Big 27y'ol'annoying geek(not nerd-those guys wear glasses,which normally if cute makes them totally hot XD) painter, born and raised(kinda) in Lisbon, got stupid nicknames-some of which i take a lot of pride(Google,ahah...not kidding!) in...but normally respond to the basic "Annie"; am short,am of african descendance, am a girl, like people (but is fairly keen on the XX chromosome bearers,i.e raging gaaay!), love to eat, love to sleep,love comics(i told you i was a geek)Love pretty much anything that is pretty...or horror(again, geek...i can blurt stuff form horror movies for hours),am fond of cute frilly clothes,cute colorful clothes,classical cut clothes,nice sexycut clot...ok-i love clothes,i think you get it-and i can be pretty extreme on what i wear; and loooooove to show my unending will for speaking by posting huge walls of text if needed
Atm- trying to fight the anxiety of leaving my gf behind as i go for my MA in London...does anyone know any vacant spots in energy engineering in southern UK? O w O
-went to an almost useless networking event on campus- it wasn’t totally useless because we met a girl from our degree,and found out that we are eligible for the oyster student card and that we can complain about a teacher if they don’t answer our mails (huhuhuh!)
-cleaned like crazy because my ocd cleaning lady mode was over our kitchen. We now have all plates and tableware washed and cleaned, tomorrow: pots, pans and other cooking/baking stuff.AND glasses, don’t forget the glasses!
-saw foxes while waiting for the bus home. I literally screamed of joy because i’ve never seen a fox irl in my life.
-2h ago it started raining like hell, but now it’s as nothing ever happened. i knew the sun and all was only a welcome treat and then the fucked up weather would hit….hope it’s bearable
Another must-see when visiting Kyoto is Fushimi Inari, or the famous red gates. Fushimi Inari station is only a 5-minute train ride from Kyoto on the JR Nara line. From the station, the shrine is directly across the road and once you walk through the main grounds of the…
HUH, i ‘ve see this on tv!!!!(and mama jo went there with her hubby some days ago i guess,cus i saw a pic on fb,yeah)
Today I went to the cup noodle factory (& museum) in Osaka, Japan. It’s quite far out of the city, but after I read that you get to make your own cup noodle for 300¥ (£1.70/$2.90), I just had to go there. You go through the whole process of decorating a cup, adding the dry noodles, soup powder & your choice of 4 dry ingredients (I did pork, onion, garlic & decorative ducks). Then the cup is all sealed up (you even get to operate the machine to seal and fill it) and you pop it into an inflatable bubble bag with a red cord to take home with you!
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gonna go check some conferences on Illustration at my college.
it’s sunny, so i’m decking out *tho casually* today and i’m actually not sure of what i’m gonna wear- if the kimono print or the vintage cherries*but i’m more inclined for the kimono print,yeah.
gotta check how my hair looks, cuz after my virtual BC, i feel iffy with wearing it as it is, but i’ve been lazy enought not to do something else with it.Yesterday i decided at that did it and went on setting it for a semy stretch to assess length and texture. Lets see how it goes
And btw, me and le gf are going to Barcelona for Valentines/1y anniversary. It’s gonna happen!