Fang Talks

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28 08 11


Which is Japanese for “danger”, by the way. Also commonly used to tell someone to “look out”.

Had a hell of a great time yesterday. Met up with Sky, a long-time internet friend. Sene him in real life for the first time. Great fun, but kind of awkward. Ahwell.
Had to wait in line for the Cosplay Act Compo, it was getting delayed for some reason. Delayed by more than thirty minutes, urgh.
Also, pity we didn’t get to go to the karaoke. We didn’t have much time left to begin with, but the karaoke boot was completely programmed ’till half past eleven. We were already gone by then.

But hot damn, there were quite a lot of Homestuck cosplayers. Didn’t expect that, to be honest. AWESOME STUFF.
I also saw Terezi, Equius and Vriska, but didn’t get the chance to take their picture. Also heard there was a Dave running around, but didn’t see him. :C

We were supposed to go to that forest climbing thingy today, to celebrate my parent’s marriage 25th anniversary, but the weather was acting up. Instead we went out for dinner, ate pizza at Di Mama. Delicious!

That’ll be all for today. Look forward to the next Minecraft Monday tomorrow!
~ Fang


  • 30/08/2011 (2:33 AM)

    yes, that meetup must’ve been quite awkward at first. but meh, glad you had fun! and too bad you and your parents didn’t get to go because of the weather but pizza’s still good. :)

  • 29/08/2011 (6:52 PM)

    How did Homestuck get so popular?

  • Jay
    29/08/2011 (12:19 AM)

    congrats on your first…um…date! :D

  • 28/08/2011 (11:55 PM)

    good luck with your trip. You are very happy to have this kind of family, my parents divorced when I was 15 and you would never know how hard it was for me.

  • 28/08/2011 (9:45 PM)

    I am looking forward to it. An on-time congrats to your folks. Pizza is definitely better than forest climbing. Well, safer at least.

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