Not much time recently, so I haven't been taking many photos lately, and even if I had, I sure don't have time to prep them for the site. Luckily I had some photos pre-preped from a week or so ago. I'm sure most people are sick of seeing picutres of Japan anyway, and would much rather see my eyeball.
I'm sure it will come up, so I'll mention it first. My eyelashes are long. I know. Usually I wear my glasses so most people don't mention it, but if I go out with contacts, I can count on at least one woman making some remark about them. (funny how men never seem to care).
The first word I learned when I got to Japan was "matsuge" which means "eyelash(es)". People kept looking at me and saying that word, so I ran out to buy a dictionary and find out what kind of terrible things they were saying to me.
Yes, I do curl them.
(no I don't)
Before you wish for them, you should know that they are a major pain in the bastish if you wear glasses. Either I keep my glasses perched on the very tip of my nose, or my eyelashes are constantly rubbing against them, and I am forever looking through dirt leneses.
Isn't today November 21? How come you're on 22? What in the world is a bastish? If you invented the word, that'll come out in the dictionary as a word invented by Kevin. You'll be famous. All the girls will want your autograph. They'll want to see more than just your blue eyes. All the guy bloggers will be jealous (especially Jeremy!).
See you tomorrow at the Ben and Mena Trott meeting!
actually, i was going to comment on the slight hint of a uni-brow...
I've been meaning to take care of that...
I get the long eyelash thing all the time too. Did you ever get it in the States? I didn't ever even think about it there, but since I've gotten here I get to hear very often how long my eyelashes are and how small my ears are.