Hanging out at TZ for the DDR competition on Saturday was funs, it is quite odd to see the mass of ddr players all in one place :D we had 16 ppl enter the competition and quite a few spectators.
OF course I did not win, in fact I did not get past the first level of qualifying, although I got seeded roughly in the middle, which makes me feel like I'm not completely crap. Playing Sels in the 1st round was not very cool though, cos she is my friend, and neither of us like to play on the right.
I still had fun tho, Mr Cats entered the competition too :D and in one of the rounds, both players got the same score down to 1/100th of a percent. That hardly ever happens as you might imagine :D
Seeing quite a few old players enter was cool, and I was happy cos we convinced Wess to enter at the last minute, and he made it almost to the end :D win
Cuddled up on the couch with Mr Cats and watched Summer Wars with Korean and English subtitles and played spot the differences in a couple places (since I can't actually read Korean, but I noticed that a couple dates did not match up o-o;) while eating yummy chocolates that my parents gave me that morning ^_^;; *fattie*
Started Sunday with a chocolatey Lush soap and a lemony yoghurt facemask *oh so girly XD* Sometimes I like to do girly things and do makeup and facemasks and play dress up, other days I'm much more boring and give up after pulling a brush through my hair and picking a Tshirt off the floor >_>:;;
~Fantastic Mr. Fox~
Then went to Regent with the couple people who decided that watching a kids' movie is a reasonable thing to do with their time.
I have to say that I expected it to be fairly good, and it was better. I really enjoyed the stop motion animation, the way you could tell that it was a bit lazy in some places just made it awesomer for me really. I'm becoming more and more of a CGA snob, but I think it might be ok.
Simply going to Regent is quite nice in itself, because it is small and quiet and you don't get noisy or rude people sitting next to you. The less flash seats and smaller screens don't bother me one bit.
~Burgers and Beer~
Ended up to get burgers for dinner. A few more people have joined us for that :D The food was good, I think they have the best buns I've had at a burger place, but the lack of plates was inconvenient; a nice experience overall.
The bison head over the entrance looked fuzzy and cuddly and it made me a little sad. I should go in and take a photo of it one day. It is ~biiiig~
Eating hot chips for the first time in at least a year was odd. They are nice, but sooo greasy. I find it a bit amusing how food tastes so much more greasy to me now, but I still eat it >_>
Hmm typos/spelling mistakes on the menu and the images were stretched u-u;; that was a bit of a let down.
~Tiger Man~Spotted a cool grafiti on my way to TZ (need the dancing after the burger and chips yeah :D) and climbed through a hole in the fence to take a pic of it :D
I wonder if there is going to be some kind of festival for Chinese New Year this year. I think I'd like to do something special. I definitely need to get out more.
~Recorder man and bag man~
It really makes me wonder who the bus exchange girl is based on, cos she is really cute on the street art, so she must be really cool irl too. I'd like to see her. Honestly though it is impossible to tell from the drawing whether she is young or old, sane or unkempt. Who is the letter to? maybe she is just going to the post office to pay the bills, but that would not be very romantic...
And I would like to see street art of the Radio guy pop up somewhere too :D