Hello everyone. Sorry to bother at this time.. but my friend Anika needs a little help.
Umm, if you have a Facebook account and have a little spare time.. all we need is a "Like" on my friend's Akame cosplay. She is in a competition right now. And every "Like" counts as a vote. Thank you. The contest is up to Feb 15 only. ^^
Well, as it is - just normal good things like my business reaching it's sales quota, a talent manager being satisfied with my writings for their group, cosplay photoshoots becoming a success, and the lost cat of my friend being found again. Things like that. I just thought maybe there is indeed a good catholic God out there. So converted again.
Well, you can reply to me in pm if you feel better talking about religious stuff in pm's. Would also like to hear some of your stories. )
Hello, and Happy New Year everyone. I hope you had a nice holiday season. ^^
And here is one last anime convention from the year 2015. I present to you the Christmas Toys and Collectibles Fair 2015. Please click the link if you want to see. ",)
If you liked someone, a comment on the thread is appreciated. desu :3
Uhumm.. and thinking it over. I think our cosplay group can go on for at least one more year. I'm thankful to Animesuki for being able to post pics here.
Uwuh,, thanks for the detailed description. Sounds delicious... O___O
I'll try if there's some mexican style fastfoods at the malls in my country. Got curious on what fajitas taste like. xD I'll try to see if our cosplay team would like to come along. None of us had eaten those kind of foods.
Hm, yeah, you might have never had Mexican food before since you live in the Philippines. Well, that day I got a burrito, which was a flour tortilla stuffed with black beans, Mexican rice (it is seasoned), with shredded beef, pico de gallo (it is similar to salsa), sour cream, and cheese. Another popular Mexican food is fajitas, which is chicken or steak cooked in a skillet with bell pepper and onion, and then served with warm flour tortilla, and you put the meat and veggies into the tortilla and then put other things on like sour cream or guacamole (a condiment made from avocados).
There are many things sold at Mexican restaurants, but typical of Mexican food is some meat and vegetables with some tortillas and then things added like cheese, sour cream, guacamole, pico de gallo, etc.
Sorry for the late late reply. Things got busy here.
Ohh, sounds delicious. Nothing like a happy time eating grilled foods with the family - it's one of the activities that I like to do. On family celebrations here, we grill the corn first, then the hotdogs, and the fish last (because it takes the longest to cook ><). :3
Hmm, and you seem close to your cousin as well. Just out of curiosity, what foods are served at the mexican restaurant?