The hunt for Animal Crossing continues. Well, Grant found the game in Shinjuku, but not the system. I still want to try for the full package first, since the system comes with the game.
The price keeps going up on Amazon and Ebay. They are coming out with really cute Animal Crossing cases in December though:
So really, I could get a white 3DS LL and put this cover on it. BUT IT HAS A STUPID PINK LLAMA ON IT. I'm torn. Kat Problems.
Oh yeah, I've been keeping track of a few Kat Problems:
-Goes to gym as soon as it opens. Doors still locked.
-Pants in Japan don't fit. Thanks for my butt, squats.
-Buys bundle of bananas. Gone in less than 24 hours.
I seriously eat way too many bananas and way too much peanut butter.
Anyways! I got to help Yuuki with some questions he didn't understand in his English homework yesterday. Man, after doing that, I can't imagine trying to learn how to speak English.
Kazuya also wanted to practice his English, so all I had to do was talk with him. Wahaha. That was not a challenge for Chatty Kathleen. Ugh. That name.
He checked and was able to get me a discount on kickboxing classes! It's only for 10 classes, but I figure if I go once a week, I'll be able to take classes until the end of January. Not bad at all. He even asked if I wanted to do some amateur matches. Oh gosh. I said I would have to think about it XD.
I met up with Grant and Luke (Grant's friend from New Zealand) in Shibuya yesterday. They were going to be serving Wild Boar at the bar that Grant really likes.
We sat and chatted for awhile and then went off to venture around Shibuya, stopping in a few stores to see if they had the AC console. No luck! But I did stare at a TV screen playing the advertisement over and over for the game for awhile. I probably looked much like Cameron:
We went to Mos Burger where we got more filled up on foodies. Ser Grant shared his burger with me, which had onions and bacon on it. The bacon here is much different than in the US. It's more like ham than anything. The hamburgers are also very small and the patties are really thin. A Japanese person visiting the US would probably marvel at a burger from places like Culver's, Kopp's, or Sobelman's back home. It was really delicious though O__O.
Luke left a bit earlier, so Grant and I went to see if the Fro Yo place was handing out samples. You know, just to take a look. Maybe to see what flavors they had.
Today was pretty simple. Class, Gym, the usual daily trip to look at everything at Kaldi, bothering the girl at Dorama again and making sure that they really aren't expecting anymore AC consoles, Studying, eating bananas and peanut butter like they'll expire in a matter of minutes. The usual.
During our class break, Evan came outside and asked me "Have you seen Tom? I have this cheesecake for him." He looked so defeated when he said that. It was probably one of the most funny things I've seen today. That and a pigeon that looked like a cow.
Oh yeah, Tom's experiment is still rollin':
I'll keep you updated.