Today's lunch outing to Lucky Chan felt very pre and post pandemic. Conveyor sushi. Fancy outfits. A red lip. Full holiday vibes. Like other conveyor sushi (or hotpots) in other places (vietnam, uk, japan.. all places I have conveyor'd) Today's sushi was most excellent (as was the dimsum, tangy beef and pineapple-y wine cocktail).
The lighting was pink: coming from the (pinterest) pink neon, bouncing off the (pinterest) pink tiles... There were also these massive round lantern shades over the belt - like 4 giant moons blessing us on this Pisces moon (it's a new moon night today), is it now an Aries moon?
Astrology moves quick... but @queercosmos is for life.
Iridium almost sounds like a korean word.
Could be a name like: Iri-dium.
Heavy enough to lift an elephant?
What's in long kdrama episodes that keeps you hooked - other than the cliffhanger endings? Is it feeling feelings driving the plot and being the plot in a way western shows don't even try to be (or do). Even a show like This is Us is feelings but through narrative devices - how can we hide this, flashback that and tada! Reveal! Now cry...
But kdramas are all cards on the table in a way.
Heart fully on sleeve. Reveals but for feels.
Leading with feels.
One micro expression to the next.
Things that sports and games are about
- other than just competition.
Ps. Clearly influenced by Daniel Ricciardo and the wholesomeness that is Racket Boys.
I used to send a lot of snail mail pre-pre-lockdown... now even sending out Christmas cards gives me feelings of vague unease. But what I do have is a bunch of collected postcards from when travel was a yearly affair filled with such ease. So I give you: Postcards to No One.