As I didnt have a huge one on my first night, I woke up next day feeling
maybe it was because I got myself a tasty Yakult? Who knows? We may never know.......
That day, Sunday 15.5.11 I met Mish at Shibuya train station, we walked into Harajuku, found somewhere snazzy for lunch, shopped for a bit, then headed back to Hiro-o and suited up for a night at F Bar for
Runway For Japan after party.
'Twas a fine day 'n' night.
Recommended when Japanese food doesnt always say 'maybe yes'
So I met Mish and her PUPPY??!!! She's been livin in Tokyo for a year now, guess it was only a matter of time 'til she got her self a real dog that looks like a wind up toy dog thats based on a real dog.
Just kidding! It was some randoms dog.
Sorry Mish, ha.
Here's a make-up photo of you and me Mish where we both look like kooks. I got that vintage tee on Harajuku street in Harajuku (not just a clever name)
I totally understand the need (craving?) for eggs after being in Japan.
As its on 90% of every food served.
This is a beef taco salad,
I didnt feel the desire for egg just yet.....
These girls were all lining up outside a store with heaps of press all around.
I told Mish to get up there, she answered
Back at Tina's with our Chu-Hi Strong hands. 6% of alcohol 94% of lemon sugar.
2 of these and your dancing.
Shake the can then stop before the last mouth fall- its a douzy
F Bar in Azabu Juban.
Danny's Dj-ing, Mish and I are clearly feeling the music here.
Mish totally agreeing with whatever Tina said.
Tina's arm is so athletic, I'd be scared to meet her in a dark alley
Red seemed to be the colour scheme for the night. I was drinking vodka cranberrys, wearing a red dress, red lipstick, call me elle red if you will