Together in electric dreams

"I only knew you for a while, I never saw your smile. Till it was time to go. Time to go away.... We'll always be together, however far it seems... Together in electric dreams Though your miles and miles away. I see you everyday, I don't have to try. I just close my eyes. We'll … Continue reading Together in electric dreams

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the one about Meiji chocolates, MatsuJun and magic

After a lifetime of not posting anything about my Japanese make-believe boyfriend, I finally came across a worthwhile MatsuJun news. MatsuJun is a million yen richer, thanks to his new endorsement of Meiji Chocolates! First, about MEIJI chocolates -- shall we credit this to happenstance that I am seriously in love with this brand and … Continue reading the one about Meiji chocolates, MatsuJun and magic

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....I mean, WTF?!? Imagine watching TV (prolly enjoying the horrid drama shows present on local TV) and then see this commercial... This must be what the CEO meant when we were discussing the perfect TVC: eye-catching, direct to the point and brings the message across in 15-seconds or less. If all local commercials were like … Continue reading (@_@)

Girl Crush

And so, girls must not be in like with other girls. We girls are a curiously weird and adorable lot. We don't like it when there are girls much prettier, much more adorable and much more cooler than we are. Notice that when a hot girl enter the room and we start nit-picking on what's … Continue reading Girl Crush

The weird, wonderfully crazy world of Japanese commercials: Quentin Tarantino for Softbank

One of my favorite people, Kill Bill director Quentin Tarantino stars as Uncle "Tara-chan" for Softbank's "Otosan" ad series. (Softbank is a Japanese mobile phone service provider and their "Otosan" (Father) ad series is very popular in Japan). The "Otosan" series features a talking white dog as the father, an afro-american as a brother and … Continue reading The weird, wonderfully crazy world of Japanese commercials: Quentin Tarantino for Softbank