Taiwan Daily Short Report# 11
I am back~(>.<) Sorry for not posting anything new for 2 days, was kind of busy these days with other stuff like spending the whole day in a figure shop (^0^) LOL.
Went to 莫古里(mokuri) yesterday and spent the whole day there. I was going to take some picture of what is inside the shop, but the owner wouldn’t let me no matter what I said…FAIL! (>.<) When I was in Mokuri I wanted to buy a lot of things, since it’s my first time time buying figures, but considering that I have to take the bus home I decided to just buy a few and go back there again someday in the future.
My first trip to the figure I bought PredAlien from the movie ANP2.
Funny how my parent keep saying toys are for kids when the box for PredAlien said 17+, LOL
I also bought my first figma Rin and Len. Mokuri sell them as a set, you can buy them separately too, but it’s gonna cost more.
I was gonna buy Haruhi as my first figma but after seeing Rin, everything changed.
as for Len…I don’t think Rin will be happy if I bought her and didn’t bought her brother. (=.=)
I’m planning on opening Rin and Len when I get back to America since it’s safer to pack that way. I know I could put them back into their box after playing with them too, but just in case that I don’t remember how to put them back in exactly the way they were, I decided to leave them alone till I get back to the US. As for PredAlien, I don’t plan on opening it at all. American toys are more valuable when they are unopen. I’m just gonna hang the box on the wall of my room for display (^.^)
I’m going to do a figure/figma review when I get back to the USA, so bare with me ok.
On the other hand, I told you guys before that I live on the 26th floor, and the view is great right? But I have never show you a picture…so here it is!
After taking so many pictures of views and figures, I am starting to think that I need to buy a better camera…since the camera I have right now suck ass… (=.=)
This is pretty random, but here is what I ate for lunch today, LOL
A cup of milk, pudding, meat bun, and a “high class” cup noodle.