March 2009


出门前,决定穿一双最舒适的鞋子,就是因为今天天气好,想着中午走路去atago hills, 去吃久违的海鮮丼。
路上和AB男说,我觉得脚丫子总是疼,我怀疑我得外反母趾了,下午打算去看看医生。
AB男漫步尽心得听着,说“外反母趾”?这好像是我听你说过最高级的日本词儿了。
我说可不是嘛,我去mixi上研究该病,看到有个community是专门创建给会念该词的人们的。我厉害吧,我也会念。
 
被脚痛困扰了也一个多月了,期间一直怀疑就是外反母趾,还在网上学会了taping, 要不是日本的弹力胶布太贵,我一定天天裹脚。
 
最近常去医院,就在多去一次吧。何况还有看到危言耸听,说外反母趾和蛀牙一样,不会放在那里自己好。。
 
医生检查了5s钟说绝对不是外反母趾,了一大堆,怕我不相信他。我其实开心还来不及呢。最近还真的没啥开心事,这个算一件吧。
 
 
大家来娱乐一下,看看说得靠不靠谱ya ?
  
  
   白羊男:死磕青年,贱人,喜怒无偿,冲动的魔鬼
    白羊女:貌似很明白其实很晕
    
    金牛男:穷算计,打太极,抱怨,抠门儿
    金牛女:大醋坛子……
    
    双子男:大忽悠,爱装小年轻儿。
    双子女:也是个大忽悠,爱装小可怜儿……   
    
    巨蟹男:风骚的怨妇化身为男性
    巨蟹女:老哭穷,其实有存款   
    
    狮子男:不讲理,极其事儿,一旦失败就开始自我放纵。爱心泛滥,耍大牌。
    狮子女:必须是天后级的,否则会自甘堕落。   
    
    处女男:你们听说过山东淄博有个乐队叫“胡叨叨”吗,那就是讽刺处女男的。
    处女女:完美主义驱使她们不得不装B。
    
    天平男:绝对的没谱儿青年,太爱照镜子,一直很晕,经常走丢,经常颓。
    天平女:要决定什么事千万别问她,她的意见等于没意见,墙头草,爱很多人,每个都是真爱。
    
    天蝎男:色情狂,SM爱好者,神秘主义,演技派,装孙子高手,忍耐力超强,野心家,大哲,下手稳准狠,见一个爱一个,变态的需要知道一切。
    天蝎女:非常清楚自己,充满杀伤力,演技高超,下手狠毒,强大的忍耐力和爆发力,惹她一个她可能杀你全家
    
    射手男:犯贱,越烦他他越爱你。就是小P孩儿
    射手女:犯贱,她们只爱搞不定的人,终生都在追求自由和一个可以膜拜但是不爱屌她的英雄。不熟的时候像个女神,熟了以后发现此人很爱犯二
    
    摩羯男:憨厚稳重的家庭暴力狂热份子,没情趣
    摩羯女:心中怒吼着高举起了女权主义大旗的时髦女郎和小纯情们,经常渴望情趣但经常搞砸
    
    水瓶男:婚外恋专家!!!!擅长用感人的台词表达自己对过去的留恋,其说只是在展示口才和魅力。经常许下诺言,几乎不会兑现。想起一出是一出。
    水瓶女:专业第三者,不能抗拒自己的好奇心去招惹有女友的男人,虽然经常说我爱你,但很可能根本没过脑子。经常给人聪明,自信,懂事的感觉,但其实什么都坚持不下来
    
    双鱼男:当偶像很合适,当男友很崩溃。一切坏男人特点他都有,可他还总表现的很无辜。
    双鱼女:熟练的用很傻很天真的外表将他人玩弄于鼓掌的女人,很会利用别人的同情心,表面都是小柔柔小晕晕.婚前小白兔婚后母老虎.

* you have developed an uncontrollable urge to follow people carrying small flags.
* you run for the Yamanote line pushing people left and right, jump on the train holding the doors open to let your bag follow you on… because you know there will not be another one for at least a minute.
* you bow to other drivers who give you the right of way.
* you don’t hesitate to put a $10 note into a vending machine.
* you see a gaijin get on the train and think "Wow, it’s a gaijin!"
* you appear for your first skiing lesson with brand new Rossignol high performance racing skis and an aerodynamic racing suit with color matched goggles. And then snowplow down.
* you get blasted by a political speaker truck and think "sho ga nai"
* you think the best part of TV are the commercials.
* you develop a liking for green tea flavored ice cream.
* you can’t have your picture taken without your fingers forming the peace sign.
* you pull up at a gas station and wait for a bunch of Norman Rockwell type attendants to jump out and clean your windshield.
* you go for a drink with friends back home and start pouring everybody’s beer.
* your idea of a larger home is an extra 10 square meters.
* you glance at the clock and accurately predict the next line of dialog in the TV dorama.
* you are not worried about speeding in the rain, because you know the cops are only out there in good weather.
* you find yourself bowing while you talk on the phone.
* you are talking on the telephone to your parents and your father says, "Why are you interrupting my explanation with grunts?"
* you’re talking to your mother on the phone, and she asks you what "genki" means.
* you don’t think it unusual for a truck to play "It’s a Small World" when backing up.
* you think the natural location for a beer garden is on a roof.
* you think that you can impress foreigners by drinking Budweiser.
* you find a beautiful way to eat natto.
* you start thinking can coffee tastes good.
* you wait for the first day of summer to wear short sleeve dress shirts.
* the first option you buy for your car is a TV set.
* you think the opposite of red is white.
* you leave your expensive bottle of Royal Salute with a sleazy barkeeper and don’t worry.
* you pore over the jikokuhyo looking for ways to avoid riding the Shinkansen.
* you buy a potato-and-strawberry sandwich for lunch without cringing.
* you phone an English-speaking gaijin friend and somehow can’t bring yourself to get to the point for the first 3 minutes of the conversation.
* you stop enjoying telling newcomers to Japan ‘all about Japan’.
* you automatically remember all of your important year dates in Showa numbers.
* you think every foreign movie title contains the word ‘love.’
* you have mastered the art of simultaneous bowing and hand-shaking.
* you think it’s alright to stick your head into a stranger’s apartment to see if anybody’s home.
* you have run out of snappy comebacks to compliments about your chopstick skills.
* you think "white pills, blue pills, and pink powder" is an adequate answer to the question "What are you giving me, doctor?".
* you no longer find anything unusual in the concept of "Vermont curry".
* you think 4 layers of wrapping is reasonable for a simple piece of merchandise.
* you don’t find anything strange about a city that puts a life sized, red-and-white painted Eiffel tower imitation in its centre, as well as a scale model of the Versaille palace for its Crown Prince.
* you are only slightly puzzled by "Melty Kiss."
* you get on a train with a number of gaijin on it and you feel uneasy because the harmony is broken.
* you ask fellow foreigners the all-important question "How long have you been here?" in order to be able to properly categorize them.
* looking out the window of your office, you think "Wow, so many trees!" instead of "Wow, so much concrete!"
* you think NHK is "the Japanese BBC".
* in the middle of nowhere, totally surrounded by rice fields and abundant nature, you aren’t surprised to find a drink vending machine with no visible means of a power supply and when you think nothing of it when that lonely vending machine says ‘thank you’ after you buy a coke.
* the TV commercials make sense to you.
* a non-Japanese sits down next to you on the train and you get up and move. You’re not prejudiced, but who knows what they might do?
* you only have 73 transparent, plastic umbrellas in your entrance because you have donated 27 to the JR and various taxi companies in the past few months.
* you have over 100 small, transparent plastic umbrellas in your entrance even *after* donating 27 of them to taxis and JR recently.
* you are proud of yourself for beating the system by buying a case of Labbatt’s Blue for 160 yen a can.
* you think rice imports should be prohibited, because Japanese consumers would never buy imported rice.
* you think one kind of rice tastes better than another kind.
* you rush home from work to catch the last few minutes of sumo.
* you get a "Nihongo ga joozu" and feel really insulted.
* you see a road with two lanes going in the same direction and assume the one on the left is meant for parking.
* you think japan actually has only four seasons.
* you pull out your ruler to underline words.
* in getting ready for a trip you automatically calculate for omiyage and you leave just the right amount of space in your suitcase for them.
* on a cold autumn night, the only thing you want for dinner is nabe and nihonshu.
* you return the bow from the cash machine.
* you can’t find the "open" and "close" buttons in the elevator because they’re in English.
* you think that coffee goes perfectly well with squid pizza.
* the Christmas music in the stores does not make you feel at all sentimental like it used to.
* you mention "Japan Times" and "objective" in one sentence
* you believe that the perfect side dish to eat with a juicy, deep-fried pork chop is a pile of raw, tasteless, shredded cabbage.
* it doesn’t surprise you that a case of beer has the same per unit price as a single can.
* you think cod roe spaghetti with chilled red wine is a typical Italian dish.
* you start to recognize BGM as a meaningful genre of music.
* walking into a crowded bar full of non-Japanese makes you nervous, because they "look dangerous."
* you buy a Christmas cake on Christmas eve.
* you no longer pay any attention to what anyone does when you sit down beside them on a train.
* when you accompany your "no" by the famous waving hand-in-front-of-nose.
* you find yourself apologizing at least three times per conversation.
* when you let your car idle for half an hour while you go shopping.
* you find your self asking all your foreign acquaintances what their blood types are.
* you find yourself practicing golf swings with your umbrella on the train platform.
* you take practice golf swings on the train platform *without* an umbrella in your hand.
* you buy an individually wrapped potato in the supermarket.
* you think that "Lets SPORTS yOUNG gAY CluB" is a perfectly normal T-shirt logo for a middle aged lady.
* you order a "bottle of draft" in a pub.
* you go to a book shop with the full intention to read all the interesting magazines and put them back on the shelf.
* you’re careful to specify a nonsmoking seat on the flight from Denver to St. Louis.
* you schedule your commute around the availability of seats on the train.
* you think Bosozoku are dangerous.
* you vow to gambaru before every little activity you engage in.
* you say that one of your hobb
ies is "doraibu."
* you think no car is complete without a tissue box on the rear shelf and a feather duster in the trunk.
* you ask a gaijin colleague who wears short sleeves in October, "Aren’t you cold?"
* you draw a sharp distinction between "English" and "English conversation."
* you use the "slasher hand" and continuous bowing to make your way through a crowd.
* all of your December Sundays are reserved for Bonenkai hangover recovery.
* you are disappointed when Dominoes doesn’t have corn pizza, and the driver is disappointed when you forget the tip.
* you forget about July 4th, but get all worked up over Tanabata.
* when it all seems normal.

… You have almost been run over by a cyclist
… You think you have the subway system figured out… but really you dont and get lost numerous times
… You have tried sushi, sashimi, okonomiyaki, tacoyaki, yakiniku, ramen, soba, udon or miso
… You have spent more than 2 hours in a Puri Kura and wanted to go back numerous times
… You have walked up what seems like a million stairs in a day
… You go to McDonalds to buy Orange Juice or 60 Chicken McNuggets
… You have sang at a Japanese style Karaoke bar
… You have watched Simpsons, Ren and Stimpy, or other childhood cartoons in Japanese
… You have given the peace sign in more than one picture
… You have been to more than one temple and taken a million pictures
… You can walk 1 block and pass 2 phone shops and 1 coffee place
… You do not hesitate to ask random people how to get places
… You have used a japanese toilet – both styles
… You have picked up packages of kleenex at the train station
… You have witnessed bad fashion to a point where you no longer find it strange
… You have purchased a colorful umbrella when it rains for 500 Yen just so you fit in
… You do not find it strange when the sales clerk wraps each item you purchased individually
…you have thought how easy your life would be had you not been intimidated by the bus system
…your japanese vocabulary is limited to three basic words: "sumimasen," "hai," and "arigato"
…you start saying "hai" even when you are talking to an english-speaking person
…you wish that american sushi is as fresh as japanese sushi
…you’re really disgusted by the amount of cigarettes people smoke
…you can’t get over how thin the bathroom liquid soaps are
…you can’t help wondering if every hour is rush hour (train)
…you can’t help laughing at incorrect English signs
…you wonder when people really go to sleep
…you keep thinking how ridiculous it is for a slice of watermelon to costs 600 yen
…you have experience how american songs (john lennon, sean kingston) destroys your so-called "Japanese" moment
…you have had (foot) blisters at the end of the day
…you are so amazed with fusion fast food such as Green Tea Frappucino, McShrimp, and McPork
…you have fallen in love with japanese soft drink
…you have used the "point and order" method
曾经有个偶像,叫春江花月夜,后来,他的事迹逐渐淡忘,偶像的位置也日渐空缺。
最近,偶遇到了一个新偶像, 姑且叫她晕海姐姐。
quote2段当年打算做海龟前回国考察后的感想。
 
“当然几天内也有不适应,比如喝酒应酬的乌烟瘴气,上级对下级的不尊重,上下电梯的没秩序,还有金领白领上掉满的头皮屑。最让我不comfortable的是国内的商业文化不支持work/family balance, 越是高层越没有享受家庭生活的自由,尤其是国企,观念上认为赚那么多钱不顾家理所当然,下班去应酬吃饭谈生意是天经地义,孩子可以outsource给司机保姆学校厨子。“
 
“观察几天还发现一个有趣的现象,公司每人都有一个英文名,但员工的英文程度参差不齐,好多名字让人忍俊不止。有个端茶的小女生很秀气,她说她叫‘Free’,我心想天啦她可千万别去酒吧,上来就说’I am free’那可咋整?最后见我的是head of HR,伸出手自我介绍‘你好,我叫Human’,我晕,可能他主管的部门是Human Resource就因地取材了。从上海飞去看母亲的路上我一直想,要是我拿到这个工作,第一件事就是让他把名字给改了,我可受不了有人天天在面前晃悠自诩他是‘human’, 好像我不是人似的。”
 
–haha,咱们那个公司还有人叫moon德,对吧,因为他的中文名是黄月球。
还有人叫young德,后来又来一个叫了younger的。
还有好多好玩的,都想不起来了。
 
这个系列很新鲜。彩绘的风格虽然比不上jeffreyfulvimari,但是有更city sophisticated的味道。
 
 
 
特别喜欢这几款里穿插的小pocket,实用又活泼。上面这个两个相对比较傻。
尤其是左边的。右边的让我想起she bangs的歌词,所以还好。
 
 
这两个好喜欢。可以加入watch list. 甚至to buy list…
 
 
这个最接近jeffreyfulvimari风格。hot pink是我这两年的心水色。
 
 
 
hiro 说:
昨日は会社の車で横浜に行ったから、帰りにIKEAに寄った。
ღ008✿玲瓏心™-趣味:还是那句老话,我还年轻~~~ 说:
すげえ
ღ008✿玲瓏心™-趣味:还是那句老话,我还年轻~~~ 说:
やっぱりROADSTERはいいですね
ღ008✿玲瓏心™-趣味:还是那句老话,我还年轻~~~ 说:
さしぶりに乗せてもらったら、ますます感じた
hiro 说:
会社の車があればROADSTERでOK.
ღ008✿玲瓏心™-趣味:还是那句老话,我还年轻~~~ 说:
>会社の車があればROADSTERでOK.
ღ008✿玲瓏心™-趣味:还是那句老话,我还年轻~~~ 说:

hiro 说:
会社の車で荷物を運び、普段はROADSTERでブイブイ言わす。
ღ008✿玲瓏心™-趣味:还是那句老话,我还年轻~~~ 说:
なるほど
ღ008✿玲瓏心™-趣味:还是那句老话,我还年轻~~~ 说:
いいね
hiro 说:
ブイブイ言わす の意味わかる?
ღ008✿玲瓏心™-趣味:还是那句老话,我还年轻~~~ 说:
言わすわかないから
ღ008✿玲瓏心™-趣味:还是那句老话,我还年轻~~~ 说:
ブイブイは気持ちよく運転することかな
hiro 说:
ブイブイ言わす =調子よく行動する。
hiro 说:
Slung
ღ008✿玲瓏心™-趣味:还是那句老话,我还年轻~~~ 说:
なんでいわす?
hiro 说:
使用法:昔はブイブイ言わしたものだ。
hiro 说:
言わす :周りの人間に何かを言わす。というところから来てるんじゃないかな
hiro 说:
somebody else say buibui to you.
ღ008✿玲瓏心™-趣味:还是那句老话,我还年轻~~~ 说:
はい
hiro 说:
you let them say buibui.
hiro 说:
buibui means something active/energytic
hiro 说:
そういうことだ。
ღ008✿玲瓏心™-趣味:还是那句老话,我还年轻~~~ 说:
you let roadster say buibui
hiro 说:
right
ღ008✿玲瓏心™-趣味:还是那句老话,我还年轻~~~ 说:
got it
ღ008✿玲瓏心™-趣味:还是那句老话,我还年轻~~~ 说:
なるほど
走过遍地桃花的去年,今年貌似欧的女人缘很强势,结识了几个新妹妹,有接点有共鸣,很聊得来。和Jun聊天,说起初中时代的波斯家族,说起我最最久远的闺米,我和她万水千山总是情的缘分,以及她某些非凡的JP故事。。。Jun忽然问,她是什么星座的。再简单不过的问题,我却回答不出来,还要用生日去推。我对她如此熟悉,所以重来没有用星座思维去探讨过她。告诉Jun后,Jun说,果然,她和我是同样星座的。知道这些大都纯属巧合,毫无科学依据,云云。不过,对这偶尔的卡克感到新鲜。哦原来,在友谊快餐交流中,我们开始利用星座血型去快速了解某个人,她的分类她的特质。这种手段未必可靠,但探索的过程,可以让我们迅速消除陌生感。我也不能免俗。常常在了解到一定程度时就开始定为参照系,忽然奔出来一句,比如“你是处女A么?“(昨天网上留言问偶像JJ的,尚未敢去看迷底。。。)所以所以,毋庸置疑,星座血型论还会继续发扬光大。
Apple gives a sneak peek at iPhone OS 3.0…
Apple shows off iPhone OS 3.0 cut, copy, and paste feature

At long last, iPhone users will soon be able to copy and paste text and images. Apple’s senior vice president of iPhone software, Scott Forstall, demonstrates the new tap-and-drag feature.
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iPhone OS 3.0 update lets you send and receive photos, contacts and more

The iPhone finally gets multimedia messaging, letting you text message photos, calendar invites, and even contacts to another phone.
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Phone OS 3.0 update adds peer-to-peer networking support

Play multiplayer games and share data with the iPhone user next to you. Apple iPhone software guru Scott Forstall demonstrates.
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iPhone OS 3.0 Spotlight lets you search for text across e-mails, contacts, and more

Scott Forstall, Apple’s senior vice president of iPhone software, shows off a new feature that will allow users to search for specific e-mail messages, applications, contacts, and other data.
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iPhone OS 3.0 introduces Apple Push Notification Service

Instant messaging and other real-time alerts will soon be available on your iPhone. Apple iPhone software guru Scott Forstall demonstrates.
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iPhone OS 3.0 lets you buy content from within third-party applications

Apple senior vice president of iPhone software Scott Forstall explains how iPhone users can buy new game levels, subscription content, and more from within an iPhone application.
 
想去调查gucci by gucci的口碑,看到这个介绍,先贴上。
这是去年新喜欢的新香(哦,新香在日语中是萝卜干的意思,你们知道我为啥语无伦次了么,我也不容易啊)
 
Eau de Parfum Ⅱ(亚洲粉红)——GUCCI
  
    香调:清新花果调
    前味:香橙花、柑橘、黑加伦子
    中味:黑莓、紫罗兰、茉莉
    后味:麝香
    
    亚洲粉红,听说是GUCCI公司专门为亚洲市场出品的,和EDPⅠ的瓶子相同,颜色相异,味道完全是两码事,根本不搭界。虽然两个EDP的香型是南辕北辙,但其中GUCCI家香水特有的冷静独立和优越疏离感仍然存在,这是多么奇妙好玩的事啊!
    
    前味甘甜中带着轻微苦涩,甜得清爽不腻,苦得也不明显,中后味是很怡人的水果甜香,在我皮肤上黑加仑子和黑莓的酸甜莓类果味比较突出,紫罗兰茉莉基本感觉不到。这支香水总体来说比较清淡,真的是清新花果调,香味一直是淡淡地、若有若无地飘到你的鼻端,很低调,不打扰人。虽然有些甜味,闻起来却不显幼稚,清新而又大气。一般来说果香调的香水会偏年轻活泼,亚洲粉红反而例外,她甜得安静淡雅,也许还有点冷漠,稍稍年长的JMS用也不会感觉不相称。
    
    很适合办公居家旅行休闲的香水,就是不好带,虽然有口袋装的卖,但是视觉效果太差。香水其实就本质来说没什么价值,对于商业品牌是赚取流动资金的手段,对于我们也只在提供乐趣而已,其中好看的瓶子,也是乐趣之一。
    
    再说一句,同事说这瓶子很适合当作镇纸或是车载香水,我倒是觉得,这两款香水的瓶子(50ml以上),实在是居家旅行之最佳杀人利器啊!!而且还容易隐藏……
    
    留香时间基本上班没问题,适合春夏使用,适用的年龄带比较宽,可谓老少通杀。
  
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