Post by Penny Lane on Jan 27, 2008 23:16:37 GMT -5
^ Me too. The only time I was in Japan was for a layover. It was cool though, and I want to go back. I also want to see what Claudia does when she finds out the vending machines don't have her snickers bars.
Post by Penny Lane on Jan 27, 2008 23:21:21 GMT -5
^Oh I liked it too.
I just am so curious as to claudia's reaction now. You know how much she loves the vending machines. (SS #3?) Either she would be ecstatic, or really confused. And she would totally meet a vacation boyfriend.
That's cool greer. I had no idea there even was a japanese disney.
I'm ready to go just about anywhere right now. After being sick and practically in bed all week (and still not well....), I'd almost just go for a trip to the Washington Mall. ;D Somewhere warm does sound really nice, though. ;D
Post by Penny Lane on Jan 28, 2008 20:34:30 GMT -5
^my space heater has become my new best friend. I feel as though we are bonding. If this were a television show, now is when the screen would switch to a montage of my heater and I doing things together.
(and it's not like we have a cold house. I just get cold really easy)
^ Love it. ;D I'm the same way and get easily cold but my mom is always hot. Of course, my poor dad sleeps with a stocking cap and gloves on because he's so cold. ;D Do you get the luxury of living alone so you can keep the heat however high you want it? Okay, I'm definitely going for Disney since a book looks like the only way I'll be getting there for a while. Just found out this morning that our trip to there in May is probably off due to dad's stupid work not letting people take off during that time so we'll have to wait until Sept. I guess I'll have to settle for BSC on Board until then. ;D
Post by Penny Lane on Jan 29, 2008 19:05:38 GMT -5
aren't heaters supposed to get hot?
I had to buy three space heaters last year. I went out of town for a weekend for a competition, and I came back to find out that the heat was off in my apartment building, and had been broken the entire time I was gone. The temperture outside was in single digits, and i could see my breath in my apartment. So I went and bought one for every room. Two days later, the heat was back on. The heaters actually worked really well.
if i turn it on, i can only leave it on for like five minutes before the room feels like a boiler room. there's no manual control. so i'll turn it on for a bit and then turn it off and so on all day. i want a space heater so i can actually control it. plus the heat from my heater is really drying.
i get hot really easily though. last year i couldn't turn off my heat, so i would sleep with the windows open. in winter. in russia.
Post by Penny Lane on Jan 29, 2008 19:15:06 GMT -5
^oh, that sounds awful.
When I lived in the dorms I slept with the windows open because we couldn't turn off the heat and they had really bad heating, so while my room felt like a sauna, the room next door could be icy. I actually learned to like the cold.