Wednesday, 17 November 2010

Not as good as buying a sweater from Burberry, but close enough.

You can't just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to them. By the time you get it built, they'll want something new.
- Steve Jobs -

Last weekend was like - full of excitement and surprises.


It was the first time I attended something like this and, and, and, OMGTHECOSPLAYERS!!!

There were exhibitions, products for sale, and even 2 lil' cafe's inside!!! One with cute guys in suits serving lady customers (don't remember the name of the cafe tho), and another cafe (School Days Ver.) with really cute high school girls serving drooling (not literally but you get the point) guys. I wanted to go in (actually, I preferred going into the high-school-girl-cum-waitress-cafe coz the girls looked cuter) but the queue was like. damn. long.

A friend who actually went in, had to queue outside for 2 whole hours. @.@

Their food weren't cheap either. A piece of cake for $16. *Double @.@*

They even invited an anime voicer celebrity and had this anime dubbing session, which I unfortunately missed. Bummer.

Anyways. Despite their products being insanely expensive, I managed to grab some cheap ones.

You know how much I LOOOOVE Domo-kun?

*Don't? Now you do*


I also managed to take some photos of the cosplayers. Sorry for bad quality, I was using my phone (good quality ones stolen from Marcus' Fb):

School Days Ver Cafe


MY fave!! Riku!

 Last but not least...


Will go again next year!! Reminder to self: REMEMBER TO COSPLAY.


So after working for 5 months now, I unwittingly saved up enough to buy...


Apple wireless keyboard! Nice.

Before removing protective wrapping.


I love my new 21" iMac!


ATTN: I am selling my Microsoft Arc Wireless keyboard. Original price $89, now going for $75 only!!! Only 2 weeks old, still in good condition (I take good care of my electronics, btw, I even had a keyboard protector for it), with 1 year warranty and still in full packaging. A very good kyboard, very satisfied with it. Would never have sold it for the world if not for the free wireless keyboard that came with my Mac. 

Given a choice, I would have chosen the Microsoft Arc over Apple Wireless keyboard anytime (personally, I think the Arc has better touch and better ergonomics), but the Arc is black, which doesn't look good with my silver Mac. So well... 

Actually, if you wanna buy my Apple wireless keyboard, I would consider it as well. Original price $98, your call. 

To help you decide, here's a link for Arc VS Apple.

Arc review here. 

Please buy 'em off me!!! I'm broke after all this gadget shopping!!

Right. Back to my Mac...

So Kevin and I explored around with the Photo Booth, as with what people usually do when they first get their Mac.

I always thought people posting photos of themselves and their friends/boyfriends goofing around and acting in Photo Booth are lame and plain show offs. Yeah, yeah, we know you've got an iMac. *scoffs*

But honestly, it was sooooo funnnn!!!!

Aight, I'm off to JP to learn my knitting!!

Yes, I'm taking up knitting. Coz Kevin's 21st birthday is coming and I thought I'd knit him a sweater.

The knitting set (needles, wool, whatnots) cost me $276.

Including manpower fees, Kevin's sweater is worth more than $300, i.e., RM 700.

A RM700 sweater. Nice.

Not as good as buying a sweater from Burberry, but close enough.

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