Mood: Daily Needs
Listening to: Mayhem - It's Murder (album)
Most memorable moments:
- Being stuck in a dark, dark airplane.
From London to LAX most of the time the interior of the plane was really, really dark because I guess people didn't think windows are quite as important as I do.
- Walking on names I don't recognize.
Hollywood Blvd had a bunch of celebrity names on the pavement, and I only recognized about 10 of them.
- Being reminded of my favourite arcade/PS2 game.
I saw the end of Route 66! It made me think of an old video game I used to play called King of Route 66.
- Seeing a random guy's ass.
I opened a toilet door and saw a guy with his ass out, he turned around and looked just as surprised as I was! Guess he must've forgotten to lock the door.
- Getting a surprisingly sexual fortune cookie.
A fortune cookie my mum brought me in Chinatown in San Fransisco said 'Orgy is group therapy'. Thanks, fortune cookie.
- Being flirted on by a scary old lady.
She was pretty scary. Once, she put a hand on my shoulder and said "I'm standing behind you so I can get a better view." So I decided to make myself as unattractive as possible by eating lots of broccoli, and talking only about broccoli whenever she tried to talk to me.
- Meeting lots of new people.
That part was nice. Even though the conversations always went in the same sequence of:
Where are you from?
What are you doing here?
How do you know who's getting married?
Then they'd ask me about my education and career aspirations because I'm in that late teen/young adult part of my life. I was also sat at a table with all the other teenagers where I was the only foreigner and one person thought it was awesome I liked cheese on toast, because apparently cheese on toast is a very British thing.