I’ve always thought museums were the boringest* places to go to when I was a kid. School field trips anyone? But this… can’t tell if I would enjoy going here or not. It’s a museum for instant noodle. WTF Only in Japan.
Wong Fu Productions is back with another heartbreaker, After Us. “Strangers, again” followed the journey a relationship from the moment two people met, to when they fell in love, and unfortunately, to their eventual breakup — It was told from a guy’s point of view. This time around, we are brought into the aftermath of a once loving relationship, told from the girl’s point of view. Enjoy!
another it’sJudysLife vlog :)
Valentine’s day in high school is more confusing and awkward than it is romantic.
BF/GF couple, Brian Puspos and Aja Dang have taken their relationship, their skills and their talent and turned it into a series of videos that is something special to watch. They are a testament of love and the kind of synergy that two people can bring into a relationship.
thought this picture was worth sharing lol
When it comes to YesStyle, I immediately think about Wong Fu Productions and Wong Fu Weekend’s episode 71 (1st video below), where Phil, Wes and Ted goes to the YesStyle retail store in San Francisco, California and attempt to dress up like a K-pop boy band. It wasn’t difficult to do since YesStyle specialists in exotic Asian clothes like “droopy shirt…”
YesStyle For Women:
YesStyle For Men:
the gif in this post depicts more accurately what will happen to you when you fall for those eyes…
This little one is Neo.
Him and his sister was rejected by their mom :( but the Chester Zoo proudly adopted the two and now they have a wonderful home.
Annoying or cute? or both?
…AND if you like Simon’s Cat, you’re gonna love his long lost cousin, Pilot!