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love this time of year; warm during the day and cool at night. Rainy
season hasn't started and the jungle humidity is still a couple of
months away. PLUS, people are starting to shed their winter clothes.
This reeeaaaallly old guy, he had to be in his eighties, came up out
of the subway yesterday, and was wearing a bright pink linen jacket,
dark purple linen pants, a white shirt, a poison green tie and had
his hair dyed red! FAAAAAABULOUS!
also the beginning of the work year, so all the university graduates,
so young and full of promise, are filling the trains to capacity.
There's nothing sexier than the well-barbered nape of a man's neck,
especially if it has jet black hair against creamy skin, rising up
out of a snowy white, starched dressed shirt, all wrapped up in a
navy blue suit! Mmm, mmm, mmm... I'm probably going to turn into one
of those pervy old gits who goes around licking people on public transportation!
actually happened to a friend of mine when she was standing on the
subway. She noticed a young, well dressed, good looking guy checking
her out and then went back to her book. When the hottie was exiting
the train, he leaned in close to my friend and licked her jaw just
below her ear! He turned around on the platform, flashed her a big
smile and winked (!) before disappearing into the crowd! Cheeky bugger!
Wish something like that would happen to me!!!
great thing about this season is that as it gets hotter, people start
wearing less and less. Former Prime Minister Koizumi introduced the
concept of "cool biz", which encourages men to get away
from the formal, de riguer Japanese office uniform of suit and tie.
They doff their jackets, and wear a short sleeved dress shirt, with
or without a tie. This way, offices can cut back on their air conditioning
and the employees are not going to stew alive in their own juices!
non sequitur here, but I think it's a good idea that if
people are wanting to get a pet, go to the shelters first. RECYCLE!
We have three rescue kitties; Sheni is 17 and the sisters, Mushka
and Yupi are 11. Don't know why I just thought of that. Maybe because
Mushka is sitting right beside my head!
we use for them is amazing and it's made from the leftover scum of
the tofu making process! The guy at the pet supply shop was really
excited when we switched over and he was all like, "You can even
EAT this it's so natural!" Alrighty then...
ago, when I lived in London Ontario, friends of mine had five indoor
cats. FIVE! The toilet issue could have been a nightmare, but they
were very clever and used a children's wading pool and
filled it with wood shavings they got FREE from a lumber company.
Smelled great, it was easy to pick out the poop, and when they needed
to get rid of it, they just sprinkled it in the garden or under the
hedges. Helped keep weeds away and eventually just composted itself
away. LItter to litter, dust to dust...
I've jumped the gun a bit with the warm weather attire and am coming
down with a spring cold. RATS!