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Why do I not have one of these? My life would be forever made!

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this would solve my straps right in between my boobs thing oh gosh yes please

WANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The bag with a a strap around the hips and thigh is GORGEOUS!!! ♥_♥

The thigh straps not only helps it not slide around, they also make it hard for someone to snatch & run. It’s got my vote.

WHERE THE FUCK DO I GET THIS!? I NEED IT RIGHT NOW! NEED! ABSOLUTELY NEED.

SANTA SANTA SANTA SANTA! SEE SEE SEE SEE? WANT WANT WANT WANT! I’VE BEEN A GOOD GIRL, RIGHT!?

Where can I actually buy these tho

Went to Comiket day 2 today. It was, in a word, crazy. Not like that’s any different from all the previous comikets…but I always forget exactly how crazy it is.
When I say ‘crazy’, I mean crazy like sheep in a frenzy running down a cliff kind of crazy. People shoving back and forth trying to get from one side to the other, people trying to work their way against the flow, people just generally trying to stick with their friend (me, trying to stick to my brother … very, very hard…even holding on to his jacket doesn’t work at all.), etc etc. And then you have the super crazies trying to get to the product they want before it’s sold out…except they also want to get to 50 other ones, so they’re running back and forth with little to no regard for other people around them. And then you have the sheer number of people in tiny alley-ways. It’s basically a moving wall of people. You seriously can’t get from one side to the other even though it’s just two steps away.
Yeah…gets pretty scary in there. ^^; But it’s an experience, I guess. Will be more exciting for me tomorrow, since it’s stuff I care about (Vocaloid) as opposed to stuff I know but don’t really care about yet (Touhou).
Anyway, photo above is just one side of the center hall of one wing. ONE SIDE. Of ONE HALL. of ONE WING.
Stats say Comiket averages about 500 000 people. That may not sound *too* bad … but it’s basically an entire city placed in one building for three days. As you can imagine, it gets pretty intense.

Went to Comiket day 2 today. It was, in a word, crazy. Not like that’s any different from all the previous comikets…but I always forget exactly how crazy it is.

When I say ‘crazy’, I mean crazy like sheep in a frenzy running down a cliff kind of crazy. People shoving back and forth trying to get from one side to the other, people trying to work their way against the flow, people just generally trying to stick with their friend (me, trying to stick to my brother … very, very hard…even holding on to his jacket doesn’t work at all.), etc etc. And then you have the super crazies trying to get to the product they want before it’s sold out…except they also want to get to 50 other ones, so they’re running back and forth with little to no regard for other people around them. And then you have the sheer number of people in tiny alley-ways. It’s basically a moving wall of people. You seriously can’t get from one side to the other even though it’s just two steps away.

Yeah…gets pretty scary in there. ^^; But it’s an experience, I guess. Will be more exciting for me tomorrow, since it’s stuff I care about (Vocaloid) as opposed to stuff I know but don’t really care about yet (Touhou).

Anyway, photo above is just one side of the center hall of one wing. ONE SIDE. Of ONE HALL. of ONE WING.

Stats say Comiket averages about 500 000 people. That may not sound *too* bad … but it’s basically an entire city placed in one building for three days. As you can imagine, it gets pretty intense.

Yesterday was shopping in Akiba for otaku stuff, today was shopping in Shibuya for girly stuff. Lots and looots of awesome sales around the place. Especially in H&M! Surprisingly enough. Yes, I am in Japan, and I went and visited American stores. But I am justified, because the stuff inside is totally different, and the sales prices are way better than at home (which is a bit surprising, because the regular prices are SO MUCH o___o). I spent about as much as I did yesterday on figure stuff, just on clothes…despite the fact that this time I have a credit card to use. ^^; Dangerous grounds, leafy, dangerous grounds. I felt like that ditzy girl in shopaholic…
Me: Okay leaf, do you NEED this? Do you REALLY NEED this??Girl: Oh and by the way, this is the last one.Me: I’mbuyingitkthx.
To be fair on myself, I refused to buy anything which is remotely close to anything I can buy at home, or stuff which I can get cheaper at home, so yeah. As a result, ended up with stuff like 3 pairs of tights for $10, and a very Asian-looking coat (the one that was the last on the rack. $70 man!). So yeah, my opinion of Japanese prices is still “wow, expensive” but coupled with “wow, they have *really good* sales compared to at home ….
Having said that, I failed to find the one thing I really was looking for: a nice pair of walking shoes (that aren’t sneakers). All their shoes are either really, really nice heels or super punk/goth flats. So yeah. Kind of disappointing … Also, in the 109 rise, all the skirts - and I mean ALL - are like, butt-high. So the only skirts I even looked at were in Uniqlo and H&M. ^^;
Anyway, exciting experience! But not nearly as exciting as me finally getting my Sebastian nendoroid and my Drossel figma in Akiba! So I guess I’m still more of an otaku. :P

Yesterday was shopping in Akiba for otaku stuff, today was shopping in Shibuya for girly stuff. Lots and looots of awesome sales around the place. Especially in H&M! Surprisingly enough. Yes, I am in Japan, and I went and visited American stores. But I am justified, because the stuff inside is totally different, and the sales prices are way better than at home (which is a bit surprising, because the regular prices are SO MUCH o___o). I spent about as much as I did yesterday on figure stuff, just on clothes…despite the fact that this time I have a credit card to use. ^^; Dangerous grounds, leafy, dangerous grounds. I felt like that ditzy girl in shopaholic…

Me: Okay leaf, do you NEED this? Do you REALLY NEED this??
Girl: Oh and by the way, this is the last one.
Me: I’mbuyingitkthx.

To be fair on myself, I refused to buy anything which is remotely close to anything I can buy at home, or stuff which I can get cheaper at home, so yeah. As a result, ended up with stuff like 3 pairs of tights for $10, and a very Asian-looking coat (the one that was the last on the rack. $70 man!). So yeah, my opinion of Japanese prices is still “wow, expensive” but coupled with “wow, they have *really good* sales compared to at home ….

Having said that, I failed to find the one thing I really was looking for: a nice pair of walking shoes (that aren’t sneakers). All their shoes are either really, really nice heels or super punk/goth flats. So yeah. Kind of disappointing … Also, in the 109 rise, all the skirts - and I mean ALL - are like, butt-high. So the only skirts I even looked at were in Uniqlo and H&M. ^^;

Anyway, exciting experience! But not nearly as exciting as me finally getting my Sebastian nendoroid and my Drossel figma in Akiba! So I guess I’m still more of an otaku. :P

Today was more random walking; headed to Ueno and decided to go to the National Museum of Nature and Science (totally worth it, by the way. Highly suggest a visit, especially to the Theatre 360 inside. It was like the imax, except better.). After that, headed off to Ikebukuro to re-visit Sunshine City and have a light lunch (Takoyaki. Yum yum. Mostly fried dough, though.). Then it was into Tokyu Hands and a spending spree for leaf. I go way too crazy in there.

Today was more random walking; headed to Ueno and decided to go to the National Museum of Nature and Science (totally worth it, by the way. Highly suggest a visit, especially to the Theatre 360 inside. It was like the imax, except better.). After that, headed off to Ikebukuro to re-visit Sunshine City and have a light lunch (Takoyaki. Yum yum. Mostly fried dough, though.). Then it was into Tokyu Hands and a spending spree for leaf. I go way too crazy in there.