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I believe the children are our future. Teach them well and let them lead the way.
- Whitney Houston
In the UK it would be Wally, you know.
- photograph by Mark Stevenson
Little girl’s cyclops cosplay taken by Danny Choo at the Tokyo Wonder Festival.
Or at least the - maybe - not so dull parts.
Monday was, of course, Halloween.
I was going to spend it the usual way - watching a film and hoping no kids knocked on the door (I’m not so great with kids - I can’t really relate too well with them - I haven’t really got kids since I was one, and even then…), although it very rarely happens (Halloween isn’t quite as big a thing as the shops always hope it is, or maybe parents are far too scared of weirdos and such to let their kids out).
Leo, on the other hand, thinks that it would be a great idea to go to a party that a friend of his is holding. I’m not sure how he persuaded me to go. I had quite a good time though, so I’ll forgive him.
Tuesday I got to go to the dentist - yay.
I’m not a fan of the dentists. I don’t mind him - he’s a nice enough bloke - but I don’t like needles and drills and such.
This time I only had to sit in the waiting room for 10 minutes - rather than the more usual 20 or 30 (why do they give you a time and tell you you mustn’t be late than make you wait soooo long?). Then I spend less than a minute in the chair and get charged £17! (Thank goodness for the NHS! I dread to think how much it would be otherwise.)
On top of that I’ve got to have a filling. Another £30 - and the drilling and the needles…
I’ve been working some nights.
And not sleeping much. Yay insomnia!
I don’t know what this means, but I don’t like it…
For the Kids: At home Computer classes
LEARN EBAY IN JUST 5 SHORT WEEKS!
SXASDGKH, THE CAPTION.
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