: It’s super strange to see a map where the center of the world is not Europe, but I guess – it is what it is ..
Hello there !
I’d like to share some strange/paradox things I came across in Japan recently. Nothing too fancy, just enough to make you smile a bit (I hope!)
I think the basic point of considering something funny is the use of English. Correct grammar, correct spelling, but the meaning is chotto…. Not quite as a normal person would have expresses oneself.
Straight tea? But what if I’m gay? Anyway, probably meant no milk-no sugar, the whiskey kind of straight.
Random grandma in Shinjuku giving out leaflets about techno-satan. Beware!
“I shop therefore I rule” or “No more fashion victims” ? I am honestly confused, that’s harder to grasp that schroedinger’s cat
This tea cares about your well-being. Drink and you turn into a princess.
Heavy metal & Love? Hmmm , I sense a paradoxical lyric choice right here
So, I guess having a girlfriend was too hard for these guys..
Hm, not the best name choice for my soap…
Ok, so this just about an upside down poster in the middle of Shibuya. Alternative marketing maybe?
Hair salon “Touch me” – yes, it does sound a bit strange
My clock is broken, I had to be there by 25:00!
Just a blue statue in the middle of a pond in Tokyo University. You know, the usual stuff
-We have to decorate our shinto temple. -Why not use a French wine collection? -Great idea!
Last week was Semana Santa for Spain (and all Catholics). Sevilla celebrates it in a grandiose and magnificent way. Check out some interesting pictures from my trip there! I had fun being there — I hope you have fun mind-travelling there!
Belem, yum yum!
Ah~! Interesting fact alert!
In Portugal there’s this sweet called Belem. Resembles belleelene, don’t you think? Anyway, it’s cutesy and tasty and I ate about 3 of them in 15′. I bought them from a bakery at the end of the foot-walk in San Antonio, Portugal.