I really wish women’s wear could be more classic and time lasting.
the type of details that go into functionality of men’s wear is almost non-existent in women’s wear (i feel like)
Does your city have any arcades?
We do and in fact we carry some of the more simpler games (not the more advance ones, like that crazy one with the yugioh cards on the surface) like the taiko drums at the one in our mall…
but! it is not cheap at all, not 100 yen or even $1.22
some thought that 100 yen isn’t very cheap, that games should be 50 cents or a quarter per play. But in Japan, when I was living there I felt like 100 yen really can’t get you squat, might as well play a game.
The shopping arcade near where I lived didn’t even have an arcade, but it had a pachinko place though. :/ I didn’t go in, I was underage.
I let out a bone-chilling laugh when I see that my denim has frayed away some more, perhaps my leather jacket has lost some of its color or my canvas bag has gathered another layer of use.
Then I’d happily exclaim “HISTORY!” as others around me would roll their eyes
I am obsessed with history of shit i own, despite the fact that I LOVE new things, the things that stick around are more amazing. Perhaps this is why I’ve taken a love over my dad’s super old leather wallet that he used until the strap broke. Since he can no longer wear it on his belt (I know how awkward it looks) while he rides a motorcycle, wallets in the butt pocket weren’t the best way to go on a motorcycle.
So Oh yeah I’m losing the point here
Wallet lost and found 40 years there after, an article by NYT…
but I just watched the video and the pictures of the remnants of forty years ago are so amazing, I DID NOT KNOW credit cards use to be paper than plastic.
VIA: the fox is black
Via: the lovely and kind of amazing Erin Hanson of Recovering Lazyholic