And Okasan said “You’re a nerd after all aren’t you?” Then she changed the channel, the show had nothing to do with Gundam so she didn’t have to change it, I said nothing out loud but in my head I was sort of pouting. “Hey, let me be a nerd in peace.”
Some of the models on display in the cafe…you also see the reflection of Conner in these pictures lol.
This is their current menu…they were focusing on 00
Me outside of the Gundam Cafe…the sun helped melt snow.
One of two Gundams outside of the cafe
The first of two Gundams outside of the cafe, they don’t want you to stand too close to it…or to touch it…I think possibly both.
The Odaiba Gundam in the eveing, it’s cool because it’s lit up.
To show how the back of it looks…
You can’t see me that well, but I am there saluting, this was for fun and also so you can see it’s size compared to people…lol
This is me next to Amuro at the Gundam museum…I have the other characters and a few other pictures taken there that I can post later assuming people like the pictures I took and won’t get tired of seeing me and my friend next to Gundam Wing and a few other characters lol.
So sexy and epic!!^-^
Why Duo Maxwell?
Cause he is the coolest American I’ll ever know and because I have too many Gundam Wing feels right now… and I dunno…I think he’d do a good job… ((No he’s probably too laid back…))
You shouldn’t even have to ask that… lol…
Don’t take this seriously I am just mumbling about things…being an Otaku…yeah…
When I realized I learned the first Kanji in Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch… ‘Han’… it means violation and I was staring at the board…”HEY…I’ve seen that…it’s the first part of rebellion in the Code Geass title” I was giddy for the next two hours or so over that little fact… such a Code Geass Otaku… now just to learn the 2nd Kanji…. *sighs* no more Kanji this semester so I’ll have to look it up on my own -_-.
We also ate Mochi :3…and yesterday one of my classmates was required to bring manga in because she needed the class to see a visual of modern manga…also found out almost everyone in my Modern East Asian Civ. class reads manga…she had us raise our hands if we read manga… oh the amount of hands was liberating!
P.S.: Here’s the Japanese tittle if you haven’t seen it… the first Kanji you see (after the ス is the one we learned in class..)