As the incredibly ugly image shows, Buffalo Bobs is having a novelty fair from now until 9:59 JST on July 5. By spending ridiculous amounts of money at Buffalo Bobs, you can get a bunch of stuff you probably don’t need:
¥15750 earns you an “muffler towel” (I have no idea) or a “leopard towel” (the obvious choice anyway)
¥21000 earns you an ugly hat with a crown on it.
¥26250 earns you some leather gloves.
¥40950 earns you a clock that looks nothing like a clock.
Um, cool. I’ll get the leopard towel with my boots anyway, so, that’s what’s important.
For those into gal fashion, false eyelashes have a controversial following. First, there are the die hard lash addicts and then there are those deathly against them. After you eliminate the nay-sayers, there are those who think a brand or expensive lash beats out cheap lashes, and there are those who swear by what they get in bulk.
As someone with naturally full lashes, I used to never wear false lashes at all— and it never inhibited me being recognized as a follower of this fashion sect. But here’s the thing. Lashes open up a whole new selection of looks when utilized properly. Said simply, no matter how amazing your natural lashes are (this is coming from someone who’s had girls ask her what brand/item number her REAL lashes are), you simply can’t achieve looks like these:
That being said, it’s about proper selection and application. I used to never rock lashes… now I feel naked without them.
It really sucks when something you paid full price for shows up for much cheaper, doesn’t it? Wouldn’t be surprised if they were part of the Sparkling Sale, too. Unfortunately, that’s the risk of paying full price; you’re guaranteed to have it, but you may miss an opportunity to pay much less for it. For this reason, I pretty much never pay full price. How about you?
This ring is ¥4725. It’s 925 silver. For anyone who’s tried to buy silver jewelry before domestically, you likely know that this price is ridiculously low. I’m not sure why exactly this is, but you can get loads of brand new silver jewelry in Japan for dirt cheap. Here are my favourite Japanese stores to get silver: