I must be doing something right!
My co-workers were getting excited over a kanji game for the DS. When I looked at it, I was pretty excited myself. I thought that since they were for Japanese people, there wasn't much use me getting one. I was wrong! They have settings for "younger players" too.
I've been playing it almost constantly -- it's so addictive! Since I started, I can write kanji that I used to just 'recognise by the general shape' in seconds. And you can win rainbow orbs!
What They Say: A very tricky kitty, indeed. Used most often as a key to bringing back the joy one needs to have in life in order for living to feel worthwhile. Brings back a sense of delight in simple pleasures, and creates a surge of childlike curiosity and a youthful sense of fun. This blend can also be used to reverse troublesome lesser crossings, create a playful air of catlike sexuality, and, because cats will be cats, it can also be used to throw minor, irritating or bothersome hexes, causing small amounts of chaos and disruption to your foes.
I couldn't smell this before, so here's a second opinion.
Bottle: It smells very sharp, like pine.
Skin: Something about it reminds me of Eclipse, since it has that darkly sweet undertone to it. Despite the description, it seems to have a very mild 'foodie' scent.
Dried: It's a very warm scent, like cinnamon and pine. I like it, although it fades fast. Does it bring good luck...? I had a rather nice, but not exceptional day today, although there were some high spots. Who knows?
(It's almost entirely used up now. I think I just have one more day left of it...)
What They Say: The scent of Irish coffee, dusty tomes and polished oakwood halls.
Bottle: Delicious! Very sweet.
Skin: This one also reminded me a little of of Eclipse. From the very beginning it smells so sweet and thick, although I wouldn't really describe it as a 'foodie' scent.
Dried: It starts off sweet and with a peculiar dark undertone. Later, it kind of smells like a warm, old museum. Gorgeous!
Can you use chopsticks?
Yes, with ease.
Yes, although not the "correct" way.
No, not at all.
I've never tried.
You unwrap a Mars bar, lay it on a plate and microwave it for thirty seconds. This is...
...no idea, but I'm going to have to try it now!
Chloe (WSB) x BPAL. Y/N?