Monday, April 5, 2010

Weekend = Much Better

Fuck bad days!

1. Hanami in Inokashira Park with Amanda

2. Favorite ugly sweater + favorite old dress + cheap sunglasses + no makeup = YUSSS

3. Ganbanyoku. This was my third time. I love it. I want to do it all the time. It really does make your skin look and feel amazing.

4. Laser Hair Removal. I got it on my bikini line. It fucking hurt but I was stoked the whole time because how rad would it be to just forget about your bikini line forever? Sorry I don't have a picture for this, I should have showed you the blue scrunchy paper thong I got to wear.

5. Wild fucking animals

8 comments:

Beth said...

stole those first two pics from amanda. baby that's a rad hanami shot

Amanda Lynn said...

annnnnd...computer fixed! back in the blog world.

thx, bb. i'm more impressed i was actually able to take a picture of you good enough to post on a blog!

Sarah said...

Man! I really want to see before and after pics. I live for the before and afters!

selena said...

Where do you go to ganbanyoku? I love the spot I go, but when I was trying to research it for an article, all the places I went were either super expensive or sucked. Mine's only about 1,000 yen and it's really nice.

Beth said...

amanda, haha i know, i couldn't believe it.

sarah, of my skin or my vag? BOOM! but really the last two times i've had ganbanyoku someone has commented on my skin afterward.

selena, i go to a place in asagaya and it's simple and fine but kinda pricey, around 2,000 for 60 minutes. i'd love to find a better place, where do you go?

Beth said...

also has anyone noticed this blog really sucks lately

selena said...

Seems like you're probably busy with other things, don't worry about it!

The spot I go is in my neck of the woods: www.airapi.com
It's 1200 for 90 minutes, or less if you buy a multi ticket (6000 yen for 6X). It's cheap enough that I go almost every week; love it. It's kinda far for you though, but if you're ever out this way, let's go!

Judith said...

How did you get over to Japan?
I'm trying looking to find a job over there when i graduate, and don't know if i should go with one of those big schools, or do the jet program or what.