Thursday, March 29, 2012

Tokyo 2012: Day 3

Like, I totally forgot to blog about my Tokyo trip. -__-
Click here and here for Day 1, here for Day 2, here for Tokyo shopping hauls, and here for random outfit pictures.

Let's just gingerly side-step that fact, and I am going to continue as if I never stopped k! Photo diary for (a small part of) Day 3:

Maybe I will come back and caption these pictures... Let me know if you want me to! ;)


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Recently, there is all this buzz about a viral video of a girl being really upset at her boyfriend (I blogged about it here). Are you curious why? There are a couple of possibilities:

1) Scenario 1

2) Scenario 2

3) Scenario 3

Which one do you think has caused the misunderstanding?

Either way, I am going to take a wild guess and say that a call probably would have eliminated any uncertainties, and thus avoid any possible misunderstandings.

To stress the importance of making a call, 31 March is actually Make That Call Day – a day to connect and communicate! Think of it as a special day to appreciate the special people in our lives and this can be accomplished with a simple phone call to tell them how special they are.

I have an idea of who I want to call on that day. What about you? Who will you be picking up the phone to call on 31 March? ;)

PS: Find out more about the ending of the videos here! Super drama wan!

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ally said...

Mission to redeem yourselves fashion wise in Tokyo - ACCOMPLISHED.

Kim L said...

me love your leopard fur jacket :) great pictures, as usual

accidental encounters

mustardqueen said...

that was the Gotemba day right? Thinking back I must be mental. Shorts and 2 layers of tights to cover my legs. That day was cray cold. D:

revel in me said...

ally: Haha, that's such a nice thing to say! Thank you. <3

kim: Thank you! I've always wanted to own one, hehe.

mustardqueen: YES!!! You were practically naked wtf


aw, looks you having fun right there <3

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