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Archive for February, 2010

Party in my tummy

Saturday, February 27th, 2010

My tummy hurts. I think it’s from eating too much and the change in cigs. I switched to Larks that only have 1mg of tar. Boyf is trying to quit smoking and made me stop as well. Except I don’t feel like stopping yet.

Had dinner with my host family today at some expensive looking place.

And before that, I ate tacos with my friends and drank a little over half a shot of hot sauce in exchange for Eyobe paying for my food. 5 bucks might not be worth doing that. It was awful! And I wasn’t allowed to drink water for 6 minutes!


Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

Reiko is pregnant! Reiko is Kenji’s wife. Kenji is the guy that I teach English to. So awesome!

The fact that our lesson was cancelled sucks cause that’s $40 that I don’t get to earn. But let’s not be greedy — after all, she’s pregnant! Yay!

I adore her two little kids. So her pregnant is an uber good thing.

I finally told Matsui about Nori (the new boyfriend in case you guys don’t know yet) and he kept laughing all throughout. According to Matsui, I think like a guy. Lol. Yay?


Saturday, February 20th, 2010

I just wanna gush at how hot the boy at the leftmost is with his hair like that. It’s an old picture. I hope he styles it like that again!

My valentine

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

For valentine’s day in Japan, the girls are the ones who are supposed to give guys chocolates.

So anyway, the day before vday, Nori calls me up drunk and says, “Give me chocolates tomorrow.” And I was asking him what chocolates he wants and he tells me that he’s not actually a big fan of chocolates.

Talk about weird.

Anyway, since we both like drinking, I told him that I’ll give him a bottle of Jack Daniels instead. Which is expensive, mind you.

And so the night of vday, after I got off work at 9:30 at night, I go to Jingu Nishi station and he was waiting for me by the train station wicket.

I had dinner at his apartment. It was the first time that he had dinner with his parents since he came back from Cambodia and his mom was worried about him I guess. The food was awesome. The alcohol was too.

Minus the fact that I was totally and shamelessly still drunk (or hungover, pick one) the next day. And mind you — I had 2 finals that I didn’t study for.