Also Malky won the naming prize; I’m calling her Tibia (or Tibs for short)
Mr. Jinbei you’re not a marriageable young lady, you can’t eat this cake
Karaoke with the lobster
Karaoke with the lobster
Selfies with the lobster
I won a fucking lobster
What do I name it
Japanese food culture’s pretty interesting, though my secondhand perspective of it might not be the best standpoint to try explain it from (that and I’m bad at concise explanations in general haha)
Chinese and Korean influences are pretty ubiquitous (ramen and yakiniku restaurants), they’ve been so ubiquitous for so long though there’s invariably been shifts in style to suit the Japanese palate (again, no experience with cuisine outside Japan so pinches of salt). There are probably more ramen stores in this little rural town I live in than sushi places. For reference I guess
Anyway I need to skidoo to the shop, this whole train of thought was sparked by needing ham/greens for fried rice
wait miso soup is just an accompaniment? I usually just eat it alone…
Yeah, normally you’d have a bowl of rice and some kind of protein source or another (an egg roll or the like); that’d be a traditional Japanese breakfast. Supplement as you like with seasonal fruit, yoghurt, thick-ass toast, or more contemporary fare.It’s mostly salt; you really only need a little bowl of the stuff in accompaniment to other dishes
I’ve always found it funny because I only picked up around five recipes from my parents
Of the stuff I picked off mum, I’m best at gyoza, mapo nasu, and fried rice
These are all Chinese dishes (although I do know how to make miso soup but that’s an accompaniment? Not a meal?)
So I’m in a Pokemon tabletop game and my character Theo has the Photographer class, except I’m homebrewing it so they draw field notes of things instead.
They just got a side(?)quest to recover a kid’s trainer ID, which a mystery Pokemon stole off him as part of a mysterious mugging.
Theo’s tentative theory is that it’s a feral Chansey.
First spider I’ve seen this year! Tiny little jumper
1. What do you want to do in the future? 2. How will you do that?
"1) I want to be a doctor.
2) I will be a GOD”
Corgi statues in New Zealand. Here’s a little info on them: NZCorgis
OK. TruFax. Saddest story ever.
I went to New Zealand. I went to Christchurch and hunted around JUST TO SEE THESE STATUES. And I was going to put Mini-Pudge with them and put tiaras on the corgis. I don’t know, for reasons.
BUT THEY ARE GONE! I took a picture of mini-Pudge where the statues used to be. I was so, so sad for this and other reasons.
Christchurch is totally devastated status post earthquake. So many blocks were behind tall fences. So many buildings collapsed. I hope that they rebuild and that the corgis are back by now, but I haven’t heard any updates.
Are there any corgi fans on South Island who can go check on the status on the bronze corgi statues?
Ex-Christchurchian here; I had always been under the impression they’d been looted and melted down during the quake, but this source says the city council recovered them.