Who knows what this kind of "Pac-man"-like signs mean and why you can find them everywhere in Paris?
Thanks a lot, I really want to know the reason haha!
edit: I don't need any Parisian for this, i just need Délana : D
But thanks if someone else has thought about it too :)
Right now i'm really tired so tomorrow i will post some Paris pics when i've put them on the pc!
Sleep well everybody! :)
After hearing the phrase "I want to see the bunnies" for like three weeks, i was like "Allright. Alright.." & decided to visit the bunnies with my sister. I didn't know what kind of bunnies she meant, so when i saw big black bunny statues i was a little confused.
They're standing around the Kunsthal, a museum in Rotterdam.
Finding.... a Brüno goodies set ! xD
I join many contests, just for fun but i never expect to win ;) I don't even remember when i've joined this one haha. I feel like Brüno is following me, cause i've seen the movie earlier this week. After watching it i said it has funny parts, but wasn't amazing.
And now Brüno is seducing me to watch him again...
Pen anno 2009
A picture of Monday's Improv Everywhere mission.
Got these from a daily paper photographer who took pictures of the happening. I'm the one in white by the way.
Tomorrow i'll be joining their MP3 experiment, excited!
Today we had to go to one place in Rotterdam, where we just started laughing for about 5 minutes. About nothing. There were some surprised people; some of them even started to laugh too! But it was in the morning 11.45 AM, so there weren't that much people around.
Thursday is the so called MP3 experiment, i'm curious how that is going to be..
Today's Improv Everywhere was a lotta fun, so i'll be joining them tomorrow as well!
The mission was to freeze for 5 minutes at Stadhuisplein, a plaza full of restaurants. We were with like 170 people,
Hahaha it was so funny, i'm looking forward to tomorrow!
The crazy improvisation group called Improv Everywhere, is going to entertain Rotterdam this week!
They're known by the scenes they cause, like 200 people frozen @ New York Grand Central Station.
After watching some vids on Youtube & reading articles at their site (improveverywhere.com), i was really like woww i want to join that! :)
Tomorrow 5PM is their first mission and Tuesday 11AM their second. I guess i'm going to join both of them, if the first one turnes out nice.
Later this week they're gonna do some more missions, so we'll see!
Yesterday i bought this white V-neck shirt at Hema, after watching Brüno in the cinema with Nancy. Wasn't worth my dear money i think, funny moments but not amazing though.
Burn number two: Haven't got my Vapiano dessert 'crema di fragola'. Had some lemon pie from Dudok instead.
Burn number three: I wanted to customize my brand new shirt when i was home, but mummy said i had to wash it first.
Finally after a day of hard work today, my shirt was ready to use.
I chose an image from Mike Perry's 'Iron me on' book & started ironing. 2 minutes later it was done. I only had to wait some minutes till the sheet cooled down.
I like to be creative, but this wasn't difficult at all. It made me wanna customize more things, but i ran out of useful things.
Soon i want to buy more shirts, and i'm gonna look for some bags to use too.
It's a book with iron-on pictures to customize t-shirts, bags, whatever you like.
On the first page there are some really useful instructions, followed by more than 30 iron-ons. You only have to cut out the image you want, place it on the garment and iron it on... great!
When i was in Antwerp, i saw those stickersigns on some stores. Max. 49 persons, 213 or 87....
I thought who the hell is counting if there are really that amount of people inside plus i've never seen LE Adidas for 15€ but normally, nahh.
First of all it's a schildpad and not a schilpad.
Just found this advertisement, where someone who's calling himself 'Neighbour_477518' offers a turtle, including a hammer.
I was really like; whát?! Like you buy his turtle & when you don't like him anymore - here is a hammer!
So a little bit distracted i clicked on the advert, seeing the man meaned to offer just a toy. Very clear xD
Spotted @ Metropolis Festival last Sunday. I saw this man like everywhere, at every single act, dancing wild. On his pants he had written some band names he likes (i guess) like Foo Fighters and Ramones. Also he was wearing orange sunglasses and there were statements like 'Love is nice', 'Brainstorm' etc.etc. on his clothes.
I wondered why he was wearing it & if he made it himself, but he looked too strange to ask him..
By the way, have you mentioned that? Since i have vacation i'm posting almost every day & sometimes even more than one article. Although i don't have to do a lot these days, at the end of the day i feel tired like i've got a fulltime job..
Allright, now you think i'm just one lazy bastard, who's spending time at home all day blogging, but actually i'm not that much at home being lazy.
I spend my time with friends, shopping, travelling, taking pictures, some working and offcourse a lot of chilling haha ;)
A very quick pic of a necklace i bought in Antwerp yesterday.
Bought it in the department store "Galeria Inno" and it was really a bargain: 8€ was the original price and now it was 50% off, so i got it for 4€ !
But also it was one of the only three products i bought that day, besides a fancy pin-cushions (2€) and a sunglass case of America Today for just 1€.
You can't be lucky all the time, but it definitely wasn't an expensive day ;)
I'm telling ya the 3 day sale in Antwerp isn't that great.
There are a lot of people, but no real bargains.
You better go to a regular sale in your country @ a store you like and you will end up way happier then fighting that heat & sweat!
You can sell illegal goods (like abon sapi) and they even advertise with sentences like Made by children. Last Sunday i was in Rotterdam @ Indonesia from A to Z.
Normally you would be like: awful they're using kids to make this, but they think it's a big plus or something.. They are almost proud. Freakshow.
You know this guy? Tell me svp hahahha.