William (genkischuldich) wrote,

Train came back from the vets today. Not only has he been spayed now, the vet has opened his eyes to have a look at them. They kind of look like open wounds, but you can see beautiful amber orbs (haha :)) underneath. They look like they might close up again though, which will be very sad. Despite his eyes, the vet says he still can't see.

This was posted in useless_facts. Although their politics are shite and most correspondents for them need a sound beating, the Daily Mail sure seems to know a cute cat story when it sees it.

One more cat link to a quality cat macro website. Interestingly, they posted a Japanese one and revealed that Japanese cats speak Kansai-ben and use "ore" to refer to themselves. Just like English cats, they can't spell either.

I'm finally back to downloading anime. Well, just a little. I wanted to see "Darker than Black" and "Bokura no". I'm getting the last one on the advice(?) of Rue. Well, not so much advice as the fact that he said "plot twist". And really, that's all you need to say to make me watch a series.

I want Skullmaaaaaan to come out soon. Just say that out loud. SKULLMAAAAAAAAAN!! It's about a man with a skull for a head. Awesome, I say, awesome.

It was my first day of training today in Shinjuku. When it rains, even Shinjuku is beautiful...

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