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Okay, so I'm not on my way out to a 2 am rock concert in JAPAN like I was at this time last year. But Drummer Dude across the alley is obviously still awake. Close enough! I could always add some rock violin of my own, I guess. XD

Happy New Year, all. ♥
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Okay, so I'm not on my way out to a 2 am rock concert in JAPAN like I was at this time last year. But Drummer Dude across the alley is obviously still awake. Close enough! I could always add some rock violin of my own, I guess. XD

Happy New Year, all. ♥
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Apparently having a job sucks out all my will to flail around on LJ, but last time I managed to compare the Hunger Games trilogy to shoujo manga, and I feel that a little bit of organized crazy goes a long way.

But the job is going okay, mostly, and sometimes funny things happen. And this happened a few weeks ago:

ADORABLY GAY GUY: *buys Clockwork Angel*
ME: Oooh, I read that recently.
ADORABLY GAY GUY: Yeah? How was it?
ME: It’s... well, it’s Cassandra Clare does Victorian London.
ADORABLY GAY GUY: I think I am okay with that!
ME: I think I am also okay with that!
ME: Come back some time! I desperately need people to talk to! Hardly anyone around here will admit to even knowing what fandom is!

I've been really tired lately, and then the night before last I came down with a cold and spent yesterday lying around with a tissue box handy. It wasn't so bad, though, because somehow my lumpy futon and blanket took me back to the last time I was sick, in Kyoto of the wondrous futons. I feel all warm just thinking about it. And today I started reading Goodbye Tsugumi by Banana Yoshimoto, and it starts in a traditional inn, and it takes me back there so clearly. The futons. The tiny crunching sounds of the pillows. The yukata. *tears up*

Anyway, you don't need to read about me going all sentimental. I also got lots of drama-watching done, because what else was I going to do stuck in bed all day? I'm almost done with the first season of Merlin and seriously considering giving the Vampire Diaries another shot. I caught up on Sungkyunkwan Scandal, and it is SO GOOD. I really shouldn't frontload my currently-airing list with Monday-Tuesday dramas, though, because now I have to wait the whole rest of the week for my fusion shenanigans and my JOKER fix. *pouts* GIVE ME MY JOKER FINALE, I NEED IT!

And then I completely over-analyzed the ending of Disney's Mulan, just because I could.
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Apparently having a job sucks out all my will to flail around on LJ, but last time I managed to compare the Hunger Games trilogy to shoujo manga, and I feel that a little bit of organized crazy goes a long way.

But the job is going okay, mostly, and sometimes funny things happen. And this happened a few weeks ago:

ADORABLY GAY GUY: *buys Clockwork Angel*
ME: Oooh, I read that recently.
ADORABLY GAY GUY: Yeah? How was it?
ME: It’s... well, it’s Cassandra Clare does Victorian London.
ADORABLY GAY GUY: I think I am okay with that!
ME: I think I am also okay with that!
ME: Come back some time! I desperately need people to talk to! Hardly anyone around here will admit to even knowing what fandom is!

I've been really tired lately, and then the night before last I came down with a cold and spent yesterday lying around with a tissue box handy. It wasn't so bad, though, because somehow my lumpy futon and blanket took me back to the last time I was sick, in Kyoto of the wondrous futons. I feel all warm just thinking about it. And today I started reading Goodbye Tsugumi by Banana Yoshimoto, and it starts in a traditional inn, and it takes me back there so clearly. The futons. The tiny crunching sounds of the pillows. The yukata. *tears up*

Anyway, you don't need to read about me going all sentimental. I also got lots of drama-watching done, because what else was I going to do stuck in bed all day? I'm almost done with the first season of Merlin and seriously considering giving the Vampire Diaries another shot. I caught up on Sungkyunkwan Scandal, and it is SO GOOD. I really shouldn't frontload my currently-airing list with Monday-Tuesday dramas, though, because now I have to wait the whole rest of the week for my fusion shenanigans and my JOKER fix. *pouts* GIVE ME MY JOKER FINALE, I NEED IT!

And then I completely over-analyzed the ending of Disney's Mulan, just because I could.

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