good places to eat for me? emot-keke Where the best cheesemongers are? I need local connections dammit.

In Paris is it better to be British or American. Or Canadian? emot-frown I don't want Parisian spit in my food, even if what I've seen of American tourists in Europe pretty well deserves it...


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#9 | Back to Top01-22-2007 08:40:28 AM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Wowowowow, calm down! Paris isn't that amazing as you think >_< it's dirty and smells horrible, everything it's so expensive and people aren't kind at all ;_;...

But yeah, good reasons for being happy 8D

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#10 | Back to Top01-22-2007 08:54:26 AM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Giovanna wrote:

HOLY CHRIST.

I'm going to Paris ASAP and staying with you.

Or at least figure out the good places to eat for me? emot-keke Where the best cheesemongers are? I need local connections dammit.

In Paris is it better to be British or American. Or Canadian? emot-frown I don't want Parisian spit in my food, even if what I've seen of American tourists in Europe pretty well deserves it...

Mwahaha, I wish my dad was going to be there longer -- he's got three months there, and then he and my mother are moving to Montréal for six months or so...so I shall be turning up in Canada too. emot-tongue What I find really interesting, actually, is that apparently New Zealanders don't need visas to work in France as long as they don't do it for more than three months. They only realised this when my father's company discovered all the Australians couldn't do the same thing. Apparently it's because the French blew up the Rainbow Warrior way back when, and then tried to make it up to us by inviting us to work in a country in which most of us don't speak the language. Heh. International politics are so much fun.

I don't know what it's better to be in France, really. You don't want to be British -- all those wars and whatnot -- but I am not sure about Americans. Canadians I imagine they don't mind, in the same way they don't mind Aussies and Kiwis. Heh, I was watching this Jon Stewart interview with Bernard-Henri Lévy about a year ago and laughing at the exchange over clichés in terms of Americans in France.

Jon: ...when you say clichés, you mean in terms of, let's say, an obnoxious fat American in Bermuda shorts and a camera, maybe taking a leak near the Eiffel Tower. That would be the cliché. And then on the other side, perhaps, surrendering to someone with a fake gun.
[audience laughs]
Bernie: ...I...did not get the point. Please, pity a poor Frenchman who is not so familiar with American humour, I did not get the point.
Jon: ...can I tell you something?
Bernie: Yes.
Jon: You missed nothing.

I etc-love Jon Stewart. He also makes me happy. But my love for him probably belongs on IFD. etc-wankgirl

Epi_lepsia wrote:

Wowowowow, calm down! Paris isn't that amazing as you think >_< it's dirty and smells horrible, everything it's so expensive and people aren't kind at all ;_;...

But yeah, good reasons for being happy 8D

Oh, I've been to Paris before -- I found it perfectly lovely, actually. And the same with the people -- they were lovely to me, and tried their damndest to help me out although my French doesn't extend much beyond "Je voudrais un croissant, s'il vous plaît!" As I said, I think it helped that I pointed out I wasn't British (it's a sad fact, but the French and the British are as bad as Australians and New Zealanders when it comes to "WTF YOU SUCK!" stakes...), and that I was generally polite. Also, I apparently have this air about me that makes people think I'm NOT a tourist, because every time I am in a European country someone comes up and asks me for directions in whatever the language is and I look lost and have to say: "...er, not only do I NOT live here, I don't even speak whatever language that is..." Heh. emot-tongue

ETA: I fixed the link. That is the cutest Frenchman ever. I wonder what my daddy will say if I tried and jump him in Paris. emot-tongue

Last edited by Clarice (01-22-2007 12:09:42 PM)


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#11 | Back to Top01-22-2007 09:21:52 AM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Epi_lepsia wrote:

Paris isn't that amazing as you think >_< it's dirty and smells horrible, everything it's so expensive and people aren't kind at all ;_;...

That's what everyone says about New York City. And I love New York City. emot-smile Apparently smelly dirty expensive cities populated with assholes suit me. emot-keke

Clarice wrote:

I etc-love Jon Stewart. He also makes me happy. But my love for him probably belongs on IFD. etc-wankgirl

Oh god yes. etc-love He's adorable and funny. etc-love etc-love etc-love

Clarice wrote:

Oh, I've been to Paris before -- I found it perfectly lovely, actually. And the same with the people -- they were lovely to me, and tried their damndest to help me out although my French doesn't extend much beyond "Je voudrais un croissant, s'il vous plaît!"

I suspect you get more out of people utterly mauling their language but making a noble attempt than speaking English and expecting English back. I know I find it adorable when people who clearly don't speak English start spouting off in thick European accents. emot-keke

Clarice wrote:

I apparently have this air about me that makes people think I'm NOT a tourist, because every time I am in a European country someone comes up and asks me for directions

Ohhhohoho. Hay Yasha, sound familiar? emot-tongue


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#12 | Back to Top01-22-2007 09:38:18 AM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Epi_lepsia wrote:

Oh yeah etc-wankgirletc-wankgirl 25 pairs of different kind of pop tarts, all for me.

I didn't even know there was 25 different kinds...

~

What has made me happy?

Hmm...

Hum ho...

Err...

I saw Casino Royale the other day.

And... uhh... err... I... got my allowance?

Yay... $30.  I feel grossly underpaid.


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#13 | Back to Top01-22-2007 09:43:54 AM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Giovanna wrote:

Clarice wrote:

I apparently have this air about me that makes people think I'm NOT a tourist, because every time I am in a European country someone comes up and asks me for directions

Ohhhohoho. Hay Yasha, sound familiar? emot-tongue

Yes, dear. Do you think we should adopt her, or just say she's a long lost relative?


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#14 | Back to Top01-22-2007 12:21:26 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Giovanna wrote:

That's what everyone says about New York City. And I love New York City. emot-smile Apparently smelly dirty expensive cities populated with assholes suit me. emot-keke

I need to go to NYC, dammit. I have mastered the le Paris Metro and the London Underground; next on the list? THE NEW YORK CITY SUBWAY. Besides, I need to go see a taping of The Daily Show. etc-loveetc-loveetc-love Jon!!! etc-loveetc-loveetc-love

Giovanna wrote:

I suspect you get more out of people utterly mauling their language but making a noble attempt than speaking English and expecting English back. I know I find it adorable when people who clearly don't speak English start spouting off in thick European accents. emot-keke

Personally I love the way Japanese people, when you walk past them in Japan, occasionally shout to you: "HERRO!" Or "HERRO HOW ARE YOU I AM FINE SANK YOU!!!" So cute. (And they say the same about us when we attempt to be polite with "Itadakimasu!!!") I also work with two Polish and one Lithuanian pharmacist, and they are so much fun. If I was working for them longer I'd be getting them to teach me to swear. cool But yes, the French actually don't mind you totally mangling their language, if you are trying. My problem is that I have the habit of picking up other accents (to the point that today, when I had to flash my New Zealand driver's license as ID to a Royal Mail worker, he said: "You're not a New Zealander, why do you have a New Zealand driver's licence?" emot-frown). A native French speaker who was walking me through the Gare du Nord laughed when I said "Non!" to a solicitor who asked: "Do you speak English?" and said: "You sounded French, nice one!" And then whenever I try my baby schoolgirl French on unsuspecting bakery staff they speak back way too fast, like they think I am fluent because I faked it too well. emot-mad And this AFTER I hear them speaking slow for the tourist in front of me. emot-mad

Yasha wrote:

Giovanna wrote:

Clarice wrote:

I apparently have this air about me that makes people think I'm NOT a tourist, because every time I am in a European country someone comes up and asks me for directions

Ohhhohoho. Hay Yasha, sound familiar? emot-tongue

Yes, dear. Do you think we should adopt her, or just say she's a long lost relative?

Maybe I'm your delayed twin? I believe I was born about a month after you... emot-tongue

Last edited by Clarice (01-22-2007 12:24:48 PM)


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#15 | Back to Top01-22-2007 12:41:22 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Clarice wrote:

I need to go to NYC, dammit. I have mastered the le Paris Metro and the London Underground; next on the list? THE NEW YORK CITY SUBWAY. Besides, I need to go see a taping of The Daily Show. etc-loveetc-love<3Jon!!!etc-loveetc-loveetc-love

Oh god, I love you. You mentioned the subway. etc-love etc-love etc-love You have to go to NY when Yasha and I are there, we knows us the subway. (Yay 6 train! etc-love) We also knows us the eats. (I dream about Tomoe...) As for TDS...I'm so there. Although we may make a scene rushing the stage trying to rape Jon. school-devil

If you do have the NERVE (emot-mad) to go to the city without us, do post a thread. I can yap for hours in a highly elitist manner about what you should do in NYC. emot-biggrin

Clarice wrote:

Yasha wrote:

Yes, dear. Do you think we should adopt her, or just say she's a long lost relative?

Maybe I'm your delayed twin? I believe I was born about a month after you... emot-tongue

Labor musta been rough for our mother. emot-gonk Especially since you were born 2 years before me...

What makes me happy is being in NY. I'm not in NY. emot-frown

I just want a decent cannoli. emot-frown And to hear sirens as I drift to sleep. emot-frown


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#16 | Back to Top01-22-2007 12:55:42 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Reasons?

Uhm... food! I live only for food!


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#17 | Back to Top01-22-2007 01:01:13 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Sey wrote:

I live only for food!

http://i133.photobucket.com/albums/q60/mrsakioohtori/103_sm.jpg

etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love


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#18 | Back to Top01-22-2007 01:13:56 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Giovanna wrote:

Oh god, I love you. You mentioned the subway. etc-love etc-love etc-love You have to go to NY when Yasha and I are there, we knows us the subway. (Yay 6 train! etc-love) We also knows us the eats. (I dream about Tomoe...) As for TDS...I'm so there. Although we may make a scene rushing the stage trying to rape Jon. school-devil If you do have the NERVE (emot-mad) to go to the city without us, do post a thread. I can yap for hours in a highly elitist manner about what you should do in NYC. emot-biggrin

For someone who grew up in a country where "public transport" is about as reliable as a Lada, I ended up really adoring subways. And tramways. And trains. Buses, however, are Satan and must be avoided at all costs! emot-mad But yes. Jon will need to FEAR US when we get into his studio. school-devil And at this stage I am closer to going to York, rather than NEW York. I've never been to York, either, and it's like...an hour and a half away. [headdesk] But yes, I shall ask for advice! I have the urge to go in April, but that really depends on what my sister wants to do after I go pick her up from home.

Giovanna wrote:

What makes me happy is being in NY. I'm not in NY. emot-frown

The city that makes me happiest is Edinburgh. Old castles, hot Scots, whisky, ghosts, and IT'S SCOTLAND DAMMIT. emot-gonk I think I must be Scottish somewhere back there. Or Irish. Either way I like living in cold damp places, eating potatos, and drinking. I just can't be a lapsed Catholic because I was never one to begin with. emot-tongue


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#19 | Back to Top01-22-2007 06:06:23 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

And suddenly this thread is full of etc-wankgirl

I want to go to NYC with Clarice and Gio! emot-gonk


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#20 | Back to Top01-22-2007 06:25:24 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Giovanna wrote:

Sey wrote:

I live only for food!

http://i133.photobucket.com/albums/q60/ … 103_sm.jpg

etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love etc-love

My best friend is trying to convince her fiancee to have a cannoli cake instead of a traditional wedding cake. emot-keke The first time she ever had one was when she went out to dinner with my family, and my dad refused to believe that it was possible to make it to 16 without ever having had a cannoli.

Yeah, well, she's British, and lived in an African boarding school. There's not much in either place when it comes to decent food. Not Italian decent anyway.

I'm happy, because my parents are planning on going to New York for a couple weeks over the summer, and they've offered to buy me a ticket if I can get the vacation time! Yaay, oh yaay, Chelsea Market, Grand Central Station, Murray's Cheese Shop, Pannochli, and all my dad's family (who are incredibly wealthy and always give me cash whenever I see them) emot-dance emot-dance emot-dance

Now, hopefully, I can get the time off.

Also, I bought my plane ticket for my trip to Seattle to go see the bf. emot-biggrin emot-biggrin emot-biggrin Why don't we have a sex icon? Although this is the only place I know with a  masturbation one, so that's something. He wants to go to Vancouver for a day, but, although I want to, I don't feel like doing all that driving, nor do I have a passport. I do, however, have a burning need to go to Saloomi. etc-wankgirl etc-wankgirl


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#21 | Back to Top01-22-2007 07:03:11 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Maybe we should just try and arrange a meet in NYC or something. I know I'd love to see you guys there, and if we're all already going... or really, really really wanting to... we might be able to do it.


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#22 | Back to Top01-22-2007 07:20:40 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Yasha wrote:

Maybe we should just try and arrange a meet in NYC or something. I know I'd love to see you guys there, and if we're all already going... or really, really really wanting to... we might be able to do it.

I'll be there the first week of April in the middle of the week. It's Spring Break.

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#23 | Back to Top01-22-2007 07:30:56 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

I am happy because I proved my mother wrong about whether brown or white sugar makes a better creme brulee topping and mine totally turned out ten million times better than hers. So I'm pridefully pleased.

I also think NYC sounds loads of fun. I've always wanted to ride the real subway. We just have the L here, which does actually go underground also but everyone pretends it doesn't? No one calls it the subway during those bits, regardless. (But the whole system is probably fairly similar and I probably will be really disappointed when I actually do ride the NYC subway...oh well.)

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#24 | Back to Top01-22-2007 07:40:36 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

morosemocha wrote:

Chelsea Market, Grand Central Station, Murray's Cheese Shop, Pannochli

Holy shit you win. The problem with Chelsea Market is not having a kitchen to cook in. emot-gonk

Also, Saloomi...is that by any chance the place Batali's dad runs?

Potential NYC IRG meet

emot-frown emot-frown emot-frown
But I'm crippled... emot-frown

And apparently will be staying that way a lot longer than I'd planned. emot-mad

It'd be incredible if you guys did something over the spring...spring is a perfect time to be in NYC, the weather's gorgeous. Just take lots of photos for me! emot-biggrin

Nessy wrote:

(But the whole system is probably fairly similar and I probably will be really disappointed when I actually do ride the NYC subway...oh well.)

The NYC subway has a culture all its own, unless you're blind, stupid, or wearing an iPod, it's hard to think it's like anything else. emot-smile


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#25 | Back to Top01-22-2007 07:47:47 PM

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Re: Reasons for being happy

Nessy wrote:

(But the whole system is probably fairly similar and I probably will be really disappointed when I actually do ride the NYC subway...oh well.)
The NYC subway has a culture all its own, unless you're blind, stupid, or wearing an iPod, it's hard to think it's like anything else. emot-smile

The Washington DC subway is so super clean, very civilized. All the cars have comfortable padded seats and wall to wall carpet. Um, the New York subway was quite a shock for me, even though I'd heard about it.

Giovanna wrote:

But I'm crippled...
And apparently will be staying that way a lot longer than I'd planned.

Crippled?? What's up?

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